This is a 3-dimensional specimen of the Ordovician jellyfish, Conularia. It was found in the Corryville formation of Northern Kentucky. It was found by Bill Heimbrock.

Pictures of other Conularia Fossils

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Conularia Photos From Other Websites:
Union College Geology Dept

University of Georgia Stratigraphy Lab

Paleontology and Geology of Missouri

Eastern Missouri Society of Paleontology

Univ of California at Berkeley Museum of Paleontology

Midsection Paleonics

From the Kentucky Paleontological Society (

  • Uncrushed Conularia, encrusted and preserved by bryozoan, Ordovician, Maysville to Vanceburg Field Trip

  • Conularia sp., counterpart, from the Logana Mbr., Lexington Ls., Frankfort Field Trip.

  • Conularia, Borden Fm. (Mississippian), Louisville Field Trip

  • Conularia sp., three dimensional, Clays Ferry Fm., Frankfort Field Trip

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