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As usual, the most common trilobite found was Flexicalymene. Here's a tiny,
but nice, prone Flexi!
Most were enrolled.
There were several exceptional crinoids found that day. The one below was pieced back together from two rocks and a four-rock assembly showed several crinoids. The crinoids shown below appear to be Ectenocrinus simplex.
Another member, who remains nameless but is our treasurer, displayed three
crinoid calyxes. These, too, are Ectenocrinus simplex.
Many of the crinoids were found in "log jams", large assemblages of
articulated stems and occasional calyxes. The one below has two calyxes while
the picture after that shows only stems.
Most often, though, rocks with individual long stems without calyxes were
found (two below).
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T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S
Page 1: Site Pics and Collecting Pics
Page 2: Fossils Found: Cephalopods
Page 3: Fossils Found: Trilobites and Crinoids
Page 4: Fossils Found: Bryozoans
Page 5: Fossils Found: Other Fossils Found
Photos from the Last Visit to this site: October 2002
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