There is a huge variety of Brachiopods found on this site. Here are just a couple of the genera we found that day.
Abundant Lepidocyclus capax.
An occassional Eochonetes clarksvillensis (referrred to referred to Eoplectodonta clarksvillensis)
We had a fair number of clam finds. Here's a beautiful specimen below. It's
an internal mold, with some coloring remaining from the original shell.
I didn't see many cephalopods found that day, although they are out there.
Here's one found, encased in a slab.
Good numbers of horn corals were found. These fall into two groups. The larger ones that come to a point are probably Grewingkia (first pic) and the smaller ones that have a blunt end where they may have attached to a hard object, are Streptelasma.
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