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Limestone Crowded by Crinoid Stem Fragments

Limestone crowded by crinoid stem fragments and illustrations of other fossils that may be found. Brachiopods (left), trilobites (right), and corals (rugose coral on photo in center) are common.

Limestone Crowded by Crinoid Stem fragments and Illustrations of other Fossils.
Located in Niagara County
Image Courtesy of Jorg Maletz


Type: Private.

Features: Medina Group-Whirlpool Sandstone; Power Glen Shale;
Devils Hole Sandstone; Grimsby Formation; Thorold Sanstone; Clinton Group; Fossils.
Brachiopods (left), trilobites (right), and corals (rugose coral on photo in center) are common.

Feature Type: Stratigraphic.

Reference: NYS Geological Association Field Trip Guidebook, 71st Annual Meeting 1999;
Silurian-Early Devonian Sequence Stratigraphy, Events, and Paleoenvironments of Western New York and Ontario, Canada.
For Online Reference Please visit: - www.nysga.net/Guidebooks.html.

Quadrangle: Lewiston.

Reason for Designation: Unique.