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Slab Of Little Ripples Marks

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Little ripple marks caused by the gentle currents on the shallow late Ordovician sea floor of Toronto. Georgian Bay formation, Humber member(?), Humber River area, Toronto, Ontario. Limestone slab, the coin is a quarter at the bottom for scale. Hmm, I'm beginning to decide if I should have taken this home with me today. Also at the bottom are two clam negative casts: a Whiteavesia and a Modiolopsis.


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Taken with SK communications Cymera

  • 3.7 mm
  • 1/846
  • f f/2.6
  • ISO 80
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