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Homotrypa sp. (streetsvillensis?)

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Homotrypa sp. (streetsvillensis?, Dyer, 1925)

Georgian Bay formation, late Ordovician.

Plate of unidentifiable bryozoa. Found as a loose specimen on an exposure on the Credit River at Streetsville, Mississauga, Ontario. Approximately 12 cm long and 10 cm wide. Comes from the Homotrypa streetsvillensis zone layer of fossiliferous limestone full of bryozoans. The layer is around 18 inches to 2 ft thick, as described by W.S. Dyer in his "Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the Credit River" on pg. 50.


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  • 4.2 mm
  • 1/30
  • f f/2.2
  • ISO 40
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