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First found by members of the newly formed Lancaster County Fossil and Mineral Club earlier this year, theis new West York Pa Kinzers shale site has proved to be the most prolific site ever recorded since Dr. Walcott and Dr. Wanner - namesake of the Olenellus Wanneria - were traipsing all around York and Lancaster Counties back over 100 years ago. I, myself have found 120 complete specimens of mostly Thompsonai in just 3 months. Wannerias also, are popping out. Sizes here are mostly 2-inchers to larva stage... many are 1-inchers, but, all are tip-to-tailers - some with tailspines. There has never been anything like this site before and I have collected at every site since the late 1970s. Incredible! Christopher L. Haefner silverfordinc <at> yahoo.com President, Lancaster County Fossil and Mineral Club