In the driftless areas of Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin I find many Orthocone Cephalopods. Each one seems to have its unique way of being preserved, some as an outer shell, others with their internal anatomy showing. A few weeks ago Raggedy Man posted a cephalopod that looked to be a siphuncle to me. Bev on the otherhand thought it was a phragmocone. No experts chimed in so a conclusion was not determined. That following weekend, I did a little collecting in Iowa. The trip was highlighted with