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USA Brachiopoda ID

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 Dear USA Brachiopoda enthusiasts,

Could you see these images please? What is your expert idea about ID? 
I know that could be difficult from images. Thank you for any help you can offer.IMG_0250.thumb.JPG.68cdabdfd5ca490a47cbee15432bf8d0.JPG

 

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Ricardo
 

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20 minutes ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

The top one looks like Doleroides parvetus ? .

Number three Strophomena plattinensis.

Four : Pionodema conradi.

Seven and eight : Hesperorthis tricenaria. 

 

 

2 minutes ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

Cedar Valley : 

Number two : Spinocyrtia sp.

Nine : Don't know.

Ten : Platyrachella sp

 

 

Adam, many thanks! :dinothumb:

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abyssunder

good work! :)

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