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Sorry guys I'm back with more Brachiopods.  Usually the ones I find are embedded in matrix but these are nice ones, found near the Whitewater River.  I've been going thru my ID book and wonder if my stab at identification is right or wrong, I learn either way.  Once again thanks again for your help!

 

Using the fourth photo with the shells right side up and with a ruler.  Top left and middle are they Rafinesquina?  Top right is that Holtedahlina?  Bottom left Platystrophia?  Bottom right Plaesiomys?

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Recker

Thank you so much!!

 

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westcoast

Very nice brachiopods!

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Recker
21 minutes ago, westcoast said:

Very nice brachiopods!

Thank you!!  I usually find those stuck in rock but these were loose.

 

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Tidgy's Dad

Yum Yum! :)

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