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Conularia formosa (Miller & Dyer, 1878). Found in limestone at Mimico Creek, Toronto. Late Ordovician, Georgian Bay formation. Species unknown. Negative cast. There are pelycopod molds surrounding the specimen.
Note: I was talking to David Rudkin (Assistant Curator, Invertebrate Paleontology) at the ROM rock clinic on Dec. 10, 2015 and showed him the specimens of Conularia and he pointed out that the species that can found in the Georgian Bay formation is C. formosa.


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Urban Fossils of Toronto (Georgian Bay Formation, Lower Member)

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Really nice, well preserved one. Excellent find! I'm always on the lookout for those but I've only found two in the past four years.

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