Conchidium laqueatum (Conrad, 1855)
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Description: 3D image sequence of specimen UC 12329, a Silurian pentamerid brachiopod, Kirkidium, (Conchidium) laqueatum, from Delphi, Indiana. Grainger Digitization Project 2013, IMLS Silurian Reef digitization Project 2013. Use Firefox to view.(c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
Description: Image of specimen UC 12329, a Silurian pentamerid brachiopod, Kirkidium, (Conchidium) laqueatum, from Delphi, Indiana. Grainger Digitization Project 2013, IMLS Silurian Reef digitization Project 2013.Catalog Number: UC 12329Taxonomic Name: Conchidium laqueatum (Conrad, 1855)FM Catalog: Fossil InvertebratesObject Kind: Hand SpecimenLot count: 5Phylum: BrachiopodaClass: RhynchonellataOrder: PentameridaFamily: SubrianidaePeriod: SilurianCoordinates Available?: NoCountry: United States of AmericaState/Province/Territory: IndianaCounty: CarrollTownship: DelphiEMu IRN: 2239371Occurrence ID: 2ee0dc95-01b9-4060-9c33-35f9db328fda
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