Heterocoelia sphaerica King, 1933

Catalog Number: UC 37794
Taxonomic Name: Heterocoelia sphaerica King, 1933
FM Catalog: Fossil Invertebrates
Phylum: Porifera
Class: Demospongea
Order: Agelasida
Period: Pennsylvanian
Formation: Brownwood Shale
Lithology: A yellow sandy limestone approximately 1 foot thick between beds of yellow clays, the entire section being about 20 feet in thickness. This exposure lies in the Brownwood shale from about 35 to 55 feet below the Rock Hill limestone of the Graford formatio
Coordinates Available?: No
EMu IRN: 2267552
Occurrence ID: a3a6fd69-30e4-4e62-9a34-5a3968938572

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