Biorbia fossilia

Catalog Number: PP 53603
Taxonomic Name: Biorbia fossilia
FM Catalog: Paleobotany
Phylum: Magnoliophyta
Family: Boraginaceae
Identified By: Dr. Joseph R. Thomasson
Period: Neogene
Earliest Epoch: Miocene
Earliest Age: Late Miocene
Formation: Ogallala
Lithology: Unit 7 is 4 to 4.5 meters thick and comprises sandstones, fi ne to coarse, poorly sorted, uncemented to irregularly and densely cemented; abundant white, pencil-thin and some larger (to 15 cm diameter) vertical, cylindrical concretions. Contains dark mine
Member: Ash Hollow
Bed: Unit 7
Coordinates Available?: No
Country: United States of America
State/Province/Territory: Nebraska
County: Garden
Township: Lewellen
Collector: J. R. Thomasson
EMu IRN: 2303559
Occurrence ID: d3904a9a-a10f-4cdf-b263-6ec55ffd33b0

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