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Description: IMLS Silurian Reef digitization Project 2013, image of specimenCreator: Paul S. Mayer : Field Museum of Natural History - Geology Department
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Description: The whole specimen of aSilurian halysitid coral from the Chicago area. Digitized for the 2013 IMLS Silurian Reef Digitization Project.(c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
Description: IMLS Silurian Reef digitization Project 2013, image of specimen(c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
Description: IMLS Silurian Reef digitization Project 2013, image of labelCatalog Number: PE 4276Taxonomic Name: PentamerusFM Catalog: Fossil InvertebratesObject Kind: Hand SpecimenPhylum: BrachiopodaClass: RhynchonellataOrder: PentameridaIdentified By: Nancy RobertsonPeriod: SilurianEarliest Age: NiagaranFormation: Racine Dolomite - Port Byron DolomiteCoordinates Available?: YesCountry: United States of AmericaState/Province/Territory: IllinoisCounty: CookTownship: ThorntonEMu IRN: 2381373Occurrence ID: 9f16ef30-7e99-4d82-894a-333d6b57c31a
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