Conodonta

  • UC 552 A Label
    Photographer: Mane Pritza : Field Museum of Natural History - Geology
    (c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
    Description: 2019 IMLS Ordovician Digitization Project. Arabellites label
  • UC 552 A acu
    Photographer: Mane Pritza : Field Museum of Natural History - Geology
    (c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
    Description: 2019 IMLS Ordovician Digitization Project. Arabellites fossil
  • UC 552 A an
    Photographer: Mane Pritza : Field Museum of Natural History - Geology
    (c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
    Description: 2019 IMLS Ordovician Digitization Project. Arabellites fossil
Catalog Number: UC 552 A
Taxonomic Name: Conodonta
FM Catalog: Fossil Invertebrates
Object Kind: Hand Specimen
Lot count: 1
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Conodonta
Period: Ordovician
Earliest Epoch: Late Ordovician
Earliest Age: Cincinnatian
Morphology: Specimen in matrix
Coordinates Available?: No
Country: United States of America
State/Province/Territory: Ohio
County: Warren
EMu IRN: 4087330
Occurrence ID: 86725cb3-c211-49f4-81b3-59ce617c0735

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