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Canadian Alpine Journal


Near the base of this thin-bedded limestone the following species of fossils were found:

Micromitra, species undetermined.
Obolus mcconnelli (Walcott)
Micromitra (Iphidella) pannula (White)
Acrotreta (large)
Hyolithes, species undetermined.
Agnostus montis Matthew.
Agraulos, species undetermined.
Ptychoparia, species undetermined.
Zacanthoides, species undetermined.
Bathyuriscus, species undetermined.
Albertella, species undetermined.

2a. Massive bedded gray limestone, breaking down into thin layers on weathering 37 ft.
3a. Gray and greenish siliceous shale 47 ft.
3b. Gray oolitic limestone in layers, 6 in. to 2 ft. thick 4 ft. 6 in.
Fauna—Middle Cambrian.

Micromitra, species undetermined.
Nisusia alberta(?) Walcott.
Hyolithes, species undetermined.
Microdiscus, species undetermined.
Ptychoparia, species undetermined.

3c. Greenish siliceous shale 15 ft.
3d. Gray oolitic limestone 6 ft. 6 in.
3e. Gray, impure dolomitic limestone, compact, fine-grained and weathering buff and yellow 38 ft.
3f. Greenish siliceous shale 1 ft.
3g. Similar to 3e 52 ft.