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Canadian Alpine Journal
HYOLITHES CARINATUS Matthew
Fig. 10. Shell as it appears flattened in the shale.
Fig. 10a. Operculum that covered the opening of the shell.
ORTHOTHECA MAJOR, new species.
Fig. 11. This is a thin shell compressed in the shale.
ORTHOTHECA CORRUGATA Matthew
Fig. 12. Portion of a flattened tube.
PLATYCERAS (?) BELLIANUS, new species.
Fig. 13. Side view of shell flattened in the shale. (Very rare).
DESCRIPTION OF PLATE II.
OLENELLUS GILBERTI Meek
Fig. I. Introduced to show the character ot the trilobites which occur in fragments at the tunnel near the north base of Mount Stephen.
ANOMOLOCARIS (?) WHITEAVESI, new species.
Figs. 2 and 2a. Broken and compressed specimens of the carapace.
Figs. 6 and 6a. Abdominal segments tentatively referred to this species.
Fig. 4. A caudal segment, probably of this species.
ANOMOLOCARIS CANADENSIS Whiteaves
Fig. 3. Carapace referred to this species. This is the most abundant form of carapace.