|3.||Thin-bedded, compact, hard, dark, bluish-gray limestone, with a little interbedded gray, siliceous shale and a few beds of coarser gray limestone, 6 to 10 inches thick||52 ft.|
|Fauna (near the top)|
Acrothele colleni, new species.
|Fauna (near the base)|
|Micromitra (Paterina) labradorica (Billings) var.
Micromitra (Iphidella) pannula (White)
|4.||Brownish-gray, quartzitic sandstone in layers 2 to 4 inches thick||32 ft.|
Microdiscus, species undetermined.
|5.||Gray, siliceous shale||102 ft.|
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Mt. Stephen Rocks and Fossils