Item Number: SR33

Bryozoans of the order Trepostomata are probably the most numerous taxa of fossils in the Cincinnatian Series in southeastern Indiana in species and numbers. Recent reappraisal of these strata has revealed the complex facies relationships rather than the earlier presumed "layer-cake" geology. This complexity has prompted a new look at these fossils to determine exactly how they relate to these facies.

Brown, B. D., Jr., and Daly, E. J., 1985, Trepostome bryozoa from the Dillsboro Formation (Cincinnatian Series) of southeastern Indiana: Indiana Geological Survey Special Report 33, 95 p., 12 pls., 1 fig. doi: 10.5967/be7p-p337

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Keywords: paleontology, Dillsboro Formation, Ordovician, bryozoa

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