Outcrops Of The Middle Ordovician Badger Flat Limestone

A view roughly southward from the vicinity of Mazourka Canyon to outcrops of the fossiliferous middle Ordovician Badger Flat Limestone, which produces several varieties of invertebrate animals, including: brachiopods; gastropods; conodonts (seen only in the insoluble residues of a diluted acid bath); cephalopods; sponges; and cystoid echinoderms.

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