Fish Fossils

Petalodont Tooth
Petalodus Tooth

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Invertebrate

Normal corallite (left) and scarred corallite (right) of "P. verticillatus" (Barbour) that shows where asexually reproduced clones have formed.
Normal corallite (left) and scarred corallite (right) of "P. verticillatus" (Barbour) that shows where asexually reproduced clones have formed.

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Crinoids Reference

Sac spine of a large Pirasocrinid
Sac spine of a large Pirasocrinid (crinoid) in the Beil Limestone, Cass County, Nebraska.

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Contacts

Matt Joeckel

Matt Joeckel

State Geologist and Associate Director of the Conservation and Survey Division

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