1205-middle (Carboniferous of the United States)

Where: Bonneville, Madison, Teton County, Idaho (43.7° N, 111.3° W: paleocoordinates 1.0° S, 44.2° W)

When: Lodgepole Limestone Formation, Mississippian (358.9 - 323.2 Ma)

• Fossil found in top 100 feet of the formation.

Environment/lithology: marine; lithified, fine-grained, gray, blue, silty limestone

• Limestone, blue-gray (weathers somewhat whitish gray), mainly fine grained; beds 2-6 in. thick; a little silt along some bedding planes. A few coarse-grained beds made up of fossil debris.

Size classes: macrofossils, mesofossils

Primary reference: M. H. Staatz and H. F. Albee. 1966. Geology of the Garns Mountain Quadrangle Bonneville, Madison, and Teton Counties, Idaho. United States Geological Survey Bulletin (1205) [A. Zaffos/E. Ito]more details

Purpose of describing collection: biostratigraphic analysis

PaleoDB collection 184607: authorized by Andrew Zaffos, entered by Erika Ito on 13.03.2017

Creative Commons license: CC BY (attribution)

Taxonomic list

Strophomenata
 Productida - Productidae
"Dictyoclostus" sp.
aff. "D." burlingtonensis
 Productida - Chonetidae
Chonetes sp. Fischer de Waldheim 1830
cf. C. loganensis
 Orthotetida -
Orthotetida indet. Waagen 1884
 Orthotetida - Schuchertellidae
Schuchertella sp. Girty 1904
Rhynchonellata
 Spiriferinida - Punctospiriferidae
Punctospirifer sp. North 1920
 Spiriferida - Spiriferidae
Spirifer sp. Sowerby 1818
 Spiriferida - Elythidae
Torynifer sp.
cf. T. cooperensis
Gastropoda
 Euomphalina - Platyceratidae
Platyceras sp. Conrad 1840 snail
Bryozoa
  -
Bryozoa indet. Ehrenberg 1831
Stenolaemata
 Fenestrida - Fenestellidae
Fenestella sp. Lonsdale 1839
unclassified
  -
Anthozoa
 Rugosa -
Rugosa indet. horn coral
 Stauriida - Zaphrentoididae
Homalophyllites sp. Easton 1944 horn coral
 Stauriida - Petalaxidae
Lithostrotionella sp. Yabe and Hayasaka 1915 horn coral