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Amphibian (Branchiosaurus petrolei) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 288 million years old; Formation: Odernheim Schichten; Donated: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campell.
Amphibian (Branchiosaurus petrolei) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 288 million years old; Formation: Odernheim Schichten; Donated: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campell.
Bryozoa (Cryptostomata), limestone fragment Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Funston Limestone.
Chonetinella sp., 11 shells Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Grenola Limestone.
Chonetinella sp., isolated valve Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Winfield Formation.
Clam, one shell Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Grenola Limestone.
Composita aff. subtilita, three shells Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Grenola Limestone.
Composita ovata, shells Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Speiser Shale.
Composita sp., brachipods Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Winfield Formation.
Composita subtilita, articulated valves Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Funston Limestone.
Composita subtilita, four crushed specimens Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Speiser Shale.
Composita subtilita, six articulated specimens Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Topeka Limestone.
Composita trilobate, valves Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Funston Limestone.
Crinoid (Crinoidea spp.), 18 stem fragments Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Winfield Formation.
Crinoid (Crinoidea), incomplete calyx Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Winfield Formation.
Crinoid (Crinoidea), three calyx plates Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Winfield Formation.
Crinoid (Jimbacrinus bostoki) sea lily Bob Campbell Geology Museum 260 million years old; Formation: Cundlego Formation.
Crinoid, 11 partial stems Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Speiser Shale.
Crinoid, calyx plate Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Speiser Shale.
Crinoid, plates from crinoid calyx Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Funston Limestone.