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LIST OF NIAGARA FOSSILS FROM WALDRON, INDIANA, ARRANGED IN

TABLE CASES IN THE STATE MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY. SEP

TEMBER, 1882: Species.

1. Buthrotrephis gracilis var. crassa, H. (typical)............ 2. Receptaculites subturbinatus, Hall ...

" sacculus (type specimen)............... 4. Astylospongia præmorsa, Goldf............. 5. Deudrograptus (s. g. Chaunograptus) novellus H. (type 6. Streptelasma (Duncanella) boreale, Nich. 7. Aulopora precius, Hall................. 8. Streptelasma radicans, Hall............. 9. Zaphrentis celator, Hall ..... 10. Favosites Forbesi, var. occidentalis, Hall.....

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- small cells). ..... 14.

“ (typical) incipient growth of a colony on Meristella nitida ....... 15. Favosites Forbesi var, occidentalis, Hall (typical), cell-tubes

elongate and a very extended epitheca...... 16. Favosites Forbesi var. occidentalis, Hall (typical), pyriform

specimen ..................... 17. Favosites Forbesi var. occidentalis, Hall, attached to crin

oid stems.............:: :::::::::::::::........... 18. Favosites Forbesi var. occidentalis, Hall, double carallum... 66 «

“ epitheca decorticated, 20. 66 66 66

“ (typical), showing opercula to the cells...... 21. Favosites Forbesi var. occidentalis, Hall, with cell-tubes ex

posed... 22. Favosites Forbesi var. occidentalis, Hall, longitudinal section, 23. 66 66 66 6

66 transverse section... 24. Lichenalia concentrica, Hall, large specimen (typical) ..... 26.

" poriferous side .............. 28.

56 - var. maculata, poriferous side.. 29. Saccocrinus Christyi, Hall (two figured specimens, typical). 30. Lyriocrinus Melissa, Hall (one type specimen)......

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Examples. 31. Eucalyptocrinus crassus, Hall, series from young to mature

individuals...... 31. Eucalyptocrinus crassus, Hall, arms, calyx and a portion of

the column ....... 32. Eucalyptocrinus crassus, Hall, elongate forms of calices....

" three heads lying bedded in the shale parallel and side by side......... 34. Eucalyptocrinus ovalis, Troost., showing variation in size.. 35. to constrictus, Hall (type)................ 36. Roots of Eucalyptocrinus... 34. 66 66

66 . 38. Eucalyptocrinus cælatus, Hall, series showing variation in

size and form........................................ 13 39. Eucalyptocrinus cælatus -- typical, a very fine specimen con

sisting of the body with the arms and a portion of the col-
umn. The column and roots have been extended and re-
stored from other individuals so that the entire size and

appearance of a perfect specimen is produced ............

(Placed in a wall-case on account of the size of the specimen.) 40. Niagara shale, with Eucalyptocrinus cælatus (3), Eucalypto

crinus ovalis (1), Eucalyptocrinus crassus (1), Eucalypto-
crinus column, with attached Favosites (1), Spirifera radi-
ata (3), Rynchonella Indianensis (2), Spirifera crispa var.
(1), Rhynchotreta cuneata (1), Streptelasma (Duncanella)
boreale (1), Favosites Forbesi, var. occidentalis (1), Tre-

matoporo echinata (1), Trematopora osculum (1)........ 41. Lecanocrinus pusillus, Hall (1 type specimen), and series

showing form and variation...... 42. Ichthyocrinus subangularis, Hall (2 type specimens). ...... 43. Poteriocrinus ? calyx, Hall (type). ........ 44. Dendocrinus ancilla, Hall (type)............. 45. Macroslytocrinus striatus, Hall ....... 46.

var. granulosus (types of var.).

“ fasciatus, Hall (typical)...... 48. Cyathocrinus Polyxo, Hall........... 49. Stephanocrinus gemmiformis, Hall.

•*;:;:...ccccccccccccccccc. 50. Codaster (Stephanocrinus ?) pulchellus, Miller & Dyer

(typical)............................................ 51. Codaster pentalobus, Hall (type)......... 52. Slab with Eucalyptocrinus crassus, Lyriocrinus Melissa,

Favosites Forbesi, var. occidentalis..................... 53. Shale, with Saccorinus Cristyi, bearing the impressions of

segments of a crinoid column, Eucalyptocrinus crassus,

Hall ............................ 54. Cyathocrinus nucleus, Hall (typical). ............ 55. Glyptocrinus Carleyi, Hall (typical) ............ 56. Eucalyptocrinus crassus, longitudinal section

transverse sections..... 58. Ampheristocrinus typus, Hall (types)........... 59. Pterinea brisa, Hall, typical ...... 60. Ambonychia acutirostra, Hall.........

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Examples 61. Goniophora speciosa, Hall, type. ....... 62. Conularia infrequens, type. . . 63. Strophostylus cyclostomus, Hall, a series from small to large

individuals.............. 64. Strophostylus cyclostomus, Hall, showing columella....... 65. 66

“ var. with elevated spire... 66. Platystoma Niagarense, Hall, a series showing gradation in

size ............................................... 10 67. Platystoma Niagarense, Hall, showing form of aperture.... 68.

66 « var. with last volution free for a portion of its extent................... 69. Two slabs containing Platystoma Niagarense.. 70. Platystoma plebeium, Hall ..... 71. Cyrtolites sinuosus, Hall ........ 72. Orthoceras annulatum, Sow., typical.......... 7:3.

typical longitudinal section.

bedded in shale..... 76.

compressed specimen....... 77.

small specimen...... medullare, Hall, longitudinal section...

simulator, Hall, typical.......
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81. Trochoceras Waldrenense, Hall ............
82. Orthoceras Amycus, Hall (type). .......
83. Nautilus Oceanus ...................
84. Crania Siluriana, Hall; three specimens on Eucalytocrinus

crassus, one specimen on Platystoma Niagarense, two
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......... 4 85. Strophemena rhomboidalis, Wilc., seven specimens showing

exterior form, three specimens showing muscular markings

on interior of valves... 86. Strophodonta striata, Hall..... 87. Meristina Maria, Hall, series showing gradation in form and size...................

...... 88. Meristina nitida, a series showing gradation in form and size, 89. Strophodonta profunda (typical).... 90. Streptorhynchus tenuis, Hall............ 91. Rhynchonella Stricklandi, in series... 92.

Whitii, in series. .......

acinus, in series....... 66 neglecta, in series, 1 type of var. 95.

Indianensis, in series, 3 types of var. 96. Meristella rectirostra, Hall (types). ................. 97. Leptaena transversalis, Wahl...... 98. Rynchonella Stricklandi with Favosites Forbesi, var. occi

dentalis, Hall......... 99. Spirifera radiata with Platystoma Niagarense..... 100. Spirifera radiata, Sowerby, in series.... 101. .66 eudora, Hal).... 102.

crispa, Hisinger, in series....... 103.

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Examples. 104. Pentamerus fornicatus var. H. Type of var.............. 1 105. Anastrophia internascens, Hall, in series....... .... 15 106. Rhynchotreta cuneata var. Americana, Hall, types of var. in

series...... ................ 107. Small shells washed from the soft shales. ... 108. Eichwaldia reticulata, Hall...... 109. Chonetes Nova Scotica, Hall... 110. Slab with Rhynchonella Whitii, Rhynchonella Indianensis,

Platystoma Niagarense ...., 111. Cornulites proprius, Hall, on Spirifera radiata ... 112.

" on Trematopora osculum....... 113.

66 66 66 on Rhynchonella Stricklandi, a

type............. 114. Cornulites proprius, Hall, on various objects, 1 type specimen on trematopora......................

... 115. Cornulites proprius, Hall, on Platystoma Niagarense, a type. 116.

" apices on gasteropods.. 117.

66 oo " Meristina. ....... 118.

or separate tubes.......... 119. Dalmanites verrucosus, Hall, series of heads ..... 120.

66 tails ...... 121. Slab with Dalmanites verrucosus (tail), Strophodonta striata,

Trematopora osculum...... 122. Lichas breviceps, Hall, thorax and tail.......

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Sie Dimonitor 125. Slab with Dalmanites vigilans (heads) five, Dalmanites vigi

lans with cornulites, one ; Lichas breviceps (head), one ;
Cyphaspis Christyi (heads), two; Streptorhynchus sub-
plana, one; Lichenalia concentrica, one, Trematopora
spiculata, one; Trematopora subimbricata, one ; Tremato-

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126. Calymene Niagarensis, Hall......
127. Cyphaspis Christyi, Hall................................
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" and hypostoma of Lichas Boltoni var occidentalis.... 130. Dalmanites vigilans, Hall, entire specimen typical. ... 131.

" head. ....... 132.

bicornis, Hall, frontal margin...... 133.

verrucosus, Hall, frontal margin 134. Homalonotus delphinocephalus, Green....... 13:1. Illanus (Bumastus) Ioxus, Hall (typical) glabella...... 136. 06

66 66 66 66 tail.. 137. « armatus, Hall (1 typical) 2 glabellas, 1 pygidium.. 138. Lichas Boltoni (Bigsby) var. occidentalis, Hall, glabella and hypostoma ....................

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Making altogether eighty-two species which are represented in more than six hundred and twenty examples.

The Bryozoans not arranged in the cases at the Museum occupy fifteen drawers. This collection includes the type specimens of all the new species described in volume X of the Transactions of the Albany Institute, and also the specimens used in describing the species figured in the documentary edition of the Twenty-eighth Report.

The following list includes specimens mostly from other classes which have been selected and prepared for the collections, but for which there is no space to arrange them in the cases at the Museum : Fucoids ......

1 Sponges..... Favorites spinigerus...

Forbesi, var. occidentalis..
Streptelasma.....
Chætetes........
Lichenalia ............
Ceramopora..........
Slabs of Brachiopoda.
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Nucleospira pisiformis...
Crania setigera. .......
Miscellaneous ....
Alrypa reticularis.
Retzia evax.........
Orthis biloba......
Tripilesia putillus (types)...
Pholidops ovalis ....
Zygospira minima (type)....
Lingula gibbosa (types)......
Colospira disparilis .......
Streptorhynchus suhplana...
Strophodonta striata....
Chonetes .......
Spirifera bicostata var. petita (types of var.)...
Lamellibranchiata (1 type). ......
Gasteropoda...................
Cornulites...........
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The entire collection is represented in more than 1,019 examples.

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