The Brachiopod genus Composita was existent from 376 to 252 million years ago. Like a large majority of genus that I collect, the Permian-Triassic Extinction event caused them to go extinct. This specimen was collected in April of 2019 was identified early on by J. Harper, a trusted expert inRead More →

Linoproductus was first described by Chao in 1927. It went extinct during the Permian / Triassic Extinction event 252 million years ago. More Reading About Linoproductus Online Taxon Page – FossilworksRead More →

Spines in Brachiopods rarely survive in the local rocks. While I believe I have found a few already separated, I rarely see one actually embedded on the shell. I found the 1mm long spine on this Brachiopod specimen I brought back this evening after freeing it from float limestone withinRead More →