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- Object Name: Brachiopod
- Object Name: Fossil
- ObjectNumber: GL821
- Summary: A fossil brachiopod called Letagonia sp. which is Carboniferous in age.
- Description: An incomplete fossil brachiopod which has been identified as Letagonia sp.. The fossil is only the ventral valve of the specimen. It has been poorly preserved. Ribs can be seen beneath the brown fine grained matrix that is cemented across the surface of the specimen. This matrix also infills the valve. AR 26/07/2011
- Dimensions: 41mm x 31mm x 22mm
- Colour: Brown Grey
- Geological Complex:
- Letagonia sp.
- Associated Period:
- For more information contact: Wolverhampton Arts and Museums Service