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- Object Name: Brachiopod
- Object Name: Fossil
- ObjectNumber: GL830
- Summary: A fossil Overtonia fimbriata brachiopod from the Pennines.
- Description: This grey coloured brachiopod has been identified as a Overtonia fimbriata. The dorsal valve is almost complete, fine ribs and growth lines can be seen on the surface. On the underside calcite crystals can be seen. CB 16/6/11
- Inscription: Original label (white, oblong, black margin) on specimen `Productus Fimbriatus, High Wheelden'.
- Geological Complex:
- Overtonia fimbriata
- Associated Period:
- Carboniferous - Mississippian - Dinantian
- For more information contact: Wolverhampton Arts and Museums Service