Schizophoria Iowensis

Schizophoria Iowensis Brachiopod Fossil
Schizophoria Iowensis
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  • Family: Brachiopod
  • Species: Schizophoria iowensis
  • Geological Age: Devonian period, Lime Creek formation, 419 – 358 million years ago
  • Location: Rockford, Iowa, USA.



Schizophoria iowensis is an extinct species of brachiopod which lived during the Devonian period, they are between 419 – 358 million years ago and were found in Rockford, Iowa, USA. The specimens are from the famous Lime Creek formation, a series of strata which produces excellent quality Devonian fossil specimens. These fossils are well known for the way their shell tapers towards the edges, they have been prepped and cleaned, so are free of matrix and features such as the hinge and ribbing can clearly be seen. Supplied in a packet with an information labe, they vary in size between 2 to 3 cml.

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