- Family: Bivalve
- Species: Limopsis striatopunctatus
- Geological Age: Upper Cretaceous period, Fossil Hills formation, 145 to 66 million years ago.
- Location: Carson country, South Dakota, USA.
Limopsis striatopunctatus is an extinct species of bivalve, this fauna is fairly small in size, so much so that not much of the morphological features can be made out from observing the fossil specimens with the naked eye, these particular samples however, were found in the Fox hills formation which is Cretaceous in age. This bed is in Carson county in the state of Dakota, USA. The specimens available are approximately 1 cm in size and come supplied in a packet with an information label.