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Authors: Karl, Susan M. , Blodgett, Robert B. , Labay, Keith A. , Box, Stephen , Bradley, Dwight W. , Miller, Marti L. , Wallace, Wesley K. , Baichtal, James
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Date: /2011
Title: Fossil locations and data for the Taylor Mountains, and parts of the Bethel, Goodnews, and Dillingham quadrangles, southwestern Alaska.
2011-1065 , , 2,
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05AM235A , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.9311; Long. -158.8491 gray chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Radiolarians: Spumellaria
05AM235B , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.9311, Long. 158.8491 red chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Capnodoce sp.
Hagiastrum sp.
fragment of Pseudoheliodiscus sp.
05AM235C , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.9311; Long. 158.8491 green siliceous mudstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Monotis (Pacimonotis) subcircularis Gabb, 1864
05Dw143B , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.8749, Long. 158.8534 limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Radiolarians: Spumellaria
ichthyoliths
05Dw31A , Talkeetna Mts , Lat. 60.8654; Long. 158.7406 red manganiferous chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Radiolarians: Spumellaria
05ADw37B , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.8878, Long. 158.6816 chalky olive siliceous siltstone float (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Archaeocenosphaera sp.
Praeconocaryomma sp.
Praeparvicingula sp.
05AM132B , Talkeetna Mts , Lat. 60.8684, Long. 158.6700 limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
silicerous debris
05AM242A , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.8047, Long. 158.8746 gray-brown siltsone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
inoceramis shell fragments
59ASn129b (USGS Mesozoic loc. M796) , Taylor Mts , Near top of ridge on northeast facing slope southwest of Cinnabar Creek. Near top of volcanic and clastic unit of Gemuk Group. (description from E&R report); [Lat. 60.7865, Long. 158.8944 volcaniclastic (description from Karl et al., 2011; includes both locs. 59ASn129b and 129c]
Halobia resembling H. ornatissima Smith, 1927
terebratuloid
spiriferid (Psioidea? sp.)
05AM252A , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.7796, Long. 158.9849 green chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Canoptum sp.
Sarla sp. aff. S. vetusta Pessagno
Multicyrtid Nassellaria sp.
05AM251B , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.7790, Long. 158.9862 chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Capnodoce sp.?
Multicytrid Nassellaria
Sponges: spicules
04ADw46A , Taylor Mts , Gemuk Group: In sedimentary section of mostly argillite between pillow basal flows. Partly silicified limestone containing a few siliciclastic grains. Limestone bed is ~15 cm thick and represents a single event; interbedded with argillite. Taylor Mountains D-8 60 deg. 46.63'/158 deg. 52.81' (From Harris E&R report); [Lat. 60.7754, Long. 158.8802 limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Monotis?
smooth conical ichthyoliths
04Dw45C (Mesozoic loc. 35055) , Taylor Mts , Limestone from a well-defined band of limestone rubble in saddle between pillow basalt flows. This is from the Gemuk Group a few tens of meters higher in the section than 04ADw64A. Taylor Mountains D-8 quad.; 60 deg. 46.45'/ 158 deg. 52.63' (from Harris E&R Report); [Lat. 60.7724, Long. 158.8772 limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Metapolygnathus polygnathiformis
smooth conical ichthyoliths
04AM52B , Taylor Mts , Saddle containing chert rubble mixed with other sedimentary rubble. Chert black, green and gray in color. Green with visible radiolarians. (description letter from Pessagno to Miller); [Lat. 60.7728, Long. 158.8710 green chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Radiolarians: Spumellaria
04AM53A , Taylor Mts , Chert rubble from between volcanic flows. Chert ranges in color from gray to black, some green. Visible radiolarians. (description from letter of Pessago to M. Miller); [Lat. 60.7735, Long. 158.8635 green chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Capnodoce sp.
Canoptum farawayense Blome
Canoptum aff. C. laxum Blome
Radiolarians: Spumellaria with Triassic-like spines
Sponges: spicules
43ACa28 (Mesozoic loc. 19409) , Taylor Mts , W.M. Cady, 1943. Seven and one-half miles south of Flat Top Mountain, on hill slope west of Cinnabar Creek, about 2 miles west of mouth of creek. Float fragments from burrow, containing Halobia sp. indet., Myophoria aff. M. vestita Albert, and Mysidioptera? sp.; from Upper Triassic.; [Lat. 60.7665, Long. 158.8569 siltstone (description from Karl et al., 2011]
Halobia sp. indet.
Myophoria aff. M. vestita Albert
Mysidioptera? sp.
04Dw47C , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.7746, Long. 158.8281 black chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Capnodoce sp.
Spumellaria
Sponges: spicules
43ACa39 (Mesozoic loc. 18927) , Taylor Mts , W.M. Cady, 1943. Seven miles south of Flat Top Mountain, crest of spur of ridge east of Cinnabar Creek, about 1 mile northwest of mouth of creek. Coquina of Monotis subcircularis (Gabb); from upper Triassic, "Noric stage". (description from Cady et al., 1955); Silberling et al., 1997, p. 18 provide following description: "Kuskokwim Mountains, southwestern Alaska; 34 miles S. 73 deg. W. of Kashegelok on crest of spur of ridge east of Cinnabar Creek at a point about 1 miles N. 60 deg. W. of the mouth of the creek. Coll.: W.M. Cady, 1943, field No. 43ACa39 [Taylor Mountain 1:250,000 quadrangle; Togiak terrane]; [Lat. 60.7700, Long. 158.8127 coquina-siltstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Monotis subcircularis (Gabb)
05AM214B , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.9701, Long. 158.4531 sandstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Plant debris
05ADw41D , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.9776, Long. 157.6847 sandstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Inoceramus hobetsensis Nagao and Matsumoto?
43ACa99 (Mesozoic loc. 18926) , Taylor Mts , W.M. Cady, 1943. Cut-bank on east side of Holitna River, 3 miles south of Nagamut; point where river first strikes "Nogamut Hill." [Elder and Miller, 1991, p. 26 give following locality description: "Taylor Mountains (D-5) 1:63,360 quadrangle. Holitna River north of Kiknik Creek. Elevation 300 ft (91 m). Latitude: 60 deg. 58.10' N; Longitude: 157 deg. 35.70' W; Township: 10N; Range: 47W; Section 7; NW/NE quarter; Collector: W.M. Cady, 1943. Field Identifier: 43ACa99."]; [USGS Mesozoic Locality: 18926. Alaska, Taylor Mountains (D-5) 1:63360 quadrangle. Holitna River north of Kiknik Creek. Elevation 300 ft (91 m). NEI/4, NW/4, sec. 7, T10N, R47W. Collector: W. M. Cady, 1943. Field Identifier: 43ACa99. (description from Elder and Box, 1992, p. 38).]; [Lat. 60.9729, Long. 157.6789 sandstone-argillite (description from Karl et al., 2011]
Inoceramus cf. I. reachensis Etheridge
Ostrea sp.
Scaphites cf. S. puerculus Jimbo
Scaphites inermis Anderson
44ACa16 (Mesozoic loc. 19394) , Taylor Mts , Lower northwest slopes of Taylor Mountains, 6 1/2 miles southeast of Nogamut and 12 1/2 miles northest of Kashegelok; crest of spur. [Elder and Miller, 1991, p. 26, provide following locality description: "Taylor Mountains (D-5) 1:63,360 quadrangle. Lower NW slopes of Taylor Mountains. Elevation 1500 ft (457 m). Latitude 60 deg. 58.05' N; Longitude: 157 deg. 31.05' W; Township: 10N; Range: 46W; Section 7; SW quarter; Collector: W.M. Cady, 1944. Field Identifier: 44ACa16."]; [Lat. 60.9671, Long. 157.5175 sandstone-argillite (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Inoceramus sp.
44ACa22 (Mesozoic loc. 19395A) , Taylor Mts , W.M. Cady, 1944. Lower northwestern slopes of Taylor Mountains, 6 1/2 miles southeast of Nogamut and 12 1/2 miles northeast of Kashegelok; outcrop near creek (same locality as collection 44ACa23). (description from Cady et al., 1955, p. 46); [Lat. 60.9671, Long. 157.5175 sandstone-argillite (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Inoceramus sp.
44ACa23 , Taylor Mts , W.M. Cady, 1944. Lower northwestern slopes of Taylor Mountains, 6 1/2 miles southeast of Nogamut and 12 1/2 miles northeast of Kashegelok; outcrop near creek. [Elder and Miller, 1991, p. 27, provide following locality description: "Taylor Mountains (D-5) 1:63,360 quadrangle. Lower NW slopes of Taylor Mountains. Elevation 1500 ft (457 m). Latitude: 60 deg. 58.05' N; Longitude: 157 deg. 31.05 W; Township: 10N; Range: 46W; Section 7, SW quarter; Collector: W.M. Cady, 1944. Field Identifier: 44ACa23."]; [Lat. 60.9671, Long. 157.5175 sandstone-argillite (description from Karl et al., 2011(
wood or bark imprints and fragments, indet.
44AHr4b (Mesozoic loc. 19395B) , Taylor Mts , J.M. Hoare, 1944. Hills between Nogamut and Taylor Mountains, 4 1/2 miles southeast of Nogamut and 10 1/2 miles northeast of Kashegelok; crest of ridge. [Elder and Miller, 1991, p. 27, give the following locality description: "Taylor Mountains (D-5) 1:63,360. Lower NW slopes of Taylor Mountains. Elevation 1500 ft. (457 m). Latitude: 60 deg. 58.05' N; Longitude: 57 deg. 31.05' W; Township: 10N; Range: 46 W; Section 7; SW quarter; Collector: J. Hoare, 1944. Field Identifier: 44AHr4."]; USGS Mesozoic loc. 19395b. East of Holitna River, 4 1/2 miles S. 42° E. of Nagamut, Kuskokwim region, southwest Alaska. Inoceramus cf. I. ambiguus Eichwald. (description from Imlay and Detterman, 1973, p. 24); [USGS Mes. Cat.: 19395B. Orig. no. 44AHr4. Upper Cretaceous. 53 miles S. 15° W. of Sleitmut; 4 1/2 miles S. 42° E. of Nogamiut, Aniak-Hoholitna dist., S.W. Alaska. Coll. J.M. Hoare for W.M. Cady, 1944]; [USGS Mesozoic Locality: 19395. Alaska, Taylor Mountains (D-5) 1:63360 quadrangle. Lower northwestern slopes of Taylor Mountains. Elevation 1,500 ft (457 m). Latitude: 60°58.05'N, longitude: 157°31.05'W. SW1/4, sec. 7, T10N, R46W. Collector: J. Hoare, 1944. Field Identifier: 44AHr4. (description from Elder and Box, 1992, p. 38). [USGS Mesozoic Catalogue gives this: 19395B. Orig. no. 44AHr4. Upper Cretaceous. 53 miles S. 15° W of Sleitmut; 4 1/2 miles S. 42° E. of Nogamiut, Aniak-Hoholitna dist., S.W. Alaska. Coll. J.M. Hoare for W.M. Cady, 1944]; [Lat. 60.9671, Long. 157.5175 sandstone-argillite (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Inoceramus longealatus? Troger
05AM289B , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.9817, Long. 157.2455 siltstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Birostrina tamurai Matsumoto and Noda?
05AM274A , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.9726, Long. 156.9690 limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Conodonts: sp. indet.
05ADw191A (12987-SD) , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.9347, Long. 156.8920 limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Belodella sp.
99RB39 , Taylor Mts , Rubble of Silurian age "algal boundstone" unit on hillside, about 100-150 ft above slough in SW1/4SW1/4 Sec. 22, T. 10 N., R. 43 W., Taylor Mountains D-3 quadrangle. Unit weakly dolomitized locally. Nice algal boundstone textures present.; Lat. 60.9346, Long. 156.8923 limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Aphrosalpinx
(TD3) 74B-41 , Taylor Mts , Collected by Shell Oil Company from top of flattish, NE-trending ridge about 6 km S 82 degs E from top of Fuller Mountain in hill region between Titnuk Creek and the Hoholitna River. (description from E&R report); [Lat. 60.9450, Long. 156.8664 limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Cassianella sp.
Gastropod sp. indet.
terebratulid
84RB32 , Taylor Mts , A conspicuous band of fossiliferous strata from the east end of a conspicuous rubble-crop exposure (approx. 45 m wide) visible from the air, composed of yellow-orange weathering, platy, silty lime mudstone beds that strike N. 45 deg. W. and dip 25 deg. NE. in the SW1/4NE1/4NW1/4 sec. 19, T. 10 N., R. 42 W., Taylor Mountains D-3 1:63,360-scale quadrangle. Collected by R.B. Blodgett in 1984 and 1999, his field nos. 84RB32 and 99RB35, respectively. Fossil fauna composed of numerous mollusks (bivalves, gastropods) and lesser brachiopods. (description from McRoberts and Blodgett, 2002); [Lat. 60.9445, Long. 156.8024 lime mudstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Cassianella cordillerana n. sp. McRoberts (in McRoberts and Blodget,, 2002)
Gryphaea arcuataeformis Kiparisova, 1936
Minetrigonia suttonensis (Clapp & Shimer, 1911)
Minetrigonia sp.
Tutcheria densestriata (Koerner, 1937)
Astarte sp.
Septocardia cf. S. peruviana (Cox, 1949)
99RB35 , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.9445, Long. 156.80244 lime mudstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Cassianella cordillerana McRoberts, 2002
Gryphaea arcuataeformis Kiparisova, 1936
Minetrigonia cf. M. suttonensis (Clapp & Shimer, 1911)
Minetrigonia sp.
Tutcheria densestriata (Koerner, 1937)
Astarte sp.
Septocardia cf. S. peruviana (Cox, 1949)
74B416 , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.9458, Long. 156.8002 unknown lithology (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Fossil debris
04SK191A , Taylor Mts , Rubble crop of black chert and gray siliceous argillite. (=04RB68); [Lat. 60.9344, Long. 156.8119, silicerous argillite with phosphate nodules (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Canoptum Pessagno and Poisson?
Multicytid Nassellaria
Spumellaria
04RB69 , Taylor Mts , Chert outcrop on n. side of salient, 15 ft. thick stratigraphic section consisting of medium brown-gray, medium to thick bedded chert.; [Lat. 60.9345, Long. 156.8114, argillite and chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Sponges: spicules
04RB68 , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.9351, Long. 156.8095, argillite and chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)
belemnite
04SK193A , Taylor Mts , Frost boil rubble in saddle of dark-gray to black chert, dominantly dark-gray to black chert, lesser green siliceous argillite, small phosphate nodules present. (=04RB70); [Lat. 60.9318, Long. 156.8099, siliceous argillite with phosphate nodules (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Sponges: spicules
04SK194A , Taylor Mts , Cherts with abundant visible radiolarians from lower end (east end) of saddle.; [Lat. 60.9316, Long. 156.8026, argillite and chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Canoptum Pessagno and Poisson?
Multicyrtid Nassellaria
Spumellaria
04SK197A , Taylor Mts , Wavy black chert with phosphate nodules exposed in frost boil rubble.; [Lat. 60.9336, Long. 156.7902, argillite and chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Spumellaria
Sponges: spicules
04SK199B , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.9329, Long. 156.7846, phosphatic chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)
belemnites
bone fragment
04SK198A , Taylor Mts , Very waxy black chert with cigar-shaped white phosphate nodules.; [Lat. 60.9339, Long. 156.7829, argillite and chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Spumellaria
Sponges: spicules
99RB37 , Taylor Mts , Fossiliferous beds in the central part of a rubble-crop exposure of light-yellow-gray-weathering, platy, silty lime mudstone that strikes N. 85 deg. E. and consists almost entirely of brachiopods and much rarer bivalves. Rubble crop is situated at the northwest end of a low ridge in the SW1/4SW1/4 sec. 20, T. 10 N., R. 42 W., Taylor Mountains D-3 1:63,360-scale quadrangle.; [Lat. 60.9376, Long. 156.7745, lime mudstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Maoritrigonia sp.
84RB34 (Mesozoic loc. 33287) , Taylor Mts , Limestone, submitted as probably Early or Middle Devonian, from sec. 20, T. 10 N., R. 42 W., lat. 60 deg. 57.0 min., long. 156 deg. 44.3 min., Taylor Mountains D-3 15-quadrangle.; [Lat. 60.9449, Long. 156.7632, limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Epigondolella sp.
99RB46 , Taylor Mts , Upper Triassic limestone (distinctive white to light-gray lime packstone containing scleractinian corals, indeterminate hydrozoans, and inozan sponges of Norian age) exposed on east of hill in NE1/4SW1/4NE1/4 Sec. 20, T. 10 N., R. 42 W., Taylor Mountains D-3 1:63,360-scale quadrangle; [Lat. 60.9461, Long. 156.7594, limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Astraeomorpha crassisepta
possibly Pamiroseris meriani
Rhaetiastraea cf. R. vesiculosa
possibly "Margarosmilia" (M. chalyana?)
?Distichophyllia cf. D. norica
Procyclolites sp.
04JB163 , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.8873, Long. 156.6633, sandstone and chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)
belemnites
rhynchonellid
bone fragment
84TNS45 (11948-SD) , Taylor Mts , White, bioclastic limestone in the Taylor Mountains D-2 quadrangle. SW1/4 SW1/4 NE1/4 SW1/4 sec. 4, T10N, R24W. (see Adrain and others, 1995, fig. 1 for location); [Lat. 60.9831, Long. 156.7419, bioclastic limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Paracybantyx occidenatlis Adrain, Chatterton, and Blodgett,1995
Ligiscus smithi Adrain, Chatterton, and Blodgett
Calymene cf. C. iladori Lane and Siveter, 1991
Scotoharpes aff. S. raaschi Norford, 1973
Scharyia sp.
04SK241B , Taylor Mts , Chert.; [Lat. 60.9911, Lat. 156.6757, chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
barren
04JB194A (11789-CO) , Taylor Mts , Brachiopod and gastropod-bearing limestone in Farewell terrane. Taylor Mountains D-2 quad. 60 deg. 59.33'/156 deg. 34.27'; [Lat. 60.9888, Long. 156.5711, lime mudstone (Description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Colaptoconus quadraplicatus (Branson and Mehl)
Rossodus? sp.
coniform fragments
brachiopods, sp. indet.
gastropods, sp. indet.
04JB194B , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.9888, Long. 156.6711, siliceous mudstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
orthoconic nautiloids
04JB193 , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.9875, Long. 156.5727, siliceous mudstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
belemnites
04JB206 , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.9934, Long. 156.4077, nodular limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
brachiopods, sp. indet.
gastropods, sp. indet.
04JB188A , Taylor Mts , 60.9704, Long. 156.6723, limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
brachiopods, sp. indet.
crinoid ossicles
spheres that may be dascycladacean? algae
04JB188B , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.9704. Long. 156.6723, siliceous mudstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
belemnite molds
04SK211A , Taylor Mts , Rubble crop of phosphatic chert (black chert with blue and white phosphate streaks), blue phosphate also present.; [Lat. 60.9537, long. 156.7108, phosphatic black chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Spumellaria
sponge spicules
04SK214A , Taylor Mts , Black chert on north side of knob. [Lat. 60.9708, Long. 156.7068, phosphatic black chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Spumellaria
sponge spicules
04JB171 , Taylor Mts , Algal boundstone containing some laminae. Likely Silurian; Farewell terrane. Taylor Mountains D-2 quad. 60 deg. 57.46'/156 deg. 39.26; [Lat. 60.9577, Long. 156.6543, algal boundstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)] '
Algae, sp. indet.
04JB179 , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.9648, Long. 156.6199, sandstone and chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Pleuromya? sp.
Meleagrinella? sp.
belemnites
04JB181 , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.9721, Long. 156.6154, siliceous mudstone (description from Karl, 2011)
belemnites
04SK208A , Taylor Mts , Chert rubble of black conchoidal, waxy chert.; [Lat. 60.9419, Long. 156.6971, black chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Canoptum Pessagno and Poisson.
Multicyrtid Nassellaria
Spumellaria
abundant spicules
04RB77 , Taylor Mts , Rubble crop of cherty argillite(?), blue-gray to light-gray weathering.; [Lat. 60.9411, Long. 156.6959, spiculite (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
spicules, indet.
04SK243A , Taylor Mts , Black chert.; [Lat. 60.9309, Long. 156.7365, chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)
sponge spicules, indet.
04JB205 , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.9230, Long. 156.5652, algal boundstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Aphrosalpinx textilis Miagkova, 1955
83RB40 , Taylor Mts , East side of hill 1562, just below summit (elevation approximately 1500 feet), SW1/4, SE1/4, SW1/4, sec. 28, T. 10 N., R. 41 W., Taylor Mountains D-2 quadrangle. Lat. 60 degrees 55'22" N., Long. 156 degrees 33'50" W. Collector, R.B. Blodgett, 1983 (Fig. 2C); [Lat. 60.9219, 156.5661, algal limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011].
Aphrosalpinx sp.
FET 1630 , Taylor Mts , Taylor Mountains, 1:250,000 ed. of 1951. 60 deg. 54.5' N., 156 deg. 42.7' W.; Coords: (19.45, 16.2) [Note by R.B. Blodgett, collector is F.E. (Earl) Turner, Union Oil Company, 1959; [Lat. 60.9082, Long. 156.7113, limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Oxytoma? sp.
Trachydomia? sp.
Lepidotrochus? sp.
Mentzeliopsis? sp.
Spondylospira cf. S. lewesensis (Lees)
terebratulid, sp. indet.
solitary corals, indet.
04JB159 (Mesozoic loc. 35057) , Taylor Mts , Brecciated crinoidal limestone that is white-weathering, grayish-tan-fresh, and contains small brachiopods (Farewell terrane). Likely Triassic. Taylor Mountains D-2 quad. 60 deg. 54.54'/156 deg. 41.55'; [Lat. 60.9090, Long. 156.6294, limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Epigondolella bidentata Mosher or...........
....... or Epigondolella englandi Orchard
Epigondolella sp. indet.
Brachiopods: sp. indet.
04JB161 , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.9067, Long. 156.6906, mudstone and chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)
molds of small belemnites
04JB162 , Taylor Mts , Lat, 60.8987, Long. 156.7129, sandstone
Meleagrinella? sp.
worm tubes?
04SK249A , Taylor Mts , Waxy black chert with visible radiolarians and abundant phosphate nodules; [Lat. 60.8976, Long. 156.6952, chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Sarla sp.
Sponges: spicules
04SK248A , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.8969, Long. 156.6923, dolostone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
organic debris
04SK172A , Taylor Mts , Bedded gray chert (recrystallized); [Lat. 60.8972, Long. 156.7267, siliceous argillite with phosphate nodules (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Sponges: spicules
04SK172B , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.8972, Long. 156.7267, silicerous argillite with phosphate nodules (description from Karl et al., 2011)
belemnites
04SK172C , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.8972, Long. 156.7267, siliceous argillite with phosphate nodules (description from Karl et al., 2011)
narrow belemnite of Early Jurassic morphotype
04AM25A , Taylor Mts , Spot hop on central knob of 3 knob trend. No outcrop. Rubble of silty/shaley rocks and chert of various colors and siliceousness. Appears to contain abundant spicules and some radiolarians.; [Lat. 60.8878, Long. 156.6873, chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Sponges: spicules
04RB61 , Taylor Mts , South flank of larger of two adjoining hills. Sandstone, lesser chert with abundant phosphate nodules; [Lat. 60.8873, Long. 156.6641, sandstone and chert with phosphate nodules (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
rhynchonellid brachiopod
Pleuromya?
Radulonectites?
belemnites
Sponges: spicules
04RB62 , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.8874, Long. 156.6638, sandstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
belemnite
04Dw23C (Mesozoic loc. 35056) , Taylor Mts , Bioclastic limestone from top near rubble crop of Ordovician graptolitic shale (Farewell terrane). Taylor Mountains D-2 quad. 60 deg. 53.153'/156 deg. 38.570'; [Lat. 60.8859, Long. 156.6428, limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Epigondolella bidentata Mosher
Epigondolella cf. E. serrulata Orchard
Epigondolella sp. indet.
ichthyoliths
67AFy5 , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.8918, Long. 156.6247, platy limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
undescribed graptolites
04JB166 , Taylor Mts , Silurian; thin, laminated, bedded limestone with thicker beds at top of outcrop (0.5-10 cm laminations). Brachiopod fauna and crinoid debris in debris flows in limestone. Taylor Mountains D-2 quad. 60 deg. 53.56'/156 deg. 37.22'; [Lat. 60.8927, Long. 156.6204, limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Brachiopods: sp. indet.
Echinoderms: sp. indet., crinoid columnals
04AM033A , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.8645, Long. 156.4279, chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Sponges: spicules
83RB45 , Taylor Mts , NE1/4, Sec. 4, T. 10 N., R. 40 W., Taylor Mountains D-1 quadrangle. [Lat. 60.9848, Long. 156.3686, limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
poorly preserved low-spired gastropods suggestive of Lecanospira
04SK271A , Taylor Mts , Brownish-gray, micritic algal boundstone suspected to be Ordovician in age (Farewell terrane). Taylor Mountains D-2 quad. 60 deg. 59.39'/156 deg. 19.51'; [Lat. 60.9898, Long. 156.3252, algal boundstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Conodonts: sp. indet.
83RB75 , Taylor Mts , SE1/4 Sec. 2, T. 10 N., R. 40 W., Taylor Mountains D-1 quadrangle.; [Lat. 60.9806, Long. 156.3229, algal limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Hystricurus sp.
Trilobita, sp. indet.
83RB44 (10389-CO) , Taylor Mts , Limestone, submitted as Ordovician(?) age, from NE 1/4, sec. 4, T. 10 N., R. 40 W., lat. 60 deg. 59.2 min., long. 156 deg. 22.3 min., Taylor Mountains D-1 quadrangle.; [Lat. 60.9804, Lat. 156.3196, limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Drepanoistodus? sp.
Fryxellodontus? n. sp.
Paroistodus proteus (Lindstrom)
Scolopodus floweri Repetski
Scolopodus gracilis Ethington and Clark
Scolopodus rex Lindstrom
83RB74 (11405-SD) , Taylor Mts , SE1/4, sec. 2, T. 10 N., R. 40 W., Taylor Mountains D-1 quadrangle.; [Lat. 60.9812, Long. 156.3186, platy limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Ozarkodina excavata (Branson and Mehl)
99RB42 , Taylor Mts , NE1/4, sec. 2, T. 10 N., R. 39 W., Taylor Mountains D-1 quadrangle; [Lat. 60.9930, Long. 156.1424, algal limestone (description from Karl et al. (2011)
smooth trilobite carapace, sp. indet.
Algae, sp. indet.
84AKE79 , Taylor Mts , NE1/4, sec. 2, T. 10 N., R. 39 W., Taylor Mountains D-1 quadrangle; [Lat. 60.9917, Long. 156.1352, algal limestone (described by Karl et al., 2011)]
Semiacontiodus sp.
85RB9 , Taylor Mts , Sec. 3, T. 10 N., R. 39 W., Taylor Mountains D-1 quadrangle; [Lat. 60.9857, Long. 156.1732, algal limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
effaced styginid trilobites, sp. indet.
85RB10 (11409-SD) , Taylor Mts , Limestone, submitted as late Llandoverian-Ludlovian, from NW 1/4, NW 1/4, SE 1/4 sec. 3, T. 10 N., R. 39 W., lat. 60 deg. 59.1 min., long. 156 deg. 10.3 min., Taylor Mtns. D-1 15-minute quadrangle; [Lat. 60.9835, Long. 156.1735, platy limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Dapsilodus sp.
Distomodus staurognathoides (Walliser)
Ozarkodina gulletensis (Aldridge)
Panderodus sp.
Pterospathodus pennatus procerus (Walliser)
84RB134 , Taylor Mts , Sec. 3, T. 10 N., R. 39 W., Taylor Mountains D-1 quadrangle; [Lat. 60.9841, Long. 156.1726, limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Tcherskidium sp.
Proconchidium sp. .........
....... (or Eoconchidium) sp.
new genus of smooth virgianid brachiopod aff.Tcherskidium
Echinoderms: crinoid ossicles
84AKE023 , Taylor Mts , Sec. 3, T. 10 N., R. 39 W., Taylor Mountains D-1 quadrangle; [Lat. 60.9840, Long. 156.1708, platy limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Conodonts: one bar element, sp. indet.
84RB37 (11411-SD) , Taylor Mts , Limestone, submitted as Silurian, from sec. 3, T. 10 N., R. 39 W., lat. 60 deg. 59.1 min., long. 156 deg. 10.3 min., Taylor Mountains D-1 15-minute quadrangle; [Lat. 60.9840, Long. 156.1708, platy limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Kockelella? sp. indet.
Ozarkodina sp. indet.
Panderodus sp.
Pseudooneotodus sp.
84TNS1F , Taylor Mts , Sec. 3, T. 10 N., R. 39 W., Taylor Mountains D-1 quadrangle; [Lat. 60.9840, Long. 156.1708, platy limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Monograptid graptolites, sp. indet.
85RB5 , Taylor Mts , Sec. 3, T. 10 N., R. 39 W., Taylor Mountains D-1 quadrangle; [Lat. 60.9811, Long. 156.1697, algal limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Aphrosalpinx textilis Miagkova, 1955
99RB43 , Taylor Mts , SW1/4, sec. 1, T. 10 N., R. 39 W., Taylor Mountains D-1 quadrangle; [Lat. 60.9811, Long. 156.1252, algal limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Gastropods; sp. indet.
favositid corals, sp. indet.
Brachiopod: sp. indet.
84TNS66 , Taylor Mts , NW1/4, sec. 12, T. 10 N., R. 39 W., Taylor Mountains D-1 quadrangle; [Lat. 60.9749, Long. 156.1282, algal limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
large solitary rugose corals, sp. inet.
83RB43 , Taylor Mts , NW1/4, sec. 13, T. 10 N., R. 40 W., Taylor Mountains D-1 quadrangle; [Lat. 60.9590, Long. 156.3084, algal limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Atrypoidea sp.
04SK256B , Taylor Mts , Rubble crop of rusty weathering chert. Chert is primarily light gray in color with small red and green pieces in rare boils. Spiculite. Minor qtz ss present. No phosphate nodules observed; [Lat. 60.9599, Long. 156.2197, spiculite (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Sponges: spicules
04AM039A , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.7518, Long. 156.0733, siltstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Inoceramus frechi Flegel .......
..... or I. longealatus Troger?
88AJM274C (Mesozoic loc. M8637) , Taylor Mts , Taylor Mountains (C-8) 1:63,360 quadrangle. N bank of small drainage on E side of Gemuk Mountain. Latitude: 60 deg. 38.01'N; Longitude: 158 deg. 58.85'W; Township: 6N; Range 55W; Section 7; Center, Collector: John Murphy, 1988. Field Identifier: 88AJM274C. (from Elder and Miller, 1991, p. 24); [Lat. 60.6317, Long. 156.9808, pebbly sand sandstone, turbidites (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Inoceramus sp.
05ADw49C , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.6251, Long. 158.9947, black siltstone turbidites (description from Karl et al., 2011)
indet. bivalves resemble Cremnoceramus denselamellatus (Kotyubinsky),
.... or Mytiloides striatoconcentricus (Gumbel)
69AHr147 (Mesozoic loc. M5408) , Taylor Mts , North bank, middle headwater of tributary to Gemuk River, entering from west. Near sharp bend to south upstream. East side, Gemuk Mountain (in Bethel quad.). In contorted, thin-bedded shale, minor graywacke. ."][Elder and Miller, 1991, p. 24, give following locality description: "East side of Gemuk Mtn. Middle head water of tributary to Gemuk River. Elevation 1800 ft (549 m). Latitude: 60 deg. 37.50' N; Latitude: 159 deg. 59.00' W.; Township: 6N; Range: 55W; Section: 8; SW quarter; Collector: J. Hoare, 1969. Field Identifier: 69AHr147."]; [USGS Mesozoic Locality: M5408. Alaska, Taylor Mountains (C-8) 1:63360 quadrangle. East side of Gemuk Mtn. Middle head water of trib. to Gemuk River. Elevation 1,800 ft (549 m). Latitude: 60°37.50'N, longitude: 158°59.00'W. SW1/4, sec. 8, T6N, R55W. Collector: J. Hoare, 1969. Field Identifier: 69AHr147. (description from Elder and Box, 1992, p. 37).]; [Lat. 60.6232, Long. 158.9833, graywacke-argillite (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Yezoites puerculus? Jimbo (macroconch)
Yezoites puerculus Jimbo microconch
Inoceramus hobetsensis Nagao and Matsumoto
Phelopteria sp.
05AM262C , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.5333, Long. 158.9447, argillite (description from Karl et al., 2011)
ostracodes
05ADw46B , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.5274, Long. 158.8055,sandstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
inoceramid fragments
05ADw107B , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.6898, Long. 158.3765, sandstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
inoceramid fragments
05AM194A , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.6682, Long. 158.3952, sandstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
inoceramid shell fragments and prisms
05AM307B , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.5298, Long. 157.5865, sandstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
inoceramid shell fragments
05AM314A , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.6747, Long. 157.7652, sandstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Inoceramid shell fragments
05AM138B , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.7401, Long. 157.4386, sandstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
molds of Inoceramus shells
05ADw257B , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.6170, Long. 157.4613, sandstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Inoceramus shell fragments and prisms
05ADw270A , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.6882, Long. 157.0829, sandstone (description from Karl et al. (2011)
Inoceramus frechi Flegel
..... or I. longealatus Troger
FET 1642 , Taylor Mts , A sample of limestone, ... from Lat. 60 deg. 40' N., Long. 156 deg. 44.5' W., Coords: 19.26, 16.07 [Note by R.B. Blodgett, the collector was F.E. (Earl) Turner, Union Oil Company, 1959]; [Lat. 60.6667, Long. 156.7417, mudstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Cytherelloidea sp.
05AM114C , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.7177, Long. 156.3275, black chert float near conglomerate (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Spumellaria
Sponges: spicules
05ADw16C , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.7359, long. 156.2145, Siltstone turbidites (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Inoceramus frechi Flegel
.......... or Inoceramus longealatus Troger
05ADw14A , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.7203, long. 156.1736, tuffaceous siltstone (description form Karl et al, 2011)
Canoptum sp.
Archaeocenosphaera sp.
87ASB140c , Bethel , Lat. 60.4513, Long. 159.1461, tuffaceous chert and volaniclastic rocks (description from Karl et al., 2011)
deformed Monotis subcircularis (?)
82-BB-167 , Bethel , Bethel B-1 quad.; T. 3 N., R. 56 W.; about 4 mi. S. of Upnuk Lake. Collector: W.K. Wallace, 1982; [Lat. 60.3086, Long. 159.0150, volcanic conglomerate (description from Karl et al., 2011)
monotids sp. indet.
large crinoid columnals sp. indet.
70ACo65 , Bethel , On narrow crest of a N. W. trending ridge about 5 miles south of upper Upnuk Lake. Sparse fossils occur in 20' bed of dirty slaty limestone interbedded with slaty argillite. Fossils include poorly preserved brachiopods and gastropods.; [Lat. 60.3127, Long. 159.1295, limestone in black argillite (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Coelenterates: sp. indet.
Gastropod: sp. indet.
87AMM69 , Bethel , Thin boudinaged marble beds with rare squashed brachiopods and horn corals in mostly volcaniclastic sequence; Permian megafossils identified in 1950's (Tikchik terrane). Sample from lat. 60 deg. 18.5 min., long. 159 deg. 01.8 min., Bethel B-1 quadrangle. [Note by R.B. Blodgett: Transmittal sheet of S. Box gives following lat/long: 60 deg. 18 min. 33 sec. N, 159 deg. 01 min. 45 sec. W]; [Lat. 60.3092, Long. 159.0292; calcarenite bed in slate (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
1 slightly imcomplete Pa element of Bispathodus cf. B. aculeatus (Branson & Mehl)
89AJM-41A (DR 1010) , Bethel , USGS Bethel B-1 quadrangle, Togiak terrane, southwest Alaska; Lat. 60 deg. 27'00", Long. 159 deg. 17'09", T4N, R58W, NE1/4, NE1/4, sec. 11. Green, tuffaceous chert from interbedded tuffaceous chert, siltstone and argillite unit lying beneath thick, white recrystallized tuff, approx. 100 m north along ridge from BLM Long.; [Lat. 60.4558, Long. 159.2908, tuffaceous chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Radiolarians: sp. indet.
89ASB-88C (DR 1006) , Bethel , USGS Bethel B-1 quadrangle, Togiak terrane, southwest Alaska; Lat. 60 deg. 18'48", Long. 159 deg. 07'48", T3N, R57W, NW1/4, NE1/4, sec. 35. Green tuffaceous chert sample from interbedded green siltstone, shale, chert, and mudstone unit; from head of draingage approx. 0.5 mi east of peak 4002 ft. elevation.; [Lat. 60.3106, Long. 159.1268, tuffaceous chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Bagotum? sp.
Canoptum? sp.
poorly preserved Nassellaria
87ASB138B , Bethel , Thin, boudinaged, gray, finely recrystallized marble in argillaceous section (Tikchik terrane), adjacent to Permian megafossil locality reported on in the 1950's. Lat. 60 deg. 23.0 min., long. 159 deg. 00.6 min. [Note by R.B. Blodgett: Transmittal sheet of S. Box gives following lat/long: 60 deg. 23 min. 04 sec. N, 159 deg. 00 min. 37 sec. W], [Lat. 60.3844, Long. 159.0103, thin limestone beds in black argillite (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Neogondolella sp. of Triassic morphotype
Neogondolella aff. N. mombergensis (Tatge)
Neogondolella sp. indet.
Xaniognathus sp. indet.
50AHr240 (Not catalogued) , Taylor Mts , 16 3/4 miles S. 3 deg. E. of Gemuk Mountain; 9 1/2 miles S. 35 deg. E. of outlet of Aniak Lake; 3 1/8 miles S. 59 deg. W. of outlet of lake between Nishlik and Upnuk Lakes. About 2300 feet above Lake Upnuk on the south side and near top of the high ridge just north of lake. A small cirque lake lake lies about 1/4 mile south of and below the fossil horizon. Lithology of beds (from transmittal sheet of Hoare): Fossils occur in a thin bed of conglomeratic limestone which contains pebbles of chert and argillite up to 1 inch across. The limestone is interbedded with massive fine-grained graywacke with slaty interbeds. The rocks associated with the fossil horizon are thinly and evenly bedded--evidence for a quiet type of deposition. Overlying these rocks and structurally conformable is at least 200 feet of massive conglomeratic graywacke with very irregular bedding planes. Scattered cobble lenses occur in the graywacke in a most irregular fashion--evidence of a very rapid or "poured in" type of deposition; [Lat. 60.3838, Long. 158.0000, chert pebble conglomerate (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
fenestelloid, polyporoid, stenoporoid bryozoans
69AHr194 (23438-PC) , Taylor Mts , Ridge crest north of Upnuk Lake, elevation 2,750 ft., about 1/4 mile SE of small cirque lake. In well-bedded, highly deformed, gray limestone containing much fragmental material. This is probably about same limestone as station 69AHr95 & 97 but contains a different group of fossils--mainly Bryozoa.; [Lat. 60.3779, Long. 158.9876, limestone-chert grit (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Bryozoans: Trepastomatous bryozoans of ramose form
05SB100B (Mesozoic loc. 35060) , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.4014, Long. 158.9827, limestone interlayered with greenstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Neogondolella sp. indet.
05SK003A , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.3974, Long. 158.9868, chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Spumellaria
05SK004A , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.3955, Long. 158.9862, chert (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Spumellaria
50AHr230 (Mesozoic loc. 23163) , Taylor Mts , 15 1/2 miles S. 5 deg. E. of Gemuk Mountain; 9 1/8 miles S. 41 deg. E. of outlet of Aniak Lake; 2 1/2 miles S. 76 deg. W. of outlet of lake between Nishlik and Upnuk Lakes. About 1300 feet above narrow lake which lies between Lakes Upnuk and Nishlik on crest of a large ridge which projects northwestward from the main ridge between Lake Upnuk and the narrow lake just north of it. Lithology of beds (from transmittal sheet of Hoare): Fossils occur in a 10-15-foot bed of hard dark gray siliceous limestone which weathers to a dark brown color. The limestone overlies an undetermined amount of fine-grained dark graywacke with argillaceous interbeds and underlies a 10-foot bed of hard black cherty argillite with thin gray tuff bands. Above the black cherty argillite is an undetermined amount of the same type of graywacke and argillaceous rocks as lie below the limestone. All of the rocks are highly deformed; Lat. 60.3928, Long. 158.97771, graywacke-argillite (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Aucella cf. A. crassicollis Keyserling
05SB105 , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.3928, Long. 158.9755, thin coquina bed in sandstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Panope? cf. P.? kissoumi (McLearn)
Tancredia sp.
08SK209A , Taylor Mts , 60.3890, Long. 158.9728, limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Bivalves: sp. inet.
69AHr95 (23436-PC) , Taylor Mts , In boulders derived from about 150 of limestone which rims the easternmost cirque on the south side of Slate Lake. Fossils highly deformed. Limestone overlies highly deformed black calcareous phyllites which have yielded Halobia; [Lat. 60.3913, Lat. 158.9383, limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Horridonia sp.
Spiriferella sp.
05SK011A (Mesozoic loc. 35061) , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.3901, Long. 158.9201, limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Neogondolella
Neogondolella sp. indet.
50AHr260 (Mesozoic loc. 23164) , Taylor Mts , 15 3/5 miles S. 11 deg. E. of Gemuk Mountain; 10 1/4 miles S. 10 1/2 deg. E. of outlet of Aniak Lake; 1 mile S. 53 1/2 deg. W. of outlet of lake between Nishlik and Upnuk Lakes. About 160 feet above the long narrow lake which lies between Lakes Upnuk and Nishlik; on the western side of the easternmost stream which enters the narrow lake, about 200 feet upstream of the point where bedrock is no longer exposed. Lithology of beds (from transmittal sheet of Hoare): Fossils occur in about 60 feet of black calcareous slates which contain thin white beds, thought to be volcanic ash. About 40 feet of the slaty rocks are hard and are probably tuffaceous or siliceous. The remaining 20 feet of the fossil horizon is composed of soft, almost friable slaty rocks. The well-developed fracture cleavage indicates that the rocks are overturned to the southwest. Overlying the black slates is at least 30 feet of hard crystalline limestone in beds 6 inches to 2 feet thick. Below the slates is 15 feet of coarsely-crystalline, probably tuffaceous, limestone containing shale fragments and then about 150 feet of interbedded dark gray calcareous argillite with white volcanic ash beds up to 1 inch thick and many thin gray limestone beds.; [Long. 60.3897, Long. 158.9206, limestone in black argillite (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
Halobia cf. H. septentrionalis Smith
50AHr263 (Mesozoic loc. 23165) , Taylor Mts , 16 1/3 miles S. 10 1/2 deg. E. of Gemuk Mountain; 10 1/2 miles S. 46 1/2 deg. E. of outlet of Aniak Lake; 1 1/2 miles S. 35 1/2 miles W. of outlet of lake between Nishlik and Upnuk Lakes. From the headwall of the cirque which is at the head of the easternmost stream to enter the narrow lake from the south side. Lithology of beds (from transmittal sheet of Hoare): Fossils come from massive gray crystalline limestone 100-120 feet thick, which weathers to a light gray color with a buff-colored fretwork. The limestone is probably somewhat siliceous and tuffaceous. The massive limestone horizon grades upward into 75-80 feet of interbedded buff-weathered limestone and black slates. The black slates contain gray-green beds of volcanic ash or tuff up to 3 inches thick. Above this horizon is at least 200 feet of black slaty siltstones and argillites and dark gray-green crystalline tuffs.; [Lat. 60.3838, Long. 158.9283, limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)]
crinoid columnals sp. indet.
08SB105A , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.3830, Long. 158.9260, base of 50 m limestone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
Bivalves: possible oyster fragments
Bryozoans: sp. indet.
Trace fossils: clionid sponge borings?
08AM606D , Taylor Mts , Lat. 60.4736, Long. 158.7109, sandstone (description from Karl et al., 2011)
inoceramid fragments