A new Lagerstätte from the Middle Ordovician St. Peter Formation in northeast Iowa, USA

@article{Liu2006ANL,
  title={A new Lagerst{\"a}tte from the Middle Ordovician St. Peter Formation in northeast Iowa, USA},
  author={H. Liu and R. Mckay and J. Young and B. J. Witzke and K. McVey and Xiuying Liu},
  journal={Geology},
  year={2006},
  volume={34},
  pages={969-972}
}
  • H. Liu, R. Mckay, +3 authors Xiuying Liu
  • Published 2006
  • Geology
  • Geology
  • A new fossil fauna has been discovered from a recently recognized shale unit within the middle Ordovician St. Peter Formation in northeast Iowa. It contains a variety of invertebrates and vertebrates, including soft body tissues, impressions, and 3-dimensionalpreservations. The exceptional preservation reveals a new Konservat-Lagerstatte, the Winneshiek Lagerstatte, and opens a unique window into the community that inhabited the margins of the Laurentian cratonic seaway during Middle Ordovician… CONTINUE READING
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