Deer Lake PA.

March 2010

After a decent outing at St Clair, Bob and his wife DeeDee took me to a spot they had stopped at the previous weekend, Deer Lake. This is Devonian in nature, something a little different from the normal Monmouth County, NJ fair and I was looking forward to this little side trip.
I profess little knowledge about this time period and what I brought home is most likely very common material for this site. Never the less, I had a great time and was very pleased with what I found. Definitely worth a return trip.    



Brachiopod mortality plate



One of the nicer brachiopods of the day


Crinoid arms and pinnules
 Stem sections seem very common but small here

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