Hustedia mormoni (Marcou, 1858)


Hustedia mormoni (Marcou, 1858)  Hustedia mormoni (Marcou, 1858)
Hustedia mormoni (Marcou, 1858)

General abundance:  Common

Hustedia mormoni (Marcou) is a small brachiopod that
rarely exceeds 10 to 12 mm in length. It is characterized
by the coarse costae (radial, rib-like features).

The tiny spots just barely visible on the shell
are pores that extend through the shell.


Dunbar, C.O. and Condra, G.E., 1932, Brachiopoda of the Pennsylvanian
System in Nebraska; Nebraska Geological Survey, Bulletin 5, p.356,
pl.42, figs.9-11

Hoare, R. D., 1961, Desmoinesian Brachiopoda and Mollusca from
Southwest Missouri; University of Missouri Press, p.86, p.11,

Hoare, R.D., 1968, Pennsylvanian brachiopods of Ohio; Ohio Geological
Survey Bulletin 63, p.54, pl.10, figs.10-12

Phylum Brachiopoda (brachiopods)
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