STROMATOPOROIDS AND EURYPTERIDS
ABOVE: Erieopterus, anterior portion portion of the eurypterid, with associated, prolific brachiopods, Howellella vanuxemi. From Early Devonian Olney Limestone near Syracuse, New York.
AT LEFT: Massive wall of the Olney Limestone (Early Devonian) near Syracuse, New York.  Carl Stock (at right) and Samuel Ciurca (at left) are studying the distribution of the many stromatoporoids and asso- ciated remains that occur in this limestone. Photo taken in 1981.
Professor Carl W. Stock is currently at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, and he and his students are studying stromatoporoids from sedimentary deposits around the world.
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LEARN MORE ABOUT STROMATOPOROIDS
Stearn, C.W., B.D. Webby, H. Nestor & C.W. Stock. 1999.  Revision and terminology of Palaeozoic stromatoporoids. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, Vol. 44, p. 1-70.
Kershaw, S. 1998. 
The applications of stromatoporoid palaeobiology in palaeoenvironmental analysis.  Palaeontology, Vol. 41, p. 509-544.
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