Abstract

Three new fossil localities have been discovered in the Cutwell Group on Long Island in western Notre Dame Bay, Central Newfoundland. Conularids, crinoids, ostracodes, and cephalopods occur in small limestone lenses within pillow lavas and pyroclastics. These fossils tentatively suggest a middle Ordovician age for the Cutwell Group in this area.

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