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MUGM Miami University Invertebrate Paleontology Collection

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The Invertebrate Paleontology collection of Miami University’s Karl E. Limper Geology Museum are maintained to supplement and complement the major invertebrate fossil collections in North American museums and universities. This collection comprises over 12,000 specimen lots of Late Ordovician marine invertebrate fossils from southwestern Ohio, southeastern Indiana, and north-central Kentucky. Most of these specimens were collected by William H. Shideler and later Miami University paleontologists, but the collection also includes specimens collected by 19th Century avocational paleontologists.


Name Kendall L. Hauer
RoleDirector, Limper Geology Museum
Name Kendall L. Hauer
RoleDirector, Limper Geology Museum
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