V1A07 -- --V1A35M01
- Comments -- First described by Pander, a century ago, these elements are described as coniform, recurved, with a rounded face and single costa, and deep basal cavity, and have been classified in the genus Panderodus, created by Ethington in 1959 The apparatus of this animal contained many similar elements that differed slightly in shape and curvature.
- References :
- Bergstrom and Sweet, Conodonts from the Lexington Limestone (Middle Ordovician) of Kentucky and its Lateral Equivalents in Ohio and Indiana. Bul of Amer Pal vol 50, No 229, pg 357
- Leslie, Stephen A. Mohawkian (Upper Ordovician) Conodonts of Eastern North America and Baltoscandia. J of Pal. vol 74, No. 6 p. 1136