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B u c k m a n . l a , lateral v i e w ; l b , venter; l c , cross-section. F r o m elevation of 6,425 feet on L a s t C r e e k . T y a u g h t o n L a k e inaparea, British C o l u m b i a . Upper Hettangian, Schlotheimia b e d s . ) Figure 2. ') sp. indet. 2a, lateral v i e w ; 2 b , t h e a l m o s t s m o o t h venter; 2c, crosssection. F r o m elevation of 6,160 feet on L a s t C r e e k , T y a u g h t o n L a k e map-area, British C o l u m b i a . Upper Hettangian, Schlotheimia b e d s ( ?
Figure 4a). Figure 5c, venter of an inner w h o ? ] ( r u b b e r c a s t ) . Figure 5 d , venter of the last whorl, b o t h of t h e s a m e specimen. In b o t h 5c and 5d t h e r i b s are crossing the venter w i t h o u t interruption. S a m e l o c a l i t y and stratigraphic position as Figure 1. ) 52 PLATE X V I A. View looking westerly from near the head of Bon Creek across an area of exposed Mesozoic sedimentary formations to granitic peaks of the Coast Mountains in the distance. B. View southerly to southwesterly from the Taylor Creek-Bon Creek divide across area of mainly Jurassic and Triassic sedimentary rocks to high, rugged, granitic peaks of the Coast mountains.
S a m e l o c a l i t y as figures 1 to 4. L o w e r Sinemurian, Arietites b e d s . ) 31 PLATE V 32 PLATE V I ( A l l figures natural size) T y p e s in collections of t h e G e o l o g i c a l S u r v e y of C a n a d a Figures 1, 2. Vermiceras scylla R c y n e s . 1, r u b b e r c a s t of a larger specimen, lateral v i e w ; 2, f r a g m e n t of a larger specimen. One-half m i l e east of G a t e C r e e k and just o v e r 1 m i l e south of Spruce L a k e , T y a u g h t o n L a k e map-area.