This is a fossiliferous limestone. The limestone is grain supported with a sparite cement matrix. Allochems constitute about 60 percent of slide area. These criteria define the limestone as a grainstone. Allochem composition is about 95 percent peloid and 5 percent bioclast. These estimates and the degree of sorting define the limestone as a sorted pelsparite. The identifiable bioclasts are ostracods with a maximum dimension of .7 mm, foraminifera with a maximum dimension of .3 mm and calcispheres with a maximum dimension near .2 mm. Peloids have a maximum dimension around .4 mm and a modal size range around .15. The size range of peloids is commensurate with a predominantly faecal origin. The cementing matrix has a mottled appearance and not all peloids are easily distinguished. Some amount of neomorphism also may have taken place as indicated by patchy size distributions in the sparite matrix. Collophane is very rare and has a maximum dimension of .3 mm. Iron hydroxides and opaque grains are present but are less than 1 percent of slide area. Extant voids are far less than 1 percent of slide area and are mostly vug like with a maximum dimension near .5 mm. Compaction is difficult to estimate. Allochem preservation and spacing is intermediate, perhaps suggesting moderate compaction prior to lithification.