This specimen is a fossiliferous limestone. The limestone is grain supported and has a sparite cement matrix much of it originating as syntaxial overgrowth. Allochems constitute about 85 percent of slide area. These criteria define the limestone as a grainstone. Allochem composition is about 85 percent bioclast. A mix of mostly peloids, intraclasts, and a lesser amount of ooids comprise the remaining 15 percent. These estimates and degree of sorting classify this limestone as a rounded biosparite. Most all bioclasts have micritic envelopes, especially foraminifera. Identifiable bioclasts are mostly echinoderm parts; foraminifera, mollusk bivalve and univalve, bryozoan, brachiopod, and calcispheres are also present. Maximum dimension of echinoderms is approximately 4 mm and the modal size is around 1.5 to 2.5 mm. Maximum dimensions of other bioclasts is as follows: foraminifera 1 mm, bivalve 2.8 mm, univalve .8 mm, bryozoan 2 mm, brachiopod 1.8 mm, and calcispheres .6 mm. Maximum peloid/ooid size is around 1 mm, the modal size is near .5 mm. Secondary quartz is present in appreciable amounts, but less than 1 percent of slide area. Quartz is often in chalcedony-fibrous forms as intergrowths within allochems. Extant voids constitute about 3 percent of slide area. Voids are almost uniformly interparticle with a modal maximum dimension around .3 mm. Small amounts of iron hydroxides are present, mostly as thin rinds on intraclasts and foraminifera surfaces. The degree of allochem preservation indicates this limestone was lithified before significant compaction.