This specimen is a fossiliferous limestone. The limestone is grain supported with a predominantly sparite cement matrix. Allochems comprise around 80 percent of non-void slide area. These criteria define the limestone as a grainstone. Identifiable allochem composition is about 75 percent peloid. The remaining 25 percent is composed of bioclasts. These estimates and degree of sorting characterize the limestone as a fossiliferous rounded pelsparite. Brachiopod species predominate, including Composita sp. Likely echnioderm fragments are also present and occasionally present syntaxial overgrowth. Maximum peloid size is .5 mm, minimum is .15 and a modal range is around .25. Maximum dimensions for brachiopod fragments is 1 mm. A modal size for brachiopod fragments is around .5 mm in the maximum dimension. Voids are common and constitute about 20-30 percent of slide area. These voids are almost entirely the result of the dissolution of micritic peloids. This pattern suggests the voids are secondary and perhaps a relatively recent phenomenon of near surface weathering.