This is a fossiliferous limestone. The limestone is grain supported with a sparite cement matrix. Allochems comprise about 90 percent of non-void slide area. These criteria define the limestone as a grainstone. Identifiable allochems are approximately 80 percent bioclasts and 20 percent intraclasts and other peloids. These estimates and degree of sorting classify the limestone as a rounded biosparite. Identifiable bioclasts are mostly brachiopod fragments with rare bivalves. Maximum brachiopod bioclast dimension is 2.25 mm and a modal size is near 1.5 mm. Approximately 50 percent of allochems interpreted as bioclasts have undergone complete replacement by consertal sparite with modal crystal sizes near .2 mm. These grains have a maximum size near 4.5 mm. Intraclast/peloids have a maximum dimension near 3 mm. The cement is isopachous with rims up to .15 mm formed from elongated calcite radiating off of all grain types. Opaque crystals are locally abundant but constitute only about 1-3 percent of slide area. Individual opaque crystals are quite small at around .025 mm. Much of the non-fibrous cement as well as many micrite cores in peloids have deteriorated and are now secondary voids. This pattern suggests the voids are a relatively recent phenomenon indicative of near surface weathering. These voids currently constitute about 40 percent of slide area.