In a quarry near Seneca Falls limestone from the Onondaga formation, middle Devonian period are exposed. At the south side of the quarry at the top there is a goniatite rich layer. Ask for permission before entering. In closeby Fayette is an old quarry where the same sediments are exposed.
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Seneca Falls is located in the fingerlakes region, in the west of New York state.
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Brachiopods, corals, goniatites (Agoniatites).
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