Museum, University of Nebraska State
Date of this Version
BULLETIN 8 VOLUME 1 AUGUST, 1925
In the cabinets of the Nebraska State Museum are several excellent rock specimens, which at first sight pass for pisolite, which they simulate. Scrutiny shows that they are hackberry seeds in sand, cemented by lime and clay into a firm, compact rock. The term hackberry conglomerate seems apropos.
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