Interval is a northwestern limestone facies that correlates with dolomite strata (upper Hopkinton-lower Scotch Grove formations) to the south and east; locally interfingers with dolomite to south; it overlies progressively higher stratigraphic levels southward within the Hopkinton to Scotch Grove formations. Sl forms highest Silurian unit throughout its extent; unconformably overlain by Dw. Primary lithologies: limestone, dense, fossiliferous, part cherty to very cherty. Secondary lithologies: dolomitic limestone, dolomite. Minor: argillaceous to shaly chert residuum at top (may be basal Dw); shale, green-gray. Maximum thickness, 140 ft (43 m); average thicknesses: 20-60 ft (6-18 m).