|Geologic age||Late Mississippian-Chesterian Series|
Sedimentary > Clastic > Sandstone (Bed)
Sedimentary > Carbonate > Limestone (Bed)
Sedimentary > Clastic > Mudstone > Shale (Bed)
Sedimentary > Clastic > Siltstone (Bed)
|Comments||IN SOUTHWEST MO- mostly limestone, sandstone, shale with siltstone. Fayetteville FM- (20 ft.max) black shale interbedded with black limestone; Batesville FM- ( 50 ft. max) calcareous sandstone with minor limestone; Hindsville Limestone- (50 ft. max) fine oolitic limestone with some shale and siltstone. IN SOUTHEAST MO- mostly limestone, shale and sandstone. Vienna Limestone- (15 ft. max) chert and siliceous limestone; Tar Springs Sandstone- (90 ft. max) sandstone and shale; Glen Dean FM- (80 ft. max) limestone interbedded with shale; Hardenburg FM- (30 ft. max) shale and minor sandstone; Golconda FM- (-90 ft. max) limestone and shale; Cypress FM- (80 ft. max) shale/ mudstone with minor limestone; Paint Creek FM- (100 ft. max) limestone with interbedded shale; Yankeetown Sandstone- (60 ft. max) cross-bedded sandstone; Renault FM- (90 ft. max) shale with interbedded limestone; Aux Vases Sandstone- (105 ft. max) sandstone with interbedded shale; Ste. Genevieve Limestone- (75 ft. max) white massive sandy limestone. IN NORTHEAST MO-only- Ste. Genevieve Limestone; IN EAST-CENTRAL MO- only- Ste. Genevieve Limestone.|
Howe, W.B. and Koenig, 1961, The Stratigraphic Succession in Missouri: Missouri Geological Survey and Water Resources, Vol XL. 2nd Series.
|Counties||Barry - Jasper - Lawrence - Perry - Pulaski - Sainte Genevieve - Stone - Taney|