Panamint Range

Two views from Panamint Valley looking roughly northeastward to the dramatic western front of the Panamint Range, revealing thousands of feet of Cambrian through Early Mississippian-age Paleozoic Era dolomites, limestones, quartzites and shales, which locally yield a bonanza of fossil organisms, such as corals, brachiopods, algae, invertebrate tracks and trails, bryozoans, crinoids, gastropods and trilobites, among others.

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