The waters along the Beaumaris coastline 5.5 million years ago were warmer than today and supported a wide variety of corals, bryozoa and sponges. The corals below are from Beaumaris Bay.
Larger branched sponge stem in Beaumaris Sandstone.
A boulder of calcium phosphate rock from the Fyansford Formation exhibiting Placotrochus deltoideus (right) and Bryozoa (left).
Hornera foliacea , Bryozoa and Bathyactis beaumariensis
Deltocyathus sp. Unknown
Unknown Section of branched Coral
Truncatoflabellum gambierense Unknown