|Figure 5-10. A: A highly inclined stylolite (red arrows) with nearly vertical teeth or interdigitate projections. B: Higher-magnification view of part of A. Vertical projections (red arrows) along stylolite presumably record vertical compression across an inclined surface that dictated overall trend of present stylolite.
Image was scanned directly from sample; sample is actually more black than green. Ordovician, Staunton, Virginia, U.S.A.; Sample VA9-6A. Sample collected by L. Bruce Railsback and Lynn M. Andrews.
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