This specimen shows flute casts on both sides. It is an unusually thin turbidite, being only about three mm. thick. The specimen is sandy- silty rather than muddy, which suggests that it is a proximal turbidite. It was collected from a small quarry just on the outskirts of Dolfor village, near Newtown, Powys. Between Dolfor and Llandrindod Wells. This quarry has yeilded some interesting specimens, including several cm. of bentonite, some quite large loaf shaped concretions, and concretions with about 50% interior calcite.