bindstone An autochthonous carbonate rock, with original components organically bound during deposition. The organisms encrust and bind the finer matrix sediment together, but the binding organisms need not necessarily be preserved, as in the case of stromatolites. See EMBRY AND CLOVAN CLASSIFICATION.
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