The Athyris spiriferoides brachiopod fossil found in the Jeffersonville or Beechwood Limestone of Clark County, Indiana. It is too bad part of the fossil is broken off. The species was named by Eaton in the American Journal of Science and Arts, volume XXI. page 137, published 1831 (also referred to as Terebratula spiriferoides). I have only found two of these fossils and this one is the first showing an internal mold.
The Smithsonian Department of Paleobiology Collections database lists three specimens in their collection: PAL 174179 (hypotype - Mahantango Formation - Hamiliton Group - Frame Shale Member - Bedford County, PA), PAL 177384 (hypotype - Romney Formation - Hamiliton Member - Alleghany County, MD), and PAL 177385 (hypotype - Romney Formation - Hamiliton Member - Alleghany County, MD).