This first one is fairly easy to ID as
This next specimen is either
This specimen seems to fit the Paraspirifer type as it's large and nut shaped. The two valves have a roughly similar shape and you can see the same kind of muscle scar as on the above Mediospirifer/Platyrachella.
I'm not sure what this one is/was as it's been distorted as some point in the past. My instincts want to say that it's a Paraspirifer but I probably will never know.
This is another mold that has been severely distorted and thus I can't be sure what it was. I wonder how these fossils became warped when the rocks themseleves show no obvious tectonic distortions. My guess is that an animal burrowed near the shell after it was buried and the pressure broke it or (if it was softened by decay processes) pushed it out of shape.
Last is this specimen which I found with the matrix still intact enough to salvage. You can see the shell pops out of the matrix cleanly and still has some remnant shell material left. It's a little distorted but I think this is another Spinocyrtina based on the interarea size and shape.