Brachiopodes are sometimes not at all easy to identify down to the species, particularly the orders of the Rhynchonellida and Terebratulida which have innumerable variations and species in Jurassic times, for instance. So it could be that I'm not always right, which is why there are a lot of question marks.
I don't have all that many teeth like a lot of collectors here in this Forum, but I have found, purchased or traded for a few fishy things along the way.
Update New Year's 2019: The collection has been growing thanks to trades, purchases and my own field finds.
From Solnhofen limestone in Bavaria, Germany. Features over 30 specimens, many of which have dendritic halos.
Mesozoic - Jurassic - Upper/Late
Acquired from an auction house in Sydney, Australia on March 19.
Fossils from the Manasquan River Basin, Freehold, New Jersey- found in the Pinna Layer just above the Iridium Layer and the K-T boundary, a marine community that survived the asteroid collision that wiped out the dinosaurs and many other species of animals.
These fossils were found in gravel matrix from the reject pile at the Aurora Museum in N.C.. Finds by Ancient Bones, photography by old bones. Please feel free to let us know if any corrections are required.