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  1. Mark Kmiecik

    E0042 ?Pecopteris oreopteridia

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, FOUND SPLIT. SPECIMEN 40mm X 10mm (1-9/16" x 3/8").
  2. From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 20mm X 17mm (13/16" x 11/16"). CONVEX HALF BROKEN NEAR, BUT NOT INTO SPECIMEN - GLUED.
  3. Mark Kmiecik

    C0086 ?Cyperites bicarinatus

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY LIGHT HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 23mm X 8mm (7/8" x 5/16").
  4. From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 39mm X 5mm (1-9/16" x 3/16").
  5. Mark Kmiecik

    B0023 Stem / pith cast

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    FOUND AS IS, SPECIMEN MEASURES 65mm x 25mm x 10mm (2-9/16" x 1" x 3/8"). HAS CRACKED AND BEGUN CRUMBLING. ALBUMEN APPLIED.
  6. Mark Kmiecik

    A0018 ?Millipede section

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 25mm x 5mm (1" x 3/16"). ACETIC ACID BATH APPLIED.
  7. Mark Kmiecik

    A0003 ?Bivalve + burrow?

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES OF SISIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. 19mm X 4.5mm (3/4" x 3/16"). ACETIC ACID BATH APPLIED.
  8. Jones1rocks

    Cyclopteris?

    This is a half nodule with impressions of several leaves and what I believe is a stem connecting them, from Mazon Creek. Are they Cyclopteris?
  9. Mark Kmiecik

    H0017 Lepidostrobophyllum lanceolatus

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY FREEZE/THAW METHOD & LIGHT HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 30mm X 8mm (1-3/16" x 5/16").
  10. Mark Kmiecik

    H0005 Neuropteris ovata

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY FREEZE/THAW METHOD & LIGHT HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 75mm X 40mm (2-15/16" x 1-5/8"). CONCAVE HALF BROKE INTO TWO PIECES LATERALLY - GLUED. YELLOW DEXTRIN APPLIED TO SPECIMEN.
  11. Mark Kmiecik

    F0007 Essexella asherae

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 31mm X 20mm (1-3/16" x 3/4").
  12. Mark Kmiecik

    F0005 Essexella asherae

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 42mm X 36mm (1-5/8" x 1-3/8").
  13. Mark Kmiecik

    F0004 Essexella asherae

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 35mm X 20mm (1-3/8" x 3/4").
  14. Mark Kmiecik

    F0003 Essexella asherae

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 50mm X 28mm (2" x 1-1/8").
  15. Mark Kmiecik

    E0098 Cyclopteris obicularis

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 11mm X 10mm (3/8" x 3/8").
  16. Mark Kmiecik

    E0057 Carpolithus sp.

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 32mm X 28mm (1-1/4" x 1-1/8"). CONVEX HALF BROKEN - GLUED.
  17. Mark Kmiecik

    E0040 ?Pecopteris sp.

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 20mm X 10mm (11/16" x 3/8").
  18. Mark Kmiecik

    E0025 Coprolite

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 29mm X 15mm (1-1/8" x 5/8").
  19. From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 18mm X 14mm (11/16" x 9/16"). BASAL PINNULE ONLY.
  20. Mark Kmiecik

    E0008 Lepidodendron lanceolatum

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY FREEZE/THAW & LIGHT HAMMER TAP. SPECIMEN 87mm X 45mm (3-7/16" x 1-3/4"). CONVEX HALF PARALLEL PLANE SPLIT GLUED. PART OF SPECIMEN SPLIT FROM SURFACE, GLUED. MILD ACETIC ACID BATH AND YELLOW DEXTRIN APPLIED.
  21. Mark Kmiecik

    E0001 Crenulopteris acadica

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY FREEZE/THAW & LIGHT HAMMER TAP. SPECIMEN 93mm X 25mm (3-5/8" x 1").
  22. Mark Kmiecik

    C0052 Coprolite

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 25mm X 10mm (1" x 3/8"). "FISH" SHAPED.
  23. Mark Kmiecik

    C0051 Radicites columnaris?

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 35mm X 35mm (1-3/8" x 1-3/8").
  24. Mark Kmiecik

    B0024 Crenulopteris acadica?

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES OF SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 50mm x 28mm (2" x 1-1/8"). ALBUMEN APPLIED TO SPECIMEN.
  25. Mark Kmiecik

    C0050 Lepidostrobophyllum lanceolatus

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 28mm X 8mm (1-1/8" x 5/16").
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