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  1. Bill Hoddson

    Michigan brachiopod question

    I have a piece of limestone found in a gravel pit. It contains two brachiopods I'm having a hard time identifying. Both appear to be the same species, just differing states of preservation. The larger is about 3/4" wide.
  2. Denis Arcand

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    From the album: Fossil Art

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  3. Denis Arcand

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    From the album: Fossil Art

    © Denis Arcand

  4. Denis Arcand

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    From the album: Fossil Art

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  5. Denis Arcand

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    From the album: Fossil Art

    © Denis Arcand

  6. Denis Arcand

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    From the album: Fossil Art

    © Denis Arcand

  7. Tidgy's Dad

    ADAM'S SILURIAN

    Hoooooooooooorrrrrrrrrrrraaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Here we are at last, into Adam's Silurian. Thanks for looking. First up is the Lower Silurian or Llandovery and I begin with a problem. I posted this one incorrectly in Adam's Ordovician as it had got it's label muddled up with an Ordovician Favosites I had that has vanished in the move here, but is being replaced by kind forum member @Herb Anyway, this, I remember now I've found the correct label, is from the greenish Browgill Formation, part of the Stockdale Group from a cutting near Skelg
  8. Praefectus

    REMPC-BR0005

    From the album: Prae's Collection (REMPC)

    REMPC BR0005 Brachiopod - Platystrophia sp. Ordovician Mount Aurburn Formation Maysville, Kentucky, United States
  9. Hi all. Managed to get out to Penn Dixie fossil park a couple weekends ago. Trilobite pieces and brachiopods from the Moscow formation. The lone head is the same on with a scale, one shown under magnifying glass. The same with the two bodies. The trilobite head looks like it's from an Eldredgeops rana. And the brachiopods Mediospirifier audaculus (lone) Rhipidomella sp .(pair). Thanks for viewing.
  10. Have some Mid Devonian brachiopod or bivalve shells that I am not sure about, tried to do some research on my own on what I found. Hoping to get some ID confirmation or help here. Greatly appreciate the help. 7 pictures below: 1. Bivalve Shell? Moscow Formation I believe 2. Brachiopod Shell, never found another like this one? Windom Shale from Livingston Co. Wondering the difference between these two spirifers: 3. 4. 5. Rhipidomella? 6. or is this Rhipidomella?
  11. A recent trip to the Madison Group near Yogo, MT turned up a small exposure for Mississippian fossils, mostly small crinoid hash plates but with a few little surprises. I'm still learning about different types of fossiliferous rocks; I believe this was an outcropping of limestone. I tried to locate these fossils in the National Audubon Society's Field Guide to Fossils, but I'd like to get an opinion from someone who knows much more than I do (which, let's be honest, isn't very much ) 01: These were the largest brachiopods I recovered from the site. Perhaps schuchertella? 02: T
  12. Hi everyone take a look at this brachiopod shell in this rock I removed that came out complete in the creek today. here is a photo :
  13. On saturday I went on my first fossil hunting trip of 2021 with the BVP. Normally we would visit my favorite quarry "the Romontbos quarry" in Eben-Emael which is Maastrichtian in age, but due some complications that trip has been posponed till the end of September. Instead we went to the SETIM quarry in Tontelange in Belgian Luxembourg which was quite cool as it supposedly only the 2nd that this quarry allowed fossil hunting so everyone was quite excited. The rocks we hunted in this quarry are Jurassic in age, mainly Hettangian & Sinemurian. The lower levels of the quarr
  14. This past Sunday, I had about 2 hours to spare, and wanted to look for fossils. I obviously couldn’t go far, so I decided to see whether I might have any luck fossil hunting along the Iowa River right in Iowa City. The exposure there is from the Coralville Member of the Cedar Valley Formation, which is mostly Devonian limestone and Dolomite. The faunal diversity in this strata is not great - some solitary and colonial corals, a smattering of brachiopods and bryozoans, and a few small crinoidal columnals. I had time to check out two locations very near downtown Iowa City, and both within two mi
  15. Praefectus

    REMPC-BR0006, BR0008

    From the album: Prae's Collection (REMPC)

    REMPC-BR0006, BR0008 Brachiopods - Indeterminate species Silurian Waldron Shale St. Paul, Indiana, USA
  16. Rexofspades

    Lost river trip 08/29/2021

    Hi all! Went on an expedition to Wardensville this weekend to try out some new equipment, decided to go to the Lost river quarry and try my hand at shale splitting. The drive was nice and uneventful. but eventually I made it to the spot. The scree was more treacherous than I expected, has to use my new rockhammer as a pick of sorts to help anchor myself. this was my very first time to this locality, doing anything like this for that matter, so I had no idea what I would find if anything. after scrambling up to the rock wall and looking over the texture my eyes were met with the fir
  17. Scottnokes2015

    Can i get some help please

    Hello everyone I have this strange little Brachiopod which i know nothing about. Its about just over 3/8th In. I don't know were its from, i got it from someone Can anyone tell me a possible ID and if it looks from a particular area. Is it Mississippian? Thank you
  18. Misha

    Deep Springs Road fossil IDs

    Hello friends! I've had some time to sort through, organize and take photos of fossils from my recent trip to DSR. I have also attempted to ID some of my finds using Lindsey's Devonian Paleontology of NY but have found doing so with the bivalves especially difficult, I'm not sure if that is up to me not having experience with then, them being generally harder to differentiate or a bit of both. Starting off with the lophophorates: 1. This brachiopod is a Chonetid, I initially just thought that it was Devonchonetes which is common at the site but looking closer it looked much more
  19. A.C.

    Brachiopod

    From the album: A.C.'s Cretaceous New Jersey

    Choristothyris plicata (Say) Big Brook
  20. Making replicas of my fossils has always been something very interesting to me, but for the longest time I wasn't sure about how it should be done, casting although it could preserve a lot of detail can be pricy if you want to make replicas of multiple different fossils and it is something that I am just very unfamiliar with. From that point my attention turned to 3d printing as this technology can allow us to replicate objects fairly inexpensively, but when I started to looking at 3d scanning for actually making the models I found that scanners were not all too cheap either ranging from about
  21. Cherri

    Is this a brachiopod?

    Is this one?
  22. Show us your favorite brachiopod fossil in your Collection!
  23. Hello all! I found a glacier transported fossil in unusually good condition in Southern New Jersey so I was wondering if anyone could get specific on it as to species and genus. Obviously, it was found severely out of its original formation so I'm not sure we can get any detail on this but I figured I'd try!
  24. Mainefossils

    Camarotoechia brachiopod

    I finished prepping this specimen recently, an unidentified Camarotoechia brachiopod. It exhibits an uncommon/rare orange coloration; only about 1/100 of Camarotoechia brachiopods show it. This one, though, unfortunately has some compression damage on the right side, and some of the ridges have pieces missing. The pictures below first show the pre-prep photo (which I finally remembered to take), and the post-prep. Thanks everyone for reading!
  25. RuMert

    Lingula sp.

    From the album: Late Jurassic brachiopods of European Russia

    Moscow Oblast, Bronnitsy, Late Oxfordian, Am. serratum zone
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