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HannahB posted a topic in Fossil IDhi i found this today in northumberland in carboniferous rock. could this be a trilobite?
Th13teen13 posted a topic in Fossil IDHi I am Wondering if anyone could give this fossil an ID the seller called it “Carboniferous Eurypterid” and it was from Knob Noster, Missouri they said it could be Adelophthalmus what do you guys think? The first picture is the fossil the second 2 are Adelophthalmus fossils found from the same location
No idea what this one is
BrightStarGirl posted a topic in Fossil IDBeen finding more of this texture but this is the largest I have found and am not sure what it is. Burlington/ Keokuk 1cm at widest, second picture using a jeweler’s loop
What makes these beautiful patterns?
Steph posted a topic in Fossil IDI’m probably getting close to my question limit for today, yet I can’t stop thinking about the pattern on the rocks. Are they trace fossils or just pretty iron staining? I’m headed back to where I collected these (Crane Hill, AL) tomorrow & it would be nice to be able to explain to my nieces. I was thinking about Graptolites, though I can’t match up the patterns to those I see in my books. Google search of pic 1/2 pulls up Stromatolites. Pic 3 is the back of pic 1/2 pic 4 includes more examples Thanks for looking.
The Paleozoic micro shark collection
fossilsonwheels posted a topic in Member CollectionsI starting photographing some of the micro shark remains we’ve found in our matrix searches. I’m taking a break from fossils for awhile and from TFF so I wanted to get some of these posted. The ID’s are educated guesses based on publications I’ve read. I’m open to other suggestions. This originally started as a way to add some Devonian shark material but has really been a fantastic learning experience too. We’ve added some fossils to the collection for sure and some hard to find early shark genera. The knowledge gained is the big thing and it has been super fun. Few c
Penniretopora grandis AKA Glauconome Grandis - Carbonifirous Bryozoa
Spookwoman posted a gallery image in Members Gallery
From the album: Irish Coral algae and BryozoanUpdated not ichthyorachis newenhami but Penniretopora grandis aka Glauconome GRANDIS found at Hook head Lighthouse Co Wexford Ireland - Carbonifirous Bryozoa. Glauconome GRANDIS. M'Coy. (PL XXVIII. fig. 3). Sp. Ch.—Stem less than twice the thickness of the lateral branches; lateral branches rather more than the width of the midrib apart, obscure ; lateral branches carinate, and bearing two alternating rows of very small, round, prominent pores, which indent the margin slightly ; the stem is obscurely carinate, and has usually two rows of small, round, prominent pores, which do not