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I am going to go to some real sites in eastern New York tomorrow, but I decided to check the rocks by a pond near my grandparents house where I found a couple trilobites and other Devonian fauna this summer. And I found this really nice Platyceras specimen which it turned out had a brachiopod fossil attached near the bottom, where the opening of the shell would be located. I highly doubt that these two organisms are articulated and fossilized together but I thought it was interesting and worth showing here.
Edgecitysilverdesign posted a topic in Fossil IDSo i found these fossils and im dying to know what they are! Can anyone help! I found them in smooth round stream river looking rocks(pic of the type rock im finding them inside included, thought it might help with id) that are lining are drainage ditch at a gas station. That first one resembles a hornets face so much! But as the rock its inside has seashell fossils inside it too thats probably highly unlikely. Ive been an avid gem collector and rock hound for a very long time. I know alot about crystals and minerals, plan to get my gemology degree from GIA eventually. But I know n
From the album: Fossildude's Early Jurassic Fish FossilsPartial back end of a Semionotus sp. Caudal, dorsal, anal, and pelvic fins are present. Early Jurassic, (Hettangian) Shuttle Meadow Formation. Connecticut. Also, note the Otozamites brevifolis pinnule, and the Diplurus longicaudatus coprolite just above the tail.
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