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  1. Crankyjob21

    A paleo theory

    Now you guys can criticize me all you want with this theory, it’s just something I have thought of for a while. My theory is that hagfish (weird jawless fish with a primitive skull and no backbone) are in fact late surviving conodonts ( proto vertebrates from the Cambrian to late Triassic). First their Anatomy is very similar, a long eel like body, jawless appendages, and weird proto skulls. Another thing that’s supports my theory is that conodonts could have swam to deep water to escape environmental extinctions. So living in pitch dark water they lost their eyes but developed better olfactor
  2. Looking for conodonts, I found and meticulously cleaned this object-at first I thought insect wing, but then fish scale, then plant, then, nuthin special. Thoughts again appreciated!! What say ye? (Stark shale, between Winterset and Bethany Falls, Pennsylvanian) . Bone
  3. ThePhysicist

    Harding Sandstone Microfossils

    Back in May or so I got my hands on some micromatrix from the Harding Sandstone, CO, USA. This formation dates back to the Ordovician: ~450-475 mya. It's chock full of some really cool and important fossils. It has some of the earliest vertebrate material, and some of the earliest steps in the evolution of teeth! I hope this is an informative and fun look into an important period in life's history. If you feel I have mischaracterized something or have left out pertinent information, please do speak up! I do also plan to post more pictures as I sort through material. If there's something specif
  4. Last weekend I decided to take a short drive to Vermilion County, IL and get outside for a little bit. I haven’t been able to do any fossil hunting since COVID-19 reached our shores, so I had a few iffy sites less than 40 minutes from home in mind as I was driving. The first two proved fruitless, but I decided on a whim to take a new road over a local river in hopes of finding some exposures there. The river was running high with verdant growth all around and dragon and damselflies filling the air. As I looked down from the bridge I saw sandy shore, concrete bridge abut
  5. Keeping track of tiny fossils has been difficult for me, but penny holders have been a real help. I have begun using picture frames to hold and display my fossils in penny holders. These frames are 5x7 inches. The primary use I have made of the holders is for small pieces of shale each of which contains a conodont.
  6. Here are a few more conodonts I found today. I had no luck in getting any out of the matrix, so I took some in situ pictures. Like the one I posted yesterday, these are all from the Stark Shale Member, Kansas City Group, Pennsylvanian Subsystem. They range in size from 1-2 mm or so. Russ Below is a closeup of the specimen above.
  7. AverageCollegeStu

    Conodonts In The Cleveland Black Shale

    Hello, I'm having a little bit of trouble with some prep work with my conodonts. I'm doing some research and I'm trying to figure out a way to dissolve the black shale around the conodonts and not hurt them. This also would have to be practical and timely. Any help with be greatly appreciated. Thank you
  8. KansasFossilFinder

    Conodonts Or.....

    Today I went to lawrence to look for fossils in the heebner shale and found some fossils but a few i dont know what they are. I heard about conodont fossils there but thats about it. If you know what they are then please reply. Thanks Here it is again with measurement
  9. Feeding Mechanism of Conodonts Universitaet Zuerich, Youtube best wishes, Paul H.
  10. Lmshoemaker

    Sieves For Conodont Extraction?

    I know nothing about this topic, so please forgive me for my ignorance. A few months ago, before heading to my favorite site my stepdad took my on a side route claiming he knew a place that his uncle owned that had a whole lot of shale. He was right, and I picked up a lot of the shale, some new albany (black) shale. This is unfossiliferous, except for conodonts, and perhaps plant spores. I have some dissolving with vinegar, but I know nothing on extracting them after the rock is dissolved, I don't have any sieves, are there any stores that have sieves small enough for conodonts? (I can't int
  11. Part 2 Fossil mounts cont. I cut the ID lables to fit the coin holder I am going to use and glue it in the box using a glue stick. Let the glue dry, and coat the numbered area of the lable with a 50/50 mixture of white glue and water. Do not put it on thick, a thin coating will do. When this dries the holders will be ready to use. The blank area at the top is for location information. E) Magnifiers: You can use a hand lens of 20x to view the prepared sample but this will get real tedious if you are doing much looking. There are several other relatively cheap options. USB stand alone cam
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