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  1. As promised, my second trip report covering my day trip last October to the two most famous Pennsylvanian-aged fossil locales in Texas is here! That same Saturday after visiting Mineral Wells and finally finding my first trilobites I made the hour drive north to Lake Jacksboro. For those who don't know, the Lost Creek Dam on the southeastern side of Lake Jacksboro was constructed from earth dug out of a borrow pit a short walk away. As the lake and its dam happen to sit on top of the Finis Shale Member of the Graham Formation (although there is debate that , which dates back to th
  2. mbarco

    Conularia sp.?

    It's an Ordovician decalcified mould of a....? Scale bar 5mm. One person told me that it might be arthropodian (for example the backside of an unidentified librigena), but all the others don't have any idea about it. I found on the "Treatise on invertebrate paleontology" (Part F - 1963) at p. F65 a resemblance with Conularia gracilis (first of all because it seems to lack transversal rows), also supported from a few very old pics from Google images. But I didn't find any modern confirmation of the "Conularia gracilis" existence. It could be a Conulariid (only 1 has ever been
  3. From USA, Pennsylvania, Blair County...... Silurian Clinton Group. In profile, this looks conical, with the point down in the sediment rather like a conularid. But viewed from above, it is ROUND.
  4. Nunes

    Conulariid fossil

    How do you go about selling a fossil? Do I need to get it appraised?
  5. Rexofspades

    Lost River Easter egg hunt

    Went on a little "Easter Egg Hunt" with my folks, found some excellent fossils. day was hot but I enjoyed it. I have provided my best ID, but please feel free to correct if you can identify it further! it helps with my labeling system for sure. this lizard was good luck right next to where my mom was standing i noticed this beauty sticking out of the rock further excavation revealed this possible horn coral? eldredgeops rana heads trilobite glabellar fold ( possibly Odontocephalus?) Dipleura rib impre
  6. Denis Arcand

    Teeny-weeny unknown

    I found the following Teeny-weeny fossil, among this colony of brachiopods. We can see many similar fragments all having the same size. I posted pictures of some of the best fragments. Found it in Nicolet River Formation near Montreal, Quebec. For me it looks like, maybe, a fragment of conularid, but I wasn't able to find anything exactly like it on the internet. Does somebody know what this is?
  7. Mainefossils


    So, in a previous post, I asked for the identification of a piece of an orthocone nautiloid. The general consensus was that it was a Spyroceras sp, or related genera. Now, I have found two specimens, which show some of the characteristics that that piece had. I first thought that they were nautiloids, but since they both had the same general structure and orientation, I began to wonder if they are Conularids. The morphology does not seem right, namely the separation between parts of the internal mold and its large segments; but I am at a loss to think of something better. The two s
  8. Dimitar

    Ordovician fossil

    Hello guys, please assist to identify this fossil. N. 1 N.2 N.3 N.4 N.5
  9. Rockwood

    fossil or not

    Found in a gravel pit on the west side of Moosehead lake, Maine. Likely Devonian (some lower) marine. Conularid congregation ? Concretion ?
  10. JimB88


    Haven't posted anything in a while so I thought I'd show this conularid I found in the Ft. Payne. Its from a black shale member of the Lower Mississippian (Osagean) Ft Payne Chert This is positive and negative of a large flattened individual. If you look along the sides of the fossil, you can see some sections of it have been displaced. I also want to show this plant impression from the Lower Pennsylvanian Raccoon Mountain Formation. Im not sure if its an impression of a log or a bunch of Cordites leaves. let me know what you think
  11. Ptychodus04

    Total Mystery

    This one is a mystery. My local rock shop owner got this in a collection he recently purchased. Any ideas?
  12. kurdelmb


    From the album: Fayette County Iowa

  13. FossilizedBob89


    From the album: Neuville, Quebec, Canada

    Conularid Neuvville Formation / Ordovician Quebec city Area, Quebec, Ca. The conularid is 2,3 cm long
  14. FossilizedBob89


    From the album: Neuville, Quebec, Canada

    Conularid Neuvville Formation / Ordovician Quebec city Area, Quebec, Ca. The conularid is 2,3 cm long
  15. From the album: Middle Devonian

    Conularia sp. Middle Devonian Upper Ludlowville Formation Hamilton Group Soule Road Quarry Pierceville, NY
  16. dudeman

    Here Is A Odd One...

    Hello All, I came across this fossil story ( http://www.scientifi...-nutrients-skin ) and it reminded me of an odd ball I found a few years back. I was fishing in Rock County, WI along the Turtle Creek (one of my favorite spots). It appears to me (a novice by any measure) to be a larger one followed by one or two smaller ones, at the same time it could be tracks for all I know?!?! But that is why I am here asking the experts, thank you to all who have a look. Here a a few pics...
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