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Found 101 results

  1. Has anyone been successful in locating sponges and corals in the far western region of Utah called the Cowboy and Indian Pass region? I spent a day there recently and was unable to locate anything substantial.
  2. Pleurodictyum from Penn Dixie

    From the album Middle Devonian

    Pleurodictyum americanum (coral) Middle Devonian Windom Shale Moscow Formation Hamilton Group Penn Dixie Blasdell, NY. collected 7/3/15
  3. Corals From The Rockies

    Hi folks, given by a friend with a box of fossils, I have this piece to identify. As written on the back it comes from Parker Ridge, Mt. Athabasca, Banff National Park, Rocky Mountains, Alberta, Canada. Geological Layer: Palliser Formation, Upper Devon Measure is 2.75 x 2.75 in. Have got someone an idea what kind of coral it is? Best regards from Germany, Bernd
  4. From the album Middle Devonian

    Corals (left) Eridophyllum (center) Stereolasma (right) Heliophyllum Middle Devonian Halihan Hill Coral Bed Mount Marion Formation Hamilton Group Route 209 Kingston, NY
  5. Cryptocoenia choffati

    From the album Cnidaria

    Cryptocoenia choffati (Koby), Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 40 mm.
  6. Cnidaria

    From the album Cnidaria

    Cnidaria, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 30 mm.
  7. Dendrophyllia sp (?)

    From the album Cnidaria

    Dendrophyllia sp, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 80 mm.
  8. Cnidaria

    From the album Cnidaria

    Cnidaria, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 40 mm.
  9. Cnidaria

    From the album Cnidaria

    Cnidaria, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 70 mm.
  10. Calamosmilia sp

    From the album Cnidaria

    Calamosmilia sp, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 60 mm.
  11. Calamosmilia sp

    From the album Cnidaria

    Calamosmilia sp, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 50 mm
  12. Cnidaria

    From the album Cnidaria

    Cnidaria, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 50 mm
  13. Thecosmilia sp

    From the album Cnidaria

    Thecosmilia sp, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 60 mm.
  14. Pleurosmilia sp

    From the album Cnidaria

    Pleurosmilia sp, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 55 mm.
  15. Pleurosmilia sp

    From the album Cnidaria

    Pleurosmilia sp, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 55 mm.
  16. Dimorphastrea sp

    From the album Cnidaria

    Dimorphastrea sp, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 50 mm.
  17. Dimorphastrea sp

    From the album Cnidaria

    Dimorphastrea sp, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 70 mm.
  18. Cryptocoenia choffati

    From the album Cnidaria

    Cryptocoenia choffati, Camadas de Alcobaça formation, Kimmeridgian, Portugal. 70 mm.
  19. Rugosa

    Actinocyathus(Lonsdaleia)floriformis. Moscow basin ,Novogurovsky stone quarry,Serpukhovian Stage,Tarusian Substage. Petalaxis stylaxis. Moscow basin,Moscovian Stage,Podolskian Substage.
  20. Fossils From Gotland (Sweden)

    These are my fossils from Gotland (southern Sweden) and they are all from silurian age. I have only photographed the most interesting specimens specifically, as i have far too many specimens to fotograph. Also, most are unidentified as i do not have much knowledge of fossil corals (which i have a lot of), or clams / sea urchins, but anyways, here it is: Corals These corals are of various different species, my most common type being Catenipora. Sea Urchins Sea Urchins like these are also quite common on Gotland Other Specimens These two fossils are by far the best ones i have from my Gotland "Expedition", first off, a nearly perfect silurian clam with no restoration or repair (however quite some prepping): And one of my two larger self-collected orthocnes: Dawsonoceras. it was a orthocone, with an unknown size, as no complete specimen has never been found: Here is the "Gotland box" where i store my fossils from Gotland, and i have as i said way too many to photograph:
  21. Corals From Near Dallas Tx.

    I have been going through years of stuff and trying to document just what the heck I've got. Most of the corals I have are readily identifiable. Then there are some I just can't pin down. The first two set of pics are just such. Found in the Bridgeport Tex area. Pennsylvanian deposit. The second set of pics are corals found in the Dallas Ft. Worth area except the branching specimen it came from a creek near Sherman Tx. The one I am curious about is the one horn coral in top left of pic. It was found in the upper area of the California crossing site (Eagleford shale) Lower Britton Member. I have never seen a horn coral found in the Britton, so I finally got around to posting to see if anyone has any input on this specimen. I have some others and will post those on a separate thread soon. Jess B.
  22. Illustrations of Devonian fossils, : corals of the Upper Helderberg and Hamilton groups (1876) Darren.
  23. Various Fossils 3

    From the album Western Ky Fossil Hunt

  24. Various Fossils 2

    From the album Western Ky Fossil Hunt

  25. Various fossils 1

    From the album Western Ky Fossil Hunt

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