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  1. The bones of mammoths, woolly rhinoceros and hyena are among the remains discovered in a cave during the construction of new houses in Sherford, near Plymouth. They date to the middle of the last Ice Age between 60,000 and 30,000 years ago. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/england/devon
  2. will stevenson

    Wilmington cretaceous Ammonites

    Hi guys, these Ammonites are from the cenomian phosphatic chalk layer found in the Wilmington white heart lane pit in the 1970s and I was wondering if it was possible to identify them? Thanks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. thanks again
  3. GinkgoBiloba

    Possible fossil? found in Devon, UK

    Hello all, I found an interesting looking rock while walking along a forest path in mid Devon, and think it could be a fossil of some kind. If someone could give me an idea of what this is, I would be grateful! Please let me know if you need additional photos/information. Apologies if it's just a rock.
  4. Ludwigia

    Schizophoria iowaensis (Hall 1858)

    From the album: Brachiopoda

    ø28mm. Cerro Gordo Member, Lime Creek Formation, Frasnian, Late Devonian. Location: Rockford, Iowa, USA. Thanks to my Secret Santa Crusty Crab.
  5. From the album: Brachiopoda

    ø22mm. Cerro Gordo Member, Lime Creek Formation, Frasnian, Late Devonian. Location: Rockford, Iowa, USA. Thanks to my Secret Santa Crusty Crab.
  6. Ludwigia

    Tentaculites

    I knew already beforehand that this one would take me a dog's age to get it done, so I decided to keep an eye on the time. Sure enough, this took me the better part of 23 hours to get it completed. A hash plate full of lots of Tentaculites sp. from the Middle Devonian Givetian deposits at Hungry Hollow, Ontario. Thanks to Peter Lee for the photo.
  7. Ludwigia

    Tentaculites sp.

    From the album: Sketches

    A hash plate from the Middle Devonian Givetian deposits in the clay pit at Hungry Hollow, Arkona, Ontario, Canada. Thanks to Peter Lee for the original photo of it.
  8. Ludwigia

    Emmonsia emmonsi (Rominger 1876)

    From the album: Corals

    8x7cm. Formosa Reef, Amherstburg Formation, Middle Devon. Found at a roadcut on Rd.12 north of the town of Formosa, On., Canada.
  9. From the album: Trilobites

    Cranidium 2cm. Formosa Reef, Amherstburg Formation, Middle Devon. Found at a roadcut on Rd.12 north of the town of Formosa, On., Canada.
  10. From the album: Trilobites

    Pygidium 2cm. Formosa Reef, Amherstburg Formation, Middle Devon. Found at a roadcut on Rd.12 north of the town of Formosa, On., Canada.
  11. From the album: Nautiloidea

    2cm. long. Partial. Formosa Reef, Amherstburg Formation, Middle Devon. Found at a roadcut on Rd.12 north of the town of Formosa, On., Canada.
  12. From the album: Nautiloidea

    6x3cm. Formosa Reef, Amherstburg Formation, Middle Devon. Found at a roadcut on Rd.12 north of the town of Formosa, On., Canada.
  13. Ludwigia

    Heterophrentis sp.

    From the album: Sketches

    Original found in the Givetian Widder Formation, Hungry Hollow Member at Hungry Hollow, Arkona, On., Canada.
  14. Ludwigia

    A Coral

    I found this rugose coral 2 years ago in the south pit at Hungry Hollow. I didn't take out very many corals that time since I already had a substantial collection of them from previous trips, so I was getting picky. But I really did like the looks of the underside of this one, which is why I stuck it in my pocket. Now I've chosen it for reproduction.
  15. Sally Hunt

    Huge concretion? Identification

    I hope this is the place to learn some knowledge. My husband works in a quarry in Devon and after a blast has come across these four beautiful giant concretions? Which were in a pocket together. I would be interested to know what they are made of. We have washed the one which was the smallest - the only one he could carry -the colours seem to be very red with some orange. There is also another which is around 1.2meters across which we will be adding to our set. I would be interested in any information regarding our new found rocks
  16. will stevenson

    Wilmington cretaceous fossils

    Hi guys, I thought I’d give you a bit of background first, Wilmington quarry (bovey lane pit) was a quarry located in Devon that closed many decades ago. It was well known for its vertebrate remains but due to strict access, there isn’t too much material floating around, even in older collections. anyway these fossils come from the Wilmington sands member of the grey chalk subgroup, upper chalk anyway I can’t really find any literature on it so I’ve based my id’s on the gault clay which is only slightly older, feel free to correct me 1. squalicorax primaevus? You you can
  17. I am brand new to fossils and this forum.. and just dug a large boulder up in the garden which is full of bedrock like this. Is this a leaf?
  18. A few old collection specimens of Devon coral that I've acquired over the years. In scarce supply now, the south Devonshire area around Torquay and Teignmouth was once (mainly 19th and early 20th c) the centre of an ornamental "marble" industry. Much of it went into high class interiors (floors, pillars etc.) but there was a large usage of small pieces for ornamental objects (desk furniture, trinket boxes) and also as inlay pieces for magnificent tables. Fossil specimens were also specifically sold as such. It's not a true marble but a range of well compressed, heated and mineralise
  19. will stevenson

    cenomian ptychodus set

    hi guys i recently purchased a nice set of ptychodus teeth from the cenomian chalk of Wilmington,Devon, was told that they were likely associated, any help would be good, im thinking either ptychodus marginalis or mammilaris
  20. Taxonomy according to Fossilworks.org. Characteristics of the genus according to Südkamp 2017, p. 110: “The cup is cone-shaped. The arms are very long, unbranched and without pinnules. They consist of elongate elements. The anal sac is arm-like. The round stem consists of low elements proximally.” T. elongatus is characterized by arms that can be more than 20 times the height of the cup. Identified by oilshale using Südkamp 2017. References: Follmann, O. (1887) Unterdevonische Crinoiden. Verhandlungen des Vereins Rheinland, xliv 1887: pp. 113-138. Südkamp, W. (201
  21. Hey all! I was visiting the Jurassic Coast in Devon yesterday and found these 3 fossils (I think) under the rocky cliffs on Lulworth Cove in Devon, England. ..does anyone know what they might be please? I have labelled each one 1, 2 and 3 and number 3 has 3 pictures attached; 3a,3b,3c. Unfortunately this is larger and a more difficult shape of rock to photograph. any help or advice on the ID of any of these would be great. PS. I am an amateur and have no idea if they even are fossils, but it would be exciting if they were. Thanks again for any
  22. From the album: Gastropods and Bivalves Worldwide

    3x On a hash plate from the north pit at Hungry Hollow, Ontario along with brachiopod and crinoid debris. Arkona Shale Formation, Givetian, Middle Devon.
  23. Ludwigia

    Callipleura nobilis (Hall 1860)

    From the album: Brachiopoda

    3cm. Hungry Hollow Member Widder Formation Givetian Middle Devon Found at the south pit at Hungry Hollow, Arkona, On., Canada
  24. From the album: Gastropods and Bivalves Worldwide

    5cm. long Hungry Hollow Member Widder Formation Givetian Middle Devon Found at the south pit at Hungry Hollow, Arkona, On., Canada
  25. Ludwigia

    Heterophrentis sp. (Billings 1875)

    From the album: Corals

    4.5cm. A nicely formed little sample with iron pyrites. Hungry Hollow Member Widder Formation Givetian Middle Devon From Hungry Hollow, Arkona, Ontario, Canada
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