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  1. sarahbbgun

    Are these structures Stromatolites?

    I’ve been clearing out invasive vines from my neighborhood park/green space and came across these structures absolutely covered in fortunes spindle and green briar. I could see a little part poking out and wow I just had to uncover them. Could they be stromatolites? Or just layered ole weathered limestone boulders? My Google searches of stromatolites did turn up a few that resembled these structures. But only a few:) any thoughts are greatly welcomed!
  2. Cracked this open and found an interesting pattern. Is this evidence of a fossil within this limestone? If so what could it be? See the thin strands alongside the main “stem”. Why is the outer layer this color? Some pictures have had the contrast and saturation adjusted to aid with identification I’ve only been searching for and studying fossils and rocks for not even a year. Teach me all the things! The fossils that I’m familiar with in this area aren’t matching up. found near Beaman Park - north west Davidson County, Tennessee. This area has features of th
  3. As I have been researching large ctenacanthiform sharks from North America, I've been wondering if there are any known globally that are currently unnamed. I definitely know of the large Ctenacanthiformes Saivodus stratus (found in both what is now North America and Great Britain), the large Ctenacanthiform from the Permian Kaibab formation in Arizona, and the 'Texas supershark' (a likely large species of Gilkmanius) from the Pennsylvanian Texas Graham formation (all three as larger or larger than an adult Great White Shark (Carcharodon carcharias)). But are there any large ctenac
  4. SilurianSalamander

    Marine plants/terrestrial plants/macro algae?

    Found in the stone steps at estabrooke park quarried from the Devonian Milwaukee formation.
  5. Misha

    Holoptychius scale

    From the album: Misha's Late Devonian Fossils

    Holoptychius sp. Fammenian Ketleri Formation Venta River Latvia
  6. SilurianSalamander

    What are these Paleozoic fossils?

    All Devonian -ish. First is from port Huron, second is from the Milwaukee formation, third is from the Nike missile site in Waukesha WI
  7. SilurianSalamander

    What could this possibly be?!

    Found on a Devonian beach on Lake Huron in port Huron. Thanks!
  8. Bringing Fossils to Life

    My first trip to Penn Dixie

    I recently went to Penn Dixie for the first time and was not disappointed. Our tour guide first showed us the youngest rocks, then the pyrite. Here I found a tiny juvenile Tornoceras, Bactrites, and out guide showed us that individual septum can be found (see this post). I also found a fragment of a non-pyritized tiny Eldredgeops thorax. I found what HynerpetonHunter says is worm coprolites, and a few tiny brachiopods. Then, we went to the place where phosphate can be found. After that, we stayed a little at the place where fossils from the oldest layer were deposited in the soil, and I found
  9. MarcusFossils

    USA/New York/Devonian

    From the album: My Collection

  10. Doggeek

    help with Devonian fossils

    Hi All, Some of you helped me ID some fossils a few weeks ago, and I've been browsing around the forum learning lots ever since. My mother-in-law really enjoyed seeing the fossils I found, so this morning she hiked out with me on our first official fossil hunt. We found tons of crinoids and lots of great brachiopods, and a few mysteries that I'm hoping someone here can help us ID. From looking at area geological maps these are from the Devonian period and the Foreknobs formation. The first one here I am pretty sure is an intact crinoid, but would like confirmation:
  11. I bought these brachiopods last week, and would really like to remove this matrix. I also have more than two Brachiopods that need cleaned, I just thought I wouldn't need to take pictures of all of them. I would appreciate any help that you can give me, thanks in advance.
  12. Zebrafish

    ID help, Devonain, maybe coral?

    I'm new to the site, first post, great forum. My son and I found these in Devonian shale in Eastern PA. We also found Brachiopods. I thought maybe some type of coral? Scale is inches. Thanks for your help!
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