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  1. Hey everyone, today I found a new locality!! This locality is in the famous Shawangunk formation and it produces rare eurypterids. I have found Shawangunk material at a few localities but its interesting to compare the abundance of fauna at different localities. This new locality (like the others) primarily produces Parahughmilleria, However, 2 odd specimens were also found. One really reminds me of the invalid species Dolichopterus otisius. It is likely Nanahugmilleria clarkei. The other specimen is much more odd to me it could be Hughmilleria shawangunk but it could also be Kiaeropterus otis
  2. A few days ago I spent the day collecting eurypterids with my good buddy Allan Lang. Firstly id like to thank Allan for his kindness towards me and his mentorship toward me, I'm very grateful towards him hes helped me a substantial amount and its always good seeing him. Anyway we probably found about a dozen good eurypterids as well as some neat associated fauna. Ill attach some photos below of some specimens we found! Top to bottom. Dolichopterus jewetti Undet cuticle, Prehaps the weathered carapace of Buffalopterus or Acutiramus. (Allan was generous enough to give this to me a
  3. Found last week in small stream in my yard south of Bham, AL which contains mainly early/mid Paleozoic era and potentially some late. This specimen resembles a crab fossil specimen from AL, but the time period doesn’t match up. Encyclopedia of AL Thus, what could it be? IMO, does not resemble the pics I find for Eurypterus pinchers. Another possibility is that it could have been mixed in with landscape river rocks rocks uphill from the stream?
  4. cameronsfossilcollection

    Eurypterus remipes

    From the album: Eurypterid Collection

    My first Eurypterus remipes, purchased at a local fossil shop.
  5. cameronsfossilcollection

    Acutiramus macrophthalamus

    From the album: Eurypterid Collection

    Partial claw belonging to the pterygotid, Actutiramus. Found at Lang’s quarry and gifted to me by Dean!
  6. cameronsfossilcollection

    Eurypterus lacustris

    From the album: Eurypterid Collection

    A Eurypterus lacustris prosoma from the closed Ridgemont quarry. From the Silurian aged Williamsville Formation in Ontario.
  7. cameronsfossilcollection

    Eurypterus remipes

    From the album: Eurypterid Collection

    A nice, smaller example of New York’s state fossil. Look at those walking appendages! This was a gift from Dean!
  8. cameronsfossilcollection

    Eurypterus remipes

    From the album: Eurypterid Collection

    Another large sea scorpion from Lang’s quarry. A gift from Dean!
  9. cameronsfossilcollection

    Eurypterus remipes

    From the album: Eurypterid Collection

    Large Eurypterus from Lang’s Quarry. Gifted to me by Dean Ruocco!
  10. From the album: Pennsylvania Eurypterids

    Eurypterus body. Collected by Dean Ruocco.
  11. From the album: Pennsylvania Eurypterids

    Eurypterus head. Collected by Dean Ruocco.
  12. From the album: Pennsylvania Eurypterids

    possible psedoniscus (Horseshoe crab). Collected by Dean Ruocco.
  13. From the album: Pennsylvania Eurypterids

    Eurypterus mortality plate. Collected by Dean Ruocco.
  14. From the album: Pennsylvania Eurypterids

    Complete Eurypterus. Collected by Dean Ruocco.
  15. From the album: Eurypterids from New York

    Eurypterus pittsfordensis from the Vernon formation Pittsford shale. Collector unkown.
  16. From the album: Fiddlers Green Formation

    Eurypterus remipes with good Gnathobase structure, appendage, and pathology showing. Langs Quarry, collected by Dean Ruocco.
  17. From the album: Fiddlers Green Formation

    First completeish eurypterid I found. Found at an Undisclosed road cut. by Dean Ruocco.
  18. From the album: Fiddlers Green Formation

    Group of Eurypterus remipes. . Langs Quarry was collected by Dean Ruocco.
  19. From the album: Fiddlers Green Formation

    roller Eurypterus remipes. . Langs Quarry.
  20. From the album: Fiddlers Green Formation

    Algae of some sort. . Langs Quarry was collected by Dean Ruocco.
  21. From the album: Fiddlers Green Formation

    Gomphoceras ruedemanni and maybe some sorta graptolite? Langs Quarry was collected by Dean Ruocco.
  22. From the album: Fiddlers Green Formation

    Some sorta Cephalopod. Langs Quarry was collected by Dean Ruocco.
  23. From the album: Fiddlers Green Formation

    Eurypterus remipes. Langs Quarry was collected by Dean Ruocco.
  24. From the album: Fiddlers Green Formation

    Eurypterus rempies. undisclosed road cut was collected by Dean Ruocco.
  25. From the album: Fiddlers Green Formation

    Big Pterygotid coxa. Langs Quarry was collected by Dean Ruocco. fiddlers green
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