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  1. Mark Kmiecik

    J0021 Septarian

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SEPARATED BY FREEZE/THAW METHOD & LIGHT HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 37mm X 30mm (1-7/16" x 1-3/16"). MILD SULFURIC ACID BATH APPLIED.
  2. Mark Kmiecik

    J0018 Neuropteris ovata

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SEPARATED BY FREEZE/THAW METHOD & LIGHT HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 70mm X 25mm (2-3/4" x 1"). FRAGMENT OF EACH HALF GLUED BACK INTO POSITION.
  3. Mark Kmiecik

    E0106 Macroneuropteris macrophylla

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    CONVEX HALF SIDERITE CONCRETION, FOUND AS-IS. SPECIMEN 63mm X 21mm (2-7/16" x 13/16").
  4. Mark Kmiecik

    E0073 Macroneuropteris macrophylla?

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY FREEZE/THAW METHOD & LIGHT HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 80mm X 27mm (3-3/16" x 1-1/16"). BOTH HALVES GLUED.
  5. Mark Kmiecik

    E0048 ?Crenulopteris acadica

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 70mm X 30mm (2-3/4" x 1-3/16").
  6. Runner64

    MC 00001 - Astreptoscolex anasillosus

    From the album: Mazon Creek - Fauna

    Species - Astreptoscolex anasillosus Location - Mazonia-Braidwood Wildlife Area Formation - Francis Creek Shale
  7. Mark Kmiecik

    J0005 ?Mariopteris nervosa

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    FRAGMENT OF CONCAVE HALF OF SIDERITE CONCRETION, FOUND AS-IS. SPECIMEN 50mm X 21mm (2" x 13/16"). MILD SULFURIC ACID BATH APPLIED.
  8. Mark Kmiecik

    A0003 ?Bivalve + burrow?

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES OF SISIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. 19mm X 4.5mm (3/4" x 3/16"). ACETIC ACID BATH APPLIED.
  9. Mark Kmiecik

    J0019 ?Pecopteris sp.

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SEPARATED BY FREEZE/THAW METHOD & LIGHT HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 50mm X 18mm (2" x 11/16"). MILD SULFURIC ACID BATH APPLIED.
  10. Mark Kmiecik

    J0015 ?Senftenbergia plumosa forma dentata

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SEPARATED BY FREEZE/THAW METHOD & HAMMER BLOW. PART OF BOTH HALVES CRUMBLED. SPECIMEN 43mm X 28mm (1-11/16" x1-1/16"). NONE. MILD SULFURIC ACID BATH APPLIED.
  11. Mark Kmiecik

    J0013 Unidentified flora

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SEPARATED BY FREEZE/THAW METHOD & LIGHT HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 40mm X 27mm (1-9/16" x 1-1/16"). TWO FRAGMENTS OF RIM OF CONVEX HALF GLUED INTO POSITION. MILD SULFURIC ACID BATH APPLIED.
  12. Mark Kmiecik

    J0006 Unidentified

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    CONCAVE HALF OF SIDERITE CONCRETION, FOUND AS-IS. SPECIMEN 24mm X 14mm (15/16" x 9/16").
  13. From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 15mm X 15mm (5/8" x 5/8"). BASAL PINNULE.
  14. Mark Kmiecik

    C0104 Macroneuropteris scheuchzeri

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    CONVEX HALF SIDERITE CONCRETION, FOUND AS IS. APPARENTLY HAMMERED AND DISCARDED BY SOMEONE. SPECIMEN 44mm. X 12mm (1-3/4" x 1/2").
  15. Mark Kmiecik

    C0098 Unidentified flora

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 18mm X 9mm (11/16" x 3/8"). CONVEX HALF LOOSE IN MATRIX.
  16. Mark Kmiecik

    C0081 Unidentified

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    CONCAVE HALF OF SIDERITE CONCRETION, FOUND AS-IS.SPECIMEN 23mm X 15mm (7/8" x 5/8").
  17. Mark Kmiecik

    C0042 Macroneuropteris macrophylla

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 50mm X 18mm (2" x 11/16"). ACETIC ACID BATH APPLIED.
  18. Mark Kmiecik

    Mazon Creek ID help - 5 more

    Calling on the usual members, again, to either confirm or refute my attempt at ID on these five Mazon Creek specimens. Thanks in advance. @bigred97 @connorp @deutscheben @fiddlehead @flipper559 @Nimravis @Plantguy @RCFossils @Runner64 @stats @TheRocksWillShoutHisGlory Oops, just realized I did not include any size info. These are all close to the same size -- about 1.5 inches (4.25 cm) in the greatest dimension.
  19. Mark Kmiecik

    J0012 Unidentified flora

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SEPARATED BY FREEZE/THAW METHOD & LIGHT HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 40mm X 4mm (1-9/16" x 3/16"). EXHIBITS UNUSUAL STRIATIONS. MILD SULFURIC ACID BATH.
  20. Mark Kmiecik

    J0011 ?Crenulopteris subcrenulata

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SEPARATED BY FREEZE/THAW METHOD & LIGHT HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 18mm X 10mm (11/16" x 3/8"). MILD SULFURIC ACID BATH.
  21. Mark Kmiecik

    J0010 Annularia radiata

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SEPARATED BY FREEZE/THAW METHOD & LIGHT HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 22mm X 14mm (7/8" x 9/16"). SINGLE WHORL.
  22. Mark Kmiecik

    J0009 Annularia inflata

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SEPARATED BY FREEZE/THAW METHOD & LIGHT HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 27mm X 25mm (1-1/16" x 1"). SINGLE WHORL WITH INTERESTING PROXIMAL FEATURE.
  23. Mark Kmiecik

    C0082 Calamariophyllum sp.

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 21mm X 18mm (13/16" x 11/16"). CONVEX HALF BROKEN IN HALF, GLUED.
  24. Calling on the usual members, again, to either confirm or refute my attempt at ID on these five Mazon Creek specimens. Thanks in advance. @bigred97 @connorp @deutscheben @fiddlehead @flipper559 @Nimravis @Plantguy @RCFossils @Runner64 @stats @TheRocksWillShoutHisGlory
  25. Mark Kmiecik

    I0003 Unidentified

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 15mm X 3mm (5/8" x 1/8"). CALCIFIED.
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