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  1. OhioHeather

    NE Ohio Fossil ID Help Needed

    I recently found this fossil while walking in a shale creek bed in Cuyahoga County, Ohio (Northeast Ohio just south of Cleveland). The area is late Devonian - early Mississippian. The piece is approximately 11cm x 7cm (4.25in x 2.75in). Any help in identifying it would be greatly appreciated.
  2. Manticocerasman

    Well preserved goniatite prep.

    Lately Natalie is surpassing me on finding cephalopods. It is not every day that we find a Crickites sp. In the field, let alone a well preserved specimen with the living chamber. So I went to work to prep her precious find: It was a very promising looking specimen and it lived up to the expectations. Crickites sp. Late Devonian ( Frasnian ) Matagne formation Chimay area ( Belgium )
  3. Attached are photos of a fossil rock my son found in the eastern TN mountains in May 2017. We had stopped near the top of amountain in the Clinch Mountain range and this was sitting in small wash pile on the side of the road (it had recently rained; I had been told by a UTK Paleobiology professor that the mountains around Bean Station and road cuts along highway 25E in that area might yield Ordovician fossils, as many would weather out and could be found lying on the ground). I believe that these are mostly trace fossils - fossil burrows or thalassinoides, along with some corals and brachiopod
  4. Manticocerasman

    Orthocone prep

    It has been a while since I've posted on the forum, so here is a prepwork from this weekend It is a late devonian orthocone, it was quite a hustle to get this out of the rock, it broke in 3 pieces during the extraction in the field. Only a part of the shell was exposed, so I took a whole lenght of matrix back hoping that it contained a whole specimen, and it did The prepwork went realy well, and even the tip of the orthocone was preserved. The 3 parts glued back together, showing only a glimps of the orthocone: clearing out the fossil:
  5. ByronNWT

    Ripple marks or something else?

    Found this on my phone from two years ago not sure what i am supposed to be looking at? Threw water on it for some reason. Whole rock is about a foot long.
  6. D.N.FossilmanLithuania

    possible placoderm tooth, please help with ID

    Dear Guys, I recently found this flat tooth like remain in Devonian fluvial sandstone erratic, it is 6.5 mm length. I think it is some kind of placoderm but I very need the professional opinion. Order or family of this tooth would be very helpful! It is found in Varena town, South Lithuania. Best Regards Domas
  7. D.N.FossilmanLithuania

    Late Devonian Lungfish teeth from Lithuania

    Dear Guys, I noticed many different forms of Lungfish dental plates in my collection, especially from Late Famennian dolomites from the Zagare quarry. Please help to identify genera of these teeth, if you cannot do it then please help to find a specialist on this type and age of remains if you could. Best Regards Domas
  8. Manticocerasman

    Goniatite prepping

    It has been a while since I posted something decent on the forum. But to make up I got some preps from my last field trip ( from which I also failed to write a report :s ) All those goniatites are from my last visit in my favorite quarry, I got lucky that day, the activity in the quarry cleared out a perfect layer with lots of big cephalopods. Before I pose the prepped specimens, her is an overvieuw of what I found that day. It may not look as much, but those are all rocks with goniatite fossils in it.
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