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  1. Ludwigia

    Maclurites sp. (Le Seuer 1818)

    From the album: Gastropods and Bivalves Worldwide

    ø 8.5cm. Farr Formation, Chatfieldian, Late Ordovician. Site: Temiskaming, On., Canada.
  2. tombk

    Ordovician Maclurites?

    Hi all, I'm on vacation about 8 miles east of Galena Illinois. I was going to wait until I got home to post a travel piece. I'm too excited to wait, though. I had reached out to a few rock/fossil clubs asking whether there are any known collecting sites around here, and nobody knew of any. There's a road-cut near where I'm staying, and I found what I think is a maclurites fossil! It's not in the best condition, but not bad for about 450-million years old! From what I can tell, the exposed rock around here is in the Galena Group (Trenton Limestone). One app says the stratigraphic unit is the Mi
  3. Hi all. I posted about a week ago in this forum with what I thought was a Maclurites fossil I found in the Galena Group in Illinois: http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/116602-ordovician-maclurites/. Others agreed with me. There are two parts of this fossil that I wonder about. One is fairly large and may be a piece where the outer shell of the Maclurites broke to reveal an inner layer. It may also be a second specimen that was fossilized along with the Maclurites, replacing part of it. (I bet there's a term for that, but I don't know it!) This part of the specimen stands out by vir
  4. This is my first post of a Fossil Trip I took. I'm also fairly new to identifying fossils and researching the geological makeup of various sites. The trip was fun and writing about it really helped me organize my finds. (Sorry to use a sharpened pencil to indicate size. I want to get one of those cool metallic-looking cubes I see on TFF. If somebody can tell me where to get one, I'd be very grateful.) I recently went on vacation about 8 miles East of Galena, Illinois. I had checked with a few local and regional rock and fossils groups to see whether anybody knew of collecting sites
  5. We are having a highly unusual, but welcome, respite from winter here in Minnesota. Temps have been in the 40s and 50s for several days and the snow is slowly departing. Rain is even forecast for tomorrow, but snow is predicted to return next weekend, so a fossil hunt sounded like a wonderful pursuit for a Sunday afternoon. The breezes were light, even balmy for February, green grass blades are starting to poke through and a flight of geese could be seen in the blue skies heading north - a sure sign of an early spring. I headed to one of my favorite hunting spots to see if it was melted off.
  6. Labor Day in southeastern Minnesota dawned clear with temps climbing into the 80s and an uncomfortable humidity level, but the wind was blowing off the prairie and it was a good day to hunt fossils. This year at 60 I have begun to feel my age and found that I do not hunt as often or as long as I had previously, and I'm taking more pictures of fossils than carrying rock. My first stop was a favorite quarry that appears to be shutting down as they are planting grasses and only seem to be using it for storage of gravels and sand - no new blasting. I started out on the upper portion that overlo
  7. I noticed this rock last year at my favorite quarry, but no fossils. This year WOW! I just had to have it! Maclurites & Hormatomas showing. Ordovician Stewartville member of the Galena I decided to make this specimen rock into a seat near the entrance of my home. There are 4 cement blocks set under it. I love to sit there and feed the chickens treats. The tape measure on the back is for scale and Henny Penny decided to pose as well. LOL A closer look at the top. And yes, that is a tiny troll house in front. Brand New Grandma
  8. Bev

    Maclurites in the deck

    From the album: The "Bev Formation"

    There are numerous Maclurites throughout the deck.
  9. Hi Guys and Gals! Just found this today--Nov. 18, 2012--this will be the showpiece of my collection so far! It is 17 inches tall and 6 inches wide. Dolomite of the Stewartville member of the Galena Formation, Ordovician. Fillmore County, MN. The same quarry as I posted on the Fossil Hunting Trips forum last week or so. I recognize 3 Maclurites and a cephalopod at the top. This is what I am a little confused on. Could be a gastropod? Could be a coiled ceph? Maybe one piece of crinoid? I am going to have to do a reply to add more pics because I am out of room
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