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  1. SilurianSalamander

    Gastropods or tube worms?

    Found these weird spirals in this chunk of agatized rock. Devonian from Bradford beach in Milwaukee. Thanks!
  2. I've been researching good fossil sites near/at Milwaukee, Wisconsin (primarily from the Milwaukee Formation (dating to the Middle Devonian (Givetian)) when I just found out the most of the Devonian fish fossils that have been found from that formation have been found from a particularly member strata - the Berthelet Formation. Gass, Kenneth & Kluessendorf, Joanne & Mikulic, Donald & Brett, Carlton. (2019). Fossils of the Milwaukee Formation: A Diverse Middle Devonian Biota from Wisconsin, USA. I'm aware that time has seen the Milwaukee formation largely bu
  3. I find lots of these external moulds/trace fossils at the Milwaukee formation I hunt at. Any ideas? I’m stumped. Devonian terrestrial and marine deposit
  4. SilurianSalamander

    Marine plants/terrestrial plants/macro algae?

    Found in the stone steps at estabrooke park quarried from the Devonian Milwaukee formation.
  5. Tales From the Shale

    Estabrook Park 09/30/22

    I went to Estabrook two days ago just because I was in the area. I've hit this area multiple times before. Despite its low fossil yield I think it's an excellent place to start for any new fossil hunters getting into the hobby. The sole outcrop to be found here lies under the bridge overlooking the river rapids. It extends for roughly 30-45 feet. There are soils in the area that occasionally produce small bits of brachiopod and crinoid stem fragments as well. However I mostly keep to the main rock outcrop. Your most common finds within the park are tons of brachiopo
  6. SilurianSalamander

    Coalified wood?

    Found this larger chunk of rock (too hard to be modern charcoal) while sifting for microfossils. It has a metallic look to it and is fairly brittle. It was found on bradford beach on Lake Michigan and was likely eroded out of the mid Devonian Milwaukee formation which is known for its coalified trees and giant fungi. this looks like a lot of coalified wood I’ve seen pictures of, but I’m pretty new when it comes to plant fossils so this might just be mineral. Thanks!
  7. 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
  8. danu

    fossil ID (WI)

    Hey all! I took my little brother out fossil hunting on the lakeshore, I myself am no expert but it's been a lot of fun- we found a number of crinoid and brachiopod fossils and some cool rocks besides. Theres a couple that stumped us though, I've been googling references but nothing looks similar to me. It looked to me like some kind of coral, the second one might just be a rock with some holes in it, but they appear in a fairly regular pattern that intrigued me. Any input is appreciated!
  9. darkagetechllc

    Fossil ID needed

    We are interested in what the long skinny fossil with the flanges or fiber things are that look like a swimming thing. This fossil was found on the beach in Milwaukee Wisconsin United States on the shores of Lake Michigan. It was found on October 27, 2020.This fossil was found on the beach in Milwaukee Wisconsin United States on the shores of Lake Michigan. It was found on October 27, 2020.
  10. Jonnerkop

    Newbie here, is this a fossil?

    Hello all! I found this on a beach of lake Michigan in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. I was wondering/hoping it might be a fossil, I joined this form hoping someone could identify it. It was found on 7/20 washed up on a beach of small stones. thank you in advance for any response.
  11. iTeachMiddleSchool

    What's this? Found on a Lake Michigan Beach

    I found this rock and others like it. It feels sandy, has a few things like plant stems, leaves and seeds embedded and fossilized in it.
  12. I've been a member of the Milwaukee Public Museum for a few years now since I've had kids. That occasional school trip to the museum always fascinated me and brought wonders of the ancient world to my mind. It's almost unchanged since I was a boy, but I find new enjoyment from watching my children learn, explore, and imagine the way I did when I was younger. This museum isn't the greatest in the nation by any means, but it's the biggest in southeastern Wisconsin. Unfortunately Milwaukee isn't the industrial city it once was, and the museum doesn't get the funds to do much updating. The updatin
  13. bigred97

    Wisconsin Fossil?

    Hello! I'm a new fossil enthusiast in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I find Silurian and Devonian crinoids, gastropods, brachiopods, bryozoans, and corals here, mostly on the Lake Michigan shore. I found the attached rock in Door County, Wisconsin, about 3 hours north of here, in the water off of a public beach. It doesn't resemble anything else I've ever found. I am very curious about it so I would be thrilled if anyone can identify it or provide possibilities. The first pic is a little blurry but should give an idea about size. The other two should be good closeups. Thanks!
  14. BillyJWalker

    Milwaukee Fossils?

    Hey guys! I'm new to the forum and I was wondering if anyone was aware of any good sites in Milwaukee or even the surrounding counties? I've been here for a few years and a recent fossil trip this spring break re-sparked my love for fossils! Any advice or locations would be greatly apprecited!
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