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  1. Samurai

    Weird Fossil ( Missouri )

    Location is in Missouri The area is dated to the Pennsylvanian Formation: Probably apart of the Raytown limestone member Found this weird fossil on my latest fossil hunting trip, I personally believe it to be some sort of Amminoid since the pattern seems to extend away from the shell and not towards it, but I have only found Nautiloids in the area ( Only 2 spiral shaped specimens that do not look like this and 3 cone shaped.) If anyone can Identify if this is a an Ammonoid or something else I would love to know more! the mi
  2. This weekend I visited again a late ordovicium site north of Oslo, as I now know is the katian period (that applies to the earlier posts on this website which I then, mistakenly, thought was middle ordovicium). First, for the first time I found two graptolites in a limestone, and first time in this site, I m not sure but I think it is graptolites, but it seems so. Next, I found this stone which, I believe, includes an Gompoceras Nautiloid (the brown in the middle) and some nice gastropods. The size of the Nautiloid is about 4,5 cm. And then this small gastro
  3. There are so many tens of thousands of fossils at the lakefront park that I never get bored, and sometimes one finds something new. Today we saw the first trilobite portion ever in this rock. There were also some colony creatures I didn't expect. 'Ordinary' finds were beautiful lamp shells, Pterotheca expansa, gastropods, and cephalopods including Beloitoceras.
  4. NWARockhound

    Sandstone Nautilus Steinkern?

    I found this intriguing rock in Northwest Arkansas, in the Bloyd Formation I believe (carboniferous). It really looks like a steinkern to me, but I've only found limestone steinkerns before, hence my doubts. It's approx. 3" x 2"
  5. Here are some of the cephalopod fossils from my latest fossil hunting trip. Enjoy!
  6. Oye I managed to get my hands on some very rare stuff (at least in terms of my local area) while hunting this last month in the Georgian Bay Formation in Toronto, Canada. Some of these fossils have been some of the nicest I've ever found, and will probably look even better with a little cleaning. Let's start things off with the usual nautiloids with a side of bivalves: Treptoceras crebriseptum I love these plates so much - they are currently some of my favourite fossils in my whole collection at the moment Treptoceras crebriseptum for the first th
  7. Heres' are some Kaibab Formation nautiloids I found this weekend.
  8. Emthegem

    Another classic trip

    Another decent haul over the last few days. Bunch of nautiloids and whatnot, a couple mussels. These were my favourites from the last 2 days in the river. This was a biiiiig nautiloid, and after cleaning it I realized there were two of them! wowowowo! (Sorry the picture didn't turn out quite that nice) This is probably one of my highest quality specimen so far, although it did break near the end when extracting it from the matrix.
  9. Wowowow I was very surprised to find all this amazing stuff today at my favourite river bank fossils spot of the Etobicoke creek. I managed to snag a whole lot of stuff today, some Orthoconic Nautiloids, Brachipods and what I believe to be the nicest tentaculite I've ever seen!!! The fossils are from the Georgian Bay Formation and they were found in the broken up "rock fields" next to the creek. This is going to be one of my longer posts, so I will have to split them up into section. The full haul, with the typical estwing 22 ounce rock pick (33 cm from bottom of the han
  10. In my ongoing hunt to find as many different cephalopods as I can here are some nautiloids! All found in Central Texas, the most recent one just last week in the Dessau Formation in Austin Chalk. I thought it was an echinocorys echinoid (which is what I was actually looking for....goes to show that you should look for something other than what you actually want to find.... or just be happily surprised with what you DO find). The little round part was sticking out of the wall and I was so excited! Popped it out with my screwdriver and lo and behold, there was more to it in the wall...I could
  11. Steve D.

    Cephalopod section?

    Need help with identification. I have a pretty strong idea that this is a weathered section of a cephalopod but I would like to be certain. Your feedback (as always) is appreciated. :)-
  12. Hi all! I managed to go on 3 large fossil hunting trips this weekend and pulled in easily the BIGGEST haul so far with the most variety as well! The first two pictures were from Mimico creek and the rest were a mix of Humber river and a separate section of Mimico creek. I managed to pull in my second trilobite from the area so that was very exciting! Also pulled a bunch of stuff that I was not able to identify: /\ This was the haul from last Friday night /\ This is the trilobite I found!!! Very excited to have a second one - its been a while since the
  13. Location: Etobicoke creek, Toronto, CA Date collected: July 27th, 2019 Hello! I pulled in a whole bunch of fossils along the Etobicoke creek (a little bit further north compared to my last trip - almost same location though). LOTS of Orthoconic Nautiloids (as usual), a couple different bivalves and a few crinoid fragments. This is the nautiloid haul. The top right one doesn't look like much but there are about 5 or 6 nautiloids embedded in the matrix! I'm considering learning how to clean up the fossils so that I can show it off in all its glory!
  14. I just spend the evening cleaning and preping some of the cephalopods I found last weekend. those are all from the cenomanian at the French coast. A couple of nautiloids ( Eutrephoceras sp. ) A couple of turrelites and a Manteliceras sp.
  15. So I went back to Tannery Park to find fragments...got a few gastropods. But walking on the rocks, I encountered lots that I had missed. Brought my wife along and her eyes are sharp. She found a couple of nautiloids so large that I can't believe I missed them before. I'd not noticed many brachiopods before, but I did this time. Also lots of "periwinkle beds". This place will open to the public as a lakeside promenade in September.
  16. On the west side of the harbour in Oakville, Ontario, they have set up a waterfront with hundreds of big stones from Orillia. They are covered with fossils...many thousands of them, and some quite striking. Last I saw, it wasn't officially open, but it's accessible.
  17. sorry again, i dont know what the species of these specimens are and also sorry for some reason parts of the photos were cropped and made smaller i think its because i put too much on there so they had to cut down the file size (:
  18. The included photograph shows a fossil that we can’t quite place. Would any of you be able to positively identify the fossil we found at Portmarnock Beach, Ireland. We think it may be Estonioceras but are not sure. It is approximately 7cm in diameter. Can anybody shed some light on this. Thanks.
  19. From the album: Middle Devonian

    Michelinoceras (nautiloid) Goniophora hamiltonensis (bivalve) Middle Devonian Mount Marion Formation Marcellus Shale Hamilton Group Route 209 road cut Wurtsboro, N.Y.
  20. From the album: Middle Devonian

    Michelinoceras telamon (straight-shelled nautiloid) Middle Devonian Mount Marion Formation Marcellus Shale Hamilton Group Route 209 road cut Wurtsboro, N.Y.
  21. From the album: Middle Devonian

    Spyroceras sp. (straight-shelled nautiloid in pyrite nodule) Middle Devonian Lower Ludlowville Formation Ledyard Shale Hamilton Group Spring Creek Alden, N.Y.
  22. Monica

    Toronto creek and river finds

    Hello there! I'm still in the process of deciding which fossils to put in my new display cabinets, so I'm looking for some identification help, if possible. All of the items pictured were found in the Toronto area (Georgian Bay Formation, Upper Ordovician) along creeks or rivers - please help me identify them if you can! Thanks in advance! Monica Picture #1: A trace fossil, but of what? Someone suggested trilobite tracks, but I don't know - what do you think? Perhaps @piranha can have a look... Picture #2: This may or may not be a trace
  23. Jeffrey P

    Spyroceras from Madison County, New York

    From the album: Middle Devonian

    Spyroceras nuntium (straight-shelled nautiloid) Middle Devonian Moscow Formation Windom Shale Hamilton Group Deep Springs Road quarry Lebanon, N.Y. With an unidentified bryozoan attached- possibly Hederella canadensis.
  24. I have had the urge to go find more echinoids for a while. I’m still not finding the variety I’d like to have. I have lived in North Texas many years, but recently moved to a new area. So I don’t know where the good sites are yet. I got out the satellite map and searched for a good creek with a good span of dry spot near a bridge and headed out to check it out. I’d never been to Oliver Creek, but I have heard a lot about it. So I headed out to part of Oliver Creek near Roanoke, TX. I have the phone app “RockD”, which told me I was in the Paw Paw. I just got it last week and h
  25. Hi All, Another chapter done on our study of the enigmatic Fort Apache Limestone! We found one orthocone, and juvenile coiled conchs in our search in 250 pounds of limestones. One larger specimen which we thought was a huge nautiloid turned out to be a big Straparollus gastropod when we finally made a clay cast of the mold in limestone. So without delay, here is this weeks write up! Lower Permian Nautiloids are found in both the Fort Apache Limestone, and overlying Kaibab formation. Far more commonly found in the Kaibab, they range in size from quarter sized to 12 i
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