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  1. cameronsfossilcollection

    Reverse of Nephrolenellus

    From the album: Pioche Formation

    Perfect! Even has small axial spine holes!
  2. cameronsfossilcollection

    Orytocephalites + unknown ptychopariid Cranidium

    From the album: Pioche Formation

    Two uncommon bugs, if only it weren’t just the cranidium! The orytocephalites cranidium is truly miniscule, it's located towards the bottom of the screen in the center - underneath the larger ptychopariid molt piece.
  3. cameronsfossilcollection

    Ventral Nephrolenellus geniculatus

    From the album: Pioche Formation

    Nice orange bug on the same plate as the chief + terminatus.
  4. cameronsfossilcollection

    Olenellus chiefensis

    From the album: Pioche Formation

    Beautifully prepped by Jon!
  5. cameronsfossilcollection

    Pint-sized Olenellus gilberti

    From the album: Pioche Formation

    Look at that axial spine! The relief could be better, but this bug is complete!
  6. cameronsfossilcollection

    Olenellus chiefensis w/ O. terminatus Cephalon

    From the album: Pioche Formation

    Big chief with uncommon species!
  7. cameronsfossilcollection

    Olenellus fowleri

    From the album: Pioche Formation

    Complete opsitothorax! My first find out west.
  8. cameronsfossilcollection

    Juvenile Olenellus gilberti

    From the album: Pioche Formation

  9. cameronsfossilcollection

    Olenellus gilberti

    From the album: Pioche Formation

    Nice lil bug!
  10. cameronsfossilcollection

    Nephrolenellus geniculatus reverse

    From the album: Pioche Formation

    Look at that curled opistothorax!
  11. cameronsfossilcollection

    Nephrolenellus geniculatus

    From the album: Pioche Formation

    A crazy inflated Neph! The reverse has a wild opsitothorax, while this one has it only partially preserved.
  12. cameronsfossilcollection

    Olenellus multi plate

    From the album: Pioche Formation

    Big plate of Olenellus preserved in calcite halos.
  13. cameronsfossilcollection

    Olenellus gilberti

    From the album: Pioche Formation

    A perfect gilberti, preserved as a cast of the arthropod without its mineralized exoskeleton.
  14. cameronsfossilcollection

    Olenellus fowleri

    From the album: Pioche Formation

    A nice orange fowleri, split this one out of my discard pile!
  15. cameronsfossilcollection

    Olenellus gilberti reverse

    From the album: Pioche Formation

    The reverse of the perfect gilberti cast. This side has the fragile shell preserved on a thin layer of calcite.
  16. Miocene Spruce tree limb -Conifer Found in Virgin Valley, NV Humbolt County Museum This Spruce branch was buried in conditions that prevented it from rotting out at all, instead it was fossilized where it sat for who knows how long until the hydrated ash (Si02 Nh20) worked itself down whatever it could get through (or some say the silica gel was forced up from all the geothermal activities) finding cavities along the way to call home for the next X amount of years. this piece was donated for the reason that there was barely anything on display. Been wanti
  17. Royal peacock opal mine


  18. Royal peacock opal mine

    Fossil of the month 2018 or 19?

    From what I’ve seen on FF this looks peccary. Many people have told me it’s not. IMG_1031.MOV
  19. Royal peacock opal mine

    Camelops hesternus vertebrae?

  20. Royal peacock opal mine

    Precious Opalized Bone

  21. Troodon

    Nevada's First Dinosaur

    This publication described a new dinosaur, first for Nevada. Its a Thescelosaurus type dino called Nevadadromeus schmitti. Its paywalled but check out the video . Paywalled https://bioone.org/journals/journal-of-the-arizona-nevada-academy-of-science/volume-50/issue-1/036.050.0101/Nevadadromeus-schmitti-gen-et-sp-nov-a-New-Basal-Neornithischian/10.2181/036.050.0101.short?tab=ArticleLink#.Y0mfakMwZC4.twitter article https://www.reviewjournal.com/local/local-nevada/meet-nevadadromeus-the-first-dinosaur-unique-to-the-silver-s
  22. NevadaHunter

    New Site! First signs of promise

    Hi all, Recently was able to finally locate a new site to check out with a friend of mine. Not much float but we did end up finding these two pieces. Any ideas on the two bones in matrix? The one I’m assuming is a metapodial of some sort and the other looks familiar I just can’t place it. As for the mandible section, I couldn’t be any happier. I believe it belongs to Tomarctus, but I’m open to feedback on that. as always, thank you for looking.
  23. So I bought a completely unidentified fossil the other week because it looked cool. All I know about it is that the seller said that it's from Tonopah, Nevada, and the matrix appears to be a tuffaceous sandstone. According to my research, this points to the fossil being from the Siebert Formation, around the middle Miocene. I'm leaning toward some kind of artiodactyl, assuming that the bones on the right are metatarsals or metacarpals.
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