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  1. Rypick

    Heart shaped cross-section?

    I found this rock on a Lake Ontario beach in New York. I'm primarily curious about the heart-shaped outlines. Thanks!
  2. Have some Mid Devonian brachiopod or bivalve shells that I am not sure about, tried to do some research on my own on what I found. Hoping to get some ID confirmation or help here. Greatly appreciate the help. 7 pictures below: 1. Bivalve Shell? Moscow Formation I believe 2. Brachiopod Shell, never found another like this one? Windom Shale from Livingston Co. Wondering the difference between these two spirifers: 3. 4. 5. Rhipidomella? 6. or is this Rhipidomella?
  3. so i was wondering were can you exactly find a sea scorpian can a fossil like that be around a lake like ontario? ive really been eger to find one. but i lack a huge amount of paleontalogical experiance. i am also excited to get to know this community.
  4. Rypick

    Lake Ontario fossil ID

    Can someone please help me ID this fossil? I found it in rocks washed up on the shore of Lake Ontario in Wilson, NY. Thanks!
  5. Fossildude19

    Turrilepas nitidulus - armored worm plate

    From the album: Fossildude's Middle Devonian Hamilton Group Fossils

    Turrilepas nitidulus - Machaeridian/armored worm plate. Western NY. Middle Devonian, Hamilton Group Windom Shale, Smoke Creek West Seneca, NY. Thank you to @piranha for the ID on this specimen.

    © 2020 Tim Jones

  6. Hey everyone, been a little MIA recently. Work/life balance has gotten a little out of whack. Looking forward to sharing some of my 2021 finds soon! anyway I’m revisiting this fossil I found in Western New York roughly 2 years ago. at first when I shared the find I asked some opinions and most said cephalopod. I knew it probably wasn’t that but I didn’t really explore it further. this is from the Wanakah shale of the ludlowville formation in the Hamilton group of WNY. Middle Devonian in age. this “seems” like a spine? I don’t really know.
  7. kurtl

    Dolgeville sites?

    Anybody know of sites in or near dolgeville? I saw that Little Falls is good never been there.
  8. Calli99

    New York Trilobits

    Hello everyone, A few months ago I hosted the wonderful Sara the Travelling Ceratopsian and as such I received a set of fossils (and of course contributed some of my own to the box). I selected this set of New York trilobite pieces as I have literally no experience with trilobites and it's nice to add a whole new group to my collection . The label says there are 5 trilobite pieces on 3 different bits of rock (however there are 6 I think). 3 bits are ID'd as Eldredgeops rana from the Wanakah Shale, Hamilton Group, Buffalo, NY. Middle Devonian The
  9. SarahtheIchthyornis

    Soft Tissue fossil from Ithaca New York?

    Hi! I just moved to Ithaca New York, and while I was birding around Beebe lake, decided to make a little fossil stop on a rocky slope, I found this, which to me, looks bit like a soft tissue preservation, but any thoughts on it?
  10. The world's oldest fossilized forest is in Greene County. It needs saving. Roger Hannigan Gilson, Times Union, Aug. 5, 2021 The world’s oldest known fossil forest has been discovered in a quarry in upper New York state By Kelly Murray, CNN, December 20, 2019 The open access paper is: Stein, W.E., Berry, C.M., Morris, J.L., Hernick, L.V., Mannolini, F., Ver Straeten, C., Landing, E., Marshall, J.E., Wellman, C.H., Beerling,D.J. and Leake, J.R., 2020. Mid-Devonian Archaeopteris roots signal revolutionary change in earliest fossil fore
  11. Hey all. I'm in my last year of high school in brooklyn and I am extremely passionate about paleontology, but I don't know which school in NYC would be able to cater to my aspirations. There are a couple of cunys with geology but I cannot find any with programs in paleontology.
  12. Hello again! I was wondering if anyone had suggestions for places in the north east US (around PA) that I could research? As was suggested to me, I’ve narrowed down the things I’d like to collect. I’m really interested in fossils that.. well look like things. Don’t get me wrong, shells and crinoids are exciting! But I’d be so jazzed to have fish, crustaceans, insects, or plants. Anomalocaris are so rad, though I fully understand that those are hard to find so I’m going to focus on other stuff for now lol. Maybe someday. My dad in particular wanted me to ask if anyone knew of any ea
  13. Jeffrey P

    Rugose Coral from the Onondaga Limestone

    From the album: Middle Devonian

    Stereolasma sp. Rugose Coral Middle Devonian Onondaga Limestone Unknown Formation Cobleskill Stone Company Cobleskill, N.Y.
  14. From the album: Middle Devonian

    Dipleura dekayi Disarticulated Homalontid Trilobite (Cephalon, pygidium, and partial thorax) Middle Devonian Moscow Formation Windom Shale Hamilton Group Deep Springs Road Quarry Earlville, N.Y.
  15. Penn Dixie officially holds Guinness World Record for “World’s Largest Fossil Dig” By Patrick Ryan, WIVB, Channel 4, New York, July 17, 2021 Penn Dixie Claims World Record Penn Dixie Fossil Park, July 17, 2021 Trilobites declared “official fossil” of Town of Hamburg By Kaley Lynch, WIVB, Channel 4, New York, July 17, 2018 Yours, Paul H.
  16. Hi guys so today I came across a new shop that popped up in downtown Hamilton, Ontario. Anyway long story short I bought what appears to be Silurian coral fossil that originated somewhere on the Niagara Escarpment in Ontario or the State of New York. This fossil came from a peculiar museum that liquidated its collections in Niagara of Ontario and closed but the fossil didnt come with a label. Can anyone help me pin down what it is? I have never encountered a fossil like this on the Niagara Escarpment of Hamilton, Ontario. Also this was being sold along with o
  17. Hello everyone, A couple of weeks ago while looking through the pdf Devonian Paleontology of NY by Linsley I stumbled upon a very interesting looking brachiopod, This is an athyrid that belongs to the genus Pentagonia which is apparently found in the Mid Devonian of New York. I was immdiatley quite intrigued by this as I have never heard of it and love athyrids especially with interesting and unique shapes such as this one, so wanted to find out what formations these could be in as I would be really interested in finding some, but upon looking the genus and both species up I didn't g
  18. TenneseeFisherman

    Catskills New York ID Needed - Biscuit Brook

    Saw many of these gray ovals... perhaps not a fossil?
  19. I am heading to Herkimer for a trip soon, and I was wondering if anyone knew any places one could find fossils? I heard some of the mines have stromatolites but I could not find much information on that. I also hear about trilobites near the diamond mines, and I hope to find some, and if anyone has any advice that would be appreciated.
  20. Hi y'all, I went to the AMNH literally days before NY (and the world) shut down. There definitely seemed to be less people than I presumed was usual. Despite spending just a couple of hours there, I can say it's my favorite museum. Unlike many museums, most of the specimens on display are complete or mostly actual fossils. I really want to go back to take my time and comb through the entire museum. I wish I took more pictures - guess I was too busy admiring it all. You can tour the museum yourself on Google Earth (the link should drop you right into the Saurichian hall).
  21. I recently collected a few fossils from Schoharie County in upstate NY. Among them are the pictured. I am hoping someone can tell me in detail exactly what I have, in as much detail as possible. I apologize in advance, as usual, but I am still learning and am trying to get as mush specific detail as I can. The first was hard to effectively photograph, but appears plant-like. It is hard to make out, but the pattern continues in a circle. I've included two photos, one with my hand for scale. Coral perhaps? The second has several things, but I am interested primarily in the lower right side
  22. JamesAndTheFossilPeach

    Crinoids

    After a couple trips to smokes creek we found some awesome crinoid material
  23. Jeffrey P

    Platyceratoid Gastropod from the Onondaga

    From the album: Middle Devonian

    Orthonychia conicum Platyceratoid Gastropod (One and a half inches across) Middle Devonian Onondaga Formation Cobleskill Stone Products Quarry Cobleskill, N.Y.
  24. Our recently discovered Devonian Phyllocarid is back from our preparator. Found on Collecting trip 4/9/2021 in New York state (#3 Phyllocarids we have with complete mandibles). This rare specimen has the classic pyritized Roemerella brachiopods attached to its carapace and the detail of the carapace itself is well preserved. What I was hoping and had very little chance of being antenna are serrated hinge lines. I never seen this on other specimens and the detail is amazing under magnification. The pincher like mandibles look to have color or pattern markings near the tips. I'm pretty sur
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