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  1. From the album: Self-Collected

    North Texas. Atco formation. Upper Coniacian. Found at a site further to to south than my normal Atco sites. It is larger and just generally more robust than any of my other Scaphites semicostatus specimens. The smaller S. semicostatus (bottom) came from one of my normal Atco sites. Compare with the S. semicostatus holotype here: http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/gallery/image/57475-scaphites-semicostatus-holotype/&context=widget
  2. Heteromorph

    Scaphites sp. (semicostatus?) impression

    From the album: Self-Collected

    North Texas. Atco formation. Upper Coniacian. Found at a site further to to south than my normal Atco sites. It is larger and just generally more robust than any of my other Scaphites semicostatus specimens. You can see some of the tubercles still stuck in the impression. Compare with the S. semicostatus holotype here: http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/gallery/image/57475-scaphites-semicostatus-holotype/
  3. Heteromorph

    Scaphites sp. (semicostatus?)

    From the album: Self-Collected

    North Texas. Atco formation. Upper Coniacian. Found at a site further to to south than my normal Atco sites. It is larger and just generally more robust than any of my other Scaphites semicostatus specimens. Compare with the S. semicostatus holotype here:
  4. Heteromorph

    Scaphites sp. (semicostatus?)

    From the album: Self-Collected

    North Texas. Atco formation. Upper Coniacian. Found at a site further to to south than my normal Atco sites. It is larger and just generally more robust than any of my other Scaphites semicostatus specimens. Compare with the S. semicostatus holotype here: http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/gallery/image/57475-scaphites-semicostatus-holotype/&context=widget
  5. Heteromorph

    Scaphites sp. (semicostatus?)

    From the album: Self-Collected

    North Texas. Atco formation. Upper Coniacian. Found at a site further to to south than my normal Atco sites. It is larger and just generally more robust than any of my other Scaphites semicostatus specimens. Compare with the S. semicostatus holotype here: http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/gallery/image/57475-scaphites-semicostatus-holotype/&context=widget
  6. Heteromorph

    Scaphites sp. (semicostatus?)

    From the album: Self-Collected

    North Texas. Atco formation. Upper Coniacian. Found at a site further to to south than my normal Atco sites. It is larger and just generally more robust than any of my other Scaphites semicostatus specimens. Compare with the S. semicostatus holotype here: http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/gallery/image/57475-scaphites-semicostatus-holotype/
  7. Heteromorph

    Cremnoceramus inconstans

    From the album: Self-Collected

    Atco Formation. Upper Coniacian age. North Texas. Specimen 1.
  8. Heteromorph

    Cremnoceramus inconstans

    From the album: Self-Collected

    Atco Formation. Upper Coniacian age. North Texas. Specimen 1.
  9. Heteromorph

    Cremnoceramus inconstans

    From the album: Self-Collected

    Atco Formation. Upper Coniacian age. North Texas. Specimen 1.
  10. Heteromorph

    Cremnoceramus inconstans

    From the album: Self-Collected

    Atco Formation. Upper Coniacian age. North Texas. Specimen 1.
  11. Heteromorph

    Cremnoceramus inconstans

    From the album: Self-Collected

    Atco Formation. Upper Coniacian age. North Texas. Specimen 1.
  12. Lone Hunter

    Anomalies on Petrified log

    Back in August I was catching feeder fish in a wretched little Woodbine tributary when I pulled this out of the muck. It was black and limestone color with thick algae, it was unrecognizable as wood but there were holes and ripples that gave me hope. Hauling this (24 lbs) and my gear & fish was a challenge up a vertical bank and 100 yd walk through thick thorny brush for a 100 lb person, almost left it halfway back to car. After a good scrubbing it still looked like a chunk of water worn sediment and I deleted the first pic of top side, then I tried a new cleaning method I was using on a
  13. Collected from Woodbine and I'm clueless.
  14. Lone Hunter

    A couple of tubular things

    Both of these were collected in Grayson marl, is the small one a calamite? Hadn't occurred to me they could be found there. The larger one was 2 straight pieces side by side but the host rock is so fragile and part of top layer crumbled and broke them. Have not seen any burrows in Grayson so not sure if that's what they are.
  15. Lone Hunter

    Cretaceous crinoid columnal?

    Found this hunting new place at Woodbine/Grayson contact, there it was nestled in the lower layer of grey-blue marl sporting the same color. Last time I checked there weren't crinoids in Grayson, so how did it get there? Have only a handful of fossils this color from there including this bivalve I can't ID, or is it a brachiopod?
  16. I came across this place not too long ago and recently made another trip, I am in love with this site, the colors, the layers, the in your face geology, the fossils, couldn't ask for more. Pocket map says this area is intersection of Woodbine, Grayson, and QAL. Showing in pictures the series of hills running east to west, #1 west end #4 east end. and various shots closer. Forgot to take picture of first hill on western side there was only Woodbine exposure that had layers of intense purple sandstone and what I'm calling snowflake selenite. The far east side was only Woodbine but in the middl
  17. Last week I visited my little spot in the Britton formation for the first time since all the flooding rains, it's only a small strip about 20 yds long that's slowly eroding but I always find things. There were the usual baculites, ammonites and crabs, an Inoceramus and a few I'm not sure about. The crab that's circled doesn't look like the other Notopocorystes, it's too long, is it lobster? Then there's the little baculite packed rock that had 3 tiny ammonites, #3 I pried off, Mortoniceras? #2 scaphite or Placenticeras? #1 so small not sure it can be ID'd. #4 separate rock looks like squished
  18. freerangetraveler

    North Texas Creek Hunt

    Hello all, I spent the morning in one of our local creeks here in north Texas and pulled a partial ammonite fragment, a bivalve imprint and some sort of clam… With that said, I was wondering if anyone could help identify the clam species (last three photos) Cheers!
  19. CStewart

    Enchodus Fin?

    From the album: Texas Finds

    Scientific Name: Enchodus? Found: North Central Texas Date Found: November 2021 Formation: Eagle Ford Size: 1.75"
  20. This also collected from Woodbine, looks like slickenslide in ways, the texture is on 3 different planes I circled the smallest one. This is so soft to touch you can't feel any ridges, it's so soft I thought the rock would be soft but it's very hard and where there's a chip it appears solid white underneath. It looks and feels like hair it is so fine and soft, so biologic or geologic?
  21. Lone Hunter

    Slickenside or something else?

    Found in Woodbine if that matters, it looks structured but I think it's the makeup of the rock. Last pic is backside.
  22. Lone Hunter

    Plant fossils I hope

    Collected in Woodbine which seems to be popular lately, never was quite sure what to look for and hope this is it, gotta be leaves right? Not sure what the cylindrical might be.
  23. FossilArtwork

    North Texas (Midlothian) Finds

    Found these in Midlothian, TX (North Texas) in 1 small area. #1 and #2 I'm most interested in identifying. Thanks in advance for those smarter than me who can easily identify these.
  24. Lone Hunter

    A few odd Woodbine things

    All of these came from a cliff face on lake Grapevine, no.1 both of these stood out because of rounded shape, plucked from the face of uppermost part of cliff. no.2 there was a thin layer of limonite running length of ledge, all was unremarkable I saw except this piece, thinking impression of plant material? no.3 assuming it's a concretion, thought it was an ammonite when it was cloaked in dirt, found in crevice with some gravels at top of cliff, doesn't look like Woodbine material so stood out, not calcite. Pics are out of order, first one should be last.
  25. My son found this last week while poking around Post Oak Creek in Sherman Tx. The bumps and ridges on the sides are symmetrical, and it has a smooth hollowed out portion. Not sure if it’s part of a fossil or just an odd rock formation. Hoping someone here can help us out. Thanks!!
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