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  1. HynerpetonHunter

    Fish material- Hamilton Group

    Hello everyone! I found this last year on one of my hunts in the Hamilton Group in Central PA. I identified it initially as potential fish (placoderm?) material, but I'm not completely sure. I just dug it out of my collecting boxes and decided to post about it. It shows some similarities to scales and bones from the Catskill Formation, but much blacker. I assume that it is a scale, if fish material, but correct me if I'm wrong. I can provide additional images if necessary.
  2. bockryan


    From the album: Fossil Finds

  3. bockryan


    From the album: Fossil Finds

  4. bockryan


    From the album: Fossil Finds

  5. bockryan


    From the album: Fossil Finds

  6. Dawson Sensenig

    Mahantango Fossil Hunting in PA

    Picture this, it was 378 million years ago, the seafloor was covered with unimaginable creatures ranging from crinoids and brachiopods to the glorious trilobite. These beautiful creatures lived in peace and harmony as they thrived. Then one day, they were buried, quickly, not to see the light of day for hundreds of millions of years later. That was until my friends and I found them and became the first to set eyes on them in a very, very long time. And now I share these images with you, the reader. Now you have joined this elite club of very, very few to see these specific once-living creature
  7. Rockwood

    Ophiuroid ?

    I've been sorting through some of my old finds. I just happened to put this small spot on a piece from Swatra St. Park in PA under a lens. It's tiny. The scale seen is in mm. Is this the arm of a brittle star ?
  8. zackclark5064

    Fern from Shale area

    So my friend found this in some shale in an area with a bunch of shale/slate so much detail so cool! Lol
  9. Shale_stack

    Red Hill fossil sites

    Doing some research online I can across the Red Hill fossils site. Is this a place you can still collect ? And are there any protocols on visiting like someone to set up a trip with ?
  10. TonyC1


  11. Hello everyone! I had a fun a really fun trip last weekend with some friends, including @Jeffrey P. We hit a fern ferns spots I've found over the years, and got access to another spot I never explored.. overall, it was a good trip with good friends. Here are my favorite finds...
  12. HynerpetonHunter

    Plants of Red Hill

    From the album: Catskill Formation PA fossils

    Plants from Red Hill, including Archaeopteris, Rhacophyton, and Ozinachsonia
  13. HynerpetonHunter

    Hyneria and Limnomis hash

    From the album: Catskill Formation PA fossils

    Hash of Hyneria and Limnomis bones from Red Hill, April 15, 2022
  14. From the album: My Kinzers Formation Fossil Collection

    A nice, three inch long Wanneria walcottana that I found surface collecting next to dean. He went home with the negative
  15. cameronsfossilcollection

    Red Olenellus thompsoni

    From the album: My Kinzers Formation Fossil Collection

    Beautiful red Olenellus thompsoni that I purchased online.
  16. cameronsfossilcollection

    Olenellus getzi

    From the album: My Kinzers Formation Fossil Collection

    Purchased this Olenellus getzi online. From the original Getz farm site where thousands of Olenellids and a few Radiodonts were found. Small for the species at an inch and a half long.
  17. cameronsfossilcollection

    A puny Olenellus (Paedumias) yorkensis

    From the album: My Kinzers Formation Fossil Collection

    A puny Olenellus (Paedumias) yorkensis that I split out at home. The rest of the bug lays buried under the rock until I send it to someone who doesn’t destroy fossils when they prep em.
  18. cameronsfossilcollection

    Larval Olenellus plate. Look close!

    From the album: My Kinzers Formation Fossil Collection

    Another meraspid Olenellus plate. Look at the fused eyes!
  19. cameronsfossilcollection

    Heartbreaker Olenellus thompsoni

    From the album: My Kinzers Formation Fossil Collection

    Another heartbreaker. I think this is an Olenellus thompsoni. Would’ve been gorgeous with the other half, maybe we’ll find it in the future.
  20. cameronsfossilcollection

    Fair Olenellus thompsoni

    From the album: My Kinzers Formation Fossil Collection

    A nice Olenellus thompsoni(??) that was partially weathered. Still has its axial spine though!
  21. cameronsfossilcollection

    Rock covered in larval Olenellid cephalons. Look closely!

    From the album: My Kinzers Formation Fossil Collection

    One of my favorite finds. This rock is covered in larval Olenellid molts. I wonder if we hit a nursery of some kind?
  22. cameronsfossilcollection

    Partial Olenellus thompsoni(?)

    From the album: My Kinzers Formation Fossil Collection

    A heartbreaker. Olenellus of some kind.
  23. cameronsfossilcollection

    Kinzers multi plate!

    From the album: My Kinzers Formation Fossil Collection

    A cool plate, Olenellus (Paedumias) yorkensis cephalon as well as an O. thompsoni cephalon. I’m convinced that yellow mark may be a sponge.
  24. cameronsfossilcollection

    My three inch Wanneria walcottana!

    From the album: My Kinzers Formation Fossil Collection

    The best Wanneria walcottana we found. Three inches from the tip of the cephalon to the last thoracic spine.
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