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  1. Here is the next part of my north slope trip pictures. After camping for two days I headed west and stopped on the Canning River to fish for char. The gravel bar I landed on had pieces of fossil coral and the river cut bank was of the same Kingak Shale with some large concretions. The view out of the plane shows the Ignek valley, east and west. After fishing headed west and stopped at the Kavic Camp for fuel, bring cash as avgas is $12 a gallon and glad to get it! Saddelrochit Mountains
  2. craigmontgomery

    Need help identifying these fossils

    Fossil hunting in Long Creek Hood County Texas, found these (all the same shape) fossils. Are they a pelecypod, oyster, gryphaea? Any suggestions appreciated! It almost looks like a weathered bi-valve. See the last pic I posted.
  3. I am fortunate to live in a fossiliferous neighborhood in Fort Worth Texas. Not only have I found a strata of gryphea across the street from my house, but I have found pelecypods in my backyard and an ammonite in Arcadia park down the street from where I live. Just recently I found more gryphea in my yard. All of the fossils in my neighborhood are, according to my research, Lower Cretaceous in age. I took one of my grandsons down to one site a mere one hundred yards from my home and he found excellent specimens of gryphea. (Samples are attached). Have any of my fellow Texans found gryphe
  4. Rcotton1

    Clam 02c.JPG

    From the album: 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    This second specimen as well has a lot of clams that are visible. As I was studying this piece and seeing the side views of both Clam 01 and Clam 02 I realized these two specimens at one time were attached to each other many years ago it looks as if it broke in half? I will upload a pic of both halves together.
  5. Rcotton1

    Clam 02d.JPG

    From the album: 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    This second specimen as well has a lot of clams that are visible. As I was studying this piece and seeing the side views of both Clam 01 and Clam 02 I realized these two specimens at one time were attached to each other many years ago it looks as if it broke in half? I will upload a pic of both halves together.
  6. Rcotton1

    Clam 02c.JPG

    From the album: 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    This second specimen as well has a lot of clams that are visible. As I was studying this piece and seeing the side views of both Clam 01 and Clam 02 I realized these two specimens at one time were attached to each other many years ago it looks as if it broke in half? I will upload a pic of both halves together.
  7. Rcotton1

    Clam 02b.JPG

    From the album: 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    This second specimen as well has a lot of clams that are visible. As I was studying this piece and seeing the side views of both Clam 01 and Clam 02 I realized these two specimens at one time were attached to each other many years ago it looks as if it broke in half? I will upload a pic of both halves together.
  8. Rcotton1

    Clam 01c.JPG

    From the album: 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    These fossils are all over this 333 g specimen There are several small clams on the (b) side and two rather large clams on the (a) side. The specimen, like many of the items in this collection appear to be roughly split into sections as if being divided to recipients? (this may have been the practice in those days to get investors?) This specimen in the "split" shows several side views of clams insides. (No evidence of pearls as of yet, but I'm looking)
  9. Rcotton1

    Clam 02a.JPG

    From the album: 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    This second specimen as well has a lot of clams that are visible. As I was studying this piece and seeing the side views of both Clam 01 and Clam 02 I realized these two specimens at one time were attached to each other many years ago it looks as if it broke in half? I will upload a pic of both halves together.
  10. KingsburyFossilHunter

    More Kingsbury TX finds

    Hi everyone! Holidays mean more time to photo and post. As previously mentioned in my previous post, I am finding a lot of fossil impressions and voids in chert and mudstone on a small artist residency and farm in Kingsbury, Texas, in Guadeloupe County. And some petrified wood. Most of the casts I find are pelecypods and some gastropods; however I am finding some other stuff, some of it total mystery. This time I will post the mystery items first. Let me know your thoughts! This first mystery (3 views) has tight incised lines around the darker shape - most evident in ce
  11. Bullsnake

    Upper Pennsylvanian Possible Burrow

    I found this a couple of years ago and have periodically taken it out to examine it as I've found the accumulation of fauna adhering to it's surface as very interesting. For awhile I affectionately referred to it as an accretion (as opposed to a concretion), envisioning a clump of mud rolling around in the wave action of a shoreline picking up bits of dead fauna. But now, with the fairly recent posts that have come up about crustacean burrows, I'm second guessing. On the exterior of this piece are brachiopod shell bits and molds, possible pectinid shell molds, crinoid col
  12. I am so happy with the help I received earlier today! Here are just a few more Aurora, North Carolina fossils. I have some ideas on a couple, but I cannot make an exact match! #1 and 2: The same specimen, showing each side. I am wondering if it is not a bone fragment? I know whale and fossil bone pieces are found here! #3: I believe it i some type of Murex - but I cannot match it exactly, other than I think it is a Whelk! #4: I Pelecypod - I was never very good with these! #5: Another pelecypod; I am thinking Nucula! #6 &am
  13. Herb

    Chesepectin middlesexensis

    From the album: Neogene fossils

    Chesepectin middlesexensis, Pliocene, Yorktown formation, Yorktown, Virginia, USA. Interior of shell
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