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Fossildude19 posted a gallery image in Members Gallery
From the album: Fossildude's Early Jurassic Plant FossilsLoperia simplex? Hartford Basin, Newark Supergroup Shuttle Meadow fm. Early Jurassic - CT.
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Bobby Rico posted a topic in Member CollectionsI got this box of fossil from auction at the low price of £21. The collection is old and dates between 1933 and 1944 . Some of the collection has labels but sadly others are lost or mixed up. Most of the locations are from Yorkshire but there is also Oxfordshire and the midlands. I purchased this lot because of the small collection of corals. The some of the corals have been cut and polished. I did re-polished most of them because they seamed to have a coating to finish the process. There is also some nice plant material from coal seams it is good to get this material from now in the Uk los
plant material?..or rolled up bug...clump of something or another weird rock?
hndmarshall posted a topic in Fossil IDthis one is really weird, I think it may be a rolled up something not sure what...any ideas?.
Possibly Coral-like Invertebrate? ID Request
CasualTriopsEnthusiast posted a topic in Fossil IDHi everyone! I have attached some photos of my first ever fossils! I've been finding fossils of this same species in this one riverbank for years, and have always wanted to know what they are. I did some research- looked through sites detailing some of the more common fossils, and image searches of coral fossils since the texture seemed kinda reminiscent- but nothing seemed to me to look anything like it. I tried to guess with the coral thing, but honestly I can't even place these as animal or plant with any confidence. So now I've come to this awesome site! Thank you all for putting your time
More Eocene Lake Fossils From Princeton
franster posted a topic in Fossil Hunting TripsIt's so much fun when you unpack your fossils from a trip, sit down with a smug self satisfied look on your face and then suddenly you say loudly. HEY! Where is the plate with the spots? And my Equisetum? You dash over to the unpacked, unwashed, moulding pile of camping gear that should have been cleaned up days ago, dig around in it, and there it is! Another box of fossils! Yahoo more things to show my buddies on the forum. This is my trove from the Eocene Lake deposits of Princeton B.C. Canada. The very cool thing about the fossils at this location according to Dr. Ruth Stockey's research