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Upper Devonian Rugosa ID
BRADAI M. posted a topic in Fossil IDHello guys I collected this Rugosa coral from the Upper Devonian of Charouine, located in the Ougarta ranges, Algeria. I wonder if someone can help ID the genus and species properly! I appreciate your efforts.
What are these two specimens? Possibly coral
Aninram posted a topic in Fossil IDHello. These two specimens were discovered in Southern Indiana in a wooded area with a nearby spring. A tentative ID was given as a Rugosa (horn) coral but someone else thought it could be petrified wood. If it is a horn coral then are these two pieces from a mid-section hence whey the conical property is not apparent? I appreciate any and all feedback.
How Big Is Your Rugosa/ Horn Coral?
minnbuckeye posted a topic in Questions & AnswersFound this rugosa coral in a rock blasted in a quarry. It measures 12 inches and has both ends broke off!! Show us how large your horn corals are! Still need to clean this one up a little.
Very Large Crinoid Stems
Indian_money posted a topic in General Fossil DiscussionI revisited a creek Tennessee that I had mildly glossed over in the past. With more purpose this time I searched and found some of the most beautiful and large fossils I have encountered yet. As a crinoid enthusiast I was overjoyed, and even more exciting was all of the OTHER marine fossils I found, expanding my appreciation of all kinds of fossilized beauty. here are a few of my favorite examples and I may post more as I continue to photograph my finds.