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3/3 found these on shore of Lake Diefenbaker in Saskatchewan, Canada. looked to be eroded from sandy deposits with layers of harder iron-rich rusty strata. the fossils themselves are heavy, mineralized with iron and then rusted? corals? all the same type or different? i think this is in cretaceous age but not sure. see other 2 posts these samples are really interesting, found in situ, on exposed section of eroding sandy beach cliff - see photos, sand with layers of iron rich strata but these bubble textured rusty iron “tubes” all over, connected and running for long distances
I thought I would share this info for those in Saskatchewan, Canada, wondering about the permit required to legally collect fossils in this province. I requested information from the provincial government, and this is what I have been provided with: A permit is required for collecting fossils in Saskatchewan. The “Palaeontological Avocational Applications” can be found here: https://www.saskatchewan.ca/residents/parks-culture-heritage-and-sport/heritage-conservation-and-commemoration/archaeology/palaeontological-avocational-applications On this webpage, you will