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  1. Th13teen13

    Carboniferous Eurypterid

    Hi I am Wondering if anyone could give this fossil an ID the seller called it “Carboniferous Eurypterid” and it was from Knob Noster, Missouri they said it could be Adelophthalmus what do you guys think? The first picture is the fossil the second 2 are Adelophthalmus fossils found from the same location
  2. I was fascinated by this eurypterid fragment from Ukraine because it has a rough symmetrical pattern on the dorsal surface of the cephalothorax. There is a midline structure with apparent tracts leading to the eyes and perhaps other structures (like downwards toward the abdomen). It doesn’t look like ventral appendages of the cephalothorax projecting dorsally. This has the appearance of some internal structure, fossilized with perhaps some part of the dorsal exoskeleton removed. While very unlikely, the tracts toward the eyes might lend some support an interpretation of a neural or
  3. Hello Everyone!! I recently spent a week with Allan Lang collecting eurypterids. Me and Allan have been good friends for a couple of years, he is kind enough to invite me up to dig with him! We found many things over the course of the week some of the highlights were a Proscorpius, a few complete specimens of Acutiramus, and many Eurypterus. Ill attach some photos below. We spent most of the time splitting massive chunks of waterlime from the Phelps member of the fiddlers green formation. It can be very dangerous at times due to the weight and size of the rock, but often many complete eurypte
  4. Hey everyone, today I found a new locality!! This locality is in the famous Shawangunk formation and it produces rare eurypterids. I have found Shawangunk material at a few localities but its interesting to compare the abundance of fauna at different localities. This new locality (like the others) primarily produces Parahughmilleria, However, 2 odd specimens were also found. One really reminds me of the invalid species Dolichopterus otisius. It is likely Nanahugmilleria clarkei. The other specimen is much more odd to me it could be Hughmilleria shawangunk but it could also be Kiaeropterus otis
  5. Christina K

    Rush NY fossil ID help please!

    Hi everyone- i'm new to this but found a large fossil in my hedgerow today../ was hoping someone may be able to ID it for me. It's about 2" long and almost 1" wide. Quite deep. I live on a 20 acre farm in Rush NY near the Genessee River. I've got 2 long hedgerows that have been there since the 1800s., farmers have been throwing rocks that the plows turn up in them all this time. I've never seen one like this. Can anyone help? Kind regards, Christina
  6. This Missourian is headed out to the Late Devonian of western New York state and Pennsylvania this coming week and hoping for a little help from y'all on localities for eurypterids and the sponge Hydnoceras. Are Clarke's (1920) Hydnoceras localities at Brown Hill (near Cohocton, NY) and Irish Hill (near Bath, NY) still productive and accessible? Are Ehlers' (1935) eurypterid localities at Bush Hill (near Smethport, PA)? Or are there other spots I should be checking out? I understand that the Trimmers Rock Formation in the vicinity of Bloomsburg, PA, is also worth a look for eurypterids, but I
  7. Kamangir

    A Eurypterid in San Diego?

    Found this artifact in Black's Beach, San Diego. Looks like a 6-ft scorpion. A Eurypterid maybe? I video and 3D scanned the find and sent it to The Nat and ROM (Toronto). Waiting for a response. Here are a few pictures. This ditch is likely to have been dug by the recent rains. Compare the size to my wrist watch: Closer look: Wavefront .obj file: Hit me up for high-res images, obj file, video, etc. Thanks!
  8. Hi we've found these fossils in buffalo ny and based only on google searches we see resemblance with eurepterids as well as straight shelled nautiloids. Any help would be greatly appreciated. The photos shown are all different fossils I have them labeled a through c to make identification discussions easier. Thankyou in advance, we're learning!
  9. My daughters and I went on what I thought would be a once in a lifetime hunt for Eurypterids over Memorial Day weekend this year. I wanted to share the bounty...18cm long 20 cm closeup of telson cool to get dorsal and ventral aspects of the prosoma, thanks to the plane of the conchoidal fracture
  10. These are a few of the pdf files (and a few Microsoft Word documents) that I've accumulated in my web browsing. MOST of these are hyperlinked to their source. If you want one that is not hyperlinked or if the link isn't working, e-mail me at joegallo1954@gmail.com and I'll be happy to send it to you. Please note that this list will be updated continuously as I find more available resources. All of these files are freely available on the Internet so there should be no copyright issues. Articles with author names in RED are new additions since October 11,
  11. IonRocks

    Eurypterid

    The fossil itself measures about 8 cm long with a width of up to 4 cm (measurements listed in that section are of the rock itself. It is difficult to see but a small stub of an appendage is visible on the left side of the head.
  12. -Andy-

    Sea Scorpion (Eurypterus lactustris)

    From the album: Ancient Invertebrates

    410 mya | Devonian Williamsville "A" Formation Stevensville, Ontario 7.83 inches long
  13. -Andy-

    Sea Scorpion (Eurypterus lactustris)

    From the album: Ancient Invertebrates

    410 mya | Devonian Williamsville "A" Formation Stevensville, Ontario 7.83 inches long
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