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  1. crabfossilsteve

    Swatara Gap PS Starfish

    I've been collecting at the actual Swatara Gap site since I was a kid and over the years collected most of the trilobites and starfish that were found there. However, there are some starfish that I would like to verify. I've tried literature searches and know there is a 1989 paper on them , but I cannot find it on-line. Hopefully, one of you guys can help with identifying these specimens. Any help would be appreciated/
  2. Georgemckenzie

    Help with an ID on this starfish fossil

    Hiya everyone I Recently bought this starfish fossil (it hasn’t arrived yet) any help with an id would be great I’m assuming it’s from the English coast as the seller selling it was getting rid of a collection of all British fossils. cheers
  3. Got me some matrix from a couple of sites in the Cretaceous Glen Rose Formation- one of my favorite (and closest to me!) formations. So much tiny stuff!! It's too dang hot to hunt in Texas (we are on day 58 of 100+ F degree ). So, hunting from home is my preferred pastime! Here are some of my recent nice finds. My best thing I found, which I was quite excited about is a little madreporite - part of a starfish cirulatory system. I found one big one (1/2 inch) at this same site a few years ago but had not found one since, so was happy to find this little one. It's only 1/4 inch.
  4. Hi there! I saw a fossil at an antique show recently marked as a Geocoma carinata and was wondering if it was real or fake; it looks almost too good to be true, and I would really appreciate some expert input!
  5. Day Two ; Locality Two (or Seven if you include Day One) Prepping and Retail, Erfoud, Morocco. 20th February 2019 Erfoud town itself is famous for its beautiful fossils, its skilled fossil preppers and also for its wide variety of fakes, composites, good and bad repair jobs and utter frankenfossils. A large percentage of fossils from Morocco that are available in shops and on the internet the world over originate from here or pass through the place. Fossils are sent here for prepping from all over the south and then sent from here everywhere in the country and abro
  6. Everyone I've encountered on this site has been very helpful, so thank you. However, I'm in need of more help. For the last year I've been collecting real fossils in the field and selling some to pay for more exotic rocks. In a recent post I found that my Solnhofen shrimp is, if not totally, mostly fake. Now I'm quite suspicious of my entire purchased collection and was hoping you could help me identify fakes. The first two pictures are apparently Priscacara, Green River Formation, Eocene; the next two supposedly Asteroidea, Morocco, Ordovician; the last three supposedly Triassic, Arizona petr
  7. I have never seen starfish and matrix like this. Do you think it is real or fake? Thanks in advance!
  8. rew

    What starfish is this?

    This fossil is of Late Ordovician age from the Upper Ktaoua Formation at Erfoud, Morocco. It is quite obviously a starfish, so is in the class Asteroidea. The starfish is about 8.5 cm across. I'd like to know if anyone has a more specific id, ideally the genus but otherwise the family or at least the order.
  9. Sooo....wondering if any of you in the academic field might know if there is a 3D printer fossil starfish "program"? Not sure what they are called....template? File? Anyways, I have seen some but they are not specifically fossil starfish. I would like a fossil starfish, not a modern. Anyways, just thought I'd ask.....
  10. historianmichael

    A Cold Day in the Glen Rose

    Back in the Fall I got permission to visit a small exposure of the Early Albian Glen Rose Formation. Unfortunately the property owner told me that I could only visit on a Friday. We had planned a visit a few times but for some reason or another the plans kept falling through. Today I finally got the chance to visit. Sadly today was one of the coldest days this month. Temperatures hovered in the low 40s with a wind chill factor in the low 30s. After visiting the site I checked out a couple of other spots in the area that I had previously visited. The finds were tough to come by, partly because
  11. madagascar

    Fossils from Morocco?

    From Morocco. Is it a fossil? Or a work of art?
  12. apple3.14

    Starfish and leaves

    I found a few interesting things at a road cut near Brady TX that I had went to with the Austin Paleontological society. I found a layer that had about 140 starfish and in the same area some of the layers had pieces of petrified wood and what looks like tiny leaves. Any info is appreciated Thanks
  13. I found this worn piece of Berea Sandstone that seems to have once hosted a bunch of brittle stars on the face. How would you calculate the risk:reward ratio wrt splitting it to see if there are pristine brittle star fossils inside, and if so, what's the best method to expose potential fossils without an air scribe and without jeopardizing the brittle stars that are exposed? It's about an inch thick and has a very, very, very slight hint of a fissure near the face. Sorry for the poor pics.
  14. RobFallen

    Ophuroidea

    From the album: Robs Fossil Collection

    Ophiuroidea brittle star starfish from the Atlas Mountains
  15. Largest find of Jurassic starfish and relatives ever discovered in the UK excavated by Natural History Museum British Natural History Museum Part-time adventurers’: amateur fossil hunters get record haul in Cotswolds More than 1,000 scientifically significant specimens taken from former quarry after discovery. Miranda Bryant, The Guardian, July 20, 2021 Yours, Paul H.
  16. Hi all, I have a particular request. I want to trade for a starfish or brittlestar I can trade one of the following two fossils: Predaceous diving beetle larva Coptoclava longipoda 125.5 - 122.5 mya | early Cretaceous Yixian Formation Liutiaogou Village, Dashuangmiao Town, Ningcheng County, Nei Mongol There are several additional insects as seen in the pictures below Black ammonite Trachyceras multituberculatum 232 - 221.5 mya | late Triassic Xiaowa Formation Lower Member, upper unit Guanling,
  17. The Amateur Paleontologist

    Request for papers on starfish from the Cretaceous of Europe

    Hi I'm looking for some papers, could someone send me PDF copies of these? I'd be really grateful! Gale, A.S. 1987. Goniasteridae (Asteroidea, Echinodermata) from the Late Cretaceous of north-west Europe. 1. Introduction. The genera Metopaster and Recurvaster. Mesozoic Research, 1, 1-69. Gale, A.S. 1986. Goniasteridae (Asteroidea, Echinodermata) from the Late Cretaceous of north-west Europe. 2. The genera Calliderma, Crateraster, Nymphaster and Chomataster. Mesozoic Research, 1, 151-186. Müller, A. H. 1953. Die isolierten Skelettelemente der Astero
  18. Antivm82

    Mystery fossil from South France

    About 18 years ago, when I was on holiday with my family in the Cevennes in southern France, I found lots of ammonite fossils near a rivier. I also picked up this slap of stone with strange imprints in it. Tracks of a sea creature like a worm or arthropod? On the other side are the imprints of something that looks like a starfish. It has been a mystery for me since the day I found it. Any suggestions/ideas what i can be?
  19. Tidgy's Dad

    Oldest Starfish Fossil

    https://www.moroccoworldnews.com/2021/01/332713/scientists-discover-worlds-oldest-starfish-fossil-in-morocco/ Excuse the terrible reporting, but otherwise very interesting.
  20. historianmichael

    PA Ordovician Starfish

    For Father's Day Weekend my dad and I drove into Pennsylvania yesterday to collect Ordovician fossils at a location I read about with access to the Salona Formation. With rain in the forecast I was a little worried the trip would be a total wash. Instead, we experienced beating sun, and, having left our hats at home, we quickly began to overheat. My dad also found two snakes while overturning some large rocks. To say the least my dad was ready to leave after an hour. Luckily I was able to convince him that if he wanted to stop he should at least let me poke around for another 30 minutes. While
  21. Saturday dawned a bit chilly, but the sun peeped out from lingering clouds to brighten a stellar day of fossil prospecting in the Ordovician bedrock of central Pennsylvania. We strolled along the limestone ground, like beachcombers peering in shallow shore waters, when my relatively newbie friend exclaimed, "That looks like a starfish!" Bingo...Indeed it was an Asteroidea. I'm guessing it's genus Urasterella, and I wonder how rare is this find. The specimen's longest ray is 1.75 inches (4.45 cm). Photos are the rock slab and a closeup of the mostly complete starfish, as f
  22. Welp. I did it. I got through the last of the fossil boxes. Tons of common stuff and Hundreds of old Ward’s samples to organize and inventory. but the very last specimen in the very last box is worth sharing....
  23. sixgill pete

    Aldebarania arenitea

    Found 8 Aug 2013. An extremely rare starfisht, it was 1 of less than 10 complete specimens ever found at that time. It was found in the sand layer of the Rocky Point member of the PeeDee. This layer contains abundant Flemingostrea subspatulata among other oysters along with Hardouinia mortonis and kellumi echinoids. This starfish was invertebrate fossil of the month in 08/2013.
  24. Bradley Flynn

    Devonian brittle stars.

    Went for an adventure today and found something new and exciting. A hash plate of brittle stars
  25. SandySam

    What this please.

    Hi, my 9 year old is wondering if this is a star fish fossil that he found today, can anyone confirm please.
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