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  1. Jared C

    Tetragramma sp.

    From the album: Texas Albian (Cretaceous)

    Tetragramma sp. Albian Texas Found at site #14, dubbed by my step brother and I as the "Anti-wishing well" - but it sure seems like a wishing well to me! It's a tiny site at the base of an ephemeral waterfall revealing comanche peak shales - a lithological feature I was unaware of being possible in the comanche peak until the site's discovery.
  2. I'm really enjoying tinkering with my phone photography skills, and this composure of a February Tetragramma is probably my best image I've made with this technique so far. It still doesn't have the same clarity as a proper camera would show (immediately evident when you zoom in), but I think it still makes a nice first impression.
  3. Jared C

    Comanche peak fm. Tetragramma

    From the album: Proudest finds

    My first Tetragramma sp. echinoid, found in a micro exposure of extremely fossiliferous mudstone from the Comanche peak formation
  4. Jared C

    First Tetragramma! (2/19/2022)

    As most of you should be able to easily tell, I know virtually nothing about invertebrates, despite the good potential my area has for them. However, I was super fortunate the other day to find what ranks among my two best invertebrate finds: My first Tetragramma echinoid While looking for flint nodules to knap, my step brother encountered a tiny little oasis of shale/clay in a vast sea of limestone. He wasn't immediately interested, but still mentioned it when he was talking about how he also found some solid, climbable boulders in the same area. From the photo, I
  5. As most of you should be able to easily tell, I know virtually nothing about invertebrates, despite the good potential my area has for them. However, I was super fortunate the other day to find what ranks among my two best invertebrate finds: My first Tetragramma echinoid While looking for flint nodules to knap, my step brother encountered a tiny little oasis of shale/clay in a vast sea of limestone. He wasn't immediately interested, but still mentioned it when he was talking about how he also found some solid, climbable boulders in the same area. From the photo, I
  6. erose

    Tetragramma sp.

    From the album: Texas Echinoids, ERose

    Undescribed Tetragramma sp. Unit 3, Upper Member, Glen Rose Formation, Trinity Group (Albian) Kendall County, Texas

    © E Rose

  7. kathrynjenine

    Help identify

    Help identifying where these are from
  8. It has been a while since I did an Echies of Texas post...too long!! But it's been an echinoid dry spell here for me.....I've found some lovely stuff, but just not anything NEW to me! I was given a couple of Echies that were new to me but I didn't TECHNICALLY find them, so they don't really count (for me...i'm particular that way!) . I will post pics of them because I am happy to have them in my collection regardless!! BUT, back to my personal urchin drought. . It's getting hot in Texas (Summertime...duh). But I still like to get out occasionally. I went a little further afield last week (o
  9. Ludwigia

    Tetragramma variolare (Brongiart 1822)

    From the album: Echinodermata

    2.5cm. diameter. Early Cenomanian, Late Cretaceous. From Falaise du Cap de la Heve, Normandy, France.
  10. From the album: Kcw Site 2, Callahan Co., Tx

    Same fossil assemblage from SE Callahan County showing Oral surfaces.
  11. From the album: Kcw Site 2, Callahan Co., Tx

    An assemblage of fossils found in Lower Cretaceous, Comanche/Walnut Formation at a site in SE Callahan Co., Tx. Phymosoma texana, Coenholectypus planetus?., Tetragramma sp. (all showing Aboral surfaces), Tylostoma sp.
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