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  1. grg1109

    Id please

    Found: Tully Limestone, Central NY, Middle Devonian. I'm pretty sure it's a Bryozoan, no, maybe a coral...I don't know? Perhaps Atactotoechus fruticosus? Thanks Greg
  2. This is a photo(color photos in the hand) of the specimen I found. Middle Devonian, Tully Limestone, Central NYS. I was told that it was a Phacopida Asteropygin, non described species, and was sent this other photo (non color) photo. I would like to get the id name straight. This is a quote from the preparer: "Greg trilobite was almost prepared we are another time in lock down... snarge... but in any case let me know if u wanna restoration parts were skin was missed.... i can resto in high quality but i need to find a good metacanthina to copy missed skin or medium quality apoxie and paint
  3. grg1109

    Id please

    Upper Middle Devonian, Central NY, Tully Limestone. This is a piece I only recently discovered that I've had. I'm not quite sure what to make of the figures in the rock. Rock is approx. 2" X 1 1/8", figures range from approx. 1/8" to 1/4" Help appreciated Thanks Greg
  4. grg1109

    Gastropod

    I found this Gastropod in the same rock as the topic ("no idea what so ever"). Tully Limestone, Cortland Cnty., Central New York, Middle Devonian. This one is a bit different. I think the id is: Platyceras carinatum(from the "Field Guide to Devonian Fossils" page174-175). Am I close? Approx. 29mm or 1 1/8" long X 13mm or 9/16" wide. Thanks Greg
  5. Found in Tully Limestone, Cortland Cnty., Central NY, Middle Devonian I assume this is a juvenile Dipleura dekayi trilobite (approx. 1" across)...Cephalon only. Greg
  6. grg1109

    no idea what so ever

    I have no idea what this is...but, I've found two of them in the same rock. I've not the slightest idea on even where to start looking. The first is easy to spot(approx 1" X 1/2"), the second has a pin towards it(approx. 3/4"). Thanks Greg
  7. grg1109

    Bivalve?

    Here's Bivalve(I think). The closest Id I could find is: Pteriomorphia ambonychiacea. But, usually when I think I've id'd something... I'm wrong...what do others think?
  8. grg1109

    Two Brachiopods

    I have been unable to find these two Brachiopods in my books. I would like to know if anyone can id them for me. I have to add that I "assume" the first is a Brachiopod. I have looked in Lower, Middle and upper Devonian Brachiopods of NY and also Devonian Bivalves of NY. Thanks Greg
  9. grg1109

    two strange fossils

    I've come across these two fossils...not sure what to make of the "cigar shaped" one(1 5/8" X 5/8")...not a clue where to look for an ID. The second one..."snail shaped"( 5/8")... I guess I should start under "Gastropods". Thanks Greg
  10. grg1109

    Cephalon

    This one has really got me. I can't figure out it's orientation. I've looked for id and the closest I can come up with is Viaphacops cristatus. But, not "seeing it...don't know. I think this is the correct direction...with the Trilopod looking up...but on the right side of the photo(on top of this direction) what would be it's back...the edge of the exoskeleton is convex...which doesn't make sense either, as shown in the 2nd photo. Thanks Greg
  11. grg1109

    Coral fossil cyclolite?

    It was suggested that the photos below are of Coral fossil cyclolite. However, I can't find any information with that name. Does anyone know what it is? Perhaps it has another name? Approx. 1/2" dia. Thanks Greg
  12. grg1109

    Trilobite plus?

    Ok, foolishly I was hoping that the Limestone would "pop" off the front of this Trilobite. But, I've run into a problem. At first I thought it was a Bryozoan lying along side...then I found spikes? Can anyone tell me what I've run into here? Thanks Greg
  13. grg1109

    Trilobite

    I had posted this in the "Fossil Trips" section with different photos...There has been some discussion of what the species is. Some think its a Greenops Sp, some think Greenops bellacartwrightia and one is unsure if it's a "described species". I've been researching online and examining my Trilobite. I'm unsure it's either of the named species. There are just some troubles with each of them. The bellacartwrightia seems "more round" than mine...but mine has its spikes which are missing from the Sp. which seems narrow. Below are (hopefully) better photos. The one with the blue lines shows one obv
  14. grg1109

    Coral Id ?

    Went to a new site today...found one of my "bucket listers"(1st photo). And a Coral...but, can't ID it. It's in the blue circle(last photo) Thanks Greg
  15. Mediospirifer

    Algae, Crinoid Arms, Or Something Else?

    My husband and I collected this piece of Tully limestone (Devonian) last summer for the brachiopods (on the other side). Last month, he was sitting near the shelf where we have the day's collection, and decided to take a closer look at a few things while he was waiting around. He looked at the depression in this rock: and noticed an interesting texture that wasn't visible in the field: I've looked at it under magnification, and it reminds me of a modern ground pine. Considering that the other fossils in the rock are marine brachiopods, it seems more likely to me that this is either an a
  16. Mediospirifer

    Two Odd Features In Tully Limestone

    A couple of weeks ago, during a brief January thaw, I collected several pounds of Tully limestone from a local creekbed. When I went to clean the mud off, I found that some pieces had an odd, bumpy texture that I'm not familiar with, and other pieces had a black coating that looked like a coat of paint. Except that I've never found paint inside a rock before! Here's one of the textured pieces: Top: Top showing edge detail: One side: Bottom: I'll post another side and a different piece in the next post.
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