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  1. Jose Serna

    Gastropod in Colombia

    I've found this about 50 miles from the Caribbean Sea in Colombia, in a cut made to a hill for a highway to pass through. The layer where I found it is almost vertical. I've looked and found similar shells in the web, but no one has the same grooves. Can anyone help me? Found near 8.531326033223863, -75.68011324026482
  2. I_gotta_rock

    Gasatropod

    As battered as this is, it is an unusually well-preserved specimen for this locality. Although there are brachiopods and bivalves that preserved as calcium carbonate at this locatlity, most gastropods in the Cretaceous of Delaware are either steinkerns or are preserved as battered phosphate with phosphate in-fill. Gouging appears to have occurred after fossilization since the matrix does not completely fill the gouges. Most shell predation at Reedy Point came from clionia sponges and boring clams. This resembles neither. This was found in loose sand from dredge spoils.
  3. Zenmaster6

    Gastropod Need ID (with echinoids)

    GlenRose Formation 105 - 115 MYA Found near roadcut in San Antonio Im thinking Tylostoma but I'm not sure. Maybe someone can chime in? Also check out these echinoids I found there as well (and the hermit crab claw)
  4. Location is in Missouri The area is dated to the Pennsylvanian Formation: Iola limestone formation Subformation: Muncie Creek Shale Member Hello and happy valentines day ! I was re-examining my old collection of Muncie creek shale nodules and found these peculiar specimens Originally I posted an image of one of my larger heart shaped fossils in my member's albumwhere someone mentioned it could be some sort of bellerophontid gastropod but now that I found a second more complete specimen I think it was time to ask fossil ID to get more eyes and possible identifi
  5. As I am working my way through the Keasey fm. rocks looking for fossils, I was gathering up the shards and small pieces and I notice a small piece of shell in the deep water piece I was working. Kept it just to check it out. as you can see the gastropod (I think, closest shells with the ribbing and rings are Bruclarkia columbiana and Solenosteira macrospira (does not seem to have been found in the Keasey Fm.)) The rest of the matrix is very hard and the dental picks won't scratch what is left. I think the center shows this is definitely a Gastropod but only a partial shell and one that is rea
  6. Hello, I found these gastropods in north Cape Coral, FL. They were in a pile of shells being used for landscaping so I presume that the sediments came from a nearby quarry of ?Pleistocene age, possibly the Caloosahatchee Fm. Can someone help me verify and identify these fossils? Thank you!
  7. Gregory Kruse

    Florida Gastropod Identification Help

    Hello, Please see the attached photos, I found this along the Withlacoochee River in Madison County, FL. Up the river from the limestone is Madison Blue Spring State Park located approximately ten miles east of Madison, FL. The limestone is from the Oligocene age Suwanee Limestone and I am interested in learning more about the spiral shaped gastropod in the center of the photo. There are other interesting shells in this specimen as well. Please see attached photos for reference. Thank you in advance! Greg Kruse Casper, WY
  8. So, I went out to check on my rabbit today. She’s been digging a big hole in the backyard, making herself a home. I was going through the dirt, seeing if I can find anything. Sure enough, I found something. As weird as it may sound, my rabbit found this, not me. I just found it in her dirt pile. It looks like remnants of a gastropod and a fossilized bone encased in a rock. Anyway, I thought it was very funny. I wanted to show you what what she found. Pictures are attached. Jared
  9. Gregory Kruse

    California Gastropod Identification Help

    I purchased this large gastropod fossil at a rock and mineral show back in 1991. The location is from Capitola, California, USA and I believe that it may be Pliocene in age. Any help in identifying it would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!
  10. Tidgy's Dad

    ADAM'S SILURIAN

    Hoooooooooooorrrrrrrrrrrraaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Here we are at last, into Adam's Silurian. Thanks for looking. First up is the Lower Silurian or Llandovery and I begin with a problem. I posted this one incorrectly in Adam's Ordovician as it had got it's label muddled up with an Ordovician Favosites I had that has vanished in the move here, but is being replaced by kind forum member @Herb Anyway, this, I remember now I've found the correct label, is from the greenish Browgill Formation, part of the Stockdale Group from a cutting near Skelg
  11. Gregory Kruse

    Florida Gastropod Identification Help

    Hello everyone, I found this gastropod along the Sanibel Causeway in Ft. Myers, FL. They were in a pile of shells being used for landscaping so I presume that the sediments came from a nearby quarry of ?Pleistocene age, possibly the Caloosahatchee Fm. Can someone help me verify and identify this fossil? Family Turridae? Thank you!
  12. Microraptorfan

    Permian Gastropod

    This a Permian Gastropod I found in County Durham, at Ford Quarry. I have been using this guide http://www.limestonelandscapes.info/media/11163/Zechstein-Reef-Fossils-and-their-palaeoecology-WEB/pdf/ZechsteinReefFossilsWEB.pdf to try to determine its genus, if its possible. There are a few other disarticulated remains if this helps. Does anyone here know enough about Molluscs to help? This is counted as Locality 2 in the guide, there are three possible genus, Yunnania, Naticopsis and Mourlonia. The gastropod is about 4cm in diameter at its widest point.
  13. minnbuckeye

    Unknown Gastropod

    I had to make a trip to the "big" city of Rochester, Mn today. As I drove by a new building site that exposed some Decorah Shale, I had to make a stop. The Decorah Shale is an impervious layer that keeps pollution from seeping into deeper rock layers and contaminating our ground water. Obviously, building permits are being obtained without adherence to the zoning which prevents interuption of this great geologic feature! I will drink my own water but collect fossils from these ill conceived sites. While visiting such a site, I discovered this tiny gastropod that I can not identify.
  14. Hello everyone, I found these gastropods along the Sanibel Causeway in Ft. Myers, FL. They were in a pile of shells being used for landscaping so I presume that the sediments came from a nearby quarry of ?Pleistocene age, possibly the Caloosahatchee Fm. Can someone help me verify and identify this fossil? Family Muricidae? Thank you!
  15. Gregory Kruse

    Need help identifying this Florida Fossil

    Hello, I found this gastropod along the Sanibel Causeway in Ft. Myers, FL. They were in a pile of shells being used for landscaping so I presume that the sediments came from a nearby quarry of ?Pleistocene age. Can someone help me verify and identify this fossil? Family Muricidae? More challenges to come in future posts!Thank you!
  16. Hello, I found these gastropods along the Sanibel Causeway in Ft. Myers, FL. They were in a pile of shells being used for landscaping so I presume that the sediments came from a nearby quarry of ?Pleistocene age, possibly the Caloosahatchee Fm. Can someone help me verify and identify this fossil? I know its Conus, can we id the species? Ihave read that there are thousands of species, so it might not be possible. Thank you!
  17. Gregory Kruse

    Gastropod Identification 1

    Hello all, I need some help identifying this gastropod. It is from the Babcock Ranch northeast of Cape Coral and Ft. Myers. We collected these fine specimens from some of the "spoils" near the golf course. It appears to be a gastropod, but that is as far as I can go with the identification. Does anyone have any idea what the age and formation would be at this former quarry site? Most of my references would say "undifferentiated Pilo-Pleistocene deposits. Attached is a photo and a kmz link to the site. Thank you in advance! Greg Kruse Casper, WY Babcock
  18. Gregory Kruse

    Florida Gastropod Identification Help

    Hello, I found this gastropod along the Sanibel Causeway in Ft. Myers, FL. They were in a pile of shells being used for landscaping so I presume that the sediments came from a nearby quarry of ?Pleistocen age. . I have consulted the Florida Museum's database and found a similar species: http://specifyportal.flmnh.ufl.edu/ip/ (specimen #100196) VERMICULARIA SPIRATA under the Family Turritellidae. Can someone help me verify and identify this fossil? Thank you!
  19. Thomas.Dodson

    Georgia Dredge Mollusk ID Help

    These are some unidentified mollusk fossils I collected among the dredge spoils along the Savannah River in Savannah, Georgia a couple years back. Because of the mixed nature of the dredge sediments exact aging isn't possible but they represent Miocene, Pliocene, and Pleistocene sediments. Most of the stuff from this site has been identified and @MikeR's resources have been a great help for some other ones but I'd like some help on these. # 1, 2, and 3. Some Muricid? I'm not really sure where to start to try and narrow it down. #4 #5 Crepidu
  20. elcoincoin

    Gastropod Saint-Laon - 1

    From the album: 2020, a year in review - 3 : cephalopods & gastropods

    Gastropod from Saint-Laon (France) - Callovian - collected in october 2020
  21. elcoincoin

    Gastropod Saint-Laon - 3

    From the album: 2020, a year in review - 3 : cephalopods & gastropods

    Gastropod from Saint-Laon (France) - Callovian - collected in october 2020
  22. elcoincoin

    Gastropod Saint-Laon - 2

    From the album: 2020, a year in review - 3 : cephalopods & gastropods

    Gastropod from Saint-Laon (France) - Callovian - collected in october 2020
  23. Found this ammonite or gastropod this afternoon between Capon Bridge and Wardensville. The formation is supposed to be Oriskany Sandstone, but it looked like siltstone not sandstone. Is this an ammonite or a gastropod? It seems too big to be a gastropod to me, but wanted to check, as I've never found an ammonite in the area before. Thanks! Matt
  24. Large shell fossil

    Large imprints found

    Hello! While living in Hawaii, I found these, I really do not know much about them, they are heavy and solid, any ideas on what they are? They were found on beach in sand like this, round and separate from a large rock, one is double sided
  25. elcoincoin

    Gastropod Saint-Laon - 4

    From the album: 2020, a year in review - 3 : cephalopods & gastropods

    Gastropod from Saint-Laon (France) - Callovian - collected in october 2020
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