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  1. nala

    Carboniferous seed

    From my last hunt in the Westphalien of Northern France,the stem seems to grow from the seed(Trigonocarpus)but i think the seed probably fall on a Alethopteris stem,very strange An Idea?
  2. Osman82

    Plant fosil

  3. Kurczak

    Fossil plant

    Hi I found such a flat piece. It is benetite? Age: Cretaceous? Location: Wisła river area,Southern Poland,Kraków
  4. Hi all! Brand new member here but long time geological fan and rockhounder. I am new to Texas and my job site has quite a bit of echinoid and bivalve fossils, and I was out rummaging around in the woods looking for some fossils when a “stone” on the soil surface stood out like a sore thumb to all the geological type base material in the area. In one little pocket in the under brush of cedar I noticed crystalline formations on material that was unique to the whole area. I am new to the whole geological formations but I was assuming it was in the glen rose formation type area. Anyone based on lo
  5. HuckMucus

    Plant or?

    I found this on my place which makes no sense. I'm on a whitewater mountain river with gravel, rocks, boulders (granite). Most non-granite rock comes down from above and it's worn. This doesn't appear to be river-tumbled. The thing in it caught my eye and reminds me of wood but I'm not sure. Any ideas?
  6. yardrockpaleo

    Plant? from Florissant Fossil Quarry

    Hello everyone, I was chipping through my bag of shale I brought back from Florissant Fossil Quarry (highly recommend!) and this fossil caught my eye. It's probably from some plant, could you give me an idea of what it is roughly?
  7. Check the entries below carefully and cast your vote! PM me if you notice any errors with the entries. The poll ends February 9th. Be sure to vote in our other FOTM poll, HERE 1. Prionocyclus hyatti ammonite - Upper Cretaceous (Turonian), Blue Hill Mbr. of the Carlile Shale - Sandoval County, New Mexico 2. Amoeboceras serratum ammonite with siphuncle visible - Jurassic, Upper Oxfordian (160 Ma) - Bronnitsy, Moscow Oblast, Russia 3. Acanthotelson stimpsoni shrimp - 307 million years old, Pennsylvanian, Francis Creek S
  8. The winner of the December 2020 IPFOTM goes to... Diplocalamites sp. horsetail - Middle Pennsylvanian - New Mexico Congratulations to @Kato !!!
  9. Crazyhen

    Plant fossil from Yunnan?

    This is a specimen from Luoping, Yunnan Province of China. Triassic. It looks like a conifer. Is it a plant fossil ? Plant fossils are rarely found in the Triassic formation there.
  10. My youngest son found this many years ago. When he found it, (lifting big slabs of rock) it was very appearent that is was going to fall apart. I picked up my little 2oz bottle of super glue and was going to glue it up so that it had a better chance of making the trip home? Well, that didnt work so good. I put the tip of the bottle, ( I use those little needle tips) where I wanted to put glue. It wasnt comeing out so I squeezed harder. Big mistake! The tip popped off and the glue came out like a river! Frigin glue everywhere!!! Anyways, the kid was snoopin in some boxes and totes
  11. Terry H

    Nevada tree trunk/plant?

    Trying to find out what this is. Found in the Northern Nevada desert. It looks like a round tree trunk 10 inches across. Half of the outer surface is somewhat smooth and the other half has a stepped pattern that reminds me of how some plants grow stems upwards. The pic that shows this section maybe upside down. The photographer and I aren't sure whats up or down. The texture is like glass, we think its opalized? Very sharp edges and smooth. It's brittle. The color is brown on outside with white calcium patches. Inner area is a solid carmel color with tint of green, there are no flashes of rain
  12. Planko

    Fossil Lycophytes from Texas

    Hey Everyone, I need some help. Still not sure but think this might be a fossil piece of Lycophytes or similar species. Found North Sulfur River in Delta County, Tx about two weeks ago. I cannot find anything online that shows that this species or similar was in Tx. My web hunting skills are not the best in the world though. Any responses are greatly appreciated.
  13. paleo.nath

    Strange fossil, Bug? Plant?

    Sorry about the double post on here, i’m sorting out my display at the moment. I’ve got this fossil here that I found in North Attleboro, it’s pennsylvanian in age and at first I had thought it may have been an insect, probably just wishful thinking. It’s about a half inch long
  14. I collected these presumed plant parts at a late Pleistocene site in Roosevelt Co., NM. They are mineralized, and came out of the same layer of sediment as Mammoth, Equus, Ground Sloth, etc. The triangular "stem" parts remind me of Sedge, but I'm not sure.
  15. paleoflor

    Collection Photography

    L.S., Though I think I generally keep a reasonable administration (insofar as numbering and cataloguing my specimens), the identification and photography seem to always lag behind... One of my goals for 2021 is to catch up a bit, so I've been reorganising old photographs and taking new ones. Many old identifications have been reconsidered too, often actually yielding less specific results... At this stage, I thought it would be nice to share some of the updated photography work. Sharing the photographs helps me keep motivated and may even prove useful for identification. I plan to
  16. Hello, I have an unidentified plant from the Jiufotang Formation of Sihedang, Lingyuan, Liaoning Province I acquired this plant as a Baiera sp. However, due to the way it was preserved, I cannot tell if it has the characteristic "split-vein" lobes of Ginkgoales. Also problematic is that Baiera sp. from Jiufotang seem to come in a wide variety of shapes Here are two pics of Baiera sp. from China. There is also a paywalled article A new species of Baiera from the Early Cretaceous Jehol Biota of southeastern Jilin, China so I'd appreciate if anyone can share i
  17. paleoflor

    unidentified plant remains

    From the album: Steinbruch Piesberg (Osnabrück, Germany)

    © T.K.T. Wolterbeek

  18. paleoflor

    Annularia sp.

    From the album: Steinbruch Piesberg (Osnabrück, Germany)

    © T.K.T. Wolterbeek

  19. paleoflor

    Stachyopitys sp.

    From the album: Coalmine Quarry (Nymboida, Australia)

    © T.K.T. Wolterbeek

  20. From the album: Coalmine Quarry (Nymboida, Australia)

    © T.K.T. Wolterbeek

  21. paleoflor

    unidentified plant remains

    From the album: Coalmine Quarry (Nymboida, Australia)

    © T.K.T. Wolterbeek

  22. paleoflor

    Cladophlebis sp.

    From the album: Coalmine Quarry (Nymboida, Australia)

    © T.K.T. Wolterbeek

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