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Found 51 results

  1. Heterophrentis sp. (Billings 1875)

    From the album Corals

    4.5cm. A nicely formed little sample with iron pyrites. Hungry Hollow Member Widder Formation Givetian Middle Devon From Hungry Hollow, Arkona, Ontario, Canada
  2. From the album Gastropods and Bivalves Worldwide

    5cm. long. On Matrix with a lot of bryozoan, crinoid, brachiopod, trilobite & coral detritus, particularly a nicely pyritized Heliophyllum(?) Hungry Hollow Member Widder Formation Givetian Middle Devon
  3. Naticonema lineata (Conrad 1842)

    From the album Gastropods and Bivalves Worldwide

    3cm. Hungry Hollow Member Widder Formation Givetian Middle Devon Found at the south pit at Hungry Hollow, Arkona, On., Canada
  4. From the album Gastropods and Bivalves Worldwide

    5cm. long Hungry Hollow Member Widder Formation Givetian Middle Devon Found at the south pit at Hungry Hollow, Arkona, On., Canada
  5. Pholidostrophia nacrea (Hall 1852)

    From the album Brachiopoda

    15mm. Hungry Hollow Member Widder Formation Givetian Middle Devon Found at the south pit at Hungry Hollow, Arkona, On., Canada
  6. Callipleura nobilis (Hall 1860)

    From the album Brachiopoda

    3cm. Hungry Hollow Member Widder Formation Givetian Middle Devon Found at the south pit at Hungry Hollow, Arkona, On., Canada
  7. Platyaxum frondosum (Nicholson 1874)

    From the album Corals

    10x5.5cm. Hungry Hollow Member Widder Formation Givetian Middle Devon Found at the south pit at Hungry Hollow, Arkona, On., Canada
  8. From the album Trilobites

    Pygidium. 3.5cm. Hungry Hollow Member Widder Formation Givetian Middle Devon Found at the south pit at Hungry Hollow, Arkona, On., Canada
  9. Strange fossil?

    Hello, I’m new to the forum and to fossils so please forgive my inexperience. I found this a few weeks ago on Sidmouth beach in Devon, south west England amongst the pebbles and shells on the sand. It is very light weight (22.5g) and a blue/grey colour. The interesting thing to me is its weight, and the notable grooves and holes. I’m not even sure if it really is a fossil but any insight would be really appreciated! many thanks.
  10. Hexagonaria quadrigemina (Goldfuss 1820)

    From the album Corals

    8x7x4cm. Sötenicher Kalkmulde Middle Devon Givetian Found in the Eifel, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.
  11. Cornwall and south Devon 'originally part of mainland Europe' Study reveals Britain acquired regions when struck by land bearing what is now France, Ima Sample, The Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/science/2018/sep/14/cornwall-and-south-devon-originally-belonged-to-europe The open access paper is: Arjan H. Dijkstra, and Callum Hatch, 2018, Mapping a hidden terrane boundary in the mantle lithosphere with lamprophyres Nature Communications. 9, Article number: 3770 https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-06253-7 Yours, Paul H.
  12. https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/devon-fossil-predates-dinosaurs-links-1955629#
  13. Is this Amber?

    Hi there, My son (11) has found what he believes to be a piece of Amber, while we were fossil hunting on the Jurassic Coast. Can anybody tell us if this could be Amber, it's definitely not glass. Also, what is the best method to try to clean it up? We'd like to try to polish it up. Thanks in advance, Adrian and Henry
  14. Grammysoidea arcuata (Hall)

    Steinkern.
  15. Grammysia bisulcata (Conrad)

    Steinkern.
  16. Specimens of corals from the Devonian limestones of Devonshire in England are hard to come by nowadays - this is one I've just bought and repolished. It's likely to be a 19th century sample from when the quarries and marble trade were flourishing - many such pieces were sold then as scientific specimens, and many more were used decoratively. Frechastraea sp. , Givetian/lower Frasnian, Torquay area. The brass scale bar is 1cm long.
  17. Planning a trip to England this summer ... just want to hear opinions from the forum members on the general do's and dont's for collecting on the Jurassic coast, or recommendations of any kind... thanks!
  18. Gerastos sp. (Goldfuss 1843)

    From the album Trilobites

    "The blind trilobite". 2cm. long. From the Devonian Emsian in Morocco. Prepped out of a small block recieved recently from Aaron (AncientEarth).
  19. Bembexia sulcomarginata

    Steinkern
  20. Palaeozygopleura hamiltoniae

    Steinkern
  21. Glyptomaria (Dictomaria) capillaria

    Steinkern
  22. Platyceras bucculentum

    Sitting on a Dolatocrinus crown.
  23. 4 specimens on a hash plate together with crinoid and brachiopod debris.
  24. Hallo Friends, Colleages, Collectors Grauwacke and the Rhenish Slate Mountains Bundenbach and Gemünden are famous for the roof slate mining and the fantastic fossils that are handed over. Bundenbach is Unesco World Heritage. But the "Rheinische Schiefergebirge" has even more to offer .... Quartz clefts with great mountain crystals, ore mining and "Grauwacke" - a Palaeozoic sandstone with a high proportion of clay minerals and FOSSILS ..... see the pictures ..... these Pieces are from the quarry between Dieblich and Niederfell on the Mosel, a few kilometers further is Alken, famous for Devonian plant fossils ...... there I still have to go ....!
  25. Hallo Friends, Colleages, Collectors Grauwacke and the Rhenish Slate Mountains Bundenbach and Gemünden are famous for the roof slate mining and the fantastic fossils that are handed over. Bundenbach is Unesco World Heritage. But the "Rheinische Schiefergebirge" has even more to offer .... Quartz clefts with great mountain crystals, ore mining and "Grauwacke" - a Palaeozoic sandstone with a high proportion of clay minerals and FOSSILS ..... see the pictures ..... these Pieces are from the quarry between Dieblich and Niederfell on the Mosel, a few kilometers further is Alken, famous for Devonian plant fossils ...... there I still have to go ....!
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