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Found 1,173 results

  1. Taxocrinus stuertzii FOLLMANN, 1887

    From the album Invertebrates

    Taxocrinus stuertzii FOLLMANN, 1887 Early Devonian Early Emsian Hunsrueck Shale Bundenbach Grube Eschenbach Rhineland-Palatinate Germany
  2. Archaeopteris halliana

    Hey everyone, Does anyone know the approximate age and formation that Archaeopteris halliana comes from in Devonian Youngsville, NY?
  3. Hey TFF! Sorry to bug you guys with all these ID requests as of late, now that I have my own car and license I can now go to several (more like 2) fossil sites so I have quite a bit of material that I’m clueless about. Today my brother and his friend took me back to the river/creek where they found the cool rock erosion/formation and burrow fossils last time on his property. The trek was treacherous and the fossils were practically non existent, not so much as a brachiopod despite it being a perfect location with a huge shale outcropping and wall. I have a bunch of finds I am uncertain of, if anyone could help me identify them, that’d be great.
  4. Taxocrinus stuertzii FOLLMANN, 1887

    From the album Invertebrates

    Taxocrinus stuertzii FOLLMANN, 1887 Early Devonian Early Emsian Hunsrueck Shale Bundenbach Grube Eschenbach Rhineland-Palatinate Germany
  5. I spent the Holiday weekend in Port Clinton, Ohio visiting my relatives. On my drive to there, I made a slight detour so that I could visit the fossil site north of Paulding, Ohio. I must commend La Farge Quarry for their creation and upkeep of the park!!!!! They must, unlike most quarries, realize the treasures that lurk within their rock. The park consists of about 10 rows, 100 feet long of fossiliferous rock they provide for the public's enjoyment. Some of the piles are weathered and some are fresh. Certain species are better found in the weathered rock, others in the fresh. Look at both!! Here is a sampling of what can be found in a few hours of collecting: Brachiopods abound from small to large.
  6. Devonian Interuptus

    Hi, Monday I visited a new site highly recommended by another TFF member. It was a roadcut on an interstate highway near Schoharie, NY. The roadcut exposed what I believe (based on fauna and preservation) the Lower Devonian Kalkberg Formation, part of the Helderberg Group (410 million years old). The day was gorgeous. Temp was in the low 70s. Fossils were plentiful in particular layers and the preservation was often excellent. Many were found loose from the matrix lying in the rubble. As with other exposures of the Kalkberg in Schoharie County, the biodiversity was awesome. I collected for two and a half hours, exploring only about half of the exposure when a state trooper pulled up and informed me that this highway allowed emergency stopping only and recommended I move along. I had time to gather all of my finds and my tools. I am a bit sad knowing I can't return to this very productive site and that there were likely more magnificent specimens still sitting there waiting to be picked up. However, I'm glad that I had the opportunity to collect there once. Here is an overview of my finds and a pair of Diaphorostoma ventricosum gastropods on matrix.
  7. More trilo-bits

    Still just finding bits. Two pygidia in one piece, and a small cephalon. This entire area must have been a shell pile like you see at the beach today. You know, the ones you have to walk around when bare footed. Nothing but shells, bits n' pieces. Cheers.
  8. Greenops with a hitchiker ?

    The high axial lobe of this pygidium reminds me of the Greenops. Should I put it in that collection camp ? Also, he has a little hitchiker riding piggyback. I assume it is an Eldredgeops that's been a bit distorted. Or is it something different ? Cheers,
  9. orthoceras, goniatite and ? ? ? ?

    Hi everyone. Picked these up yesterday in my garden. The orthoceras orthocone are familiar as is the piece of a goniatite (3rd one here so far) but am wondering what the larger piece is ? It is very smooth, and has the same color, texture and symmetry as the goniatites but is much thinner in proportion. Pictured is both sides and a longitudinal view to hopefully show the symmetry and relatively thin profile. Does it look familiar to any of you ? Thanks.
  10. Bryozoans

    Here are a few pics of the bryozoans I cracked into today. Experimenting with the camera, hope they come out OK. (will delete some if necessary) You may see more detail by saving and zooming in ..... not sure. Thanks for looking, Enjoy.
  11. Dipleura Cephalon ?

    Hi folks. I cracked into some very nice bryozoans today. Mostly the fenestella (?) and also see this item that looks like the upturned nose of a dipleura. Do you see the same ? Will post some pics of the bryozoans in the general section. Thanks.
  12. Went out to Iowa for a Devonian hunt. Found a few placoderm teeth and what I'm told is a Dunkleosteus jaw/tooth bit. I'm happy. Can't wait to go back this Fall. I also found some nice crystals, pyrite and partial trilobites. Placoderm material Anyone know what this is from? My best guess is possible shark tooth.....? Dunkleosteus bit (it needs some prep and reconstruction)
  13. Hello, Here are some of my favorite finds from the Belgian devonian. Orthoceras and Manticoceras
  14. From the album Lower Devonian

    Discomyorthis oblata (orthid brachiopod) Lower Devonian Kalkberg Formation Helderberg Group Route 20 road cut Leesville, N.Y.
  15. From the album Lower Devonian

    Leptaena rhomboidalis (orthid brachiopods) Lower Devonian Kalkberg Formation Helderberg Group Route 20 road cut Leesville, N.Y.
  16. From the album Lower Devonian

    Megakozlowskiella perlamellosa (spirifer brachiopod) Lower Devonian Kalkberg Formation Helderberg Group Route 20 road cut Leesville, N.Y.
  17. From the album Lower Devonian

    Favosites helderbergiae (tabulate coral) Lower Devonian Kalkberg Formation Helderberg Group Route 20 road cut Leesville, N.Y.
  18. Eifelian fieldtrip in Couvin

    Saturday 09/06/2018 the BVP ( read: local paleontology club ) organised a fieldtrip to the quarry of " La Couvinoise" next to the town of Couvin. Here we find Eifelian deposits (former Couvinian ) We had a very nice day with various finds and the whole day we had the background noise of a chorus of green frogs who had made their home in the large pound in the old part af the quarry. The site delivered a multitude of fossil corals and brachiopods and sometimes a gastropod or even a trilobite fragment. the start of the excurtion: Lumachelle of Stringocephalus burtuni: the frog pond in the quarry: the bottom of the quarry: some of the finds: large Atrypas: Sieberella: Calceola sandalina: A nice large favosites: And my girlfriend made the find of the day: the cephalon of a phacopid trilobite:
  19. This past weekend I stopped by Glenerie, NY to look for some Devonian braciopods and gastropods. This was a very cool location as many of the shells, preserved in silica, weather out of the rock complete and ripe for the taking. Thanks @Jeffrey P for suggesting the location! I plan to spend much of this summer exploring the fossil localities of NY and this spot was certainly a great introduction. Here are some of my finds. Brachiopods
  20. I found the fossil below along the banks of the Muskegon River in Big Rapids, Michigan. All the pictures are different angles of the same fossil. I am hoping someone can identify it. The rock is about 2 inches in length (50 mm). I mostly find things from the Paleozoic era. Thanks in advance.
  21. http://www.newsweek.com/400-million-year-old-ancestor-dinosaurs-humans-and-bony-fish-discovered-954474?piano_t=1
  22. Odontocephalus sp.

    From the album Trilobites

    Odontocephalus sp. (possibly O. selenurus) Field Collection Devonian Imported fill (Dundee, Bois Blanc, Amherstberg Fms), London, Canada. Cephalic fringe fragment. Very rare in Ontario with only a small number of fragments reported in the last 130 years.
  23. Hapalocrinus innoxius Schmidt, 1934

    From the album Invertebrates

    Hapalocrinus innoxius Schmidt, 1934 Early Devonian Early Emsian Hunsrueck Shale Bundenbach Grube Eschenbach Rhineland-Palatinate Germany
  24. Hapalocrinus sp.

    From the album Invertebrates

    Hapalocrinus sp. Early Devonian Early Emsian Hunsrueck Shale Bundenbach Grube Eschenbach Rhineland-Palatinate Germany
  25. Crinoid Part?

    From my new favorite spot I found this weathered out. I think its part of a Crinoid though I'm not sure. Any help would be appreciated.
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