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  1. I_gotta_rock

    Boletechinus Sea Urchin

    This specimen comes from the 1980 dredge spoils of the C and D Canal. The type specimen for this species comes from the Navesink Formation exposure of the same canal, not far away. Known by locals, it was not actually described until 1986. Although not the most common of species at this locality, and almost unknown outside of Delaware, these miniscule urchins were nonetheless plentiful at the Reedy Point spoils. Recent excavation for barrow removed most of the sand where my specimen was found.
  2. Zenmaster6

    Glen Rose Texas ID help

    GlenRose Formation 105 - 115 MYA Found near roadcut in San Antonio First I want to warn you, These are low quality photos due to it being night and having a dim light in translucent glass. So if you are unable to further identify due to poor quality photos, I understand wholeheartedly. Without further adieu, Here is the lot Below I will post individual photos in the comments. Firstly I'd like to state a few in which I think I know the answer. 1 I believe is a Neithea irregularis 2. I don't know if its a messed
  3. Thanks to a post from Candace ( @thelivingdead531 ) I found out about the Aurora Fossil Museum's box o' matrix that they sell! (all moneys benefit the museum, which was a bonus). I got two Gallon Bags of matrix to sift through and wow....some really great stuff! They send a really good ID sheet too. But of course, there's even more info here on the FF! So here are some of my favorite finds so far. I've only gone through about 6 cups of matrix!! SO MUCH MATRIX! I havn't really done much ID'ing yet (the shark teeth) but my favorite by far is the crab stuff....love those pincers!! And the colo
  4. MrBones

    A type of conoclypus?

    Hello, I picked this fossil up on Jebel Hafeet, Al Ain, UAE (United Arab Emirates). I think it's from the Cretaceous, however, I am not so sure. It is unfortunately very worn and eroded, but it is still the only one I have of its kind. The fossil itself it filled with small numulites. I saw a picture the other day of a conoclypus echinoid, and it looked quite similar to what I have. I figured you guys would be able to confirm whether it is or not. I also drew a picture of what I imagine it would look like whole.
  5. I FINALLY found one of the echinoids I've been looking for - a Pseudodiadema from the Lower Glen Rose formation of Texas. I have collected fragments from no less than FIVE different locations and @JohnJ assured me there was (to paraphrase) one out there with my name on it. So I believed him! And yes, i did finally stumble across my Pseudodiadema! Albeit hella squished! But that's okay...it's "technically" whole even if it won't be winning any beauty awards....I love it. I apparently have a thing for squished echinoids. Three of my favorites (that I have only found the single specimen so far )
  6. January in Texas is usually, weather wise, fantastic hunting. For seasonal allergy sufferers (like me) it can be miserable. But, we had a GREAT rain...two days of decent downpours and the temps were in the upper 60s, so, hoping the cedar pollen had been knocked out of the air a bit by the rains....I donned my mask and spent three hours out in the great outdoors and was I ever rewarded for my "perseverance"!!! hahahahha I had been hoping to find a Glen Rose Formation (Lower Cretaceous) Shark Tooth for a couple of years. I knew they could be found! Erich ( @erose) told me so and I believe him
  7. Woodgrainstone

    Bottom view

    (?) Walnut Fm, near Kerrville, Texas
  8. Woodgrainstone

    Top view

    see previous picture. (?) Walnut Fm, near Kerrville, Texas
  9. Woodgrainstone

    Walnut Fm (?) Echinoid

    This came out of a road cut on IH-10 near Kerrville, Texas. From a thick marl bed that I think is the Walnut just above the Glen Rose Fm.
  10. Woodgrainstone

    Two Upper Glen Rose Echinoids

    Bottom is from the Upper left of the first image. These were found at an outcrop of the Upper Glen Rose just south of Comfort, Texas
  11. Woodgrainstone

    Bottom of Lower Right

    Found south of Pipe Creek, Texas, and north of Medina Lake.
  12. Woodgrainstone

    Some favorites

    Top L-R: Upper Glen Rose Fm, Borracho Fm Middle: Eagle Ford Fm Bottom L-R: Comanche Peak Fm (Pecos County) (?), Upper Glen Rose Fm (?)
  13. It's been a long time since I wanted to visit that site. Situated 500kms away from my home was the only reason for the delay. It is among the 5 geosites in Bulgaria where you can spot the K/T boundary, a thin layer of approximately 3cm rich in iridium, dark colour and clayish/Ash texture. I never saw spotted Anyway, the place is beautiful, similar to the south coast of Britain. I would call it Dorset of the Black Sea. As you may notice, the whole formation is made off loose sediments that are prone to landslides. The ideal places to look for f
  14. Hello! this is one of my weirdest things I have found at this location, I believe it might be a fragment from a fin spine? A piece from an Echinoid? Something else? I would love to know what it is and what species this came from! Some information on the area: Location: Missouri Time period: Pennsylvanian Formation: Most likely from a member of the Iola Limestone What makes this one of the most bizarre fossils I have found is the circular pattern on the fossil itself, as I have not seen anything like this in the area before.
  15. Initially, this summer we had planned to spend a week in the eastern part of France, but despite there was no official lockdown at the time and since the area had been badly strike by the pandemy, we decided to postpone that trip. Instead we organised a 4 days trip along the cliffs of Normandy. The first day we aimed to "Cap de La Hève " near Le Havre. The rocks are from the cenomanian We didnt find that much, but all in all we still managed to grab a few nice echinoids and brachiopods. Some samples of the very small Discoides subuculus (1 cm for the biggest) :
  16. From the album: Best of 2020 finds - a year in review : 2 - echinoids

    a nice echinoids association Echinocorys gravesii (x3) and Micraster decipiens found in Sennevile-sur-Fécamp, Normandy, France in july 2020 - Cretaceous - Turonian - view 3
  17. From the album: Best of 2020 finds - a year in review : 2 - echinoids

    a nice echinoids association Echinocorys gravesii (x3) and Micraster decipiens found in Sennevile-sur-Fécamp, Normandy, France in july 2020 - Cretaceous - Turonian - view 2
  18. From the album: Best of 2020 finds - a year in review : 2 - echinoids

    a nice echinoids association Echinocorys gravesii (x3) and Micraster decipiens found in Sennevile-sur-Fécamp, Normandy, France in july 2020 - Cretaceous - Turonian - view 1
  19. elcoincoin

    discoides-subuculus.jpg

    From the album: Best of 2020 finds - a year in review : 2 - echinoids

    A few echinoids Discoides subuculus found in Cap de la Hève (Sainte-Adresse), Normandy, France in july 2020. Cretaceous - Cenomanian
  20. elcoincoin

    6500-tetragramma-variolare-2.JPG

    From the album: Best of 2020 finds - a year in review : 2 - echinoids

    A small (2cm) but splendid echinoid : Tetragramma variolare found in Cap de la Hève (Sainte-Adresse) - Cretaceous, Cenomanian, Normandy - France
  21. elcoincoin

    6007-Cottaldia-benettiae.JPG

    From the album: Best of 2020 finds - a year in review : 2 - echinoids

    A nice echinoid Cottaldia benettiae (1cm) found in Saint Jouin de Bruneval, Normandy, France in july 2020. Cretaceous - Cenomanian
  22. From the album: Best of 2020 finds - a year in review : 2 - echinoids

    A sweet echinoids association Conulus castanea and Tetragramma variolare found in Saint Jouin de Bruneval, Normandy, France in july 2020. Cretaceous - Cenomanian
  23. elcoincoin

    6000E-Crassiholaster-subglobosus.JPG

    From the album: Best of 2020 finds - a year in review : 2 - echinoids

    A nice echnoid Crassiholaster subglobosus found in Saint Jouin de Bruneval, found in Cap de la Hève (Sainte-Adresse). Cretaceous - Cenomanian
  24. elcoincoin

    6000D-Crassiholaster-subglobosus.JPG

    From the album: Best of 2020 finds - a year in review : 2 - echinoids

    A nice Crassiholaster subglobosus found in Saint Jouin de Bruneval, Normandy, France in july 2020. Cretaceous - Cenomanian
  25. Hello all! This is a little photo project I've been working on for a while. When I first started Fossil Hunting I was content to collect whatever. Then I was excited about Identifying what I was finding. The education continued and now I work to identify the geological formations I am collecting in and am able to know what fossils to look for in what areas. The Pocket Texas Geology website is invaluable for finding out the formation of a specific area (while not 100 percent accurate, it's pretty good). So I wanted to create a post that would help with Central Texas Cretaceous Fossil Identific
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