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Recently I was for one week in the Ardennes in Belgium. There I visited different locations where you can find fossils. For example I was in Barvaux and found many brachiopods: http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/77098-mainly-brachiopods-from-barvaux/. I also visited the old Lesse quarry near Resteigne, where you can many different fossils. For instance I found many brachiopods, corals and also some trilobite parts ! The layers belong to the Eifelium, Middle Devon. Too bad that the weather was not that good but I am nonetheless satisfied with my fiends: Here are some pictures of the quarry: Its an old quarry and the nature reclaims the area more and more. So you also see some nice animals ! Now too my finds: Firstly some brachiopods: They are indeed very common there so I found many. Those brachiopods are all Sieberella sp. or? Here a detailed picture of one (3 cm long): And this should be a Spinatrypa sp. or?
Last week i enjoyed my holiday in Belgium in the Ardennes. Too bad that the weather was sometimes not that good but all in all it was a nice and successful holiday. I spent one complete day in an old quarry near Resteigne, where you can find many different fossils. The layers belong to the Eifelium, Middle Devon. For example I found brachiopods, corals and some trilobite parts. I will post them in a few days. But I also found an interesting item which I cant identify ! Its about 2 cm long and in my eyes it looks strange Maybe a kind of crinoid?? Any help is welcome ! Thanks !