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Last spring I was given a box full of Canadian goodness from our very own ,Kane. He came down for a TFF group hunt at Deep Springs. There were many nice specimens in the box, but my favorite is this hashplate. I believe this is from Hungry Hollow, Arkona Ontario. It appears to have Coral, bryzoans, crinoid, and brachs and possibly other goodies. I am going to try to take some close-ups in a few minutes and would appreciate any feedback as to what you see that maybe my eyes don't
I found this conglomerate, or hashplate of Brachiopods on the Whitewater River, Southeast Indiana and wonder what they are. It seems like a cross cut of the ancient Ordovician sea bed because all the fossils are on top of rock that seems layered. I've been slowly working on my first prep, from left to right using sewing machine needles, I don't want to mess it up!
I had a new look at an old hash plate from the Finis Shale member of the Graham Formation in jack County Texas. It's full of all the Pennsylvanian Sub-period fossils I expected, even a couple of broken trilobite pieces, but this spiral shape caught my eye as I was passing it under a microscope. That's a mm scale in one picture and a human hair in the other. I don't know my micro fossils but I'm guessing it's some kind of foram. Any help with a name?
Hey all, I haven't found my trilobite source yet, but I did find this neat hashplate. It comes from a creek in White Sulphur Springs, WV and is probably Devonian. I haven't seen shells this small before. I'm guessing they're brachiopods, but otherwise I have no idea what they might be. I couldn't get a clear picture with a scale included, but the largest shell is a little under 1/4". This photo is the closest I can get to the piece and still be in focus. Any ideas? Thanks