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Found 169 results

  1. Beekite rings

    Do I see beekites on my coral sample?
  2. Clark Co Indiana Road Cuts

    Hello All, Was wondering if anyone knew of Silurian and/or Devonian road cuts in Clark Co., Indiana, or not too far in surrounding counties? I am hoping to attend the Falls of the Ohio Symposium on June 22, coming in from near St. Louis on the 21st. We do not have a lot of Silurian or Devonian sites, so would like to collect some specimens. Would be happy to meet any TFF member if anyone is interested in checking out those road cuts. Thanks, ODK
  3. Possible footprint?

    I’m gonna need some help on this one... I’m not even sure whether it’s a fossil or just geological. Found at Sugar Creek in Crawfordsville, Indiana
  4. Pentamerida?

    This sample is little more than a couple of centimeters. I was wondering if it's a brachiopod and if so, is it a pentamerida?
  5. Is this a gastropod?

    Is this a gastropod? The sample is 1.5 cm long.
  6. Trace fossil?

    I was wondering if this is a trace fossil.
  7. Is this a crinoid holdfast?

    I was wondering if this is a crinoid holdfast. Area is 2 cm x 2 cm Found in the Devonian of Indiana, Kosciusko County.
  8. Today I spent a little time in Lawrenceburg, Indiana Collecting some Ordovician fossils. Today I collected some brachiopods, bryozoan and trilo-bits. I usually do not collect much bryozoan, but I did like this piece. There is always a lot of bryozoan to be had— Here are some brachiopods that I collected- Here is a bunch of Trilo-bits, mostly Isotelus.
  9. Crinoids

    Are these the same things, and if so, what are they?
  10. Is this coral?

    I presumed this to be just coral until I saw some pics of bryozoans that looked liked faces. Is this coral?
  11. Brachiopod interior?

    I was wondering if this is a brachiopod interior, and if so, could it be rafinesquina?
  12. Mastodon Bones Found in Indiana

    While digging a sewer on an Indiana farm, workers find mastodon bones. Seems like these stories come up all the time, but I still like reading them. https://abc7chicago.com/science/mastodon-bones-unearthed-on-southern-indiana-farm/5263190/
  13. Another Fossilized Nut?

    I dug up an old post about what the user suspected to be a fossilized walnut. It looks a little too similar to my suspected nut to be coincidence. Both were found in Indiana. Original thread
  14. trilobite posterior?

    I don't recognize what's in the first pic, but after it fell out, I thought the impression in the rock looked like the end of a trilobite.
  15. Is this a fossil?

    I don't know if this is mineral or fossil.
  16. Tiny corals?

    Are these two samples corals? The first is 0.5 cm; the second is part of a 2 cm "stalk."
  17. No idea what this is

    I opened a rock today and found a sample that I believe to be the same as another which I haven't been able to identify. I would love to know what it is I am looking at. Thx!
  18. What are these?

    Found some more interesting pieces. Going to post a few on this single forum post. Here's the first 2
  19. "fat" coral

    I have a lot of coral but none like this one. I don't know whether it's size is the result of the fossil process or coral type. It's 3.5 cm tall; circumference is 12.5 cm.
  20. Are these sponges?

    I am not always able to understand when I am looking at a sponge. Thx in advance.
  21. Is this an echinoderm?

    Is this an echinoderm?
  22. Is this a trilobite?

    I am wondering if this sample is a trilobite. The second pic contains an additional sample. Both taken from the same rock.
  23. crinoid or other echinoderm pattern?

    I was wondering about this pattern. Thx.
  24. Plant fossil?

    I was wondering if this might be a plant fossil, or is it an imposter? Found in Kosciusko County, Indiana. Silurian? Devonian?
  25. I visited a small Paleozoic (Silurian) coral reef in Indiana the other day. No earth-shattering, jaw-dropping discoveries, but it's an interesting spot with dolomitized fossils. Here's a google earth view of the center of the reef. A nice mollusk, if anyone knows what species, let me know. It shattered when I tried to extract it, but I was able to glue it back together as you can see here. Sphaerexochus romingeri cephalon After extraction.. I believe this is a Platyceras: To be continued..
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