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Found 54 results

  1. Hello everyone! This trip report is a bit late but I have been trying to identify and get better photos of some fossils before posting this, First some pictures at the actual site:
  2. Hello all, I have a few fossils that do not fit into the ID categories of topics I have already created so I will post them here. This first one I have no idea what it is, it has an asymmetrical shape with a beak-like portion to the shell that curves to one side. It is somewhat similar to a modern slipper limpet. I don't know if this is a gastropod, pelycopod, or something else. I am not expecting to get a genus or species for this thing since all of the shell is missing but being able to identify it to some extent would be great.
  3. Kalkberg: Sponge?

    I just remembered this object that I found in the Kalkberg formation. Upon first seeing it I thought it might be a concretion, but after washing it up my opinions have changed. Now I can see many other fossils alongside it and after comparing to other Kalkberg fossils I believe it may be Hindia sphaeroidalis, Is this ID accurate? I appreciate any help.
  4. Hello everyone, I am looking to get some more definitive IDs for these finds from the Lower Devonian Kalkberg Formation in NY. I have some idea for what these guys might be but I would like to see other opinions from the forum before I start labeling them. I will post more brachiopods as I take and process pictures, but here are the first few: 1. I believe these are three might be Rhipidomella
  5. Another Kalkberg Unknown

    Another fossil from the Kalkberg, With this one, I have absolutely no idea what the ID could be or even which grouping of animals it belonged to. Coral? Gastropod? Something else? Here is the object in question: It is similar to a cone although compressed, and that widest part of the fossil is around 6cm in width. This is the view from that wide section. Here is also a picture of it wet as that shows the surface texture better: My best guess is a gastropod due to there not being any internal structure that would be expected from a coral, but I have not seen any this big so I am not sure. Any help is appreciated.
  6. Hello everyone, Yesterday I was able to go to an exposure of the Kalkberg formation to do some fossil hunting. It was a great trip and I was able to bring back some neat fossils. Most I have been able to ID, although I will post them later for confirmation. But I cannot say the same thing for a few of them as I am really confused as to what they may be. Here is the first, after looking through the Linsley PDF the only thing I found that was somewhat similar is the trilobite Oinochoe pustulosus but I am not sure that this is it. As always, any help is appreciated. Thank you.
  7. Kosovopeltis free cheek

    From the album Lower Devonian Helderberg Group in Eastern NY

    Kosovopeltis pompilius Lower Devonian Helderberg Gr. Kalkberg Fm. Rickard Hill Roadcut Schoharie, New York Collected 5/31/20
  8. From the album Lower Devonian Helderberg Group in Eastern NY

    Ancillotoechia acutiplicata Lower Devonian Helderberg Gr. Kalkberg Fm. Rickard Hill Roadcut Schoharie, New York Collected 5/31/20
  9. From the album Lower Devonian Helderberg Group in Eastern NY

    Howellella cycloptera Lower Devonian Helderberg Gr. Kalkberg Fm. Rickard Hill Roadcut Schoharie, New York Collected 5/31/20
  10. Meristella from the Kalkberg Formation

    From the album Lower Devonian Helderberg Group in Eastern NY

    Meristella princeps Lower Devonian Helderberg Gr. Kalkberg Fm. Rickard Hill Roadcut Schoharie, New York Collected 5/31/20
  11. From the album Lower Devonian Helderberg Group in Eastern NY

    Discomyorthis oblata Lower Devonian Helderberg Gr. Kalkberg Fm. Rickard Hill Roadcut Schoharie, New York Collected 5/31/20
  12. Platyceras from the Kalkberg Formation

    From the album Lower Devonian Helderberg Group in Eastern NY

    Platyceras spirale Lower Devonian Helderberg Gr. Kalkberg Fm. Rickard Hill Roadcut Schoharie, New York Collected 5/31/20
  13. Gastropods: Diaphorostoma depressum Platyceras spirale? Tremanotus profundus (very flattened specimen).
  14. I know this trip happened a while ago, but I’ve been pretty busy as of late finishing up the school year and such and haven’t had a chance to make a trip report. Hopefully y’all find this interesting.
  15. I’m almost done prepping this gastropod I found a couple weeks ago at the roadcut along Rickard Hill Rd. in Schoharie, NY, but I am unsure of the species. It is from the Lower Devonian Kalkberg formation.
  16. From the album Lower Devonian Helderberg Group in Eastern NY

    Leptaena rhomboidalis Lower Devonian Helderberg Gr. Kalkberg Fm. Rickard Hill Roadcut Schoharie, New York Collected 5/31/20
  17. From the album Lower Devonian Helderberg Group in Eastern NY

    Kosovopeltis pompilius pygidium Lower Devonian Helderberg Gr. Kalkberg Fm. Rickard Hill Roadcut Schoharie, New York Collected 5/31/20
  18. I recently broke open a few slabs of rock I took home with me from Rickard Hill Road in Schoharie the last time I was there. The rock was very crystalline and hard to break and there weren’t a ton of fossils inside. I did manage to find a couple of trilo-bits that were very well preserved and very detailed. One of these bits I’m having a bit of trouble identifying. I’m almost certain it’s a trilobite pygidium but it looks like nothing I’ve ever seen before. The great preservation makes the details of the shell stand out. It is around 1cm long and wide.
  19. From the album Lower Devonian Helderberg Group in Eastern NY

    Plate of brachiopods including Howellella cycloptera, and bryozoans including Fenestella crebipora. Lower Devonian Helderberg Gr. Kalkberg Fm. Rickard Hill Roadcut Schoharie, New York Collected 5/31/20
  20. Small coral from the Kalkberg Formation

    From the album Lower Devonian Helderberg Group in Eastern NY

    Favosites helderbergiae Lower Devonian Helderberg Gr. Kalkberg Fm. Rickard Hill Roadcut Schoharie, New York Collected 5/31/20
  21. Bivalve from the Kalkberg Formation

    From the album Lower Devonian Helderberg Group in Eastern NY

    Actinopteria textilis Lower Devonian Helderberg Gr. Kalkberg Fm. Rickard Hill Roadcut Schoharie, New York Collected 5/20/20
  22. I found this fossil last weekend at the road cut along Rickard Hill Road in Schoharie, New York. It is from the Lower Devonian Kalkberg formation. The surface has no texture at all. The fossil has a thickness of about 1mm. Originally I thought it was less than 2 inches long and wide but I was able to prep out the rest of the fossil due to the softness of the matrix. It is about 3 inches wide and long.
  23. From the album Lower Devonian Helderberg Group in Eastern NY

    Howellella cycloptera Lower Devonian Helderberg Gr. Kalkberg Fm. Rickard Hill Road Schoharie, NY Collected 5/31/20
  24. Gastropod from the Kalkberg formation

    From the album Lower Devonian Helderberg Group in Eastern NY

    Diaphorostoma depressum Lower Devonian Helderberg Gr. Kalkberg Fm. Rickard Hill Road Schoharie, NY Collected 5/31/20
  25. Partial trilobite pygidium

    From the album Lower Devonian Helderberg Group in Eastern NY

    Dalmanites pleuroptyx? Lower Devonian Helderberg Gr. Kalkberg Fm. Rickard Hill Road Schoharie, NY Collected 5/31/20
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