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Found 17 results

  1. Help IDing fossil

    I have no experience IDing fossils but found this one on a trail we hike with our dog daily. The location has lots of flat rocks just at the surface or under. The area is part of the St Lawrence lowlands. Thanks!
  2. Hello Forum, I was vacationing in Kingston NY last weekend and went collecting along the Middle Devonian road cuts along route 209 and 9w. Hope the experts here can help me identify what I saw and collected! The first image is a fossil, too fragile to remove, in the 9w road cut that stood out from the masses of shells surrounding it. The rest are bulb like forms (corals?) collected from the loose shale of the Route 209 roadcut. Any ideas? Many thanks to the NY enthusiasts posting here that inspired my search. - Ben
  3. upper ordovician orthocone nautiloid?

    Hi, I found this fossil a few years ago on the shoreline of lake ontario right in the city of Kingston Ontario. I believe the exposures here are upper Ordovician age limestone (Gull River formation) however there may have been fill brought in from elsewhere to stabilize the shoreline so this fossil may not be exactly local. It looks to have a siphuncle (acentral) and sutures (relatively close together) so I thought it appeared to be some type of orthocone nautiloid of some type. Based on Bill Hessin's field guide "South Central Ontario Fossils" I thought i might be Gonioceras anceps or Actinoceras but I really don't know. The pics here are not great, but hopefully someone has some ideas. Thanks
  4. Nuculoidea, Bivalve

    From the album Middle Devonian

    Nuculoidea corbuliformis. (bivalve) Middle Devonian Dave Elliot Bed Mount Marion Formation Hamilton Group Route 209 Kingston, NY
  5. From the album Middle Devonian

    Corals (left) Eridophyllum (center) Stereolasma (right) Heliophyllum Middle Devonian Halihan Hill Coral Bed Mount Marion Formation Hamilton Group Route 209 Kingston, NY
  6. Eumetabolotoechia Brachiopods

    From the album Middle Devonian

    Eumetabolotoechia sp. Middle Devonian Mount Marion Formation Dave Elliot Bed Route 209 Roadcut Kingston, NY
  7. From the album Middle Devonian

    Michelinoceras, a straight-shelled nautiloid Middle Denonian Mount Marion Formation Dave Elliot Bed Route 209 Roadcut kingston, NY
  8. Tornoceras Goniatite

    From the album Middle Devonian

    Tornoceras mosopleuron (goniatite with bivalve imprint) Middle Devonian Mount Marion Formation Dave Elliot Bed Hamilton Group Route 209 Roadcut Kingston, NY
  9. Tornoceras Goniatite

    From the album Middle Devonian

    Tornoceras mosopleuron (goniatite) Middle Devonian Mount Marion Formation Dave Elliot Bed Hamilton Group Route 209 Roadcut Kingston, NY
  10. Tornoceras Goniatite

    From the album Middle Devonian

    Tornoceras mosopleuron (goniatite) Middle Devonian Mount Marion Formation Dave Elliot Bed Hamilton Group Route 209 Roadcut Kingston, NY
  11. Last summer I posted a description of an excellent, but hot day collecting from the Dave Elliot Bed, at a Middle Devonian site just outside Kingston, NY. The site, as I described, is a thin layer only inches thick, rich in tiny bivalves and cephalopods (straight-shelled nautiloids and the goniatite, Tornoceras). Eumetabolotoechia brachiopods and fossils of terrestrial plants are also present as are occasional rare fossils like conularids. It is a deepwater site and the limited fauna are specially adapted to those conditions. The plants probably originated from forests that lined a river delta somewhere to the east, remains of which have long ago disappeared after millions of years of erosion. The plants which include branches of Psilophyton and Lycopod bark with leaf scars are what remains of this very ancient vanished forest.
  12. A collection of Platystoma ventricosa, a Lower Devonian gastropod preserved in silica from the Glenerie Limestone found in a road cut along Route 9W north of Kingston, NY. Many were collected this summer. Notice that most are hollow. The one in front on the right is an internal mold
  13. Gull River Formation Trilobite Parts By Corey Lablans A few weeks ago I came across an excavation site where they are building a new road. Examining the layers, there is one in particular layer that proves to be quite fascinating, a dark shale layer. The downside is that this layer is very limited in exposure, although I have found some unique stuff. Here is what I found the other day: Bathyurus (Trilobite) - Gull River Formation of the Black River Group, Kingston, Ontario Bathyurus or Raymondites (Trilobite) - Gull River Formation of the Black River Group, Kingston, Ontario Raymondites? (Trilobite) - Gull River Formation of the Black River Group, Kingston, Ontario (5 mm x 7 mm) Raymondites? (Trilobite) - Gull River Formation of the Black River Group, Kingston, Ontario (5 mm x 7 mm) Bathyurus or Raymondites (Trilobite) - Gull River Formation of the Black River Group, Kingston, Ontario (3 cm x 2 cm) Bathyurus or Raymondites (Trilobite) - Gull River Formation of the Black River Group, Kingston, Ontario Link to the past fossils from the same site (cephalopod, brachiopod and conulariid): http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/36307-shadow-lake-formation-cephelopod-and-others/ THANK YOU
  14. KtownFossil DSC6638 WEB

    From the album Shadow Lake Formation

    Conulariid - - Shadow Lake Formation, Kingston, Ontario

    © Corey Lablans Photography

  15. KtownFossil DSC6632 WEB

    From the album Shadow Lake Formation

    Raymondites Eye (Trilobite) - Shadow Lake Formation, Kingston, Ontario

    © Corey Lablans Photography

  16. KtownFossil DSC6613 WEB

    From the album Shadow Lake Formation

    Daimanella (Brachiopod) - Shadow Lake Formation, Kingston, Ontario

    © Corey Lablans Photography

  17. Fossils of the Gull River Formation, Black River Group This past weekend I came across a newly excavated site here in Kingston, Ontario. After spending a few hours over a few days here is what I collected. Cephelopod - Gull River Formation of the Black River Group, Kingston, Ontario 4.75" x (0.5" to 0.3") Conulariid - 0.75" x 0.5" - Gull River Formation of the Black River Group, Kingston, Ontario Thank you to Peter Lee and Nathan Thomas for identifying this for me. (Daimanella) - Brachiopod - Gull River Formation of the Black River Group, Kingston, Ontario 1.2" x 0.75" (Ceraurus Cephalon) Trilobite - Gull River Formation of the Black River Group, Kingston, Ontario 1" x 0.75" (Species Unidentifed Yet) Trilobite - Gull River Formation of the Black River Group, Kingston, Ontario 0.25" x 0.125" Collected several other specimens that I have not photographed. One in particular, an isotelus pygidium, that I still need to photograph. I'm always wanting to make sure I have the right species names. If you know of an error please let me know. I have been learning a lot from everyone on this forum. THANK YOU
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