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  1. I've found a few fossils , or finds that I believe may be fossils. Am excited to find out your opinions about each of them. Thanks for all help!
  2. I collected these because I noticed a shiny silver color was inside them (once broken). But I'm not sure what it is or how to get it out without destroying the pieces. Also found this other rock that has " something" all over it. Any ideas? Thanks for all help!
  3. Please help identify this fossil. There are 2 what appear to be hoof prints along with some shells. They were found in a river bed near Akron, Ohio. I'm sorry for the vagueness, but I am new to the fossil world.
  4. Hi All! I'm new here, I found this blog while researching a little find of mine. I posted the pictures below. I found this cute little guy while beach glass picking at walnut beach on Lake Erie. As soon as I saw it I was pretty sure it was a fossil but I have no idea what. Thats why I'm here! I want to know what it is that I found. I appreciate any help from you guys! Thanks!!!
  5. Found this fossil at a fossil quarry in ohio, maybe you guys can help identify these fossils.
  6. Hello. My name is Michele. My father in law gave me a chunk of rock from a creek in Medina Ohio that has some plant fossilized in it. I was wondering if it could be identified and roughly how old it may be? I tried to put an image in but had some issues so here is a link to my Facebook image of it: https://m.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10154324036140248&id=586335247&set=a.499883895247.271699.586335247&source=48
  7. Found this in a creek bed in Hamilton Co. Ohio, Ordovician rocks primarily. I thought it was an animal bone or what, I don't know. After cleaniing it and putting it under some magnification it appears to be either a plant stem thing or some crinoid type animal. What think?
  8. (Paraconularia chagrinensis) some devonian conulariids preserved in phosphorous concreations from the chagrin shale formation. Leroy, Oh
  9. Lit.: Hook, Robert W. and Baird, Donald (1988): An Overview of the Upper Carboniferous Fossil Deposit at Linton, Ohio. The Ohio Journal of Science. v88, n1 (March, 1988), 55-60. R.W. Hook and J. C. Ferm (1985) A depositional model for the Linton tetrapod assemblage (Westphalian D, Upper Carboniferous) and its paleoenvironmental significance. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B 311, 101-109 (1985) Robert W. Hook and Donald Baird (1986) The Diamond Coal Mine of Linton, Ohio, and its Pennsylvanian-age vertebrates. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Vol. 6, 1986, pp. 174-190
  10. Nothing to add.
  11. Found this today. Is it the top of a Lepidodendron?
  12. In Late December, Minnesota is a land impossible to hunt fossils in. So when I took a trip to Ohio this Christmas, I was hoping mother nature would be kind to me and allow me to peak under a few rocks. While visiting my sister in NW Ohio, I convinced her to run up to Paulding with me to check out the Lafarge Quarry. Have seen postings about trilobites from there. We left Lima with no signs of snow on the ground. Two miles from our destination, the ground turned white, and snow was about 4 inches deep. Now I remember why I hated lake effect snow growing up in Ohio!! As long as we drove this far, we decided to travel on just to see the place. Fortunately, there had been a brisk wind that night and the tops of the rock piles were blown fairly clean of snow. Good enough for me. My sister thought I was nuts and remained in the vehicle. Here are the results of my short venture. Would love to visit this place in better conditions. I know how darctooth felt when he posted about his winter, snow covered excursion last week.
  13. Lit.: Hook, Robert W. and Baird, Donald (1988): An Overview of the Upper Carboniferous Fossil Deposit at Linton, Ohio. The Ohio Journal of Science. v88, n1 (March, 1988), 55-60. R.W. Hook and J. C. Ferm (1985) A depositional model for the Linton tetrapod assemblage (Westphalian D, Upper Carboniferous) and its paleoenvironmental significance. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B 311, 101-109 (1985) Robert W. Hook and Donald Baird (1986) The Diamond Coal Mine of Linton, Ohio, and its Pennsylvanian-age vertebrates. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Vol. 6, 1986, pp. 174-190 Westoll, T. Stanley (1944): The Haplolepidae, a new family of late Carboniferous bony fishes : a study in taxonomy and evolution. Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. 83, article 1 dshamilla: Identifying Linton Paleoniscoid Fish
  14. Lit.: Hook, Robert W. and Baird, Donald (1988): An Overview of the Upper Carboniferous Fossil Deposit at Linton, Ohio. The Ohio Journal of Science. v88, n1 (March, 1988), 55-60. R.W. Hook and J. C. Ferm (1985) A depositional model for the Linton tetrapod assemblage (Westphalian D, Upper Carboniferous) and its paleoenvironmental significance. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B 311, 101-109 (1985) Robert W. Hook and Donald Baird (1986) The Diamond Coal Mine of Linton, Ohio, and its Pennsylvanian-age vertebrates. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Vol. 6, 1986, pp. 174-190
  15. Can anyone help with ID on this fossil please? I am told it is not fish part, but that is all I do know. Carboniferous, Pennsylvanian.
  16. Pennsylvanian, all Lacoea cones??
  17. Pennsylvanian, Megalopteris?
  18. Pennsylvanian, both plates Danaeites, I believe. The one with the individual leaves has a fish scale in the upper left corner. Lots of fun today!
  19. Had a very productive couple of hours at the site today. Not sure what these are? Pennsylvaanian
  20. Hi everyone, I've recently done some shale collecting near the Rocky River in Ohio. I've found the shale in this area is late Devonian to Mississippian, and is good matrix to look for microfossils. I've collected some smaller material that I'm soaking and freezing to disaggregate, and also some larger material (1-6 inches). I wanted to know if anyone has had any experience with matrix from this area/from this period and if so are you more successful with smaller or larger material? Thanks very much!
  21. Brought back from the site 7/6. Seed?
  22. Found 8/1. Is this a Cordites Leaf?
  23. Found 8/1. One specimen is not as well preserved. Both Megalopteris?