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Found 113 results

  1. Wister 3

    Found in Oklahoma near lake Wister. The area is predominately Pennsylvanian. Geological?
  2. Wister 2

    This was found when clearing rocks on my property in Wister, Ok. The area is predominately Pennsylvanian. Any help identifying would be appreciated.
  3. Lake Wister Area

    Found this digging in my yard near Lake Wister Ok. The region is primarily Pennsylvanian. Not sure if this is geological or something else. Whatever it is it’s pretty cool.
  4. Hey, So I was planning on going on a fossil hunt this summer in Oklahoma. I thought "Black Cat Mountain" would be a great place to start but I can't find anything on how to contact the owner "Bob Carrol". I've been on their website which has a phone number but it says its no longer in use. If anyone has contact information like a email or phone number that would be great. Anyway thank you for reading this message and have a nice day. Sincerely, Carson Betancourt
  5. Hi there, I was wondering if anyone knows where to go fossil hunting in Oklahoma? I tried looking everywhere but don't know where too exactly start. Like what papers do I sign and who do I contact to get permission too. If anyone can help that would be great and thank you for reading this. Have a nice day.
  6. Meet my new Maurotarion axitiosum. It's not the finest example, but I am now only missing one of the main Haragan bugs, the Acanthopyge remains elusive. If anyone has one that they want to part with let me know. I probably can't afford it, but I'd settle for bits.
  7. Mostly new to this fossil thing

    I wish I had enough knowledge even to ask intelligent questions but I really don't. My wife found this on our property and we've curious about it. We have found a number of other fossils but none like this. Any information will be greatly appreciated.
  8. Calamites?

    I think the first picture is collapsed Calamites and the second 2 are part of the offshoot of a calamites. Not sure about the spelling but know itwas a type of cat tail. These were found in Southeast Oklahoma near Wister Lake. The area is Pennsylvanian.
  9. Fossilized turtle?

    Needing help on indentafication of what looks to be a turtle ir shell at least. Any info as to what type of turtle or what I have. Thank you
  10. Permian Reptile Vertebra ID

    Hi, looking for some thoughts on identification of a fossil I bought a while ago. This is a fairly well preserved vertebra from an early reptile of some kind. Unfortunately I lost the original label for it so all I can say is that it’s from 300-250 mya, and from a formation in Oklahoma or Texas. I’m not very experienced with Permian stuff, so I’m not sure where to begin. Thanks for any help!
  11. Hey everyone, I got to prep a few of my Oklahoma trilobites yesterday and they didn’t come out too bad. It was my first time ever and I did make some mistakes but it’s ok they are mine anyway lol. I hope I can do more prep. I have so many more I want to uncover . I messed around with a few lower quality specimens and I had a hard time figuring out the machine so I didn’t get a lot done. I did learn a lot and hopefully I’ll get to do more sometime. I’m going to attach some “transformation” photos as well.
  12. I plan to be in Tulsa next week and wondered if anybody could point me to some very easy fossil sites? (roadcuts, short walk, etc). I will be there for one afternoon with another amateur fossil hunter and hoped that we might be able to find something. Anything to peak our curiosity. We're from South Louisiana, so we don't have much to choose from down here. I've been to Mineral Wells and Lake Jacksboro. I had a blast at both sites, but we can't make it over there at this time. Any help is much appreciated. Thanks, Stephen
  13. Hello all- I am in the early stages of planning a fossiling outing to TX and OK in March. Would any of you folks be willing to either point me or take me to sites out there? There are a lot of different fossil in these states and I have been in touch with a few forum members already, but I would appreciate any help any one can offer. I have Waurika and the Wilson Clay Pit o the list already. I imagine I can do NSR solo, but anyone who would be willing to show me around there would be a hero. I don't plan to go as far as Houston but Austin maybe for Whiskey Bridge.... A crab would be a real prize... or a TX trilobite. Many Thanks. Answer here or PM me.
  14. We live in Tulsa and I want to take a few day trips to look for fossils. We will be near Lake Gibson this coming weekend. I have read that there are good areas near the dam there but do not know where to look. Any help would be great! My kids are really excited about hunting! We have a lot to learn but might as well get started. Thanks!!!
  15. Help with fossil from Oklahoma

    Hello looking for help identifying what is on this plate. The label says devonian oklahoma but then gets hard to read maybe ketternopsis willrameri. Thanks in advance.
  16. Pennsylvanian unknowns

    Pittsburgh county Oklahoma USA, Pennsylvanian period , found in association with shark denticles and small ammonites. About 8mm across.Asking for a friend.
  17. bathyurus and Eomonorachus

    ontariomusbathyurtrilobitesbathyureomonorbiofacies00ludv.pdf about 2.1Mb Rolf Ludvigsen The Trilobites Bathyurus and Eomonorachus from the Middle Ordovician of Oklahoma and their biofacies significance Royal Ontario Museum Life Sciences Contributions 114 (1978) As far as I could ascertain,not posted previously.
  18. More Permian Waurika Finds

    So, I have some more finds from the Permian matrix. A few coprolites, and some teeth. Scales and bones I may put up in another post. Thanks for looking... Squares are 5mm x 5mm Orthocanthus teeth? Miscellaneous teeth ...
  19. Permian coprolite from Waurika

    Thanks to my friend @Jeffrey P ! He had given me some matrix that he collected at the Lower Permian Waurika Oklahoma site on his epic road trip this summer. I have spent some time breaking down the clay matrix, and going through the remaining bits to look for fossils. I've found a few teeth so far, but this was pretty cool. I was putting some hunks of matrix into different solutions to try to break down the clay, and came across this larger solid bit. Upon cleaning it, I realized it mus be a coprolite. It has many inclusions, Orthocanthus teeth, what appear to be bone bits, and fish scales. @Carl @GeschWhat may be interested in this. Enjoy! Matrix from the Lower Permian Wellington - Garbar Complex Note: each square on the background is 5mm by 5mm Coprolite is 2 cm long.
  20. teeth and something else

    Went fishing at Eufaula dam in Oklahoma the other day. Afterward, I decided to walk the river for a bit and look around. I found a few deer teeth and a piece of something else. Kinda neat looking but I'm not sure what it is. Any help is appreciated. Thank you.
  21. Oologah formation

    I was driving between Claremore, OK and Collinsville today and stopped by an old road cut. We have had some heavy rain and thought I’d check. I found this little piece and got excited thinking if may be a rolled up trilobite. If it is it will be the first I have actually found myself.
  22. Any Ideas what part of the creature these bean shaped bones are from ? Is it from the spine (intercentrum)? They are about 2 to 3mm in size. I was hoping to get the specific name of the bones like Atlas vertebrae. If if you know your Permian material I have a thread in the members collections that I have very little knowledge of and would love some help. Thank for looking . Cheers Bobby
  23. Huntoniatonia Prep

    It thought I’d put up a few pics of @Jeffrey P‘s Huntoniatonia not featured in his awesome field trip report. He left it with me (along with a challenging crinoid slab) when we met up last month. Here’s what it looked like upon receipt. Here’s where it currently stands after only 1 hour of scribe work. It probably has 90 minutes worth of work left on it.
  24. A few new Cretaceous fossils in my collection

    Hey everyone Last week I went to a small mineral/fossil market/exhibition near Lille (northern France). The thing lasted the whole weekend (29th and 30th September) - I managed to get to it just a few hours before it closed. There wasn't much diversity in terms of fossils, but I did spot some rather neat stuff - including some cool vertebrate specimens Cephalic 'armour' of a small placoderm (don't really remember from where, tho... ) Well-preserved eurypterid from the Silurian of Ukraine Little array of dinosaur teeth from the Cretaceous of USA (I think the seller mentioned that they were from the Hell Creek Fm.) More dinosaur (and 1 pterosaur, bottom-left corner) teeth; including 2 Bothriospondylus teeth from Madagascar.. I'd have loved to buy them Well-preserved Keichousaurus from the Triassic of Guizhou province (China). I didn't only 'gawk' at the fossils, I also bought a few little things : 2 small ?Lepisosteus fish teeth from the Cenomanian (Cretaceous) of Cap Blanc Nez (coast of northern France) I'm rather pleased I bought this one... Associated cranial remains of a small frog (?Ranidae) from the Maastrichtian (Late Cretaceous) of the Hell Creek Formation (Montana, USA). Seller told me that stuff is fairly uncommon.. Well, that's it Hope you enjoyed this -Christian EDIT: The last item (thanks for pointing this out, @jdp!) is actually a Doleserpeton skull from the Permian of Oklahoma... not a Hell Creek Fm. frog skull -Apologies for any confusion
  25. Hey y'all! I've been wanting to go hunting for dinosaur material for a long time now - problem is I'm in eastern Texas (I also can't travel too far). Most of the stuff around here is marine. I've been doing some research, and I've found the Antlers Formation in southern Oklahoma which has deinonychus and tenontosaurus, among others. Where would be the best place to actually go hunt? Do I need to go on private property, by the side of a river, or what? It'd be great if anyone has gone hunting in that formation, I'd love to hear your tips! My primary goal would be to find deinonychus teeth. The first deinonychus in the antlers formation was found on the grounds of the Howard McLeod Correctional Center in the late 90's. I'd think around that area would be a good place to start. This is the bulletin (from the Oklahoma geological survey) I found that reports the finding of deinonychus antirrhopus in the antlers formation: http://www.ogs.ou.edu/pubsscanned/BULLETINS/Bulletin146.pdf Address of Howard McLeod Correctional Center: 19603 E. Whippoorwill Lane, Atoka, OK 74525 Any other general fossil hunting tips would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
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