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Found 79 results

  1. what is it?

    Found in Pennsylvania, it is somewhat light but has a little weight to it. It Also shows up on a metal detector.
  2. My dad and I recently took a trip to collect plant fossils at two locales near Centralia, PA. Given that St. Clair is no longer accessible to collecting, we found that this area offered the next best option for collecting similar fossil ferns. We came away with a lot of large samples of Calamites sp., including several pith casts that just fell out of the rock. We also found a fair amount of Annularia, Neuropteris, and Pecopteris. Here are only a few of our best finds. I hope you enjoy. If you disagree on an identification, please let me know; I am still trying to identify everything. Some Neuropteris from Centralia What looks to be the bark of Sigillaria
  3. Fossil ID request

    Wondering what these might be not exactly certain. Poking around in an outcrop of the Mahantango. Thanks!
  4. Pennsylvanian Plant Identification

    I collected at a deposit yesterday near Locust Gap, PA and came back with several plant fossils, including this unknown bark. My initial thought is that it of calamites sp. but the gap between the striations is much larger than what I ordinarily associate with calamites. The first two photos are of the unknown bark and the third photo is of what I know to be calamites. I hope you can see the difference.
  5. What is it?

    Found in Pennsylvania
  6. Is this a Conus nigromaculatus?

  7. wanting to go on a trip

    I'd like to go collecting with someone or a group in July. Anywhere in eastern PA or Northern NJ. Anyone interested?
  8. Petrified wood?

    Hi newbie here. Hoping someone can help me confirm if this rock I found on our property in central PA is petrified wood. Very dense material, and it looks like a chunk of decomposing hemlock. Thanks!
  9. MORE coral help, please

    Also found, Somerset County. Photo #1 and 2 - Interesting structure, coral? #2 is a closer-up view! #3 - We brought back a LOT of this type - Coral? #4 - A Rugose "horn" coral - The other coral to the right - What kind, please? #5 & #6 (closeup) - Is this even a fossil? Or some type of mineral? Found in the same place!!!!
  10. Tooth or something else?

  11. One more before my phone dies!

    Just an ID, please, there's a lot going on in this piece.
  12. what kind of bone is this?

    Bone found in raubsville pa
  13. What is it?

    I'm not sure what this is it is light and when dropped on the table sound like a rock.
  14. Help! I have no idea what these are

    I found this fossil on the rail road tracks by my house. I live in York County, PA, but I'm not sure which quarry the rail road company gets their stone from. This fossil is the only one I've found like it, mostly I just find brachiopods. I've been searching for a while for an ID, and someone on my facebook group suggested this forum. Any suggestions would ne greatly appreciated!
  15. Plant Fossil?

    Found in Raubsville Pennsylvania
  16. Was going past beltzville and decided to take a stop. We (me and my father who came along) happened upon a stretch of ungraveled lake side and took a look for twenty minutes. The fruits of our labor were the normal Mahantango mix, Brachiopods, bryozoans, crinoids, but my father (who is unexperienced in fossil hunting and doesn't really know what a trilobite looks like) picked up a trilo cephalon (Eldredgeops rana i think). I would have been happy, watching the sunset on the lake knowing that I possessed a trilobite, when I noticed another one right under my nose! Well, on the ground. I felt pretty good for twenty minutes,and after finding a trilobite I think my dads starting to get the fossil collecting itch.... heres the finds, might be posted here over a few days because I'm a bit busy. first trilobite
  17. Fossil?

    Found in Pennsylvania Raubsville
  18. Fossil sites NJ?

    Anyone know of good fossil sites near central New Jersey? I know of Big Brook, does anyone know what kind of fossils can be found there? I would like to eventually go on a trip to Utah or the Dakotas for a spring break or something, but I might as well start locally. Thanks for the help
  19. Pike Co. Pa Mahantango

    N.E. Pike Co has a few lovely waterfalls as the streams cut through the Mahantango Formation en route to the Delaware River: : Dingmans Falls, Pinchot Falls, Raymondskill Falls. This looks like a nautiloid portion, the other has a small spiriferid and a crinoid bit. Specimens from that neck of the woods. Gordon
  20. Trilobites!

    From the album Beltzville State Park

    Trilobite segments found just below the water line in the lake at Beltzville State Park, PA Devonian Manhatango Formation
  21. Crinoid Stem

    From the album Beltzville State Park

    Crinoid Stem The first fossil I found at the park. It was sitting on the bottom of the swimming area in waist-deep, crystal-clear water! Devonian Manhatango Formation Beltzville State Park, Pennsylvania
  22. Tabulate Coral

    From the album Beltzville State Park

    Pleurodictyum americanum Devonian Manhatango Formation Beltzville State Park, Beltzville, PA Thank you to @fossildude19 for the ID!
  23. From the album Beltzville State Park

    Brachiopod internal mold with crinoid impression Devonian Manhatango Formation Beltzville State Park, Beltzville, PA
  24. Brachiopod

    From the album Beltzville State Park

    Brachiopod Devonian Manhatango Formation Beltzville State Park, Beltzville, PA
  25. Bryozoan

    From the album Beltzville State Park

    Bryozoan Devonian Manhatango Formation Beltzville State Park, Beltzville, PA
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