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  1. Hello everybody, I found many fossils when I was a child, and I never managed to identify some of them. It has been puzzling me for many, many years. I would be very thankful if someone could help me find out what these are and help me solve this mystery! The three unidentified fossils below have been found in the Minganie Regional County Municipality, Québec, Canada. They come from the Ordovician-Silurian period, at the boundary between the two periods I believe. The region is extremely rich in fossils. 1. Is it a tooth, a shelled mollusk, or something else? It does not look like a shark tooth, or any mollusk I know. 2. I am not even sure if this is a fossil, but it looks like a tree trunk... 3. No idea what this is... Maybe the shell of a mollusk halfway visible? Thank you! -Bobby_Pendragon
  2. Any dinosaurs out of Quebec

    Hi All, I am travelling to Quebec in September and was wondering if there are any dinosaur fossils out of this location? A source I have read has said that No dinosaurs have been discovered here but wondering if anyone else has any input? Thanks
  3. Hi all, This little pygidium was found in the Pontgravé River Formation near St-Mathias, Quebec. This strata is part of the Richmond Group. As far as I can tell, this is a new occurrence of either Eomonorachus, Tricopelta or some other similar trilobite from the US. Here's a PDF that I found useful: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/237172420_Ordovician_Pterygometopidae_Trilobita_of_North_America What do you guys think? @piranha, your vast knowledge will surely solve this riddle in a second or two.. Cheers, Marc
  4. Drymocrinus geniculatus.JPG

    From the album Northern's inverts

  5. I am planning a trip to the eastern townships in Quebec and was wondering if anyone knew of some sites between Ottawa, Ontario and the townships that may have some fossils. I will most likely be avoiding the Island of Montreal on this trip, its just too crazy to drive through. I'm not sure if there are any sites along the way, but any info would be nice. Thanks in advance for the help
  6. Meadowtownella undescribed species

    One of only a handful of the undescribed species, this specimen is unfortunately missing its librigenae.
  7. From the album Ordovician

    Flexicalymene sp. Upper Ordovician Nicolet River Formation Lorraine Group Hanson Brick Quarry LaPrairie, Quebec
  8. From the album Ordovician

    Hormotoma gracilis (gastropod) Upper Ordovician Nicolet River Formation Lorraine Group Hanson Brick Quarry LaPrairie, Quebec
  9. From the album Ordovician

    Cyrtolites sp. (gastropod) Upper Ordovician Nicolet River Formation Lorraine Group Hanson Brick Quarry LaPrairie, Quebec
  10. Found these on Tuesday at the Hansen Brick Quarry in Laprairie which is just minutes from downtown Montreal. In addition, found a number of bivalves, gastropods, crinoid pieces, brachiopods, and a few partial and one complete Flexicalymene trilobite. Thought this might be a piece of nautiloid shell, but have never seen ornamentation like this. Not sure what this is. Thought it might be a bryozoan covering (something?).
  11. Ceraurus Pleurexantemus from Quebec city

    From the album Neuville, Quebec, Canada

    Ceraurus Pleurexantemus that I've found near Quebec city this summer! Hoping that it is complete and it seem to be complete but will only found out after prep.! Ordovician.
  12. Ordovican bivalves from LaPrairie, Quebec

    From the album Ordovician

    Nuculites planulatus (bivalves) Upper Ordovician Nicolet River Formation Lorraine Group Hanson Brick Quarry La Prairie, Quebec, Canada
  13. Ordovician bivalve from La Prairie, Quebec

    From the album Ordovician

    Deceptrix sp. (bivalve- open shell) Upper Ordovician Nicolet River Formation Lorraine Group Hanson Brick Quarry La Prairie, Quebec, Canada
  14. Ordovician bivalve from LaPrairie, Quebec

    From the album Ordovician

    Nuculites sp. (bivalve) Upper Ordovician Nicolet River Formation Lorraine Group Hanson Brick Quarry LaPrairie, Quebec, Canada
  15. Cryptolithus Trilobite head (4/4)

    From the album Neuville, Quebec, Canada

    Cryptolithus Trilobite (head) Neuvville Formation / Ordovician Quebec city Area, Quebec, Ca. The head is 1,5 cm wide! Sorry for the blury picure. Can't do better with what I have!
  16. Cryptolithus Trilobite head (3/4)

    From the album Neuville, Quebec, Canada

    Cryptolithus Trilobite (head) Neuvville Formation / Ordovician Quebec city Area, Quebec, Ca. The head is 1,5 cm wide!
  17. Cryptolithus Trilobite head (2/4)

    From the album Neuville, Quebec, Canada

    Cryptolithus Trilobite (head) Neuvville Formation / Ordovician Quebec city Area, Quebec, Ca. The head is 1,5 cm wide!
  18. Cryptolithus Trilobite head (1/4)

    From the album Neuville, Quebec, Canada

    Cryptolithus Trilobite (head) Neuvville Formation / Ordovician Quebec city Area, Quebec, Ca. The head is 1,5 cm wide! Didn't know it was a cryptolithus head when I found it only the middle part of the head was showing! But i knew it was something interesting!
  19. Conularid

    From the album Neuville, Quebec, Canada

    Conularid Neuvville Formation / Ordovician Quebec city Area, Quebec, Ca. The conularid is 2,3 cm long
  20. Conularid

    From the album Neuville, Quebec, Canada

    Conularid Neuvville Formation / Ordovician Quebec city Area, Quebec, Ca. The conularid is 2,3 cm long
  21. Flexicalymene trilobite

    From the album Neuville, Quebec, Canada

    Flexicalymene Retrosa trilobite Neuvville Formation / Ordovician Quebec city Area, Quebec, Ca. The trilobite is 2 cm long. When I found this trilobite, only is head was out of the rock and it is a little water damaged! But I had the feeling that the whole body was there to! There it is!
  22. Flexicalymene Trilobite

    From the album Neuville, Quebec, Canada

    Flexicalymene Meeki trilobite Neuvville Formation / Ordovician Quebec city Area, Quebec, Ca. The trilobite is 2,5 cm long This the most beautifull trilobite I have found during last summer (2014) !
  23. Ordovician crinoid stem

    From the album Ordovician

    Crinoid stem Upper Ordovician Nicolet River Formation Lorraine Group Hanson Brick Quarry LaPrairie, Quebec, Canada
  24. Ordovician brachiopods and bivalves

    From the album Ordovician

    Brachiopods- Onniella meeki, Leptaena moniquensis, Sowerbyella serica Bivalves- Nuculites sp. Upper Ordovician Nicolet River Formation Lorraine Group Hanson Brick Quarry LaPrairie, Quebec, Canada
  25. Ordovician trilobites (Flexicalymene)

    From the album Ordovician

    Flexicalymene sp. (Trilobites-full, partial) Upper Ordovician Nicolet River Formation Lorraine Group Hanson Brick Quarry LaPrairie, Quebec, Canada A relatively small collection compared to Fossil Bob's, but not bad for a day. Each are a half inch or less.
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