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  1. Hi guys! I don't post here often, but I'm a PhD student in geology, currently working on tropical Paleogene palynology. I'm taking an unrelated class on the Permian Basin and I am working on identifying some of the fossils our class saw in Guadalupe Mountains National Park. I'm not a sponge expert, and I was hoping someone on the forum might be able to confirm or correct my identifications. I might make a follow-up post on the non-sponge fossils we saw on the trip. A bit of background, these pictures were taken in the field with a metric scale, the scale has been cropped out of the pictures and a 5 mm scale bar is added. No fossil collecting was allowed on this trip so I won't be able to provide additional images. The fossils are from the Capitan Formation, which is Permian Period, Guadalupian Epoch, Capitanian Stage. The global stage name is actually named after the nearby El Capitan peak. Amblysiphonella? Archaeolithoporella?
  2. Hello everyone! I am a total noob to all of this and just joined today! I've been on this website before and everyone seems very knowledgeable and helpful. Having said that, can someone help me out with this specimen? I tried to look this up online and ended up confusing myself. Initially I thought it may be referred to as Diplichnites left behind by a millipede, but another Google search led me in the direction of possibly Protichnites left behind by trilobites. Is there any way to tell (if any) what this is or what could have made it? I believe this to be from the Carboniferous, being as this was found in Beaver Pennsylvania just north of Pittsburgh in a shallow creek. I can also say from studying it that one track seems to be more like flat rectangles (trackway on the left), while the other two are more like little dots(trackway on the right. Could it be from two separate animals? Thank you all for your help!
  3. Hello there, Since the start of summer i had te opportunity to pay a few visit to 2 ordovician trilo sites. All in all, the hunts had been snarge good in both places. The faunas are about the same. I had a few days off work lately so i could spend some time cleaning them. To start with a few Colpocoryphe rouaulti from both sites : I hope you en joy those littel guys. More to come.
  4. Hello! Al here, I’m new and I met @Darktooth (Dave) on the forum last week and we quickly planned a last of the year fossil trip to Cole hill rd for Dipleura dekayi. The weather was looking like snow so we called the trip. I woke up today and couldn’t help myself haha. I looked at little falls weather and there was no snow so I went to a spot I found some trilobites several years ago but it is now “posted” and has trespassing signs so I bailed.....side note....does someone know where to go and legally collect triatharus in little falls New York? I’m clueless now lol..........Dave just told me about the Cole hill rd location the other day so I said whatever I’ll go find it for fun and see if anything is possible. Worst case scenario is I do recon. Thanks to Dave’s directions I found the exposure and the weather held out perfect and I got to dig (I only hunted for about 2.5 hours tops). With a few minutes investigating it seemed there was a preference for diggers about half way up the exposure so I followed suit. I worked off a pre existing shelf and it didn’t disappoint for my first trip with little knowledge of the location :). Someone left a complete baby dipleura barely exposed on the shelf and I popped it out easily! Unfortunately part of the cephalon was missing from a pre existing fracture in the bedrock (I should measure those btw lol). Anyways....here are my finds! I used to be the trilobite whisperer years ago in buffalo......maybe I still got it? Haha..In total I found 3 large cephalons (1 is not photogenic lol), 1 large phygidium and the baby complete (which also isn’t that photogenic and a video actually does more justice). The pictures show a couple field shots and the final product on my best pieces. Thank you Dave!! Can’t wait to meet up and do some trilobite hunting in 2019! Thanks for reading
  5. Prep project 1 Neseuretus tristani

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - automnal prep - a few more to join the trilo army

    Prep project 1 Neseuretus tristani, a trilobite as it was discovered in the ordovician of La Dominelais during autumn 2018. Circled one of the cheek poping out the nodule.
  6. Prep project 1 Neseuretus tristani

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - automnal prep - a few more to join the trilo army

    Prep project 1 Neseuretus tristani, a trilobite as it was discovered in the ordovician of La Dominelais during autumn 2018. Circled the pygidium poping out the nodule
  7. Rolled up Neseuretus tristani - view 2

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - automnal prep - a few more to join the trilo army

    Rolled up Neseuretus tristani - view 2, a trilobite found in the ordovician of La Dominelais during autumn 2018.
  8. Rolled up Neseuretus tristani - view 1

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - automnal prep - a few more to join the trilo army

    Rolled up Neseuretus tristani - view 1, a trilobite found in the ordovician of La Dominelais during autumn 2018.
  9. Neseuretus tristani - 7

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - automnal prep - a few more to join the trilo army

    Neseuretus tristani, a trilobite found in the ordovician of La Dominelais during autumn 2018.
  10. From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - automnal prep - a few more to join the trilo army

    Neseuretus tristani lying on a belerophon gastropod, a trilobite found in the ordovician of La Noe Blanche during summer 2018.
  11. Neseuretus tristani - 5

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - automnal prep - a few more to join the trilo army

    Neseuretus tristani, a trilobite found in the ordovician of La Dominelais during autumn 2018.
  12. Neseuretus tristani - 4

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - automnal prep - a few more to join the trilo army

    Neseuretus tristani, a trilobite found in the ordovician of La Noe Blanche during summer 2018.
  13. Neseuretus tristani - 3

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - automnal prep - a few more to join the trilo army

    Neseuretus tristani, a trilobite found in the ordovician of La Noe Blanche during summer 2018.
  14. Neseuretus tristani - 2

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - automnal prep - a few more to join the trilo army

    Neseuretus tristani, a trilobite found in the ordovician of La Noe Blanche during autumn 2018.
  15. Neseuretus tristani - 1

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - automnal prep - a few more to join the trilo army

    Neseuretus tristani, a trilobite found in the ordovician of La Dominelais during autumn 2018.
  16. Association detail : Ectillaenus giganteus

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - automnal prep - a few more to join the trilo army

    Association detail : Ectillaenus giganteus, a trilobite found in the ordovician of La Dominelais during autumn 2018.
  17. Association detail : Eodalmanitina Sp

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - automnal prep - a few more to join the trilo army

    Association detail : Eodalmanitina Sp, a trilobite found in the ordovician of La Dominelais during autumn 2018.
  18. From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - automnal prep - a few more to join the trilo army

    Association of Ectillaenus giganteus and Eodalmanitina Sp., 2 trilobites found in the ordovician of La Dominelais during autumn 2018.
  19. Indet. trilobite

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - automnal prep - a few more to join the trilo army

    Indet. trilobite found in the ordovician of La Dominelais during autumn 2018.
  20. Eodalmanitina Sp (negative)

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - automnal prep - a few more to join the trilo army

    Eodalmanitina Sp (negative), a trilobite found in the ordovician south of La Dominelais during autumn 2018.
  21. Eodalmanitina Sp (positive)

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - automnal prep - a few more to join the trilo army

    Eodalmanitina Sp (positive), a trilobite found in the ordovician south of La Dominelais during autumn 2018.
  22. Ectillaenus giganteus - 3

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - automnal prep - a few more to join the trilo army

    Ectillaenus giganteus, a trilobite found in the ordovician south of La Dominelais during autumn 2018.
  23. Ectillaenus giganteus - 2

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - automnal prep - a few more to join the trilo army

    Ectillaenus giganteus, a trilobite found in the ordovician south of La Dominelais during autumn 2018.
  24. Ectillaenus giganteus - 1

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - automnal prep - a few more to join the trilo army

    Ectillaenus giganteus, a trilobite found in the ordovician south of La Dominelais during autumn 2018.
  25. Colpocoryphe rouaulti - 4

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - automnal prep - a few more to join the trilo army

    Colpocoryphe rouaulti, a trilobite found in the ordovician south of La Noé Blanche during autumn 2018.
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