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Found 18 results

  1. From the album Irish Coral algae and Bryozoan

    Crinoid fragment still in rock with some of the internal structure exposed and rusting. Area found is called the copper coast and known for iron ore
  2. From the album Irish Coral algae and Bryozoan

    Was long the "heavy" rock and came off with nothing attached. 2mm across and black shaped it what it looks like from the side.
  3. From the album Irish Coral algae and Bryozoan

    More detailed view of the top view of a rock found on a beach Co Waterford Ireland. Has been soaked in vinegar and slowly showing up more details. Area is know for mid-Ordovician fossils dating from around 470 million years ago. The rock is13*10*6 cm. Very heavy and seems to be more like a fine compacted ash than limestone. There is a shell in it that can be seen on the left, corals and outlines can also be made out. Quote from GSI for area "The mix of useful animal groups makes this an important site for biostratigraphical correlation within the Ordovician Period, both in Ireland and internationally. It is even more important because the animal species present at Tramore were biogeographically differentiated into different faunal provinces in older rocks, and the site will be very important in understanding the breakdown of the faunal provinciality within the Iapetus Ocean that once separated northwest Ireland from southeast Ireland. Tramore appears to have been a key site for the early migration of North American species into the Anglo-Welsh (and Irish) area."
  4. Bryozoa Or Coral?

    This found on the "heavy rock" after soaking. Its 7mm long and less than 1mm wide. Looks Bryozoan to me and possibly Crustopora I think. Any ID would be great. Area is ordovician.
  5. From the album Irish Coral algae and Bryozoan

    Found in the "heavy rock". 7mm long and less than 1mm wide. 2 lines of holes are visible along the length.
  6. From the album Irish Coral algae and Bryozoan

    Found in the "heavy rock". 1cm is visible length wise and has a golden metallic look and is about 3mm in height.
  7. Heavy Rock with coral, shells etc - Top View

    From the album Irish Coral algae and Bryozoan

    Top view of a rock found on a beach Co Waterford Ireland. Area is know for mid-Ordovician fossils dating from around 470 million years ago. The rock is13*10*6 cm. Very heavy and seems to be more like a fine compacted ash than limestone. There is a shell in it that can be seen on the left, corals and outlines can also be made out. Quote from GSI for area "The mix of useful animal groups makes this an important site for biostratigraphical correlation within the Ordovician Period, both in Ireland and internationally. It is even more important because the animal species present at Tramore were biogeographically differentiated into different faunal provinces in older rocks, and the site will be very important in understanding the breakdown of the faunal provinciality within the Iapetus Ocean that once separated northwest Ireland from southeast Ireland. Tramore appears to have been a key site for the early migration of North American species into the Anglo-Welsh (and Irish) area."
  8. From the album Irish Coral algae and Bryozoan

    Fossil 6 - Unknown longest part of the Y is 2cm. Found on a rock Co Waterford. Area is know for mid-Ordovician fossils dating from around 470 million years ago. The rock is 7*19*15cm
  9. From the album Irish Coral algae and Bryozoan

    Fossil 5 - unknown 2cm long. Found on a rock Co Waterford. Area is know for mid-Ordovician fossils dating from around 470 million years ago. The rock is 7*19*15cm
  10. From the album Irish Coral algae and Bryozoan

    Fossil 4 - Single sided serrated edge 1cm long possible Graptolite Found on a rock Co Waterford. Area is know for mid-Ordovician fossils dating from around 470 million years ago. The rock is 7*19*15cm
  11. From the album Irish Coral algae and Bryozoan

    Fossil 3 - Outline of possible Penniretopora. Longest is 2cm Found on a rock Co Waterford. Area is know for mid-Ordovician fossils dating from around 470 million years ago. The rock is 7*19*15cm
  12. From the album Irish Coral algae and Bryozoan

    Fossil 2 - Cross knives with teeth shaped fossil. Each "knife" is 1.5cm long. Possible Penniretopora. Found on a rock Co Waterford. Area is know for mid-Ordovician fossils dating from around 470 million years ago. The rock is 7*19*15cm
  13. From the album Irish Coral algae and Bryozoan

    Fossil 1 - dome-shaped bryozoan colony found on a rock Co Waterford. Fossil is 1*1cm with distinctive layers Area is know for mid-Ordovician fossils dating from around 470 million years ago. The rock is 7*19*15cm
  14. From the album Irish Coral algae and Bryozoan

    Bottom view of a rock found on a beach Co Waterford Ireland. Area is know for mid-Ordovician fossils dating from around 470 million years ago. The rock is 7*19*15cm
  15. From the album Irish Coral algae and Bryozoan

    Bottom view of a rock found on a beach Co Waterford Ireland. Area is know for mid-Ordovician fossils dating from around 470 million years ago. The rock is 7*19*15cm and when an area approx 2*1*1cm was removed there were fossils found in the area. Quote from GSI "The mix of useful animal groups makes this an important site for biostratigraphical correlation within the Ordovician Period, both in Ireland and internationally. It is even more important because the animal species present at Tramore were biogeographically differentiated into different faunal provinces in older rocks, and the site will be very important in understanding the breakdown of the faunal provinciality within the Iapetus Ocean that once separated northwest Ireland from southeast Ireland. Tramore appears to have been a key site for the early migration of North American species into the Anglo-Welsh (and Irish) area."
  16. Stromatolite

    From the album Irish Coral algae and Bryozoan

    Stromatolite found on beach in Waterford.
  17. Siphonodendron

    From the album Irish Coral algae and Bryozoan

    Siphonodendron Coral found on beach in Waterford Ireland
  18. Siphonodendron - Coral

    From the album Irish Coral algae and Bryozoan

    Siphonodendron Coral found on beach in Waterford Ireland
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