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Bonehunter

Hi all!

 

        Hope everyone is healthy and Covid free!

             Been focused on conodonts now and need help with these two- found in Stark shale member between Bethany Falls limestone and Winterset, if I have that correct :), Stark shale for sure though. The first is a beautiful cone I cleaned the base of. There are no additional denticle structures at the base and it doesn't look fractured at the base either. It is just under 1mm in length. I could also be totally wrong and its a fish tooth :) .The second is also a Stark shale element, but I'm not going to guess what element-it doesn't resemble the few pictures I can find of conodont elements. It is about 500um in length. Any help as to which elements these are, and at least a genus would be fabulously appreciated!!!!!   Bone 

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Fossildude19

Not sure if you are aware of this website.

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Bonehunter
1 hour ago, Fossildude19 said:

Not sure if you are aware of this website.

Yep-thanks!!!! That helps with the second one as Gondolella denuda,  I'm still not finding the single cone though,,,,

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