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connorp

That Cyclopteris :wub: Very nice finds.

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Neanderthal Shaman

Very cool!

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Petalodus12
6 minutes ago, connorp said:

That Cyclopteris :wub: Very nice finds.

Right! It’s so cool and strange. Thanks!

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Petalodus12
1 minute ago, Neanderthal Shaman said:

Very cool!

Thank you!

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minnbuckeye

Nice combo of plants!! Thanks for showing them. Are they the same species as I have found in Ambridge? I think Ambridge is Mahoning Formation.

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Petalodus12
35 minutes ago, minnbuckeye said:

Nice combo of plants!! Thanks for showing them. Are they the same species as I have found in Ambridge? I think Ambridge is Mahoning Formation.

Thank you! They most likely should be. Seed fern diversity remained pretty constant throughout the Conemaugh Formation. As far as I know the only difference between the flora of the Mahoning is that because it is pre Rainforest Collapse the Lycopsid flora is much more present, and it was more consistently wet while this environment was seasonally dry

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FranzBernhard

@Petalodus12, fantastic and detailed report, lovely finds - thanks for sharing!

Franz Bernhard

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Yoda

@Petalodus12

 

Looks like a successful outing 

And that Cyc fimbriata is fantastic :envy:

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Petalodus12
7 hours ago, FranzBernhard said:

@Petalodus12, fantastic and detailed report, lovely finds - thanks for sharing!

Franz Bernhard

Thank you!

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4 hours ago, Yoda said:

@Petalodus12

 

Looks like a successful outing 

And that Cyc fimbriata is fantastic :envy:

Thank you! The fimbriata is definitely my favorite find

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fossilizator

snarge! I never finds plant. This is very beauty.

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Petalodus12
9 minutes ago, fossilizator said:

snarge! I never finds plant. This is very beauty.

Thank you! Plants are quite common in my region

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deutscheben

Thanks for the great and very informative report! Those are some nice and big plant finds too, I especially like the Cyclopteris and Annularia.

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46 minutes ago, deutscheben said:

Thanks for the great and very informative report! Those are some nice and big plant finds too, I especially like the Cyclopteris and Annularia.

Thank you! It was definitely a good hunt!

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Fossildude19

Great report and finds! 

Thanks for showing us.  :) 

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Plantguy

Awesome finds! Thanks for showing us the examples and some of the section/geology/rocks. 

 

Regards, Chris 

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Petalodus12
20 minutes ago, Plantguy said:

Awesome finds! Thanks for showing us the examples and some of the section/geology/rocks. 

 

Regards, Chris 

Thank you!

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Monica

The Cyclopteris fimbriata that you found is gorgeous - I love the detail shown on its outer edge!  Congratulations on the wonderful finds!

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Petalodus12
On 12/20/2020 at 8:06 AM, Monica said:

The Cyclopteris fimbriata that you found is gorgeous - I love the detail shown on its outer edge!  Congratulations on the wonderful finds!

Thank you! It certainly was my favorite find from this hunt!

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Jeffrey P

Really excellent finds you have there. Congratulations. I especially appreciate the Annularia and the Cyclopteris. Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing them. 

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