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ShaunPogacnik

(Paraconularia chagrinensis) some devonian conulariids preserved in phosphorous concreations from the chagrin shale formation. Leroy, Oh

 

 

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Great to see those, the large one's a beauty. I've only come across that species before in Babcock and Feldman's 1986  paper where it was first described.

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Very nice specimens, especially the big one- top left. Congratulations. I'm always on the lookout for those, but I only rarely find them.

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JUAN EMMANUEL

Such sweet fossils! I like seeing other conulariids. 

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I've collected a few conularid specimens in Devonian, Carb.  and Permian formations (always scarce). However they were always loose and never in a concretion or as large as your specimen.   ( yours is a 'Biggie').

 

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