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Middle Devonian Finger Lakes trip, New York State


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I went to visit my family south of Rochester, NY a couple of weeks ago. They own property which includes a creek emptying into Canandaigua Lake. Here are some pics and finds. There are public sites very close with similar fauna, including Green's Landing, and Barnes' Gully/Onanda Park.

 

 

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20170627_201230.jpgEldredgeops Rana

20170627_201333.jpgstrophomenid

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20170628_131951.jpg Amboecoelia umbonata

20170628_132121.jpgstrophemenid brachiopod (not concava--its a flat one)

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Fossildude19

Great finds, Dave!

Thanks for the report and pictures - looks like a great place to hunt. :) 

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Lots of partial eldregeops rana trilobites mixed in with mediospirifer sp's. Some Eldgreops parts indicated the individuals were decently sized, up to 2.5-3 cm transverse by 5 cm in length, I estimate.

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Nice finds and trip report.

Thanks for sharing.

 

Tony

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Fossil-Hound

Beautiful scenery and beautiful fossils. Well done.

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Looks like another New York Middle Devonian paradise. Nice finds and photos. Thanks for sharing.

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Nice finds, pics and report, Dave!

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JUAN EMMANUEL

Thanks for sharing those devonian finds are very nice.

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