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Just got back and am beat from a day at Arkona. This one is a bit strange. Just when I think I've seen every odd pattern, ichnofossil, mineralization, and concretion type in the Widder shale, I get a curveball. Or should I say a snowflake?. :P

 

specs: Mid Devonian (Widder Fm). Arkona, Ontario. About an inch. 

 

I can't seem to find it, so this pic was taken in the field. I might have lost it. :( 

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I dont know my Devonian from a hole in the ground, but it does look interesting.  Im gunna call it a 'thing-a-majiggy'.   :)

 

RB

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Looks like an algae to me, shame you can't find it.

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It seems to have a good deal of 3D relief which would me make me doubt small Devonian plant. Could it be a very regular chondrites trace fossil?

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I was going to suggest ichnofossil. The Hederella suggestion seems good as well. Hope you find it

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Upon finding out what hederella is, I now agree with that, seeing as it seems to be attached to something as they usually are.

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Thanks, all! I hadn't considered hederella at all, but it very much seems to be the case. :fistbump: 

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Raise your hand if you probably have a bunch and didn't know it. :)

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I'll post the first page of this one  again

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Congrats! Very cool find. Even if you lost track of it, you got to find it and photograph it.

 

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10 hours ago, Rockwood said:

Raise your hand if you probably have a bunch and didn't know it. :)

I'm gonna go looking now

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