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Is this a plumalina?

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matgerke

Can anyone help me here?  Found this walking a creek near Ithaca, New York.  Hamilton Formation.  Ithaca Formation.  Is this Plumalina?  

 

Thanks!

Matt

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matgerke

... And this is another one on the rock...

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Wrangellian

Looks right to me! Congrats.

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Foozil

Nice find! :wub:

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doushantuo

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WhodamanHD

Nice find!

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Tidgy's Dad

Splendid find! 

Beautiful fossils. :)

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Fossildude19

Wonderful examples of Plumaria.

Regards,

 

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Scylla
1 hour ago, Fossildude19 said:

Wonderful examples of Plumaria.

Regards,

 

At first I thought autocorrect changed plumalina to plumaria but are you giving a more specific ID to Plumalina Plumaria?

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matgerke
On 11/25/2017 at 11:09 PM, Jeffrey P said:

Probably Upper Devonian, not Hamilton which is Middle Devonian. 

 

Yes, you are correct!  On closer inspection, the area is the Late Devonian Ithaca Formation, not Hamilton Formation.  Apologies about my error, and thank you for the correction.  

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