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Wrangellian

Monica and Adam, you two are after me own heart when it comes to which ones we like best!

Never seen a white orthocone on black quite like that before (at least from North America).

Interesting mix of things.

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On 7/11/2018 at 9:41 PM, Nimravis said:

Great finds there, congrats and keep posting more.

 

On 7/12/2018 at 4:46 AM, Archie said:

Awesome finds and wildlife pics!

 

On 7/12/2018 at 6:20 AM, Monica said:

What a crazy and exciting mix of fossils!!!  I am :envy:

 

I particularly love the cephalopod with a brachiopod on the same plate - beautiful!!! :wub:

 

On 7/26/2018 at 7:28 AM, Tidgy's Dad said:

Nice report.

That cephalopod is astonishingly beautiful and I love the trilobite too! :wub:

 

4 hours ago, Wrangellian said:

Monica and Adam, you two are after me own heart when it comes to which ones we like best!

Never seen a white orthocone on black quite like that before (at least from North America).

Interesting mix of things.

 

Thanks, everyone. I've since been back once and found a half dozen more Listracanthus denticles, cephalopods and tons of wood. Nothing all that rare, but it's only a matter of time in this spot. And learning the formations more is priceless. 

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TNCollector

Looks like you got a good site there! I would say that the tooth is probably Xenacanthus sp., which is rare but not unheard of in the Pennsylvanian or Illinois. 

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