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5/26/2019 trip to DSR, NY Devonian

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RandyB

My wife and I made our 2nd trip up to Deep Springs Rd on Saturday.  Nothing spectacular but figured I would share our finds. Also posted a couple items in the identification forum. Grids are quarter inch.

 

Starting with a mortality plate. I like this one because its a nice flat plate and easy display piece with several different shell types represented:

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RandyB

Bryozoan:

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Fossildude19

Nice Taeniopora exigua. :) 

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RandyB

Lots of trilobite parts, but nothing whole. Mostly greenops pygidiums:

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RandyB

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RandyB

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And this one looks like its hiding

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Fossildude19

Your first Greenops may be enrolled. 

Also, the first one in the second set may be more underneath to prep out. :) 

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RandyB

Lots of cephalopod parts of varying sizes:

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RandyB

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RandyB

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RandyB

Gastropods(ed: or goniatites, thanks @Manticocerasman)

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RandyB

And others:

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RandyB

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RandyB

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Nimravis

You got some very pretty pieces there, love the hash plates.

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Manticocerasman

Nice finds :)

those gastropods might actualy be cephalopods ( goniatites ) 

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Mark Kmiecik

The hash plate is awesome! The rest is quite nice too. 

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Monica

I love that long orthoconic nautiloid (Spyroceras?)! :wub:  Thanks for sharing your finds!

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Wrangellian

Nice stuff! (as always, from that site)

What is that long item in the group of 3 pics in your 4th post?

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Fossildude19
4 minutes ago, Wrangellian said:

Nice stuff! (as always, from that site)

What is that long item in the group of 3 pics in your 4th post?

Probably Dolorthoceras exile. Orthoconic nautiloid.

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Wrangellian

New to me!  Nice one.  :look::thumbsu:

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Kane

I would agree that the first Greenops pictured has some hope of being complete. The two most common disarticulations through ecdysis or post-mortem decay are the pygidium and the cephalon. If you see attached thoracic segments, that is a possible sign. In this case, the visible genal spines attests to it being -- as Tim stated -- enrolled. It might make for a delicate prep as these like to fold over like a sheet of paper, and the preservation of DSR bugs is not the absolute best in most cases. 

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Al Tahan

Looks like you had a pretty productive day out there! I haven’t seen crinoid columns like that at DSR. Very cool :) 

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Al Tahan

I see those genal spines!! 

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