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NateEx

Honestly don’t know too much about them. My recently deceased grandfather wanted me to have them. I know some of them are seed fern fossils and honestly don’t know the rest 

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Fossildude19

Welcome to the Forum. :) 

The fish are Knightia eocaena. Green River Formation, Wyoming. They look like they have been enhanced, with painted on fins and bodies. 


The plants are from St. Clair PA. Pennsylvanian Llewellyn formation. 

Mosty Alethopteris sp., and possibly a Pecopteris sp. or Neuropteris sp. 

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caldigger

Tim nailed it.

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