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  1. Lone Hunter

    Need ID help with today's creek finds

    A few curious things from Cretaceous Eagle Ford/QAL mix I can't quite put my finger on, first one looks like burrow but up close it's very different from other burrows I've found. Next I'm wondering if it's coprolite, then possibly rugose? Last one i have no clue just didn't think it looked geological. Forgot the end shot of burrow so added it at end.
  2. Rock-Guy-17

    Trace Fossil ID from Western New York

    I found a few plates of sandstone that I really liked a few years back in Lockport, NY. I believe they are from the Silurian Grimsby formation. I don't remember nearly anything about trace fossils. My first guess from just googling before making this post was arthrophycus. Can anyone tell me what kind of trace fossil is present in these pieces? 1. 2. 3. 4.
  3. Lone Hunter

    What's in this burrow?

    This came from Eagle Ford Kef creek, I have collected odd burrows but this one appears to have things in it. Anyone recognize anything? Can there be concretions inside a burrow? Pictures show wet and dry.
  4. val horn

    devonian sponge or not

    this was found in deer lake pa on a large piece of shale. whatever these things are they are over 12 inches long, branching and 1/2 to 3/4 inch in diameter. occasionally they appear to have straight vertical lines on the surface. I could see this pattern in only one or two places and could not get a clear photo. Help would be appreciated.
  5. darrow

    Coprolite or crawfish burrow?

    Galveston Bay Texas, Beaumont Formation late Pleistocene I've got a couple of these I'd like opinions on. Here's the first...
  6. Hello everyone, I have posted about this fossil before but I was not able to get it Identified. I have decided to create a separate topic for it because I am quite interested in if this is really what I initially thought it was. The fossil is from Eifel (Middle Devonian) and on one side there are a bunch of Crinoids columnals, but upon flipping it over I noticed this darkened branching structure on the rock, to me it looked very reminiscent of certain algae, although I have never seen anything like that from the Devonian so it's probably something else. So my question is:
  7. Gibbee

    Is this an anenome fossil?

    Hello, my neighbour found this in her garden - is this some kind of anemone, if it is indeed a fossil? We live in West Hertfordshire, UK, on the Chiltern hills. Thanks
  8. Darbi

    Burrow?

    I'm wondering if it's a fossilized burrow or some form of ichnofossil. Notice the depression from the opposite side of the burrow-like projection. Dakota Sandstone formation and Cenomanian in age.
  9. hadrosauridae

    Ichno fossil ID help

    OK, looking for some help with this ID. I THINK this is a lungfish burrow, but I've never seen any before. I'm exploring a new property permission for a Permian Vert site. The reports also describe numerous lungfish burrows, some with the fish still inside, although most are just the trace fossils. This bit of shale has one every few inches and they are roughly 1" - 1.5" in diameter. So whats your opinion?
  10. tjeis

    tubular trace fossils ID?

    New to geology, so excuse my paltry terminology. Description: Tubes, many branching, between 1-3cm in diameter, in places as thick as a forest root system, material very sandstone-y, surrounding material clay. from my research these seem like burrow casts of... worms? tetrapods? do burrow casts form in such abundance?
  11. I found these that resembles burrow or root cast in Ellsworth county, Kansas, USA from my previous trip. The formation these came from are most likely Kiowa formation/Kiowa Shale and the age is Albian. Here's the link to my previous trip. I'm just catching up with the prepping and sorting my fossils from my previous trips. I am wondering if it is some sort of ichnofossils. Is it burrow, root cast, or something else? Also, is it possible for it to be from geological origin rather than a true ichnofossil? This one is the largest I found. The center is poorly cemented sandstone and can
  12. Tony G.

    burrow.jpg

    From the album: Mancos Shale - Grand Junction, CO

    Marine burrow. Found this down in the Mancos shale, loose. Possibly from the overlying Mesaverde formation. I have seen many burrows in the Mesaverde sandstone.
  13. SarahtheIchthyornis

    A worm or worm burrow in New Jersey?

    Hi everyone! I recently found this strange curled relief on a rock in Monmouth County NJ, due to the prevalence of burrows at this site, my guess is that this curl could be a worm (unlikely due to the whole soft tissue thing) or a worm burrow, or perhaps one of the tricks bog iron likes to play. Anyone got any ideas?
  14. Darbi

    Planolites burrows?

    I went to the local outcrop in my hometown and found this matrix. At first I thought it was broken crinoid segments but after giving it two baths and two good scrubbing with a toothbrush, the details are much clearer and now I doubt it is crinoidal. Perhaps it is Planolite burrows? I think this matrix is of Longford Member, Kiowa formation, Albian. The outcrop I found this matrix at is mostly the Wellington formation, Permian; but it is topped by Kiowa formation and I found it near at the top of this outcrop. I would like to hear your opinions, thanks!
  15. XXFOSSILKINGXX

    Unknown Limestone Fossil

    Possibly a burrow? Found beneath the Chinle formation on US89 in northern Arizona. 4 inches long, 2.5 inches tall, with a slight curve and a flatter bottom side. The rock looks like limestone, but was found on a flat wash without similar rock in the nearby area.
  16. Ossicle

    Burrow

    I think this is a burrow, but is a lot more regular than the others I've found. Is there any way to tell what creatures made the burrows? And is this a burrow or something else? This is from the Oxford Clay, Peterborough Member Callovian - Middle Jurassic.
  17. jjteix3850

    More Massachusetts Fossils

    I found these two today, looking for identification
  18. eileenlkc

    Pseudo Fossil or Trace Fossil pg 3

    Pseudo fossil or Trace/burrow fossil?
  19. eileenlkc

    Pseudo Fossils or Trace Fossils

    Here goes... I picked these up within the last few weeks in the seasonal creek on my property in Elgin, TX. I’ve been looking at a ton of images and reading a lot of information on Google but look forward to your expertise and responses here in the forum. I tried to take decent pictures. pictures of possibly mold and cast.
  20. eileenlkc

    Pseudo Fossil or Trace Fossil pg 2

    Pseudo fossil or carbon?
  21. Hello everyone! I found this specimen also in a creek on a walk through a local park north of Pittsburgh. Thinking it may be a burrow fossil, but if it is, was wondering if there is an actual scientific name for it, so I know how to file it away accordingly under the proper name. Found the term Cruziana online, and wondering if this would qualify. Does anyone have any opinions? Or, if it is a burrow, is there any way of narrowing down what might have made it i.e. trilobites/arthropods etc? Details: 1) Found in isolation/there were no other similar pieces
  22. I found this in a creek bed near Patagonia, AZ. It has the long cylindrical hole, and also has a leaf imprint on the other side. There may be more in there, not sure. But I'm wondering especially about the cylinder. Is it something like a root? Or a clam burrow? Or something else? Thanks!
  23. Bullsnake

    Upper Pennsylvanian Possible Burrow

    I found this a couple of years ago and have periodically taken it out to examine it as I've found the accumulation of fauna adhering to it's surface as very interesting. For awhile I affectionately referred to it as an accretion (as opposed to a concretion), envisioning a clump of mud rolling around in the wave action of a shoreline picking up bits of dead fauna. But now, with the fairly recent posts that have come up about crustacean burrows, I'm second guessing. On the exterior of this piece are brachiopod shell bits and molds, possible pectinid shell molds, crinoid col
  24. Malone

    Dead thing?

    Found this and it looks like there's some sort of appendage. Would appreciate any thoughts!
  25. Harry Pristis

    Beekite-replaced Clam Burrow

    From the album: ECHINOIDS & OTHER INVERTEBRATES

    Chalcedony (Beekite) replacing a section of calcareous clam burrow. Kuphus sp. is Cenozoic in age with one extant species. It is reputed to be the longest clam that ever existed.

    © Harry Pristis, 2018

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