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  1. Darktooth

    Double Devonian delight!

    Today I spent a wonderful day fossilhunting with my 3 boys. The weather was really nice until about 2:30 when the clouds started to roll in and along with it, the rain. That's ok though as we spent about 3 1/2 hours fossilhunting the Devonian of New York. We started off at Cole Hill around 11 am. When we arrived I saw that they had bulldozed an area around one side of the roadcut and played down a drainage pipe. This bulldozing removed some of the talus pile while exposing large slabs that had been buried for years. I spent some time looking through the slabs. While there were some interesting
  2. rachelgardner01

    Cole hill

    I found somebody's chisel at Coal Hill today! I drive just about everywhere so just message me and I can drop somewhere you can pick it up.
  3. Hey everyone! I finally had a day to go out and enjoy a Saturday fossil hunting with no time limit!! I decided to check 2 middle Devonian locations that have yielded nice dipleura specimens in the past. I’m still looking for “that one” specimen....eventually I’ll find one. I didn’t find the trilobite I tasked myself to find but I did find awesome stuff on Saturday . So here is a little trip report from Saturday September 28, 2019 plus some extra stuff I found earlier in the month. I’ll throw it in at the end. I got up really early so I could get to
  4. I_gotta_rock

    Cole Hill Invertebrates

    I went with the Delaware Valley Paleontological Society to a few spots in Central New York last month. Cole Hill Rd. in Hubbardsville has several outcrops on private land where the owners are willing to share with fossil hunters. We scrabbled up and down the scree - Whee- and found our fill of trilo-bits, including one Dipleura cephalon covered with druse calcite, plus oodles of brachiopods, nautiloids, straight-shelled cephalopods, gastropods of all different shapes, and bivalves. I learned a tough lesson that afternoon. Always wrap your specimens as you go. Not only will they
  5. I_gotta_rock

    Gastropod

    Synonyms: Bembexia planidorsalis Hall 1876, Pleurotomaria planidorsalis Hall 1876 , Pleurotomaria planodorsalis Hall 1876 Although this specimen appears crushed, this gastropod is typically very flat in profile. Thanks to @Jeffrey P for pointing me in the right direction.
  6. Darktooth

    Cole Hill 6-29-2019

    Today me and my boys met up with fellow forum member, @DrDave for a hunt at Cole Hill. Dave recently moved to the Syracuse area, so we were finally able to schedule a hunt after a few failed attempts. We were hoping @Al Tahan would be able to join us but unfortunately he could not. Me and the boys arrived about 8:40 am with Dave arriving shortly after. There was some cloud cover for a good portion of our time there which was nice as it kept the sun off our backs and kept the temps down. I cant say that we made any spectacular finds but there were a few trilobite bits and pieces as well as plen
  7. Darktooth

    Cole Hill 1-8-18

    I decided to try my luck at Cole Hill today after seeing @Calico Jack and @Al Tahan's recent luck. With last night's rain, the roads were a bit slick on the ride out, but not terrible. I arrived around 10 and quickly saw where they had been working. They both said they had only been there for a short time but there sure was fresh rock thrown everywhere. Somebody is fibbing! I decided to work a spot close to where I found my last couple, mostly complete Dipleuras. I wish I had something exciting to report but all I found was a lot of the usual suspects. Cephalons, pygidiums, Bembexia, various
  8. I am planning a trip to Cole Hill on Saturday April 14th to search for my favorite trilobite, Dipleura dekayi. Wondering if anyone would like to join in the fun? I plan on arriving at sunrise and staying till 12-1 pm. Maybe longer depending on how things go. Dave
  9. Yesterday turned out to be a great day to go on a fossilhunt in Central New York. We arrived at Deep Springs at 10am and found that while there was still some snow and ice, there was also plenty of exposed rock to search through. On the ride out, the sun had stayed behind the clouds mostly. And then when we arrived, almost on cue the sun popped out the entire time we were there. We immediatly got to work. For me the day was about collecting "fossils", not just Dipleuras. It has been so long since my last hunt I wanted to collect any worthy specimens. For those who know me, I am not much of a s
  10. Ludwigia

    Diplura dekayi (Green 1832)

    From the album: Trilobites

    2 Cephalons & a Pygidium. A gift from Jeffrey P. Skaneateles Formation, Delphi Member, Hamilton Group, Givet, Middle Devon. From Cole Hill Rd., North Brookfield, NY.
  11. Jeffrey P

    Spinulicosta, Brachiopod

    From the album: Middle Devonian

    Spinulicosta spinulicosta (brachiopod) Middle Devonian Skaneateles Formation Delphi Member Hamilton Group Cole Hill Quarry North Brookfield, NY
  12. Jeffrey P

    Leioptera, Bivalve

    From the album: Middle Devonian

    Leioptera sp. (bivalve) Middle Devonian Skaneateles Formation Delphi Member Hamilton Group Cole Hill Quarry North Brookfield, NY
  13. From the album: Middle Devonian

    Dipleura dekayi (juvenile trilobite- cephalon view) Middle Devonian Skaneateles Formation Hamilton Group Cole Hill Quarry North Brookfield, NY This is from the same trilobite in the last pic. The cephalon is pointed downwards. Specimen is one and three quarters inch long.
  14. From the album: Middle Devonian

    Dipleura dekayi (juvenile-partial thorax/pygidium view) Middle Devonian Skaneateles Formation Hamilton Group Cole Hill Quarry North Brookfield, NY
  15. Jeffrey P

    Cimitaria bivalve

    From the album: Middle Devonian

    Cimitaria recurva (bivalve) Middle Devonian Skaneateles Formation Hamilton Group Cole Hill Quarry North Brookfield, NY
  16. Jeffrey P

    Peracyclas Bivalve

    From the album: Middle Devonian

    Peracyclas sp. (bivalve) Middle Devonian Skaneateles Formation Cole Hill Quarry North Brookfield, NY
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