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  1. So I am driving on RT. 47 which leads to Vernonia and Mist, Oregon and a road cut that looks very similar to the Keasey locations I have been picking talus and for the first time it appears dry (seems to be a seep at the the top). In Oregon unless on private or in special circumstances BLM land you can not dig, you have to surface troll. I found a safe parking space and then crossed the road to enter the ditch. Once again close to traffic but people on this somewhat used road either slowed or pulled over, except for the truck who stopped and gave me directions to "a secret" place:), now that's
  2. historianmichael

    Dunnicrinus sp. Columnals

    From the album: C&D Canal Micro Fossils

  3. Total fossil newbie here. A few weeks ago while running, I randomly noticed a weird rock that I thought might be a fossil, and some nice folks here helped me ID it as crinoidal sandstone with a few brachiopod impressions. I figured it was a one-time thing, but when I ran the same route today, I could help but keep an eye out and was shocked to find , now that my brain is primed to see them, that the ground in that area is just littered with crinoids and brachiopods. I've been running right over them on almost a weekly basis for a couple of decades without ever noticing. I know these are pr
  4. I think the first post I made here was about Partridge Point. I'm still not a fossil expert, but I thought this video I made might be useful for someone thinking about visiting this spot. It gives a good idea of the types of fossils that you can find. Maybe someone can help me identify a couple things I wasn't sure about.
  5. found this is WV can you identify it? I thought it could be a clam but it looks a little strange.
  6. This specimen is from the Ordovician Platteville Formation of Wisconsin. The top part looks like a crinoid stem, but the larger disc at the bottom is throwing me off. My only thought was possibly a holdfast. Any thoughts?
  7. erose

    PSA Field Trip

    The club went to the Brownwood Spillway and Wilson Clay Pit Saturday. Weather was spectacular! I decided to skip the spillway and head straight to the old clay pit. Had the place virtually to myself for the first two hours. I headed for a spot that has always panned out with good crinoid material and some nice teeth. I had joked around with the other members that I needed to go there and find the complete crinoid calyx and arms I saw in a dream. Well I found it. But you know how things are always bigger in dreams...
  8. The Paleontolocigal Society of Austin monthly field trip was last weekend - we planned to hit a couple of spots in Brownwood. Well it's a bit of a drive from San Marcos, so I decided to make a mini two day trip out of it and stay in an Air BNB (a great option for traveling these days - no shared air source like a hotel!) . So instead of just the two sites on Saturday with the Society, I headed up to Lake Jacksboro for some solo hunting! And boy was it solo.....not a SINGLE person at the site! I was astounded. Had the whole place to myself for HOURS! It was a beautiful day - 70s and sunny. I c
  9. kgbudge

    Seven-sided crinoid stem?

    This is an enlargment of a photograph I took a while back, where only later did I spot the odd fossil. Apologies for the low quality. I'm curious about the star-shaped object with seven corners. This is from the Madera Group in the Jemez Mountains of New Mexico, which is a Pennsylvanian carbonate shelf formation with abundant crinoids, brachiopods, and bryozoans. I've heard of star-shaped crinoid stem segments with five points, but not seven before. Any ideas?
  10. Audiorij

    Crinoid like ?

    Found st charles county Missouri. Looks like a crinoid segment but no center hole. Instead has like a chip in one side.
  11. Audiorij

    Crinoid like but oat shaped?

    Found in st charles county Missouri. While search for crinoids. These looke like small oat shaped fossils.
  12. Nicole delacruz

    Just a couple crinoids

  13. Hi everyone this is Matt again I have a rock I found with a lot fossils in it but I have no clue what they are ? I found it in the creek next to 28th creek rd. in kennedy N.Y. can anyone tell me what the fossils are ? here is a photo
  14. Some fun finds here in Tennessee Devonian /Ordivician area. Just north of Hendersonville TN. Found in creeks, rivers, and streams.
  15. Some fun finds here in Tennessee Devonian /Ordivician area. Just north of Hendersonville TN. Found in creeks, rivers, and streams.
  16. OregonFossil

    Help with ID....

    My wife found this in some talus. It is 5mm long axis. Image was taken with a G9/Oly 60mm with extension tubes (2x). Is this a Crinoid? Looks like the feeding part. Any Ideas on what this fossils is? Keasey Formation, late Eocene. Mostly Mollusk and Gastropods however Crinoids are listed as being found in this location but rare.
  17. Brachiopods orthoceras crinoids all found right here in Hendersonville TN Sumner county just north of Nashville. Love to fossil hunt and see what I can find while imagining worlds of the past.
  18. I did my first microfossil sifting on the sandbars of the Kaw river in Kansas (I posted the trip on the forum ). Anywho, I found this microfossil that reminds me of modern day cowrie in pattern but I'm guessing its a coral? The second I am pretty sure is coral, the third is a worn crinoid segment? and the fourth, ummm I don't have a clue- one side has three parallel ridges- thoughts? Appreciate all the help as always! Bone
  19. I had some spare time this past weekend, and a fossil hunt sounded nice. Bad weather had made that impossible the previous month. The weather was great out finally, so I went out Sunday (3/7/2021) to good old Truman Lake to look for Burlington Formation crinoids. I mainly just wanted to find and keep nicer, intact crinoids that day. It's a good walk to the crinoid hunting grounds from my car, and there is fossiliferous chert material along the way. I decided to split one chunk of chert, which contained only one single platyceras gastropod steinkern. After finishing work on it, I hi
  20. aek

    Snow thaw

    I needed to get out of the house for a few hours and so went to try my luck at finding some local Silurian fossils. First outing of the year. My first best find was this crinoid which I believe is a Eucalyptocrinites crassus calyx. A good size. On the reverse side is a small Encrinurus egani. This next find I was pretty excited about. A large D. platycaudus cephalon. I took it home to prep... Unfortunately, the preservation was not ideal, but that's the way the cookie crumbles. I placed a nicer example next to it
  21. Tetradium

    100_9137

    From the album: Platteville to Decorah formation Ordovician Twin Cities

    Larger picture of the same trilobite. Just to show an example of upper Decorah twin cities hash plates. Certain crinoid species are very strongly represent compare to middle and lower Decorah Formation. The largest crinoid species is often in single pieces or sizable stem pieces but head and suction portion are unusually absent. In Middle and Lower Decorah formation, the density of crinoid fossils tend to be lower.
  22. Work and weather have kept me from doing much fossil collecting these last couple of months. But I was finally able to photograph finds from my last outing. I found some interesting stuff I think. We'll start with my favorite find.. This is the large blastoid Xyeleblastus magnificus. They're always found crushed to some extent (even the holotype.) This is only the second blastoid I've found in the Fort Payne! Did well with the crinoids that day A very nice Agaricocrinus sp. with the stem attachment point exposed (they
  23. From what I've learned crinoids aren't from around here, prob from way upstream fill rock. Here being Dallas creekbed in Eagle Ford shale. Its so unique with the patterns, almost looks carved, just guessing part of a crinoid because of the cylinder shape. What the heck is it?
  24. Any feedback on the authenticity and quality of these 2 fossils? I'm assuming the quality of the brittle star is not top notch, as the seller didnt provide close up photos but fir the right price, I might still buy it if it is authentic. Any advice will be much appreciated as I learned a lot from my recent post of a similar nature!
  25. Hello, I believe this to be a "holdfast" from the Crawfordsville Indiana crinoid locality. I am hoping that someone could help with identification of the particular species, and also if there is a scientific name for "holdfast." Thank you!
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