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  1. Hello everyone. I’ve been chiseling apart some of my less than fabulous Mississippian Coldwater Shale packstones that I find in South Haven (MI) on Lake Michigan. Typically, I’ll discover various brachiopods, a few gastropods, various bryozoan, some ostracods, and little bits of flora that look like tiny seaweed. However, recently I opened up a packstone with a very different fossil inside. I have nothing else like it in my collection. A few folks I know have speculated the things I mentioned in the title of this post. The second picture is... I guess I would call it a ca
  2. EPawsF15

    Mississipian ID

    This specimen was taken from a Mississippian deposit in Jefferson county, Missouri. All of the other items I found were easily identifiable, but I have no idea what this is. The "skirt" is interesting. I'm not sure if the material behind the skirt is solid, or if it is just a fragile membrane. I didn't post a photo of the bottom because it is just dirt/rock.
  3. SWMOnaturalist

    Wondering what this might be

    Found in Southwest Missouri. I was guessing Gastropod?
  4. ParkerPaleo

    Crinoid

    Any clues to the genus of these crinoids? From Augusta, Iowa.
  5. MizJude

    Need Help Identifying Tooth

    After a big storm last week, I found this tooth on the sandbar of North Lick Creek in Williamson County, Tennessee. Does anyone have an idea what animal it’s from? I was thinking maybe Mosasaur.
  6. Hi everyone, I haven't been able to post much lately as I've been ill for a few months so haven't been getting out hunting as much as I'd like but I've had some good luck when I have been able to get out so wanted to share some finds! All are from the Carboniferous of the Midland Valley of Scotland from several formations, I haven't gotten round to photographing everything yet so I'll post some more stuff over the next few days. First some finds from the Lower Carboniferous/Mississippian marine Blackhall Limestone. Undescribed jellyfish, Fife Coast, 3cm across. Apparently a paper d
  7. I am risking the possibility of a huge embarrassment here, but I am wondering about this large rock. I at first assumed that it was a large chunk of concrete but then I started looking more closely. It is located in a creek bed with no other concrete around it. We have a massive amount of fossilifferous (sp?) limestone rocks in our yard, so I began reevaluating this one... I am not able to climb down to look at it closely, so this photo will have to suffice. Is this actually a chunk of concrete or is it a conglomerate rock with fossils in it? If it is concrete I will put my tail between
  8. I am trying to wrap my head around what these things looked like in "real life" so I can recognize them better. This is a limestone rock with what I think are fenestella bryozoan fossils, found in Huntsville, AL. Mississipian age. This photo is looking down at what I call the "top" of the rock. The next photo will be from the side, looking at the same area but from the "inside" of the rock. Can anyone point me to a site where I might find a diagram of these to better help me understand what they looked like? Thanks! Ramona
  9. LegsBirchler

    Fall Break in Sulphur

    Hi! This teacher is spending the last day of Fall Break Christmas shopping - fossils for my students! Found a few beauties for teacher, too... I think this may be part of a trilobite... thoughts? More pics in comments of other mystery finds as I find them! Thanks in advance!
  10. WhodamanHD

    Wierd lookin thingy from Arizona

    I'm helping @0lderthandirt with identifying the fossil Fauna of his land, and while I was looking through things I came across this one that broke in transit. This is from Arizona, red wall limestone,mississipian. I have no clue as to what it is, Any ideas?
  11. Jed '06

    S. Indiana Mississipian Unknown

    Hi Everyone, One last item for today, the oblong fossil (with the ridges) in the near center of photo! I have no Idea what this one is. Thanks Again, Jed Length 7mm Width 4mm
  12. Hi Everone!, Finally had time off work to clean some fossils! I found this trilobite this summer in Southern Indiana at a Mississipian site. Just about 1/4 inch of the broken edge was exposed when found, took some doing to get an inch of limestone off the top of him! My newbie attempt at I.D. is "Hesslerides Bufo" ?, thought I'd let the pros take a look! Thanks! Jed Trilobite Length: 2.5cm 1st photo:
  13. KyWahine

    Mississippian Crinoid Calyx

    I found a real treat, I think. I believe this is a crinoid calyx. It's very light weight, hollow, with maybe a few calcium crystals within. Would u call this matrix mineralized?
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