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  1. PaleoOrdo

    Nautiloid? Help Id please

    I found this stone with some unknow pattern in the Kalvsjøen formation, Oslo field (late Katian, in late Ordovicium). Can it be two nautiloids or alge? It is some small gastropods there too. The length of the longest "nautiloid" is about 7 cm.
  2. Crankyjob21

    A bunch of shells

    A bunch of Paleozoic shells in a rock I found in Dane county, Wisconsin. I know It’s almost impossible to get a genus ID on any of these fossils without a specific quarry or site but I thought it would be cool if you guys could see them. I also have them posted on my gallery
  3. Greg.Wood

    Sliced and polished nautiloids

    More from the Etobicoke creek in Mississauga. Ive been slicing and polishing some worn down nautiloid fragments and they look pretty cool.
  4. Mainefossils

    Orthocone nautiloid

    Fossil forum, This is another fossil from the Leighton formation. It is a completely undamaged orthocone nautiloid. I think it is the same species that I showed earlier in the possible fossil coral post, but I am not sure. The external mold has the same grooves, but the internal mold is divided into two sides, each with bumps. Is this normal for a nautiloid fossil? Any help would be appreciated. Here are some pictures of it (internal mold on the left, external mold on the right):
  5. Mainefossils

    Unknown invertebrate fossil

    Fossil forum, Good morning. I recently found an interesting fossil invertebrate. It was found at the Leighton formation, Maine. I was thinking possible coral, but the segments on it were perplexing. Trilobite didn't seem to fit because of the size and the shape of the segments. Any help would be appreciated. Here are some pictures of it (the internal mold is on the left, external on the right):
  6. Microraptorfan

    Moroccan Nautiloid

    Does anyone have any idea what time period this nautiloid comes from or maybe its genus?
  7. I found this partial nautiloid at Jacksboro. Finis Shale member, Graham Formation, Pennsylvanian. The odd part is how deep the umbilicus is. There was just enough of it to see a piece of intact inner whorl for the profile and some septa to know about how much bigger it could have been if an adult. There was also a piece of the flank broken back with tubercles. I made the clay model of what it might have looked like whole but left off most of the tubercles. I will add photos comparing it to a Metacoceras fragment of about the same diameter that shows the depth from the flank to the previous who
  8. Tidgy's Dad

    ADAM'S SILURIAN

    Hoooooooooooorrrrrrrrrrrraaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Here we are at last, into Adam's Silurian. Thanks for looking. First up is the Lower Silurian or Llandovery and I begin with a problem. I posted this one incorrectly in Adam's Ordovician as it had got it's label muddled up with an Ordovician Favosites I had that has vanished in the move here, but is being replaced by kind forum member @Herb Anyway, this, I remember now I've found the correct label, is from the greenish Browgill Formation, part of the Stockdale Group from a cutting near Skelg
  9. drbush

    what is this fossil

    Greeting my friends , can you help me with this , i went to jubaila city outside of Riyadh , the area is Kimmeridgian ,and found ++++ brocken pieces of Nautiloid shell , it was a surface find , is it a nautilus rhyncholites ???
  10. Samurai

    Orthocone Nautiloid

    From the album: Missouri Ammonites and Nautiloids

    Found this almost a year ago at this point
  11. elcoincoin

    Indet. Nautiloid

    From the album: 2020, a year in review - 3 : cephalopods & gastropods

    Indet Nautiloid from Nanteuil (either Bajocian or Bathonian)
  12. Hey all. I have a19 inch diameter Nautiloid I am trying to display. I was thinking of something like a plate stand like my wife has holding her very large plates. Problem is this nautiloid weighs close to 25 or so pounds. Yea, I drug that thing out of NSR. Any ideas on where to find a good display option. As also, thank you in advance for any feedback.
  13. EscarpmentMary

    Trip to Big Bay

    The weather is exceptional in southern Ontario, these days. 25 degrees C! That’s 77 degrees Fahrenheit to my US friends and for here in November it is exceptional! We decided it was a great day to go to Big Bay which is situated on Georgian Bay between the Owen Sound and Colpoys Bay a beautiful place down a gravel road; it can be busy in the summer but we knew today it would be quiet. The trip was purposeful because I know it is just full of water washed fossils and I wanted to post pictures of what is there. I wanted to show you all how prolific the Silurian Ocean was. I also included a co
  14. Pippa

    Nautiloid

    Hello all, I don't know much about cephalopods and really could use your help. I found this small rock with the tiny nautiloid specimen in the banks of the Rock River in Ogle county, Illinois. The area's bedrock is Middle Ordovician (Mohawkian, Ancell Group). I believe it belongs to the order of the Actinoceridae. The "camerae" end in double pointed arches instead of a straight edge, just as Wikpedia's illustration shows in the 2nd pic below. What seems to be unusual in my specimen - can't find any photos of this anywhere - are the rounded camerae, vs the tig
  15. Timer period: Pennsylvanian Location: Missouri Formation: Not exactly sure. Found in an abandoned rock pile containing limestone from the Iola Limestone Still it is a possibility it came from limestone from the Upper Winterset limestone. Hello! I found this nautiloid a long time ago and it was too heavy for me to carry the chunk of limestone that contained it, but before I left I got a few pictures of the specimen! Once I observed the photo a few weeks later I had the biggest regret of my life as it might contain an impression of soft tissue! I don'
  16. In my last fossil hunting trip to a late ordovician site in the Oslo field I found these 2 fossils. One with a small spiral form, size 1 cm in diameter, seems to be a gastropod, and the bigger one what seems to be a nautiloid with an unusual form, size about 7-8 cm long. Anyone seen something like these before? First the small gastropod or maybe it is a nautiloid too? A small part fell of, so one can see if it has a sihuncle or not, I took these photos of it with a microscope, the first most clear in the cross section: And here is the bigger nautiloid, with the (for
  17. I found a nice Discoceras yesterday. A part of it is unfortunately destoyed by a vehicle. The stone is too big so I left it in the field. It is more difficult to take it out of the stone then with ammonites I guess. I also found this second speciemen which I do not know which family it is. Anyone have an idea? Size of the Discoceras is about 15cm in diameter, while the send is 5 cm long.
  18. PaleoOrdo

    Coral or nautiloid?

    I posted a picture 2 weeks ago of a fossil which it was disagreement about what it is. In the same stone I found several fossils which have the same or similar forms. I therefore ask again for opinions. First the same picture:
  19. PaleoOrdo

    A shrimp like animal?

    I m not sure if the fossil site I visited 2 weeks ago is silurian or ordovician yet, but the fossile is interesting. What can it be, a shrimp or a cephalopod? Anybody have an opinion? The size is 3,5-4 cm long. Thanks Martin
  20. I recently got to do some hunting in northern Missouri, Marmaton group and found a few large phosphatic concretions. Within one was this specimen that I am trying to identify. I am wondering if it looks like a Solenochilus sp. to anyone beside me? There may not be enough of the specimen present to determine a species ID, but I figured I'd take a shot for the sake of labeling. Thanks,
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