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  1. Joseph Fossil

    Bond Formation Cladodont species ID

    Recently I went on a fossil hunting trip with a few friends to a roadcut in Oglesby Illinois from the Pennsylvanian Bond Formation. This was around July and I found a lot of cool Brachiopod fossils, but I decided a few days ago I wanted to get a closer look at some of the larger matrixes I collected to see if I missed something! At the very edge of one the matrixes, I discovered a small pretty exposed cladodont tooth that I couldn't find a specific ID of? The specimen is about 1/2 inch in length (5.0 mm.). But I wanted to see it a bit closer, so I put it under a microscope on
  2. Joseph Fossil

    Saivodus in Illinois?

    I have recently been combing through the geologic records of the Carboniferous Ctecanthiform shark Saivodus striatus and I'v found something curious. It's been found in Mississippian deposits in Indiana, Kentucky, but not really Illinois! https://www.uky.edu/KGS/fossils/fossil-of-the-month_2022-07_Saivodus.php I've heard that Cladodus ferox and C. spinosus (considered synonyms of Saviodus striatus) have been found in the Carbondale and St.Louis Formations in Kankakee and Madison county respectively, but I'm wondering if this is correct? I'm wondering if any
  3. Joseph Fossil

    Oglesby Fossil ID Part 2

    I've visited Oglesby Illinois a couple of times to collect fossils from the road outcrops with Pennsyvanian era fossils - which so far is one of the best fossil locations I've been to so far besides Mazon Creek! On one of these trips, I found what I believe to be extremely Chondricthyan teeth with each only around 1-2 mm. Would anyone be able to give an ID for these specimens?
  4. Muffinsaurus

    Is this coral or sponge?

    My neice just pulled this out of the creek at my mom's near Ashland Kentucky. I know the area to be Carboniferous. I think it's a coral, but I'm still too much of an amateur to know for sure. Any help would be appreciated by myself and my neice.
  5. Mark Kmiecik

    A0004 Cordaites borassifolius

    From the album: Mark's Mazon Creek Fossils

    BOTH HALVES OF SIDERITE CONCRETION, SPLIT BY HAMMER BLOW. SPECIMEN 55mm X 9mm (2-1/8" x 3/8"). ACETIC ACID BATH APPLIED.
  6. Thomas1982

    Lepidophloios

    From the album: Llewellyn Formation

    Lepidophloios Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania
  7. bamontgomery

    Mystery Danville Trace Fossil

    Hi all. I found some pretty cool boulders of calcite littered with crinoid impressions in a public park in Danville, IL back in late August, but left everything until I got approval from their park department to remove them. I finally heard back last month, but didn't get around to going until today. I found a few interesting things that I'll post when they're cleaned up, but I probably won't even begin the process until Thursday. In the meantime I took a photo of a trace fossil that was sitting near the top of one of the specimens. I can identify most of the things in the pieces, but am
  8. hello! I went fossil hunting a few hours ago and while doing so I came across a phosphatic nodule that was naturally opened most likely due to freeze thawing Formation: Muncie Creek Shale nevertheless I was wondering if someone could confirm if this is a Campodus sp. tooth as I am assuming it is since it resembles my other Campodus teeth and also wanted to see if anyone can help me remove the the mud from this tooth without damaging the fossil inside by giving advice/Tips I do not have any prep tools Without further delay h
  9. Caverat

    Unknown Mazon Creek Fossil

    A specimen from the 1970's or 1980's, but unfortunately date and specific locality are lost to the ravages of mind.... I would appreciate any help in un-Insertae sedising this one! The light blue grid is one inch.
  10. Howdy all! A few more odd finds from the Bridgeport Pennsylvanian matrix. I could use your help! 1. Size 1/4 inch The first one looks maybe like one of the sponge Girtycoelia surrounded by ...something. A bryzoan perhaps? It does not look like any bryzoan i know, but i know very little about the Pennsylvanian (although I did get the Color Guide on CD! yay!) Close up 2. This thing: Size 1/16th inch. I thought it was a seedpod originally (which in my previous posts....yeah, those were indeed seed pods...finally crushed on of them). I tried to
  11. KansasFossilFinder

    Conodonts Or.....

    Today I went to lawrence to look for fossils in the heebner shale and found some fossils but a few i dont know what they are. I heard about conodont fossils there but thats about it. If you know what they are then please reply. Thanks Here it is again with measurement
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