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  1. IsaacTheFossilMan

    Jurassic Tubular Structure

    Hey all! Throughout my many years collecting from around the Cotswolds, there has always been one constant: these weird, tubular structures. Originally, I thought them to be corals, when I was much younger. More recently, I have IDd them as the ichnofossils of a Serpulidae. If anyone could confirm or disregard this ID, I would be very thankful!
  2. Pleuromya

    Is this a worm fossil?

    Hello, I noticed this looks like worm fossils, is it? I went to take some more pictures, but I think I've taken it away, so sorry that there is only one photo. It is from Northamptonshire, UK, which is Jurassic in age. Thanks.
  3. Ahoi dear forum members. While reading a little bit about rudists some of the structures in picture of a broken Hippurites and the shape of Lapeirusia crateriformis reminded me remotely of a still unidentified beachfind from my last big holiday. That doesn´t say much, as apparently rudist could look like anything they wanted, but still I wonder what the fragment I found may be. Found it in the pacific driftline, broken like you see it. There are some barnacles, some serpulids, maybe a little bivalve also, but I wonder what the enclosing structure is. Any ideas? Aloha,
  4. The Amateur Paleontologist

    Narrative Essay: Resurrecting the Cretaceous

    Looking through @KansasFossilHunter's blog, I saw one of his posts was a "narrative essay" (you should check it out, it's really good! ). This gave me the idea to write an account of one of my MKFE fossil hunts. I hope you guys enjoy it! Resurrecting the Cretaceous The fine, almost mist-like rain fell gently in sheets and imbued the skin of my face. Despite the lack of intensity, this slow downpour had been going on for the past half hour, and water was starting to seep through my clothing. I was beginning feel very cold. A loud metallic clank (p
  5. DE&i

    Kimmeridgian serpulid(s)

    I'm not sure, but it almost appears to be two types of Serpula entombed in this nodule. Would anyone agree. Kimmeridgian Kimmeridge Clay UK
  6. Plantguy

    Florida Invertebrate trace?

    Hoping someone easily recognizes these and its an easy answer...my initial searches have been fruitless... So I was supposed to be looking for more Florida coprolites in the garage piles of fossils and got sidetracked looking as this large Turbinella columella and just noticed these tan circular markings on it and wanted to know if they were traces of serpulids? Probably Pliocene Tamiami formation, Sarasota County, Florida. Whats fascinating to me is their spiral?/concentric, ornamented/segmented? shape which appears to actually be etched into the gastropod shell i
  7. Hello, this time a very mysterious fossil from the Gosau basin of Kainach, Styria, Austria (Campanium). A piece of limestone full of tubes with diameter up to 7 mm. There seem to be a variation of longidutinal ribs on the outside of the tubes. They are associated with one (lowest left) or two Hippuritids. I think these are serpulid worms, maybe genus Pyrgopolon, maybe something near to P. voigti Jäger, 2004. P. regia and P. macropus don´t fit 100%. What do you think? Problem is, I can not find any reference about serpulids from the Austrian gosau basins - ? Thank you very much f
  8. I’ve had this serpulid Serpula sulcata for a few months on loan from a good friend. And now after closer inspection I’m quite sure I can see bioimmurations of the hydroid Protulophila gestroi Roverto similar to the picture below. Also indicated by the red arrows in my photo below. Thank you “Bill”….still lot’s more fossils to get through. It’s not that often you get to say “there’s more to this than meets the eye “ Has anyone else rolled the above quote off the tongue before?
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