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  1. Fossildude19

    Partial Jurassic Fish

    From the album: Fossildude's Early Jurassic Fish Fossils

    Partial Redfieldius gracilis found by me on 1/22/2021 Early Hettangian, Newark Supergroup, Harford Basin, Shuttle Meadow Formation.

    © 2021 Tim Jones

  2. Fossildude19

    Jurassic Conifer from Central CT

    From the album: Fossildude's Early Jurassic Plant Fossils

    Brachyphyllum scotti - Early Jurassic, Shuttle Meadow fm. CT Interesting assosciated link: http://www.sunstar-s...s/conanthus.htm

    © © 2012 Tim Jones

  3. From the album: Fossildude's Early Jurassic Plant Fossils

    Plantae; Tracheophyta; Gleicheniales; Dipteridaceae; Clathropteris meniscoides Early Jurassic Shuttle Meadow Formation, Hartford Basin, Newark Supergroup. Found on 2/16/2020, in the company of Jeffrey P. While they are more plentiful in northern part of the Hartford Basin, this is a rather rare find for the southern Hartford Basin In 25 years of collecting I've only found 7 or so examples of this Fern at this locality.

    © ©2020 T.Jones

  4. From the album: Fossildude's Early Jurassic Fish Fossils

    Redfieldius gracilis from the Early Jurassic Shuttle Meadow Fm. Connecticut. Found on 11/10/2013. This bad boy would have measured in at close to 12 inches if complete,... very large for this species.

    © © 2013 Tim Jones

  5. Fossildude19

    Complete(?) Redfieldius.

    From the album: Fossildude's Early Jurassic Fish Fossils

    Redfieldius gracilis. Small, possibly complete specimen. Needs some prep. Early Jurassic, Shuttle Meadow Formation, Hartford Basin, Newark Supergroup, Connecticut. Found 8.9.2015

    © © 2015 Tim Jones

  6. Fossildude19

    Conifer shoot

    From the album: Fossildude's Early Jurassic Plant Fossils

    Small shoot of the Early Jurassic conifer Brachyphyllum scotti. Hettangian. Newark Supergroup, Hartford Basin, Shuttle Meadow Formation Connnecticut.

    © 2017 Tim Jones

  7. Fossildude19

    Recent Finds

    From the album: Fossildude's Early Jurassic Plant Fossils

    Brachyphyllum sp. Early Jurassic, Shuttle Meadow Fm. Connecticut.

    © ©2012 Tim Jones

  8. From the album: Jurassic fossils from the Newark Supergroup

    Redfieldius gracilis (partial skull and body portion) Lower Jurassic Shuttle Meadow Formation Newark Supergroup Durham, CT. Collected in the company of Tim Jones (11/13)
  9. Fossildude19

    Fossil fish common to CT.

    From the album: Fossildude's Early Jurassic Fish Fossils

    Composite of reconstructions of the fossil fish I commonly find. These are the most commonly found genera in the Shuttle Meadow Fm.

    © 2016

  10. Couple Jurassic plants we found today from the shuttle meadow formation. Extra thanks to Tim for the company and expertise. Had a great time splitting rocks and finding stuff.
  11. From the album: Jurassic fossils from the Newark Supergroup

    Semionotus sp. Early Jurassic Shuttle Meadow Formation Newark Super Group Durham, CT.
  12. Fossildude19

    Semionotus sp. Part and Counterpart

    Partial Semionotus sp. - part and counterpart. Nearly complete - missing caudal fin. Species indeterminate - possibly S. micropterus? Early Jurassic, Shuttle Meadow Formation. Connecticut.
  13. Fossildude19

    Redfieldius gracilis

    Nearly complete fossil of Redfieldius gracilis. Missing only the anterior portion of skull and jaw. Early Jurassic, (Hettangian) Newark Supergroup, Hartford Basin, Shuttle Meadow Formation. Counterpart in second image.
  14. From the album: Jurassic fossils from the Newark Supergroup

    Diplurus longicaudetus (coelacanth-partial tail fin and small body portion) Lower Jurassic Shuttle Meadow Formation Newark Supergroup Durham, CT. This fish may have been up to three feet long complete Collected in the company of Tim Jones (11/13)
  15. Jeffrey P

    The other side of the last fish fossil

    From the album: Jurassic fossils from the Newark Supergroup

    Redfieldius gracilis (the other side of the fish in the last pic) Lower Jurassic Shuttle Meadow Formation Newark Supergroup Durham, CT.
  16. Jeffrey P

    Jurassic fish from Connecticut

    From the album: Jurassic fossils from the Newark Supergroup

    Redfieldius gracilis (fish missing part of head) Lower Jurassic Shuttle Meadow Formation Newark Supergroup Durham, CT. Collected in the company of Tim Jones (11/13)
  17. Jeffrey P

    Jurassic conifer

    From the album: Jurassic fossils from the Newark Supergroup

    Brachyphyllum scotti (conifer) Lower Jurassic Shuttle Meadow Formation Newark Supergroup Southington, CT. Donated to the author by Tim Jones. Thanks, Tim.
  18. Fossildude19

    Semionotus tenuiceps

    From the album: Fossildude's Early Jurassic Fish Fossils

    Front half of the early Neopterygian fish Semionotus tenuiceps from the early Jurassic (Hettangian)Shuttle Meadow Formation of Connecticut. This fish needs some prep, but appears to have the entire skull present. This is identified as an S. tenuiceps by the large "hump" directly behind the skull. I believe this is the only identifiable example of this fish in my collection.

    © © 2014 Tim Jones

  19. Fossildude19

    More fish

    From the album: Fossildude's Early Jurassic Fish Fossils

    3/4 fish, Redfieldius gracilis, head should be there under the shale. Should prep out well. From the Early Jurassic, Shuttle Meadow Foramtion Connecticut.

    © ©

  20. Fossildude19

    Bookended Semionotus sp.

    From the album: Fossildude's Early Jurassic Fish Fossils

    Partial Semionotus sp. part and counterpart. Early Jurassic, Shuttle Meadow Formation. Connecticut.

    © © 2014 Tim Jones

  21. Fossildude19

    A Few Recent Finds

    Hello all. Haven't had much time to hunt, as life has been getting in the way. I have only been out 5 or 6 times so far this year, and only 3 times to my regular fishing hole. (Early Jurassic, Shuttle Meadow Formation, Connecticut.) My hole in the ground had caved in/slumped down over the winter, and with the spring rains, I have not had a lot of opportunity to get out to this spot. Each time I found a few things, while spending the majority of my time removing dirt from the cave-ins. The most notable find from the previous two trips was from the beginning o
  22. fossilfinderCT

    Connecticut Mud Cracks?

    Hello everyone! I have recently moved to florida (unfortunately) but prior to that i lived in connecticut. A local sedimentary outcrop from the shuttle meadow formation was not far from my old appartment. I took many trips there in hopes of finding fish fossils, and even though the area was promising no black-gray shale outcrops were visible. i do have many more but here is a piece of what i think is mud cracks in red shale (or mudstone). Once i cracked open the rock this stood out to me immediately... all the other stones of this color in the area were smooth. the interesting thing is on t
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