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Odontopteris perhaps? Fern / Plant


cngodles

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I think this is Odontopteris. The flat leaf tips are what have me thinking that. I have lots of local shale that I can pull these from readily, but maybe once or twice over an hour I can pull one this size out.

 

Any fern experts here able to validate?

 

Attaching a couple fossil plates that I use to identify local ferns.

 

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Looks like it but I don’t know much about plant fossils.

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Just now, Petalodus12 said:

Location and geologic formation? This may help you narrow it down.

Just saw your tags now. Odontopteris seems to be a good ID if it’s from the glenshaw

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