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My daughter found this seed pod in Fossil Oregon on Sunday.


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Volksburgs

My daughter found this seed pod Sunday at the John Day Fossil beds in Oregon.  Pretty cool.  Found a lot of seeds by themselves but this one is the actual pod.  Just thought I would share it.

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Myrmica

Beautiful.  And the leaf is not shabby either.  

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Fossildude19

Extremely cool!  :) 

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piranha

Congrats! :fistbump: This is a legume pod: Cercis maurerae

 

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Meyer, H.W., Manchester, S.R. 1997

The Oligocene Bridge Creek Flora of the John Day Formation, Oregon.

University of California Press, 195 pp. 75 plts.  PDF LINK

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Tidgy's Dad

Great find! :)

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FossilNerd

Congrats to your daughter! Awesome find!

 

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Ludwigia

Very good find!

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Volksburgs
3 hours ago, piranha said:

Congrats! :fistbump: This is a legume pod: Cercis maurerae

 

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Meyer, H.W., Manchester, S.R. 1997

The Oligocene Bridge Creek Flora of the John Day Formation, Oregon.

University of California Press, 195 pp. 75 plts.  PDF LINK

Thanks for the info!

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Wrangellian

A fossil pea pod! Never thought I would see that. :look:

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Wrangellian
1 hour ago, piranha said:

Here is another one that you may have overlooked. Now there are two! mail?url=http%3A%2F%2Fmail.yimg.com%2Fok%2Fu%2Fassets%2Fimg%2Femoticons%2Femo71.gif&t=1620173609&ymreqid=23281213-8dc1-3cff-1c66-8b0003010c00&sig=t6ED2C9L7lrHB6Qg1RS3Ww--~D

Cladrastis oregonensis

Brown, R.W. 1937. Fossil Legumes from Bridge Creek, Oregon.

Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 27(10):414-418

Yes I must have... Apparently not a common fossil by any stretch?

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Huntonia

Great find! :) :dinothumb: I'm not sure entirely how uncommon these are, but from my experience hunting this formation, seems like there's an awful lot of metasequoia and partial leaves and much of anything else is a bit sparse.

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