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 Here are some fossils I found in the town of  St.clair in Schuylkill county , Pennsylvania. Llewellyn formation. 300 Mya. preserved in black shale.  

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Mazon creek fossils. Preserved in ironstone concretions. 309 Mya. Mid- Pennsylvania epoch of the Carboniferous period. Enjoy!

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Nice plant fossils. Thanks for sharing.

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Awesome finds, jonnyquest! I love some of the color combinations in the black shale. And the first Mazon Creek one you posted above is the twin to one I had open for me within the last week! I love when the tip is complete, which is often not the case with the Mazon Creek ferns I find.

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