Apologies for the hiatus. I should have posted an explanation much earlier. I have been quite busy with doctors over the past year and a bit. It all started with […]
Anyone remember what this little guy is called?
Hint: This image is from an earlier paper I shared.
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For this week I thought I would show something a bit easier to identify. I loved this stopover. There were many different fossilized critters to look at. I know I don’t have anything in this photo for scale, but this fossil isn’t hard to identify if you have an imagination. HINT: We were at a site that was once part of a rich aquatic reef.
This week for ‘What is it? Wednesday’ I thought I would go with another locally found fossil. This one reminds me of old bamboo pan flutes
It’s a little late, but here is a fossilized wood piece from my personal collection for #FossilFriday.
Who knows what this is? Hint: These photos were taken at Rock Glen Conservation Area. Hand for scale.
I know roughly what it is, but not the exact scientific name.
These fossils are from Saint Clair, Pennsylvania but that is nearly everything I know about them. I acquired these at the Canadian Paleontological Conference this year #CPC2016 as well as a few others to add to my personal collection. Happy Fossil Friday!
I love this particular fossil. So now I ask… What is it? How old is it? Where did it come from? What fossilization method (or methods) have occurred? What can you tell from pictures alone? What tests would need to be done? What could have been done to make identification easier?