The genus Odontopteris is one of many seed fern varieties that existed during the Carboniferous. I have a high confidence that I have the genus correct, however I am awaiting more research before I can confirm. The visible leaf of the glued specimen is 100mm in length.Read More →

Petalodus Tooth on limestone microscopic view

When I found my 4th Petalodus Tooth, I thought it was the 3rd. However it turns out that I did indeed find another one that I did not document. This one appears to be half a tooth. It sits on a large piece of limestone, that I may eventually cutRead More →

Amphiscapha

The fossil Amphiscapha appears readily within shale locally. Buried at an angle different from the plane the shale sheared from, this specimen is a bit unique. Only the raised rim was visible initially. Using precision tweezers, I utilized the sharp metal ends and a microscope to slowly reveal the restRead More →

It is a fossil something, but I am not sure what it is. I’ve stumped the few people I have shown so far. It has the familiar look of Calamites, but does not have the nodes. It was also embedded within limestone, which I do not find any plant fossilsRead More →