This tiny late Paleozoic gastropod is most likely identified as Strobeus brevis. Measuring somewhere between four and five millimeters, this snail would be difficult to spot if you were not looking for it. This makes identifying it slightly more difficult, with small morphology to compare. Its spire does have aRead More →

Plant fossils are very common in the Glenshaw Formation. The shale preserves a multitude of plant fossil specimens, waiting to be found. Preservation can be an impression or a carbon film. These carbon films are leftover carbon from when the original organism was alive. The oxygen, nitrogen, and hydrogen disappearRead More →