Specimen Front

This specimen of Cephalopod, CG-0004, belongs to the genus Metacoceras. Tainoceras was assumed for a short period of time, however that genus does not occur in the Brush Creek Limestone. A good deal of time was spent using an air scribe to take the piece from the first photo inRead More →

The clam Palaeoneilo is easy to spot on this specimen of shale. But, what I assumed was Lepidophylloides under the Microscope really sold me on adding this to my formal collection. Is it a leaf or a spine? However, after some further discussion with more seasoned fossil experts, the LepidophylloidesRead More →

Meekospira peracuta is a high-spired gastropod. This specimen was found next to a concretion in shale. The large outer rim of the concretion is visible as a curved piece on the rock. The tip of the snail was more prominent when first pulled out, and attempted removal of the clayRead More →