The shell is probably Schizodus I am told. The impression of the Crinoid is well defined. In my opinion this specimen worth keeping. Schizodus was first described by W. King in 1844. It’s interesting to wonder if this impression was left during the burial process, or was the result ofRead More →

Specimen Front

This specimen of Cephalopod, CG-0004, belongs to the genus Metacoceras. I first assumed Tainoceras, yet, 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 in the gallery to get toRead 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 →