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Halysites catenularia micropors Fiborn formation Joseph Koniecki

Submitted on 2015-09-13 by Joseph Koniecki

Location (approximate): Baie de Wasai, Chippewa, MI

Strat unit: Fiborn formation

Submitter notes: This specimen is 13 cm across.

Photo title: Coral

Taxa present: Halysites catenularia micropors

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Blothrophyllum coespitosum Fiborn formation Joseph Koniecki

Submitted on 2015-09-13 by Joseph Koniecki

Location (approximate): Baie de Wasai, Chippewa, MI

Strat unit: Fiborn formation

Submitter notes: This specimen is 24 cm across.

Photo title: Coral

Taxa present: Blothrophyllum coespitosum

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Herbertocaris?) wideneri? Silica formation David Thompson

Submitted on 2015-04-03 by David Thompson

Location (approximate): Paulding, Paulding, OH

Strat unit: Silica formation

Submitter notes: This image shows the entire piece with matrix. The matrix is 9.5 cm wide by 6 cm tall. This was cleaned by Scott Vergiels of the "Friends."

Photo title: Phillocarid "Mandible"

Taxa present: Herbertocaris?) wideneri?

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Herbertocaris? wideneri Silica formation David Thompson

Submitted on 2015-04-03 by David Thompson

Location (approximate): Paulding, Paulding, OH

Strat unit: Silica formation

Submitter notes: Here is a very complete example of a Phillocarid mandible or Gastric tooth. These are attributed to the two largest species of Phillocarid, either Dithyrocaris or Herbertocaris. It isn't clear which. This very complete jaw or attachment structure is rarely preserved. The "teeth" are 3.5 cm or 1 inch long the matrix is 9.5 cm by 6 cm. collected by me on 6/28/14.

Photo title: Phillocarid "Mandible" & jaw,

Taxa present: Herbertocaris? wideneri

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Mucrospirifer thedfordensis Widder formation Alexander Brown

Submitted on 2015-01-14 by Alexander Brown

Location (approximate): Arkona, Lambton, ON

Strat unit: Widder formation

Submitter notes: A side-by-side photo of two typical specimens showing both the brachial and pedicle views. The brachiopod on the left measures 31mm wide and the other is 35mm wide.

Photo title: BRACHIOPOD

Taxa present: Mucrospirifer thedfordensis

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Hyperoblastus bassleri Thunder Bay formation Mike Palescuk

Submitted on 2014-12-06 by Mike Palescuk

Location (approximate): Alpena, Alpena, MI

Strat unit: Thunder Bay formation

Submitter notes: Found by Bob Boyd, May 2014

Photo title: Blastoid

Taxa present: Hyperoblastus bassleri

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Paraspirifer bownockeri, Petrocrania hamiltoniae Silica formation Joseph Koniecki

Submitted on 2014-12-02 by Joseph Koniecki

Location (approximate): Sylvania, Lucas, OH

Strat unit: Silica formation

Submitter notes: An example of a articulate brachiopod with an inarticulate brachiopod on its shell. The Paraspirifer is 6 cm across.

Photo title: Brachiopods

Taxa present: Paraspirifer bownockeri, Petrocrania hamiltoniae

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Mediospirifer audaculus Silica formation Joseph Koniecki

Submitted on 2014-12-02 by Joseph Koniecki

Location (approximate): Sylvania, Lucas, OH

Strat unit: Silica formation

Submitter notes: This specimen is 6.7 cm across.

Photo title: Brachiopod

Taxa present: Mediospirifer audaculus

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Spinocyrtia granulosa, Atactotoechus typicus Genshaw formation Joseph Koniecki

Submitted on 2014-12-02 by Joseph Koniecki

Location (approximate): Alpena, Alpena, MI

Strat unit: Genshaw formation

Submitter notes: An exquisite specimen of a brachiopod encrusted with a bryozoan. This was found on the September 2014 FUMMP field trip to Alpena. The brachiopod is 6 cm across.

Photo title: Brachiopod encrusted with Bryozoa

Taxa present: Spinocyrtia granulosa, Atactotoechus typicus

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Dolatocrinus stellifer Alpena formation Sally Labadie

Submitted on 2014-11-22 by Sally Labadie

Location (approximate): Alpena, Alpena, MI

Strat unit: Alpena formation

Submitter notes: This very good specimen measures 43mm in diameter and 37mm high. It is from the Northern Aggregates Quarry in Alpena. The photo shows three views, the anal, basal and side views.

Photo title: CRINOID CALYX

Taxa present: Dolatocrinus stellifer

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Rhinocaris ehlersi Silica formation Mike Palescuk

Submitted on 2014-11-22 by Mike Palescuk

Location (approximate): Sylvania, Lucas, OH

Strat unit: Silica formation

Submitter notes: A fine specimen measuring 100mm long and 43mm wide. It rests on matrix that is 106mm X 72mm. The small inserted photo is a close-up of one of it's eyes (upper left of carapace).

Photo title: PHYLLOCARID

Taxa present: Rhinocaris ehlersi

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Hexagonaria percarinata Traverse formation Alexander Brown

Submitted on 2014-11-22 by Alexander Brown

Location (approximate): Alpena, Alpena, MI

Strat unit: Traverse formation

Submitter notes: A complete colony measuring 150mm in length, 104mm wide, and 74mm thick. Found near Alpena. The photo shows the top view with a side view beneath it.

Photo title: COLONY CORAL

Taxa present: Hexagonaria percarinata

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Heliophyllum halli Hungry Hollow formation Alexander Brown

Submitted on 2014-11-22 by Alexander Brown

Location (approximate): Arkona, Lambton, ON

Strat unit: Hungry Hollow formation

Submitter notes: This specimen measures 140mm in length and 42mm in diameter.

Photo title: HORN CORAL

Taxa present: Heliophyllum halli

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Pithocrinus cooperi Alpena formation Margi Chriscinske

Submitted on 2014-11-22 by Margi Chriscinske

Location (approximate): Alpena, Alpena, MI

Strat unit: Alpena formation

Submitter notes: A fine specimen showing spines on the tegmen and anal plates. Many stubs of broken spines are visible. The calyx measuring 42mm in diameter and 36mm in height has some matrix attached. The two views show an angled view of the anal and side view with the basal view to the right.

Photo title: CRINOID CALYX SHOWING SPINES

Taxa present: Pithocrinus cooperi

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Logocrinus brandoni Silica formation Michael Lask

Submitted on 2014-11-18 by Michael Lask

Location (approximate): Berkey, Lucas, OH

Strat unit: Silica formation

Submitter notes: 35 mm from the top of the arms to the bottom of the calyx with about 29 mm of stem. Collected and prepared by Patricia Rutkowski.

Photo title: Crinoid

Taxa present: Logocrinus brandoni

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Eldredgeops crassituberculata Silica formation Michael Lask

Submitted on 2014-11-18 by Michael Lask

Location (approximate): Berkey, Lucas, OH

Strat unit: Silica formation

Submitter notes: 46 mm long. Collected and prepared by Patricia Rutkowski.

Photo title: Trilobite

Taxa present: Eldredgeops crassituberculata

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Gilbertsocrinus ohioensis Silica formation David Clark

Submitted on 2014-10-11 by David Clark

Location (approximate): Sylvania, Lucas, OH

Strat unit: Silica formation

Submitter notes: A beautiful crinoid prepared with the spines free standing.

Photo title: Devonian crinoid

Taxa present: Gilbertsocrinus ohioensis

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Arthroacantha carpenteri Silica formation David Clark

Submitted on 2014-10-11 by David Clark

Location (approximate): Sylvania, Lucas, OH

Strat unit: Silica formation

Submitter notes: Crinoid showing regeneration of damaged arms.

Photo title: Devonian crinoid

Taxa present: Arthroacantha carpenteri

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Tornoceras , unidentified cephalopod , Arthroacantha carpentari, Rhipidomella penelope Arkona formation Ken Dobson

Submitted on 2014-10-08 by Ken Dobson

Location (approximate): Arkona, Lambton, ON

Strat unit: Arkona formation

Submitter notes: This collection of small pyritized fossils includes a brachiopod, a crinoid calyx, and two cephalopods, one straight and the other coiled. All but the brachiopod are from Arkona, Ontario. The Brach is from Milan, Michigan.

Photo title: A collection of small pyritized fossils from the Ken Dobson collection

Taxa present: Tornoceras , unidentified cephalopod , Arthroacantha carpentari, Rhipidomella penelope

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Eldredgeops crassituberculata Silica formation Michael Lask

Submitted on 2014-10-04 by Michael Lask

Location (approximate): Sylvania, Lucas, OH

Strat unit: Silica formation

Submitter notes: Side view: This is the first whole Trilobite I ever found. I was hunting with my daughter Zoe in the old North Quarry on June 23, 2007. This is the only one we found that day with a head. It might also be the last roller that Richard Heimlich ever prepared. The specimen measures 23.7mm x 14.8mm.

Photo title: Trilobite

Taxa present: Eldredgeops crassituberculata

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