This is a scientifically important site and is said to be a difficult place to collect in any case because of the physical layout, at Mench's[?] What did you discover? To find legal rockhounding spots, go to any public waterway or park, and try to dig around in the gravel next to riverbanks and creeks. At the beach? Sadly, you won’t find many geodes at the formation. 5 km E in road cut on PA118 at intersection with road into Miller Hollow. Local dinosaurs include ankylosaurs, Coelosaurus, Dryptosaurus, and Hadrosaurus. Trilobite ichnofossils -- Cruziana,Rusophycus -- near top of beds, Couldn't identify a Shadle PA,PA104 is on the West side of the Susquehanna River running from a point opposite the mouth of Mahantango Creek for about 35km to Mifflinburg, about 1 km W of Mt Davis in Quarry 200 meters E of LR50008, 2.4km W at Township Maintenance facility at Woodward Drive on PA895, At Cascade Creek E from PA171 5 km N of Lanesboro E of RR tracks, 19 km SE along Butter Creek in Chemung micaceous shales and sandstones, 8 km E in RR cuts in Chemung micaceous shales and sandstones, at Tunkhannock Creek in Chemung micaceous shales and sandstones, Mansfield,Tioga County,PA,6 km NW at Seeley's Creek off Lambs Creek -- -- Chemung -- Holoptychius,fish beds,plants,shells,Bothriolepis,Dipterus, Regional exposures along tributaries of Tioga River, brachiopods,pelecypods,crinoids,bryozoa,plants, fish conglomerate,Holoptychius scales and teeth, Area exposures of sands associated with coal seams, Between Blossburg and Covington on bank of Tioga River in red mudstones, fish parts,fins,spines,scales-Bothriolepis,Holoptychius,Sauripteris, fish parts,fins,spines,scales-Bothriolepis,Holoptychius,Sauripteris,Sterropterygion, fish teeth,spines,scales-Dipterus,Gyracanthus,Holoptychius, fish parts,fins,spines,scales-Bothriolepis,Ganorhynchus,Holoptychius,Sterropterygion, 6 km NW at Seeley's Creek off Lambs Creek, Holoptychius,fish beds,plants,shells,Bothriolepis,Dipterus, 2 km E on PA238 in road cut and bed of Mutton Creek, 5 km W in outcrops on roads leading N from PA304 in sandstones and shales, In Permian Washington and Dunkard formations of PA186 in Washington Stone Co Quarry,Fish, Sharks-Xenacanthus,Hybodus,Ectosteorhachis;Lungfish-Sagenodus,Monongahela;Amphibia-Diploceraspis,Lysorophus, There is also a Blackburn in Clearfield County, in hillside to SW and along Cedar Creek above Eagle Creek Coal bed, At LeCron's Copper Mine. This site is Devonian, and you can find trilobites, snails, and brachiopods. I recently developed a reaction to Poison Ivy (it wasn't always that way) and now I am limited to locations to comfortably hunt. The Montour Fossil Pit in Danville, PA is better marked—literally: There's a parking lot with a sign that says "Montour Fossil Pit." 19th Century site visited by Cope and,later,Wanner, http://www.ricksweb.netfirms.com/Jeri/dinoarticle.htm, Reptile teeth and bones-Clepsysaurus,Eupelor,Palaeoctonus,Rutiodon,Suchoprion,Thecodontosaurus, First reported 1889. on hill side W of Goldsboro Rd. Do not park on RR bridge, trilobites,coral,bryozoa,brachiopods,cephalopods,crinoids, See entry for Fort Hunter-Rockville Quarry which is probably the same site, in quarry above US22/322 about 70 meters N of Bridge, 1 km N in black shales exposed in abandoned strip mine, At I79, PA174 interchange in cut and in bed of Elk Creek and in road cut 2 km S on E side of I79, Brachiopod molds,mollusk molds,ichnofossils, Lingula,Discina,Spirifer,Rhynchonella,Streptorhynchus,Paleoneilo,Sanguinolites,Mytilarca,Pteronites,Actinodesma,Orthoceras, 13 km W in Limestone exposures in back of Dept Of Highways Storage dump on N side of US40, bryozoa,brachiopods,mollusks,trilobites - Kaskia,crinoids,blastoids, 13 km W in area Limestone exposures along Chestnut Ridge, 13km E on US 40 1.7km W of Chalk Hill. If you’re a seasoned vet, and you want to find large specimens for your collection, you’ll have to check out The Echo. Hyolithes. ],Rhipidomella; Coral - Lophophyllidium; mollusks; crinoid columnals, HA thinks,and I agree that 'Dechya' (no citations) should be 'Derbyia' which is the correct age and is often associated with Chonetes and Crurithyris. Click here to read about some of the other hidden treasures you just might dig up in PA. Drive down just about any highway or state road in the area and chances are you’ll find a road cut that has some fossils from the Devonian Era for you to find. In limestone quarry on Bermudian Creek in siltstones, footprints-Atreipus,Anchisauripus,Otozoum,reptile tracks, Hickok,Hayes,Willard 1932 -- Now under housing development, visited by Hoff in 1910 and Stahle in 1972, Three 'Humble Oil and Refining Company' beds in weathered shale somewhere in SouthEast Pennsylvania 10m below the Ledger Formation contact, trilobites-Bathyuriscus,Elrathina,Ogygopsis,Olenoides,Oryctocephalus, There are Darlingtons in both Beaver and Westmoreland Counties, Can't identify a Good Springs or Goodsprings in PA, 2 km S at junction of US22 and PA66 on NE side, Brachiopods - Chonetes,Crurithyris,Dechya[?
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