Hi. I went fossil hunting today in Ossett. I found the usual fossil wood (eg: calamites, Sigillaria, Neuropteris, Artisia, ect), but today I think I found a lepidodendron stem. The only other lepidodendron fossil I have ever found was the root. Why are they so rare in Ossett but so common in South Yorkshire?
Is it a lepidodendron stem/trunk or something else?
hi. thanks for the reply. I sent some images of a few othr fossils a few weeks ago to the Angela Marmont centre. they said they were going to reply back when they got a relply from a palaeontology specialist.
Hi again. I sent some images of some fossils which I would like identifying to email@example.com. One of the fossils is a possible fossil pine cone which I found. On this forum no one could tell if it was a lepidodendron fossil or a pine cone.