Species: Unknown Tetrapod Reptiles/Amphibians & Various Neuropterids (leafy plants)
This plate is quite special, as the Carboniferous fossils of Plainville, Franklin, and North Attleboro Massachusetts are seldom studied to the fullest extent that they deserve. On the front of the slab are various positive impressions of a few unknown species of both large predatory Reptiles, and small amphibians. Is this a fight scene from 300 Million Years Ago? The tracks have been highlighted with a clear sealant, but it can wash off.
On the other side, the plate covered in various, naturally iridescent Neuropterids plants. Truly a one of a kind fossil!