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  2. The Amateur Paleontologist

    May 2022 - Finds of the Month Entries

    Very nice find, it's a beautiful little femur!
  3. The Amateur Paleontologist

    May 2022 - Finds of the Month Entries

    Very nice find, it's a beautiful little femur!
  4. KTGATORS40

    Can anyone tell me what this is?

    I’ll try to send you a better pic
  5. JBkansas

    Show us your most colorful fossils

    This rock contains thousands of shell and coral fragments replaced by sparkly red orange crystals. The sparkles don't translate as well on pictures.
  6. fifbrindacier

    Peace River/Bone Valley IDs - possible C. Hastalis?

    See this : @Ancient Bones ?
  7. JBkansas

    Possible trace fossil

    Not sure if these are trace fossils. The rock looks like a cast of the sea floor.
  8. Ptychodus04

    Turtle Prep

    I would need a bigger prep box for that! This turtle is huge.
  9. KTGATORS40

    Can anyone tell me what this is?

    I’ll try to send you a better pic
  10. fifbrindacier

    Can anyone tell me what this is?

    I agree that looks like a tooth but i don't know if it is from a horse. Could show us photos of the other side of it ?
  11. Nanotyrannus35

    Let's see your latest mailbox score!

    Nice meg! I also like the other 2 bone valley teeth.
  12. historianmichael

    Fossil Sites near Blacksburg VA

    Jasper Burns's "Fossil Collecting in the Mid-Atlantic States" describes a number of sites in the area, including one just outside Blacksburg
  13. KTGATORS40

    Can anyone tell me what this is?

    I’m not sure at all
  14. Meganeura

    Can anyone tell me what this is?

    Pictures aren't the best quality, but I believe it's part of a horse tooth. I could be totally off-base however.
  15. KTGATORS40

    Can anyone tell me what this is?

    Does anyone know what this might be, found it on peace river?
  16. jnicholes

    What is this?

    thank you. I just did. It’s pretty interesting.
  17. Fossildude19

    What is this?

    Google Crinoid lumen cast.
  18. ThePhysicist

    Hell Creek / Lance Formations

    Fossils from the Cretaceous-aged Hell Creek and Lance Formations (~ 66 - 69 Ma).
  19. jnicholes

    What is this?

    thanks for the clarification. I appreciate it.
  20. Crusty_Crab

    What is this?

    I agree it is a crinoid. The second from top is a cast of the internal canal. As an analogy, your crinoid would be like a series of stacked donuts, a series of hollow rings. What you're seeing is the stacked donut holes.
  21. jnicholes

    What is this?

    Thank you. I suspected that it was a crinoid. One of them does not look like a cast, though. I’m referring to the second photo from the top. Thanks for helping me out. Jared
  22. Harry Pristis

    What is this?

    Those are casts of crinoid stems. The stems are gone - dissolved - but they've left their casts in the limestone matrix.
  23. jnicholes

    What is this?

    Hey everyone, I had to make a trip up to Spokane, Washington, to help my grandparents move. They’re moving in with us. While I was helping pack boxes, I found this rock in their garage. Obviously has fossils in it. My grandfather was kind enough to give it to me. Any idea what this is? Is it even a fossil? I am attaching pictures.
  24. Lucid_Bot

    What Would You Do? Cracked Fossil

    We import it. (No trees here.)
  25. abyssunder

    Petrified wood

    Is there any siphuncle visible in them? Transverse sections may help.
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