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  1. Cephalopods Worldwide

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    • 315 images
    • 6 comments
    • 118 image comments
    Here you can view everything that had feet coming out of its head before burial in countries and counties outside of southern Germany.
    Ludwigia
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    Ludwigia
  2. Echinodermata

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    • 89 images
    • 2 comments
    • 65 image comments
    I've found a few decent sea urchins myself. Crinoids and blastoids are however quite rare in my area and the stars and other families of this order are even harder to come by, particularly when you tend, like myself, to restrict the majority of your collection to samples which you've found yourself in the field. This is why this section of my collection remains quite modest. I've just lately begun to trade a bit and some good friends have given me some nice samples, so things are improving.
    Ludwigia
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    Ludwigia
  3. The Waldron Shale

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    • 5 image comments

    Ken K
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    Ken K
  4. @Max-fossils 's Zandmotor Finds

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    • 23 images
    • 0 comments
    • 30 image comments
    An album containing some of my (@Max-fossils) photos from the Zandmotor (NL)!
     
    The Zandmotor is a big beach on the coast of the Netherlands. It is known for its variety of fossils: abundant fossil seashells (mostly clams and cockles); fish material; sometimes bird material; the occasional shark teeth (some from the very early Holocene, others from the Eocene); and of course mammal material (mammoth, woolly rhino, cave lion, hyena, horse, etc.)! The bone material is either from the middle Pleistocene (600'000 years ago), from the late Pleistocene (40'000 years ago) or from the very early Holocene (9'000 years ago); about 90% are from the late Pleistocene. Most of the seashells are from the middle Pleistocene, more precisely the Eemian stage (120'000 years ago); however, seashells from other ages are found too. 
     
    Other (non-fossil) finds include: modern seashells and artifacts.
     
    I hope you enjoy the photos!
     
    Have a nice stay,
     
    Max
    Max-fossils
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    Max-fossils
  5. FloridaWhales

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    • 10 images
    • 0 comments
    • 1 image comment
    Combination of whale fossils personally found plus photos shared from Florida fossil friends.
    Shellseeker
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    Shellseeker
  6. Lance fm. Microsite Finds

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    • 25 images
    • 1 comment
    • 6 image comments
    These fossils come from various channel deposits found in Wyoming's Lance formation which is contemporary in age and fauna to the more famous Hell Creek formation of MT, SD & ND. These fossils were all found on private property outside of Newcastle, WY.
    PaleoNoel
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    PaleoNoel
  7. Lebanese Fossils

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    • 55 images
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    • 15 image comments
    A few fossils from my personal collection, I'll add many more later on!
    KING-X
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    KING-X
  8. North Sulfur River

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    • 19 images
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    • 3 image comments
    Fossils found in the North Sulfur River, Ladonia, TX.
    ThePhysicist
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    ThePhysicist
  9. My fossil

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    • 89 images
    • 0 comments
    • 22 image comments
    SilverSoulz
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    SilverSoulz
  10. Dinosaurs and Reptiles

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    • 58 images
    • 5 comments
    • 34 image comments
    Various purchased dinosaur and other reptiles specimens from all over the world.
    Anomotodon
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    Anomotodon
  11. Invertebrates

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    • 271 images
    • 1 comment
    • 131 image comments
    My main interest is fossil fish, but here in this album, you will only find invertebrates:
    Fossils from Solnhofen, Messel, Holzmaden, Liaoning, Bundenbach, Green River, Linton, Mazon Creek, Monte Bolca, Fiume Marecchia...
    Have fun!
    oilshale
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    oilshale
  12. Trilobites

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    • 89 images
    • 8 comments
    • 70 image comments
    [Work in progress]: Grouping my best specimens of trilobites with a focus on full ones where possible.
    Kane
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    Kane
  13. Pebbles with fossils of moraine deposits Dnieper glaciation (Point 2).

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    • 13 images
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    • 5 image comments
    South of Kiev region, Ukraine.
    Redeposited layer - may dated wide interval.
    Andriy
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    Andriy
  14. Carboniferous Plant Fossils in My Collection

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    • 4 images
    • 1 comment
    • 1 image comment
    ST. CLAIR PLANT FOSSILS
     
    This album includes Carboniferous plant fossils my wife and I collected at St. Clair before the site was closed. I'm sorting the specimens now.  We have specimens of Alethopteris, Annularia, Asterophyllides, Cordaites, Neuropteris (and Cyclopteris), Pecopteris, Sphenopteris, Stigmaria (tree roots), Lepidophylloides, Lepidodendron, Calamites, and more. 
     
    In the 6 years that we've been collecting fossils, paleobiological discoveries have clarified many of the form and species genera originally used to identify and group coal swamp fossils.  In the 19th and 20th century, many Pennsylvanian plant fossils were identified by shape or configuration. Consequently, many fossils were mistakenly grouped together, and some differently shaped parts of the same frond were given different species names.  For example, the round Neuropteris leaves often found at the base of a tongue shaped Neuropteris leaf are often identified as cyclopteris which is a "form genus" originally used to designate a round fern leaf with veins.
     
    We are learning more about fossil seeds, also.  Trigonocarpus was the general catch-all name given to most Carboniferous seeds but now we are learning which seeds were associated with which trees and fossil leaves, most notably seeds that grew on the Medullosa family of trees. 
     
    Like most fossil collectors, we are still attempting to understand the ecology of fossil plants and trees, how they evolved, and the role they played in evolution in general.  We believe that preserving fossils and displaying them are better than leaving them in the ground to decay.
     

    hitekmastr
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    hitekmastr
  15. Early Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

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    • 75 images
    • 2 comments
    • 55 image comments
    Starting with "Goldschnecken" from a classic site and continuing on from there.
    Ludwigia
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    Ludwigia
  16. Middle Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

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    • 198 images
    • 4 comments
    • 132 image comments
    I've been living and collecting in this part of the world for a good many years now. Middle Jurassic layers are exposed at many sites here and these are the ones I've been concentrating on mostly.
    Ludwigia
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    Ludwigia
  17. Vertebrates

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    • 658 images
    • 2 comments
    • 487 image comments
    My main interest is fossil fish, but you will also find some other vertebrates like amphibians, mammals, reptiles and birds here in this album:
    Fossils from Solnhofen, Messel, Holzmaden, Liaoning, Bergisch Gladbach, Green River, Linton, Mazon Creek, Monte Bolca, Fiume Marecchia.....and other places around the world.
    oilshale
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    oilshale
  18. Jurassic stuff uk

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    • 36 images
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    • 64 image comments
    Self found Jurassic odds and ends.
    ntrusc
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    ntrusc
  19. Cave Bear and Cave Hyena teeth

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    • 19 images
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    Rare Cave Bear and Cave Hyena teeth from Serbia!
     

    Darko
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    Darko
  20. Purchased/Gift Fossils

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    • 45 images
    • 2 comments
    • 107 image comments
    A very small part of my collection is comprised of some gift and some purchased fossils. 

    I've never paid more than $50.00 for a fossil.  
    Yep. I'm a cheapskate.  
    Fossildude19
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    Fossildude19
  21. Late Triassic Lockatong Formation

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    • 72 images
    • 2 comments
    • 105 image comments
    Fossils from the Late Triassic (Rhaetian)  
    Lockatong Formation,
    Newark Basin, 
    Newark Supergroup
    North Bergen NJ.
    AKA: Granton Quarry.
     
    Fossildude19
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    Fossildude19
  22. Yorkshire Ichthyosaur Fossils

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    • 16 images
    • 2 comments
    • 11 image comments
    All my professionally prepped Ichthyosaur fossils from my collection.
     

    LiamL
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    LiamL
  23. Delaware Fossils

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    • 52 images
    • 0 comments
    • 4 image comments
    Findings over several years of sifting
    I_gotta_rock
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    I_gotta_rock
  24. Happy new year

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    • 2 images
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    • 0 image comments
    nala
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    nala
  25. Fossil Collection

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    • 8 images
    • 0 comments
    • 0 image comments
    These are the most notable fossils that I have collected.
    ThePhysicist
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    ThePhysicist
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