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  1. Prae's Collection (REMPC) Updated

    A disorganized collection of fossils. 
    Praefectus
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    Praefectus Updated
    • 19
  2. Russian Upper Volgian ammonites Updated

    Represented mostly by  Craspeditidae family, which evolved from Mid-Volgian Dorsoplanitidae and later gave birth to 2 lineages: more typical-looking Craspedites (lots of species) and disc-shaped Garniericeras. The latter evolved from smooth and round Kachpurites, with each evolutionary step becoming more and more flattened to the extent of looking almost 2D.
    Late Volgian comprises 3 ammonite zones:
    1. Kachpurites fulgens (good sites in Moscow region)
    2. Garniericeras catenulatum/ Craspedites subditus (both names in use, sites in Moscow and various Volga regions)
    3. Craspedites nodiger (less numerous sites in Moscow (Shmelovka), Kostroma and Samara)
    As to preservation, they are usually fragile shells found in watery clay with iridescent nacre of various colors, often green, blue and yellow.
    RuMert
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    RuMert Updated
    • 16
    • 4
    • 11
  3. Sketches Updated

    I was inspired a while ago by the artistic activity of some of our members, particularly Kane, to have a go at doing some drawings of my own of specimens from my collection. This has turned into an ongoing project, so I will probably be posting things here fairly regularly.
    Ludwigia
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    Ludwigia Updated
    • 16
  4. Micro teeth from East Texas creek Updated

    Here are a few of the 83 teeth I found in an East Texas creek on September 2nd, 2021. This was from a Kincaid Formation outcrop. Most are missing roots, so identification may be tough. I haven't attempted to identify any, but welcome help with that, and will add that to the album.
    BudB
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    BudB Updated
    • 36
    • 0
    • 0
  5. Texas Cretaceous Fossils: Ammonites and Nautiloids Updated

    A variety of Cretaceous Fossils found in Texas. First Group: Ammonites and Nautiloids. I have done my best to identify the species, but am not a professional, just an avid amateur! If you see an incorrect identification, please do not hesitate to contact me! 
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    JamieLynn
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    JamieLynn Updated
    • 45
    • 0
    • 3
  6. Brazos River Finds--August 2021 Updated

    Mostly Pleistocene age fossils found in the sandy gravel matrix of the Brazos River bed in southeast Texas.
    These fossils were found a couple of weeks ago, in August of 2021.
    I'm still very much a novice, but I wanted to try my hand at creating my first album. 
    All identifications are tentative, and I gladly welcome suggestions and corrections.
    --Brandy
    Brandy Cole
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    Brandy Cole Updated
    • 38
    • 0
    • 5
  7. Fossildude's Middle Devonian Hamilton Group Fossils Updated

    My personal finds from several locations in New York. 
    Hamilton Group, Middle Devonian. 
    Fossildude19
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    Fossildude19 Updated
    • 111
    • 2
    • 181
  8. Misha's Middle Devonian Fossils Updated

    A collection of my Mid Devonian fossils, many self collected from the Hamilton group and other nearby formations and others purchased or traded from around the world
    Misha
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    Misha Updated
    • 58
    • 0
    • 2
  9. Late Jurassic belemnites of European Russia Updated

    Belemnite guards are the first sign of our Jurassic outcrops. Everybody is familiar with them but nobody is good at their ID. Popularly called "devil's fingers" and used in folk medicine
    RuMert
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    RuMert Updated
    • 9
    • 0
    • 0
    • 9 images
    • 0 comments
    • 0 image comments
  10. Dinosaurs Updated

    Dinosaur fossils (and replicas). Unabashedly favoring  T. rex .
    ThePhysicist
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    ThePhysicist Updated
    • 44
    • 0
    • 13
  11. Late Jurassic gastropods of European Russia Updated

    More conservative than ammonites, same genera persist through several ages. Oxfordian gastropods are the best preserved. Most of the specimens are under 10 mm.
    RuMert
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    RuMert Updated
    • 18
    • 2
    • 5
  12. Delaware Fossils Updated

    Findings over several years of sifting
    I_gotta_rock
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    I_gotta_rock Updated
    • 62
    • 2
    • 7
  13. Gastropods and Bivalves Worldwide Updated

    You find these things everywhere, don't you? Very successful fauna. Can't live without them!
    Ludwigia
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    Ludwigia Updated
    • 162
    • 4
    • 70
  14. Other Fauna Updated

    Here are all the fauna I left out of the other galleries. In other words, a mixed bag.
    Ludwigia
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    Ludwigia Updated
    • 40
    • 0
    • 20
  15. Trilobites Updated

    I wish I could find more of these, but I don't often have the opportunity to delve into the Paleozoic.
    Ludwigia
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    Ludwigia Updated
    • 52
    • 4
    • 49
  16. Late Jurassic bivalves of European Russia Updated

    RuMert
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    RuMert Updated
    • 34
    • 0
    • 0
  17. Corals Updated

    These corals which I've found over the years range from the Palaeozoic to the Cenozoic.
    Ludwigia
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    Ludwigia Updated
    • 88
    • 0
    • 55
  18. Nautiloidea Updated

    Some finds from all over the place. Mostly Jurassic.
    Ludwigia
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    Ludwigia Updated
    • 39
    • 2
    • 32
  19. Kansas Cretaceous Updated

    Some of my finds from the cretaceous rocks of Kansas. Suggestions/corrections are welcome on all ID's
    X-fish
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    X-fish Updated
    • 14
    • 0
  20. Florissant Insects Updated

    An album devoted to the Eocene insects of the Florissant Formation in CO.
    yardrockpaleo
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    yardrockpaleo Updated
    • 6
    • 6 images
  21. Proudest finds Updated

    Here is a gallery of my proudest finds, with many more entries to hopefully come!
    Jared C
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    Jared C Updated
    • 10
    • 0
    • 0
    • 10 images
    • 0 comments
    • 0 image comments
  22. C&D Canal Micro Fossils Updated

    Micro fossils collected by the author in several trips to the dredge piles of the C&D Canal near Reedy Point, Delaware. Fossils are from the Late Cretaceous Mount Laurel Formation
    historianmichael
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    historianmichael Updated
    • 70
  23. Tertiary Updated

    Tertiary fossils from the Atlantic Coastal Plain collected by the author unless otherwise noted.
    Jeffrey P
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    Jeffrey P Updated
    • 58
    • 1
    • 21
  24. A.C.'s Cretaceous New Jersey Updated

    All personal finds from the Cretaceous NJ. Feel free to leave a comment if I wrongfully IDed anything.
    A.C.
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    A.C. Updated
    • 20
    • 1
  25. BONES Updated

    Images of vertebrate post-cranial bones with information to assist identifications.
    Harry Pristis
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    Harry Pristis Updated
    • 112
    • 6
    • 66
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