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  1. Delaware Fossils

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    • 54 images
    • 1 comment
    • 4 image comments
    Findings over several years of sifting
    I_gotta_rock
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    I_gotta_rock
  2. Fossil Collection

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    • 54 images
    • 2 comments
    • 129 image comments
    Some of my fossil collection. In this álbum all are collected for me in Portugal.
    Vieira
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    Vieira
  3. Fossil Plants

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    • 3 images
    • 0 comments
    • 0 image comments
    RJB
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    RJB
  4. Plants of the Lewellyn Formation

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    • 13 images
    • 0 comments
    • 2 image comments
    The Carboniferous Lewellyn Formation runs through northern and central Pennsylvania and is the source of much of the coal in "Coal County." Along with the fossil fuel are much better preserved examples of ferns, horsetails, and confer relatives, as well as some rare insects. In addition to anthracite coal, it is composed of sandstone, siltstone and mudstone. 
    I_gotta_rock
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    I_gotta_rock
  5. Sharks

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    • 26 images
    • 1 comment
    • 10 image comments
    Mostly shark teeth.
     
    Also see the Post Oak Creek album, which is mostly Late Cretaceous sharks.
     
    ThePhysicist
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    ThePhysicist
  6. Texas Echinoids, ERose

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    • 39 images
    • 2 comments
    • 22 image comments
    Various Texas Cretaceous Echinoids (mostly).
    erose
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    erose
  7. Dinosaurs

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    • 13 images
    • 0 comments
    • 9 image comments
    Dinosaur fossils.
    ThePhysicist
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    ThePhysicist
  8. Cretaceous

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    • 157 images
    • 2 comments
    • 72 image comments
    Cretaceous fossils from the Mid Atlantic states collected by the author unless otherwise noted.
    Jeffrey P
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    Jeffrey P
  9. Fossil Crabs

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    • 19 images
    • 12 comments
    • 28 image comments
    All fossil crabs that I have prepped
    RJB
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    RJB
  10. Middle Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

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    • 229 images
    • 4 comments
    • 152 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
  11. Gastropods of the Tamiami Formation

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    • 194 images
    • 3 comments
    • 22 image comments
    The Pinecrest Sand Member of the Tamiami Formation is a series of beds which contain an incredible diversity of marine life from the Upper Pliocene ranging from approximately 4.5 to 2.5 million years ago. Primary among the organisms that draw attention to these deposits are the gastropods which are so well preserved that they appear to have just recently washed upon the shore. Although both professional and amateurs have collected from the Sarasota quarries which have mined the mollusk shells for construction for over 50 years, a single monograph has never beeen produced. In addition, I am also picturing gastropods from the Tamiami coral reef facies, the Golden Gate Member which contains some of the same species as the Pinecrest but also many endemics. Although short on description which is essential in peer reviewed scientific publications, I hope this gallery will serve as a guide to those who have trouble in acquiring the few out of date works that have delt with the Pinecrest.
    MikeR
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    MikeR
  12. Bill Cain

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    • 7 images
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    Griffin Bike Park Carboniferous Plant fosils



    indycain553
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    indycain553
  13. Miscellaneous

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    • 3 images
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    Miscellaneous fossils.
    ThePhysicist
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    ThePhysicist
  14. Pisces

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    • 106 images
    • 4 comments
    • 39 image comments
    I don't have all that many teeth like a lot of collectors here in this Forum, but I have found, purchased or traded for a few fishy things along the way.
    Update New Year's 2019: The collection has been growing thanks to trades, purchases and my own field finds.
    Ludwigia
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    Ludwigia
  15. Portuguese Ammonites

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    • 2 images
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    • 0 image comments
    Some of my portuguese ammonites and Other fossils
    arthurvoss
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    arthurvoss
  16. Kandeek

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    • 1 image
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    Gastropods
    Kandee k.
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    Kandee k.
  17. Vertebrates

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    • 698 images
    • 3 comments
    • 512 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. Late Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

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    • 128 images
    • 2 comments
    • 75 image comments
    The overwhelming majority of this Ammonite fauna is preserved as limestone molds. But they can nevertheless make very pretty pets. There is a seemingly unendless amount of sites which can be visited since a great expanse of these layers is exposed from the north of Switzerland over the Swabian Alb up into the Franconian Alb in Bavaria. The forms and variations of this fauna are also manifold and the species and genera are being continually moved about or renamed, so I can't guarantee that my IDs are up-to-date.
    Ludwigia
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    Ludwigia
  19. Aurora/Lee Creek Mine Micro Matrix

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    • 8 images
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    • 2 image comments
    The Quarantine of 2020 made for frustrated fossil fiends all over the world. The Aurora (North Carolina, USA) Fossil Museum came up with a wonderful way to stay afloat and keep people's sanity at the same time: Fossil Hunter's Emergency Survival Kits. Each kit contained two gallon-sized plastic bags of micro matrix from the adjacent Nutrien (Formerly known as Lee Creek) Phosphate Mine. The mine strata are a mixture of Early Miocene, Pliocene and Pleistocene layers, which are sifted together extensively before fossil hunters can get a look. The fossils from my kit, as of the time I began this album, are all Pliocene/Pleistocene. They must have ben scooping out the upper layers that day. 
    I_gotta_rock
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    I_gotta_rock
  20. North Sulphur River

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    • 34 images
    • 0 comments
    • 5 image comments
    Wendigo1014
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    Wendigo1014
  21. Rugose Coral

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    • 1 image
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    • 0 image comments
    A collection of my Rugose Coral 
    Samurai
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    Samurai
  22. Fossildude's Purchased/Gift Fossils

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    • 50 images
    • 3 comments
    • 125 image comments
    A very small part of my collection is comprised of some gift and some purchased fossils. 

    I've never paid more than $35.00 for a fossil.  (Not including shipping)  
    Yep. I'm a cheapskate.  
    Fossildude19
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    Fossildude19
  23. Invertebrates

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    • 298 images
    • 1 comment
    • 136 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
  24. Nautiloid’s Eurypterids and other Silurian fossils

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    • 12 images
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    • 5 image comments
    My eurypterid collection
     
    All are from Herkimer County, New York
    Nautiloid
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    Nautiloid
  25. Brachiopoda

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    • 103 images
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    • 63 image comments
    Brachiopodes are sometimes not at all easy to identify down to the species, particularly the orders of the Rhynchonellida and Terebratulida which have innumerable variations and species in Jurassic times, for instance. So it could be that I'm not always right, which is why there are a lot of question marks.
    Ludwigia
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    Ludwigia
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