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Shark teeth - different locations
gigantoraptor posted a topic in Member Fossil Trades Bulletin BoardHello all, I stop collecting shark teeth from the cenozoic. I offer all my shark teeth for trade here. There are 3 different location. -Antwerpen, Schelde. Collected in 1970 (not by me) -Balegem. Collected in 1986 (not by me) -Steendorp. Date not known. There is one Megalodon (Steendorp). It's about 8 cm and has all serrations. There is some damage at one side. Steendorp is a closed location were fossils from the Neogene were found. Next there is about 4,5 pound of Balegem shark and ray teeth. These were collected in 1986. There are a couple of Otod
Antwerpen - Eindhoven
Marianne posted a topic in Fossil Hunting TripsHello, hopefully somebody can help me. I live in Denmark and might be going to Antwerpen on March 23 until about 27 march. Do anybody know where I can go and find shark teeths? Do you know somebody who are might to guide me to the place and show me how to find them? Best regards Marianne
Marianne posted a topic in Questions & AnswersHello, hopefully somebody can help me. I live in Denmark and might be going to Antwerpen on March 23 until about 27 march. Do anybody know where I can go and find shark teeths? Do you know somebody who are might to guide me to the place and show me how to find them? Best regards Marianne
A bunch of different Glycymeris
Max-fossils posted a topic in Fossil IDHi all, So, here are a bunch of fossil bittersweet clams (Glycymeris) from different locations. So far they are all labeled as "Glycymeris" (which I'm pretty sure is correct). But I would really like to put a species name on each of them. Therefore I am reaching out to you all, because hopefully you will be able to help me sort this out! 1) Glycymeris from Westerschelde, Netherlands; from the late Pliocene (2.5 million years old). I'm thinking G. radiolyrata, but I'm not sure... 2) Glycymeris from Westerschelde, Netherlands; from the late Plioce
belemniten posted a gallery image in Members Gallery
From the album: Pleistocene and Miocene fossilsA 1.2 cm long ray tooth (Myliobatis sp.) from Hoevenen in Antwerp.
My finds from my Netherland / Belgium tour
belemniten posted a topic in Fossil Hunting TripsI want to share my fossils from a one week tour with you. I was in Cadzand (Netherlands), in Hoevenen (Antwerpen), in Barvaux and also in Eckelsheim (Germany). The most time i was on the beaches in Cadzand. Its just wonderful there and i dont spend my whole time to look for fossils On the beaches near Cadzand i didnt found that much as last year, but i think its still a nice haul. I found many bivalves, some fish vertebra, Gastropods, Balanus sp. and also many bones .... Bivalves: They are very common on some beaches, so i collect only the nicest ones: Glycymeris obovata: