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  1. Egregious

    Egg Or Concretion?

    My daughter found this in a creek bed near Brighton Missouri. http://goo.gl/Juxvo I apologize if this is nothing. I am an utter noob at this.
  2. Enlade


    Ok, so I have two fossils to discuss, but I’ll do it in two threads. The first is what appears to be an egg. I found this as a boy in Ohio outside of the Cleveland area (closest large city). So, it was near Lake Erie though not exactly on the shore and such, maybe 20 miles inland. I found this on the banks of a creek that ran through woods behind our home. The inside of the object looks to be filled with some homogenous substance, that is to say, it looks like it is made of all the same substance and that if it was made of grains (like sand) that each grain was very very small and all of
  3. deaflemon

    Is This A Dinosaur Egg?

    My husband found this at q job site in North Dakota. Is it a dinosaur egg?
  4. Hello, I recently acquired a Hadrosaur egg and was wondering if this is real or not? It came with paperwork that it is from the Xixia Basin, Henan Province in China. I am skeptical of its authenticity and was wondering if I can get some opinions and maybe even some advice on proving its authenticity. I am new to this hobby and do not want to get taken advantage of. Let me know what you think, all opinions are considered. Thanks for your help! Check out my photo bucket below: http://s42.photobucket.com/user/Ty2kman/slideshow/Dinosaur
  5. nocturnal

    Need Help With An Egg Shaped Stone

    Hello everyone here at the fossil forum, i wonder if you can help me with the identification of a kind of "rock " that looks like an egg. Is it possible to be a fossilized egg? i found it in near a place that is known of fossils. It has a width of about 3 cm and height of 3,5 cm.
  6. mickiver

    Could Be An Egg.......

    Found this years ago while putting down sod in a yard in Eastern South Dakota. It didn't look like any of the other rocks in the area. I think it might be an egg. Any thoughts?
  7. Hello guys, I found this egg Shaped object and it looks to be like an Egg Fossil, I found it in my back yard in Miami, Florida. Anybody knows what this is? It is about less than two inches in length and half an inch thick.
  8. mumo9

    Is It An Egg?

    Hi, this is my first time on this site, and I was wondering if anyone could help in identifying this (we found it in our garden today while using a JCB to dig out shale)? Thanking you for your help in advance.
  9. Ceramus

    One Kilo Stone 'egg'?

    Hello everybody, Sorry for not posting first in the introductory section! I live in Romania and I'm not quite involved into fossils, if I may say so, but as a teenager I had some interest in this field - which I must admit it's more than fascinating. Later I got onto other paths but whenever I go to the great outdoors I keep an eye out for any interesting geological things like curious rocks and pebbles etc. Last summer I went in a short trip to a certain hilly area north of my hometown. As it was a new place for me I went exploring around. Bordering a river there was an eroded hillside with
  10. I posted this the other day and had a request for more pics. Found: MM Quarry Belgrade (Mayesville) NC Belgrade Formation, late Oligocene/early Miocene and the Trent (River Bend) Formation, Oligocene There are also overlying Miocene/Pliocene and Pleistocene layers. I have seen nothing like this from this or any other NC location. Someone suggested it looked egg like, but I do not see that. I know this may sound odd, and impossible but it looks like an eyeball in its socket to me. Help, suggestions or even some names I can e-mail would be appreciated. Here are a slew of pics from many an
  11. Hi there everyone! Just wanted to post a recent find of mine with many more to come! I wanted to start with the most interesting and work backwards. I recently acquired what I believe to be a fossilized dinosaur egg nest of a small dinosaur species. It was included in a box of other fossils I purchased at a small silent auction estate sale of a collector. For some reason it won't let me upload more than one photo even though they are below the 2mb size limit. If someone could explain how to add more I will gladly! The nest measures in at around 4 1/2" from side to side making these mu
  12. Ballstaedt

    Utah Egg Imprint Fossil?

    I live in Utah, which I have heard is a hot bed for Fossils. I love to collect rocks, but I don't really know anything about fossils. I was at a cabin a while ago and found this rock on the ground. The cabin was in Weber canyon (Trying to be specific for forum rules) and it was found relatively near a river. The rock has a perfectly shaped oval, egg shaped imprint on it. I don't know if its an egg but I't going to refer to it as the "egg imprint". As you can see the outline of the egg is dark, and then the inside is a lighter brown. The rock is really hard but the place where the actual egg
  13. cowgirl

    Could This Be A Fossil Egg?

    Howdy from Texas...........I've had this a long time. As far as i can remember, it was found in the 50's in south Texas. But, i may be wrong. The outside feels like what a chicken egg feels like, even looks like it.
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