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  1. I found this in a creek in middle Tennessee. Is this part of a bone or is it chert? Or maybe it's something else completely. i see a circle on the inside of the tubular shape. there is also a less worn area that makes me think it is fossilized bone. I'm posting pictures with and without a louper. We have ordovician fossils as well as some ice age mammals. One dinosaur was found here, the hadrosaur. Birds, crocodiles, trees, i don't know about whales.
  2. found this in the same creek as my giant petrified burl. Finding things in this creek that don't just crumble is rare. The land I live on is very strange with deep deep slopes and high drop offs in the woods. I recently learned a glacier carved out the land here so thats interesting and explains alot. Can anyone give me their opinions on this peice? It sounds like glass if that helps. Thanks!
  3. jameswhitt

    Tortoise shell?

    I found this while backpacking in Arkansas. I thought it may be a tortoise shell?
  4. VeniceMom

    Fresh Ammonite Fossil

    We actually found this about 1.5 years ago, just before moving to Florida. (Moved here a year ago). My son got it while he was at my parent's house in the outskirts of east DFW (we lived in north DFW, they lived in east DFW - we both relocated to FL). Their area was well known for dinosaur bones and the likes, which is super crazy lol!! Common to dig them up in yards while doing fences and whatnot. Anyway - my stepdad took my son to the cul-de-sac (2 houses down), one day where they were starting to build more houses. Kiddo wanted to check out the dirt & rock piles... He ended findi
  5. Hello all, I have a question about fossil fragment souvenirs sold in various gift shops. Does anyone have information on who/what company distributes them? I bought one not too long ago, and from the tag I can’t gather much on the company or location other than being made in USA. I know an ID is impossible, and am just trying to find a possible formation of origin. The only thing I could find is Google searching 1586b and having it possibly be from Utah. Thanks as always!
  6. I know I'm not the only one that doesn't live near good fossil deposits, which means that i'm not the only one that has to buy or trade fossils from time to time to build the collection. I thought it would be fun to have an ongoing thread to share our latest great score that we didn't personally find in nature, a thread to share your latest fossil purchase or trade. Let's see what you found at the local fossil show, online or anywhere else other than in the ground.
  7. Yesterday (9-11-2021) I went to the Denver fossil show. It was my first time going and I really enjoyed it. Most of the show was minerals and gems and jewelry however there were quite a few fossils. Unfortunately, most were Moroccan. There were some Pleistocene fossils, Meg teeth, USA Dino material and a few other things. Well might as well start with the photos. Let’s start with the few mineral pictures i took. Next up the Moroccan material which dominated the fossils present.
  8. Hi everyone this is Matt again. Take a look at this oval shaped crinoid fossil that I found and polished ! Here are 2 photos :
  9. Found this bone fragment after a storm in folly beach sc. And help identifying what animal it came from is much appreciated.
  10. Top Trilo

    Top Trilo’s drawings

    Decided I would make a thread with my drawings, recently I decided to draw trilobites that are not necessarily proportional and I didn’t spend too much time on these just wanted them to be life size and recognizable, so far I have 19, I took ideas from @Kane trilobite drawings and @rew trilobite collection. I will add to this thread as I draw more fossils not only trilobites. You may not be able to read the labels partly from camera quality and mostly from my handwriting.
  11. SeaJay

    crustacean dactylus? Jaw bone?

    My mom found this on the beach in Wilmington North Carolina while hunting for shells. I've done some image searches online and my best guess is that its a dactylus or pincher from some type of large crustacean or crab. The piece is approximately 6 inches long. My parents thought it could be a jaw bone of some type of sea creature. Any help or best guesses would be appreciated!
  12. Dear all, would like to know if the following crab fossil is genuine before I purchase it. Have appended 2 videos in this post. I’m aware there are quite a few fake carvings marketed as genuine fossils, but I’m not sure if this specimen is a real fossil or a carving, as it appears legitimate due to the intact matrix. Would like to know what the experts think. Thanks very much! IMG_7149.MP4 IMG_7148.MP4
  13. Hey everyone! I have found an amazing looking skull truly remarkable and wanted to hear what you think about it, does it have any restorations? Thanks!
  14. kathrynjenine

    Help identify

    Any ideas on what kind of fish this is? Where it's from or any information would be appreciated
  15. Mike_363

    Help identifying

    These two rocks were found in East Texas, mostly Eocene. Property is on Carrizo-Wilcox aquifer. Dry land in wooded area. I've read some about how hematite is formed so I guess this is normal to see a shell and what I think is matrix? Is the shell a print or a shell? Idea of age? Then there's the tubes in the second rock. Is that what those are? Thanks so much for any help.
  16. Kennethlocklear

    Any ideas on what this is

    I found this while looking through my driveway rocks cause my kids were finding quartz crystals, then I found this. Any ideas?
  17. Hi, My name is Satoshi. I want to study Spinosaurus fossils. I think this fossil is not fake and high quality. What do you think, guys? Please help. Thank you very much.
  18. Hey guys! I have found this great looking Placoderm head fossil and would love to hear what you think. Is it real? Thanks!
  19. Sofyar

    Crotalocephalina - 1

    From the album: Trilobites

    A beautiful flying Crotalocephalina Trilobite 8.9cm (3.5 inches) long
  20. Sofyar

    Crotalocephalina - 1

    From the album: Trilobites

    A beautiful flying Crotalocephalina Trilobite 8.9cm (3.5 inches) long
  21. Sofyar

    Zilchovaspis - 1

    From the album: Trilobites

    A nice 8cm (3.15 inch) Zilchovaspis Trilobite
  22. Sofyar

    Zilchovaspis - 1

    From the album: Trilobites

    A nice 8cm (3.15 inch) Zilchovaspis Trilobite
  23. Sofyar

    Zilchovaspis - 1

    From the album: Trilobites

    A nice 8cm (3.15 inch) Zilchovaspis Trilobite
  24. Sofyar

    Zilchovaspis - 1

    From the album: Trilobites

    A nice 8cm (3.15 inch) Zilchovaspis Trilobite
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