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  1. Hi TFF, Last week the GF and I went for the holy trio (geological wise ), the turonian, cenomanian and albian. It's simply amazing that in a relatively short stretch of cliffs you can find all three. Driving our way there it seemed like the UK also had some decent weather that day as it was quite visible. We first hit the turonian. On the way there you can find santonian(?) deposits which produce some nice flint urchins. I'm usually looking for big ammonites like lewesiceras or mammites. Only two small examples were found that we did not take home. In
  2. Last weekend was an extended weekend and good weather forecast, that means a few field trips to the French coast for us The first trip was Friday, we got there early in the morning and planned to hunt the Turonian part of the coast. There was a lot of sand on the beaches so we didn’t find much, but quality is better than quantity and Natalie scored 2! Ptychodus teeth. I only found an ammonite that proved to be incomplete after extracting it :/ and a flint echinoid on the way back to the car. On Monday we tried our luck in the Cenomanian and Albian part of the site. Again lots o
  3. Euhoplites

    Short chalky trip

    Hi TFF, The other week I went for a quick trip to the beloved chalk at Cap Blanc-Nez in France. I heard that the gault clay (albian) was exposed, since that's my main interest I had to go and see. 'Sadly' it was layer P6 (late albian) which does not provide as much ammonites as earlier layers. In my experience this layer provides quite a lot of fish remains like teeth and small vertebra. Picked up a small lamniform shark tooth. Besides a lot of bivalves (inoceramus) and gasteropods (gyrodes gaultina) there was nothing but that tooth I took home. N
  4. Creek - Don

    Pholadomyida / Slipper clam top view

    Found near Alliance Airport, Highway 170, Denton County
  5. Creek - Don

    Pholadomyida or Slipper Clam side view

    Found near Alliance Airport, Highway 170, Denton County
  6. Creek - Don

    Pholadomyida / Slipper clam Front view

    Found near Alliance Airport, Highway 170, Denton County
  7. Creek - Don

    Pholadomyida / Slipper clam bottom view

    Found near Alliance Airport, Highway 170, Denton County
  8. bthemoose

    Cretalamna borealis shark tooth?

    I picked up the shark tooth below a while back, labeled as Cretalamna borealis. I'm not very familiar with the species--does this ID appear to be correct? The label that came with the tooth says it was found near Stary Oskol, Belgograd Oblast, Russia, and that it's Upper Albian in age from the Kursk Osteolite member of the Seversk Sandstone formation. The tooth measures 38.6 mm along the slant. One of the root corners is missing and there's some hard matrix still cemented to the tooth near the root margin of the lingual side. @ThePhysicist, I think this one might be a D
  9. Notidanodon

    Tulear Ammonite

    Hi guys anyone recognise this Ammonite from Tulear Madagascar? It’s Albian
  10. This is the first description of the first dinosaur fossils in Palestine in the Levant. Which turns out to be a tracksite in Al-Bireh likely belonging to an Ornithopod (Trackway1) and a Theropod (Trackway2) with 6 other trackways also mapped using photogrammetry. The possibilities of some being of a Sauropod is entertained but not considered likely. Also very interestingly it acts as a "how to guide" in identifying track ways with poor morphological features and how to distinguish them from other sediment traces that mimmick track ways. Despite the obviously
  11. erose

    Pycnodontid Jaw Plate

    From the album: Lower Cretaceous Vertebrate Fossils of Central Texas

    Pycnodontid Jaw Plate Lower echinoid marker bed, Unit 2, Lower Member, Glen Rose Formation, Trinity Group Albian (Lower Cretaceous) This is a favorite! I found the two pieces in the same spot TWO YEARS apart. PS they glued back together perfectly.

    © ERose 2021

  12. From the album: Fossil Amber and Copal: Worldwide Localities

    “Teruel Amber” Utrillas, Teruel Province, Spain San Just Outcrop, Maestrat Basin Escucha Fm. (El Regachuelo Mb.) Lower to Middle Albian (~114-106.7 ma) Specimen A: 3.2g / 25x19x13mm Lighting: 140lm LED Entry seven of ten, detailing various rare ambers from European, Asian, and North American localities. In Spain, there are more than 100 localities of amber belonging to the Early Cretaceous, with several new localities having been discovered from 1997-2007; however, many of the occurrences are unconfirmed or were from coal mines that no longer

    © Kaegen Lau

  13. From the album: Fossil Amber and Copal: Worldwide Localities

    “Teruel Amber” Utrillas, Teruel Province, Spain San Just Outcrop, Maestrat Basin Escucha Fm. (El Regachuelo Mb.) Lower to Middle Albian (~114-106.7 ma) Specimen B: 1.7g / 21x17x12mm Lighting: 140lm LED Entry seven of ten, detailing various rare ambers from European, Asian, and North American localities. In Spain, there are more than 100 localities of amber belonging to the Early Cretaceous, with several new localities having been discovered from 1997-2007; however, many of the occurrences are unconfirmed or were from coal mines that no longer

    © Kaegen Lau

  14. From the album: Fossil Amber and Copal: Worldwide Localities

    “Teruel Amber” Utrillas, Teruel Province, Spain San Just Outcrop, Maestrat Basin Escucha Fm. (El Regachuelo Mb.) Lower to Middle Albian (~114-106.7 ma) Specimen A: 3.2g / 25x19x13mm Lighting: Longwave UV Entry seven of ten, detailing various rare ambers from European, Asian, and North American localities. In Spain, there are more than 100 localities of amber belonging to the Early Cretaceous, with several new localities having been discovered from 1997-2007; however, many of the occurrences are unconfirmed or were from coal mines that n

    © Kaegen Lau

  15. From the album: Fossil Amber and Copal: Worldwide Localities

    “Teruel Amber” Utrillas, Teruel Province, Spain San Just Outcrop, Maestrat Basin Escucha Fm. (El Regachuelo Mb.) Lower to Middle Albian (~114-106.7 ma) Specimen B: 1.7g / 21x17x12mm Lighting: Longwave UV Entry seven of ten, detailing various rare ambers from European, Asian, and North American localities. In Spain, there are more than 100 localities of amber belonging to the Early Cretaceous, with several new localities having been discovered from 1997-2007; however, many of the occurrences are unconfirmed or were from coal mines that no lo

    © Kaegen Lau

  16. Hello forum members! With the new Coronavirus raging across the world, I thought it would be nice to start some kind of advent calendar, using my own Squalicorax collection. Everyday I will post one or multiple Squalicorax teeth from one location. Let's see what ends sooner, my collection or the virus outbreak. I will start with the oldest tooth from the Albian substage and end with the teeth from the uppermost substage; the Maastrichtian. The first one is the oldest and also one of the smallest teeth in my collection. Unfortunately it is so sma
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    Undescribed shark species - Australia

    From the album: Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    Undescribed shark from Toolebuc Formation, Australia. Albian in age. This tooth possesses folds along the enamel on both sides of the tooth (hard to see in photos), resembling those on Cretodus.
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    Undescribed shark species - Australia

    From the album: Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    Undescribed shark from Toolebuc Formation, Australia. Albian in age. This tooth possesses folds along the enamel on both sides of the tooth (hard to see in photos), resembling those on Cretodus.
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    Undescribed shark species - Australia

    From the album: Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    Undescribed shark species from Toolebuc Formation, Australia. Albian in age.
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    Undescribed shark species - Australia

    From the album: Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    Undescribed sp. from Toolebuc Formation, Australia. Albian in age.
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    Undescribed shark species - Australia

    From the album: Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    Undescribed species of shark from Toolebuc Formation, Australia. The central fold in the root and shape reminds me of Dallasiella sp. ?
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    Undescribed shark species Australia

    From the album: Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    Undescribed species of shark from Toolebuc Formation, Australia. The central fold in the root and shape reminds me of Dallasiella?.
  23. From the album: Texas Echinoids, ERose

    Probably the best specimen I personally ever found of this elusive species. NOTE: I have since found a complete specimen!
  24. My first Metengonoceras dumbli ammonite at the Walnut formation. Although not complete, I've been searching this species of ammonite for many years. Plenty of Oxy's, but never ever found this one. This one measures around 4.5 inches / 114.3 mm.
  25. bthemoose

    Texas fossil shell

    I'm visiting family in San Antonio, Texas, and have been doing a little fossil hunting as well, including in a nearby creek. Based on a local geologic map, I believe this creek mostly exposes the Edwards Group (Albian age), though there appear to be some younger (Cenomanian age) rocks from the Del Rio Formation mixed in as well, based on an Ilymatogyra arietina shell that I found a couple of days ago. This creek isn't very fossiliferous. In about 3 hours of searching, I've only found a single I. arietina and a few small shell impressions in rocks. However, today, I also found the rock below an
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