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  1. Dandelion_Sidhe

    Animal Long Bone?

    Hi. So, I have a couple of pieces of animal bone that I cannot identify - I feel like I should know what they are but just can't quite put my finger on it. They were located in Lincolnshire, England, and I'm after the type of bone they are and possibly the animal - although large (cattle sized), medium (sheep sized) or small (rabbit sized) would also work for what I need them for. I will post each individual bone in a separate post to make it easier to identify. This one is approximately 122mm long. I think it's a long bone, but can't identify the actual bon
  2. Dandelion_Sidhe

    Animal Bone Identification - please help!

    Hi. So, I have a couple of pieces of animal bone that I cannot identify - I feel like I should know what they are but just can't quite put my finger on it. They were located in Lincolnshire, England, and I'm after the type of bone they are and possibly the animal - although large (cattle sized), medium (sheep sized) or small (rabbit sized) would also work for what I need them for. I will post each individual bone in a separate post to make it easier to identify. This is approximately an inch long. Ignore the writing on the side as bone marking is to make sur
  3. Dandelion_Sidhe

    Possible animal rib?

    Hi. So, I have a couple of pieces of animal bone that I cannot identify - I feel like I should know what they are but just can't quite put my finger on it. They were located in Lincolnshire, England, and I'm after the type of bone they are and possibly the animal - although large (cattle sized), medium (sheep sized) or small (rabbit sized) would also work for what I need them for. I will post each individual bone in a separate post to make it easier to identify. This one is approximately 74mm long. I initially thought it could be a rib, but now I'm unsure.
  4. Dandelion_Sidhe

    Animal bone - please help with ID

    Hi. So, I have a couple of pieces of animal bone that I cannot identify - I feel like I should know what they are but just can't quite put my finger on it. They were located in Lincolnshire, England, and I'm after the type of bone they are and possibly the animal - although large (cattle sized), medium (sheep sized) or small (rabbit sized) would also work for what I need them for. I will post each individual bone in a separate post to make it easier to identify. This one is approximately 45mm long. Please forgive the photos being taken in two different locat
  5. Found these two rocks earlier in Big Creek by my place in Iron Co. MO. they look as though they are made up almost entirely of tiny plant & animal fossils. Each rock is about 6"x4"x2".
  6. These are found among river stones that yield a lot of crinoid fragments and worm traces. Any idea would be appreciated as the leaf-shapes are funky!!
  7. Karelv

    What is this?

    I found this is Spain, Huesca. Can anyone tell me what I found please? Karel
  8. pwoodfan

    nebulous fossil

    Strange fossil. Found in wash south of Santa Fe, NM. P-wood in area. It is a heavy crystal rock with many swirls and whirls. Might be a coral. But just can't tell. An enigma---
  9. This is my first fossil bone find. It was found near the mussleshell river in Montana. More specifically Roundup MT. It appears to be some sort of a whale bone fossil. I'm not sure? Any suggestions?
  10. I found what looks to be a large dinosaur fossil fragment with bite marks of some sort on it. What type of animal would this be? And what caused these marks?
  11. Dimitar

    Plant or Animal - Ordivician

    Please advise what type of animal is this: it could be a trilobite, brachiopod or plant-animal. N.2 N.3 N.4 - this is most likely a small trilobite ( 1 cm) N.5 N.6 N.7 -left side segment N.8 - here I put some oil on this segment for better visibility
  12. Mr.Waffles

    A Very Tiny Mystery

    Hello wonderful fossil-people! If you and you're gang enjoy solving a groovy mystery, I have a post for you! This rock was found in an area of Northern Arizona that is very well know for producing lots and lots of bryozoan, brachiopod, and crinoid fossils, as well as crystals and geodes. The bit of rock in question was found in the side of what appears to be a broken geode. There is a triangular fragment of stone that does not match the material surrounding it. There is also a white discoloration encompassing the triangle that I've highlighted in green on one of the photos below. The colo
  13. MOGARDE

    Possible Bison Vertebrae

    I found this on a sandbar along the Missouri River, and in the State of Missouri, and was wanting to get confirmation on if it is a bison vertebrae.
  14. Shane McGrath

    ID Help

    Need help identifying this. Some say it's a regular rock formation. Others insist that it's a petrified bone. "Distal phalange" from a large animal was one person's guess. It's about 3 inches long. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
  15. Wingman

    Identerfiying this fossil

    Another fossil my son found.not sure if its plant or animal. It also looks to contain gold in the middle, well so he hopes:)
  16. GangoftheUnicorn

    An item with an XRF for a possible ID

    Hi, my name is Nathalie, I'm the owner of the attached item. I have no idea what it is and have been looking for a long time for some ideas on the subject. It was in Tibet at some point, but cannot be originated from that country with certainty, it could be from anywhere really. There is also an XRF (Tibet.xls) of the item attached a friend in my family did in case it helps (sommet-1.jpg). I am a total noob on the fossil field and wondering if any of you has seen anything related so I can start research and understand what it is. On one of the visuals, I have isolated
  17. Danzka

    What's that - plant or animal?

    My little son ist asking. It's limestone or flint. I'm not sure. Found at the beach, Baltic Sea. Plant or animal (or else)? Thank you!
  18. Mr.Waffles

    It's definitely a..thing?

    Look guys I have a... well its definitely a something? Is it a plant, the top of a crinoid, a broken tooth, a really tiny volcano??? No idea. And as a bonus I have no idea where it came from either. It was given to me ages when I was a kid. So if you've got any ideas on what the heck it might be, I'd love to hear 'em! Thanks!
  19. STEVE JONES

    Found on beach at Seaham

    Hello and thanks for letting me join ,i live in Yorkshires have access to some very nice areas for collecting .My wife and i collect seaglass and go to Seaham near Sunderland quite often .We comb the beach and are mainly focused on the beach area for tiny pieces of glass ,however to anyone who knows this area it has a lot of stones and rocks ,at the hide tide/seawall area ,the rocks can be 7/8 feet deep and that's for very long lengh. So that's the area ,and occasionally i do find an interesting pebble ,but generally nothing Fossil wise . The enclosed pictures are of a Fossil i found a
  20. Lishayit

    Tooth ID required

    Hi, I found this tooth in my garden around 15 or so years ago. I am based in England, West Midlands, we live in a town no where near countryside. I assume it is a cows tooth, can anyone confirm or provide any other info?
  21. lebaz03

    My big old fish

    The fossil forum members identified this fish years ago but I lost that information due to a computer crash. I can remember they thought it came from Brazil? and had an age attached to it. I found it at an estate sale in Racine WI. in the basement of the house. The owner said it had been in that corner when he purchased the house and was more than happy for me to take it out of his way. I think it is very interesting but would like more information. Thank you
  22. Ruger9a

    Plant or animal ID request

    I purchased a clump of rocks from a seller stating "rocks from NY fossil beds". I prepped the "rocks" and found some trilobite pieces and this. Is this a plant or animal?
  23. This is a small collection I have for my granddaughter for when she gets older. I’m limited to getting my fossils from antique shops or online except for the arrowheads. What would be something else to pick up for her that’s maybe in a different time frame or different then what I have. My budget it limited only getting one check a month so can’t spend a fortune. Ideas??
  24. Went Canoeing with a friend of mine this weekend and came across of the following on a sandbar. Any idea on what we found? Cow/Bison/Horse? Can send more photos if needed. Thanks in advance for your help.
  25. Just found a fist-sized fossil rock on a beach in Santa Barbara of California, USA. Please help ID the fossil.
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