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  1. I am going to split this open and take pictures of what is found. This is from a fossil bed in Clarkia, ID. These are roughly 15 million years old. This area is has a very different climate than what these fossil plants can survive in. You can also find garnets in this area too, but not in the fossil beds. My husband worked hard on getting this out for me to work on, but since the sun was going down quickly I didn't have enough time to complete the splitting there.
  2. This is estimated at 15 million years, miocene era. A large amount of fossils found in these fossil beds.
  3. jksmithvegas

    Weathered Lava/basalt Fossil - Scallop

    It appears to me that lava flowed over a scallop bed followed by weathering in the surf - i think some mineralization has occured but I cant be positive. Seems a bit rare to me but I don't know anything about it. Any information would be helpful. Could it have come from Hawaii?
  4. Scientists announce a breakthrough in determining life's origin on Earth—and maybe Mars Foundation for Applied Molecular Evolution, June 3, 2022 The open access paper is: Craig A. Jerome, Hyo-Joong Kim, Stephen J. Mojzsis, Steven A. Benner, and Elisa Biondi. Catalytic Synthesis of Polyribonucleic Acid on Prebiotic Rock Glasses Astrobiology. ahead of print http://doi.org/10.1089/ast.2022.0027 Yours, Paul H.
  5. From the album: Fossil Amber and Copal: Worldwide Localities

    Ethiopian Amber Wenchit River Valley North Shewa Zone, Amhara Region, Ethiopia “Tertiary Sediments” (23-16 Ma) Lighting: 140lm LED Longwave UV (365nm) Specimens: Spec. A (Marcasite): 11.2g / 27x20x31mm (in image) Spec. B (Large Yellow): 8.0g / 41x30x20mm Spec. C (Flow Lines): 8.4g / 34x31x20mm

    © Kaegen Lau

  6. drkeithol

    Possible fossilized bone found

    We were looking for Herkimer diamonds on Mount Tzouhalem on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada today. The area we were in had been blasted to make a golf course which never happened, about 10 years ago. It exposed basalt reportedly from the Devonian period, and there's lots of shale with some veins of clay that the Herkimer diamonds are found in. We found this possible fossil just laying amongst the loose shale. It seems to have some characteristics of bone, and is a fair size chunk. Here's the pictures. Any help would be appreciated.
  7. twosonn

    Animal Fossil Femoral Head?

    We found this fossil in our driveway after a delivery of gravel. The delivery was from a rock crushing pit outside of Troy Idaho in layered volcanic ash and basalt. There are some petrified trees in the area of the pit .
  8. noct.strix

    Mystery Arthropod?

    Found on a beach in Scotland. Matrix appears to be volcanic. Any clues?
  9. tgtbt

    a real igneous fossil?

    Greetings Fossil Forum We are here because frankly we really do not know where else to start! Some 50 years ago, while on a semi tropical island... -a somewhat recent (surprisingly thin) lava flow that went across some very shallow water, ran over a large shell. -The lava vaporized the upper part creating an bubble that later broke open to reveal what you see in the photo: -the lower part being preserved somehow with parts of the original shell converted to Basalt, -the rest virgin with sand and small local shells still attached., no Lie! -
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