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  1. Hi all! Found in Lansing, NY near Cayuga lake in a drainage wash out but I do not recognize it as a native stone or coming from the formations that I've seen over the past 6 months. I've been on the fence about posting this as I wasn't sure it was a fossil but after getting some decent macro photos, I'm seeing some curious details and I am not sure if this could be a coral or bryozoan colony of some sort or another amazing example of geological wonders. We had major flooding last year, creeks and streams broke their banks, and I found this stuck in a pile of tree trunks 3 feet above the normal
  2. Plantgrogu

    Bryozoan or man made?

    I've been looking at this and the pattern is very intriguing and seems too perfect to come from a masonry mold of some kind. I thought it may be a type of encrusting Bryozoan somewhat similar to some shown by Paul D. Taylora,*, Dennis P. Gordonb. Alcide d’Orbigny’s work on Recent and fossil bryozoans. C. R. Palevol 1 (2002) 533–547. (numbered photo from paper included) I failed to find any that contained a similar repeating rectangular type pattern of zooid aperture so I do not know if it is a bryozoan. Can you point me in the right direction before I spend more hours staring at what mi
  3. Hello! So I found these three fossils and was curious to know about them... one i think is to be a bryozoan branch the tooth i believe to be a cow tooth not sure how old it may be and the last one is a type of small brachiopod its super tiny but again I don't know much about fossils yet but I am ready to learn more ! So if any one knows anything about these fossils that'd be a great help! First 6 pictures are from the riverbed and the last two are from the beach in Lübeck,Germany Thanks!
  4. I recently collected a few fossils from Schoharie County in upstate NY. Among them are the pictured. I am hoping someone can tell me in detail exactly what I have, in as much detail as possible. I apologize in advance, as usual, but I am still learning and am trying to get as mush specific detail as I can. The first was hard to effectively photograph, but appears plant-like. It is hard to make out, but the pattern continues in a circle. I've included two photos, one with my hand for scale. Coral perhaps? The second has several things, but I am interested primarily in the lower right side
  5. Hi everyone! Nice to meet you! I'm a bit of a beach comber and recently stumbled across one of my most unique little finds yet. I found it on the shore of Fire Island in New York exactly as is. The outer crust is delicate and would clearly flake off easily if I scraped it. Otherwise, I nearly confused it for a rock (see the underside) when I was walking by. The barnacles and scallop shell are pretty clear, the rest are a new mystery to me. I posted elsewhere and the leading thought is a layered colony of bryozoans. Before I found this and reached out, I'd n
  6. BuddingPaleo

    Couple of finds

    I think I may have found my first Devonian bryozoan. (From Sylvania, Ohio.) And I also am not sure if these are shell or plant impressions. The rock that I think has the bryozoan has many nifty whatnots to explore, but that pattern immediately caught my eye. I'm not sure if the fan shape on the second rock is plant or shell. And there's a small bit to the left of it that appears to be shell that I haven't started to ID yet. (Pics in second post) Thanks for any help.
  7. Nautiloid

    I.D.

    I found this fossil a while ago and I have never been able to identify it
  8. Hello once again! What follows are pictures of gifts that I recently received for various occasions, and I was hoping to get your input... Specimen #1: One of my colleagues gave me this rock for my birthday. She collected it when she visited the Rocky Mountains (Canadian side) a few years ago. I think it's a bunch of bryozoans - what do you think? Specimen #2: My husband's best friend was at a rock/mineral show (he's a geography/geology teacher) and he picked up this trilobite for me for Christmas. The guy who sold it to him included a card with som
  9. Yair solomon

    Fossil id.

    Hi guys i found this a couple of days ago in israel and i want to identified it. Details: covered in (pretty sure) calcite and it has some spiral shape to it.
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