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  1. STEGOPDON BONE 0.jpg

    From the album MY FOSSIL Collection - Dpaul7

    Stegodon Bone China Pleistocene age (2,588,000 to 11,700 years ago) Stegodon (meaning "roofed tooth" from the Greek words stegein 'to cover' and odous 'tooth', because of the distinctive ridges on the animal's molars) is a genus of the extinct subfamily Stegodontinae of the order Proboscidea. It was assigned to the family Elephantidae (Abel, 1919), but has also been placed in Stegodontidae (R. L. Carroll, 1988). Stegodonts were present from 11.6 mya to late Pleistocene, with unconfirmed records of regional survival until 4,100 years ago. Fossils are found in Asian and African strata dating from the late Miocene. They lived in large parts of Asia, East and Central Africa during the Pleistocene. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Proboscidea Family: †Stegodontidae Genus: †Stegodon
  2. STEGOPDON BONE 0.jpg

    From the album MY FOSSIL Collection - Dpaul7

    Stegodon Bone China Pleistocene age (2,588,000 to 11,700 years ago) Stegodon (meaning "roofed tooth" from the Greek words stegein 'to cover' and odous 'tooth', because of the distinctive ridges on the animal's molars) is a genus of the extinct subfamily Stegodontinae of the order Proboscidea. It was assigned to the family Elephantidae (Abel, 1919), but has also been placed in Stegodontidae (R. L. Carroll, 1988). Stegodonts were present from 11.6 mya to late Pleistocene, with unconfirmed records of regional survival until 4,100 years ago. Fossils are found in Asian and African strata dating from the late Miocene. They lived in large parts of Asia, East and Central Africa during the Pleistocene. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Proboscidea Family: †Stegodontidae Genus: †Stegodon
  3. STEGOPDON BONE 0.jpg

    From the album MY FOSSIL Collection - Dpaul7

    Stegodon Bone China Pleistocene age (2,588,000 to 11,700 years ago) Stegodon (meaning "roofed tooth" from the Greek words stegein 'to cover' and odous 'tooth', because of the distinctive ridges on the animal's molars) is a genus of the extinct subfamily Stegodontinae of the order Proboscidea. It was assigned to the family Elephantidae (Abel, 1919), but has also been placed in Stegodontidae (R. L. Carroll, 1988). Stegodonts were present from 11.6 mya to late Pleistocene, with unconfirmed records of regional survival until 4,100 years ago. Fossils are found in Asian and African strata dating from the late Miocene. They lived in large parts of Asia, East and Central Africa during the Pleistocene. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Proboscidea Family: †Stegodontidae Genus: †Stegodon
  4. STEGOPDON BONE 0.jpg

    From the album MY FOSSIL Collection - Dpaul7

    Stegodon Bone China Pleistocene age (2,588,000 to 11,700 years ago) Stegodon (meaning "roofed tooth" from the Greek words stegein 'to cover' and odous 'tooth', because of the distinctive ridges on the animal's molars) is a genus of the extinct subfamily Stegodontinae of the order Proboscidea. It was assigned to the family Elephantidae (Abel, 1919), but has also been placed in Stegodontidae (R. L. Carroll, 1988). Stegodonts were present from 11.6 mya to late Pleistocene, with unconfirmed records of regional survival until 4,100 years ago. Fossils are found in Asian and African strata dating from the late Miocene. They lived in large parts of Asia, East and Central Africa during the Pleistocene. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Proboscidea Family: †Stegodontidae Genus: †Stegodon
  5. Unidentified fish from Guizhou

    Any idea what kind of fish is this? It is from Guizhou, at the same layer of Keichousaurus. Sorry, that are all the photos I got from the collector.
  6. This fossil is from Guizhou, China. Any idea what is that?
  7. Whose jaw is this?

    hi All, Saw this for sale from China. No additional info. Based upon other items that the buy has for sale, I'd say Miocene or Pleistocene. It's clearly mammal. Looks camel-y to me, but I'm no mammal expert. Any thoughts? thanks!
  8. Any idea what species are these two specimens of bird fossil? And if they are genuine? They are from Liaoning of China.
  9. Any view on whether this psittacosaurus is genuine?
  10. Tung Ping Chau algae fossil?

    Today I visited an island not far from Hong Kong, it was a stunning place with beautiful Geological rock segments. It had beautiful mountains and lovely nature and some of the best variety of corals. It is also the only place in Hong Kong that has fossils. I saw this today on the beach and it looks a lot like algae fossils, I know it is uncommon to find fossils there but is this really a algae fossil? Sorry for if the photos were not good enough.
  11. Dinosaur bone specimen

    Hello its a Dinosaur bone specimen its thought to be a Suspected cranial bone fragments and its from Gansu and age its jurassic period ?
  12. Parayiliangella quadrisulcata

    A new trilobite for my collection I don't think more complete specimens exist.
  13. I'm suspicious of the colour changes, but maybe someone who knows about fake trilobites could weigh in.
  14. Guizhou fish

    Hi, any idea what kind of fish this is? It’s from Xingyi of Guizhou, China.
  15. Good Evening All, I have a question regarding online fossil purchases and how to recognize fakes. Is it safe to assume relatively inexpensive vertebrate fossils (<$500) coming out of China are counterfeits? (See attached example minus identifying information to be in keeping with forum policies) I know extinct hyenas aren't as sexy as dinosaurs or direwolves, but that's like 1-2 orders of magnitude cheaper than most carnivore skulls I've seen while internet window shopping. I also was under the impression China did not allow the export of fossils, but I am admittedly not very well versed in the world of private fossil dealings. It's sort of an academic discussion I guess (somewhat literally and figuratively). I'm a veterinary student and have recently been obsessing over canine evolution because I'm a huge dweeb. Student loans what they are these days I don't think I'll be spending what little beer money I have on canid fossils (also, strictly speaking, hyenas aren't canid fossils anyway), but I'm curious what the community thinks about listings like this. Best, RonG
  16. Nanxiong Dinosaur Eggshell

    I have a large group of dinosaur eggshell fragments from the Nanxiong Formation of China. As they're isolated fragments I know its difficult to narrow them down to any particular oogenus, but I was wondering if it is possible to say anything about them just by surface texture alone? From what I can gather, eggshells with nodes and ridges from this formation would indicate a theropod eggshell, where as the smoother eggshells are more likely herbivour (probably hadrosaur). I've added pictures of each type. I've struggled to find a lot of detail on Nanxiong eggs which isn't behind a paywall, but what I have found is that there are three types of eggs described: Oölithes spheroides Oölithes rugustus Oölithes elongatus From what I can tell, spheroides is the only egg with a smooth shell and is believed to belong to a hadrosaur. The other two have more heavily textured shells and belong to theropods. I'm planning to sell some of these, so just wanted to double check my assumptions are correct. I also thought it'd be good to clarify, as it's hard to find out a great deal about these eggs online.
  17. Pipefish?

    Any idea what kind of fossil it is? It’s from Guizhou, looks like a pipefish or sea snake?
  18. http://www.thejakartapost.com/travel/2018/03/28/asias-longest-cave-has-many-wonders.html
  19. Megapalaeolenus deprati Mansuy, 1912

    From the album Invertebrates

    Megapalaeolenus deprati Mansuy, 1912 Early Cambrian Gaolufang Yunnan China
  20. Insect non det.

    From the album Invertebrates

    Insect non det Upper Jurassic Daohugou Nei Mongol China
  21. At our favorite auction site, new collectors can easily be impressed with a fossil crinoid like this: Even more so as it is a large (470mm X 260mm ), gorgeous fossil for display and highly impressive. So, I am posting this here as a alert to new collectors, who often for being inexperienced, end up believing that a ballot US $ 25 Dollars really can exist... First of all, it's interesting to know that in addition to the seller offers entirely free shipping to the world, it's also important that I explain to you that originally this fossil Crinoid is not white! The problem here is that a strange mass (I highlighted it in pink), is uniting dozens of broken crinoids mounted on a fake matriz plate, as if they were whole crinoids, and to disguise this great puzzle, they simply painted everything in white! And now, problem solved, for hardly a new collector would notice in this small but great detail! Look: Any more problems? Yes! All of these areas that I circled in pink are 100% sculpted by human hands! Look: Now you can compare of Guizhou, what is carved and what is 100% real, which is painted white and the one that has original coloration: I apologize for making your dream evaporate, of placing a Guizhou crinoid next to a Guizhou keichousaurus on your shelf... Do you intend to buy from another seller? No problem! On our favorite auction site there are other vendors who also market Guizhou fossil crinoids! See this one! 100% original coloring, and no sculpture made by human hands here! Look: Beautiful and amazing, is not it? 100% original coloring! But the only problem here is that you are taking to your home a new mosaic puzzle: And under the pretext of "pyritization" and "calcite," you will take entirely free to your home, a strange white mass of glue with something unidentified; But if you also did not like this, no problem, there are more choices of Guizhou crinoids on our favorite auction site: Oooooopppsss! Is gone away this option too! At our favorite auction site you will probably notice that a 100% genuine Guizhou crinoid fossil is nothing perfect, it may not be as gorgeous and complete: But at least now you know the difference between one thing and another thing!
  22. Dinosaur limb?

    Found in Ganzhou, Jiangxi of China. At the same site of some dinosaur eggs, is this a limb of dinosaur? What is the part next to the limb?
  23. This egg is about 8cm long, claimed to be from Ganzhou, Jiangxi of China. Genuine?
  24. Concretion from Guizhou

    This concretion is found from along with sea lily fossil from the Triassic period on the surface substratum in Guizhou. The surface seems to be of a different texture and colour than the general matrix in the area. Is it simply a concretion or if it is part of a fossil?
  25. Reptile fossil from Ganzhou?

    This fossil is dug up from Ganzhou from a construction site. It looks like a reptile of unidentified species in the late Cretaceous period. Sorry, that are all the photos I got from my friend and it's not prepped. Any idea what it is?
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