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  1. amaanthawer

    Miami Beach Fossil ID

    Hello and Happy New Year from Miami! I found an interesting rock on the beach a little while back and I can't seem to determine what it is. Since it was found at Miami Beach, it should be Pleistocene Miami Limestone. The specimen is about 3 inches in length. It looks quite similar to an image I found online of a seal humerus: Thank you :)
  2. VyceAroni

    Can anyone identify this fossil?

    Hi! I was out looking around the local area and happen across this fossil. It's anyone able to identify what exactly it is I found? Thanks in advance.
  3. Maria C

    Lake Michigan Fossil

    At first glance, on the beach, I thought this was a pink Petoskey stone / Hexagonaria, but there are no visible bands or gills. Any thoughts?
  4. Maybecatchfire

    Coral Identification please?

    Found these in a central Florida spring, Seminole/Orange County area. Pretty sure they are coral, but haven’t been able to pinpoint the species.
  5. mr fossil

    What is this marine fossil

    Hello i found these fossils on a island/mountain and they where only found at the peak(60 meters) I’m not sure what they are but they are definitely marine and quaternary but I’m I can’t tell what species this is or even what family.it looks very interesting mid anyone has any idea I would greatly appreciate it if you could comment thanks!!
  6. Quitter

    More fossil help

    Unknown origin on Fern like specimen. Found the other 2 in Central Iowa US.
  7. Hey guys! I'm new to the forum and have something neat to share that came from Hockley Valley Ontario. I found a descent sized piece of what I believe is fossiliferous limestone. This was in a clearing on my property near Hockley Village! I had posted it on mindat.org which some kind people had directed me here to help further identify the fossils in it and maybe learn more about this specimen. We deduced that it was likely limestone but with some hard silica in it as it was able to mark glass. The rocks dimensions are 17 × 12.5 × 4.3cm and it weighs roughly a pound (I don't have a precise sca
  8. Found on Manitoulin Island. I believe at Kagawong... but unfortunately, it's been a while and I didn't make any notes at the time.
  9. Not positive about this one. Found today north of Manitoulin, low to middle Bobcaygeon Fm. Despite very common ostracods, this is not a conspicuous cluster of them, methinks. Echinoderm? About 6 cm top to bottom.
  10. 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!
  11. 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---
  12. topatopa

    petrified coral?

    Found at 1000 ft elevation in the coastal foothills of Ventura County, (Southern) California (34.305441, -119.195121). I only brought home and cleaned up 3 small pieces, but they appear to have broken off the larger piece shown (outdoor photo). I stumbled upon this poking up out of the surface soil. I know nothing about fossils but I'm very cuious and am grateful for any help identifying. Thank you.
  13. I found these two stones on a beach on the southern coast of England, and they seem to have fossils embedded in them. I'm not sure what they could be, can someone here help me identify them?
  14. Doggeek

    Is this coral?

    I found this while I was out running the other day - it was near the top of a mountain in Southwest Virginia. Is this a coral fossil? Could the thing on the end be a brachipod fossil? Sorry my measuring tape only had inches, but I figured it was better than nothing!
  15. Servis22

    ID help

    Found in western Oklahoma, was on a well site so could have come from a quarry in northwest Oklahoma. It is very very light. Any identification help would be greatly appreciated.
  16. ttantalo

    Lake Ontario Shoreline

    Found today on the shoreline of Lake Ontario.
  17. Crankyjob21

    What the heck is this?

    I don’t know where it was found or how old was it is. I found it at one of the cave the mounds sleuthing sites in Dane county Wisconsin, its about 3cm long and looks a bit like coral.
  18. Caverat

    Circular Branching fossil

    Could this be a sponge? Note the radial structure and the occasional branching rods. Collected in Missouri, but location and age are unknown. Also, the specimen is sawn to 3/4" thick and the fossil doesn't extend into the sawn area! There is a lot of tiny crinoidal hash in the matrix rock. The light blue grid is one inch.
  19. ajaxkdt

    Another Nola gravel find

    The following pics are of one piece. It’s a small but interesting fossil found in New Orleans gravel. Can anyone ID this? Looks a little different than what I usually come across. Thanks in advance!
  20. HannahN

    Finally, fossils?

    Alright...I think I finally found some fossils! Are any of these identifiable? These were found past Strawberry and Pine on the Mogollon Rim in Northern Arizona. Thanks in advance! #1
  21. Annonymus

    Is this a coral?

    My grandma found this very weird rock with holes in it then gave it to me. I suspect that it may be a coral but i dont know so can anyone help me out?
  22. Yoda

    Help ID

    Hi All, A friend of mine sent me photos of a potential fossil that he has. To me it looks like a potential coral? Or maybe it's geologic? I have no idea what it is. He has no idea where it was collected. Sorry I can't give more info If anyone has any suggestions. Thanks
  23. Sinosauropteryx prima

    Unknown Michigan Fossil - Coral??

    Hello everyone, back again with another request for fossil ID. I found this rock on a small rocky beach in western Michigan, the same location I find a lot of my fossils in. At first glance I thought it may have been a Petoskey stone (Hexagonaria percarinata), but upon closer examination it doesn't really look anything like one. In fact, it doesn't really even look like a coral to me, though I could be wrong. That is my only guess, so it might actually be one. I'm also curious as to the reddish bands that are visible on the side of the rock. If anyone could shed some light, it'd be
  24. This fossil was found in Gotland, Sweden and i have no idea what it is...Maybe a type of coral?
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