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  1. Hello. I found these on a Croatian island - they don't strike me as one of their regular Jurassic finds, as it appears to be more inside a fault of petrified red soil amidst the abundant limestone. They look kinda "new". Can anyone tell me what they are? I found them on two locations. Not a geologist, so no idea. Whale and other large marine life bones? Polished by the sea? After some seizmic event?
  2. todor.dbk

    New fossil ID, Croatia ..?

    Could this be a snail? I can't say much more about this, except that I photographed it on the rocks on the coastal belt by the sea, Dubrovnik, Croatia, I think our rocks are of Cretaceous age.. So, thanks in advance !
  3. Hello everyone, I am your member since yesterday and this is my second post. I wonder if you can help me with identification? I think these are the shells of some molluscs.. I live in Dubrovnik, Croatia and our rocks are extremely rich in these fossils, but I don't know which ones they are? Our rocks here are mostly white limestones of Cretaceous age, and as far as I've seen online, the rudists, which are abundant here, don't have a two-part shell, like this creature? It seems so to me. Thanks everyone in advance ! And what do you think, should I try to dissolve them
  4. Hello, I found this on a beach along Croatian coast and was unlike any of the surrounding rocks/geology. It's symmetrical and submarine-shaped. I'm wondering if it's a fossil v. a natural formation. Any information is greatly appreciated!
  5. Hi, I am new to this forum, so please excuse my total ignorance on the topic of fossils. I have always loved them, but don’t know much about them. I am currently staying in Dubrovnik, Croatia, and found some weird looking stones with dotted patterns. I am aware that this could just be a bunch of random dots, but it looks like a creature of some sort, in my opinion. One of them looks like it has legs as well. Does anyone know what this could be? Thanks!
  6. Antonjo

    Cretaceous plant ID, Croatia

    Hello, I found these two plants in platy limestones on Dec.19.2021. in Bojići, near Trogir, Croatia. Geology is late cretaceous-turonian. Can they be identified tro some degree? Thanks
  7. Antonjo

    Fish fossil ID? Croatia

    Hello, I found this fossil near Trogir Croatia, Oct.2021. It was in layered limestones, from cretaceous period. Could it be determined to some degree? Thank you,
  8. Antonjo

    ID please, Trogir, Croatia

    Found it near Trogir, Croatia, karst terrain, what couldit be? about 7 cm long Thanks!
  9. Eva-Luna

    Fossil found in Dubrovnik

    Hi guys! I'm new here so i'm not really familiar with the way this works, but i sure want to try! On my last vacation, my boyfriend found me this fossil and i tried to look up what kind of fossil this is. Sadly, i couldn't find anything about it so i wanted to ask you guys! If you have any idea at all, feel free to comment it it would make me very happy! Thanks in advance
  10. bigulica

    Eocene matrix specimens

    Hello guys. I have found this collection of specimens on the matrix on the eocene era site near city of Vrgorac, Republic of Croatia. In my humble opinion, it is quite interesting, considering the number of different species included. In other words, there is really a lot going on So far, I have only identified some kind of solitary coral (picture 2 and 3) and several species of nummulites (pictures 4,5 and 6). I would greatly appreciate any help with identification of other specimens. Thank you in advance.
  11. bigulica

    Eocene solitary corals

    Hello guys, As a begginer in the world of fossil hunting, I would appreciate your help with identification of several coral specimens I have found in the eocene era fossil site near the town of Vrgorac, Republic of Croatia. My guess, at least for the first specimen (first 4 photos), is that it represent some kind of Pattalophyllia, whilst for the others I honestly have no idea. Also, the last specimen (last 3 photos), looks like some kind of horn coral, which is weird, considering the fact that they went extinct during Permian and especially because it wa
  12. bigulica

    Eocene era stromatolite

    Hi guys. As a begginer in the world of fossil hunting, I would very much apppreciate your opinion about this specimen. It was found in the eocene era site, near the town of Vrgorac, Republic of Croatia and I presume it is some kind of stromatolite. Thank you in advance.
  13. bigulica

    Eocene era stromatolite 2

    Hello guys. Recently I have posted couple of pictures of possible stromatolites specimen I have found. I visited the same location today and I have found a couple of more specimens which look like some kind of stromatolites. Any help would be appreciated.
  14. Antonjo

    Please ID?

    Found on sep. 26. 2020 in Split Croatia, on marl site, and I don't have idea what it could be? Appreciate your suggestions, Thanks
  15. Antonjo

    Echinoid ID

    Found recently in Split, Croatia, near Adriatic sea, on hill called Marjan Location If someone can tell the species? Thanks
  16. Antonjo

    Oyster maybe?

    Found today in Split, Croatia Is it some shell? It is about 30 cm long (about 12 inches)
  17. Antonjo

    Coral or..?

    Found today in Split, Croatia, what can it be? Thanks
  18. Shyamon

    Saurid Skull, Croatian Coast

    Hello Sorry I'm new I just registered to find some answers Yesterday while searching for some fossilized clams or marine stuff I came across this little beauty. It's about 7 cm wide and some 5 cm high. I found it at the Dalmatian Coast in Croatia. Anybody knows what it could be? And, what do I do with it now? Do I carry it to a museum? Kind regards
  19. Cukue

    Funky stone from Croatia

    Found this at seashore in Vir, Croatia (Northern Dalmatia), the stone is about 10cm on the longest side. Thought it'd be some fossils (because I got no clue about fossils) but now it looks more like a regular stone embedded with some softer pebbles that crumbled away with time (probably because of sea currents). Could anybody confirm that?
  20. Napoleon North

    Żuliana Croatia fossil

    Hi It this fossil schell? Location:Sea, Żuliana ,Croatia .
  21. Found this in the water on the beach in Omiš, Croatia. There are three prominant dark curved lines across one of the surfaces. Dont know if its just a rock or if its something else?
  22. Alice K

    Possibly a fossil? In limestone

    So I took a small rock from Vojak peak of Ucka (Uchka) mountain in Croatia. Later I noticed interesting (well, it's interesting to me, since I know close to nothing about fossils) shape on it. I wonder is it a fossil at all and if it is, what was it fossilized there? The rock is limestone: http://www.pp-ucka.hr/en/natural-heritage/geology/ I would appreciate your help in identifying it.
  23. amcnary

    Small fossil?

    So I found this little thing at a beach in Northern Croatia (Rijeka) a couple of years ago. It was a rocky beach: no sand just pebbles. Can anyone tell me what it is?
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