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  1. Yesterday (9-11-2021) I went to the Denver fossil show. It was my first time going and I really enjoyed it. Most of the show was minerals and gems and jewelry however there were quite a few fossils. Unfortunately, most were Moroccan. There were some Pleistocene fossils, Meg teeth, USA Dino material and a few other things. Well might as well start with the photos. Let’s start with the few mineral pictures i took. Next up the Moroccan material which dominated the fossils present.
  2. So my wife has a business trip coming up in Sept. I'm going with her and want stuff to do on the few days she's at the office there. End of the week we are hitting up some museum places around Morrison. I'm also thinking of hitting up the Florissant Fossil Quarry, because that's at least one place I can go and find something myself. I mean I'm certainly going to buy a few fossils on the trip because well why not. So there are a few things I'll visit without her just because I don't mind the hikes. I'd kind of like to find a few things myself and I know absolutely nothi
  3. HamptonsDoc

    Denver Show 2021

    Has anyone heard anything about this year's Denver show? I haven't been in 5 years and am planning on attending this year.
  4. In Colorado there is a formation called the Dawson Formation also known as the Dawson Arkose Formation. The most common fossil by far is petrified wood and although I haven’t found any vertebrate fossils from dinosaurs and mammals have been found. It covers a relatively large time span from late Cretaceous to early Eocene, about 70-54 million years old. A member that has also found fossils in this formation, Blake @FossilDudeCO. Although it has been over three years since he was on his posts have still helped. He said that further south is Eocene but higher north in Parker and Aurora is Cretac
  5. aper

    Plant or mineral?

    Hello friends, I found this odd rock while looking in petrified wood areas near east Denver. I'm still not sure of the exact formation. The texture is very smooth, almost creamy. Its coloration is like marbled beef. Close inspection shows it is densely packed with very tiny white spires that seem to have some kind of hollow structure. Grass? Coral? Minerals? The hollows look almost vascular but I might be imaging things. The width of each white streak is <1mm so I couldn't get a measuring tool in the zoomed pic. Hope these are of some interest. Thank you for any thoughts.
  6. yardrockpaleo

    Calling all Petrified wood experts

    Hello everyone, Merry Christmas! I have a few hunks of petrified wood I want confirmed, all three were found in the Denver area. I'm expecting that they're just all different examples of agatized petrified wood, but I want to make sure. The first two have been in my backyard since we moved here, the third my uncle found in his yard and gave to us. My question is, if they're all agatized petrified wood, how come they all look so different? Thanks in advance for any help you can provide!
  7. Hey everyone! Is anyone going to attend the Denver Mineral and Fossil show this September? It runs from 11-19 September. Now that I live relatively close I want to try to go this year. I would like to meet any of you amazing people if possible there.
  8. Oxytropidoceras

    Dinosaurs Excavated in Denver, Colorado.

    Dig continues after crew finds dinosaur fossils at Highlands Ranch construction site, Kieran Nicholson, Denver post, May 22, 2019 https://www.denverpost.com/2019/05/21/highlands-ranch-fossils-found-construction/ Construction crews dig up dinosaur fossils in Highlands Ranch Robert Garrison, Denver Channel, May 20, 2019 https://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/local-news/construction-crews-dig-up-dinosaur-fossils-in-highlands-ranch Yours, Paul H.
  9. Hello everyone, I will be in Denver in early October, and I was hoping to spend at least one day fossil hunting. Is there anyone here who would be willing to give me some tips. This is my first trip west of the Mississippi River and I probably will not be back for years, or possibly ever, so I obviously won't pick any sites clean. I am a vertebrate guy, so that is what I am hoping to concentrate on. Any help or tips on where to go and what sorts of fossils I can find would be tremendously helpful!
  10. A week from now, I'll be in a plane to Denver, Colorado, and then in a car to be headed to Philmont Scout Ranch. There's a hefty drive between Denver and New Mexico to grind through, and the guy who organized the trek wants to know if there are places along the way we could make stops for 1-2 hours to do something fun. This naturally gave me the idea for fossil hunting, as many of my excursions have been roughly that long, and for the fact that it's out in the west, which is a place known for fossils (correct me if I'm wrong). Having obviously never been to Colorado or New Mexico,
  11. galigator

    Fossil?

    We found this in our back yard. Can anyone here identify this possible fossil? Thanks!
  12. HamptonsDoc

    Denver Show

    I'm flying out to the Denver show on Tuesday, can't wait! What's everyone's impressions of it who has been there so far? What memebers of TFF have booths there?
  13. I found this yesterday in the Cherry Creek greenspace area south of Denver. It looks like a coral fossil to me, but someone suggested it might be bone. It is somewhat porous and has lined tubes running through it. I have previously found some petrified wood in the area and was poking around for some more when I was surprised to stumble on this item. It is about 5" wide, 2" tall and has a rounded, mound shape.
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