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  1. rocket


    From the album: Triassic ammonites

    Diameter approx. 4 cm, middle Triassic, probably Sarajewo-Region, Yugoslavia
  2. rocket

    Paratropites, Bosnia

    From the album: Triassic ammonites

    Paratropites sp., Glamoc, Bosnia. Upper Karnium, Tuval 1 Diameter is approximately 7 cm
  3. Hello all, Found some nice Cretaceous fossils in my area (Limburg). Most of the fossils are between 70.6 and 69.3 million years old. Fossils from the Vijlen Chalk (Vijlen 0-3 and Vijlen 4-6) are approximately between 70.6 and 69 million years old. Including the latest part of the late late Maastrichtian, the age for all late Cretaceous fossils from Limburg is 72-66 mya. -one belemnite phragmocone (Steinkern/internal mold/impression); -one part of a sea urchin spine; -two oysters (small). One Pycnodonte vesicularis (Lamarck, 1806) and one other oyster (same species?); -
  4. Link: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/netherlands-journal-of-geosciences/article/first-report-of-chelonioidea-cf-ctenochelys-from-the-late-cretaceous-of-the-maastrichtian-type-area/2F9C83B052182B5DB2AF792F2AC2F934
  5. I found these on the beach in The Netherlands. I would appreciate if someone would tell me if they are fossils or just rocks and what they are, if fossils. In the case of the sand dollars, I don't know if they are skeletons or fossils. They are hard and I can't break them. Thank you so much!
  6. Hello everyone, I visited a beach in the Netherlands and I collected some things that I thought had the chance to be fossilized. I want to ask if the next specimens in the pictures I will post are fossilized seashells, modern ones, just rocks? And what kind of seashells they are in case they are fossilized. Thank you! I will post them separately in the replies.
  7. Something that has been baffling me for a while is the fate of the European genera of Tyrannosauridae after the Mid Cretaceous. Multiple Tyrannosauridae genera including Proceratosaurus (Tyrannosauridae, England, Great Britain, Middle Jurassic (166 Million Years ago): ironically one of the earliest known Tyrannosauridae from the fossil record currently known), Eotyrannus (Tyrannosauridae, Wessex Formation, Isle of Wight, Early Cretaceous (136.4-125.45 Million Years ago)) and an unnamed Tyrannosauridae genera from Germany (Early Cretaceous (130.0-122.5 Million Years ago)) are known
  8. JakubArmatys

    Pleistocene (?) bone ID

    I found this bone in the river, possibly from Pleistocene (bone color + some kind of subfossil procceses) and what is that? I made a research, and this is smillair to nothing, maybe somebody knows what is that possibly.
  9. Hello again everyone, I received an old collection from a married couple who weren't interested in it anymore. Some of the items were purchased in 1905! They got them from the man's father who was Dutch. Unfortunately, many of the fossils did not come with their labels, and the labels I do have are written in Dutch, and in cursive... I would be grateful for any useful information you can provide (id's, locations, ages, etc.). If the photos aren't clear enough just tell me the number so that I can send a better image. 1.Lots of these brachiopods
  10. Hastalis

    Alopias exigua tooth?

    Hello, this is my very first find of thresher shark tooth over here in southern Slovakia (Lučenec region). Age: early Miocene/Eggenburgian (Central Paratethys). I have made some pictures from different angles to make the identification easier. It looks like Alopias exigua tooth to me., but since this is my first thresher shark I have some doubts... Have compared it to the extant Alopias superciliosus too (looks very similar), but this species appeared later in Middle Miocene, so I have exluded this option... If it is the Alopias exigua, I can add the first thresher
  11. Hey everyone.... Has anyone tried and been successful at shipping a heavy turtle-shaped rock to Europe from the US? This one weighs 90 pounds and the costs I am getting omline all are running about 1000 USD... a bit steep. Any hints? thx jpc
  12. I was told the rib could belong to some Pleistocene horse or a young mammoth. There were also proposals that the vertebra belonged to the steppe bison or the woolly rhinoceros. They both were found in Eastern Lesser Poland. What do you think? Thanks in advance!
  13. Hi all, I am looking for Megalodon partial teeth and/or fragments from the Netherlands and/or Belgium. Trade is possible. Kind regards, Ruben
  14. Mahnmut

    Gastropod? Speleothem? Rudist?

    Hello together, I just remembered an interesting specimen I have had for many years, my uncle gave it to me when I was a kid. Unfortunately I have no information on its origin. It has some structures that may be diagnostic to the right eye though. Some pictures of rudists I recently saw reminded me of its general appearance, but now looking at it again I wonder if it is a big gastropod columella. the reddish middle part marked in black is actually standing out much more than the flashlight-picture shows, with cavities left and right that may have connected behind before being covered
  15. Hello! I have always loved Ptychodus teeth. But where I hunt they are extremely rare. Are there any good sites in Europe that has Cretaceous Ptychodus and or other shark teeth? I have heard something about seine-maritime in France. Regards - Adriano.
  16. I_found_my_first_fossil

    Fossil on the hill.

    Hello, I am Tina and i found my first fossil Would be sooo thankful if someone would help me with the ID. Really have tried but haven't found anything similar. I found it on the hill 45 km from the sea (close) i was at aboout 300 meters high. It was on Slovenian coastside. All three pictures are taken from stones at that place. I'm sorry there is not a scale but i hope you can at least tell me if those are tree branches or some animal... I will try better next time. THANK YOU im so excited
  17. Hi there guys. I know that it will be probably difficult question, but can you give me advice about some EU located tools? Wanted to get one from a vendor, but they are located in the UK, that means extra 100e for the model which I wanted to buy. So I need to find something in here, otherwise government will gladly ask me to pay "fee". Thank you for any advice/answer.
  18. Hello everyone!)) Need help of paleontologists and paleoichthyologists with identification of eocene shark teeth from Russia. I'm not professional, just a fan and rooky, so I choose possible species options for every tooth, according to books and scientific publications which I have. Hope I make right something at least. Be glad and thankful if somebody will help me figure it out)).
  19. ...especially Europe - North America. I read very often here on the forum about the high costs of sending parcels from the US to Europe. I am very interested in the real price of that. In the different direction, the price for sending parcels, for example, from Austria to North America is: Up to 2 kg: Euro 25.29,- Up to 4 kg: Euro 37.64,- Up to 10 kg: Euro 71.64,- These are the prices of the federal postal service (www.post.at). At the moment, you have to multiply the Euro with about 1.13 to get the price in USD. Would someone
  20. I went to the Zandmotor recently while visiting The Netherlands and wanted some clarity on some of my finds. I found a number of shells, two fish vertebrae, and two different mammalian bone fragments. This, however, is all I can make of any of them, and would appreciate more specific ID's if anyone out there knows. The shells should be middle Pleistocene (if they're not actually recent shells lol), and everything else (likely) late Pleistocene. Thank you! Fish Verts: Perhaps not fossil-- Baltic Macoma? Not sure about this eithe
  21. LordTrilobite

    My Woolly Rhino 2018

    It has been a few years since I posted an update on my woolly rhino composite skeleton. Due to regulation change, not a whole lot of bones are fished out of the North Sea these days. So I haven't gotten many new bones in recent years. But last week I got a whole bunch of extra bones so I got the rhino out of the many boxes I have it stored in for the most time and so it's time for another progress update. For those who've missed my previous posts. I have been collecting wooly rhino (coelodonta antiquitatis) bones for over a decade now ever since I got a few leg bones for my birthda
  22. Show some love to the elephant family. for example, I recently added these 2 lovely partly Mammoth Jaws to my personal collection! I'm in love with it and so happy!
  23. wintrbird89

    Found in Belgium

    I found them in a gravel in Belgium
  24. I found them in a gravel in Kortenberg, Belgium.
  25. Greetings! I deal in decor (house/office), and have requests on mamonth tusks from clients in the USA, Canada and some European countries. My question is - is it generally legal to import pieces of mamonth tusk to the above mentioned countries? (not big once, small pieced which can fit on a desk/table). Will be very grateful for any information on this matter! Thank you, Mark.
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