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  1. Hello everyone, greetings and a big hug. I have already been reviewing the entire section for a few days. Is it real? and something caught my attention. In some specific cases of certain fossils they recommended using UV light to see if the fossil is real. (got the part about real fossils glowing while fake parts or the entire fake or painted fossil don't) The coolest example was of a crustacean in the genus Aeger where someone posted one that was completely fake and didn't glow at all UV light (obviously being a paint). I have a couple of questions about it. -Can this be do
  2. ftlcgi

    Is it from a horse?

    Can somebody help me identify this? I have this bad scan of a fossil found near the river, it seems like a horse jaw, or a Megaloceros Here is where i found it This is a tooth that came out Nearby on the same river bank i found lots of fossil bones from Mammuthus meridionalis, Megaloceras, a bovine scull and i donated them to the museum, here is a photo with some of the bones on display in the Bucharest Geology museum.
  3. DatFossilBoy

    Madagascar dinosaur teeth ID needed

    Hey Guys, My friend has these 5 Madagascar dinosaur teeth from an old collection that he wants to ID. They’re all from the Jurassic Isalo III formation. Thanks for all the help!!! Here are some pictures and sizes: Left tooth 14mm Middle 15mm Right 16mm
  4. Gareth_

    Gerastos Trilobite?

    Hey all I picked up this trilobite really cheap from a seller I trust but I've seen him make mistakes before so I'll get the opinions from experts here! Is the ID correct? Can you spot any repairs? Under UV there is something at the back of the trilobite, I can also spot a crack in the matrix so it might be a splodge of glue. Based on the price I paid, I assume these are really common.... or did I find a diamond in the rough or the preservation just isn't as good as some others in this genus? Seller said Gerastos 360 million years old Morocco
  5. Tommy boy

    Help identify Wisconsin fossil

    I found this interesting piece the other day and am looking for help determining what it is. To me it looks like a frog in the mouth of a snake. I appreciate any and all input on this. Thank you
  6. JTab0125

    Help identifying these pieces

    Need help identifying these fossils. They were found on beach in North Florida. Only 2 in my collection I cant seem to figure out. Help is appreciated! The 1st one is oval shaped and has to 2 close holes in the center of one side. flipped over the holes are on the outside of the circle. it is small so its hard to see in photo. The 2nd one I have found quite a few of these. (the one in my hand) They get from this size to about as large as a dime. The have a long pointed ridge down the center of it, and the underside kind of bowls inward.
  7. I’m lost on this one. It’s stone/fossilized with what appears to be a bone type interior. Found in Venice, Florida while snorkeling. Any help is appreciate.
  8. Hello, Now this is a partial, but I am hopeful someone can recognise it. It is supposedly carcharodontosaurid from Laos. I am guessing that could make it Siamraptor, since Gres Superiors has the same species as the Khok Kruat. Unfortunately, a partial tooth. And no serrations on mesial, which I guess hinders the identification. But I am hoping the base and what remains may be enough? Or would labelling it as "unidentified theropod" more more appropriate than carcharodontosaurid? Thanks
  9. I know I'm not the only one that doesn't live near good fossil deposits, which means that i'm not the only one that has to buy or trade fossils from time to time to build the collection. I thought it would be fun to have an ongoing thread to share our latest great score that we didn't personally find in nature, a thread to share your latest fossil purchase or trade. Let's see what you found at the local fossil show, online or anywhere else other than in the ground.
  10. Alexander D.G

    What is this material?

    Hi everyone, Collected this one quite a few years ago and have always been curious about its odd material and color. It's quite smooth and does not look like any of the other fossils I found there. So i'm curious if anybody knows what this material is and perhaps how it is formed. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  11. Rayleighshock

    Possible Tooth From Denton County Texas

    I found this suspected tooth in the Grayson formation in Denton County 3 weeks ago. I have no clue on this one. What do you think?
  12. VickyRenee

    Does anyone know what this might be?

    Another one of my rocks that has an imprint of something. Found in Northwest Missouri near Grand River. Any ideas? It's about 5" x 4" x 1.5". Pic with flash and 2 without flash.
  13. JWfossils123

    Wisconsin Trilobites?

    Hey all! I'm new to this site, but I've been interested in fossils all my life. I kind of joined this forum on a whim since I've been doing a lot of internet surfing recently. I'm on a quest of sorts to try and find any trilobite remains in my state, (I live in Green Bay, WI) but I'm not having much luck. I've been all over the internet looking for any known collecting sites in Wisconsin. I'm well aware of places like Fossil Park in Sylvania, Ohio, and I'd absolutely love to have a chance to visit Penn-Dixie in northwest New York, but I don't really have the time, so I've been trying to f
  14. The title says it all! Let's see all of you guys' favourite fossil of the week! Try to keep it to one per week per user, but, hey, some fossils are worth screaming about! They can belong to you, or anyone else! Feel free to have a nice small lecture to us about this week's coolest prehistoric creature, and teach us all the ins and outs! Lotsa pictures will go down a treat... I look forward to seeing you guys' best!
  15. Dblackston

    Niobrara Chalk Trip

    Hello all! I managed to secure access to some private land in Gove County somewhere near to Monument rocks. The peoperty has plenty of the chalk canyon type outcrops to explore and I couldn't be happier! I won't make it out there this summer but hope to next summer. I had a few questions that I hoped you all could help with, or point me in the right direction before I head out there. One, I know that the chalk is notoriously difficult to determine stratigraphy in. The chalk I have access to is both higher than and lower than the capstone on Mon
  16. jodiewil

    Wabash River find

    Hello, I found this fossil this weekend on the bank of the Wabash River. Anyone have any ideas what it is? It was about the size of a dinner plate. Thank you.
  17. Illu

    Big brook fossil id

    Found both of these at big brook but have no idea what they are. Any help is appreciated.
  18. haanderson09

    Fossil or rock

    Help us please my son found this in a creek in Missouri and it has porous holes and sticks to tongue like bone but not sure if it’s a fossil or bone. Any help is greatly appreciated!
  19. Cartoonfossil

    This coprolites ?

    Age: Morrison Formation, Jurassic Location: Colorado, USA Size: 54 x 44 x 29mm Coprolite
  20. BradT

    Is this a fish?

    Hi everyone, my son found a very cool fossil today which I think is a fish but wondered what others think? thanks Brad
  21. Hi everyone! I'm new to fossil hunting and I found a few interesting rocks underneath Sea Cliff Bridge near Wollongong in Australia. There was a lot of coal in the area for context. I will attach some photos of the rocks I found, I'm particularly interested in the small white (quartz??) lines intersecting the black part of the stone. Any help would be hugely appreciated! Thanks
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