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  1. Fosslized2023

    Other Items found

    I want to thank all of you for your time and knowledge. This is a great site. I have these other items I found at the river. Any information you can give me would be greatly appreciated.
  2. Callahan

    Fossilized skin?

    Found some weird textured rock and some shark teeth where I found big vertebrae which k believe is in woodbine formation. any ideas if this is skin etc? more than likely just fossilized cracked mud. but thought I would see. I found shark teeth in immediate area also. think someone posted on here the teeth I found pretty much with this patterned rock or fossil were saw tooth shark.
  3. Maytizl

    Possible fossils

    Hello my 9 year old son loves finding unique rocks, fossils, bones, etc. Can anyone tell me if these are any types of fossils? We’re located in Ruidoso, NM, our property has a lot of sandstone in some areas. Thanks
  4. TNicko73

    Unknown fossil found on on beach

    We had a big storm on the Pacific coast of Baja California Mexico and there are a lot of fossils and native American artifacts that were exposed due to beach erosion , and I was hoping I could have some help ID some of the items. Fossilized: Eggs, crab, shells,bones, wood? This one is the one I can't figure out at all, it very heavy
  5. I'm working with Dr David Campbell on possible fossils found associated with the Murphy Marble Fm in Western North Carolina. In 1973. Don Hathaway was logging cores at the Nantahala Limestone Quarry when he found what looked to be organic remains in a couple of cores cut into the Murphy Marble Fm. The age of the Murphy Marble is enigmatic, because of the lack of fossils in it, and it doesn't have the minerals that could be used to determine radiometric ages. The metamorphic grade of the marble and associated formations are garnet to staurolite grade. It's believed that these units were metamor
  6. Hi Everyone, Hoping to have some help finding out what these are (appreciate that some these will probably just be some random rock or stone). First picture is just the results from a couple of times going around the rocks or beach at the Warren, Folkestone which I don’t think is terrible for not really knowing what we are doing! The up close ones i’m not entirely sure what they are if anything at all! Also for reference thats a 2p coin don’t think that its obvious to see. any thing else can help you help me let me know and tha
  7. AgateJaspercat


    Can shells become agate? They are very opaque. There are a few different examples I found outside of Payson AZ on a pull out by hwy 87
  8. BellaLikesRocks

    Beach finds

    Found these rocks on the beach today, (one I found in the grass on the way there so not technically at the beach) what do you think? Anything interesting? found them in Ystad, south of Sweden.
  9. Amanda074

    Help with fossils.

    Hi I'm New here & New To Fossil hunting. I'm not sure if I have found any fossils yet but I have 2 piece I would like to get some opinions on if they are indeed fossils. FYI I live in Macon Georgia. Both of these to me look like part of a reptile of some sorts head. I would really appreciate it anything anyone could tell me even if it's that it's just a plain rock as my husband says. Thank you so much for your time.
  10. Mart1980

    Any idea what kind of vertebra?

    Any idea what kind of vertebra? I no more information about this item. Hope somebody can tell more about it.
  11. V1100km

    Id help for a newbie

    Hey y’all. What are these, how old could they be? These were found in the Pflugerville area of Travis County central Texas. 6”/150mm scale next to them for reference. Any insight would be appreciated, TIA!!
  12. Megalodoodle

    Stuff from Lost River, WV

    So I went to Lost River, WV (Needmore formation) during the fall. I just recently found time to go through the material some more, set up photos, edit, etc. Brachiopod impression? As with the other brachiopods, I’m hoping for genus-level identification. Brachiopod. Any ID’s on its genus? This… Thing. I’m guessing its a brachiopod. But I could also see it being the eye of a trilobite. This brachiopod flaked right off the matrix! Any ideas as to what genus it belongs to? Hmmmm this was clearer
  13. Found this on the West end of Galveston Island. Was wondering if anyone could identify or possibly tell me how old it is? Thanks
  14. JoeBader

    ID please? Rock or fossil?

    Hello. Can anyone tell if this is a rock formation or a possible fossil? Found in Mount Lebanon, Lebanon. Thank you.
  15. Gary Stradling

    Chert or fossils or both?

    These come from limestone quarries in central Iowa, near Springville, which appear as crushed gravel for roadbeds. My sister picks these up on her walks and wonders if these are the result of volcanism, or fossils, or what? My friend and fellow fieldtripper Kent Budge gives the following explanation, but suggested that we post here to get the insights of real experts. “These are chert nodules that are formed by microscopic plankton called radiolarians, which are little microorganisms that pull silica out of sea water to make their shells, less than 1/16”. They can pull a lot of silica
  16. schwankeeed

    What the.. ?!?

    I think I've discovered fossils. Super Interested in finding out what they are, but absolutely no idea where to begin or how. Please help!!!
  17. Both found in southwest missouri, the larger rock for some reason makes me think of a tooth so I wonder if it could be a piece of a tooth from some huge type of extinct animal but I don't know maybe it's just a rock? The smaller rock made me think ARTIFACT and man made but because the smaller indentions are smooth but the center circular spot is more rough like broken off from something.....actually after just looking it over again I'm pretty sure it's an artifact but I don't know what it was? Or what it was used for? Any help identifying these 2 objects would be greatly ap
  18. ReikiEFX

    What is This?

  19. Katelyn123

    Are these from slugs and worms ?

    Hey guys! Are these markings from slugs and worms? This rock was found in alabama near a lake . Thank you.
  20. please help with these 4 rocks/ fossils I have no idea what any of these are.
  21. MoRockHunter


    I was picking through a few of my rocks and decided I would pull these out and ask y'all if you could identify any of them as teeth? And if yes what did they belong to?
  22. Rowboater

    Rapp beach

    Among other stuff (not many shark teeth) found a few puzzling pieces. Picked up what I though was a piece of turtle shell, but now think it might be a broken geode with black crystals? The second could also be a rock, it is solid too, but has roughly parallel columns, a few trucated, a few lost. Any ideas? (sorry for the scanner photos, not as flat as small teeth)
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