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  1. FF7_Yuffie

    Partial foot/limb - frog?

    Hello, any thoughts on this? It is a slab measuring 12 cm x 9 cm with three partial limbs/foot fossils on. The largest foot measures 4 cm, then the longer limb bone heading right 5 cm. At first I thought it could be a frog--but the circled, possible partial dew claw throws me. I am not aware of frogs having a dew claw. Which makes me think it's a type of bird. Hope the pics are ok--seller (doesnt have the fossil on hand) is gonna try and get more, but the collector is away. It is from China --Jehol Biota, JianChang,
  2. 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
  3. ConnorR

    Amber Inclusion

    I found this amber inclusion for sale, and my first impression is that it looks like some kind of mammal tail. Maybe it's a plant?
  4. G00dfella4024

    Fossils? Virginia. Help please

    I found this while digging in my garden. Could someone help me and let me know if they can identify it. It looks like a three toed something possibly. This was the only green colored “rock” around. What do you think??
  5. After a year and a half of searching followed by 6 months of time and effort related to buying, packing, moving, unpacking, and selling, Tammy and I are finally translocated to the Gainesville, FL area and out of South Florida. Hopefully, we'll have less hurricanes to deal with and significantly less year-round yard work to tend to. I'm leaving the riding lawn mower behind and hope to do less weeding and yard work in the new house. We specifically looked for a house without a lot of grass to mow and our house has only a narrow strip adjoining our neighbor's lawn. Our neighbor's son owns a lawn
  6. Hi there. I am brand new to this hobby and have been making some purchases on online but I am concerned about authenticity. Here are some pics of fossils I am considering. Does anybody see any obvious issues? I know it is impossible to say for sure if they are genuine from a few pics but any pointers would be much appreciated!
  7. I am thinking of buying these 2 frog specimens from “Jiamusi” in China, do they look real or are they fake?
  8. Scylla

    Frozen Frog Fossil

    I mean the fossil is frozen, not the frog. 40 million year old frog fossil found on the Antarctic Peninsula shows Antarctica was warm enough for frogs at that time. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.sciencenews.org/article/first-frog-fossil-antarctica-found-ancient-climate/amp
  9. Hello, I was offered a couple of fossils and this is the second one to the previous keichousaurus post. It’s a fossil frog, genus Liaobatracus, from early Cretaceous, Yixian formation, Liaoning province, China, exported in the 80s. 20 cm. Any ideas whether it’s a genuine piece. These are the best photos I was able to get. Best wishes
  10. This looks too clean to be real, especially considering all the frog fossils I see are of bones only. If this isn't a natural formation, how in the heck was this done? Cause it looks like real rock at the very least to me, and the negative impression itself does look natural(the edges of the frog features look weathered), apart from the incredible detail. Sorry if this is obviously fake, I don't think I've ever looked at more than a couple fossils in my entire life :/
  11. https://www.fairfieldsuntimes.com/arts_and_entertainment/rare-frog-fossil-sheds-light-on-a-gap-in-arizona/article_66eef788-7600-11e9-a337-7bf47cc48d8b.html
  12. Hello. Now finally I wait my keichousaurus when come to me. I see Branchiosaurus - it is same very very want. I watched a lot of material. And about all of this quality. I want to know if I should buy it?
  13. Iron concretion ? look like frog - must see Hi all there, I want share this beautifull concretion...I know concretions have many faces, this its really look like stoned frog, or some amphibian. Look at this.... What you think about it ?
  14. Kimrenben

    Looks like frog eggs to me

    My son found this while playing in the creek. He has took after my mom and myself, we love going places for the sole purpose of finding unique rocks and fossils. This one has us stumped. I have to admit I’m not very experienced at all, I know the simple basics of typical fossils and rocks found around here but we can’t figure this one out. I think it looks like frog eggs or some type of flower or seed pod maybe. Any help would be much appreciated. We’re pretty excited to see what it is
  15. D.N.FossilmanLithuania

    Please confirm frog omosternum fossil in matrix

    Dear Guys, I recently found the triangle bone in dolomite erratic of Varena town, South Lithuania, it is 4 mm length. It has the wider growths in the lower sides and straight blunt bony growth in the top. The dolomite also has poorly visible calcified lenses (maybe oncolites?). The erratic is typical to Triassic arid conditions and should belong to Late Triassic epoch because frogs from Early Triassic are found only in Madagascar island. Here is the link in frog omosternum: http://scienceblogs.com/tetrapodzoology/2010/08/27/blombergs-toad-and-buddies/
  16. Crazyhen

    Chinese Frog ID

    This specimen comes from Liaoning, China. It seems very well preserved. Is it a Dalianbatrachus mengi?
  17. D.N.FossilmanLithuania

    Late Cretaceous small tetrapods found in Lithuania

    Dear Guys, I made the pictures of possible big discovery in Late Cretaceous erratics of Lithuania. There are some frog bones in flints (ilium, urostyle, tibiofibula, scapula), snake pieces (tibiofibula like of Tetrapodophis! and one thin scale), and toothed birs upper and lower jaw fossils. If you could confirm these finds, it will be the first further my article in scientific magazine and I wish it will be successful. There will be some posts, please review the pictures and tell what do you think. At first, I will show you frog remains. Best Rega
  18. It is a callobrochatus frog fossil
  19. From the album: Vertebrates

    Genibatrachus baoshanensis GAO & CHEN, 2017 Lower Cretaceous Longjiang Formation Taipingqiao village Arun Banner Nei Mongol PRC Will need some dismantling and further prep work
  20. oilshale

    Macropelobates linquensis (YANG, 1977)

    From the album: Vertebrates

    Macropelobates linquensis (YANG, 1977) Middle Miocene Shanwang Shandong PR China Length 3 cm
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