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  1. hndmarshall

    Coprolite ?

    Found in gravel from the Brazos River ....I got it wet and it was a bit more tacky than other stones that given its odd shape and texture makes me think it may be Coprolite?... well one can hope right?...if its not that then it is some tacky poop looking concretion or normal stone....if it is nothing its another pebble for my garden of look like, could have been but nots.
  2. wintrbird89

    Found in Belgium

    Can someone please help me identify these? I found them in a gravel in Belgium.
  3. cavetrain

    Ammonite: real or replica?

    Hello, fossil friends! I'm a first-time poster to the forum. I've had this little fellow for several years now. I found it hanging out among the gravel decorating an apartment complex in the southwestern United States; Tucson, Arizona, to be specific. I cannot explain why it was there, unless it was somehow ignored as a rock, or discarded by someone who no longer wanted it, but all the same, I was aware of the general shape of an ammonite, and brought it home with me because, well, its spiral was pretty! There are several dry rivers about the area, but I know next to
  4. ZachWatkins

    What could this be? I.d.?

    Found in a gravel pile in Covington county Mississippi. Not sure what it is, help?
  5. ZachWatkins

    Fossil identify?

    Found in south Mississippi? What could it be?
  6. ZachWatkins

    What kind of fossils did I find?

    Found in south Mississippi in a new driveway of gravel. Please help identify
  7. Lee Taylor

    Fossil hunting after rainfall

    Yesterday we had heavy rainfall in Charleston. Rainfall is of course one of the natural elements that erodes the material surrounding fossils. We know that some fossils become exposed to the earths surface due to rain. In Charleston, good areas to search after a hard rain are shores, river edges, creeks, gravel beds, and excavation sites. Dredge piles are also good search areas. There is a particular area on Folly Beach which has a significant amount of dredge material. It would be a good area to search today or tomorrow at low tide. I suggest you search here between 10am and 2pm (low tide). T
  8. DuarteDave

    Possible fossil find. Need ID

    Bottom is the size of a Kennedy Half Dollar. Found in a river bed of the Los Padres Nat'l forest in Southern California. Have found other fossils here in the past. Mostly clam shell fossils. Thanks! Dave
  9. So you know those spots of cobbles and gravel they use for landscaping around the grocer's and such? I found this outside our local Kroger clone here in Nebraska a few years ago...and have been perplexed ever since. Here is a mystery concretion fossil(?) I've been pondering for a long time: Truthfully when I first saw it, I thought meteorite? Botryoidal hematite? Then I flipped it over and thought, "There is no way this should be here." It doesn't make sense. I'm not even certain this is a fossil, but the microscope tells me it very likely is. I have se
  10. Rockwood

    Mastodon tooth fragment ?

    I have been spreading's and shaping some gravel on a road lately. This morning I noticed a few stray stones that needed to be raked away. Seeing that I had just roped down a load of brush over the rake, I decided to just pick the largest few by hand. This caught my eye as I reached for the first one. Am I crazy, or is this a piece of a mastodon tooth ?
  11. Rockwood

    Paleozoic marine

    In a piece of suspected turbidite from a local, Moosehead Lake, Maine gravel pit, I found this small fossil. Most of the formations in the area that have this look seem to be Silurian, but there are also Devonian rocks around. There were pockets of crinoid pieces in the same rock. I guess it could be a tabulate coral, but somehow the look is just wrong. Conularid maybe ?
  12. ajaxkdt

    Another Nola gravel find

    The following pics are of one piece. It’s a small but interesting fossil found in New Orleans gravel. Can anyone ID this? Looks a little different than what I usually come across. Thanks in advance!
  13. ajaxkdt

    Help ID Different Gravel fossils

    I am in New Orleans. All the fossils except the darker brown one came out of a bag of pond rocks from Home Depot. I think they came from a Mexico beach, but I can't guarantee The darker one I found on the bank of the Mississippi river a few miles upstream from New Orleans. Can Anyone tell me the different types I have here?
  14. My daughter and I have been hunting on our gravel path in lockdown, and have found one with almost hair like filaments running the length of it. Any chance if an ID?
  15. Hunterc123

    Ammonite or regular gastropod?

    I hunt fossils in gravel from creeks and the likes. According to the geological survey of similar gravel the age ranges from 200-400 million years ago. I was wondering if you guys could tell me if this was an ammonite or some other sea gastropod. I've found countless other types of fossils but this is the only one like this.
  16. Hunterc123

    Trilobite piece+ others

    I found this piece of gravel a while back with a bunch of crinoids and the pygidium of a trilobite sticking out. Been curious ever since as to what the oval with the ridge running through the center and small hole in the middle is.
  17. hndmarshall

    weird stone

    found this weird stone in a gravel load from the Brazos river west of Houston Texas
  18. These two items were found in a gravel deposit in west central Alabama, US. The larger is a bit over 1 inch long and the smaller about 1/2 inch. Can anyone help me identify what they are?
  19. Cruisaire

    Older gravel pile near Tyler Texas

    Picked up from a gravel pile at the end of a long day assessing groundwater. Marine fish or terrestrial critter? Thanks in advance!
  20. Ratsbaby

    What is this?

    Hello, I'm wondering what the fossils in this rock are. there is a large one surrounded by multiple small ones at different angles within the rock, and the fossils look very mushroom-like, although i may be wrong. The whole rock is around 2.3cm on its longest side, the largest fossil is about 1cm in diameter and the rest are all about 0.5cm or less. found in the gravel of a drive in Skegness, Lincolnshire so it may have come from elsewhere. hope to hear back
  21. Brishen1

    Quartz fossil

    Hi, I found some interesting rocks in some gravel near downtown Indianapolis. Photo with the ruler is in inches, sorry to the rest of the world. Thanks in advance!
  22. cngodles

    Stone Fill Oddities

    These are two stone oddities found in a family gravel bed. I’m not exactly sure who brought the rock or where it’s from. When I need to kill some time, I start picking up pieces and examine them. The gravel bed is in Western PA, so hopefully it’s not more than 300-500 miles from here! Ruler is mm.
  23. Rockwood

    Red algae ?

    Had to bring this one home from the gravel pit just in case. Typical finds are Devonian marine, but volcanics are in the mix too. Any chance it's red algae ?
  24. hndmarshall

    fossil?

    found this in a gravel load from the Brazos river west of Houston Any ideas on what it is?...thank you in advance
  25. Heavy_D

    Possible brachiopod

    Not looking for a full ID, but needing some help. My nephew brought me this piece of gravel containing some flint he found in his driveway, and it looks like on the bottom is a tiny bit of a brachiopod fossil, but I’m not 100% so I wanted to get an opinion here before I told him. Eastern Kentucky region, driveway gravel so I’m not sure of the age/strata or even where it was quarried. Thanks for your time.
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