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Found this fossil in a gravel pit. Paleozoic. Never found anything like this.
SilurianSalamander posted a topic in Fossil ID
Went to the local gravel pit. Walked away with this gorgeous gastropod and a beautiful bryozoan in jasper. Will be returning
SilurianSalamander posted a topic in Fossil Hunting Trips
pls help ID Maine Find: Fossil Or Just Weirdy Concretion
MyGodMagma posted a topic in Fossil IDInteresting gravel pit find in Monticello, Maine (Aroostook county, slightly north of Houlton - NE Maine). This specific area is identified as “Ordoclavian-Silurian marine sandstone and slate“ on the FEMA Simplified Bedrock Geologic Map Of Maine, and the north branch of the Meduxnekeag River passes through this small town. I’d be very appreciative for ANY information anyone can glean about this find from the photos and information I’ve provided. Thanks always for your time and consideration. ~caroline
Last one I promise
ZinaBeth posted a topic in Fossil IDIs it a bone? Found near the other one that looks like bone in Cheboygan Michigan.
Swear this is not a hoax.
FossilDiggin posted a topic in Fossil IDA customer of mine got into a conversation about fossil hunting. The old timer found this antler in a gravel pit in 1960 while working. I assure you it's real plus he has zero sense of humor so I'm sure he's not pulling my leg. I've tried to research what it could possibly be but have had no luck. I told him I would give it the ol college try to ID it for him... any thoughts?
can anyone ID these?
hmrbri posted a topic in Fossil IDHello everyone, these are a few of the many fossils we've collected in a cut of exposed gravel near the Moose Jaw river. I've never seen ones like these before and couldn't find any info on the interweb. any idea what i'm looking at? brian