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  1. Hiya everyone I’m just about to purchase this fossil fish and was wanting advice on its species and if it’s real thanks in advance
  2. Is there a youtube video of how this is prepared to use on a fossil? I have one in particular i want to use it on to preserve better. Of course im a total newb to this so i want to know the do's and dont's before i even attempt it.
  3. Today while at the beach with the kids I came across this amongst the stones. I know that it's a shark tooth but that's all I know as much help as possible would be fantastic to identify it please. Location Gosport, Hampshire UK I have a few more pictures if needed. Many thanks in Advance
  4. I have seen these sheets on google that show fossils from locations so u can id the species i have alot of fossils from one location in sweden from the ordovician period ( not sure if i spelled it right) but Nothing comes up where can u get them do i buy them or print them out? Not really sure what topic to choose i hope its the right topic for this
  5. I was wondering if anyone here has insurance coverage on their fossils? Especially the more pricey ones? How does one go about getting that?
  6. Jurassicz

    Are these discolorations?

    So i forgot to take the limestone inside it was in paper and the other one flint it was black but not anymore the flint i cleaned with soap and water it was night time when i did it can i fix it?
  7. Hiya I’ve seen this tooth set up for auction and I’m not sure how much it’s gonna go for but u can make an offer on it I’m not sure if u can talk about prices here or dm me what u guys think my top line should be thanks
  8. Buder

    Edisto Beach Tips?

    I am going to be heading down to Edisto Beach in South Carolina and I was wondering if anyone has any tips for finding fossils there? I know what to look for regarding shark teeth, but this will be my first time hunting ice age fossils, so even help on just identifying ice age fossils will be great! Thanks in advance!
  9. Kiros

    Help me identify this jaw

    Hello everyone, someone offered me this partial jaw. Clearly it was found in the Guangzhou province and should come from Taiwan. By the look of it I think it's a hyena or hyena like animal. But I can't decide if it's an adcrocuta jaw or a Dinocrocuca jaw. What are you opinion? Can anyone help me?
  10. Joe_17

    Trilobase help

    For anyone using Trilobase i seemed to have encountered a problem. It might be easily fixable. But when i enter fossils 1 through 9 everything is normal. But when i enter number 10 it seems to keep number 10 in between 1 and 2. Is there any way to keep them in order? I cant simply drag the order in the way i want it.
  11. kyleesalinas

    Unknown fossil

    Please help identify and if you can offer any advice on how to safely remove it from the surrounding rock it would be appreciated.
  12. Mr.Waffles

    It's definitely a..thing?

    Look guys I have a... well its definitely a something? Is it a plant, the top of a crinoid, a broken tooth, a really tiny volcano??? No idea. And as a bonus I have no idea where it came from either. It was given to me ages when I was a kid. So if you've got any ideas on what the heck it might be, I'd love to hear 'em! Thanks!
  13. Hiya recently started collecting this year and my collection is starting to build up looking for ideas for inexpensive ways to bulk my collection out a little if anyone could help it would be appreciated thanks in advance
  14. Candelyn

    Sea Bug? Sponge? Jellyfish?

    I found this fossil as a child on my grandfather's ranch near Snowflake, AZ. Would love to have some help IDing it. Thank you!
  15. Hi all , Completely new to this site but hoping to learn from others. I found this today and was hoping for more information ? I can't work out how to add a side photo. Thanks in advance, Rosie
  16. I use this site https://mrdata.usgs.gov/geology/state/map-us.html#search-results to see what formations my collecting sites are in. But, due to my lack of knowledge (?) it only helps so much. When I click on the map at the collection site location I get this type of data : Record ID Name Comment OHOdl;0 Drakes, Whitewater and Liberty Formations, Undivided Ordovician OHOgm;0 Grant Lake and Fairview Formations, Miamitown Shale, Undivided Ordovician
  17. Hello. I'm working on organizing my collection and was wondering if anyone could help me with some identifications. Thanks for any help. I don't have any info on this one. I think it is a Mucrospirifer brachiopod. Can someone confirm this? Help with the species name would be appreciated. Thanks. These are crinoid stems. I don't have any further information. Does anyone know the species, where they came from, or the approximate age? Thanks. I think this is a dolphin tooth. It was found on the Ernst Ranch in Bakersfield, California. Can a
  18. Hi I've found a keichousaurus specimen that looks pretty good, just wanna check here if it's actually authentic!
  19. vanbar

    1st fossil find need info

    Hello This is the frist fossil I have found and need help with it. Can see what appears to be a skull bone and feather in prints. Found in Ontario. Thanks for looking.
  20. JBohn28

    New member ID Request

    Hello all, new here and looking to ID a few pieces I have. Any assistance is much appreciated. All found at Caspersen/Venice, FL a few years ago. #1 #2 #3
  21. T. nepaeolicus

    Algae Removal

    I have a few specimens that I recently collected from a river. The best are covered in dried algae that needs removal. Does anyone know how to remove the algae?
  22. Markmaynard

    Need help with this

    Hi all. Found this digging in my garden. Fossil or just an interesting rock?
  23. Hello all, I've been lurking here for about a month. I found something I can't identify for sure... I was told it looks like a fossilized turtle shell? I was wondering if anyone could provide me with any specifics.. thank you
  24. Molot

    Not identified lot

    Hello Sorry to say but i dont have experience in fossiles. Anyone able to identify these have all my thanks. I live in a mining town in Serbia. I was hiking and i stumbled upon a strange stone. It was the bottom one. I took a look around soon i found two more, the one above it and the one to the right. Those 3 pieces were the outer layer that fell of from the one on the left. The one on the top is different from all. Not far from there i found two more. The left one On this picture it reminds me of a big pepper cut in half since it has that colorin
  25. Hi Everyone, I'm very new to fossil hunting and was considering going down to Cory's Lane in RI as it's only about 40 minutes from me. I scoped the place out on Google Maps and have some questions for anyone that's hunted there. Do you need a permit to fossil collect in RI? It looks like you can't collect in state parks, but I don't think this area is a state park. I'm actually not even sure if it's town property or private? Google wasn't much help and I'm not really sure which department it would fall under to go through state websites. Are people actually
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