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  1. Callahan

    E05ED5C2-5EE8-431B-A164-A3CC5C20127D

    From the album: 39 years exploring Texas

    Another side of hematite club
  2. Callahan

    8C3ABB95-845B-411E-B46F-F6AA13FF4203

    From the album: 39 years exploring Texas

    Polished side of hematite club
  3. Callahan

    E7A1C265-D33F-45E1-9734-B8DC755605EA

    From the album: 39 years exploring Texas

    Prob hematite maybe meteor that has polishing and drill marks for paint I imagine. One of 2 prices I have of this material. Rare in tx
  4. Callahan

    D621B661-14FF-4960-BF86-C6AEE630DEFF

    From the album: 39 years exploring Texas

    Hematite club and used as paint rock also. Favorite tool found. Hematite very rare around here.
  5. Brandy Cole

    Partial Gomphothere Molar?

    Had some productive hunting and found this in a gravel bar. I'm hoping I've found my first gomphothere or mastodon tooth! Or at least a part of one. I've looked at several threads about differentiating them, but I still had a hard time identifying this for certain. Am I headed in the right direction or could it be something else? It does look smaller than I would have expected. Any help is greatly appreciated.
  6. Crusty_Crab

    Anyone recognize this Ammonite?

    I purchased several of these inexpensively as giveaways for children. The dealer was somewhat clueless as to the origin. I don't normally buy fossils but I assume they are commonly offered for sale since they were so cheap. Does anyone recognize where these are from and any other bits of information? They seem relatively heavy, almost like hematite replacement. Picture of a representative example:
  7. 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
  8. Liparoceras

    Hematite Ammonites from Morocco

    The label supplied with these says they are from the Cretaceous, from the Atlas Mountains in Morocco. They appear to be preserved with Hematite. The squares are 0.5"x0.5" (roughly 1.3cm²). If more pics are needed for an Id I'll get them for you.
  9. Ailanna

    Mystery Goniatites from Morocco

    I recently bought some small hematized goniatites from Morocco. They are each under 25mm and fully hematized. The two on the right look to be the same species, while the left specimen is wider in girth and has simpler sutures. They are probably too worn to have distinctive keels, but I've posted a photo of the keels anyway. Any thoughts on identification? I wasn't able to find a good source online for identifying goniatites to family or genus. Thank you for your help!
  10. Ms Michal

    Is It a Fossil

    I'm almost afraid to show you this one. But, this is the one that started me on my journey into the unknown world of fossils. I found this piece on the land I live on. It was at the bottom of a small hill below me. I'm not good with measurements of land. I'm guessing if I dug straight down from my house may be 10 or 15 feet. I picked it up on the ground which dogs have been running chains over so it may be abit further down. I picked up several different pieces there. Which I will show in another post. Thank you for any help you can give. I forgot to name the area. It's Wilson County not far f
  11. Hi there, guys. I've been learning a lot from you in the past few days and now I got another doubt. Found the following fossil is the auction website and it kept me thinking. Is this fossilized that way? I mean, I do believe they are real fossils, but were they fossilized by pyrite or hematite or were they treated somehow and covered with the mentioned metals? They do look pretty in my opinion, but if they are a result of a natural process (what I don't believe) that is even more amazing!! Just wanna hear your thoughts. Thanks in advance, Juliano
  12. KimTexan

    Hématite or a fossil?

    I found this a few weeks ago in the North Sulfur River and would like to know if it is a fossil of some sort or just hématite or some other iron rich material. There is a fare amount of iron rich material in the NSR, but most of it is smooth and not bumpy like this. I’m inclined to think it’s not a fossil, but would like to confirm before I discard it.
  13. Mediospirifer

    It Was Labeled "hematite After Wood"

    Last month, my husband found this piece labeled "Hematite After Wood Minnesota" at a rock shop. The piece is about 7 cm long by 2 cm wide between the bulges. I have some doubts about the "After Wood" part of this label. The bulges look more botryoidal than barklike, and I don't see any distinctive woodlike structure on the broken ends. I could easily be wrong, though. Here are some better-illuminated pictures: Do I have a really cool mineral replacement fossil here, or a really wild-looking pseudofossil? If the former, I'll include it in my mineral club open house display thi
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