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  1. Just received this polished stegodon tusk from indonesia and would like to get some opinions about it. never had any issues with this seller. But who knows. Its around 60cm and 7-8kg
  2. MarcoX

    trinil tiger

    Just received this three glued teeth from java. They were sold a trinil tiger teeth. Can someone confirm this?
  3. Dear All, I just wanted to make you all aware, (to my detriment) , some recent experiences I've has with purchasing Megalodon Teeth from Indonesia. This is not a name and shame post, simply my experiences with a 'grey area'. I've purchased many teeth recently and most are 100% A ok. However, the dealers are fully aware of the value realized from 5.5 inch plus teeth and this has resulted in a swathe of monster teeth being offered to the market. Now, I'm an idiot and need no reminding, but I fell for this trick about a month ago. The seller seemed genuine enoug
  4. I`m new to colllecting mammal fossils and thinking about buiyng this tusk. The seller said its a mastodon tusk and no the usual stegodon tusk, which seems pretty common. Couldn`t find much information about mastodons from indonesia. So I`m wondering if its real and also how "rare" is it?
  5. Hi just recieved this tooth from Indonesia, really can't work out what its from does anyone know? wolf? cat? other? Thanks so much
  6. MarcoX

    stegodon indonesia

    I just bought 2 partial stegodon jaw`s with some megs from indonesia. Shoud I put something on them to conserve them? Thansk a lot
  7. Fossil Fen

    Lobster Prep Advice

    Hello All, I came across this fossil at a local rock and gem store and I'm having a go at preparing it. Apparently it is from Indonesia and I believe is a Thalassina, although with the spindle like legs I haven't seen anything that looks like an exact match. Here's my question; the fossil is covered with a sticky coarse sandstone, and I'm wondering how much of the matrix I should leave between joints in the tail and between the legs on the main body. I'm not sure if removing too much matrix will just cause the fossil to fall apart, but I suspect it might. Has anyone had
  8. Adie_uk

    unknown Pliocene jaw, indonesia?

    Hi Guys and gals, does anyone know what jaw bone and teeth this belongs too? its upto or around 2million years old and is from java indonesia, found in the same deposits as stegodon, hippo rhino, bison and so on.. i just can't place it, some better photos of the teeth would help but i don't have them yet... many thanks
  9. hemipristis

    Rhino? From Indonesia. ID request

    hafa adai I recently purchased a flat of fossils from a guy I've been buying from in Indonesia (I know a guy... LOL). The ID card with this one said "rhinoceros", Miocene from Java, Indonesia. I have only ever seen rhino molars from there, which this is clearly not. Internet searches for rhino incisors however, yield teeth which are more tusk-like. I'm not really familiar with rhino dentition, so I thought I would appeal for assistance. Is it rhinoceras? thanks!
  10. BellamyBlake

    Indonesian Mammal Fossils

    Hi everyone, I have here two fossils I was offered from Java, Indonesia. The seller does not know what they are. They look like deer antler to me; I'd like to be sure. 8-9 cm each. I'd appreciate any help Thank you, Bellamy
  11. I’ve been offered a good deal on these tusks and i can’t determine if they are real or not from the photos. I can’t seem to see the Schreger lines from the photos. I have mastodon tusk and mammoth tusk that I know is real because I found it, but this is a bit of a head scratcher for me. Does anyone who is familiar with identifying ivory from photos have a clue? Thank you!
  12. Was about thinking to add an Indonesian tooth to the collection. But asked myself if this one is repaired or not? Any comments I'd appreciate
  13. I have here 3 Indonesian Megs. They were declared as no repairs or restorations. I now have them in person, and they look fine. I ran them under a UV, and I am suspicious of the dark spots on the roots, but I think that may be some of the top layer of the root leftover while the rest of the root eroded. Additionally, the second tooth may have some restoration to the left side of the serrations, near the base of the crown. I'd love some more eyes on this please, does anyone see any red flags? Thank you, Bellamy First Megalodon
  14. BellamyBlake

    Stabilizing Indonesian Matrix

    Hi, I have an Indonesian Meg on matrix. I didn't expect the matrix to be so soft. It's chipping. Is there any way to stabilize it? I was thinking coating it in an Elmers and water mix.
  15. I have here a 5.7" Indonesian Megalodon. I don't see any red flags for repairs or restorations but more eyes on this would be lovely. Anyone see anything I may have missed? Thank you, Bellamy
  16. The root on the black tooth seems too perfect. Maybe I’m wrong? Thoughts? Indonesia of course. Any red flags on the second tooth? Also Indonesia. thanks for the help
  17. BellamyBlake

    Indonesian Fossils

    I have a few fossils from the Miocene of Cidolog, West Java, Indonesia, and I'm not sure what they are. I've ruled out sharks and crocodile teeth. Here are photographs of just one such find; the others look very similar so if this can be identified, I'll be able to identify the rest too. It's 1/2" long. My best guess is pufferfish mouthplate. Thank you, Bellamy
  18. A few more Indonesian megs here I’m looking into. I’m mostly concerned about the roots and cementum areas. any major restorations you are seeing? I love the colors of the blades and just want to make sure I’m not getting hosed on anything fake. Thanks so much for all your input and expertise .
  19. I'm interested in petrified wood for both the scientific value (wood where the cell structure is well preserved) and for the aesthetic value (mineralized with vivid colors and crystal shapes). Below are two petrified wood slabs from my collection. Black (carbon) and White (silica) Slab: Below are some close-up pictures taken with my digital microscope that show the wood structure in this black and white petrified slab: continued in next reply Marco Sr.
  20. Those dark lines sure look odd and the cusps nice and Pointy make me wonder. I’m assuming they’re heavily restored, but was curious about your thoughts. thanks everyone
  21. Below are pictures of Miocene agatized/silicified coral pieces from Indonesia. Unpolished white coral piece (1.3 kg 135mm x 105mm x 65mm) Unpolished yellow agatized coral piece (.5 kg 50mm x 80mm x 80mm ) 14 polished black coral pieces (largest: 342 grams 120mm x 50mm x 40mm Smallest: 70 grams 73mm x 40mm x 3to 17mm ) Note t
  22. I have here a Meg tooth, around 6", that has been repaired. No restorations have been declared, but I wanted to make sure there were no red flags. Does there appear to be any restorations on this tooth? Thank you, Bellamy
  23. This is supposed to be a Xantho (Lophoxanthus) Scaberrimus from West Java,Indonesia. It looks blatantly fake to me (no articulations on the chelae!?) - or, do such "carving like" fossils actually exist? Several are being on offer now on that auction site, which is doubly suspicious. Thanks in advance
  24. Hello i got this large megalodon offerd to me I know there are a large number of teeth with restaurations from there. So any advice on this one . The rooth look strange to me Thanks
  25. BellamyBlake

    Great White - Indonesia

    I have here an alleged Carcharodon carcharias tooth from the Pliocene of Surabaya, West Java, Indonesia. It's 1.8 cm in length. I have my suspicions because it looks wide like a Meg. I'd like some further opinions. Thank you, Bellamy
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