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  1. Recently bought a 14.25 cm tooth from Indonesia and it cost me half a month's salary. It has a strong smell of rust and a little bit of pyrite filling in bourlette, but I’m not sure if it is real because I never heard about it. Besides, the gap between root and bourlette seems to have been slightly polished. Check with UV light Split edge
  2. Jerrychang

    Fossil vert from Indonesia

    Need some help with identifying this fish vertebrate, can this one be a tuna vert? The size is a little bit more than 4 cm.
  3. Mantelliceras

    Indonesian Tiger Fang

    Hello everyone, I've recently acquired this tooth from Indonesia. The seller mentioned it is a tiger tooth but they don't have more information. Does anyone on the forum know about indonesian fauna from the miocene-pliocene? do you think the tooth is real or fake? Many thanks in advance for your help. Kind regards, A.P
  4. Just acquired this associated fish vertebrate, the size of the rock behind this is about 28 cm, and that site produces a lot of megalodon teeth so I think it’s a Miocene fish. I'm not sure if it's identifiable by the vertebrae alone.
  5. Just acquired this megalodon tooth from Indonesia, it has some kind of etching all over the crown, but both root and the crown are solid, not like most of the land find indo meg. I’m wondering if this tooth is digested ?
  6. Hey every, Just acquired this. I have looked with no luck on the identity. A little over 2 inches in diameter.
  7. From the album: Fossil Amber and Copal: Worldwide Localities

    This specimen weighs 36.0g and measures 65x40x25mm; several small fragments of plant material are contained within its translucent, reddish mass. Originating from the island of Java, this variety of copal is a fairly recent discovery; it is recovered from various soil levels, near to or on the surface of the rainforest floor. Rough specimens usually exhibit a thick, whitish exterior crust; Indonesian red copal is very soft, reacts readily with acetone, and can be scratched with a fingernail.
  8. MarcoX

    Indonesia Mammal tooth

    Got this tooth from indonesia with some megs I bought. Any ideas about the id? Thanks
  9. Bali Shane

    Mystery Java Fossil - Croc? *HELP*

    Hi Guys, This one had me absolutely stumped. Found in Java, Indonesia.
  10. Just received this rhino jaw piece from indonesia and would like to get some opinions if its real and do you seen any repair or resto?
  11. Hi! I found this fossil crab from Indonesia. Miocene-Pliocene. To me it looks really nice. But I have heard of fake fossil crabs from Indonesia. Is it real? Regards
  12. hemipristis

    Indonesian mammal tooth ID requested

    hi all, I purchased a handful of Pliocene shark teeth from Indonesia recently, and the seller included the attached tooth. I'm assuming that it is mammal incisor?. The fauna includes both marine and terrestrial mammal teeth. The enamel preservation is consistent with stegodont and hippo teeth that I have purchased from him. The scale is in cm. Any ideas?
  13. Bought a "partial Stegodon tooth" a while back. Originally from Indonesia. Does it look legitimate, and does it look like Stegodon at all?
  14. Barrelcactusaddict

    Sumatra Blue Amber (Sinamar Fm., ~30 Ma)

    From the album: Fossil Amber and Copal: Worldwide Localities

    4.3g dark, transparent blue amber from West Sumatra. After grinding and polishing, I was surprised to discover that it contains 2 ants and 2 winged ants (possibly wasps); these were a little tricky to photograph, due to the amber's strong fluorescence under 140 lumen LED light, so these inclusions had to be backlit. I used a Canon EOS 500D, Canon 60mm f/2.8 Macro Lens, and combined 2x and 4x Hoya circular magnifier lenses (8x).

    © Kaegen Lau

  15. I acquired these agatized corals from TFF member John Sacha @Sacha through an “Auction to Support The Forum” a few years ago. I usually only put a high value on fossils/minerals that I collect myself. However, I have always really liked these agatized corals. I recently acquired a UV light to check fossils for the amount of repair and restoration that they might have. Of course I decided to look at a lot of my fossils under the UV light and take some pictures. With these agatized corals the UV light pictures are interesting. However, I decided to take pictures in just natural light. To
  16. oilshale

    Whiteia oishii Yabumoto & Brito 2016

    Picture number 3 shows a close up of the scales. Taxonomy according to Yabumoto & Brito, 2016. Yabumoto & Brito 2016, p. 234: "The locality and horizon of the type specimens are not precisely known. Available information is that the locality lies in the area of Noe Bihati, West Timor, Indonesia." Diagnosis in Yabumoto & Brito 2016, p 234: "Whiteia with the following combination of characters: with five to ten sparse long ridges on scales, nine rays (seven anterior long and two posterior short) on the first dorsal fin, pointed denticles on the anterior fin rays of the
  17. I have an old collection. I bought it from a fossil hunter in Java, Indonesia. The Length 20 cm. The Width 10 cm. The Weight 3 kg I don't know if it is a real Rhino Horn Fossil or fake. Please give me some opinion about this.
  18. Hi I got these teeth with some other fossil and i just dont know what they are from. They are Pleistocene I believe going of the other fossils from this area. (Indonesia, Java) Teeth numbered 1 and 2 are crocodilian, i know that much, they are clear to see and still have the serrations down either side... I am not sure if tooth 3 is also crocodilian? but maybe the surface/ details of the tooth has been polished (a real bad habbit they have over there) but teeth 4,5 & 6 are different. Their colours are very different, but again, I'm not sure. I think they have been polished al
  19. Up for trade is this beautiful 4.7” Megalodon tooth from Indonesia. It has repairs to cracks along the middle of the blade but no restoration as far as I can tell. There is a very tiny patch of fill on the back side smaller than a dime. I am open to all trade offers. This tooth has some of the best colors you’ll see on a tooth and has razor serrations and tip. It even has some sea shells imbedded in the root
  20. Please let me know if you think this tooth has no repairs or restorations? It's being advertised as not. Seems to have none, but please see images. Seems to be a beauty, 5.75 inch upper principal anterior from Indonesia. Thanks in advance.
  21. Haravex

    Crab abdomen prep help

    So I'm prepping this crab I got from Indonesia but the bottom is looking a little weird one part of it looks like a piece is flipped over is that possible? Also it's very very fragile.
  22. 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
  23. MarcoX

    trinil tiger

    Just received this three glued teeth from java. They were sold a trinil tiger teeth. Can someone confirm this?
  24. 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
  25. 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?
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