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  1. Kikokuryu

    Crocodylus or Gavialis tooth?

    I had a question about the ID of croc teeth from the Solo River, Java, Indonesia. While the bigger tooth is more easily identifiable as Crocodylus siamensis (syn. Crocodylus ossifragus) just on the size and shape, I was unsure about the smaller one. Croc teeth from the Pleistocene deposits (not sure what formation it's called) are usually just sold as Crocodylus ossifragus, but Gavialis bengawanicus also appears to have been present. The smaller tooth does have prominent fluting, but I'm not sure if that's even a distinguishing feature. I haven't really seen a whole lot of Crocodyl
  2. Hi, is this real? Recently I've bought a megalodon tooth but I didn't get a authenticity document and I have no experience in fossils. Can you help me please? 10-15 mil years, 12.1 cm, Miocene age
  3. Below are some of the slabs/slices/limb casts of petrified wood from my collection. I'll post more pieces in latter replies. I especially like very colorful pieces and unusual pieces like Teredo bored pieces or pieces with fungus. I have hundreds of close-up pictures. If you would like to see close-up pictures of a particular piece, reply to this post with the number/numbers. If you want to see close-up pictures of some of the petrified wood pieces from this thread, check out my TFF thread at the below link: 1 Petrified Wood botryoidal agate go
  4. Aquired a big megalodon tooth who seemed to have certain deformation/pathology to a certain extent. However, it looks like serrations has started to split off in two directions? I'm not familiar with this at all. Anyone who is more familiar with megalodon and shark teeth that can help?
  5. Stephen burge

    Tiger Tooth identification

    Hi everyone I’m looking for a ID on this tiger tooth bought from Indonesia, it comes from Java island Solo. Possibly from which extinct tiger.
  6. Hi just wondering what this shell might be that is in the matrix of my Indonesian (Java) Meg tooth. @IsaacTheFossilManmight have an idea?
  7. Hey guys! So I was thinking of possibly buying an Indo Meg - seller says it’s 5.6”, there’s some damage to one of the sides, which makes me think it’s legit, but the root also looks a little strange, so I wanted to ask here what you guys think!
  8. 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
  9. A friend has just shown me these and wanted to know if i could help on an id but i was stuck so have to ask you guys and girls. They were said to be found in marine deposits where sharks teeth are found but this is not 100% confirmed. he just tinks they are some kind of mammal claw but something does not look quite right has anyone else got any ideas ? there are 2 , photos are not great but hope you can help. Looking at the photos again they look a little like crab claw pincers but they are far bigger than any of the crabs found in the area....
  10. This has me stumped, Its fram Java Indonesia, it came in a lot with some small shark teeth, fish teeth and sting ray barb... i assume its fish related? looks like to small tusk like pertrusions, other guess was turtle related, would be great to hear from anyone thats seen anything like this before. Thanks
  11. Before buying, I want to know what I'm getting. It is an Indonesian tooth with the root. I'm wondering if it has been repaired or restored. What do you think?
  12. MarcoX

    mammal teeth indonesia

    Got them from Java Indonesia. The seller claimed they are "tiger" teeth. Can someone tell me more about them? Bigger one is 4cm smaller around 3cm.
  13. A few days ago I arranged some megalodon tooth fossils in my collection in a row according to their size. I found two black teeth that were noticeably different in shape from the other brown ones, their long sides and thickness were almost equal, but the short sides were noticeably more curved and the crowns were more slender. I'm wondering if it's because they are belong to individuals of different genders? Or maybe the black teeth belonged to a different species, because according to photos of the excavation site, the black formation was below the brown formation. Besides,
  14. 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.
  15. 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
  16. 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.
  17. 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 ?
  18. Hey every, Just acquired this. I have looked with no luck on the identity. A little over 2 inches in diameter.
  19. 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.
  20. MarcoX

    Indonesia Mammal tooth

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

    Mystery Java Fossil - Croc? *HELP*

    Hi Guys, This one had me absolutely stumped. Found in Java, Indonesia.
  22. 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?
  23. 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
  24. 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?
  25. Bought a "partial Stegodon tooth" a while back. Originally from Indonesia. Does it look legitimate, and does it look like Stegodon at all?
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