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  1. mr fossil

    Nautilus

    Hi i found this nautilus fossil 25 km west of Riyadh. It was a surface fossil and I don’t know when this lived. the geological period is middle late jurrasic but I would like to narrow that down a bit what species is this thanks
  2. grg1109

    Assorted sea shells from the UK

    I purchased some "fossil rocks" from the UK. The darker ones are from the cretaceous greensand of shanklin. The White chalk one is from the Isle of Wight. Thanks Greg
  3. Hello. This is my next mystery. It's been looked at in the precleaned state and dismissed as a cool rock. I beg, to differ and need your thoughts. My reasons for thinking this is a fossil/ fossil impression are as follows: 1) As I cleaned, the left edge (see ladt pick with knife), began to show evidence this is on top of the matrix, not part of it. Likely matrix of shale-chert so please, take that into consideration. Extremely odd charts in my area 2) Looking at the picture with my finger, examine that small white portion. That appears totally different from the rest.
  4. Fossilartist

    Old collection fossil id

    I am unable to identify these pieces from my grandad's collection. He is now unable to clearly see and so sadly couldn't identify it. It must be something, he was a zoologist and the shale meant enough to have a crack repaired. Parts look like bones to me. I'd love to get these identified so I can prep them, making them clearer so he can see them clearer again.
  5. Vampire squid ancestor died in 'eternal embrace' with its dinner The Jurassic predator and prey suffocated together underwater https://www.livescience.com/jurassic-predator-prey-suffocated.html https://unfoldtimes.com/vampire-squid-ancestor-died-in-eternal-embrace-with-its-dinner/ The open access paper is: Klug, C., Schweigert, G., Fuchs, D. and De Baets, K., 2021. Distraction sinking and fossilized coleoid predatory behaviour from the German Early Jurassic. Swiss Journal of Palaeontology, 140(1), pp.1-12. https://sjpp.springeropen.co
  6. lulu105

    south france jurrasic ID help

    Last summer I've went south alps of france (drôme) in an area probably dating from end of jurrasic I found 2 unknown fossils Can somebody help me? 1st one: 2nd:
  7. sjaak

    croc tooth

    Hello, Found this tiny tooth of about 1 x 1 cm in marine Jurassic sediment in the Boulonnais. North of France. Could this be a marine crocodile tooth, such as machimosaurus? Regards, Niels
  8. MrsD

    Jurassic Coast ID please...

    Hi, first time fossil hunter here - so apologies in advance! Currently visiting the Isle of Wight Jurassic Coast and spent the day at the beach and have a couple of interesting finds - just not sure if what I found is actually anything more than just a pretty rock! So, this first one is about 11cm in length and had a sort of white slightly porous texture, with yellow brown markings. One marking has the texture of tiny bumps, whilst the other looks like smoother ridges. Can anyone please help?
  9. Hi again, I’ve just posted my first find, and here is another I would like help with please. Found on the Isle of Wight Jurassic coast, grey coloured rock around 8cm in length, with what looks like some fish bone type markings. On the reverse side of the same rock is a round light grey circle about 1cm across with a thin white circle surrounding it. Please can anyone help with more information... thanks!
  10. Does anyone recognize these grooves on the outside of this bone fragment? This was found in upper Jurassic sediments in North of France, mainly marine but terrestrial is possible. I have never seen this structure before on the outside of a bone.
  11. I guess this will be difficult. The biggest bone I found with lots of strange, associated pieces. Alle are associated. Late Jurassic of the Boulonnais, France. Looks like a bowl or dome. Any ideas are welcome.
  12. paleo.nath

    Crinoid identification help?

    These fossils were found in Alnif, Morocco and advertised to be from the jurassic period. I need help with an ID.
  13. Byron3

    What is it

    Anyone know what kind of dinosaur? im going to start grinding on it with the dremel
  14. Mcmaker

    Belemnite rostrum

    That's my second complete belemnite rostrum found. First I found was bigger than that and measured 6,5 inch. It was donated to the museum for a permament exhibition which was a big event for a novice paleo enthusiast like me Back on the track, shortly after my first belemnite went to the museum I found another fine specie, one inch smaller but no less pretty I prepared it with Dremel engraver and brush with hard hair.
  15. Geology club excursion to the coast of France This weekend we had a 2 day excursion to the northern coast of France. First up were the Cenomanian cliffs in that area, although the use of tools was limited we were allowed to collect in the boulders laying on the beach. The stormy weather had done a great job at providing fresh material, and lots of fossils could be picked up on the beach. The 2nd day we went a few kilometers to the south were late Jurassic cliffs are exposed. There were no restrictions on collecting here, although we stayed away from the c
  16. bcfossilcollector

    Megalosaurid tooth?

    Hi. Just thought I’d try to verify the identification of this tooth. The seller claims it is a Megalosaurid tooth from the Lourinha Formation of Portugal. Unfortunately this is the best image of the tooth I have for now. Will try to obtain others.
  17. Mcmaker

    Jurassic bivalve?

    Hi, I'm learning to prepare things on this specimen (its not finished :D). Can anyone ID this fossil? Found near Cracow, limestone, jurassic.
  18. Mcmaker

    Jurrasic lobster?

    Found yesterday on limestone quarry near Cracow. Site is confirmed 100% jurrasic. Before any preparations I want to be sure what I'm dealing with. Could it be a part of a lobster?
  19. Utahman

    Fossil Hash?

    I think I found tumbled fossil hash out near Green River, Utah (Jurassic?) and was wondering what exactly I did find? I appreciate all help! I have so many to identify... glad I found this forum.
  20. N.Mckenzie

    Jurrasic uncertainty

    Found while fossicking for belemnites at the mouth of the Waikato River. South Side of Sunset beach. First picked as a belemnite but the curvature and lack of distinct central rings gave me pause.
  21. Jacobward328

    Found shell like fossil

    I found this fossil it kind of looks like a curled up tail of a crayfish but I’m uncertain.
  22. Kevofossilhntr

    Help identifying tooth

    Is it possible to narrow down what type of mosasaur a tooth came from? Found a tooth but it looks different from the typical ones I see all over google. Thanks!
  23. In an effort to give a more complete picture of life on planet earth during the age of dinosaurs, we did a post to get suggestions from TFF members about some non-dinosaur material. We got a lot of suggestions and it turned out to be a super informative post. We learned a lot and were able to begin the process of creating a better program for the kids. Just before that post, I had attended an amazing Ichthyosaur prep lab. It was found in Northern California, a few hours from hometown. Northern California is a dead zone for collecting fossils. There are some fossils to be found here
  24. On April 20, 2019, a free paleontological excursion took place under the working title “Moscow Sea”. The weather was wonderful. +12 degrees clear. As a result, no one left without finds: ammonites (whole and fragments), belemnites, brachiopods and bivalves were found. My fees for the tour: a book on paleontology in Moscow and Moscow region, posters and demonstration materials, equipment for video shooting. Additionally, he grabbed PVA glue to process valuable finds immediately on the spot. After collecting at the Pionerskaya metro station, we headed to Filevsky Park.
  25. I have recently purchase two large pieces of Jurassic aged bone from the Morrison Formation near the Dinosaur National Monument in Northwest Colorado. They seemed to be shaped in a way that it maybe possible to give them a general ID, I don't know if it can of course go as far as ID the specific dinosaur of course but if anyone with experience may know what kind of bones they are, any help would be appreciated as I would like to label them for the collection. As it stands the first larger one I believe to be likely sauropod bone or some other large herbivore while the second one I think may be
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