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  1. SilurianSalamander

    Blue agatized tabulate coral!

    I found this in an abandoned fish nest in a human-made lake. One of my favorite finds!
  2. Came across this fossilized bone along a lake shore in central Colorado, a little southeast of the Denver metro area, and was hoping you all could help ID it. My initial thoughts were that it belonged to a prehistoric mammal of some kind but I have very little experience identifying specimens like this.. Also, I'm not sure if this is useful information or not since it was found in the sand by the water's edge, but petrified wood fragments were scattered around the area as well. Any posits will be much appreciated, thank you!
  3. Pseudogygites

    Caddisfly Larva?

    Hi again everyone! I have a small fossil from a unit of lacustrine laminated silt from here in Saskatoon from the very late Pleistocene or early Holocene. The unit directly overlays a unit of till from the Wisconsinan glaciation. The unit contains carbonized plants stems, some of which are filled with wood boring beetle larva frass, diatoms, and burrows similar to Cruziana. In one of these hollowed-out burrows, I found this fossil, which is approximately 0.5 mm in length. It is composed of many extremely small carbonized plant fragments, all arranged horizontally from longest to shortest. I ha
  4. Hi! I’m still trying to identify one fossil from a particular unit of Pleistocene/Early Holocene lacustrine silt from my hometown of Saskatoon, but I figured I would look away from it for a bit to try and identify another fossil from the same unit I’ve been unable to classify. I have two specimens, both apparently of the same species. They are both approximately 0.5 millimetres across. They are perfectly circular, with lines radiating from the centre and rings of alternating colours (possibly representing growth lines). One specimen is photographed dorsally, showing its circular shape, the ot
  5. Whitneyfossil

    Identify please...

    Just wanted help identifying these finds.
  6. Lakefun42069

    ID: Two vertebrae found, lake lavon, tx

    Hello, I found these fossils on the lake shore which is receding pretty far this year. The battery is 65mm in length, for scale. Pretty cool the bigger one has a hole going through the spinal column Thanks
  7. Pgerb

    Fossil ID from Lake Erie, OH

    Hi! Could someone help me identify this fossil on a stone found on the shore of Lake Erie, Ohio? Forgot to picture it next to a coin but the rock is about the size of a nickel. First picture is one side, second picture is the other side, same stone.
  8. ydok

    Lake Michigan Finds

    I found a lot of cool things at Lake Michigan and wanted to know if any of these could get an ID. Thanks!!! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
  9. Brandon79

    What did I find?

    I found this on the banks of Whitney Lake in Texas. I have no prior knowledge of fossils, and was hoping somebody who did could help me figure out what this is. Anything would help, thanks.
  10. I found these three fossils I’m pretty sure one of them is a coral but the other two I have no idea. Thanks in advance! Found in Grand Marais MI.
  11. Hello everyone! My little brother made this nice find near Thrupp Lake in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, UK. The lake is close to the Thames river. It looks like some sort of shell fossil? The rock is about 8cm wide and 5cm tall. We'd appreciate any help identifying it! Thank you.
  12. JoLynn Mangum Self

    Ladonia fossil Park turning into a lake

    What does everybody think about Ladonia Texas turning our Fossil Park into a lake
  13. penutpls

    Paleobotany: Identification help

    Hello everyone! I am looking for help to identify this macrofossil sample of a leaf. It shouldn't be older than pliocene. Really struggling to identify it. Thought of it as Nothofagus or maybe Populus. Was looking for it in Zelkova, but nothing quite matches it. Does anyone know or have a suggestions, what it could be? Thanks in advance! Philipp
  14. pambosk

    tooth? and from what?

    ok i found this today amd my guess it is a tooth or teeth of a mammal .. could be a goat or something, i found it on shore of a lake next to an ancient village site. when that village was thriving some 2000 years ago, there was no lake but there was a river. Also the earth's color at the spot was reddish which would mean mammals i think.
  15. Top Trilo

    Wayne County Trilobite?

    A couple years ago I was on vacation in Wayne county Ohio, and I stepped on something in a lake I picked it up and found this. Originally, I thought it was a shell piece, but when I looked again it looked like a trilobite because of the three lines. I know it’s partial so I’m unsure if I’ll get an ID but I hope I do. Ignore the scratch marks, I tried uncovering more but the rock is very hard and impossible to clear with a small tool.
  16. MagicPlants

    Various Fossils from Lake Michigan

    Hey everyone, New user here, very minor experience with fossils. I was curious if anyone would be interested in possibly identifying some specimens from Lake Michigan, from North Shore Beach in Ferrysburg, Michigan. It's on the West Coast of Michigan, but it would be the Eastern side of the Lake. Hope that isn't too confusing and I hope that I find you all well during these trying times. I have a couple more as well, if it's cool. Thanks for reading. Here are my humble hypotheses: 1: Some sort of Petoskey/Charlevoix stone or similar perhaps.
  17. News article: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-07-29/woolly-mammoth-skeleton-found-in-siberian-arctic-lake/12501304
  18. Aksala

    Need help to id!

    I found this while searching for geodes and crinoids in a southern Indiana lake.
  19. austinswamp

    Pelvic bone

    I found this today in the shoreline of a central Texas lake....can’t seem to find a possible ID online, thanks
  20. Planko

    Lake Eufaula OK

    Will be heading there next month for a couple of days. Anywhere close to do a little fossil hunting?
  21. Micah

    Who’s bone is this?

    I stopped at Lake McConaughy (near Ogalalla, Nebraska) on my way out to Colorado and picked this (along with some nice burrow casts, probably clam) from one of the beaches. I’m not very familiar with the fossils in this part of the state and wondered if anyone could help me with who this chunk of bone may have belonged to. I know it’s a stretch to id this considering how little of the bone is there and the lack of either end, but any help would be appreciated.
  22. Thomas

    A fossil

    I found this fossil on a vacation in shallow water at a lake a few years ago and have always been wondering what it was. I'm no fossil expert so I have never been able to identify it.
  23. gieserguy

    Fossils on the lake

    Hey guys! I’m currently out fishing on a lake (Champaign County, IL) and I noticed a bunch of fossils strewn about the rocks on the shore. I don’t think the rocks are from here, so I don’t know if I could give any geologic info unfortunately. If you could help me figure out what I’ve got, I’d really appreciate it! I’ll add more as I find more. Thanks! #1
  24. Here are some more lake wetland Miocene plant fossils from NE of Phoenix. I found large outcrops of silicified reeds in growth position. I found several pieces of palm: a first for this area. Photos 1 & 2: palm. Photos 3 & 4: top and bottom of reeds. Photos 5 & 6: more reeds.
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