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  1. Susan Slater

    Fish vs mammal tooth fossil

    Hi to all. I found this tooth on a beach in Madison, Ohio in 2007. A wave had washed it onto the shore and I was quite surprised. I saw that it was a fossil tooth as half of the enamel showing was agatized. I suspect it is a fish tooth but not sure. It is a great specimen! Can anyone help with identification? It is 2 inches long.
  2. razman

    Lake Erie ice melted

    We bought a fixer-upper on Lake Erie at Ashtabula, Ohio, this past year. We were at the property yesterday knowing that most of the winter ice likely melted. We found this on our property above the beach. It's about the size of a basketball. I'll post 4 pics. one top view then one bottom view without flash then both again with flash. Any and all comments appreciated.
  3. Hi, I found 2 large fossils on th e shores of Lake Erie Ontario and I do not have a clue what they are. Both of these fossils are approximately 24" in diameter. Can someone identify them?
  4. Erosionofspecies

    More New York devonian fish

    Here’s some more upper Devonian fish parts from The shore of Lake Erie. Mostly black Cashaqua and Rhinestreet shale found at Sturgeon Point area. An actinoptergyian skull roof , possible Sarcopterygian caudal fin, placoderm bone fragment, a fish skull piece and jaw (unidentified)
  5. Becky Benfer

    Lake Erie Fossil

    Found in Lake Erie , Sandusky Ohio. Looks like a snail shape to me. It’s not very big - smaller than a penny. Just thought I’d gather some information on it. Thanks for any information.
  6. Kmac1225

    Unknown Lake Erie Fossil

    I am trying to identify this fossil found on Lake Erie shore. Unusual find, please assist with identifying.
  7. thezenroom

    Lake Erie fossil id help

    Found in lake erie ontario, 10 inches long. Any help would be super welcome.
  8. Jdrunner

    Lake Erie “fossil”?

    Was walking the shore this morning and came across this specimen. It’s hard like petrified wood. It seems like a mushroom cap... any ideas what it actually is?
  9. kor

    ID help

    Hello, I'm new to fossil hunting and I was hoping someone could help me identify these. I found both by Lake Erie. Thanks!
  10. dinosaur man

    Fossil from the Onondaga Formation

    Is this a fossil or geologic?
  11. I've had this on my desk for years. I am almost positive I would have found it on the north shore of lake Erie in southwestern Ontario. Can anyone tell me what I am looking at?
  12. DevonianDave359

    Coral Fossils

    Hi everyone can you help me identify these corals? Thank you!
  13. DevonianDave359

    I'm Stumped On this....

    Hi again, I found this on a chirt bed along Lake Erie and I would really like some information on it if anyone can help. There seems to be 2 different fossil. The one is a branch of some sort and the large one is a mystery to me
  14. DevonianDave359

    Help with Seashell with holdfast

    It's Dave again, looking for help with this one Thanks everyone!
  15. DevonianDave359

    White Annelid?

    Location: North Shore of Lake Erie, Ontario, Canada Rock Type: Chert Bed on top Limestone Rock Age: Devonian Dimensions: 8 cm x 3 mm
  16. DevonianDave359

    Need Help Id'ing

    Hi again, I'm looking for answers to this one too! Very small: 1 cm long x 1 mm wide
  17. Bobcher

    Tooth

    Walking the shore line tooth was found on beach. Looks like from a large mammal? Any idea which mammal it came from? thanks for any help you can provide
  18. I found these on the shore of Lake Erie, on Catawba island (west of Cleveland, Ohio). Any help identifying would be greatly appreciated. Pic 1, the creature is about the size of a fly or ladybug. Pic 2 &3 are the same fossil and the rock is about the size of a baseball. Pic 4 & 5, the rock is about the size of a golf ball or an egg.
  19. Lsvit

    Hello,

    Not sure what this is? Some type of fossilized coral?found on beach of Lake Erie, Lorain OH.
  20. PE Karpinski

    Is it possibe to ID?

    Hello everyone! I am an amateur fossil hunter, I live near Lake Erie and go there several times a week looking for fossils, quartz, anything of interest. A while ago I found a single vertebra right at the shore, and picked it up immediately. Upon closer examination I saw it was fossilized (or at least I think it is! Please correct me if you think otherwise, I'm still learning!) I love having things like this in my collection but I do understand that identifying much of anything from one vertebra would be very difficult, but I figured I would post here anyways just in case. If anyone know
  21. Hello everyone, my name is Nolan. I'm new to the forum. I've never posted anything before, but now I find myself at a loss to identify my latest find. Any help you can give me would be really appreciated! INFO Location: Fort Erie, Ontario. Details: It's rough with random black spots. The item is ridged on both sides and it has a slight curve to it. The main body of the item has a different texture (see final photo). The top has a different type of brown stone connected to it. The item was found by chance on a beach, on the norther
  22. PE Karpinski

    Bivalve shell imprint in rock

    At Lake Erie this morning I was walking along the shore and found this rock, which has an imprint of a bivalve shell in it. I was looking through the collections of bivalves on this site and it seems similar to a cockle shell, but I was hoping someone a bit more knowledgeable than I am might help me to correctly identify it. I tried to get the best detail of it that I could, and I also have pictures showing size as well as ones showing other sides of the rock, in case that might help with identification. If you would like additional angles/pictures, just ask. Thank you in advance for any h
  23. Ellen197311

    What is this Fossil from Lake Erie?

    Any clue what this is? It's about the size of a quarter, but thicker. It was found on a Lake Erie beach in OH (30 minutes west of Cleveland, OH). Most fossils from this area are from Dovinian period. It looks like a bunch of shells stuck in chocolate. Are these crinoids?
  24. Bearpatches

    Any insights on this rock

    My sons and I found this rock on the shores of Lake Erie near Point Pelee on the Canadian shores. Doubt it’s anything too special, but it’s by far the largest cluster of fossils we’ve ever found. If anyone has any insights it would be appreciated. My sons really want to know more about it. Thanks in advance. If there is interest I can post pictures that are closer up.
  25. BuddingPaleo

    Pelee Island fossils

    Hey guys. I've been extremely ill, and missing my fossils. Staying with my mom for a while, she pulled out a box of fossils she found on the shore at Pelee Island, Canada on Lake Erie. It's near Cedar Point, and Port Clinton Ohio. Some I was able to identify for her, but I don't know these. I'm pretty sure one is just suggestive stone, and not a worn tooth, but I'll ask that one too for verification. First one looks like a cephalopod to me, but I am not familiar with this area's fossils. The second one is a vertebrae from something. The third is the one I'm pretty sure
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