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Found 11 results

  1. TechTester

    Texas Gulf Coast Beach Find

    At first I thought it was petrified wood but it has some odd molar like shapes another side I've never seen before in a tree or in petrified wood. Found washed up on the beach at Matagorda Island, Texas, near the lighthouse. It feels very heavy for it's size like the density of petrified wood.
  2. Lone Hunter

    It's very pretty whatever it is..

    Picked from mix of QT, QAL, and Eagle Ford gravels. I love calcite but it can be deceiving, not sure if this was replacement of something or naturally formed structure, appears to be fossilized something. Curious about the red, mineral staining maybe? Last pic is view from above.
  3. What kind of layers are these in East Tennessee very fine paper thin black stone, lots of natural right angles and mixed egg shapes and ovals seem to be found in them. 20 feet Above these layers are thicker gray limestone with corals and crinoids Does anyone know the story of these layers
  4. Jackmandu

    Fossil or erosion?

    Found this today while out rock-hounding...not really sure if it is a fossil or just an eroded piece of limestone (I believe)?
  5. Hi All, I recently purchased this Glossopteris slab. It appears to be made up of multiple layers showing fragments of leaves Would any further prep reveal more detail or possibly entire leaves? Thanks
  6. Dino1019

    Charleston, SC

    We found this today on the beach. Any ideas of what this might be? Thank you!
  7. Latte42

    Can anyone identify this object?

    This is the size of a 50 cent piece for those familiar with that coin. It measures about 2 inches in diameter - it's a bit oblong however. I can supply more photos if needed. Someone might identify this immediately with just the 2 photos. This was found recently along the Atlantic Coast shoreline along an outgoing tide after a storm. It's the shape of a top of a mushroom, even with the bottom having an a small indent in center. It's texture feels like pumice, and is light in weight like pumice. As you can see the tissue (or sheet) layers upon layers of holes that create this roun
  8. I_gotta_rock

    Don't Linger!

    From the album: Calvert Cliffs

    This view of the cliffs in Calvert County, Maryland is gorgeous. I don't often see quite the vivid color range in this formation. I didn't linger, though, and I was wading in the bay to keep my distance. See those trees at the top of the 40 ft +/- cliff? The ones with the roots hanging over the edge? Those aren't going to be at the top of the cliff for long. At this point, they are probably only still there out of sheer habit. We did her a landslide the night we arrived, the spoils of which are in some of the following images in this album. I was on a trip earlier in the year, at a different
  9. I found this doing what I always do, picking up interesting rocks. This one I noticed was some form of layered rock with fractures, so I assisted them and this was on the inside. Looked for quite a few hours and couldn't find another picture that resembled this. I have more pics, the underside looks like it has fossilized vegetation and there are multiple layers of these creatures throughout this fossilized rock.
  10. From the album: Irish Coral algae and Bryozoan

    More detailed view of the top view of a rock found on a beach Co Waterford Ireland. Has been soaked in vinegar and slowly showing up more details. Area is know for mid-Ordovician fossils dating from around 470 million years ago. The rock is13*10*6 cm. Very heavy and seems to be more like a fine compacted ash than limestone. There is a shell in it that can be seen on the left, corals and outlines can also be made out. Quote from GSI for area "The mix of useful animal groups makes this an important site for biostratigraphical correlation within the Ordovician Period, both in Ire
  11. thesterlingmutt

    No, Really, It Looks Like Dermal Layers....

    Okay, How bout this one? Found in the same area near Yuma, CO. same place as "The Egg Maybe" ... and the the tooth that is not a Bison tooth... but, maybe a Gomphotheriidae.. I think it looks like scale (ish) things on (we'll call it the top) and then Dermal layers on the side (YES, I polished part of this one too... okay... well, most of it... sorry) So, here it is.... and it measures 1 1/2" x 3/4" x 1/2" Now, be kind please.... I see cells, and cell walls... don't I, it could happen right? ...more pics on the way. ... and thanks for reading...
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