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Hi all, This is a tiny little find from a creek here in Florida. It could be nothing more than a polished bit of fossilized bone with some coincidental marks, but the markings are odd to me. I haven’t found bone pieces with such symmetrical and aligned cuts like this before. I was wondering if anyone has any ideas what this may be?
Came across this piece of petrified wood awhile back and was just noting the odd red markings in the second photo. Any idea what would cause such unique markings on petrified wood? I've never seen such before...
Hello, I have a lot of oyster halves, maybe 60-80 and way too many fragments, however I haven't the single clue how they would look as a whole. There seem to be 5 categories of halves: the "half mango" (usually very big and thick), "the rippled shallow plate" (usually thin, but many layers), the symmetrical ones with even left and right sides (usually half the size from the previous), the round fist like ones with curved ending, and the stretched ones. Below I'm showing one, which a) has some interesting attach-marks and b ) even tho it is a "half mango style" inside it appears t
EnglishGrace posted a topic in Fossil IDHello Please could you tell me what these marks are on this rock I found on the Northumberland coast? Is this a type of mudstone? Please tell me everything you can about what these marks are, what made them, how, when, etc? Is this a rare or common find? On two of the close-ups you can see that there are longitudinal lines within the markings (if this helps the ID). Also, why are the markings a copper-brown colour? Could they be a result of prehistoric mud worms? Today I found another circle marked rock, but this time the mark is white with no discernible details. Is this the same as the abov