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Found 118 results

  1. ID Please

    Interesting find looks like bone what do you think? found in Mazon Creek area 2 3
  2. Mammoth Tusk?

    Hi all found this,Mazon creek area,been looking on net, closest thing I have found is looks a lot like a pice of broken tusk petrified.what do you think? 1
  3. Help ID Please

    Hi again all another weird one found walking a trail saw that orange color with the white not sure what it is 2
  4. Need help to ID

    Hi all Intresting found in Mazon Creek Area not sure what it is almost bone like appearance Just received Digital Microscope will post more pictures when I set it up. 2
  5. Mazon Fossil

    I know I've seen this type of fossil in images--sometime and somewhere, but I can't find them any more. Does anyone have an ID for this Mazon Creek fossil? The concretion measures 2-5/16 x 1-1/4".
  6. Mazopherusa Prinosi

    From the album Mazon creek assortment

  7. Tully monster

    From the album Mazon creek assortment

  8. Belotelson

    From the album Mazon creek assortment

  9. Annularia

    From the album Mazon creek assortment

  10. Annularia with stem

    From the album Mazon creek assortment

  11. Tully monster

    From the album Mazon creek assortment

  12. Concretion not sure

    Hi all again found this the other day It looks egg like but know time line for area is way off plus eggs would be rarer than hens teeth so saying that what do you think it is Concretion?
  13. Mazon Creek Foss Identification Help

    Once again, I am seeking assistance in identifying a Mazon Creek concretion fossil. Might be an easy one for someone here, but I'm just not finding it. Both halves are pictured below. Thanks!
  14. Scorpion Possible

    Hi all found this yesterday braidwood club have to clean up but looks like a scorpion what do you think?
  15. Help ID Please

    Hello all Again found this in braidwood club what do you think?
  16. Fish or plant?

    Hello all Again found this in pit 4 area Braidwood sportsmen club to be exact,lots of ferns on it do you think this could be fish? It's about only 5/8 of an inch.
  17. Mazon Creek quiz

    Ok all Who knows what to cover your Mazon creek fossils with to bring out that beautiful shine and detail? My grandfather told me this 40 years ago. It doesn't hurt Fossil and will act like glue to hold intact and will wash right off?
  18. Mazon ID

    Hi again all have question ,same rock as I think it's a fish post. think it might be plant , but not sure,what do you think? will blow up next picture.
  19. I Think It could be fish

    Hi all Found again in pit 4 area just south of anyhow, big chunk found going back to get other parts not expert but think it's a fish
  20. Mazon creek ID

    Hi all again found this again in strip pit,Wilmington area. Not sure if this is anything,could be just the way it fell,or breakage of it ,shaped like shell but think just fern,what do you think? Really nice,post some others to.
  21. Mazon Creek Plants

    Hi again no ID just wanted to post some Kool plant fossils this was found along hill side strip pit ,it's about 8"by6" one of smaller ones l found.
  22. Mazon Creek Fossil?

    Hi all found , South Wilmington area Not sure but think could be jellyfish? need experts to see what they think.
  23. Mazon creek gem

    Hi all haven't been on in for a bit even forgot password lol. Love to get your insight,on all I find. Found this in braidwood strip pit area,probably one of the best gem like ones I found.Think petrified wood but,when found thought in was a piece of steak.
  24. I thought I would share an exciting Mazon Creek fossil that I collected on March 1st of this year and just split open today. This is an extremely rare legless amphibian named Phlegethontia longissima from Pit 11. For a Mazon Creek fossil collector, this is about as good as it gets. Amphibians are extremely rare in the deposit and most collectors never find one. I have been collecting these fossils for over thirty years and can finally check it off my bucket list. It has been estimated that only one in five hundred thousand Mazon concretions will contain an amphibian. It needs a bit more cleaning and is fairly complete. The ribs, teeth and skin impressions are clear under magnification.
  25. Mazon Creek Identification Challenge

    Hello Fossil Forum friends. It has been quite a while since I posted on the forum and decided to share a find that I recently collected. This specimen was found March 1st 2017 and after three freeze thaw cycles split open last week. Unfortunately the other half shattered into several pieces. I already know what the fossil is and thought it would be a fun challenge for forum members to test out their Mazon Creek identification skills. When I first glanced at it, I thought it was a bit of plant material and almost disgarded it. I will give one hint and state that it is an animal and was collected at Pit 11 which preserves many unusual marine fossils. The concretion measures approximately 2" across. I look forward to hearing members opinions.
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