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Found 36 results

  1. James River Chesapectens

    From the album Recent Finds in VA

    Name: Chesapecten jeffersonius Formation: Yorktown / Rushmere Member Age: Pliocene Location: James River, Surry County, VA, right bank, near Cobhams Wharf
  2. Cyrtolites ornatus

    From the album Urban Fossils of Toronto (Georgian Bay Formation, Lower Member)

    Cyrtolites ornatus (Conrad, 1838). Late Ordovician monoplacophoran from Mimico creek, Toronto, Ontario. Georgian Bay formation. This one is set on limestone.

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  3. Baculites, Gastropods in matrix1

    From the album Texas Finds

    Scientific Name: Various Found: North Central Texas Date Found: November 2014 Formation: Alluvium Qt / Eagle Ford Size: Various
  4. Whitella sp.

    From the album Urban Fossils of Toronto (Georgian Bay Formation, Lower Member)

    Modiolopsis ovata Whitella sp. found at Mimico creek. Internal mold of a clam valve. I picked this up from the bottom of a collapsed cliff. Georgian Bay formation, late Ordovician, Toronto, Mimico creek. I put a dime next to it for size.

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  5. Starfish fossil

    From the album My fossils collection

    Brittlestar and Asteroidea starfishes mortality plate, Ordovician period from Morocco
  6. Here is a piece of fossilized starfish mortality plate from Morocco. Can anyone help me identify the respective species on this fossil please? Thanks for the help.
  7. A Cretaceous Marine Mollusk

    Help in identifying this species, please.
  8. Mojave Desert Shell

    Hey guys, found this the other day in desert (southern CA near the CA/NV border). Can anyone tell me what it is, and approx. how old? Thanks, Zach
  9. Not Sure What These Are

    Hey guys, I've got a couple of things here that I suspect are probably geofacts, but just wanted to see what others thought. Both of these items were found in the Mojave Desert, southern CA, near the NV border. The texture on this one was unusual, smooth but with slight ridges on one side; in a way it almost seems like bone (or maybe wood?) - but then the other side was rather flat... I picked up this one at first thinking it might have been an artifact (i.e. a stone biface). Smooth sedimentary rock with unusual dimensions. I've found several of similar shape in the area. I thought maybe mollusk shells had filled up with sediment, then worn away, leaving a cast. There does appear to be remains of a different type of mineral on the outside. Thanks! Zach
  10. Fossils Barrie On

    Barrie is not so boring after all! It had 2 major shorelines much higher than today called Lake Algonquin, both Little Lake and mineseing lake( Lake Payette ) were apart of georgian bay. These shorelines are most visible from Hwy 90 or George Johnson Rd coming from Minesing flats. Thanks to these old shorelines and ice sheets, i'm finding many fossils just laying in the ditch at the bottom of these till hills, or at the top of them in a construstion area. On that note... I have been noticing that most of my treasures are covered in a crystal like subtance around all the fossils EXCEPT ones encased in hardend clay or limestone and am a little baffled by it.
  11. I really can't explain the title of this post. It just kind of happened. Here's yet another find from a creek in Austin, TX. Not sure of the age or variety, but I bet some of you have an idea. What do you think? Thanks for your time and consideration.
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