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  1. Hello everyone, Does anyone know those places in Oxfordshire where I can hunt/collect fossils legally? I've heard Faringdon is fairly good for fossils. But in which part? And is it a public site for fossils collecting? Thank you very much in advance!
  2. Hi all I finally managed to acquire a copy of Robert Plots, Natural History of Oxfordshire, written in 1677. Robert Plot was the first keeper of the Ashmolean Museum at Oxford University. I’ve included a link as it’s well worth a visit. https://www.ashmolean.org This is a large “portfolio” book and includes the first known picture of a dinosaur bone. It was misidentified (quite an interesting misidentification - look it up) but it is probably the broken end of a megalosaurus femur. There were only 750 copies of the first edition of th
  3. fossil_sea_urchin

    Cetiosaur?

    For some reason there are lots of "Duriatitan" fossils for sale from Oxforshire. But Duriatitan is only known from a large leg bone from Dorset. This vert is described as Duriatitan from Oxfordshire, it can't be that so what is it?
  4. la peña fossil

    Dino teeth?

    any body know how to identify Dino saw teeth, I found some stones that are really hard and unusual colour and shape, are found where found alongside flint in a field in the UK, Oxfordshire. any insight would be appreciated arron
  5. Everyone probably knows the theropod distal femur from the Taynton Limestone Formation of Oxfordshire that was illustrated by Robert Plot in 1677 and thought to be from a Roman war elephant or biblical giant, and which was dubbed " humanum"* by Richard Brookes in 1763. However, even though the femur illustrated by Plot (now missing) has often been considered to belong to Megalosaurus, but as noted in Halstead and Sarjeant (1993), this femur might belong to a theropod other than Megalosaurus, as Duriavenator, Magnosaurus, Iliosuchus, and Cruxicheiros co-existed lived in the same time and region
  6. FF7_Yuffie

    Cetiosaurus verts?

    Two verts, possible cetiosaur. Anyone know if they are, or at least, sauropod? Or are they plesiosaur? 1 - This one is from Abingdon. 93mm by 50mm
  7. fossil_sea_urchin

    English Dino/Croc bone

    Hi, I brought this bone from the Bathonian of Oxfordshire. I suspected it was crocodile or dinosaur. It would be nice to hear some opinions on this specimen.
  8. Hi, Was wondering if this is a caudal vertebra from Megalosaurus? it is from Oxfordshire, England which is consistent with where Megalosaurus remains have been found but i am not sure of what diagnostic features separate Megalosaurus fossils from other dinosaurs and if there are enough diagnostic features on the bone in question. It is 6.7cm in length (2.65 inch). Thanks.
  9. Timmybaggins

    Fossil in stone work?

    I hope this is the correct place. We’ve spotted this shell like fossil within the stone work on our old 17th century barn. We are based in Oxfordshire. Whilst it looks like a fossil it also is shell like, and we have no experience. Hence the post to see if anyone can shed some light , on what this is. Many thanks.
  10. Hi guys- a friend of mine has asked me to take her out fossiling around her local area next week she wants to ideally find some fossil bone- I don’t know oxford that well and the quarry’s I do know of require access or are SSSI and difficult to collect from. does anyone have any suggestions? Off course Ill guarantee a report and pictures of fossils if we find anything!! Happy hunting guys!
  11. Rycomerford

    Unknown Reptile Bone

    Hello everyone. First ever post here so apologies if I get anything wrong. I was recently gifted a fossilised reptile bone from Farringdon, Oxfordshire in the UK, (unknown date of discovery unfortunately but I was told it’s from the Jurassic period) The fossil in question messaures 15cm in length, height 4.5cm(tallest part) and 3.5cm( shortest part), width 1cm (thickest) and 0.5cm (thinnest). As you can see the bone has elements of curvature to it. I have a feeling the piece is pretty sea worn and understand it may never get an ID but thought it might be worth a shot to see what oth
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