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  1. RobCT

    Marine fossil ID

    We were walking along the beach to the north shore light house on block island (part of Rhode Island). I picked up several really cool rocks but this one is the best. I think it is a plant fossil but could not find anything close online. It also has sparkly metallic or crystal content throughout. Any ideas what this is?
  2. Hi all! I found this rock with many fairly well preserved plant fossils in it. It's from the Kvamshest-basin in western Norway, deposited about 380 ish Mya. Does anyone here know what kind of plants they are?
  3. rockngirl

    Identification needed

    On the large rock, the fourth picture jpg 142641 has gash marks, equal size, there are also depression around each gash mark. I am new to this stuff, but with all my searching I have yet to come up with a answer. Is is a fossil organ with claw marks? The outer and inner appearance are unlike rocks I have seen. My last rock (rectangular) I also have not had any luck with identification. The big rock was found in southeast Idaho, the rectangular rock was found in Succor Creek. I am guessing a plant but would love some feedback! Thank you!
  4. Rabbit

    Criss cross lined fossil?

    Found this on the beach in Lewes, DE. It's 3cm long, 0.5cm thick and 2cm at the wider end. The lines are raised. Curious if it is some sort of plant fossil. Thanks for any help in identifying!
  5. Rabbit

    Radius lined fossil?

    My son found this on the beach in Lewes, Delaware. It is a little over 1.5 cm long and 1 cm both wide and deep. Maybe it's a cool rock but it sort of seems shell like on the side. Appreciate any help!
  6. Jessyb123

    Unknown WV fossil

    Heres something I found yesterday in a Creek bed at the bottom of Kate's Mountain, in Harts Run which is located in Greenbrier County, West Virginia. Found lots of crinoid columnals, and brachiopod fossils as well, thanks in advance for any information! I apologize for my fossil ignorance but I am having such a great time finding them and learning!
  7. Audiorij

    No idea what this is

    Found in warren county Missouri several years ago. I assume its s plant but have no idea.
  8. Caverat

    Unknown Mazon Creek Fossil

    A specimen from the 1970's or 1980's, but unfortunately date and specific locality are lost to the ravages of mind.... I would appreciate any help in un-Insertae sedising this one! The light blue grid is one inch.
  9. juan

    Tiny plant?

    Hi everybody Last day I found this tiny fossil (just 8mm...) In the coal measures. Probable it's a plant, but I wanted to make sure. Sorry about the quality. What dou you think? Thanks for your help and stay safe
  10. Hello, I found this fossil last spring break, in Coahuila, Mexico. It comes from the late Campanian (73-71 Myrs) Cerro del Pueblo formation. I found several fossils at the same location where I found this fossil. Some of the fossils I found include Cerithium snails, several species of Physidae freshwater snails, Inoceramus sp., petrified wood with teredolites, ammonite fragments, a caudal vertebra from a Hadrosaurid, and plenty of dinosaur bone fragments. The formation is a mess, it’s composed of layers that were deposited in marine, and terrestrial environments, as well as rivers and possibly
  11. Rob Russell

    Mazon Creek ID’s

    Hey Folks, Here are a few whatsits from yesterday’s hunt. First, my gut tells me plant material?
  12. Megalodoodle

    Heirloom Fossils Identification Help

    These have been passed down from parent to child for generations. Anyway we can no longer remember what these were originally identified as. Possible plants? I see rings and some spots where it looks like a branch would’ve grown.
  13. hndmarshall

    Plant? shell? or mineral?

    Found North of Houston Texas USA in gravel load from Brazos River at first glance it seems to be a shell like pattern on the stone {why I picked it up} but the pattern seems to be the whole stone so thought perhaps compressed fossilized plant concretion? possible fossil wood? pulled out my macro camera and studied further....now I am stumped more photos to follow.....
  14. Ruger9a

    Coral/Crinoid/plant or animal?

    Here's a mystery fossil I purchased at a yard sale. It has s few strange looking objects on it. I'm not sure if it's coral, crinoid, plant or animal. Anyone know?
  15. whitmanrr

    What is this?

    Grandson found this in an outcrop of immature sandstone in the proximal fluvial facies of the Paleocene Fort Union Formation in Park County, Montana. My current guess, based on the age of the outcrop and the depositional paleo-environment, is that it is a fossil plant, although it doesn't look much like one.
  16. Essex_matt

    Fossil Id

    Found this in Essex uk I believe it’s a fossil 11cm long 8cm wide egg like shape I’ve never seen pimples on a stone like this before many thanks for all help
  17. Does anyone know what this creature is or is it a plant? It has stumped me for quite some time. Background - It's an old acquisition from Thornton Quarry in Thornton, Illinois. Silurian period. It measures approximately 5" x 3.5".
  18. davidcpowers

    Possible plant need id

    I found this possible plant fossil. I am hoping for an id. Accompanying this fossil are brachiopods and other marine fossils. This fossil came from the Otter Formation in central Montana. The Otter Formation is listed as an open and semi-restricted marine. This formation is Meramecian and Chesterian Mississippian. The plant appears to be fibrous. No scale structure is present. In very fine sedimentary silty clay shale. These sediments capture fine details. I have included a photo of another fossil group of bryozoa to show the level of preservation of details.
  19. hawksmooring

    Fossil found in the Channel Islands.

    Found this rock whilst walking along a beach in Jersey in the Channel Islands, I’m no expert but my instincts are telling me it was a plant rather than a creature of any kind. Hope someone can enlighten me.
  20. I’m in northwestern Perry county Ohio, and I found this in one of my usual spots. I’ve never seen this before, and I’m stumped!
  21. I found 2 separate sets of these- 1 set on 2 different days in the Danube River in Germany. These look like teeth, but when I cleaned them they began to smell like skunk.... the more I cleaned, the stinkier they got. Anyone know if they are teeth, a plant, or something else entirely? It was very difficult to determine. (My husband is a dentist and initially he was certain they were not teeth, but after being cleaned, it was even more ambiguous.) I finally gave-up, took this picture, and threw them away... FAR AWAY! Thank you!
  22. hndmarshall

    found something really weird

    what is this???? strange spirals on stone it is in the stone I already tried to scratch it off the big ones are indented in the stone...
  23. Malone

    Plant?

    Found this while wandering. Debris pile from rock canyon anticline. Just took a picture too heavy to pack on my back. Entire picture is approximately 2'x3'.
  24. Hi, These are from an old collection in Israel. We only know that they are from Germany- Carboniferous. Any help would be highly appreciated. Regards. Oz
  25. Rockpit

    To Clean or not to clean?

    These are some open specimens I found at Mazonia Lakes. I think the set may be a crayfish. The other two seem to be some type of plant. I didn't know if I should soak these in vinegar. I am afraid if I do I may not be able to see the detail.
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