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  1. sabchen29

    Need help with potential fossil ID

    Hi all, I was in Italy on the Amalfi coast this past week, and stumbled across what I think may be a fossilized tooth. It looked cool so that’s why I picked it up. I could be wrong and it may be nothing. I’m hoping someone here can help me.
  2. Jestet

    Newbie needs help

    I found this a couple of years ago in North Texas. I just found this website and I’m interested in exploring more. Thank you for any help that you can offer.
  3. meganblairbare

    New at this. Need help with ID.

    Found in Brevard County FL. Very new to this. Don't exactly understand how to do this proper. Any insight appreciated. Thanks.
  4. Fossilhelp

    I have this Echinoid I think

    I found it on a south west cliff/beach and it has a odd internal spine like thing. Any ideas? I’m quite bad at IDs as well, so any clues about it ? Please help. Here’s some photos hope this helps. Thanks for your time. God fossils still fry my brain, just thinking how old, and it’s trip to get into my hand still makes me go woah! Last 2 phots show the spine like thing quite well
  5. Daniel thy

    Paper request

    Is anyone have a copy of the article below? and possible to share it.. It will be very helpful for me. Thank you very much is advance. Hoffet, J.H. - Sur la présence de Phillipsia truncatula Phyl. var. Mansuyi nov. var. dans le Carbonifère inférieur de l’Indochine. - 1931. Reprint: Bull. Soc. Géol. France (5) I; pp. 655-657, 1 plt.
  6. Candelyn

    Sea Bug? Sponge? Jellyfish?

    I found this fossil as a child on my grandfather's ranch near Snowflake, AZ. Would love to have some help IDing it. Thank you!
  7. Hey y’all, it’s been awhile, hope y’all have been safe!! I found this in my driveway while looking at all the cool rocks that have been flooded to the surface in the past year. I’m 1/10 of mile to the water of Elk River at the Eastern most point of Lauderdale County North Alabama and Limestone Co. Our town boundaries are all water ways except north which ends at Giles Co, Tennessee. So it’s not hard to be close to the waterways, Elk River, and the banks. and that’s where all of the house on my road get there driveways lol (don’t tell TVA). My ruler is hiding but I have a 3x6 envelope and it’
  8. My wife ordered a 2 x 1 x 1 Meter raised bed for herbs last week and it was just delivered today. The first thing I did before I start putting the thing together was to dig up a plot of that size at the edge of the garden where I'll be placing it for her. It's interesting what you can come up with when you're turning over a new area in an old garden. When we first moved in and I started rearranging things out there I dug up a nice rock crystal block as well as things like marbles, plastic toys and other household paraphernalia. This time along with a couple of marbles I dug up a nicely preserv
  9. Hey everyone! I was wondering if you could please help me identify these items and whether they are worth keeping! I found these three today at Beaumaris. The first one (pictures 1 + 2) appears to be some odd, fortuitous weathering of sandstone? In the second (picture 2) it seems that there may be some possible gastropod remains in there? The third item - the baguette! (pictures 3 + 4) It caught my interest due to the ridges on the top and flat base. I assume it's likely an sandstone concretion? It feels like rock on the outside and isn't as heavy as ironstone.
  10. Bryon K Young

    Color, texture, shape

    Found around some plants in my yard. Very bright color, a few different shapes. Would appeciate any help in ID. and age would be great.
  11. Wolf89

    2 ID's

    Found these in eastern NC.
  12. Wolf89

    Lots of IDS needed

    I guys I have a large amount of unidentified fossils (40+). I was hoping you guys can Identify them for me. All were found in eastern NC (Aroura or Emerald Isle beach) Thanks, for any help. I have them numbered for easy reference. I also have them next to quarters and pennies for size reference. The quarter is 1 inch tall and wide and pennies are .75 inch tall and wide I can take more pics upon request 1.
  13. Any Idea what dinosaur or even type of bone it is.
  14. Hi and thanks to all those who will help me I found this fossil in northern Italy and I can't figure out what it is. Found it in a grotto. Thank you:)
  15. Omtom23

    Unidentified fossil!

    Found on Winterton Beach, Norfolk, East coast of England. Any help appreciated. Many Thanks.
  16. Hey guys. Still working on this one but hoping someone can tell me what the heck it is? No idea.
  17. So I've had a post before asking this but, does anyone know any fossils sites near Minneapolis, I know there is Lilydale, but it's currently closed, I don't care if it's a ditch next to a road, or if you need a permit I just want to know LEGAL fossil sites that I can go to, hunt, collect and leave! Thank you for the help!
  18. Jsd789

    Help Me Id This Fossil!

    If someone could please ID this for me it would be really helpful! I need to know by tonight!
  19. Please help me figure out what this is! My Dad found it near his work about a year ago. It looks like it could be made out of road pavement or some kind of rock. It appears to have two slanted slits for eyes, two inward-curved ears, and what kind of looks like a spine on the back of it. I've attached photos, please help!
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