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  1. Kurczak

    Bone

    Hi What bone animal is it? Location:Częstochowa ,Southern Poland Age:?
  2. Kurczak

    Fossil plant

    Hi I found such a flat piece. It is benetite? Age: Cretaceous? Location: Wisła river area,Southern Poland,Kraków
  3. Kurczak

    Cretaceous coprolite?

    Is it coprolite? Location: Southern Poland Age : Touronian ,Cretaceous Size :24 mm x 25 mm
  4. Kurczak

    Shark tooth piece or bone?

    Hi Is this bone or shark tooth piece ? Age : Cretaceous, Touronian location : Southern Poland
  5. Kurczak

    What bone is it?

    Hi Whats animal bone is it ? This is not fossils . Mayby medieval ?
  6. Literature: A. Jerzmanska. 1968. Ichtyofaune des couches a ménilite (flysch des Karpathes). Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 13(3):379-488
  7. Kurczak

    Hair?

    Hi Is this hair , feather or algae fossil? Age : Campanian Location : Southern Poland
  8. Kasia

    New Jurassic site

    Hello, I made this trip actually yet in 2020, on December 29th, but I didn't have time to post it earlier. I went to Sulejów, which is a former limestone mine now flooded with water: Nearby there is an active mine, but they don't let in fossil hunters Anyway, I was hoping that the water level would be low enough to permit browsing the slopes and it was so - of course not in every place. Some parts of the reservoir are overgrown and not very accessible: There were however a few slopes where I could go closer to the water level and brow
  9. Alternative name: Idrissia carpathica Literature: A. M. Prokofiev (2010): Two new genera of Oligocene Stomiiformes. Journal of Ichthyology 50(8):590-595. KOTLARCZYK, J.; JERZMAÑSKA, A.; OEWIDNICKA, E.; WISZNIOWSKA, T.(2006): A FRAMEWORK OF ICHTHYOFAUNAL ECOSTRATIGRAPHY OF THE OLIGOCENE–EARLY MIOCENE STRATA OF THE POLISH OUTER CARPATHIAN BASIN. Annales Societatis Geologorum Poloniae (2006), vol. 76: 1–111.
  10. Kasia

    What is it?

    Hello, These are fossils I found during my recent visit to the Pleistocene site. Any idea which animal it could belong to?
  11. Kasia

    Could this be wood?

    Hello Everyone, today I went again to my favourite Pleistocene site - and a friend of mine found something that he thinks could be a fossilised wood. He thinks it could have been brought here by the glacier. It looks like this: It's not very big, as you can see - but quite heavy. Does this look like wood to you? I will appreciate your feedback. Kasia
  12. Kasia

    New Miocene site

    Hello everyone, two weeks ago I went for a short fossil hunting trip - first a Devonian location, which I believe I have already presented, then the Silurian one - also reported before. The last place was a Miocene site that I have never visited before. It's called Smerdyna and is referred to locally as a "little grand canyon" As you can see on the map, it streches for more than 3 km - it's like a huge crack in the middle of flat land: From the ground level it looks like this:
  13. Hi everyone, I'm new here and I hope I can find identification with the help of this forum, I don't know much about fossil, I'm interested in everything that's old and in history in general. This summer my 5y old son found the attached bone(?) at a beach in Poland (city of Sopot) and i didn't thought much about it. Yesterday I used Google lense and it displayed other similar bones of raptor(?) Toe bones. Maybe you guys know more about it, i thank you in advance for your help. My son is super interested in dinosaur of course and i try to give him
  14. Hi, as recently I have been going mainly to the Pleistocene location, I have lots of surplus fossils I will gladly trade I'm not looking for anything specific - all offers are welcome. Set A Set B Set C Set D All these fossils come from Góra Kalwaria, Poland.
  15. Mioplosus_Lover24

    Fish Aspirations!

    One of the rarest and most unique fossils are aspiration pieces! I have been very lucky in acquiring 2 over the course of collecting, neither are incredibly good, but their rarity alone makes them that much more desirable! I would love to see anyone else's fish with eyes bigger than their stomachs!
  16. Kasia

    Teeth and more

    Dear TFF Members, these are the fossils I found during my last fossil hunt - I need help with ID No. 1 Skull and vert of? No. 2 A part of jaw with 1 tooth No. 3 Teeth of?
  17. Gen. et sp. indet.

    shell in flint

    Erratic boulder found in Poland so no geological context, but I'm guessing Cretaceous circa about ;-) Can you identify this species? Maybe Lopha sp.?
  18. Gen. et sp. indet.

    unknown shell

    I find the ribbing of this shell peculiar. Do you recognize this taxon? Oxfordian of Poland. Associated finds include: sponges, brachiopods & bivalves.
  19. Dimitris

    Geological maps

    Hello, Found this great site today that has nice geological maps for many Eastern European countries, plus some more. http://www.geokniga.org/maps Some maps are outdated in terms of roads, but the geology remains more or less the same. Zoom in and out using +,- on your left. If someone not familiar is interested in those areas, use this site to convert Cyrillic to latin, then translate. https://www.lexilogos.com/keyboard/russian.htm The legends on the maps though are international and recognized by colour.
  20. From the album: Brachiopodes, Shells, corals, sponges......

    Aulacella prisca (Schnur, 1851) Eifelian, Skaly, Poland
  21. From the album: Brachiopodes, Shells, corals, sponges......

    Primipilaria primipilaris. (von Buch, 1834) Devonien - eifel Grzegorzowice - Skały Poland
  22. From the album: Brachiopodes, Shells, corals, sponges......

    Primipilaria primipilaris mid Dévonian ,Eifelian Skaly, Holy cross mountains, Poland
  23. gigantoraptor

    Polish coprolite: shark?

    Hello all This summer I found this coprolite in the Odra quarry in Poland. I found around 6 of these but nothing else. The other members of the group found shark teeth and some other stuff. Mosasaur remains are also found there, but extremely rare. I know it's hard to assign coprolites to kind of animal, but is this what a shark coprolite would look like? Around 1 cm.
  24. gigantoraptor

    Poland: Pine Cone or Plant debris

    Hello all I found this little piece last July in the Folwark quarry in Poland. Pretty sure it's just some regular plant debris, since that's a pretty common find there, but it keeps looking like a little desarticulated pine cone. It's pretty small, around 1 cm, and from the Late Cretaceous.
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