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  1. Foote

    Weird stuff?

    Three round spiny things and a bunch of fossiles jammed together in a lump. A weird rock that i wish was a dino toe bone lol but it aint. Central alberta rock hunting trip
  2. Hello, I found this fossil in South Central Kansas, 20 miles north of Oklahoma border. A pond was dredged and this was found on a sand pile. Could someone please help me identify it?
  3. Syrena

    A round fossil

    Hey, does anyone have any idea about this fossil? found in a forest in Estonia
  4. Hey Folks, My 5 year old son found this close to home. It’s about the size of a small fingernail, and appears to be only a half shape, if that makes any sense? The object does not appear to continue beneath the matrix. Any idea what it might be? Thanks, E&B
  5. GravaT

    Reptile skin

    Hello. Writing from Quebec, Canada. I was given a small box of trinkets from a friend who passed on. Inside were a few rocks and one of them looks as if there are skin impressions. Tiny but definitely looks skin like. Any one have an idea. I’ll try and take more pics later. It’s about a a half inch in diameter. Thanks.
  6. John Corbet

    What are these, eggs?

    I found these while digging in red clay on the banks of the crooked creek that runs primarily through bollinger county. In the same location that I have been finding many smithville snail fossils. They are egg shaped and fairly brittle. All were in the same spot in the clay. Can anyone help me identify them. Are they fossils, if so what?
  7. Leslielauren

    Wierd tubular fossil

    I found this wierd tubular fossil while rock hunting in central kansas limestone. Any ideas ?
  8. Veronicarosignoli

    Found on lake edge Norris Lake. TN

    An anyone tell us if this is a fossil? And what it might be. It was found by my granddaughter. We did not have a metric ruler
  9. Veronicarosignoli

    Found on lake edge Norris Lake. TN

    An anyone tell us if this is a fossil? And what it might be. It was found by my granddaughter. We did not have a metric ruler
  10. The Basic Dinosaur Egg Guide Many people often mistake a concretion for an egg, to help clarify what is a concretion, and what is a real egg, here is a guide. A quick overview with examples: How to spot a concretion: How are they different from eggs? A concretion is a rather common rock made of tightly compressed minerals. Typically, concretions are a smooth sphere or oval with little to no surface texture or just a few bumps. Often nearly a perfect sphere, sometimes more of an oval. In a concretion, there
  11. Jerry W.

    Not sure about this one

    This belongs to a friend of mine. Never seen anything like it myself, so I have no information for now. He thought it might be Halysite (chain coral).
  12. blackmoth

    Large neuropteris frond?

    found this piece in a CP(early P or late C) stratum west of beijing, China, in which the most common stuff is neuropteris ovata. The vein is obvously neuropteris type, as can be seen easly under the sun, if not in the pic. The stem is about 5mm wide, which can be used as the scale. I have never seen neuropteris with this shape and size.
  13. Latte42

    Can anyone identify this object?

    This is the size of a 50 cent piece for those familiar with that coin. It measures about 2 inches in diameter - it's a bit oblong however. I can supply more photos if needed. Someone might identify this immediately with just the 2 photos. This was found recently along the Atlantic Coast shoreline along an outgoing tide after a storm. It's the shape of a top of a mushroom, even with the bottom having an a small indent in center. It's texture feels like pumice, and is light in weight like pumice. As you can see the tissue (or sheet) layers upon layers of holes that create this roun
  14. My brother found this while hiking I believe around Mammoth Lakes, California. Its almost perfectly round and feels somewhat light so it may be hollow. Google says its a concretion. My mom thinks its a Geode. What do you think?
  15. CBchiefski

    Advanced Dinosaur Egg Guide

    The Advanced Dinosaur Egg Guide Please share this with those who have egg questions. When possible, technical terms were avoided or defined. Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, but it is always important to do your own research. This guide is merely a snapshot of information taken from many scientific publications. I am not an expert on eggs, rather I just love sharing what little I have learned over the years, what science has learned over the years. For an overview on how to spot a fossilized dinosaur egg and the sizes of eggs, see the basic guide:
  16. edteach

    Not sure what this is.

    I was looking in a creek bed for arrow heads and this popped up. I thought it was strange. The core is stone also.
  17. jimmythekid27

    Is this a fossil?

    Found on a Southern England beach on our Honeymoon, just wondered what it was?
  18. gorgon


    Found on shoreline on Grand Traverse Bay, East Arm, @45th parallel. Interesting pattern of dimples within a small bowl like depression. The stone is a light tan color. The lighting on image was adjusted to bring out the dimple pattern more clearly.
  19. Srabner

    ID looks like straws

    Hello, Looks like I don't know much, as this should be an easy ID. Thanks
  20. Tomg

    Fossil id

    Hi. I found this fossil on the Lake Michigan shore in rocks that were brought in for a seawall, so I don't know where it might actually be from. Any help is appreciated. Thanks
  21. DocLiv

    Possible Fossil?

    Hi All! I found this interesting piece of rock near my house in Alpine, Wyoming. I was at approximately 7000ft elevation in the Snake River Range when I found it. I don't know what era the rock here is from. Fossil Butte National Monument is about 100 miles south of here with fossils from the Eocene if that helps. Thanks for looking, Steve.
  22. joshuajbelanger

    Help me figure this one out

    So, occasionally at work I scour the land for fossils. The land for the port of Tampa has been dredged up from the gulf of mexico, and I have found numerous fossils and artifacts. I have ran across two of the specimens that I'm showing you now. It's something geological, I can assure you. I can't find any answers in the UF books or websites for what this may be. I think it is more recent as it has been found with modern bivalves. It is encased with limestone which fisses with vinegar, but the actual ball does not. It is a sphere, but not perfect. Help me figure this one out, or at least po
  23. john h dalton

    round walnut looking rocks

    we find these in the Morrison formation here in Wyoming. They look a lot like, and I've always thought they were some kind of nut or seed pod. They are rare in most of the Morrison but when you find them, you find a lot. Usually in a central location they will be lots of them but as you go out further they become fewer. just like you would find around acorns around a oak tree. '
  24. HeatherT

    What is this

    While hiking a dry riverbed I came across this. It has a few shell imprints, which is very common here, but the rounded area I've never seen before. Is this a fossil or have I just come across a neat rock formation? I'm still trying to resize the photos but if you need a different picture, let me know. Thanks!
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