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  1. 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
  2. No images (yet, they are coming), yesterday in celebration of my Stereo Microscope (3.5 to 90x with camera port) shipping I decided to go fossil hunting. @71 I have to be careful when I go hunting (my wife it turns out is a fair weather digger) by myself. I have spent the last months working on my collections from the summer in two Keasey Formation locations (deep and shallow marine) with good manual tools and a dremel, but with sup-optimal hand optics (one is actually a very nice 8x optic but just to hard to use). So my wife said why don't you get a reasonable scope (would be my first since h
  3. FossilizedJello

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  4. butchndad

    More Big Brook what?

    Found at big brook they appear to be the same but same what? Thanks again
  5. Playa sinkhole opens up a large cave beneath highway Explorers find 2 1/2-million-year-old sea snail fossils https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/playa-sinkhole-opens-up-a-large-cave-beneath-highway/ https://www.voanews.com/americas/mexican-highway-sinkhole-reveals-fossil-filled-cave Yours, Paul H.
  6. Chris Jones

    Ammonites and gastropods.

    Hello, sorry to be a pain with all these IDs. I thought itd be easier if I just put all of them in one post. All were found in Northamptonshire, UK. Which is mostly Jurassic in age. Sorry there's no scale, I couldn't find my ruler anywhere. I'll have to upload more images below this. Its been quite some time since I've found ammonites. The land had just been rotavated, and aside from the ammonites, I found some Bivalves, and two golf balls buried. Thanks. These are the first two ammonites, I tried to ID them, but they are incomplete, so it was a difficulty, the closest I
  7. JamesAndTheFossilPeach

    4/19/2019

    after arriving in Utah I was itching to get out and dig. So I found a spot on google and boy did it pay off. I anyone knows what layer it is or what these are please let me know. I can’t do close up of any of the fossils tomorrow if need be.
  8. Hi! I would like to trade these Nerinea snails,they were found in Valjevo,Western Serbia. They are from the Jurassic period.If anyone is interested send PM! In return i would like to trade these for teeth mostly,but if not other fossils are possible too Kind regards, Darko
  9. Dear TFF members, I need help with confirming the age of fossils I have found during the trip to the chalk mine in Mielnik. These specimens were found in the slopes and on the road leading to the mine, so a few tens of metres above the chalk deposits. I have read about the Ordovician deposits streching from Białowieża to Mielnik, so maybe they indeed come from this time? The specimens comprise corals, crinoids and brachiopods. I will appreciate your comments/ suggestions.
  10. Hi everyone ! I'm here as u know to show u my Personal finds which are now also in my collection.All of the fossils belongs to Miocene epoch (14,5myo) and they're found in Marl stone Quarry in Popovac,Serbia.Here u can see almost whole fish fossil,just without the head and the tail.I hope soon to find one whole . Except that fish,you can also see many fish remains,snail,lake clams,leaf,Equisetum part i think also...And one tinny bone,i honestly don't think that's from a fish tho.I hope u will enjoy Pozdrav, Darko
  11. I have a couple of new fossils I need identified. By my guess they are Ammonites but what do I know? I'm fortunate that these snails come with some identification, a small piece of paper with some handwriting on it. From top to bottom, it says "Large Agate Snails, viviparous, miocene, Lahonten Formation, Black Rock Desert, Winnemucca, Nevada." I'm a little confused because from what I've read, Lake Lahonten did not exist during the Miocene epoch. The smaller snail is about 2½ cm (1") long, from top to bottom in the picture, and the larger snail is about 3 cm (1½") long. Is there anything anyon
  12. 3lost

    Giant land gastropod?

    I cannot find any info on what this might be...and I have spent 10's of hours trying to. It looks to have "bite or tooth scars" on the top (bottom if it's a ammonoid or etc.) rear of the fossil. I bought it at a garage sale near Honey Lake, Ca. I was laughed at, but I still think it's a huge snail of some sort. It's fossil weight is about 45 lbs. Any help with this large paper weight is great. Thank you very much, Jeri
  13. snail

    Semi fossilized snails

    We recently found this sample at about 300 meters elevation, 20 kilometers from the ocean. Can anyone give me an idea of their age from these pictures?
  14. Herb

    Bellerophon graphicus

    From the album: Gastropods through the Ages

    Pennsylvanian, Magoffin Member. of Breathitt Formation. Hazard, Kentucky, USA
  15. This is something I've thought about doing for a while but just haven't gotten around to it. Since I'm always forgetting the names of gastropods I collect, I decided to put them here as a reminder to myself and possibly a resource for others I'm still working on getting positive ID's for more, but here is what I have ID'd so far. Galena Formation Prosser and Stewartville members (Wise Lake Formation equivilant for those in Illinois) Upper Ordovician Southeast Minnesota Maclurites crassa Hormatoma major (still being prepped) Liospira angustata Fusispira inflata Sublulites s
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