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  1. 我是悉尼的新手,我想找到化石,三叠纪鱼是最好的(化石很好) 请原谅我英语不好 I am new to Sydney and I want to find fossils, Triassic fish is the best (fossils are good) Excuse me for bad english
  2. Hi, recently I was at Turimetta headland on the northern beaches found this within 15 minutes, will be going Back soon to give it another go, anyone know what this might be?
  3. Bryceg

    First finds (i think)

    Hi i am new to fossil hunting i found a few finds in the illawara region around coalcliffe looks like maybe 2 crabs and aome petrified wood id love some info from more expirienced people thanks a bunch
  4. Bryceg

    First finds (i think)

    Hi i am new to fossil hunting i found a few finds in the illawara region around coalcliffe looks like maybe 2 crabs and aome petrified wood id love some info from more expirienced people thanks a bunch
  5. Fossil footprints found in Sydney suburb are from the earliest swimming tetrapods in Australia by Phil Bell, University of New England https://phys.org/news/2020-05-fossil-footprints-sydney-suburb-earliest.html Roy M. Farman et al. Australia's earliest tetrapod swimming traces from the Hawkesbury Sandstone (Middle Triassic) of the Sydney Basin, Journal of Paleontology (2020). DOI: 10.1017/jpa.2020.22 https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-paleontology/article/australias-earliest-tetrapod-swimming-traces-from-the-hawkesbury-sandston
  6. Hi all, I'm just looking for some advice on how to get started with this hobby. I have a lot of interest but not a lot of knowledge- I have a few fossils that I don't know what they are and a few rocks that look a little weird that may or may not be fossils. I go through the threads on here and some sound like they're using a whole different language with all the technical terms haha. It's all a little overwhelming right now, so where would be the best place to start learning? A Fossils for Dummies guide would be great. I'm located in North West Sydney but make trips down to Newcastle every no
  7. i get some informationabout at northern beach there has fossil , but northern beach is too big that I want to know more details about fossil bed
  8. I didn’t have much time to look around this museum as I had a flight to catch at 1 but I Tried my best to look around and photograph the geological exhibits taking in mind that the museum also has a great collection of animals and aboriginal artefacts that I couldn’t take photos of ,, enjoy (:
  9. Just for a bit if background I was collecting at turimetta headland bear Sydney and I had found several ferns which was decent considering I only had 1 hour but on my way back I spotted these and was wondering whether they were fossils too (probably not knowing me (; )
  10. I was just wondering as I have researched fossils around Sydney and found most places are closed if anyone knew any good places to hunt. (:
  11. Lukenathan

    First ever find - Sydney NSW.

    This is my first ever find on my first ever fossil hunting trip with my 4 year old son. It appears to be a nice plant imprint. I found it in loose shale on Narabeen Head, Sydney, NSW. Would be nice to get confirmation of what it is, I'm very new to this. Thanks in advance for any comments.
  12. I have a bit of an unusual question here - I'm actually hunting for small, rather than large, pieces of petrified wood. I'm a hobby aquarist, and since it's very expensive to buy aquarium rocks from a pet store, I'm looking for my own. Problem is, all I can find is sandstone, which isn't good in fish tanks. Petrified wood would be perfect for my tank, and I read that it's quite common in Australia. Can I easily and legally find it lying around in Sydney? I don't want anything special, small and light pieces are ideal. I know it's not relevant to this forum, but if anyone here knows
  13. Hi all, Was hoping someone here might know what type of plant material this is. I'm pretty sure it is from the Wianamatta Group and was found while bushwalking in the Hornsby district of Sydney. I'm thinking it may be a form of equisetum stem? Thanks, Kind regards, Roy
  14. Dittodj

    Fossil Shops

    Hey, Im a big fan of fossils and only have a small collection. I live in Sydney, Australia and was wondering if anyone on this forum knew of any good real fossil shops? Any shop would be fine but the more authentic fossils, the better! Thanks
  15. Someone searching the Maritimes for nice articulated plants would ususally end up being referred to known fossil localities in Nova Scotia such as Sydney, Cape Breton. The ferns and other flora found in the coal rich cliffs of Cape Breton are of exceptional quality, but what if I tell you that there's a location in New Brunswick that yields specimens that matches in quality? This province has made many contributions to the field of geology and paleontology since Mitchell and Gesner in the 1850s and the days of the Stonehammer Club. There had been a lull for decades, but with the surging in ge
  16. Continued from Part 1 After taking a moment to try to sum up some courage to go down the cable (stupid fear of heights), we made it down to the beach and proceeded to walk North and around Cranberry Point. Cranberry Point The strata of these cliffs, as of many of the coast in this area, have a small angle, making identification of specific layers traceable for long distances. Coal seams were numerous and shale layers very thick at some spots. Getting closer to the North-East section of the point, we could start seeing Carboniferous flora such as calamites and trees in situ, in their gro
  17. Hey, I was wondering if anyone could recommend some good places around Sydney. Preferably less that 3 h away from Sydney. Make sure you can collect there! Thanks
  18. Hi Guys I was just walking on the beach on Berry Island Reserve in North Sydney and saw these marks on the rock, Just wanted to check if they are fossils and if yes what are they? Thanks
  19. **NOTE** In Nova Scotia, it is illegal to collect fossils or archaeological artifacts without a Heritage Permit or proper authorization. You can message me if you want more info. Hang on tight, my posts are usually long winded! [Taken from my blog: http://redleafz.blogspot.ca] Not too long ago I had made a list of fossil locations I would like to visit when I felt more knowledgeable and honed some of my field work skills. I had told my friend Matt Stimson (who works in the field of palaeontology) that I thought of heading East in Cape Breton sometime in the Summer. He wanted to tag alon
  20. Continued from Part 2 - Day 3 Sunday was our last day in Cape Breton. We had decided that we'd do a little bit of free-styling around the Donkin Peninsula, and bring our friend Kendra along. Her family was heading back home, and proposed to drop her off at her parent's house on our way back. We spent the whole late morning and early afternoon exploring Cape Breton's Eastern shore. We made our way to Glace Bay for lunch within that drive, but I have a hard time to remember if we stopped in Donkin before or after. Heading towards the cliffs along the Donkin Peninsula This freestylin' d
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