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  1. lexandy8081

    Fossil identification

  2. I'm still trying to find an example of a xenomorph for @Rockwood and I ran across this strange scene on my 57 pound rock (yes, we weighed it) from my son's land in Pulaski, TN. I know from what I learned here that the pink part is trepostome bryozoan fossils (I love the coloring, by the way!). It appears to have almost a shell over it, though? And in another place a portion of it is "peeking through" the shell like substance? Is that another type of encrusting bryozoan? If so, would that make this a xenomorph? Thanks! Ramona
  3. OHDave

    Bone Found in TN

    I found this bone on the shore of the Wolf River in TN near the Dale Hollow reservoir. Curious to know what it might be. The bone looks fossilized but I have no idea. Any ideas what this might be?
  4. Jeanniem

    Wonder what it is

  5. fordsmtack

    center hole in rock

    another bedrock small one inch an half. Fossil? Has hole in center one side of rock is about half an inch and the hole goes down inside half of that at least, sorta curvy an lots of texture. I tried my 5x magnifying lamp to look inside an tried the flashlight while taking picture. I just took one pic of the 19 pics in a group -if it will load, didn't know which pic (if any) is well enough to see. It was in the flowerbeds where I found the other fossil rock. I can bring up individuals if you want a bigger few of certain ones.
  6. fordsmtack

    Fossil? imprint /mold type not sure

    It has it all around it an on the ends this one was mostly covered. It might be 2” long an half inch tall on ends an almost a inch tall at tallest point for size. Some shell it looks. I found it in my aunts flowerbeds she had bought rock in 1969 to cover 7 beds. So when I weeded them I'd dig out interesting ones. She's had the same rocks since then. She'd have the rocks cleaned an put back . Kodak, TN. I thought it was the most interesting one. Thought to share. Thank you.
  7. Eben

    Cave find

    How could I find out what this is? I found in a cave along with some other items in TN.
  8. Venefica1981

    What’s this peculiar skull-thingy?

    So, I found this in an area of TN where several marine fossils have turned up (various Gastropoda, trilobites, and more), but this was unearthed at the site of some serious deep water erosion and a small land slide at the banks of a lake. It looks to me like a skull of some sort, where the animal in question perhaps keeled over and laid for a looong time on its right side, hence the “squashing” of that surface. Apart from the somewhat mashed right side, and some chipping to the snout, it’s otherwise perfectly symmetrical.
  9. frogsintn3

    Eastern most part of Tn

    is there anyone still hanging around in this Tn prt?? i live in surgoinsville, hawkins co., tn..i have been finding some really cool croniods, shells, huge burrows, corals, sponges, etc..just looking to see if anyone is near me that may want to hunt..
  10. Rie1004

    3rd TN find

    Attached is another fossil found over 20 years ago in Overton Co TN.
  11. Rie1004

    TN finds

    This was found over 20 years ago in Overton Co TN. The two halves fit together in the shape of a marshmallow. Does anyone know what it might be?
  12. Rie1004

    THE find #2

    Attached is another fossil found over 20 years ago in Overton Co TN.
  13. venefica

    Anything worth a closer look?

    Hello all, I've got boxes and boxes of rocks and fossil-ish bits and pieces that have been collected almost exclusively from an area of NE Tennessee. This particular spot is unique in that there have been massive excavtions done decades ago in the course of the TVA's projects, revealing lots of fascinating things that would otherwise have been stuck, forever, beneath tons of dirt. Flowing water hasn't hurt, either, and most of these items are in the exact state in which they were found. There are many more, some much more compelling and interesting than these, but in the inter
  14. Wkyfossils

    What is this

    Hi I found this piece in middle Tennessee at the lake and its very odd,heavy,and different would luv any thoughts second picture of bottom
  15. Ameenah

    My Largest Cephalopod To Date :)

    Well while letting Maximus take a swim in the lake. . I looked down and there it was plain as day, my new cephalopod. I didn't go out to find fossils today but I did all the same. As I moved the rocks from around it I prayed it wasn't part of a huge rock that I could'nt move, but luck was on my side. I found it at the Percy Priest Lake here in middle Tn.
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