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  1. We got it today from someone who just came back from Morocco. It's 25" high x 30" wide and has I believe 7-9 specimens. The 2 large ones are both 13.5 inches each. I tried to get the clearest photos I could with my phone. I also used a UV light to check for resin and repairs but I'm pretty much a newbie. 1 photo of the back is with a flash. So, is it authentic?
  2. Steph

    Paleozoic Finds

    Hello, I am hoping for some input regarding some recent rock finds in an area recently exposed after heavy rains & flooding. I will probably split them up over a couple of posts. Appreciate any help in understanding these rocks. Location: Vestavia Hills, AL Paleozoic (from Ordovician to Pennsylvanian) Rock 1: Object just left of center- Bivalve? Trilobite? Rock 1: dark areas are moss - creating a bit of an optical illusion in the photo. Rock 1: close up of area on top right of rock 1, Shiny brown with white outline with some type of inclusion. Rock 1: close up of b
  3. Gareth_

    Gerastos Trilobite?

    Hey all I picked up this trilobite really cheap from a seller I trust but I've seen him make mistakes before so I'll get the opinions from experts here! Is the ID correct? Can you spot any repairs? Under UV there is something at the back of the trilobite, I can also spot a crack in the matrix so it might be a splodge of glue. Based on the price I paid, I assume these are really common.... or did I find a diamond in the rough or the preservation just isn't as good as some others in this genus? Seller said Gerastos 360 million years old Morocco
  4. BentonlWalters

    The Addy Roadcut

    Washington state is well known for its beautifully preserved fossil crabs and leaf impressions but recently I have been fascinated by some of the less recognised Palaeozoic material from the northeast of the state. Last week I had the opportunity to visit a large roadcut outside of Addy, Wa. I first learned of this location a few years back researching the Palaeozoic of Washington and spending about an hour at the site what I found far exceeded my expectations. The roadcut, published by Okulitch (1951) cuts through the Addy Quartzite Formation which is of Lower Cambrian age and is one of only
  5. Dean Ruocco

    Kinzers trip

    I took my good friend @cameronsfossilcollection out the other week to my kinzers spot. Here’s some of are finds.
  6. so just recently i was going on a trip to look for fossils, trilobites specifically. On the trip i was able to find plenty of goodies; brachiopods, bryozoa, etc… But i never found any trilobites—well, except a possible pygidium. I did my digging at Savanna, IL, which from what I could find was known for finding lots of trilobites; and complete ones at that. Was I doing something wrong on my trip? I guess what i’m asking is there some way to more easily find trilobite fossils? Like, is there a way to tell what areas are likely to have trilobite fossils or what rocks wou
  7. Only two weeks ago, when i was out rock hunting on the south western coast of Norway, I found two rocks with fossils inside them. In Norway, fossils are only found in Oslo, Trondheim and on the northern part of Norway. The only fossils found in the west are in Ritlandskratere, an ancient meteor crater, four hours away from where i found mine. The fossils are some brachiopods and clams, a trilobite tail, a belemnite fragment and a belemnite phragmocone. There could maybe be some new species or sub species. I am waiting for the response of the Natural History
  8. Hi all, I went on my first fossil hunt today! Destination was the DSR quarry near Hamilton, NY. We had great fall weather and the leaves are really starting to turn. Here’s who we encountered:
  9. Hello everyone, I am relatively new to trilobite collecting, and I don't know where to get real trilobites. I am not very good at telling real from fake, so I'm avoiding online, Etsy, ect. Does anybody know where to buy real trilobites? Thanks
  10. skiman1016

    Moroccan Trilobite ID

    This was the first fossil I ever bought, I wasn’t even in kindergarten. I didn’t know what a trilobite was at the time but thought it looked cool. The only info I have is that it’s from Morocco. My best guess is something in the family Calymenidae.
  11. Mschaecer81

    Fossil book

    What is best book for fossils? What you have at home that you use to check what species? I'm more interested in book that list all species if possible.... some books don't.
  12. I 've got questions about these trilobite species. Basically, when I search for Cambropallas, I also get search results of Andalusiana. Sometimes the results even show Cambropallas (Andalusiana). The same occurs for Metacanthina and Hollardops, where results of Hollardops (Metacanthina) occurs. Are Metacanthina and Hollardops the same family of trilobites? Which is the scientific name? Are Andalusiana and Cambropallas the same family too? Which is the scientific name? Thanks!
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