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  1. pachy-pleuro-whatnot-odon

    Where are all the British mosasaurs?

    Hi all, While I'm aware that current Cretaceous exposures in Britain are largely restricted to the south and east coasts of the islands (see geological map below; source), significant marine deposition is said to have taken place across much of Great Britain from the Aptian onward (source). As such - and especially considering the richness of the record of the marine ecosystem during the Jurassic- one would expect an abundance of marine reptile remains to be known from British Late Cretaceous sediments as well, the epitome of which, of course, would be the
  2. Katm

    Items found

    Hello everyone we came across some cool finds at the old hunstanton beach uk one looks like a tooth or claw (could be a rock or flint) the other is an impression on what I think may be wood (it’s very lightweight) IMG_0430.MOV
  3. will stevenson

    Will's summer 2021

    Hi Guys, I’ve been doing a bit of hunting this summer and thought some of you might like to see what I have found , this trip report is mostly going to focus on finds as in the moment, I wasn’t great at taking photos now I’m not very organised so we aren’t doing this in a chronological order, I’m just going to describe each site separately the bulk of my hunting occurred on the Isle of Wight, so it is only natural that we start there, I’m going to start with one of the less interesting sites, whale chine (an image from the internet) , I stopped here on the way to the
  4. Gideon

    Pterosaur limb bexhill uk

    Hi tff I can’t see this can be anything other than a pterosaur limb bone? when I first saw it I thought it may be a burrow, and checked in case there was a crustacean sat inside. early Cretaceous, bexhill uk, floodplain. About 20cm apologies photos aren’t great
  5. Best of my ammonites 2.0 reloaded. I decided to redo “ best of my ammonite” thread because my old thread is a little outdated. I have given so many of my ammonites away to friends that it seamed strange been called my collection . Also I have found some new , older finds and gifted ammonites that I have never shown before so it should be entertaining. I hope you don’t mind seeing a few duplicates in the next weeks post. I will post 3 specimens now and a couple of more every week. My dyslexia is very time consuming so this thread will keep me busy to Christmas and beyond.
  6. Hi, I'm very new to this and have had a couple of trips to Aust cliff uk recently. I hadn't really found much but today I found this tooth/bone? I have tried a little of my own research and have hit a dead end. I think it may be ichthysaur but I'm not sure if it's a bone or a rather long thin tooth. It appears to be hollow.Could anyone help me with an I.D please? Many thanks 20210921_213640.heic 20210921_213649.heic 20210921_214010.heic
  7. Zer0Sec

    Unknown find from beginner

    Hey guys, I am new to fossil hunting but do have some amazing areas in the NE of England to visit. I found this at Saltburn beach last week and have been having trouble identifying it. Could you please help? It's about the size of a small tangerine if that helps.
  8. grg1109

    Brachiopod id?

    From the Jurassic corallian of gilberts grave in the UK. Acquired from Will Stevenson. They were originally discovered in a rock with this approx. configuration...however fell appart like dominos at the last second...so, I glued them in their basic configuration and added the powdered rock in the holes between them. Thanks Greg
  9. Tidgy's Dad

    Odontopleurid.

    I found this in a road cut about forty years ago. But in all the time since, the labels and my memory have become mixed up or lost. I remember it as 'Acidaspis' but that was only my name for it at the time, I didn't do much research. It was either in the Llanvirn shales (Middle Ordovician) or the Wenlock Shales (Middle Silurian) of Shropshire, UK, but again I can't remember precisely where and the label is lost. Seems to be the pygidium and about half the thorax. 2 cm wide, spines included and 1.5 cm long with the spines. (still doing a little m
  10. Archie

    Asteracanthus tenuis

    From the album: Mesozoic Shark Teeth, England

    Asteracanthus tenuis Jurassic, Bajocian Ketton quarry, Lincolnshire 175 mya 14mm (across base)
  11. Calli99

    Salthill Quarry, UK

    About a week ago my boyfriends' parents and uncle came to visit us in Lancaster and on Monday I had the pleasure of entertaining them for the day while my boyfriend was pulled away unexpectedly by work. With the prospect of a beautiful drive (and of course, selfishly, some fossils) I decided to take them to Salthill Quarry. It's an interesting site as it's an old limestone quarry that has been turned into a nature reserve, in the middle of an industrial park. Whilst walking we all thought we could smell bakery goods and were getting hungry, I looked this up later and found a pet fo
  12. RoseyLuna

    Fossil or Rock?

    Hey, we recently went to the Jurassic coast on a family camping and fossil hunt holiday, we are not experienced fossil hunters but me and my husband really love reading about them and viewing them in shops and museums. Our Daughter is 5 and she found this on the beach in Lyme Regis, UK. I told her it was a rock but she is very keen to find out if it could be a fossil due to the middle being a different texture. We also found many Ammonites and what I believe is a back bone, but I will share those separately Thanks!
  13. Omnomosaurus

    British Theropod Bone?

    Hey folks, got a big one to cross-check with everyone. It's a partial....something. Does this match any identifiable features seen on theropods, like the shape of a pubis or scapula? Location: Oxfordshire, England Size: 220mm X 221mm Any help would be muchos appreciated. Cheers!
  14. grg1109

    UK Fossil Shells id

    These are from the Cretaceous Greensands of Shanklin and Jurassic of Gilbert's Grave in the UK. I'm told that the first is a lamellibranch and the second is a rhyonachellid...the rest are Brachiopods. Perhaps @Tidgy's Dad will comment? Thanks Greg
  15. Still_human

    hollow ribs? pterosaur?

    Hi there, I’d like to get the expert opinion of you all. Could these be pterosaur ribs? i just know they’re from Whitney, Yorkshire. As you can see, they’re hollow, and all I know of, that would have little hollow ribs like that are pterosaurs, and avian dinosaurs, but I'd imagine it was very uncommon for articulated ribs from a raptor to make it to, and “survive” an aquatic deposit, intact and untouched, although I know pterosaur bones are sometimes found in aquatic fossil deposits, at least from coastal areas. I'm not sure what else would be found there with hollow ribs, and these also seem
  16. Hello, We found this item in a crop field when out on a hike and would greatly appreciate any help to identify whether it is a bone or something else. It looks like the end of a bone, the ball bit that goes into the joint or maybe not? We first thought it was human or mammal but then saw it was fossilized rock with signs of wear and tear and maybe teeth marks. Also we can see what looks like fossilized pinkish marrow in the middle of the bone that is more prominent than the picture shows (sorry) with little air pockets. There was also lots of rocks and interesting bits and piece
  17. I've spent a fair amount of time now combing the beaches around Lyme Regis and Charmouth in Dorset, England, and thought i would put together a topic that presents all of my marine reptile bone finds (so far) in one place. The fossils here are Early Jurassic in age, approx. 195-190 million years old and come predominantly from the Blue Lias and Charmouth Mudstone formations. I first visited this area in 2013 with the simple goal of finding at least one ichthyosaur vertebra, and now after three subsequent trips in 2014, 2017 and 2019, i've put together a far better assortment of finds than i co
  18. Finnlfc19

    What are these markings?

    Just been sent this photo by a friend in Whitby, UK, any ideas what it could be?
  19. grg1109

    Assorted sea shells from the UK

    I purchased some "fossil rocks" from the UK. The darker ones are from the cretaceous greensand of shanklin. The White chalk one is from the Isle of Wight. Thanks Greg
  20. Hello, I am looking to get some legit fossils for my girlfriend and I am eager not to be scammed, what reputable UK websites are there that sell good fossils?
  21. Shannon_marie

    Uk find

    Hi I found this but I don't currently have the tools to get it out. Any one any clues what it is so far? 20210630_133849.mp4
  22. Shannon_marie

    Found at Kettleness UK

    Good morning, I was searching the beach and found these! Please could you help me identify whether these are fossils or not? I'm an amateur so I don't have any tools. I've also added at the bottom some pics of ammonites and a belemnite I found
  23. Bilbo99

    Is this a fossil?

    Hi, I found this by the river hodder in Lancashire UK yesterday. It was about a foot square. Is it a fossil?
  24. DinoFossilsUK

    UK Vertebrae ID

    I'm trying to help someone ID some vertebrae they found recently. They were found in east London, around 4 meters underground in black sticky soil. My first thought was that they looked similar to dolphin vertebrae, and my knowledge of stuff like that isn't great, so any help would be much appreciated! (Actually, I've just realised they're probably from a bison or something similar - I haven't a clue when it comes to mammal verts. The black preservation seems odd though.)
  25. Philip Tovell

    Unknown Fossil Found in Bottle Dump

    Hello, I'm very new to this, so I hope I get things right here. Can anyone help me identify this? I found it in an old bottle-dump near Selkirk in the Scottish Borders that dates back to the 1960s. It's on the broken edge of a stone slab but from what I can see it measures about 5.7 cm across. Is it some kind of shell? If anyone needs more info I'd be happy to give it. Thanks in advance!
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