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  1. Archie

    Pygopteris sp and coprolite, 14cm

    From the album: Actinopterygians, Burdiehouse Limestone, Visean, Scotland

    Pygopteris sp. Burdiehouse limestone Lower Carboniferous, Visean Central Belt of Scotland 333.5 mya
  2. Archie

    Deltodus sublaevis

    From the album: Scottish Lower Carboniferous marine shark teeth

    Deltodus sublaevis Charlestown main limestone Lower Carboniferous, Visean Central Belt of Scotland 330 mya
  3. Archie

    Petalodus serratus labial view

    From the album: Scottish Lower Carboniferous marine shark teeth

    Petalodus serratus Charlestown main limestone Lower Carboniferous, Visean Central Belt of Scotland 330 mya
  4. Archie

    Petalodus acuminatus lingual view

    From the album: Scottish Lower Carboniferous marine shark teeth

    Petalodus acuminatus Dockra limestone Lower Carboniferous,Visean Trearne quarry, Ayrshire, Scotland 330 mya
  5. Archie

    Petalodus acuminatus labial view

    From the album: Scottish Lower Carboniferous marine shark teeth

    Petalodus acuminatus Dockra limestone Lower Carboniferous,Visean Trearne quarry, Ayrshire, Scotland 330 mya
  6. Archie

    Psephodus sp.

    From the album: Scottish Lower Carboniferous (Visean) freshwater sharks

    Psephodus sp. Burdiehouse limestone Lower Carboniferous, Visean Central Belt of Scotland 4mm
  7. Archie

    Lepidophloios sp

    From the album: Scottish Lower Carboniferous (Visean) plants

    Lepidophloios sp. Burdiehouse Limestone, Visean Central Belt of Scotland 333.5 myo
  8. Archie

    Sphenopteris biffida

    From the album: Scottish Lower Carboniferous (Visean) plants

    Sphenopteris biffida. Burdiehouse Limestone, Visean Central Belt of Scotland 333.5 myo
  9. Archie

    Calamites Sp.

    From the album: Scottish Lower Carboniferous (Visean) plants

    Calamites sp. Burdiehouse Limestone, Visean Central Belt of Scotland 333.5 myo
  10. Archie

    Unidentified fern

    From the album: Scottish Lower Carboniferous (Visean) plants

    Unidentified fern Burdiehouse Limestone, Visean Central Belt of Scotland 333.5 myo
  11. Archie

    Lepidostrobophylum sp.

    From the album: Scottish Lower Carboniferous (Visean) plants

    Lepidostrobophylum sp. Burdiehouse Limestone, Visean Central Belt of Scotland 333.5 myo
  12. Archie

    Lepidostrobus sp.

    From the album: Scottish Lower Carboniferous (Visean) plants

    Lepidostrobus sp. Burdiehouse Limestone, Visean Central Belt of Scotland 333.5 myo
  13. Archie

    Sphenopteris affinis

    From the album: Scottish Lower Carboniferous (Visean) plants

    Sphenopteris affinis. Burdiehouse Limestone, Visean Central Belt of Scotland 333.5 myo
  14. New member here, first time posting, any help gratefully received! Below are my 5 favorite suspected fossils, all collected from beaches in South East of UK in 2014/15. 1. Suspected Mammal Fossil, Possible Tooth? Found 'Clacton, Essex UK' 2015: 2. Suspected Wood Fossil? Found 'Suffolk Coast', 2015. 3. Suspected Leaf Imprint, on a piece of Flint? Found 'Suffolk Coast', 2014. 4. Suspected Tooth Fossil (may just be a stone)? Found 'Suffolk Coast', 2015. 5. Plant Fossil, possibly a type of Seaweed? Found 'Kent Coast', 2015. Thanks for looking AWJ
  15. Here's a specimen I found last August on the Yorkshire Coast, near Whitby (UK) and have recently got prepared. I didn't prepare it myself, but sent it off and have just got it back. What do you think? The specimen is a Zugodactylites braunianus, and it is from the Upper Lias of North Yorkshire. It's about 185 MYA.
  16. Thought the trilobite-lovers on here might be interested in this new book, "Trilobites of the World", which includes 1000 color photos of beautiful trilobite fossils. It is currently on sale for 10% off, so the price including shipping to the US is only 50 pounds; about $83, but for a 416 page book full of color photos, that's not bad. http://www.siriscientificpress.co.uk/Pages/default.aspx There is also an upcoming "Dinosaurs of the British Isles" book which appears to be a very general popular science overview of UK dinosaur fossils, filled with color photographs and illustrations.
  17. So today I went on my first ever fossil hunting trip, to an abandoned quarry called Hope Quarry near Castleton in Derbyshire, UK. I had no idea whether I would actually find anything or not, but I did find a few things of interest, and the quarry is huge, so in one day I only explored a small part of it. Here are some pictures of the quarry itself, and some of the fossils I found. I would recommend this place, as I am sure there are some fantastic fossils in there just waiting to be found, and I'll be heading back as soon as I can. It is so addictive, I could have stayed there all day and all
  18. 4circle

    Lower Jurassic Ammonites

    Hello, I've just finished cleaning these two ammonites (I think they're the same) from the Lower Jurasic ("Lias") of Lincolnshire, England, and was wondering if someone could help me work out what they are please? Thanks! https://flic.kr/p/neZBmP https://flic.kr/p/neZMzC https://flic.kr/p/nwvPWj https://flic.kr/p/nuryi7
  19. UtahBob

    Ammonite Uk

    I was out at show this weekend and picked up this specimen from a couple from western pennsylvania. They had it marked UK but said it was from Germany. I have no other pyrite fossils and the fact that there were two different ammonites on the nodule made it unique for me. Trying to figure out if this was a worthy acquisition. After taking photos of it, I think I like it a bit more. Hope everyone enjoys it. A bit of research turned up Crucilobiceras and Oxynoticeras for this specimen which looks to be from Charmouth, Dorset UK. I could not find anything in Germany that made sense. Since
  20. ViridianFish

    Ammonite And Other Id Please

    Hi Everyone, This is my first ever post, and I just wanted to let you all know that I am new to fossil hunting, but enjoy it very much. It is quite difficult for me to do on a regular basis as I live in an area of Australia that has very few interesting geological deposits, and is very low in available fossils. On a recent trip to the Uk I visited Folkestone, but as it was the middle of summer at the time, there was very little recent exposure at the base of the cliffs due to lack of rainfall. I know nothing I found here is particularly impressive, but I would love to know exactly what they
  21. ViridianFish

    Folkestone Uk Ammonite And Others

    Hi Everyone, This is my first ever post, and I just wanted to let you all know that I am new to fossil hunting, but enjoy it very much. It is quite difficult for me to do on a regular basis as I live in an area of Australia that has very few interesting geological deposits, and is very low in available fossils. On a recent trip to the Uk I visited Folkestone, but as it was the middle of summer at the time, there was very little recent exposure at the base of the cliffs due to lack of rainfall. I know nothing I found here is particularly impressive, but I would love to know exactly what they
  22. antidiluvian

    Id: Seashell?

    Is this a fossil? 290grams, circa 85mm diameter, appears shell-like, but very thick compared to any modern bivalve that I have seen. Was found in foundations of 1910's house in Oxford OX4 90m above sea level, found among clay and gravel/aggregate used in (presumably original) build. I don't know whether item was local to the site. Would love to get any info on this, for personal interest and because 6 year old daughter wants to do a show-and-tell at school! Thanks.
  23. I've been cataloguing my collection and am stumped on a few pieces which aren't really my area of expertise. I bought them a few years ago, and I know that they originate from Crock Hey, UK. I believe that they are Westphalian in age - which would mean that they are carboniferous and aged specifically between 304 - 313 MYA. I do apologise for the poor quality of photos; but it's the best that I can do. I'd greatly appreciate any assistance with identification. Identified: Specimen 1: Lepidostrobophyllum sporophylls Identified: Specimen 2: Lepidostrobophyllum sporophylls Identified: Spec
  24. Hello, I had my first real encounter with some good looking amonites at Chapman's Pool in Dorset, UK today. However, I also came across this interesting, reptile looking fossil found in the lower clay cliff face at Chapman's Pool. This area forms part of Dorset's Jurassic coastline. I would like to think it's something resembling an Ichthyosaur but I'm very unsure. I'm sorry there's no indication of scale but I can tell you it was no longer than 2 ft from 'nose' to the end of the tail. Thank you! #1 #2 #3 #4
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