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  1. Jmeister

    Is this a tooth?

    Hey everyone, Any ideas about what this could be? We found it on a beach shore in Acadia Michigan. It has so many features that makes me think it's something special. - Triangle shape - possibly single root lobe and root line on top? Was thinking shark tooth but doesn't have two root lobes or v shaped root/gum line. Also seems very old. Was also thinking dinosaur, but It's my understanding there are no dinosaur fossils in Michigan, so possibly very old? Curious to know what you think! Thank
  2. fifbrindacier

    Shark teeth to identify

    Hi, i have this lot of shark teeth from France but their previous owner, who live in the department of the "Pas de Calais", had them since decades and doesn't remember nor where they where found precisely nor their age. Is it nonetheless possible to determinate them ? Your help is appreciated. The squares are a centimeter aside. The photos one and two show the same teeth. Idem for the photos 3 and 4. 1 : 2 : 3 : 4 : Cheers, Fifi.
  3. Stufm

    Id required please

    Spotted this in a small bay on Anglesey, Wales. There were lots of other small shellfish type fossils mostly in slate rocks, but this one was larger and seems to have vertebrae? Could anyone offer any insight into what this is please? Many thanks.
  4. fpfossils

    South Florida Fossil or Something.

    I found this years ago off the beach in shallow water in North Miami with a bunch of shells. It is not metal. Won't give a whisper on a metal detector. Don't know if it is a fossil or not. No idea. It has stumped me for a long time. Any help appreciated. Thanks.
  5. Fossildude19

    Unidentified fish tooth

    From the album: Fossildude's Upper Devonian Fish Fossils

    Unidentified fish tooth - possibly sarcopterygian. Catskill Formation Metzgers' Quarry, Canton PA. Upper Devonian. This is actually an imprint of a tooth, with a bit of the enamel/bone material (white,pink,blue) left behind in the imprint. Tooth itself was destroyed in the splitting process, as it was not visible at first. Oh well.

    © 2021 T. Jones

  6. Fortress88

    New find in missouri

    Howdy everyone! I'm from Southern Missouri and walk the creek beds all the time in search of arrowheads and more. When I was a kid 10 years ago I found this dinosaur head around rockbridge Missouri on our property. I finally wanted to find out what it belong to as only one Dinosaur has ever been identified in missouri?. Thank you everyone!
  7. Doug Von Gausig

    Matrix stone with tabulate coral

    The fossils in this stone are probably Thamnopora sp., a tabulate coral common in the Verde Valley of Arizona. Normally it appears in dolomite from the late Devonian (Frasnian), This specimen was picked up way outside the normal range, in an ancient riverbed, where rocks generally come from the Martin and Redwall limestone beds to the west. What's weird (to me) is that this stone matrix is impervious to HCl. No reaction at all, as if it's chalcedony, but it doesn't look or feel like chert or any other chalcedony I'm familiar with. Does anyone have an idea what this stone may be an
  8. paleoflor

    unidentified plant remains

    From the album: Steinbruch Piesberg (Osnabrück, Germany)

    © T.K.T. Wolterbeek

  9. paleoflor

    unidentified plant remains

    From the album: Carrière Les Tuilières (Lodève, France)

    © T.K.T. Wolterbeek

  10. paleoflor

    unidentified plant remains

    From the album: Carrière Les Tuilières (Lodève, France)

    © T.K.T. Wolterbeek

  11. paleoflor

    unidentified plant remains

    From the album: Carrière Les Tuilières (Lodève, France)

    © T.K.T. Wolterbeek

  12. paleoflor

    unidentified plant remains

    From the album: Carrière Les Tuilières (Lodève, France)

    © T.K.T. Wolterbeek

  13. readinghiker

    Unknown Coniacian selachians

    Hello all. I have found two more teeth that I have no clue about. The first one is very small, orectolobid size, but has a distinct central cusp and accessory cusps on both sides. The tooth is less than 1 1/4 mm in size, and I have never seen a tooth this small with accessory cusps. Any idea as to what it could be? The second one has a distinctive series of ridges on one side of the tooth. Again, I have no idea what it could be. Someone at the museum here suggested a multituberculate mammal, but I have serious doubts about that. The cusp is more selachian than mammal. I will
  14. I went camping over in West Texas in Kickapoo Caverns state park this past weekend. While I was hiking around I noticed dozens of these formation that were jutting out of the limestone boulders and bedrock. Not sure what they are but they seem to be shaped like small trees or medium thick branches. Anyone know what they are?
  15. natterjack1

    Any idea about this one? - Norfolk, UK

    I wondered if anyone might be able to help with this oddity. It's about 4-5 cm long, and was found on the beach at Wells-Next-the-Sea in North Norfolk, UK. Exciting dinosaur brain? Mundane piece of flint? Put me out of my misery, please!
  16. Ruger9a

    Fish????

    Hey gang. I've got a little rock that I purchased several years ago as part of an "unknown" lot. Can anyone tell me what they think it is?
  17. I picked up a nice chunk of conglomerate that had an obvious fossil tooth embedded in it, but became interested in what small micro fossils might be in it. I experimented with a small piece of fossil bearing rock and found that the acid destroyed the fossils amost as much as the rock, so as a result I turned to just doing surface scans. I eventually decided to remove one surface micro fossil that seemed to be pretty much on the surface of the conglomerate. The results were satsifactory, but I don't know what the micro fossil is. It is roughly one mm in diameter and maybe half a mm thick
  18. Samurai

    Unidentified Possibly Cochliodus

    From the album: Chondrichthyan Teeth From The Pennsylvanian Period

    One of my teeth that I really want to identify. It was mentioned it could be a broken or partial Petalodont crown minus the root. 13cm in size
  19. ElizabethCab

    Fossils ID requested in New Braunfels

    Fossil was found back yard. Approximately 3 miles from the Guadalupe river. The top of the skull, teeth, and what I believe to be part of the spinal column is rock. The rest of the fossil is encased in lime stone. Which I have slowly been scrapping away. Any information regard this fossils would be greatly appreciated.
  20. Location Missouri Found in limestone that was blasted out by construction workers The area is Pennsylvanian on the geological map I have also found prehistoric fish teeth in the area along with Brachiopods, Crinoids, and horn corals.
  21. DawnOfADream

    Need help identifying a small fossil

    Hello everyone! This is a small fossil I found months ago in the Beaumaris Formation, Victoria, Australia. I've looked through the Fossils of Beaumaris PDF but cannot find anything similar. The measurements are as follows: - 2.5 cm L - 2.4 cm W - 1.2 cm D I have attached some images below which will hopefully be of help!
  22. Joseaoe1

    Need help with identifying

    Hi. I found this while landscaping. Appears to be some sort of fossil plant or animal tissue? Any ideas?
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