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  1. Florida Fossil Fragment

    Newbie here. This is a little fossil I picked up on a beach in Southern Florida. When I first saw it on the ground I thought I had found a mammoth tooth fragment, but I'm guessing it's probably just some sort of shell. Any ideas? Thanks in advance!
  2. Mammal Tooth? And Unknown

    These fossils were given to me so I have no clue where they are from. It would be interesting to know what they are/what animal they came from. The tooth is a little over two inches in length. I have absolutely no idea what the second fossil is. Any help is appreciated and thank you to those who attempt to identify them. Pictures: Tooth Unknown
  3. Unknown Fossil

    From the album Kentucky Fossils

  4. Havent Got A Clue What This Is?!

    I have found this fossil but i cant tell if it really is a fossil or if its a odd rock or something, any ideas what it is? Location found at - Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
  5. Coniasaurus Teeth?

    Hi everyone, We found this at the Arlington Village Creek Park. The water is getting low and has exposed some of the creek bottom. We have found shells, an urchin and some Native American tools out there as well. *If you go out there, be aware that there are plenty of snakes! We purchased the book "A field guide to Fossils of Texas" and think the teeth could possibly be Coniasaurus (marine lizard). The teeth are not dark brown or black, does this mean it is not a fossil? There seems to be a set of main teeth, with a set of replacement teeth underneath. This is very small, as you can see the photo is taken in my hand. They are about dime size. Could they be from a fish? We noticed the Coniasaurus teeth were very small as well. We look forward to any information you can give to help out. Thank you!
  6. Mount Lebanon, Near Aley

    So during a recent construction project Near Aley, Mount lebanon, Lebanon, I noticed that interesting dark patches where found in the brown rocks. By chance, one of the workers was trying to break down one big stone, to expose what looked like a fish imprint to me. The attached image shows both sides of the hammered down rock. I have no idea what and how old this sample is, so any help on the issue is very welcomed. I also don't understand what is the distinct white and shiny line which passes through the shown sample. Additional info: - Altitude of the area is roughly 660 m (sea level) - The depth at which this sample was found was approximately 10-12 m from the original surface (may be 9-10 m into the bedrock) - There is a water spring in our land, so underground water is plenty - I have noticed that many construction sites in the area have such dark patches in the excavated stones - I have checked wikipedia and google for any history of paleo excavation in the area, non is mentioned (only two sites near jbeil, which are almost 50 km north, at almost half the altitude). - I have found other samples, some look like a teapot, others might resemble a deformed octopus, etc... Ihab
  7. This One Has Got Me Stumped

    I found this on the beach here in Lincoln County Oregon today, This one has totally got me stumped as to what it is. Only guess for me would be to think its possibly some part of a fish. This is from the Astoria Formation. I havent got it cleaned at all but I have toothbrush in hand so maybe I can post another picture later. Rotating the pictue may help the view too.
  8. Two Unknowns, Surry, Va

    I usually am able to identify my own fossils but as I looked through my collection I noticed there were two items that I could not figure out exactly what they are. I will post the items below with information about each one. Both fossils were found on the James River in Surry, VA. The second one was more specifically found at Chippokes State Park. Unknown #1: Looks like some kind of vertebrae to me. Unknown #2: I am unsure if this is even a fossil, maybe a rock or shell? Just has me stumped. Sorry the second picture is a little blurry I couldn't get it any clearer. Hopefully I have given you enough information, if I left anything out feel free to ask. Thanks!
  9. Catskill Hunt 3/11---- It Or Them

    Well I have been collecting all weekend corals , Barc's ETC.... So today I took a ride to Catskill on rt 23.. This location has multiple rock faults Coyemans, Marcellus Sh among others.... Well I found this gem had to epoxy it before it fell to little pieces then just cleaned it up a bit ...I will be working this one for sometime...Any clues on what this or ( They May Be ) ???
  10. Another Unknown

    This one came from an estate sale... with no information. Any guesses? It has a beautiful golden sheen of pyrite.
  11. Unknown Ammonite

    This was given to me some years ago. I think it's particularly beautiful, but have no information about it whatsoever. Can anyone help?