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  1. I recently found a fossil that my father got in the 1970’s in Missouri, but not sure if he got it from someone or found it there. It is about 12x8 inches and maybe 6-10 pounds. I know nothing about fossils but got curious and starting doing some research. Looks kind of like a trillobite genus? Appreciate any insight here.
  2. Hi, i've found this in a rock, i don't know if its a fossil or not, i think it might be? Guidance would be appreciated please Thank you
  3. Location is in Missouri The area is dated to the Pennsylvanian Formation: ???? Hello! it is I once again I was curious on what this might be as it looks different from what I usually see in this type shale I have found Pyrite Calamites in shale but they usually don't have this texture so I was unsure of what exactly it may be. Zoomed in picture of the texture: Other side of this shale: Not Sure if these will help with the ID but here is the picture with the end pieces visible
  4. Vnaz50

    Boat paddle?

    Vince San Antonio, Tx I know I get overly excited but this resembles a tooth to me
  5. Found in Scotland . I have no idea about fossils and so I guess I’ve just picked up a rock but thought the markings are unusual and the hole at the end. If not a fossil , would love to know how it has formed thanks
  6. bltdaisy

    Knowledge lacking

    Hello, Folks! I openly admit I am not educated on fossils or geodes, but I do love rocks and have collected ones that spark my eye for years; however, on a recent walk I found a peculiar one and am interested to learn what (if anything) it might be. Can anyone help? Appreciate it! BLT
  7. hisbiskis

    A few troubling fossils

    Hey guys, I got a couple of fossils I am struggling to ID. All fossils shown were found in Fallen Timber creek, Ab, Canada. They were found along a rock bed along the creek itself. The first set of pics is a rather common fossil I find, with it being a imprint of some kind on a black rock. Was wondering if somebody could ID the actually imprint itself as I am having trouble doing so (think it is some kind of coral or other "aquatic vegetation"). The next set is a bone shaped object, looks to be the end of a joint. But I am unsure if it is just fracturing in
  8. Hi All! This peculiar find reminds me of a type of marine mammal fin upon first sight. Haven’t come across anything remotely like it before. -20cm long, 15cm wide -found on a beach in Haida Gwaii (close to Alaska) Thank you!
  9. Jackson g

    Oolitic coral and stromatoporid?

    Good morning everyone. As usual I got off of work and went on a nice brisk walk out to see the water levels. I ended up stopping by a honey hole of mine for about 10 minutes, and found a couple of goodies. I know the species of coral at hand, but my question on this would be are the small circle patterns on the coral be considered oolitic inclusions? Beyond that, I've found a few things of what I am guessing to be a sponge fossil. I'm completely uncertain on this. I've collected a few in the past year and always manage to bring them home, but have yet to ask around or do any research on them m
  10. First, I want to say I don't look into fossils/teeth all that much so this may sound kind of dumb, idk. I found this while looking for shells during my first trip to the ocean last month. It looks like a hollowed out tooth to me but it doesn't look like any shark tooth I can find on Google so I don't think it's that kind. The thought had crossed my mind and was also suggested by someone else that it might possibly be petrified wood, but I'm really not very sure on that either. I just wanted to see if anyone might be able to tell me what it actually is? I hope these images are clear enough. Sor
  11. Hello everyone, I kept these from fossil hunts in buffalo years ago cause I knew they were different. I read they split Greenops boothi into 4 different species with 2 variations of Greenops and 2 variations of Bellacartwrightia in 1997. I have some pieces that I’m not really sure which trilobite I’m dealing with. I just know it’s not the Greenops grabaui variety. The cephalon came from basic Wanakah shale that surrounds the “trilo beds” as I was moving blocks. The pygidiums came from the “trilo beds” of the lower Wanakah shale at the Lake Erie shore in Buffalo, New York. I only ha
  12. Any input would be great! I’ve had this lil thing on my desks since middle school after finding it on a beach in...possibly Michigan...on a vacation. Flipped over it has an appearance similar to a geode with clear crystal-like features.
  13. Draconiusultamius

    Another maybe fossil

    Yet another flowerbed find, though not as clear as the one I found yesterday. I swear I have other rocks like this one in my rock collection box. To me, those white spots may or may not be fossils, but are at least somewhat interesting. According to a palaeontologist I spoke with regarding my rugose fossil, the rocks in my flowerbed are either mined limestone from Canmore (I'm placing my bets on this as they were installed for landscaping), river rocks from the Bow River or it's tributaries, or glacier erratic rocks. Hopefully this helps. Thanks!
  14. When I found it the stone had been used as part of the stone wall. Wondering if someone can Identify the plant and how old it might be.
  15. cracker2k2

    Found at Runswick Bay (UK)

    Hi, I found this at Runswick Bay earlier today. I found a few other bona-fide fossils, but I wasn't entirely sure what this is. Bone... or just rock/pyrite? I was intrigued enough to not leave it! Thanks, Mark
  16. I found an unusual specimen today in a creek. It is embedded in limestone next to some quartz nodules. I did not have any tools on me so I could not get the specimen out of the lime stone and was unable to take it home. So I quickly took a picture before leaving, not thinking about scale, but i'd say it is about 4 inches in diameter. To me it (by it I mean the visible parts of the specimen) looks like a crinoid calyx. If anyone can tell me additional information about this specimen from just this blurry picture then please do so!
  17. denvermichael2017

    Tiny fossilized eggs?

    I do have another interesting item I found, could use some help identifying what exactly this is... Was found in missouri in a creekbed, it is about 2 inches long... Appears to be a fossilized nest of eggs, from the cutaway crossection you can clearly see embryos inside the tiny eggs... Thank you
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