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  1. jpc

    Lance Fm mystery bone

    Hi folks... Over the summer... speaking of summer, it is a chilly 12 degrees out this morning (minus 10 C) Over the summer, I did squeeze in a few field trips. I explored a new Lance Fm bone bed and found this bone that I cannot identify. I think the two pieces fit together but I have not completed the prep yet on the smaller piece. Here are pix of the t-shaped bone. It is symmetrical, so it comes from the midline of some Cretaceous critter. This view (below) shows that the edge of the cross-piece of the T looks like
  2. GangoftheUnicorn

    An item with an XRF for a possible ID

    Hi, my name is Nathalie, I'm the owner of the attached item. I have no idea what it is and have been looking for a long time for some ideas on the subject. It was in Tibet at some point, but cannot be originated from that country with certainty, it could be from anywhere really. There is also an XRF (Tibet.xls) of the item attached a friend in my family did in case it helps (sommet-1.jpg). I am a total noob on the fossil field and wondering if any of you has seen anything related so I can start research and understand what it is. On one of the visuals, I have isolated
  3. Pictures of 2 I found Sunday. I'm located in Missouri, 30 mins south of st. louis. I have a creek that ends in my back yard and I'm at a lower elevation. Using maps from USGS .Gov my property is part St. Peter sandstone, Everton formation middle ordovivian to early ordovician and smith dolomite, Powell dolomite, cotterill dolomite, Jefferson city dolomite early ordovician-ibexian series. I'm still working on learning what that all means lol. I also have 2 different fault, sense of displacement unknown or undefined, certain lines. Not sure if that info is important, but figured extra info is be
  4. Chuckd124

    Any idea what this is? hoof?

    Hi everyone, I was hoping someone could identify this or tell me if its something interesting. I was digging a bush out of my yard and hit it with a shovel, sounded much different than a rock so I washed it off. It was found in clay but this soil/ clay mix was brought in by a truck from somewhere after the house was built to level the backyard. I thought it was a very unusual piece to be found in the yard. Any ideas? Let me know if any other pictures would help. Thanks Chuck
  5. Hi all. Newbie Jeff here. I’m a collector of sorts and come across all sorts of odd items on a regular basis. I recently came across something that was immediately suspect to me. It may just be a rock but I’ll lay out the scenario of how I got it and then you can check out the pics and maybe someone out there can point me in the right direction. I got a literal truckload of home decor, knock knacks etc for free. Ended up being 11 large storage bins full of all sorts of south/Central American folk and native art, various antiques, housewares etc. I can tell you nothing I’ve
  6. pirogovak

    Help with ID please?

    Hey guys! I need help ID'ing this tooth, it's very flat, here are a few photos. I'm good with IDing shark teeth but this is definitely not a shark tooth. Any help is greatly appreciated.
  7. pirogovak

    Puzzling me for weeks...what is it?

    This is killing me, does anyone know what this is? I have several of different sizes. Found in Charleston SC. Some type of dorsal fin bone...?
  8. pirogovak

    Help with ID needed

    Could you guys please tell me what these are? Any ideas are appreciated. Thanks!
  9. pirogovak

    Puzzled at what this is?

    Could someone tell me what this is? Found in Charleston SC. Thank you
  10. pirogovak

    Help ID this Shark tooth please

    Hello! Can someone tell me what shark is it? Thank you!
  11. Hello! Could someone please ID this shark? Size of tooth is 2.1 inches. Thank you!
  12. Ellen Baker

    Found

    Found this in NM, not a professional, but I’d like to know if it’s a fossil, and if so what kind. Looks like a fossil to me, but it also looks igneous, so is that possible?
  13. Alaniack

    Fossilized egg

    Can someone please tell me if this is an actual fossilized egg / it’s hollow - and if so, where would I sell it or get it authenticated?
  14. Hi there, This is my first post so please excuse any errors. I found this fossil in Brook Bay on the Isle of Wight last year. I would really appreciate some help in identifying it. Someone who runs a fossil shop there suggested it could be part of the jaw of a lepidotes? Any info gratefully received.
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