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  1. Jimmy2screws

    What is this

    Hi all I was out with the kids and found this ,is it a leech ?
  2. Augusto Joaquín Suarez

    identification please

    Good evening to everyone who comes to see my post, I thank you in advance for the time you take to read the question you presented, which would be the first of several specimens that I have not been able to identify. About two years ago I started hunting for fossils almost by luck as I was looking for minerals until I found the first turritellas, on one of these trips I find a rock of considerable size and weight with a curved linear pattern similar to "worms" although I honestly don't really know what it is, I have found trace fossils but never horizontal, and less than that thick, I ha
  3. June P

    Found in my ‘crystal’ pile

    Any ideas??? I found these in what I refer to as my ‘crystal pile’. it’s an area in my new construction neighborhood in north east Bexar County, Texas. The soil in which I found these was a rich black that reminds me of Irish peat bogs. It’s rich, black soil with a crumbly texture. The crystalline structures some which I believe are also petrified trees and these mystery creatures all have an orange color (possibly due to the heavy iron deposits also in the area). The crystalline structures and these creatures were found beside limestone. I was digging for the beautiful crystal
  4. ClaraE

    What did I Find please?

    I Found this in Huesca, Spain. Can anyone tell me what I found please?
  5. CrashLizard

    Unidentified fossil?

    Found sifting on a beach in Venive FL. It has a tapering hollow in one end, an outer coating or layer that is 2/3 or more broken or worn off, and the inner section looks layered (wavy) on the outside, but doesnt carry through where it was broken off at the other end (just smooth solid). Is this some sort of fossilized worm or sea plant? I have found a couple broken off antlers recently. Could this be a piece of antler? The center parts don't have the porous look of other bone bits I have seen.
  6. ARandomFossil

    Worm?

    Hi all, my uncle found this on my property years ago, thought I would post it here. Any ideas? We live in the Northern Michigan.
  7. val horn

    object in tunnel in flint

    Went to Ruxton England looking for my own mammoth. Brought home some large rocks instead. Not sure what to make of the orange inclusion in this piece of flint. The whole flint is about 3 by 5 inches with multiple rough spotty enclusions There is significant discussion as to what these flints represent, one concept involves the death and collapse of glass sponges as in: https://www.flint-paramoudra.com/flint-nodules.html Is it a dying glass sponge, a worm and worm burrow, or something else entirely. Help will be appreciated, thanks
  8. Antivm82

    Mystery fossil from South France

    About 18 years ago, when I was on holiday with my family in the Cevennes in southern France, I found lots of ammonite fossils near a rivier. I also picked up this slap of stone with strange imprints in it. Tracks of a sea creature like a worm or arthropod? On the other side are the imprints of something that looks like a starfish. It has been a mystery for me since the day I found it. Any suggestions/ideas what i can be?
  9. Ruger9a

    Fossil Worm Burrows???

    Good morning folks. I just came across these "worm burrows" in one of my unidentified drawers. Can anyone provide more information that will help me in my researching effort. I purchased these at an estate sale about 15 years ago. Sorry, that's all I have. There are four different items with the largest measuring about 5cm.
  10. Jeff1675

    What's this?

    This was sitting in my yard when I bought this house. The owner found it but didn't know what it was. Now every time I walk by it, it bugs me. Anyone have any idea's? The fossil's here on Vancouver Island are cretaceous sea creatures for the most part if that helps. Thanks!
  11. Hey hi Y'all, Was looking at some of My trilobites from My last trip to the House range and found something that is not a trilobite. Wheeler shale, mid cambrian. Any help to make an ID on this thing is always appreciated. Thanks. It is 1 cm long.
  12. fossils4fun

    big trace fossils?

    This is a big boulder I happened on the other day that I thought was interesting, I guess it could be water erosion, just throwing that out there. Always interested to hear your thoughts. Also the picture beside the hand is some sort of trace fossil, would love to know the name, thanks for any info you can give.
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