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  1. What is it (Ukraine)?

    Help please with identification. What it could be? Western Ukraine, Lviv region. Thanks!
  2. Weird red veins?

    Hi again. I cracked open a nodule I collected from walton on the naze a couple of weeks ago. I didnt think there was much in the nodule but after cracking it open there is some weird red lines almost like veins or something. Not sure what this is so need some help identifying please. Thank you
  3. Wad looking though some bits I've collected from Walton on the naze. Just remembered I found this. Has some interesting markings is it just a stone or is it something else? Thanks guys!
  4. Hello. I recently found this tooth on a Lake Erie beach in Fairview, Pa. It measures 1" x 1". It is very hard and appears to be and all surfaces are very smooth. Thanks! Ellen
  5. Some tooth (Ukraine) ?

    Could it be a tooth? The same place as in previouses posts, Western Ukraine, Lviv region. Thanks in advance!
  6. Looking for a site

    Hi everyone, My name is Skylar Snowden. I am brand new to the forum and brand new to fossil hunting. I am not from Arizona and am relatively new to the area. I am a Marine Biologist/Curator by profession, and have recently started getting into fossil hunting. I have found a few at diamond point, but want to find some other options. I was going to try and head up to the Payson area again in a week or so, and wanted to see if anyone could elaborate on the site that is, I think, 87 near the E. Verde river. Or, any other sites in the Payson/rim area. I did try the Paleo Site, but found very little. Honestly, I really enjoy doing this, as it gets me and my 2 dogs out of the valley heat. Lol. Any and all help is greatly appreciated. Sky
  7. This was found a few inches above a layer of shark teeth. This was also found in Northeast Texas in a River bank.
  8. fossil rock found on a beach

    Just found a fist-sized fossil rock on a beach in Santa Barbara of California, USA. Please help ID the fossil.
  9. What is this?

    Hi again. Found this today at walton on the naze. Not sure if it's a fossil animal or fossil wood or plant or something. Any help identifying is appreciated. Thanks.
  10. Giant bone?

    Just been back to walton on the naze . I should move there lol I go back enough! Found this a few hours ago there. Seems to be some massive piece of bone but I'm not sure from what. Thanks guys any help appreciated.
  11. Is this a echinoid?

    Hi guys. I found this yesterday after going back to walton on the naze. Is this an echinoid or is it a fossilised seed casing? Not quite sure what it is. Any help appreciated. Thank you!
  12. Florida tooth ID

    Hi! Can anyone help me out to identify this partial tooth? I was told that it belongs to a white-tailed deer but i don't see any similarities with it, cause i do have also partial tooth from that type of deer? The chewing zone on tooth although partial doesn't look to me as a deer tooth. So what it could be then? I know that is found somewhere in Florida and that belongs to Pleistocene period. It's pretty strange though. Darko
  13. is this a coral of some kind?

    Hello all! I was cleaning out my closet earlier today and came across this rock I’ve saved for about... 20 years now? I found it while digging around at my grandmother’s farm in south central Michigan (somewhere between Homer and Litchfield). I’ve always wondered what it could be... any ideas would be much appreciated! (Notice that many of the tiny holes go all the way through the rock. I just thought that was pretty neat, haha.)
  14. What is it 2 (Ukraine)?

    Help please with id:
  15. What is it (Ukraine)?

    Hello! Help, please, with identification
  16. Help w/ tyrannosaur tooth

    The base is giving me some trouble with this. Wanted to know if I can get some help on ID, rex or nanotyrannus? Lance Creek Formation, Wyoming.
  17. Tentaticulite?

    Hi guys this is on our favourite auction site with no info , any ideas as to what it is thanks (about 3cm)
  18. Fossil found in the Channel Islands.

    Found this rock whilst walking along a beach in Jersey in the Channel Islands, I’m no expert but my instincts are telling me it was a plant rather than a creature of any kind. Hope someone can enlighten me.
  19. Original material mushroom fossil?

    I bought this at an estate sale. I assume the best I can do for showing it is video. Can someone please help me figure out if its real.
  20. A trailer full of high-end fossils was stolen from GeoDecor at the Denver Show this week. Please keep a look out for them. This is a great family owned and run business.
  21. Help Identifying - Tusk?

    Hi- we are new to this forum and have great interest in finding out what we picked up this weekend after Hurricane Dorian on the beach in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. We actually drove from Ohio Friday night to look for sharks teeth and came home with a few (nothing sizely this visit) and this piece of what we believe to be fossilized tusk.
  22. Trying to work out what this is.

    I found this nodule at walton on the naze about 2 weeks ago wondering if this is a fossil exposed on it and what it may be?
  23. Are these all teeth?

    Just sorting my stuff I collected from walton on the naze other last couple of weeks. All of these I think are teeth of some kind? The big grey piece is part of a megladon tooth? As I can see a lot of the brown from the root? Any help is appreciated.
  24. Not sure what these are?

    Just looking through the bits I have collected over the last couple of weeks from walton on the naze. I'm not sure what these two are if anyone can help please? The bigger piece I think is turtle shell? And the second I think is some kind of nail or tooth? Thank you