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Found 811 results

  1. Sharks teeth.

    Hello! Help with ID please. Western Ukraine, Lviv region
  2. Hi guys! Haven't made any posts in a while but as I was going through some finds from Penn Dixie recently I have come across a few more fossils I would like to ID. The first few are what I believe to be Pelycopods but I have no further info on them. 1. Part and Counterpart 2. Part and Counterpart, found in the same piece of shale very close to number 1 3. Smaller one among some horn corals 4. A larger one, this one is thicker than the rest and is very different in texture. I have a few more pictures but I don't have space so I will include them below, Thank you guys for any help, Misha.
  3. Tooth?

    Hello! Is it tooth fishes tooth? Ukraine, Lviv region. Thanks!
  4. What is it?

    Hello! Help with ID please. Western Ukraine, Lviv region, Miocene.
  5. New Jersey Cretaceous Turtle Bone?

    Hello everyone, I found this bone while on a hunt in the cretaceous creeks of new jersey, very odd bone and definitely feels fossilized. My best guess is turtle but I am very unsure, I appreciate any feedback on this piece if it is Id'able thank you.
  6. Tasmanian fossil?

    Hi all, my son found the rocks below on a school trip in Tasmania and was very excited to have found dinosaur fossils wanted to ask if these are actually fossils or some type of rock formation or something else? Thanks.
  7. Great Morava bones ID

    Hi. Found these bones yesterday at gravel pits facility where workers separate big rocks from the fine sand from Great Morava river. They don't burn at all or smell like a burnt bone. Here are some photos if someone can help me identify them : I know for one that is radius bone from Bison/Bos, but don't know about the others. P.s. Also u can see that one bone has something similar like "scars" from a possible flint? Please help! Darko
  8. Need help identifying please.

    Found in North Texas creek. I'm new at this hobby but love it! Anyone know what these may be?
  9. I found this bone in Florida's Peace River in a gravel bed that contained Pleistocene and Holocene land vertebrates. I am unsure about this bone. Is it a small deer, or is it a turkey bone? Or, am I entirely wrong and it's an alligator? Thanks in advance! MikeG
  10. Hi there, i found this tooth on an European auction site and was wondering whether the ID is correct and the quality of the tooth is acceptable. Now I am considering of buying it... Unfortunately there are no better pictures available. According to the rules I have edited them to hide any hints on the auction site. The tooth is labeled as „Edmontosaurus regalis“, the origin is: „Dog Bille quarry, Lusk, Wyoming“. Thanks in advance for your help!
  11. Oligocène Leaf ID

    I received this leaf,positive and negative ;10 cm,from the Oligocene of St Bauzille,south of France it's Diatomine rock,what could it be?
  12. Horse/Donkey skull id

    Hello ! What a wonderful day ! I went today with my dog Lea to Great Morava river to try to find maybe some pleistocene fossils cause i haven't found any before and what a luck! I found a horse skull, at first i thought that it's not fossilized but i was wrong cause it is ! Now the question is : Can anyone help me to identify this specie cause it's obviously from pleistocene period. I found it in Great Morava river (Paraćin). My first ever pleistocene fossil that i've found! pics are bellow enjoy! Darko
  13. Unknown phalange, Peace River Florida

    Here is nice little fossilized phalange bone that I found in Florida's Peace River. Like verts, almost all phalanges look alike to me, except for size differences. I'm having a hard time ID'ing this one. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  14. Bone Valley Vertebra, Peace River FL

    I found this nicely-fossilized vertebra in the Peace River. It's broken, but there might be enough features left to ID it. It has a "Y" shaped imprint on the ends. Does anyone know what critter this came from? These verts confuse me when I try to ID them and I am never sure. Any help would be appreciated.
  15. Vertebrae ID

    Hi people! I have something to show you, it's from last years fossil hunt. I went last year to a beautiful Cave in Zabrega, (Paraćin) to try to find some pleistocene fossils. The Cave itself is not so deep but it's very wide and very big. I did found some bones and teeth which are half recent and half fossilized i guess? I found also pottery so it could be archeological but idk honestly. I'm here to show you my "biggest" find - it's a vert. not sure if that belongs to a deer or something else. You decide Thanks for help. Darko
  16. TFF'ers, I need a bit of help identifying some material from the Old Church Formation from Virginia. I have the famous Muller (1999) reference and the more recent Ciccimuri & Knight paper (2009) regarding sharks and rays from the Chandler Bride formation. I'm wondering if anyone knows of any other papers or references that cover sharks/rays/fishes from the the Old Church or its equivalent formations on the mid-Atlantic coast (Belgrade or Chandler Bridge formations)? -Aaron @MarcoSr @Metopocetus
  17. Kem Kem ribs ID

    Just got some small rib sections and another bone, the ribs don't look like crocodile, I know it can be difficult to give an I'd on parts of bone but was wondering if it could be mosasaur or maybe land based? Bones are from the Kem Kem beds
  18. My parents recently came back from a trip to Montenegro, they picked up an ammonite from a local seller who told them it was from the Bay of Kotor and I’m just not 100% convinced it’s real. I’ve attached a couple pictures, any input would be much appreciated!
  19. Northern Illinois ID help

    I picked this piece in a newly plowed corn field I was lucky enough to get permission to search. It's location was an moraine area in McHenry country Illinois. Any help is greatly appreciated.
  20. Swiss Ammonite ID needed

    Hey guys, So a month ago I went on a hike at 3000m of altitude to this fossilferous site near Plaine-Morte, Switzerland. There I found mostly ammonite fragments including : Sowerbiceras, Perisphinctes( Properisphinctes?), Deshayites and a few belemnites (Hibolites?) I contacted a fossil expert on fossils and that knew a lot about fossils from Switzerland and he indicated me the genuses above as well as the age : Upper Jurassic, Oxfordian ( 163-157 mya ) I went back to the same site where I found this almost complete ammonite. I have no idea what it is and don’t really want to disturb this expert again since he is very busy. Do you guys have any idea on what it could be??? It is very interesting indeed, one side is still covered In matrix. Thank you for all imput and don’t hesitate to ask me for more info! Kind regards.
  21. Fern ID

    So I got this Fern nodule yesterday. It came with no info. Approx 6 cm Any ideas?
  22. This nice little tooth turned up in the sifter on the Peace River in Florida. I think it's a deer tooth, but I'm not sure because it looks a little small. Could it be something else? The cube is one square centimeter.
  23. I found this lovely skull recently in Florida's Peace River. It was near a spot of fresh erosion from a high bank that contains a thin gravely-shelly layer running through Holocene-Pleistocene overburden. You could see the fossils weathering out of the bank and falling into the water below. A gravel bar had accumulated near the bank in the river and it was littered with fossils. I did not see any evidence of Miocene fauna, like the usual dugong ribs or megalodon teeth. Sitting in plain sight, upside-down (teeth up) in barely 4-6 inches of water was this skull. It is fossilized. Dense with a dark patina. To my delight, it had a canine intact and it is a beautiful color of blue that is similar to what you see in some Bone Valley fossils (and shark teeth) that have been buried in the right localized conditions. All of the remaining molars have some of the same blue coloration. So, I am thinking this is not recent and may be something interesting (hopefully)? It's quite small, as you can see in the photos. Is it a small critter, or a juvenile-version of a larger species? I would love it to be something like a juvenile dire wolf pup, instead of something less sexy like an ancient opossum. Any guesses on what this could be?
  24. Trilobite ID

    I was given this Trilobite as a gift from a friend of mine He went past the same shop where I got my first fossils from (almost a year ago! ), saw a few bits in the window, went in and got me this Was told it is from Morocco, but no further info. I have had a look through my book, and think it's a Flexicalymene Can anyone confirm?
  25. Help id

    Found this in central Texas. It is heavy but not metallic as a magnet will not stick. Can you help to ID?
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