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Found 58 results

  1. Trace fossils? Coral? Anemone? Worms?!?

    Hey there! This is my first post on The Fossil Forum. I don't have a lot of knowledge about fossils, but I sure do know how to find them. Hopefully these aren't too obvious and boring, but I'm incredibly curious anyway. I found these near Sheep Bridge north of Phoenix, Arizona. Here the Verde river has cut through deep layers of ancient lava, sandstone, mudstone, etc. I was exploring for crystals up on a steep hill along the river's canyon walls when I came across a whole lot of these things. They are very fragile and I didn't want to break apart some of the 2-3 foot wide boulders of them so as to preserve them for others to find. Anyway, my understanding is that this area was once a sea floor, so I'm assuming they are some type of coral, anemone or something similar. The fossils are composed mostly of the same sediment which encases them, so I suppose they must be trace fossils, but please correct me if I am wrong. Other not-so-filled-in ones even had crystals and other minerals lining the cavity. As well, I looked at a geological map of Arizona and the area I was exploring is composed of the following... Late to Middle Miocene Basaltic Rocks (8-16 Ma): Mostly dark, mesa-forming basalt deposited as lava flows. Pliocene to Middle Miocene Deposits (2-16 Ma): Moderately to strongly consolidated conglomerate and sandstone deposited in basins during and after late Tertiary faulting. Includes lesser amounts of mudstone, siltstone, limestone, and gypsum. There are a couple photos of some ball shaped objects which were very easy to knock apart from the surrounding stone. I have no idea what those could be. The rest of the photos are of the coral looking objects. Some of them, if still intact, were nearly 24 inches long, but I left those behind and only took smaller samples. Please note how the "head" of the corals appears to flare out and is larger than the rest of the stem. Finally, some of them appear to have a little node sticking out of the "head," but I suspect that may be due to weathering as these are very fragile fossils. Thank you all so much for your interest and help and I look forward to learning more!
  2. Some worms?

    Hello! What it could be, for me looks some worms, but may be I am wrong. Max length - 0.9 cm Western Ukraine. (Cretaceus-Neogene) Thanks!
  3. Fossil ID needed

    Hi everyone, I was doing a beach cleanup on Sunday along the Port Tobacco River, & I noticed this little rock sitting next to an old beer can. It is 3 cm wide at it's widest point. The whitish grey color made it a challenge to photograph, so I added a slight wash to it. Any help with an ID would be greatly appreciated. I looked at many images of worms last night, but I didn't see anything with the same shape or length, & without knowing the age of the rock, I am not sure how to identify it. While it is whited out in the middle, when I look at it under a magnifying glass I can see that the horizontal lines extend through almost the whole length of the ovalish shape. This photo was magnified 2x. Thanks for looking!
  4. Fossils??

    Found Glen Rose TX area... this is very interesting to me. It has many different imprints. Could someone tell me if they are plants, insects, worms or all of the above I would really appreciate it
  5. From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    I combined the closeups to get a few more of the shells in the album
  6. Tiny Ammonites and Worms 15.JPG

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    Once you start looking at this specimen the tiny ammonites just keep appearing. Worm holes have not been vacated.
  7. Tiny Ammonites and Worms 14.JPG

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    Once you start looking at this specimen the tiny ammonites just keep appearing. Worm holes have not been vacated.
  8. Tiny Crinoid Ossicles and Worms 13.JPG

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    Once you start looking at this specimen the tiny ammonites just keep appearing. Worm holes have not been vacated.
  9. Tiny Crinoid Ossicles and Worms 12.JPG

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    Once you start looking at this specimen the tiny Crinoid Ossicles just keep appearing. Worm holes have not been vacated.
  10. Tiny Crinoid Ossicles and Worms 11.JPG

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    Once you start looking at this specimen the tiny Crinoid Ossicles just keep appearing. Worm holes have not been vacated.
  11. Tiny Crinoid Ossiclesand Worms 10.JPG

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    Once you start looking at this specimen the tiny Crinoid Ossicles just keep appearing. Worm holes have not been vacated.
  12. Tiny Crinoid Ossicles and Worms 9.JPG

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    Once you start looking at this specimen the tiny Crinoid Ossicles just keep appearing. Worm holes have not been vacated.
  13. Tiny Crinoid Ossicles and Worms 8.JPG

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    Once you start looking at this specimen the tiny Crinoid Ossicles just keep appearing. Worm holes have not been vacated.
  14. Tiny Crinoid Ossicles and Worms 7.JPG

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    Once you start looking at this specimen the tiny Crinoid Ossicles just keep appearing. Worm holes have not been vacated.
  15. Tiny Crinoid Ossicles and Worms 6.JPG

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    Once you start looking at this specimen the tiny Crinoid Ossicles just keep appearing. Worm holes have not been vacated.
  16. Tiny Crinoid Ossicles and Worms 5.JPG

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    Once you start looking at this specimen the tiny Crinoid Ossicles just keep appearing. Worm holes have not been vacated.
  17. Tiny Crinoid Ossicles and Worms 4.JPG

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    Once you start looking at this specimen the tiny Crinoid Ossicles just keep appearing. Worm holes have not been vacated.
  18. Tiny Crinoid Ossicles and Worms 3.JPG

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    Once you start looking at this specimen the tiny Crinoid Ossicles just keep appearing. Worm holes have not been vacated.
  19. Tiny Crinoid Ossicles and Worms 2.JPG

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    Once you start looking at this specimen the tiny Crinoid Ossicles just keep appearing. Worm holes have not been vacated.
  20. Tiny Crinoid Ossicles and Worms 1.JPG

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    Once you start looking at this specimen the tiny Crinoid Ossicles just keep appearing. Worm holes have not been vacated.
  21. Shell 13.JPG

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    A few of these fossils not only have the remains of shells but very rare fossilized worms
  22. Shell 12.JPG

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    A few of these fossils not only have the remains of shells but very rare fossilized worms
  23. Shell 11.JPG

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    A few of these fossils not only have the remains of shells but very rare fossilized worms
  24. Shell 10.JPG

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    A few of these fossils not only have the remains of shells but very rare fossilized worms
  25. Shell 9.JPG

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    A few of these fossils not only have the remains of shells but very rare fossilized worms
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