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Found 58 results

  1. Gisortia tuberculosa

    From the album Cuisian

    Taille 11,50 et 10 cm
  2. What urchin ?

    Hi, i found that urchin in an area at the limit between upper ypresian and lutetian, about 52 Million of Years. It is 2,5 cm in lenght, 2 cm wide and about 1 cm in thickness.
  3. Fossil or Rock

    Hi All, I’m very much an amateur and new to this site / forum. This is my first post. Can anyone please help with identification. This object was found in the inter tide mud flat region of East Mersey Island, Essex County, England, UK. Cudmore Grove Park beach location. It appears to have many features resembling bone. There is an inner sponge like area on cross section - possible trabecular structure. The shape has a clear indent groove on the assessed outer surface. My first thoughts were that it could possibly be something like a Patella. Online searching suggests a possible Femur Head part. But then that may be my desire to believe. Can anyone suggest what it may be, and if bone not rock then what could it come from given the location and geology. Many thanks for any anticipated input. Regards, Bob
  4. Hi all, my wife found this impressive vertebra on the beach at Walton-on-the-Naze this morning. Apart from it being from a bony fish, is there any way of narrowing down the species? It is from the London Clay deposits (Ypresian / early Eocene).
  5. Nummulites_perforatus2.JPG

    From the album Pyrenees forams

    Nummulites perforatus, Upper Ypresian (Cuisian) stage, Catalan (SE) Pyrenees
  6. Assilina_exponens3.JPG

    From the album Pyrenees forams

    Assilina exponens, Upper Ypresian (Cuisian) stage, Catalan (SE) Pyrenees
  7. Nummulites_perforatus1.JPG

    From the album Pyrenees forams

    Nummulites perforatus, Upper Ypresian (Cuisian) stage, Catalan (SE) Pyrenees
  8. Assilina_exponens2.JPG

    From the album Pyrenees forams

    Assilina exponens, Upper Ypresian (Cuisian) stage, Catalan (SE) Pyrenees
  9. Assilina_exponens1.JPG

    From the album Pyrenees forams

    Assilina exponens, Upper Ypresian (Cuisian) stage, Catalan (SE) Pyrenees
  10. Spanish Crab

    The seller wasn't sure if the Crab was found near Huesa which is south of the Pyrenees in northern Spain near the Canyons of the Sierra de Guara.
  11. awesom 11,3 Mb I just received a postcard from my retinae:"enjoying the Bahamas,won't be back anytime soon,you &*&(((()_+&@W" "And you may tell yourself :"This is not my beautiful fossil""
  12. Gray shark tooth

    A tiny tooth of an Abdounia minutissima. Bought from an old collection. The site at which it was collected, the Egem quarry, is now unfortunately closed. (Thanks to @darktheumbreon for finding the family!)
  13. Baenidae non det.

    Might be Chisternon undatum Leidy, 1872, but turtles that size are almost impossible to determine.
  14. Sharkteeth from Egem

    Hi all, Here some sharkteeth found in Egem, Belgium. From the Yperian stage of the early Eocene (approx 50 mya). Anyone have a clue on the species? Have a nice weekend, Max
  15. an eocene lagerstatt shark

    Just guessing this hasn't been posted yet.... Enjoy,well illustrated account shark
  16. Astarte

    From the album Beginner collection

    Astarte from the ypresian (53-46 MY) of El Kouif in the center-east of Algeria.
  17. Burrow of crustacean

    From the album Beginner collection

    Burrow of a crustacean, El Kouif, center-east of Algeria, found in the phosphate from the ypresian (53-46 MY).
  18. Burrow of crustacean

    From the album Beginner collection

    Burrow of a crustacean, El Kouif, center-east of Algeria, found in the phosphate from the ypresian (53-46 MY).
  19. From the album Beginner collection

    Coralina algae + Homotrema rubrum (pink foraminifera)
  20. Coralina algae + Homotrema rubrum

    From the album Beginner collection

    Coralina algae + Homotrema rubrum (pink foraminifera) + tubes of worms.
  21. Gryphea sp.

    From the album Beginner collection

    Gryphea oyster, ypresian (53-46 MY) phosphates of Algeria.
  22. Gryphea sp.

    From the album Beginner collection

    Gryphea oyster, ypresian (53-46 MY) phosphates of Algeria.
  23. Cetacean bone ?

    I think this one a cetacean bone, am i right ?It is entirely hollow.
  24. Algerian coral

    Here is a coral, does anyone have an idea of its kind and species ?
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