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Found 29 results

  1. Three Ammonites

    I've got the assignment to identify and collect data on these three ammonite fossils. My best guesses are that the first two are from Ceratites and that the third one is Dactylioceras. The first two are about ten to twelve centimeteres in diameter, the third one about eight. Since my School is still closed due to the current situation, these are the only pictures i have got.
  2. Help request! I am putting together a tool for judging rock age based on very crude, whole-rock, hand-sample observations of fossil faunas/floras -- the types of observations a child or beginner could successfully make. I view this as a complement to the very fine, species-level identifications commonly employed as index fossils for individual stages, biozones, etc. Attached is what I've got so far, but I can clearly use help with corals, mollusks, plants, vertebrates, ichnofossils, and the post-Paleozoic In the attached file, vibrant orange indicates times in earth history to commonly observe the item of interest; paler orange indicates times in earth history to less commonly observe the item of interest. White indicates very little to no practical probability of observing the item of interest. Please keep in mind that the listed indicators are things like “conspicuous horn corals,” purposefully declining to address rare encounters with groups of low preservation potential, low recognizability, etc. Got additions/amendments, especially for the groups mentioned above? Toss them in the comments below! Thank you..... https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1tVm_u6v573V4NACrdebb_1OsBEAz60dS1m4pCTckgyA
  3. I've posted some pictures of the ammonite I bought and want to polish. If you look at the third picture, (ammonite 2.jpg), you will see that on the ammonite some rainbow color resides. I want to make the whole ammonite that color. Is there any way to polish it to make the rainbow show more? Correct me if I'm wrong, but that rainbow color is fossilized mother of pearl aka Ammolite. Does anyone know the following? If you could answer, that'd be a big help. Thank you for your future words! Any suggestions welcome. You'll never know what will work. The best way to clean and polish the ammonite to make the ammolite show and without breaking the fossil. A way to preserve the color when and if I polish it. Thank you so much, everyone, for your future ideas!
  4. Ammonite 03 seg 01f.jpg

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    These are the three segments of Ammonoids in the collection that are easy to ID. Because the Ammonite came in many shapes and sizes, it is hard for me to say if these are segments of the same ammonite or three separate specimens. These still have dirt on them and didn't know if I should clean them or leave them alone? Ammonite 01 has a tube that is loose, the 'tube' would be the siphuncle used in adjusting the buoyancy in ammonoids and nautiloids in ammonites it is located ventrally and is more central in nautiloids. I assume because all of the fossil collection is either stone or amber, no further decay is happening? I would like to clean the dirt from the pieces but would hate to find out that the dirt was needed for further studies? I will also be adding the shells, clams and fish as I get them ready

    © GOD's Design 2019

  5. Ammonite 03 seg 01e.jpg

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    These are the three segments of Ammonoids in the collection that are easy to ID. Because the Ammonite came in many shapes and sizes, it is hard for me to say if these are segments of the same ammonite or three separate specimens. These still have dirt on them and didn't know if I should clean them or leave them alone? Ammonite 01 has a tube that is loose, the 'tube' would be the siphuncle used in adjusting the buoyancy in ammonoids and nautiloids in ammonites it is located ventrally and is more central in nautiloids. I assume because all of the fossil collection is either stone or amber, no further decay is happening? I would like to clean the dirt from the pieces but would hate to find out that the dirt was needed for further studies? I will also be adding the shells, clams and fish as I get them ready

    © GOD's Design 2019

  6. Ammonite 03 seg 01d.jpg

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    These are the three segments of Ammonoids in the collection that are easy to ID. Because the Ammonite came in many shapes and sizes, it is hard for me to say if these are segments of the same ammonite or three separate specimens. These still have dirt on them and didn't know if I should clean them or leave them alone? Ammonite 01 has a tube that is loose, the 'tube' would be the siphuncle used in adjusting the buoyancy in ammonoids and nautiloids in ammonites it is located ventrally and is more central in nautiloids. I assume because all of the fossil collection is either stone or amber, no further decay is happening? I would like to clean the dirt from the pieces but would hate to find out that the dirt was needed for further studies? I will also be adding the shells, clams and fish as I get them ready

    © GOD's Design 2019

  7. Ammonite 03 seg 01c.jpg

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    These are the three segments of Ammonoids in the collection that are easy to ID. Because the Ammonite came in many shapes and sizes, it is hard for me to say if these are segments of the same ammonite or three separate specimens. These still have dirt on them and didn't know if I should clean them or leave them alone? Ammonite 01 has a tube that is loose, the 'tube' would be the siphuncle used in adjusting the buoyancy in ammonoids and nautiloids in ammonites it is located ventrally and is more central in nautiloids. I assume because all of the fossil collection is either stone or amber, no further decay is happening? I would like to clean the dirt from the pieces but would hate to find out that the dirt was needed for further studies? I will also be adding the shells, clams and fish as I get them ready

    © GOD's Design 2019

  8. Ammonite 03 seg 01b.jpg

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    These are the three segments of Ammonoids in the collection that are easy to ID. Because the Ammonite came in many shapes and sizes, it is hard for me to say if these are segments of the same ammonite or three separate specimens. These still have dirt on them and didn't know if I should clean them or leave them alone? Ammonite 01 has a tube that is loose, the 'tube' would be the siphuncle used in adjusting the buoyancy in ammonoids and nautiloids in ammonites it is located ventrally and is more central in nautiloids. I assume because all of the fossil collection is either stone or amber, no further decay is happening? I would like to clean the dirt from the pieces but would hate to find out that the dirt was needed for further studies? I will also be adding the shells, clams and fish as I get them ready

    © GOD's Design 2019

  9. Ammonite 03 seg 01a.jpg

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    These are the three segments of Ammonoids in the collection that are easy to ID. Because the Ammonite came in many shapes and sizes, it is hard for me to say if these are segments of the same ammonite or three separate specimens. These still have dirt on them and didn't know if I should clean them or leave them alone? Ammonite 01 has a tube that is loose, the 'tube' would be the siphuncle used in adjusting the buoyancy in ammonoids and nautiloids in ammonites it is located ventrally and is more central in nautiloids. I assume because all of the fossil collection is either stone or amber, no further decay is happening? I would like to clean the dirt from the pieces but would hate to find out that the dirt was needed for further studies? I will also be adding the shells, clams and fish as I get them ready

    © GOD's Design 2019

  10. Ammonite 02 seg 01f.jpg

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    These are the three segments of Ammonoids in the collection that are easy to ID. Because the Ammonite came in many shapes and sizes, it is hard for me to say if these are segments of the same ammonite or three separate specimens. These still have dirt on them and didn't know if I should clean them or leave them alone? Ammonite 01 has a tube that is loose, the 'tube' would be the siphuncle used in adjusting the buoyancy in ammonoids and nautiloids in ammonites it is located ventrally and is more central in nautiloids. I assume because all of the fossil collection is either stone or amber, no further decay is happening? I would like to clean the dirt from the pieces but would hate to find out that the dirt was needed for further studies? I will also be adding the shells, clams and fish as I get them ready

    © GOD's Design 2019

  11. Ammonite 02 seg 01e.jpg

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    These are the three segments of Ammonoids in the collection that are easy to ID. Because the Ammonite came in many shapes and sizes, it is hard for me to say if these are segments of the same ammonite or three separate specimens. These still have dirt on them and didn't know if I should clean them or leave them alone? Ammonite 01 has a tube that is loose, the 'tube' would be the siphuncle used in adjusting the buoyancy in ammonoids and nautiloids in ammonites it is located ventrally and is more central in nautiloids. I assume because all of the fossil collection is either stone or amber, no further decay is happening? I would like to clean the dirt from the pieces but would hate to find out that the dirt was needed for further studies? I will also be adding the shells, clams and fish as I get them ready

    © GOD's Design 2019

  12. Ammonite 02 seg 01d.jpg

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    These are the three segments of Ammonoids in the collection that are easy to ID. Because the Ammonite came in many shapes and sizes, it is hard for me to say if these are segments of the same ammonite or three separate specimens. These still have dirt on them and didn't know if I should clean them or leave them alone? Ammonite 01 has a tube that is loose, the 'tube' would be the siphuncle used in adjusting the buoyancy in ammonoids and nautiloids in ammonites it is located ventrally and is more central in nautiloids. I assume because all of the fossil collection is either stone or amber, no further decay is happening? I would like to clean the dirt from the pieces but would hate to find out that the dirt was needed for further studies? I will also be adding the shells, clams and fish as I get them ready

    © GOD's Design 2019

  13. Ammonite 02 seg 01c.jpg

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    These are the three segments of Ammonoids in the collection that are easy to ID. Because the Ammonite came in many shapes and sizes, it is hard for me to say if these are segments of the same ammonite or three separate specimens. These still have dirt on them and didn't know if I should clean them or leave them alone? Ammonite 01 has a tube that is loose, the 'tube' would be the siphuncle used in adjusting the buoyancy in ammonoids and nautiloids in ammonites it is located ventrally and is more central in nautiloids. I assume because all of the fossil collection is either stone or amber, no further decay is happening? I would like to clean the dirt from the pieces but would hate to find out that the dirt was needed for further studies? I will also be adding the shells, clams and fish as I get them ready

    © GOD's Design 2019

  14. Ammonite 02 seg 01b.jpg

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    These are the three segments of Ammonoids in the collection that are easy to ID. Because the Ammonite came in many shapes and sizes, it is hard for me to say if these are segments of the same ammonite or three separate specimens. These still have dirt on them and didn't know if I should clean them or leave them alone? Ammonite 01 has a tube that is loose, the 'tube' would be the siphuncle used in adjusting the buoyancy in ammonoids and nautiloids in ammonites it is located ventrally and is more central in nautiloids. I assume because all of the fossil collection is either stone or amber, no further decay is happening? I would like to clean the dirt from the pieces but would hate to find out that the dirt was needed for further studies? I will also be adding the shells, clams and fish as I get them ready

    © GOD's Design 2019

  15. Ammonite 02 seg 01a.jpg

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    These are the three segments of Ammonoids in the collection that are easy to ID. Because the Ammonite came in many shapes and sizes, it is hard for me to say if these are segments of the same ammonite or three separate specimens. These still have dirt on them and didn't know if I should clean them or leave them alone? Ammonite 01 has a tube that is loose, the 'tube' would be the siphuncle used in adjusting the buoyancy in ammonoids and nautiloids in ammonites it is located ventrally and is more central in nautiloids. I assume because all of the fossil collection is either stone or amber, no further decay is happening? I would like to clean the dirt from the pieces but would hate to find out that the dirt was needed for further studies? I will also be adding the shells, clams and fish as I get them ready

    © GOD's Design 2019

  16. Ammonite 01 seg 01e.jpg

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    These are the three segments of Ammonoids in the collection that are easy to ID. Because the Ammonite came in many shapes and sizes, it is hard for me to say if these are segments of the same ammonite or three separate specimens. These still have dirt on them and didn't know if I should clean them or leave them alone? Ammonite 01 has a tube that is loose, the 'tube' would be the siphuncle used in adjusting the buoyancy in ammonoids and nautiloids in ammonites it is located ventrally and is more central in nautiloids. I assume because all of the fossil collection is either stone or amber, no further decay is happening? I would like to clean the dirt from the pieces but would hate to find out that the dirt was needed for further studies? I will also be adding the shells, clams and fish as I get them ready

    © GOD's Design 2019

  17. Ammonite 01 seg 01d.jpg

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    These are the three segments of Ammonoids in the collection that are easy to ID. Because the Ammonite came in many shapes and sizes, it is hard for me to say if these are segments of the same ammonite or three separate specimens. These still have dirt on them and didn't know if I should clean them or leave them alone? Ammonite 01 has a tube that is loose, the 'tube' would be the siphuncle used in adjusting the buoyancy in ammonoids and nautiloids in ammonites it is located ventrally and is more central in nautiloids. I assume because all of the fossil collection is either stone or amber, no further decay is happening? I would like to clean the dirt from the pieces but would hate to find out that the dirt was needed for further studies? I will also be adding the shells, clams and fish as I get them ready

    © GOD's Design 2019

  18. Ammonite 01 seg 01c.jpg

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    These are the three segments of Ammonoids in the collection that are easy to ID. Because the Ammonite came in many shapes and sizes, it is hard for me to say if these are segments of the same ammonite or three separate specimens. These still have dirt on them and didn't know if I should clean them or leave them alone? Ammonite 01 has a tube that is loose, the 'tube' would be the siphuncle used in adjusting the buoyancy in ammonoids and nautiloids in ammonites it is located ventrally and is more central in nautiloids. I assume because all of the fossil collection is either stone or amber, no further decay is happening? I would like to clean the dirt from the pieces but would hate to find out that the dirt was needed for further studies? I will also be adding the shells, clams and fish as I get them ready

    © GOD's Design 2019

  19. Ammonite 01 seg 01b.jpg

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    These are the three segments of Ammonoids in the collection that are easy to ID. Because the Ammonite came in many shapes and sizes, it is hard for me to say if these are segments of the same ammonite or three separate specimens. These still have dirt on them and didn't know if I should clean them or leave them alone? Ammonite 01 has a tube that is loose, the 'tube' would be the siphuncle used in adjusting the buoyancy in ammonoids and nautiloids in ammonites it is located ventrally and is more central in nautiloids. I assume because all of the fossil collection is either stone or amber, no further decay is happening? I would like to clean the dirt from the pieces but would hate to find out that the dirt was needed for further studies? I will also be adding the shells, clams and fish as I get them ready

    © GOD's Design 2019

  20. Ammonite 01 seg 01a.jpg

    From the album 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    These are the three segments of Ammonoids in the collection that are easy to ID. Because the Ammonite came in many shapes and sizes, it is hard for me to say if these are segments of the same ammonite or three separate specimens. These still have dirt on them and didn't know if I should clean them or leave them alone? Ammonite 01 has a tube that is loose, the 'tube' would be the siphuncle used in adjusting the buoyancy in ammonoids and nautiloids in ammonites it is located ventrally and is more central in nautiloids. I assume because all of the fossil collection is either stone or amber, no further decay is happening? I would like to clean the dirt from the pieces but would hate to find out that the dirt was needed for further studies? I will also be adding the shells, clams and fish as I get them ready

    © GOD's Design 2019

  21. Ammonoid ID

    Dear forum members, I have just joined the forum and need your help for ammonoid identification. Although I´m an aquatic biologist of extant animals, my knowlege is very limited regarding fossil creatures. I´ve just acquired two ammonoid display specimens through the family of a deceased Japanese-Brazilian regarded merchant of ornamental stones. These pieces belonged to his private collection and didn´t receive a data tag because the informations were in his mind. His family only recalls those ammonoids to have been brought from Japan many years ago, but most likely have originated elsewhere. In this message I´m attaching pictures of the first ammonoid up to the allowed 3.95 MB volume, but may provide more specific pictures if desirable. I will be delighted to have any information on this animal. Thanking for your kindness, Best regards Ricardo
  22. Hello everyone, I'm an Italian amateur collector with a small but nice collection of fossils and minerals that I started when I was 5yo in 1995. Then at 15yo I put apart my passion until few days ago when, using my 3D printer, I made some nice modular drawer to reorder in my collection of +-1000 pieces. I will finish the project in the next weeks and I will share it with you, as it can be of inspiration for your collection as well. Doing this hard work, I looked with a more mature point of view some big fossils that my parents and friends (not experts!) gave me as present many years ago. I already noticed that some are painted or assembled, but I would like to hear your opinion about them. #1 Let's start with a good one. This was a present from my mom, so I know she spent not few moneys to buy this fossil fish. I think that it 99% real. My only concern is the right side/section of the matrix that has a change in color (you can see it in the video). Maybe just a not-too-bad restoration... I drew circles around fishes with the pencil when I was a child... I should delete them! #2 Now a bad one... In this example I noticed that maybe the fish body is real (but low quality), it is mounted on a new matrix, and fins are painted... Am I right? #3 Another bad one... This ammonoidea seems painted. The matrix has some fossil shells, it is cracked and repaired (you can see the crack in the video, back side). I'm wondering if it is totally fake/sculpted or only painted. What do you think? #4 The last assembled fossil fish. This one is funny! Sedimentary layers are not parallel with the fossil... Overall I think that the body is real but bad preserved and with some painting. What do you think? #5 This was one of the first fossils of my collection. I personally bought it in Morocco in 1995. I think that this is a real one, joint is perfect. Agree with me? #6 Finally, the last piece: a cambropallas trilobite. About this one, I know that it was bought in a good shop and I think it is not too bad. I'm not sure about the matrix (see the back side), but the main body seems real. It, of course, has some restorations. I'm looking to hear from you. Final thoughts... I'm considering giving away false ones, in particular #2, #3 and #4. But it is also nice to have them to show how fossils are faked/retouched - I think they're part of the amateur paleontology history. I hope you appreciate the photos/videos I took to show some of my fossils. Thanks in advance and best regards!
  23. The included photograph shows a fossil that we can’t quite place. Would any of you be able to positively identify the fossil we found at Portmarnock Beach, Ireland. We think it may be Estonioceras but are not sure. It is approximately 7cm in diameter. Can anybody shed some light on this. Thanks.
  24. Help with these invert fossils!

    I found these fossils in Polvoeira beach, Portugal. I spent many time trying to identify them and research about the geological formations where they were found....However, I need that someone help me verify if those Id's are correct. So: 1-Found in Sinemurian layers, in Praia da Polvoeira (Polvoeira beach)- My guess it's :very weathered Pachymya sp.
  25. Ammonoidea ZITTEL 1884

    From the album Cephalopoda

    Ammonoidea ZITTEL 1884, S. Gião Formation, Upper Toarcian, Portugal. 5 cm.
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