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Found 5 results

  1. Possible Ray Plate and Tooth?

    DISCLAIMER: most of these pictures are pretty bad. But I feel these specimen are so well known that it is easy to tell what they are at least the genus. So I went to a rock shop with fossils (Actually landed a job there now.) They had this selection of fossils and I grabbed all that I thought fit. (they had no labels) I was able to identify some of these but others I wanted some input. 1. I believe this is a fish. Probably knightia from Wyoming (as its the cheapest and most common) however in the quality it is in, I'm sure I'll only wonder. 2. both pictures are of the top and side of I believe a horn coral. Correct me if I'm wrong. 3. I think these are crinoid stems which are all different colors shapes and sizes. 4. These are obviously Echinoids of some kind. I'm satisfied with that. 5. I am only guessing here but I believe this to be a Ray plate? 6. this looks like some kind of tooth but I'm not sure. Its been either annihilated or its something I've never seen before. 7. I think this looks like some kind of sponge. 8. this may be another sponge or possibly a coral of some kind. 9. I found a plethora of ammonoids. FINAL QUESTION: I want to see how much you think I paid for all of these. For me I was amazed at the price. Having been to a rock shop the same day that had a horn coral with the exact same detail and size was 8$ a piece. Let me know below and thanks for reading through again - John
  2. What type of trilobite

    I had recently bought this trilobite for $10 in a fossil shop in Ohio. Could anybody tell me the species and what time period it would have came from, and also if it was even worth buying. It was approximately 2 inches long.
  3. Is it possible to ID this cephalopod?

    I got this a few years back in Canaan valley (if memory serves) West Virginia before With a bunch of other fossils. I bought it, as this was before I had learned that you could actually legally hunt fossils yourself (if I had known, that valley would have been scoured for fossils, as its geology is apparently amazing). I assume this was from the area, although this could be incorrect. This one caught my eye because of its curvature, is this the way it was when it was alive or is it just disarticulated septa? Is it possible to get a close ID on this orthocerid?
  4. Where To Get Fossils?

    I am still interested in expanding my fossil collection, and i´ve been looking at various option in my home city, but there is literally only one single mineral store, and it really is quite small. I´ve visited it a few times and for now they don´t really have anything i am absolutely interested in. Since fossil sites are so far away, i can only collect at them occasionally, and then again, reptile fossils (which i am most interested in) don´t occur too often around here. I don´t really feel like ordering from international websites (such as eBay or any of the international fossil stores) at the moment, and there are only two online sites in Sweden that sell fossils, 1 of which is completely unreliable, and the other doesn´t really have a that great amount of specimens. So, my question is, where do you get fossils in a city/county completely uninterested in them?
  5. Mosasaur Teeth

    Hi, I got a question: I have bought a tooth from the mosasaur Liodon. It is very find and all, but then i found this website, that said that the teeth from Liodon doesn't have any serrations. Then i got a little confused, because on the Liodon tooth i bought, i can clearly see serrations. So is this not a Liodon tooth after all, or is this just wrong information? Can somebody clear this out for me?
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