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  1. Good morning, I hope all is well with you and thank you for having a look at this post and the pictures I will be uploading. Obviously my hope is to figure out what this is. About 10 years ago I found this in the Eifel National Park here in Germany. I posted two pictures to give indication. It was found literally "in the woods." I was walking through the forest, rather far off from any path, and found this. In my opinion rather heavy for its sizes. It weighs about 6.5 Kg (about 14 pounds) I have always called it “the tree rock” and pick it up now and again, look at it, scratch my head and put it back on the landing where it sits and collects dust and dog hairs. The first six pictures are the perspectives. I numbered them 01 to 06. I guess the pictures give the description, but I feel inclined to comment on Picture no. five and six: No. 5: 1. this is the main reason I feel this may be a tree or some sort of wood fossil 2. It reminds me very much of an end of a rotted branch or tree stump. No. 6: 1. This side is noticeably different. 2. It is a bit blackened and rounded (convex if you will, but the radius is only in one direction as far as I can tell) 3 .The black does not rub off. 4. There are a few small holes that sort of remind me of escaping gas bubbles in a way. 5. ADD TO POST: This event got me riled up a bit.... While I was looking at the post I suddenly had the desire to hold a magnet on this side and the magnet holds, but only to this side where the black is!! I find that to be rather interesting to be honest. Assume that there is iron / Fe or something that contains that. The pictures after the first six are not sorted in any particular order, but to help with discussion or comments I lettered them. I also posted two pictures of the area where I found this. Basically in the Eifel National Park, which is near to Belgium and the Netherlands. Thank you in advance for your help and comments. :-) Have a good day because, who knows what tomorrow will bring?
  2. I found this fossil along with others, looking for id! Id love to learn more about it
  3. Hi everyone today again I found another plant fossil in the creek it use to be 2 feet long but I could not get it out in one piece because it seemed to fall apart when when I tried to remove it but I did get one piece out with good detail here are some photos
  4. Hi we are newbies, went to Kemerer and found a lot of fish, and a slab with a tree branch (about a foot long 6 " wide). YOu can see patterns of the bark, but it is very faint. I am not sure if we should remove the covering and see if there is a darker layer under the stone? As it was a fairly larger specimen it may be more 3 dimensional. Any Suggestions? Any one have ideas? (On the fish I have heard 1:6 and 1:20 diluted wood glue is that correct?
  5. strange wood fossil that needs ID

    Hi everyone this is Matthew again today in the creek I found this strange fossil I think it might be some kind of wood but I am not sure ? does anyone know what this is?
  6. Branch or strobilus?

    Hello. Is it a branch with leaf-scars and cone scars or a cones? I hope you will understand me Late triassic, Russia, Chelyabinsk region.
  7. Hello all. I had recently made a post needing to repair a fossil of ferns (Lygenopteris hoeninghousi) and an unknown branch. It is now repaired and I wanted to get a proper ID on the branch specifically and see what you all think it is from. Do you believe it is also from Lygenopteris hoeninghousi? I think the preserved hair like spines along the branch are particularly interesting. It was found in a coal mine in Alabama and is in shale. Thank you all.
  8. Have we found a bone?

    Ok, so we searched and searched today. We FINALLY found a roadside shale bank, saw a few ferns and Cordiates (I’m learning) So we pulled this piece, split it and got a beauty of a fern. Then.... this fell out. It looks like a bone?!?! But I’m fully prepared to accept it’s a branch. Let us know.....
  9. Calamite

    From the album Carbondale, PA

    Calamities sp., a tree-like plant with hollow, woody stem that grew more than 100 ft high (30m). Found in a tailings pile in Carbondale, PA.
  10. Lepidodendron?

    I bought this specimen many years ago in a small museum in Austria. The fossil itself is a very fragile flat piece of coal, was collected locally and sold by the same paleontologist who works in the museum itself. I cleaned it by myself since it was not prepared and covered in soil fragments, the real shape of the fossil had remained hidden behind a black layer of dust. When purchasing, I was told that it probably was a bark fragment from Alethopteris, but looking at it now I have the heavy suspect that it is instead a small Lepidodendron branch (excluding all the surrounding undefined plant material). More detailed information: found on mount Königsstuhl in Nockalm, southern Austria dated 330 million years, Middle Mississippian, Carboniferous measures approximately 21,7 x 14,2 cm This additional photo can be found on my Deviantart page, (am I allowed to post this link here?)
  11. Is this fossil of bamboo

    I see many of these fossils where I live. I was wondering if they are bamboo. I read that Millions of years ago, it use to be tropic in Eastern Canada.
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