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Found 10 results

  1. Brachiopod?

    ID please, I think I found a brachiopod.
  2. This is certainly the best tooth specimen we have found here this past year, as it feels like a rock rather than feeling like bone. I have posted a tooth or two here, y'all explained mineralized vs.fossilized and those finds were in the process of mineralization. Cool finds, not fossils. This tooth is clearly different. I couldn't wait until tomorrow to get started with identification so I did my best with the photos and understand how it can effect the ability to make a confident ID. If it's as obvious as it seems to be to me, tho, these pics are enough. Hit me with your knowledge, fossil friends, let me have it! PS. Bear with me, it's been a while. Thanks.
  3. Tiny bubbles

    I found these in the creek back in September, this is the only pic I took (just now happened upon it in my files) and I can't find them to retake pics. The largest rock, the black one in the right of the frame, is no bigger than 2" at it's widest measurement, if that helps. I'm just really curious about what would make these little bubble-like formations printed on a rock like this. Bubbles?
  4. Cool rock or finally a fossil?

    Again, it's small enough that pics are tricky to get with my phone. I've posted the interesting side, the side, and the flip side. What do you think?
  5. Is this a bone?

    I have no idea, but it's small enough that good pics have been tricky and my curiosity has gotten the better of me so I am posting what I have. Can you give it a guess?
  6. One more before my phone dies!

    Just an ID, please, there's a lot going on in this piece.
  7. Shell? Fossil? Egg?

    I can't figure out what this might be, I hope you can see it well enough. It was very hard to get good pics of the crushed side. I think it could be a crab shell, it's crushed but firm tho it seems slightly pliable and even breakable. It's not. The "mouth" seems to be more of a dent than an opening since sealed over and the perfect little circle on the top reminds me of a horseshoe crab. Some of the pics are color saturated to enhance the detail as best I could. Please, help, so curious!
  8. Geode?

    The fossil I want most to find, at this point in my addiction, is a tullymonster. A few months ago, I thought this might be one, but, now, I'm fairly certain it's just a geode and am just double checking by asking for an ID. I actually really dig (that's so punny, lol!) geodes, so I'll add it to my collection, but I have enough criniods and brachiopods. I'm throwing a little tullymonster fit!
  9. Rib bone? Iron fence?

    The metal detector found this piece, there is more that we couldn't get dislodged from a root running through the ground where we were prompted to dig. We thought it was likely part of an old iron fence or wheel, but after washing the dirt off we aren't so sure. It's got a little weight to it, but seems like it might be part of a rib cage, from what creature in what era we haven't a clue. We were, as usual, digging by the creek under the bridge at the foot of the cliffs in Carversville, Pa, with a metal detector that we were using for the first time. Between our proximity to the bridge and it being our first time out with the detector, I'm not confident that it was these pieces setting off the machine. We are going back to dig up the rest of the pieces in the morning so will post more pics tomorrow if needed for further clarity.
  10. I'm thinking fish or shell. found at ralph stover park creek in bucks county, PA Thanks!
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