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  1. chatping

    Minster, Isle of Sheppey Oct 2021

    Hi guys Went over to Sheppey yesterday to see what I could find... I'm a total novice, so I tend to pick up anything with an interesting shape and/or texture. Found some pyritised wood/twigs, a bit of crab in a phosphatic nodule, a little gastropod and some very round seed pods. The following pics are of the ones I had trouble figuring out due to their shapes resembling other things. Any clues would be great! Thanks ONE I'd like to think it's some kind of pointy reptile scute, but from my browse online it's possibly a pyritised seed husk? 3rd pic shows the dep
  2. patrick plesiosaurus

    Coprolite, Poor belemnite or poor vertebrae???

    I found this on the port mulgrave coast of yorkshire. It is Jurassic What could it be?? 19cm long and 2.5cm across Patrick
  3. I found these two stones on a beach on the southern coast of England, and they seem to have fossils embedded in them. I'm not sure what they could be, can someone here help me identify them?
  4. Bugbug017

    Found this on the beach

    Found this on the beach in oregon about 20 years ago. Any ideas?
  5. ChemoArch

    Possibly some type of bone?

    So sorry for all the spam, I just have so many items I’d like to get identified. Found this at a site along the Southern California coastline, along with many other specimens (some already published looking for ID). Can’t tell if it’s bone or some type of petrified palmwood (this site is littered with chippings of palmwood).
  6. ChemoArch

    Fossilized Tooth?

    Hello there friends, I’m new to the community, so I don’t really know how this works. I have a couple of artifacts I’d like to get an ID on, starting with what seems to be a Manta tooth?
  7. ChemoArch

    Whale Bone?

    This was found at the same site we recovered a possible manta ray tooth from along the coast of Southern California. It has two to three distinct layers, one very thin layer possibly 1mm thick (on the outter side, displaying some black tar-like markings), a layer about 3-4mm thick (just below that thinnest layer described above), and the last layer being 3/4 of an inch thick (this layer is very porous). Can only provide one photo as I’m limited to the size of the upload, I possibly can upload more images if possible. Looking if we can get an ID on the subject, thank you for all of your help.
  8. jerseygurl

    Leave them be?

    Hello All, First let me say that I am happy to have this forum. It is great to have such a diverse community at our finger tips. I have lots of common beach finds that I am not able to ID and so I am wondering if I should stop picking them up. Thoughts and advice as to what these fragments might be. I’m especially interested in the top left corner items, as I do not know what formed them into that shape. Everything Else I can identify - gastropod molds, Indian point, teeth, coral, and maybe some bone fragments. The last 3 pics are of an item I found a few years ago in the
  9. Shaun the Sheep

    Fossil ID

    I would appreciate an Id for this item, I found this on the coast about 15 years ago
  10. In a week or so I am going to drive the 5 hours from Tacoma WA to Beverly beach Oregon. I know I will find some fossils there but I also know there are many good spots around this area or maybe on the way that many Oregonians or other fossil hunters may know. My main trip goes like this. 1. Leave Tacoma WA 2. Drive to Gleneden beach 3. Drive to Beverley beach 4. Drive to seal rock beach. 5. Drive home. I am hoping for a little guidance for this because I am driving so far, I want to be sure I'll find something. My goal is to find some clams and
  11. I had a free morning last weekend, so I drove out to Jalama beach. A while ago while searching for good places to fossil hunt near Santa Barbara I saw this post and since then have stopped by twice for a few hours each to crack rocks without any luck. This time I finally found myself a Jalama beach fish. It's not in good enough shape to identify (for me, anyway), but it's nice to finally get something. I had read that the south side of the beach is more fossil rich, so I walked south until I didn't see any people and then started working my way back. The fossil-rich layer is a beige layer
  12. ByerlyDan

    Fish or fowl?

    Found this specimen at the edge of the water while shelling this past Sunday, January 12, 2020, at Navarre Beach in Santa Rosa County, Florida. My first guess is that it is the top portion of the beak of a species of bird, but found nothing when I Goggled it. It measures 35 mm in length and 22 mm at it’s widest point. I really appreciate your help and apologize in advance for my “beginner” status and lack of knowledge in the field. Sincerely, DB
  13. A video I made showing some of my finds from Summer. Hopefully you enjoy. Collected near Whitby.
  14. tracyeh

    fossil identification!!

    found this on the beach and am curious as to what it is!! let me know!
  15. Shyamon

    Saurid Skull, Croatian Coast

    Hello Sorry I'm new I just registered to find some answers Yesterday while searching for some fossilized clams or marine stuff I came across this little beauty. It's about 7 cm wide and some 5 cm high. I found it at the Dalmatian Coast in Croatia. Anybody knows what it could be? And, what do I do with it now? Do I carry it to a museum? Kind regards
  16. Found today on the English Yorkshire Coast ( Runswick bay). At first i thought it was maybe layers of a type of fossilised plant but I cant find anything to match the markings on this. Completely baffled by it. Looks very cool though. ID help, please?
  17. The Neanderoll

    Weird fossil - what's dis den?

    Hello! I found this on the beach today. It's a great site for Belemnites, bivalves and the occasional Ammonite. The beach here is at the head of an estuary which enjoys big tidal surges. So many of the fossils have been washed along the coast from well known Jurassic sites like Whitby. They're usually ocean polished and removed from any cortex by the sea. So this little guy is about and Inch and half long. It looks like a lobster claw, but surely a fossil lobster claw wouldn't be this well preserved? It's definitely stone and gives a
  18. Chris Kimo

    Possible Fish Fin North York coast?

    Good morning guys! I’ve recently been exploring the coast of North York and found ammonites in abundence I also split open a rock to reveal what appears to be a fish fin of some sorts can anyone clarify this for me!? It would be greatly appreciated! I’ll also post some pics of the anmonites found and if anyone knows what species they are could you inform me please! Thanks for your time! Also sorry about the poor lighting of the ammonite picture Hope they can still be made out.
  19. I've also recently found what appears to be a large segment of fossilized bone combing the coast of Yorkshire at the bottom of a cliff. Could just be a rock with a similar shape for all I know but it looks like a fragment to a larger piece of bone. Any help would be greatly appreciated before I decide to discard it. Thanks guys!
  20. Hello! I am not really a fossil collector- or any kind of expert- but I do like to collect natural things I find in various places, and have held on to these for a few years without having an idea if they're really anything at all. I found this forum and would absolutely love some help! Even if there is no identification to be had, it would be great to know if it's still worth holding onto- or... just a rock. The first is a white hard substance with some interesting spiral patterns in it. As you can see in the first photo, the inside chamber of the main form is hollow. I found it on a Californ
  21. Fossilywend

    Is this a vertebra?

    Id be very grateful for an ID, found loose on the coast of Yorkshire, evidence of a recent cliff fall. Area known for mesozoic finds, ammonites, ichthyosaur finds etc. length just over 6cm, circumference -widest bit- just over 16 cm. If it is bone, like a vertebra, how do i care for it? Thanks.
  22. Fossilywend

    What is this?

    Hi everyone. This is my first request for an ID, I'm a complete newbie with limited knowledge but very eager to learn. This might be nothing, but I thought it was strange. Found loose on a Yorkshire beach (UK) unsure whether it was washed up by the sea or came away in a cliff fall. Area known for ammonites/Mesazoic/Jurassic finds. Measures approx 9cm in length, 18 cm circumference.
  23. DaisyBelle

    Can you tell what these are please?

    Hi all I know nothing about fossils but have been tasked with finding out what two fossils are. Please see image attached. Are they ammonites? They were found in Pembrokeshire. Many thanks in advance for your help.
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