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  1. Coprolite or meteorite?

    Hi, I found this in a creek in Austin. It's very dense and has lots of smooth bumps. I was wondering if it was maybe Coprolite or maybe a meteorite. I tested to see if it was magnetic but I couldn't really feel anything. It's about the size of a golf ball. Can someone help me id this? Thank you!
  2. Hello, I was trying to find the identity of some marine fossils I found, and found this great forum! I am from Montana, but have been wintering in Yuma, Arizona. I have been finding all sorts of neat rocks and marine fossils in the desert outside of Yuma where the Colorado river had once flowed into a large ocean. I have found several roundish rocks that seem to have fossilized marine life in them? I was told by a Coprolite collector that is a characteristic of Coprolite found in this area? I would appreciate an ID on the specimens, or speculations as to what they are? Below is one specimen, different angles, notice the square holes!? Thanks!
  3. Coprolite

    From the album Coprolites

  4. Coprolite with vertebra

    From the album Coprolites

  5. Coprolite with vertebra

    From the album Coprolites

  6. Cenomanian coprolite detail

    From the album Coprolites

  7. Cenomanian coprolite detail

    From the album Coprolites

  8. Cenomanian coprolite detail

    From the album Coprolites

  9. Cenomanian coprolite detail

    From the album Coprolites

  10. Cenomanian coprolite detail

    From the album Coprolites

  11. Cenomanian coprolite

    From the album Coprolites

  12. Cenomanian coprolite

    From the album Coprolites

  13. Cenomanian coprolite

    From the album Coprolites

  14. Lepisosteidae scale in coprolite

    From the album Coprolites

  15. Lepisosteidae scale in coprolite

    From the album Coprolites

  16. Coprolite

    From the album Coprolites

  17. Coprolite

    From the album Coprolites

  18. Coprolite

    From the album Coprolites

  19. Paralbula casei tooth

    From the album Coprolites

  20. Paralbula casei tooth

    From the album Coprolites

  21. Paralbula casei tooth

    From the album Coprolites

  22. Interesting coprolite

    Hi guys, I normally collect only bones but in the layers where I collect them, coprolites are also often abundant. But mostly they are not very well preserved so I don't take them with me. This one is the best one I found so far and I wonder if it might be possible to find out which animal "produced" it It comes from the so called "Grenzbonebed", which is a triassic layer between Muschelkalk and Keuper. Its approximately 4 cm long. It would be great if someone can help here. Maybe @GeschWhat? My personal guess would be that it comes from a fish (maybe shark)... Thanks and stay healthy!
  23. Since I couldn't go out to dig for fossils, I decided to go on a micro dig. Today's dig was in a coprolite fragment from the Oligocene. Prior to excavation, the broken face of the coprolite looked like this. You can see a little bit of bone peeking through. After about an hour of excavation under 40X magnification, I uncovered what I think is a rodent tooth and possibly a toe bone and claw??? What do you think? Does anyone out there know their Rupelian rodents? Grinding Surface of the tooth: Side view showing roots: Small toe bone and claw or an fractured toe/foot bone? Is fossil poop cool or what???
  24. Polish coprolite: shark?

    Hello all This summer I found this coprolite in the Odra quarry in Poland. I found around 6 of these but nothing else. The other members of the group found shark teeth and some other stuff. Mosasaur remains are also found there, but extremely rare. I know it's hard to assign coprolites to kind of animal, but is this what a shark coprolite would look like? Around 1 cm.
  25. Everything was pretty well picked over in my regular spots so I took a thirteen mile eleven hour hike with a friend at the North Sulphur River Texas. Here's my finds. The mosaaur tooth, fish fin with verts, fish occipital condyle and the big Tylosaur vert made my day. The water moccasins were mating and did not appreciate us walking by. They both took the time to open their mouths and warn us to get away.
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