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Found 114 results

  1. Large fossil identification help

    These were found in a North MS creek. The cut of the creek is down to the hardpan and fifteen feet below ground level. There were numerous fractures on and beyond the exposed portions of the fossils. To accommodate for this and to maintain their integrity, both of them were removed along with hard pan, as a shelf. The smaller of the two fossils was found less than an inch away from the main body. As with the larger fossil, it was fractured and fell into four pieces--the nub, the main body, a shoot, and a tip--and these can be seen in the lower right and the upper left corners, respectively. Any help would be greatly appreciated and thank you in advance.
  2. Unknown Gainesville Creek Fossils

    Hello everyone, I recently went fossil hunting in Rattlesnake Creek of Gainesville, Florida (Late Miocene) and uncovered many different fossils but three of them I am unsure of the identity of them. I believe one may be a type of vertebrae, but the others I can not place. The creek is shallow, relatively fast moving with a sandy bottom but many areas where gravel, fossils and stones accumulate. The first 4 pictures are of the same fossil, the next 3 of the the second, and the last 3 pictures of the last fossil. I would appreciate any attempts to help identify. Thank you very much!
  3. Hello all! Just like to ask if anyone can provide me some locations in/near Toronto, Ontario in Canada, of fossil sites free for the public to collect, that does not require hammering into rocks? Cuz I know of some quarries, but I have to hammer some rocks in order to find fossils. So what I'm saying, is that, whether there are places in Canada, where I can find fossils lying on the ground for me to pick up without any restrictions? Are there? Responses are appreciated, as always.
  4. Trilobite?

    I found this around 2 years ago in a creek in North Alabama. I'm pretty sure it's a partial trilobite but I'm not sure.
  5. Unknown bone

    So was in one of my usual ditches where I usually find whale bones, and shark teeth varying from Angustidens to Megs. Came across the strange bone that to me looks like a beak of a bird or something. The strange formations or cup like pattern is what threw me off. Found 25 miles inland from Charleston SC and guessing Miocene, Chandler Bridge formation. Any ideas?
  6. I found this fossil around 4 years ago in a creek in West Virginia. I'm curious to know if it is possible to determine the time period when this fossil might have formed, the possible creature it might have been, and just more about it in general. The fossil is composed of a very deeply embedded scale pattern that is about 2.5 inches in diameter. Only about 1/2 of the fossil is very visible, and the fossil is in a layered black rock. The fossil appears as though it is long, like a snake would have been, but unfortunately I only have a small portion of the original fossil, so it's hard to tell. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  7. Catoma Creek shark tooth

    My sons and I went out to Catoma Creek to look for cretaceous fossils yesterday. We got some nice sea urchins. My sons have great eyes and can find the little bitty shark teeth that I can't see... but I lucked out and saw this one sticking point first out of the dirt. Is this a goblin shark or what? I was really happy to see it, is the biggest one we have found at this site so far.
  8. Here is a very nice little gastropod fossil I found in a creek about 10 miles east of Dallas recently. Once I washed it off well I was shocked by the detail, and even colored stripes! Can anybody give me more info on this? I will post it to the Gallery with more info. Is it very common to see color in fossilized gastropods? Thanks again! KP
  9. Mazon Creek: Round 2

    Hi all, I recently worked up the nerve to hit mazon again. I have some suspicions on what a couple of these might be but was wondering what other people thought. 1 2 3 4
  10. My son found this in a creek LOADED with cretaceous fossils (shells, sea uchins, shark teeth). Is this a fossil or just a rock?
  11. Creek Walk

    Took a walk in a creek before I had to leave for out of town. No digging required on this trip, the rains from Irma made for a fun day, plus I was recovering from a shoulder injury.There's a few more pics from this trip in my Gallery. Came out of the creek with a few angys, a nice ray plate, smaller megs, mako, and a horse tooth. Also found a bone that i'm not sure as to what it is. All in all a great day for a walk.
  12. SC Lowcountry fun

    Thought I posted into this discussion earlier but instead slapped it into the SC forum. Heres all the pics from a recent walk I took in a creek after Irma's rains roller through. Couldn't do much in the way of digging, shoulder injury wasnt having any lifting going on. So I took a nice walk, enjoyed nature, and found some teeth along the way (along with a baby copperhead, some friendly turtles, and one squirrel that decided to follow me around). Anyway, scored a beauty of an Angustiden, horse tooth, ray mouth plate, small megs, makos, small verts, just a little bit of everything. Sorry for all the insitu pics, im a sucker for em.......
  13. Walk in the creek after Irma

    From the album Mitchu Fossils

  14. Walk in the creek after Irma

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  15. Walk in the creek after Irma

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  16. Walk in the creek after Irma

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  17. Walk in the creek after Irma

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  18. Walk in the creek after Irma

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  19. Walk in the creek after Irma

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  20. Walk in the creek after Irma

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  21. Walk in the creek after Irma

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  22. Walk in the creek after Irma

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  23. Walk in the creek after Irma

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  24. Walk in the creek after Irma

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  25. Walk in the creek

    From the album Mitchu Fossils

    Couldn't dig because of a shoulder injury, so I took a little walk instead.
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