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  1. I feel so silly putting in the tags, because I have no idea what scientific terms I would use... I'm sorry for my ignorance! I found this rock in a streambed in Shasta County, California, USA. I will try to attach the best pictures I can; unfortunately the only camera I have available is my phone, equipped also with a magnifying application. As you see, from comparison with my hand, it is very small. Perhaps the size of, or a bit larger than, a quail egg. Please excuse me if I've done this incorrectly, or if there is some additional information I should provide. I thank you so much for your time and any input!
  2. I have collected a number of fossils and minerals over the last 30 years and keen to make a plunge at purchasing some Fossil eggs. i have seen a pair of Hadrosaur eggs due for sale at auction but really concerned to know if they are fake. Read a few posts on this. i have posted a pic keen to get any views size is 22 cm long states evidence of “leathery surface” thanks
  3. possible egg?

    came across this on my travels and just wondered if anyone can shed more light on it? found on the north east coast of england. the 'egg' is about the size of a golf ball
  4. This is supposedly a Oviraptor egg, I was wondering whether it is authentic. Or whether all the egg shells were stuck on.
  5. Fossilized egg

    Can someone please tell me if this is an actual fossilized egg / it’s hollow - and if so, where would I sell it or get it authenticated?
  6. Clarno Volcanic Field

    Nut, seed, or egg? Discovered near Ashwood, Oregon. Outer shell cracked open at end. Golden hue inside specimen.
  7. Egg shell?

    I found this rock in the desert outside St. George, Utah. It looks like an eggshell to me, but I have no experience here. I'd appreciate any thoughts!
  8. Hello everyone I am Elsa from China and i live in Washington D.C. now. I bought a dinosaur eggs from one of my friend in China and it took me $1500, it's very very big and heavy, but i have never bought fossils before now. If you can help me to confirm the fossils in the pictures below are authentic i would be very thankful. And if they are real what kind of eggs are they?
  9. Fossilized Egg?

    I found this in central Iowa, not sure of exactly where. Kind of looked like an egg to me. It's more yellow on the inside with a kind of shell around it.
  10. Is this an egg?

    Hello! When I was a child, living in Northern New Jersey, I found a strange rock that I picked up. I noticed it looked different, so I threw it against another rock to break it open to see what was inside. The pictures that are attached are what I found. Pictures 1 through 4 are from all sides, pretty much as it looked when I found it
  11. I posted a topic - Middle Devonian of Livingston County New York - recently and decided to include the other shelves in the display case. Also a fellow member requested to see more in the room so its their fault I had many more Oligocene fossils at one time and this is what I kept over the years (either I found it or it means something to me). Im sure there will be questions for me. Thanks, Mikeymig
  12. Is this an egg or just a round rock?
  13. This is a giant egg from Xixia, Henan. It is 40cm long and 15cm wide. It is said that there is some restoration (the dark colored area). What is your view on its authenticity? Thanks!
  14. Look at these wonderful eggs. If I tell you that they are all man made, do you believe it?
  15. round something about 4 inches across

    I dont know much about this or where it was found as it was in a closet in a house my friend bought. its not perfectly round or I would say billiard ball...lol...I am thinking its marble or quartz but on the slim chance I posted it here.
  16. Is this anything other than a rock?

    Gday all, was wondering if this was an egg or a rock? I found it on a beach in Australia near the border of south Australia and Victoria when I was a kid, I cut it in half and just forgot about it for around 20 years!
  17. This is an Oviraptor egg, Eastern Asia, 60% eggshell coverage. 80 million years old. It seems authentic to me, but I’m not an expert. Do you believe that this is authentic (and definitely an Oviraptor egg)? Also is this is a quality specimen? Thanks
  18. Real or fake segnosaur egg. Came with COA

    Hi is this real or fake, came with COA
  19. This egg was said to be dug up from Ganzhou. It has two bones on the matrix, do you think it’s genuine? If real, how could this happen? A dinosaur (the mother?) was buried with the egg?
  20. Egg Mold from Jordan

    hello, I found this egg mold close to my house, there were an excavation, i found it in the dirt they bulldozed away. (it wasn't broken when i first found it, it fell by mistake). from the other side it's just a normal orange-ish sedimentary stone(i don't have enough media MBs left). And, I see these orange lines in the bottom of the stone too often on other stones i want to know what they are. thank you.
  21. what is this?

    I found this in a load of gravel that came in for the drive it looked very different from the other stones and stuck out. At first I thought it was a squashed fossilized urchin but after looking at it more closely I just dont know...I have included as many photos as I could get of the outer part ... then I have some of the open side....my question is is this an urchin of some type or could it be an egg???. Mon Sep 17 00-46-22....is the bottom of the item in question.
  22. Any idea if this egg is genuine? If yes, what kind of egg is that?
  23. There is a continuous discussion on whether eggs sold online from Malaysia sellers are real or fakes. There are some eggs which are clearly fakes and other which look real. I am not sure about the oviraptor eggs. I put some photos here from an egg that was recently auctioned. What do you think? Fake? Heavily restored? Real in a very good condition?
  24. ID egg shaped

    Hello, I'm hoping this is an egg fossil, but I can't seem to find anything like it. Supposedly it can be cut show the inside. Weighs 2.5 lbs The measuring device shows inches on top, cm on bottom Thanks
  25. Do you think these eggs from Henan, China are genuine?
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