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Found 5,018 results

  1. Mahantango formation clam or armored fish?

    Could it be Zascinaspis heensi or just a clam?
  2. Fossil fish fin?

    I found this fossil yesterday near Whitby at Runswick Bay. Ammonites and belemnites are common here in the Jurassic cliffs, but I also found this. I am unsure as to whether it may be part of a fish or something else entirely- can anyone help?
  3. Hi everyone, I was looking around for carch teeth and this one caught my eye. It’s in rough shape but I don’t mind. Only issue is, to me the tooth looks like it has some glue and possibly composite on it. I want to know what you guys think so please let me know! Does it look like a low quality tooth, or a bad repair job? Tooth measures 4 inches long and comes from the Kem Kem Basin
  4. Id on fossil

  5. Id on fossil

    I need help identifying this
  6. Egg-looking rock

    I am on vacation in Maine when I came across this weird rock that was completely different from all different rocks in the area. It had an outer layer that was very cracked up, but could easily be broken off from the the other layer, like a shell. It was fairly heavy, but it seemed so weirdly different!
  7. Nj Cretaceous pathological Tooth id

    I’m thinking this is a pathological goblin tooth?
  8. Can anyone identify this object found last year on the shore at Lyme Regis? Thanks and warm regards.
  9. Fossil ID: Petrified wood?

    My late father found this when clearing land in central Mississippi in the 1980’s. It’s been on his property since then and he always believed it was petrified wood. Can anyone help ID? It measures 27” x 12”.
  10. Fossil ID

    I found what I assume to be a fossil or trace fossil, but I have no idea what it is. Found this on a bed of other rocks on the bank of a creek in south-central Kentucky. I'm sorry the measurements are in imperial, I could not find a metric ruler.
  11. Shark Tooth ID?

    So this tooth was found on the beach. Anyone able to help with ID? Thank you!
  12. My daughter found this at a beach in South Carolina USA . The ruler is in inches that is all I had. Please help us figure out what this is.
  13. Hey, I was wondering if these were real or fake, they look off to me but I’m not by any means an expert, so I’d love some help! TIA
  14. Big Brook Ammonite Genus?

    When fossil hunting in Big Brook yesterday, I came across an ammonite fossil that was very well preserved for the area! It was multiple chambers put together! I'm just wondering if it is possible to tell the genus of the animal, any help would be much appreciated! Thank you! -Snag
  15. I’m sure....a NEWBIE question

    Evening! I spent a couple days in Bone Valley (FL) and found this. Is it something or am I just being hopeful? I hope I don’t look like a wishful idiot here. Thanks and stay safe everyone. chris
  16. These were found east of Burns, Oregon in a road cut. I thought maybe redwood but the structure is vertical not horizontal. Can anyone tell me the name of my little guys? Thanks! Nyla
  17. Dinosaur tooth, or trilobite?

    I have 300$ for a fossil, and i don't know what is better to buy: a dinosaur tooth (diplodocus/camarasaurus), or a good trilobite (like huntonia from Oklahoma). What do you think?
  18. Fossil? Deer jaw?

    Hey all, here’s another deer jaw that I’m wondering if it’s a fossil or modern, I know it’s difficult to know if it’s modern or a fossil cause deer are still around but I’d really appreciate if you could give some insight! @Harry Pristis @Fossildude19 @digit @Bone Daddy @ShellseekerTIA
  19. Location is in Missouri The area is dated to the Pennsylvanian Formation: Muncie Creek Shale Found this very small tooth like structure and was wondering if anyone could confirm if it is a tooth or not. Normally I can identify teeth if they are large enough, but this specimen is very small. I have found teeth before in these concretions but much larger such as a possible Symmorium or Glikmanius along with a tooth from a member of Eugeneodontida. Here are some images I edited that might make some details more clearer:
  20. Fossil in quartz? Please help with ID

    Hi all, is this piece a fossil in quartz? It was found in the Andes region, I don´t have it myself, sorry for the pictures. Thanks a lot for your help!!!
  21. Fossil ID please

    Any ideas on this fossil?
  22. Identification Needed

    If anyone could help me figure out what this is, that would be awesome, I found it at the beach while looking for shark teeth.
  23. Hello my friends ! I just wanted do share pics of superb. male Jumping Spider ( Salticidae ) that i had. It is not often to see so amazing, colorful and well preserved eyes of jumpers so a little showing off I will upload more photos in comments. Cheers from Poland !
  24. Hello all, I have a few fossils that do not fit into the ID categories of topics I have already created so I will post them here. This first one I have no idea what it is, it has an asymmetrical shape with a beak-like portion to the shell that curves to one side. It is somewhat similar to a modern slipper limpet. I don't know if this is a gastropod, pelycopod, or something else. I am not expecting to get a genus or species for this thing since all of the shell is missing but being able to identify it to some extent would be great.
  25. Scute or Spur ??

    New member. I am wondering what kind of fossil this is. The fossil is almost exactly 1 inch (2.54 cm) wide and the same long and one half inch high. It came from a beach near Jensen Beach.
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