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  1. Nice weather again ,
  2. Ammonite with bite mark?

    Hello all. I recently obtained this big Lytoceras sp. from Belmont D'azerques (France) I don't think this is a bad fossil for 10 dollars. Now, when I looked better I saw a big scratch. Could this be a bite mark? The scratch is 5cm long and 1 cm wide. The ammonite is Toarcien in age. Greetings
  3. Wood ?

    Hi again, this one looks like a piece of wood, do you agree ?
  4. Hello Forum, Hopefully one of you is able and willing to help me with the identification of the leaf in the photograph below. It is approximately 1.5 cm long and was found in the lower Permian (Autunian) of Lodève, Languedoc, France. Any feedback is much appreciated! Tim
  5. I think it is a Nodobolivinella compressa - a foraminifera smaller than 0,5mm. I found it in an Oligocene sample from SW France sent to me by malacologist Dirk F. www.foraminifera.eu/single.php?no=1012309&aktion=suche Optical images. Three views of the same specimen.
  6. Sauropoda

    From the album SNP Vertebrates

  7. Interclavicule Metoposauridae

    From the album SNP Vertebrates

  8. Angistrorhynchus_rutimeyeri

    From the album SNP Vertebrates

  9. What gasterae ?

    Hi everybody. Hi everybody, i've found those garsteropods in the cenomanian of Charentes-Maritimes, South-West of France. I thought the first one can be a worn Neoptyxis fleuriausa, but i'm not sure. The last looks like a Conus. I thank you in advance for your time and answers. Sophie. 1) 2)
  10. Rudist or other bivalve ?

    Among my founds i have Rynchostreonae, Pycnodonts, and also Rudists : a Polyconites, some Sphaerulites and some pieces of Ichthyosarcolites. But i wonder about this piece. Is it a Rudist, an Oyster, or something else ?
  11. Dinosaur Eggshell ID

    I traded some fossils for a bunch of European dinosaur eggshells a few years back, a mix from France and Spain. However, I stupidly misplaced the labels for these two sets of eggshells and now have no idea which site they came from (they appear to be from two different sites, judging by the colouration). I know it's a long shot, but if anyone with an interest in European dinosaur eggshells could shed some light on where these eggshells came from, it would be much appreciated. All are around 2mm tick.
  12. What kind of shells are those ?

    Hi everybody. I ask your help once again to help me find what kind of shells are those two tiny and cute things : First, there is that column beside a brachiopod. It is between seven and eight millimeters of long and three millimeters wide :
  13. sponge or else ? 6

    Hi again, here is the last piece i found from the cenomanian that could be sponge. It is calcitized because it fizzes with vinegar, so i think it also could be a strange concretion. If it's a sponge, in the book on the fossils of Charentes-Maritimes i have, the closest looking-like sponge photo i found is a Doryderma sp..
  14. Ichthyosarcolites

    Most of the time what is found of this Rudist are fragments of the internal cast of its left valve. Complete, it can reach one meter. Those are three fragments found in different places of Port des Barques. The longest are abbout 11 centimeters. The largest and smallest one has a width of more than three centimeters.
  15. corals

    Hi everybody, last week i found some corals and i need your help to try to identify them because i'm no expert at all. For those who can't visualize the tags like me, it is the cenomanian from south-west of France. Thanks in advance. 1)
  16. Hi, last week i was in holidays in the department of Charentes Maritimes, in a place where you have kilometers of uncovered seabed and where the nearest isle is reachable by foot when the tide is low.
  17. sponge or else ? 5

    Hello again, always in the cenomanian of Charentes-Maritimes in France, i have those pieces. I think they are sponges. 1) 2)
  18. Sponge or else ? 4

    Here is another piece which, i believe could be a sponge. It looks like a stachyspongia, but i see that it's a Campanian sponge.
  19. Sponge or else ? 3

    Those ones make me think they could be sponges or bryozoans. 1) 2)
  20. Sponge or else ? 2

    I present you this tiny thing that sticks on an oyster shell. I believe it has great chances to be a sponge, what do you think ?
  21. Bivalve steinkern from France

    Hi all, Anyone know what species/genus this bivalve steinkern is? It's from Rivière-sur-Tarn, a location in France that yields fossils from the Toarcian stage of the early Jurassic (approx 180 mya). Best regards, Max
  22. Gastropod from France

    Hi all, Anyone know what species/genus this gastropod is? It's from Rivière-sur-Tarn, a location in France that yields fossils from the Toarcian stage of the early Jurassic (approx 180 mya). Best regards, Max
  23. Another bivalve steinkern from France

    Hi all, Anyone know what species/genus this gastropod is? Never seen anything like this one before... It's from Rivière-sur-Tarn, a location in France that yields fossils from the Toarcian stage of the early Jurassic (approx 180 mya). Best regards, Max
  24. Eusphenopteris nummularia (Gutbier 1835)

    From the album Plantae

    From the late Carboniferous Westfalian at Calonne-Ricouart, France. Recieved on a trade with Gery (Nala)
  25. Lepidodendron sp. (Sternberg 1820)

    From the album Plantae

    Imprint of a stem. From the late Carboniferous Westfalian at Calonne-Ricouart, France. Recieved on a trade with Gery (Nala)