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  1. hello and i thank you for your opinions and i welcome your admiration of this beautiful find. can you identify it? do you see the "chop" marks in the green crust? they appear all the way around the bone. the first picture, it is wet on a sunny day - the others are dry on a cloudy day. it weighs 8 pounds. it is 8 inches wide and about 6 inches tall and 6 inches deep. i found it digging in denton - i landscape - most likely fence posts or plants - i dont remember - what i do remember is i had it for years before i recognized that it was a bone...when i grabbed it i thought i grabbed a green rock, which was fine with me. years later i found it again in a pile of stuff, so i washed it off and low and behold....its a bone. some time later i picked it up again and noticed it had chop marks or looks like chop marks and i also noticed that the chop marks are all the way around. am i wrong ? oh yeah, i dont know what animal this bone comes from - any ideas ?
  2. Green ammonite

    A nice block of ammonites from the Gräfenberg quarry. Although not very visible on the pictures, the ammonites are actually of a nice dark green, thanks to the glauconite present.
  3. Show your Xmas fossils!

    Merry Xmas everyone!!! To celebrate this long-awaited holiday, how about we showcase some fossils linked to it? It can be anything: a fossil that you got for Xmas, found on Xmas day, or a fossil that reminds you of something "Xmassy". Explain why! I'll start off: Orthosphinctes desmoides (?) Gräfenberg, Germany Grafenburg Formation, Kimmeridgian, Jurassic I got this gorgeous double-ammonite piece from my parents for Xmas yesterday! Also, although you can't see it very well on the picture, the ammonites have a nice dark green color thanks to the glauconite that they are made of (similar color to a Xmas tree)!
  4. Hello all. Its been a long time since I have had the chance to do fossil hunting after the hurricanes that hit Puerto Rico. Floods, contaminated waters, power outtages have made it very difficult. Anyway, I took a vacation and found this for a resonable price at an antique store. This would be my first insect fossil as well as my first fossil from the green river formation. It is labeled as: Fossil Fly Eocene Epoch 38-55 millions years old green river formation wyoming i am wondering if the identification is correct and if it is possible to know more information on the piece. Sorry I do not have a ruler for scale. Thank you!
  5. North Sulphur River ID help

    I found this odd greenish piece a couple of weeks ago while walking down the North Sulphur River near Ladonia TX. Size is a couple of inches across the widest section and 3-4 inches tall.
  6. Hi, I'm a beginner with fossils and recently purchased a Knightia fossil for 50 New Zealand dollars. When I got home I took a look and noticed it appeared painted. I've researched and apparently people often paint over to enhance it and make it look better. The question is, is it fake? I don't mind if it's painted over for looks but I will be disappointed if it's completely fake. Has to be painted, now I'm just wondering whether it's a genuine fossil or not
  7. Green River Insect?

    Need help identifying this fossil. Green River formation. Parachute Creek member. Douglas Pass, Colorado. Radar Dome location. The specimen is 5/8" across. This is the best I can do for a photograph until I can get a macro lens. (or learn how to take better photos) I have tried many different settings and lighting, but I can't seem to get a better photo. Thank you for your help.
  8. Diplomystus dentatus

    Common fish from the Green River Formation in Wyoming.
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