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Found 564 results

  1. A couple of rough trilobites for ID

    I am down to my last few trilobites to label from this summer yet. Am open to suggestions on these less than perfect finds: 1. Found in the Galena/ Ordovician of Iowa. Isotelus? If so, is the species obvious? 2. Found in the Platteville formation/ Ordovician of SW Wisconsin. Flexi? 3. Another Galena/ Ordovician but from Minnesota
  2. Juvenile t-rex tooth?

    I stumbled upon a possible rex tooth which is only 0,75 inch and is labeled as a juvenile t-rex. I know that small tyrannosaur teeth is harder to identify but I cant deny that the bulkiness of this makes me believe its a rex tooth. Its found in the hell creek formation of powder river county. Boys and ladies , what do you think?
  3. Plant-like fragment ID?

    Found this fragment. Seems like it could be a relatively large thing. It's found with at lot of fossils of the kind in the last picture, if that helps. It's from Norway. And I guess that's all I know. If I was forced to guess, I'd say, maybe a sea anenomy??
  4. Unidentified tooth and weird dino bone

    Hi! I have some question marks about some of my fossils that I bought early as a child. I have a tooth that was labelled as coelophysis, I know its not a coelophysis, everything about it is wrong for being that, I cant remember where it was found , but if someone has an idea what it possibly/maybe can be its good enough for me. The other fossil is a dinosaur Bone fragment which according to what i can remember is from hell creek formation and was labelled as triceratops. Im mostly curious to know why it looks like it does because it doesnt look like a normal fragment to me, it also has some unusal textures within a convex circle. Sorry for the mediocre photos, My mobile camera has the Specs of a potato. If you need to see more or better photos, just let me know and I will use another camera
  5. New Member

    Hi, I have been a mineral specimen collector and have dabbled a bit in fossils for fun. I recently acquired a fossil and was seeking some advice. This piece still needs some work and restoration and I was wondering if anyone knew someone who could help me out. I am pretty sure it is a protoceratops skull. Still lots of loose pieces that need to be added to it. I am in Atlanta. Attached is a picture. I can send more. Thanks for any help or advice. Demetrios
  6. Teeth that are "easy" to id?

    Hi! Im wondering if there is dinosaur teeth that are relatively easy to id when it comes down to a specific species? Like a dinosaur with very odd or distinctive looking teeth that cant be mistaken to be anything else. I know that isolated teeth is often hard or impossible to id , but maybe there is some exception ? Best regards Patrik
  7. Fossil ID help - Savannah

    Found this vertebra its about 3 inches long. I'm thinking maybe dolphin? If anyone has any idea what it belonged to? Thanks!
  8. Hi! Its been awhile since I posted. I found this vertebra near Tybee Island in the Savannah River. Its about 6 inches long and 3 inches thick. Anyone has any idea what it might have belonged to? Thanks !
  9. ID needed - possible tooth?

    I recently found this in a creek in Gainesville, FL and would like to figure out what it is. My best guess would be a worn-down beaver incisor, but it could just be an oddly broken bone for all I know. The 'tip' looks like it had repeated wear in life, and the 'root' has two circular indentations. The cross section is 14mm at the 'root', and the indentations are roughly 4.5mm diameter each. Let me know if there's any more info that could help. Thanks so much!
  10. Shark teeth ID

    Hi everyone! Can anyone tell me for each one what are the species of these shark teeth? Also,they were found in France.Thanks
  11. Fossil and other finds from the North Yorkshire Coast; Markse-by-the-sea (north of Saltburn-on-Sea) Runswick Bay Stoupe Beck (between Robin Hood's Bay and Ravenscar)
  12. So this has cropped up on an auction site. My friend is tempted by it, however I believe it to just be a rock. It is claimed to be a Psittacosaur Skull. The seller claims that they acquired it off a 'geologist' however to me, it looks like an eroded rock, and lacks any characteristics of being a skull? I feel like it could potentially mislead uninformed newbies? Pictures aren't fantastic. I could be totally wrong of course, however can anyone else see if it is a skull or not?
  13. Halisaur ?

    Hi! I have some smaller 2-3 cm mosasaur teeth, and I Wonder if these 5 teeth are halisaurus teeth? I feel pretty certain with The first one but im not so sure about the other four.
  14. Please help id and inform me

    Hello i went to the river today in central alberta and found these fossils i believe one is petrified wood but it also has a translucent mineral in it?? I think?? And orange mineral around it which i assume is sap amber??? the size of these rocks are around a baseball please help identify all of them and offer info ill greatly appreciate it first two pictures are of opposite sides same as the other two.
  15. Trilobite probably from Morocco

    What is this trilobite (11cm long) possibly from Morocco that a relative has?
  16. South central Kansas

    I'm trying to clean the limestone and loose sediment off this speciman. I'm not sure if I am wasting my time. Or if this is a fossil. I'm a novice hoping to find a cool fossil, but old enough to admit failure, if this isn't a fossil. Please help. To me, (the inexperienced novice) lol. It looks like a small skull and neck vertebra of a iguana type??
  17. Is it a shark tooth?

    I apologize in advance for posting before in the wrong area (I think). I’m a newbie to this forum but am already so excited about it! My family and I are avid sharks tooth and beach fossil collectors in Emerald Isle, NC. I found this in the late summer (pre-Florence) on the beach in the backwash. It has a shape very similar to other teeth I’ve found but the color and texture is so different! I welcome your opinions; hopefully it will help to settle our family’s disagreement on this one! Thank you, in advance, for your time and I look forward to participating in this forum!
  18. Is it a shark tooth?

    I found this late this summer in Emerald Isle, NC (prior to Florence). My family lives there and we are all avid sharks tooth and beach fossil collectors. We are divided as to whether this is a sharks tooth and I would love to hear some opinions! Thank you! Hopefully the experts here can help settle this discussion once and for all!
  19. hoping raptor and triceratops I want to ID before I buy
  20. Hello, I've got 13 fossils of which I'm not sure what they are. All fossils are bought, which is why I can't say much about the geological layer and location they're from. I used a ruler with inches and cm sizing. I don't really have to know the 100% exact specimen (please feel free to give the details though if you have them), I would like to have a general idea of what I'm looking at. 1. Sold to me as bamboo, not sure if it is: 2. Sold as a waterlily, its a cross-section: 3. same story as up. I don't know what it actually is: 4. looks like a lizard foot, but it's probably coral. 5. Some kind of crazy stain?? 6. This is obviously a tooth of a carnivore, I would like to know if its mammalian or from a dinosaur. For this one, I would love to know the specifics but shoot away with your ideas on it. 7. Looks like bone, mammalian? Is it even bone? 8. Another piece of supposed to be bone. 9. Bone/wood? who knows? 10. looks like its bone, but really don't know.. 11. Looks like something from the sea... 12. Could be a tooth of a herbivore, could also be anything else. 13. The last of the bunch, its sold to me as coprolite but it doesn't really look like it. I would love to know your ideas on this collection. I am an amateur collector and I can identify some fossils/stones but for these, I really need your help. Thanks in advance.
  21. What’s this

    Hi Everyone found this on the beach at Happisburgh Norfolk is it a fossil of some kind or is it just a weird looking rock. It looks like clay but it’s a rock it’s it’s heavy like a stone of same size. Thanks for your help mart
  22. Weird Kem Kem tooth

    This tooth was picked up on fieldwork in Morocco in a mining village called Begaa. So it's provenance is certain. It is very very strange. I have shown it to many experts in the field, and all have come back with 'i don't know'. The root-crown boundary is just at the start of the orange discolouration. I am thinking crocodile or sauropod? But any input or ideas would be great! It is not fabricated in anyway. I have soaked it in acetone and looked at it down a microscope to see any joins... there aren't any! And it's completely free of matrix. So it is definitely real... just really frickin' weird! each square = 2mm, so specimen is about ~2mm in height
  23. Horse tooth found in Florida

    Found this Horse tooth at Peace River. I would like to narrow to Genus or species, How can I do that?
  24. Brachiopods or Scallops?

    I have a number of pieces of fossil parts collected at Peace river in Florida. I do not have the complete fossil. How do I differentiate between scallops and Branchiopods?
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