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  1. classictara

    Fossilized coral?

    Hello!! I recently found a beautiful piece of (what I now know) seems to be honeycomb fossilized coral. I found it on my farm in Tennessee along with many other small fragments of this type of coral. This is the largest piece I have found and would love to know more about it!! I’d mostly like to find out close to how old it actually is? If anyone has some insight on this I’d love the help! Thank you!
  2. great-britton-fossils

    First time poster... need some help with an ID

    Hello! This is my first time posting, and found this in my collection the other day. Anyone have an idea? Thanks for the help! Britton
  3. Vyrago

    Ammonite, species?

    I recieved this ammonite as a freebie with another, larger ammonite. It is pretty tiny, maybe .7 inches across at the largest. Can anyone identify the species, so I can label it on my shelf?
  4. DSincavage

    Need help identifying

    Hello everyone - I'm a new member, and although I don't know much about fossils, I did find this on Morris Island, South Carolina, in 2015. I haven't been able to properly identify it, and I was wondering if someone could help me? It is about 1.25 inches (3.18 cm) in length and width. Thank you!
  5. Hello_There

    Help Identify Jawbone

    Here is what I believe to be a portion of a dinosaur jawbone found in an Upper Cretaceous portion of the Morrison Formation of N. America (sorry if that area is a bit vague). I have other fossilized bits found with it I will be adding to this post soon. Thanks for your ideas on this one.
  6. Large shell fossil

    Large imprints found

    Hello! While living in Hawaii, I found these, I really do not know much about them, they are heavy and solid, any ideas on what they are? They were found on beach in sand like this, round and separate from a large rock, one is double sided
  7. Hi all! I've always found fossils to be quite interesting but never took the time to really get into them so I'm useless at identifying them. Well, recently I went to Galveston beach and found this item washed up after a storm. It's small (about 2cm across) and feels rather fragile/thin. I've never seen anything like it besides an ammonite but then those are always cast in rock, I believe, and this feels just like a fragile shell that I could probably crush if I accidentally stood on it. This may just be some sort of strange shell, but some googling hasn't led me to anything other tha
  8. Melbums

    Topanga State Beach, California

    I'm brand new here. My kids and I were at Topanga State Beach today and though we've been thousands of times before, this was the first time we found fossils! We found lots of rocks packed with small shell fossils, but then this one was much larger. The photos are all from the same one rock, different angles and sides. Any idea what it is (or maybe it's just a large shell)? Any idea how old it is?
  9. Tankhero96

    Dinosaur tooth identify Ceratopsian

    Hello I got a ceratopsian tooth from the USA (Morrison or Judith formation 5ou I have to double check) and I was wondering if it’s possible to identify? It’s either an agujaceratops or a bravoceratops I was told but I’m new to this sort of species and was hoping for a help identifying. Thanks in advance for your comments!
  10. Winter Hobby

    Identification

    Can someone help me identify this fossil? It isn't a knightia or Mioplosus and that's all I've done so far.
  11. The5thpoliceman

    Old collection

    I have here a medium collection of presumably dinosaur and rare or uncommon Stones and fossils and information would be much appreciated i have no idea what do with any of it. The collection was found in upstate NY no other information other than the newspaper being old is available.
  12. SarahD

    ID HELP PLEASE!

    This was found near the Farmdale Geologic Exposure, and I am having a heck of a time identifying it; I'm used to your typical bryozoa, crinoid, and brachiopod - not this! The inner, u-shaped part looks biological, and is packed with a more clay-sourced material around it, and perhaps inside? I've taken numerous pictures to try to give a full look at this weird find. The outermost rock layer can flake off of picked. I'm not even 100% convinced it's a fossil, but i'm having trouble coming up with what in the world it could be. Please help me out!
  13. Hi everyone! With my 6 years old son we have bought this precious tooth in a prestigious shop at Barcelona. They have tell us that is a Mosasaurus tooth, but I think not. It looks more a Spinosaurus tooth, maybe (sorry if I'm talking absurdity, I'm totally newbie...). The teller at shop was not the usual one, and it was not possible to ask him more information. Please, may you help me to identify the correct "former owner" for this tooth? My son and I will be very grateful for that. I'm posting some photos for the piece. The first one is from the other pieces at shop, that
  14. Hi everyone! This tooth was found at Perú, at Nazca desert zone. I'm supposing that is a Megalodon tooth but maybe, you experts, could give me some more extra information about kind of Megalodon, size or age... I don't know really, but my son is asking me about and some more expert information will help me a lot ;-). The size for rule is in centimeters. Thank you very much for your kindness!
  15. New to fossils and seeking to find out if the fossil is a legit dinosaur before buying. Not much info on the piece
  16. MeisTravis

    More Big Brook ID’s

    Hey all! As usual from big brook I’m looking for some identifications if anyone can help, thanks for your help in advance!! Travis 1) 2) 3)
  17. clehunt2020

    Need help identifying please!

    Found this in the bottom of a creek bed in Cleburne Texas. I think it's bone. Maybe a fin or a tiny rib cage. Anybody have any ideas? I forgot to put a comparison next to it but the fossil is quarter size. The entire piece is about 2 quarters in length.
  18. Will H..

    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”.
  19. Tankhero96

    Mystery dinosaur claw

    Hi this is a mystery claw I got from Hells creek on Ant Hill. It’s about0.2 inches or 0.5cm long. I can include better pictures but there too blurry so I included the two best ones.
  20. goon93

    found tooth on beach

    tooth was found on north shore of long island. it is 1.5 inches tall and 1 inch wide feels smooth, not sure what this could be ive never found a tooth before
  21. Molot

    Not identified lot

    Hello Sorry to say but i dont have experience in fossiles. Anyone able to identify these have all my thanks. I live in a mining town in Serbia. I was hiking and i stumbled upon a strange stone. It was the bottom one. I took a look around soon i found two more, the one above it and the one to the right. Those 3 pieces were the outer layer that fell of from the one on the left. The one on the top is different from all. Not far from there i found two more. The left one On this picture it reminds me of a big pepper cut in half since it has that colorin
  22. lcirak

    Bone id

    I found this bone inside of a concretion. I’m afraid to break it if I chip the concretion off so I have been using water to get it off. It’s very slow though. I need help identifying what kind of bone fossil this is. Thank you. It seems to all be attached inside of this concretion.
  23. Tankhero96

    Dinosaur tooth carnivore

    Hi I finally finished cleaning and labeling my dinosaur collection but I have one tooth left that I can’t seem to identify! It’s about 1/4 inch long and any help would be appreciated. Thanks guys!
  24. PeaceTaryn

    Need A Shark Tooth Expert.

    I'd like to know the species of these sharks teeth. Especially the bigger one. :] hope for help and thanks. More pics and info below.
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