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  1. I'm interested in petrified wood for both the scientific value (wood where the cell structure is well preserved) and for the aesthetic value (mineralized with vivid colors and crystal shapes). Below are two petrified wood slabs from my collection. Black (carbon) and White (silica) Slab: Below are some close-up pictures taken with my digital microscope that show the wood structure in this black and white petrified slab: continued in next reply Marco Sr.
  2. Those dark lines sure look odd and the cusps nice and Pointy make me wonder. I’m assuming they’re heavily restored, but was curious about your thoughts. thanks everyone
  3. Below are pictures of Miocene agatized/silicified coral pieces from Indonesia. Unpolished white coral piece (1.3 kg 135mm x 105mm x 65mm) Unpolished yellow agatized coral piece (.5 kg 50mm x 80mm x 80mm ) 14 polished black coral pieces (largest: 342 grams 120mm x 50mm x 40mm Smallest: 70 grams 73mm x 40mm x 3to 17mm ) Note t
  4. I have here a Meg tooth, around 6", that has been repaired. No restorations have been declared, but I wanted to make sure there were no red flags. Does there appear to be any restorations on this tooth? Thank you, Bellamy
  5. This is supposed to be a Xantho (Lophoxanthus) Scaberrimus from West Java,Indonesia. It looks blatantly fake to me (no articulations on the chelae!?) - or, do such "carving like" fossils actually exist? Several are being on offer now on that auction site, which is doubly suspicious. Thanks in advance
  6. Hello i got this large megalodon offerd to me I know there are a large number of teeth with restaurations from there. So any advice on this one . The rooth look strange to me Thanks
  7. BellamyBlake

    Great White - Indonesia

    I have here an alleged Carcharodon carcharias tooth from the Pliocene of Surabaya, West Java, Indonesia. It's 1.8 cm in length. I have my suspicions because it looks wide like a Meg. I'd like some further opinions. Thank you, Bellamy
  8. DatFossilBoy

    Indonesian bone ID

    Someone asked me to identify a bone from Indonesia but I have no idea what it could be from. It’s from a land site so my guess would be rhino or stegodon? What do you guys think?
  9. VAfossilguy

    Mammoth, Elephant, or Rhino fossil?

    Good afternoon everyone, Im looking to possibly buy this unique and large fossil. Just not exactly sure what it is. It’s from Indonesia.
  10. BellamyBlake

    Indonesian Shark Tooth

    Hi everyone, I have here a 1" tooth identified as a Megalodon from West Java, Indonesia, allegedly a new creek locality. I know that smaller Megs may not necessarily have bourlettes, but there do not appear to be serrations. This could probably be explained by river wear. In any case, might this be a Meg, or could it be something else? Best, Bellamy
  11. A few pics taken off a video. Indonesian, so I’m super skeptical - but am curious what this would be if it was real. One of the pics looks almost clay. Thoughts?
  12. Up for trade is this beautiful 4.7” Megalodon tooth from Indonesia. It has repairs to cracks along the middle of the blade but no restoration as far as I can tell. There is a very tiny patch of fill on the back side smaller than a dime. I am open to all trade offers. This tooth has some of the best colors you’ll see on a tooth and has razor serrations and tip. It even has some sea shells imbedded in the root
  13. Can someone please help me with an ID on this? I was almost positive it’s a short faced bear, but the person who found it thinks tiger. It was found in Indonesia. It weighs 5 kilos.
  14. patrickhudson

    Horn?

    I posted a similar “horn” recently that didn’t get much resolution. Here’s another one with a few more pics. Indonesia (supposedly), found alongside megs in some type of wash pile/hill (supposedly). thoughts? thanks in advanced for any insight. It’s a weird one. I’ve seen a couple, but only a couple, pictures online of Miocene type rhino horns that are somewhat similar - but nothing exact.
  15. patrickhudson

    Rhino?

    A guy I know has this: doesn’t know what it is. He’s in Indonesia and digs behind his village where he found this recently. I don’t have any info besides that. Rhino? Buffalo? I’m thinking buffalo. I’ll try and get more angles because I’m curious on the age. Thoughts?
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    Dalatias licha Java

    From the album: Odd and Rare Shark Teeth

    Kitefin shark tooth from North Central Java, Indonesia. Late Pliocene- Early Pleistocene in age. This is the only Dalatias tooth I have personally seen/heard of from this locality.
  17. Hello! My name is Raihan & I’m from Indonesia. I’m kinda new at this shark teeth collecting, I have several teeth & unfortunately I’m a little bit confused about their id. Can anyone tell me about what kind of shark teeth are these? All of them were found in Madura island, Indonesia. Here are the questions. 1) Are these upper & lower teeth from a bull shark? Or it could be from another Carcharhinus sp.? 2) Are these lemons? And if it so, is it N.acutidens? 3) Does anyone know the exact species on these fossilized lemon shark teeth?
  18. BellamyBlake

    Exotic Megalodon Dealers

    Hi everyone, I've been looking for a Megalodon from one of the more exotic localities in Asia. The problem is, most of the dealers I know stick to those originating from the United States. I've found some on various auction sites, but I don't wish to get into that because I'm not very experienced in spotting fakes and reconstructions. I would be more interested in someone who you've had fruitful dealings with. If anyone could PM me suggestions for dealers to contact regarding teeth from these localities, I would appreciate it. Thank you, Shayan
  19. I‘m planning to buy my first indonesian meg. Since all sellers ar saying theire teeth are real without resto and repair I‘m pretty skeptical. Would be nice to get some opions on the following teeth. Thanks
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    Dalatias licha Java

    From the album: Odd and Rare Shark Teeth

    Kitefin shark tooth from North Central Java, Indonesia. Late Pliocene- Early Pleistocene in age. This is the only Dalatias tooth I have personally seen/heard of from this locality.
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    Sphyrna mokarran Java

    From the album: Cenozoic Sharks

    Great Hammerhead tooth from North Central Java. Late Pliocene- Early Pleistocene.
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    Sphyrna mokarran Java

    From the album: Cenozoic Sharks

    Great Hammerhead tooth from North Central Java. Late Pliocene- Early Pleistocene.
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    Galeocerdo cuvier Java

    From the album: Cenozoic Sharks

    Large (Almost 1 1/4”) North Central Java Tiger Shark tooth. Late Pliocene- Early Pleistocene. Love the coloration on this tooth; truly one-of-a-kind.
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    Galeocerdo cuvier Java

    From the album: Cenozoic Sharks

    Large (Almost 1 1/4”) North Central Java Tiger Shark tooth. Late Pliocene- Early Pleistocene. Love the coloration on this tooth; truly one-of-a-kind.
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    Monster Carcharhinus leucas Java

    From the album: Cenozoic Sharks

    Massive (approx. 1 1/4”) Bull Shark tooth from North Central Java. Late Pliocene- Early Pleistocene in age. Really intricate coloration on this tooth.
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