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Found 1,052 results

  1. what is this fossil

    Greeting my friends , can you help me with this , i went to jubaila city outside of Riyadh , the area is Kimmeridgian ,and found ++++ brocken pieces of Nautiloid shell , it was a surface find , is it a nautilus rhyncholites ???
  2. Vertebrate Paleontologist Needed

    No doubt its a (broken) bone. Is there enough there to determine which part of the creature it might be?
  3. Yorkshire Ammonite ID

    Hi I visited the Yorkshire coast and found several different ammonites, doe anyone here have an ID for them?
  4. Animal or Vegetable?

    This is a rock shop purchase. The owner is an expert in dinosaur gembone from the Morrison. He also deals in Hermanophyton ferns, etc so he also knows a bit about paleobotany. But this piece was a mystery to him. Its very well agatized and the fine details are preserved. At first it looks like a limb cast. The exterior is coarsely wrinkled, like bark. The cross-section does not preserve a convincing ring of a bark layer, but there is some kind of concentric character. It has some characteristics of a limb bone. The geometry and size fit that thought. But the rough exterior is a contradiction. The interior has some well developed cell structure, but its patchy. As I write this I am thinking maybe its a petrified root. Or maybe not. The first 2 photos are the same (could not delete) and are a cut and polished face. Last photo is an unpolished cut end. Its a fun one. Enjoy and I look forward to your comments.
  5. Jurassic Ammonites

    Evening everyone I would much appreciate help in identifying these little ammonites preserved in pyrite. I picked them up on the shore of Portmuck Harbour which is on the Eastern Coast of Northern Ireland. They originate from the underlying early Jurassic Waterloo mudstone formation. Thanks for looking!
  6. Here are a few recent plant finds from the Early Jurassic, East Berlin Formation in Connecticut. The first image however is a trace fossil identified (by an expert in traces) as Helminthoidichites and Treptichnus. Comments/correction/identification on the plant fragments would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
  7. Large Jurassic bivalve ID

    Please can anyone identify this shell, from the Jurassic of Somerset, UK? It's a biggie. Sorry the photos aren't ideal.
  8. I have just seen this for sale and while it could potentially be a nice addition to my daughter’s ichthyosaur collection, the attempted prep is a bit off putting. The seller says it’s on ‘calcite beef’. How difficult would it be to just tidy up those air scribe marks? I don’t see the need for any further exposure, just a bit of tidying. Do forum rules allow me to ask what the appropriate cost of getting this done professionally would be if I didn’t fancy attempting it? Thank you for looking
  9. Last weekend I found this very small slab with an unusual marking on it. The coloration does not look like the plants that I have been finding. Looks like a possible insect, but I can't find (see) any defining characters. Maybe a mineral stain?? Comments would be greatly appreciated. The small slab has a penny behind it as a prop. Early Jurassic East Berlin Formation in Connecticut.
  10. Proceratosaurus from Portugal?

    Hello! I have seen this tooth identified as Proceratosaurus from Lourinha (Portugal) The size is 13mm. What do you think? I thought that the proceratosaurus only lived in the UK ... I can not find any publication about this... Thank you so much.
  11. Hi all, Last part of my finds of the year. In autumn, between lockdown 1 & and lockdown 2, we managed another 3 days hunts. First day was spent in our usual trilobites spot, which happened to be on the way to our main destination this time. You have already seen in my first part some of the trilos we did find on that day, which was a rather good one for me. Day two was spent in Nanteuil quarry not far from Niort. the quarry got mostly bajocian and aalenian. the aalenian is on the "ground of the quarry" and was mostly drown at that time of year. So Bajocian that was. An explosion had occured recently so we had quite some material to process. Most of the ammos there have no heart, which is quite frustrating, but from time to time, you can fine a pretty one. 2 finds on that day : Normannites sp ammonite A huge not yet determined nautiloid (not the usual cenoceras we find there) We kept going till 18h30 then it was time for a shower at the hotel and a meal at the restaurant.
  12. Hi all, newbie here. This is my collection of marine fossils from the South Downs (West Sussex), Abbey Wood, and Lyme Regis (plus a couple of bought pieces). I hope you enjoy
  13. New Jurassic site

    Hello, I made this trip actually yet in 2020, on December 29th, but I didn't have time to post it earlier. I went to Sulejów, which is a former limestone mine now flooded with water: Nearby there is an active mine, but they don't let in fossil hunters Anyway, I was hoping that the water level would be low enough to permit browsing the slopes and it was so - of course not in every place. Some parts of the reservoir are overgrown and not very accessible: There were however a few slopes where I could go closer to the water level and browse the rocks:
  14. Normannites sp

    From the album 2020, a year in review - 3 : cephalopods & gastropods

    a Normannites ammonite from Saint-Laon (France) - Bajocian - collected in october 2020
  15. Indet. Nautiloid

    From the album 2020, a year in review - 3 : cephalopods & gastropods

    Indet Nautiloid from Nanteuil (either Bajocian or Bathonian)
  16. Peltoceras sp

    From the album 2020, a year in review - 3 : cephalopods & gastropods

    a Peltoceras ammonite from Saint-Laon (France) - Callovian - collected in october 2020
  17. Gastropod Saint-Laon - 4

    From the album 2020, a year in review - 3 : cephalopods & gastropods

    Gastropod from Saint-Laon (France) - Callovian - collected in october 2020
  18. Oecoptychius refractus

    From the album 2020, a year in review - 3 : cephalopods & gastropods

    Oecoptychius refractus a weird ammonite from Saint-Laon (France) - Callovian - collected in october 2020
  19. Gastropod Saint-Laon - 3

    From the album 2020, a year in review - 3 : cephalopods & gastropods

    Gastropod from Saint-Laon (France) - Callovian - collected in october 2020
  20. Gastropod Saint-Laon - 2

    From the album 2020, a year in review - 3 : cephalopods & gastropods

    Gastropod from Saint-Laon (France) - Callovian - collected in october 2020
  21. Gastropod Saint-Laon - 1

    From the album 2020, a year in review - 3 : cephalopods & gastropods

    Gastropod from Saint-Laon (France) - Callovian - collected in october 2020
  22. Ammonite Saint-Laon - 12

    From the album 2020, a year in review - 3 : cephalopods & gastropods

    Ammonite from Saint-Laon (France) - Callovian - collected in october 2020
  23. Ammonite Saint-Laon - 11

    From the album 2020, a year in review - 3 : cephalopods & gastropods

    Ammonite from Saint-Laon (France) - Callovian - collected in october 2020
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