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Found 12 results

  1. Does anyone know what this is?

    Does anyone know what this is? I'll send some info with this post. It looks like an animal as well as a bone. found on a shore of Kentucky Lake It looks like a rodent fossil It looks as if it had an eye socket as well as a body and head. Here are some pics (There's more soon)
  2. KY trilobite

    Alrighty. Havent been around much as I havent been doing a lot of fossil stuff of late. But, I was going through stuff I piled up on the porch from my KY/OH trip last year and came across this. I honestly dont remember finding it. You would think I would as it is only the second trilobite anything from that trip. Its not marked from OH, so I am presuming I got in KY. What particular bug would this be?
  3. Hi All, hoping you can tell me what these may be from. Found near Hamilton, KY. I have included multiple pictures with a ruler as well. Let me know if you have any questions. Found on a creek.
  4. Plant ID needed from Kentucky

    Hello everyone, I have a small collection that I picked up on a trip to Kentucky...the area around hazard. I think its the Breathitt formation. Pennsylvanian period. I have been in the process of Identifying them. I think I have a decent lock on some of them, but could use a little help on a few. I should add some more photos of 3 and 4. Let me know if you need anything specific (close up on a certain area, or what have you).
  5. Ordovician cephalopod

    So, found this interesting piece on my trip this past weekend. It is from KY. Upper Ordivician and could be a couple different formations. I dont know how to tell them apart. But the two main ones I know of are the Fairview and the Bellevue. Obviously, I know its a cephalopod. And I am sure an exact species is not likely. But can anyone give me a genus?
  6. ID help

    I found this in a Southcentral KY branch about 100 yds down from where a spring was bubbling up out of the ground. Looked this morning for about an hr or so on help IDing it but had no luck. This thing is almost same size as a small can of soup and looks to be perfectly round with no tapering. Anyone in the know?
  7. 3rd TN find

    Attached is another fossil found over 20 years ago in Overton Co TN.
  8. THE find #2

    Attached is another fossil found over 20 years ago in Overton Co TN.
  9. TN finds

    This was found over 20 years ago in Overton Co TN. The two halves fit together in the shape of a marshmallow. Does anyone know what it might be?
  10. Ammonite or uncanny lookalike?

    I took another trip to the creek by my house today since the water had finally gone down. I found a few fossils, some that I could easily identify as Artisia (one of the most-common fossils here), but there were a couple other oddities as well that may or may not be fossils (though I'm not going to be posting most of them). This was the main thing that caught my eye: I know this area isn't a "true marine deposit," but this thing's resemblance to some polished ammonite fossils that my dad got me last Christmas is uncanny. Is it actually an ammonite (or related species) or just a suggestive rock? I also found a tube/pipe-shaped rock during my hunt. I'm not sure if it was an oblong nodule that broke off on each end, some heavily-weathered Calamites/Coradaites (or other hollow tree-like plant), bone, or what. Unfortunately, I couldn't get my camera to focus on it just right (my batteries were going dead). If any of you can tell what it is from these blurry photos, however, please let me know what you think!
  11. I saw this in a mudslide next to my house and immediately thought Trilobite (though I highly doubt that's what it actually is since I've been told this area isn't a "true marine deposit"). It may actually be a rounded-off Artisia (maybe even Calamites) or just something geological. It's only 2.5cm long. I didn't take pictures of the other side because I didn't see much going on, but let me know if you need one. Help is appreciated as usual!
  12. More stuff... help!

    Thanks for all the help so far, guys! I feel that I'm slowly getting better at IDing fossils. Here's some new stuff (well, some of it I've had for a while and just never took pics to ID them). A. This one was actually my very first find. I noticed the cylinder-like shape sticking out of the driveway and dug it up. I'm nearly certain that it's a fossilized tree (or tree-like plant), but it doesn't have a distinct texture like the others I've found. Any ideas? It's about 8.5 cm around. - - - B. I found this one a few days ago in the driveway. The texture (most noticeable on the right) reminds me of calamite, though I'm not used to seeing it sloping like this nor do I see the characteristic horizontal segment lines to confidently say that it's calamite. (About 4cm wide and long) - - - C. I actually don't think this is a fossil at all, but posting anyway for safe measure. The texture really caught my attention. It's about 4cm wide and 1.5cm thick. - - - And then there are these that I posted in my previous thread and never got an ID on: D. Not sure if sponge, coral, or pumice. *scratches chin* (3cm wide) E. I'm thinking this might be the "bark" of an Artisia tree, but I'm not positive. I'd assume that the inside would have more of a texture going on if were. (3.25cm wide)
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