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Found 31 results

  1. Florissant insects.

    Nothing has been said in the Colorado section for almost a year now so lets kick it back up. A little over a week ago I posted some pictures of florissant stuff in the I.D. section. I got a lot of good help and then for the ones we couldn't figure out I tried searching for some that are similar but there's not many different photos online from florissant. I was wondering if anyone could help or if someone knew the florissant formation really well.
  2. Wayne County Trilobite?

    A couple years ago I was on vacation in Wayne county Ohio, and I stepped on something in a lake I picked it up and found this. Originally, I thought it was a shell piece, but when I looked again it looked like a trilobite because of the three lines. I know it’s partial so I’m unsure if I’ll get an ID but I hope I do. Ignore the scratch marks, I tried uncovering more but the rock is very hard and impossible to clear with a small tool.
  3. Various Fossils from Lake Michigan

    Hey everyone, New user here, very minor experience with fossils. I was curious if anyone would be interested in possibly identifying some specimens from Lake Michigan, from North Shore Beach in Ferrysburg, Michigan. It's on the West Coast of Michigan, but it would be the Eastern side of the Lake. Hope that isn't too confusing and I hope that I find you all well during these trying times. I have a couple more as well, if it's cool. Thanks for reading. Here are my humble hypotheses: 1: Some sort of Petoskey/Charlevoix stone or similar perhaps. 2: Coral? 3? 4? 5? 6? 7/8: Arrowhead shards or shards from producing an arrowhead? 9? 10? 11? 12/13: Horn Coral with a zebra mussel shell inside it?
  4. News article: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-07-29/woolly-mammoth-skeleton-found-in-siberian-arctic-lake/12501304
  5. Need help to id!

    I found this while searching for geodes and crinoids in a southern Indiana lake.
  6. Pelvic bone

    I found this today in the shoreline of a central Texas lake....can’t seem to find a possible ID online, thanks
  7. Lake Eufaula OK

    Will be heading there next month for a couple of days. Anywhere close to do a little fossil hunting?
  8. Who’s bone is this?

    I stopped at Lake McConaughy (near Ogalalla, Nebraska) on my way out to Colorado and picked this (along with some nice burrow casts, probably clam) from one of the beaches. I’m not very familiar with the fossils in this part of the state and wondered if anyone could help me with who this chunk of bone may have belonged to. I know it’s a stretch to id this considering how little of the bone is there and the lack of either end, but any help would be appreciated.
  9. A fossil

    I found this fossil on a vacation in shallow water at a lake a few years ago and have always been wondering what it was. I'm no fossil expert so I have never been able to identify it.
  10. Fossils on the lake

    Hey guys! I’m currently out fishing on a lake (Champaign County, IL) and I noticed a bunch of fossils strewn about the rocks on the shore. I don’t think the rocks are from here, so I don’t know if I could give any geologic info unfortunately. If you could help me figure out what I’ve got, I’d really appreciate it! I’ll add more as I find more. Thanks! #1
  11. Arizona Miocene Plants 2nd Trip

    Here are some more lake wetland Miocene plant fossils from NE of Phoenix. I found large outcrops of silicified reeds in growth position. I found several pieces of palm: a first for this area. Photos 1 & 2: palm. Photos 3 & 4: top and bottom of reeds. Photos 5 & 6: more reeds.
  12. What is this piece ?

    Hello, I'm new here. Somebody suggested this site to me for help so here it goes. I found this item about 6-7 years ago in a lake while diving for remains. I ended up finding this. (buried under the sand) I have always wondered what it belonged to, and on another site I posted it nobody really had a clue either. It went from bear claw,boar to bird, etc... Nobody truly had a clue just idea's of what it could be. Now I have been really curious about what this actually is. If anyone has a clue please tell me. I can take more photo's if needed, the hole you see from below, it's not empty, meaning you can see in it but it's not empty would you put a toothpick in it, only a small part would go in . Location found: Italy, lake Bolsena => (picture of lake) Wildlife of Bolsena does seem to range from small to some medium sized birds... I haven't really come across to many other bigger animals there. Also today 15/08/2018 somebody send me this on the other side, this person believes it belongs to a bear (showing her example) of a Marsican Bear
  13. Possible dinosaur footprint?

    Hi all, I found this one seven years ago along the western shore of Georgian Bay, Ontario. It looked to me like the footprint of a very small theropod of some sort, but it might just be a misleadingly shaped rock. Any help would be appreciated!
  14. Hello everyone, I found the following fossils along the cost of Lake Huron in Ontario last weekend, and was hoping I could get some help identifying them. I've tried guessing at what they are, but I'm rather inexperienced with this. I also have no clue as to the time periods, sorry! The first one I assumed was some kind of gastropod
  15. What kind of leaf?

    Can anybody tell me what kind of species is this? I found it in a Marl stone quarry of Popovac,Serbia. Maybe possible Myrica lignatum?
  16. I'm wondering if I am allowed to bring fossils I find in Ontario away to overseas locations. Any idea? Replies are appreciated.
  17. Tooth found at German lake

    Hello. Found this tooth at a like in southwestern Germany approx. 10 years ago. Can anyone help with the identification? Many thanks in advance.
  18. Hello all! Just like to ask if anyone can provide me some locations in/near Toronto, Ontario in Canada, of fossil sites free for the public to collect, that does not require hammering into rocks? Cuz I know of some quarries, but I have to hammer some rocks in order to find fossils. So what I'm saying, is that, whether there are places in Canada, where I can find fossils lying on the ground for me to pick up without any restrictions? Are there? Responses are appreciated, as always.
  19. Apologies for double post. I accidentally posted in the wrong forums. I found this tooth in the water on a small beach. Any help with identification would be appreciated. Happy to load more pics, if needed
  20. Fossil ID - Missouri

    Hello new to The Forum I found this fossil a few years back in a lake in Northern Missouri on a rocky area on shore it's a little over an inch long rounded. kind of looks like a tooth but really just do not know what it is. I would love some help with an idea of what it may be. Another photo Photo from the top
  21. Two cool fossils - no idea what they are

    Both of these were found in Middle Tennessee, not far from Nashville. The area is now a lake, but use to be a river before a dam was built. The first one with the indentations is about 3 inches in length. The one that looks like a bone (but probably isn't?) is about 5.5 inches long and 2.5 inches tall at its tallest point. Any ideas? thanks.
  22. What is it?

    I'm sure this is a common fossil. I have already browsed through goggle, but cant find it. I found it on the beach of lake Michigan in Michigan. The beach was so crowed with crinoid stems fossils, I didn't even bother collecting them. But I find something long shaped with spikey things on the bottom and the top. it wont let me add pictures. never mind, it added the pictures the top and the bottom have spikes. both sides have those ridges
  23. Texas Lake Fossil ID?

    Good afternoon! On a recent trip to Lake Bastrop in central Texas my dog dug up this rock along the shore. It's a very clay/muddy lake with plenty of greenery, it seemed pretty run of the mill at first with some broken shell fragments but an odd hole on one side with markings around it was confusing. I'm definitely new to this so forgive me if I don't know the terminology, but the hole is about 3/4 inch deep. There are what look like scales at various points around the rock. Thank you!
  24. I found this close to a lake where My famaiky has a cottage and I do not know much about fossils. There appears to be a creature of some sorts as well as a salt water shell even though we are thousands of miles from any salt water.
  25. Is this a Crinoid?

    Found in New Buffalo, MI on shore of Lake Michigan. Fossil was loose and was in the sand. The area was a beach. If this is a crinoid what type is it? It looks like it's from the stem and was split in half.
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