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Found 8 results

  1. Pliocene bone from Florida

    I have found a lot of fossils at a land site in Southwest Florida recently and have been trying to ID them all. After finding a section of gomphothere and rhino tooth I think they are all from the early pliocene. This bone has been driving me crazy though. Its 2 inches long and an inch wide, and any help would really be appreciated.
  2. Beetle in Amber Tells About Mesozoic Land Shifts

    Tiny Beetle in Amber: Clues to Landmass Shifts This news is a little old ( I believe it is from October 30) but still very interesting.
  3. possible dig site

    i have 11 acres of farmland, and i found a ravine behind my barn. at the mouth of the ravine is either a hog holler, or animal holler, or a hole leading down into a cavern, idk yet. i am clearing it off this weekend carefully, and weedhacking it, and raking it. i would like to open this area up as a dig site, and i need assistance in how to properly achieve this. i would just start digging but i am afraid i will damage some fossil or something if i do not do it properly. there are 5 lakes within a thousand yards of the ravine, but they are either on a golf course, landlocked, or inaccessible private land/pine farm. i am seeking to dig in my area, and if anything is found, it would be proof more exists back here. this house is the top of the hill in all directions, and the ravine is the last land dip before the next property starts. if anyone is interested in contacting me, [send a PM] serious inquiries only please, i will respond with google earth images of the land, and dig site area circled. while the trees are still there, the google earth image does not reflect the last years land clearing my tractor and goats have achieved. if you are interested, please feel free to come survey the property with me and discuss the best ways to begin the process.
  4. Holzmaden Terrestrial Animals

    Are there terrestrial animal fossils in Holzmaden. I was thinking that there might be because there is fossil wood in Holzmaden.
  5. vert from?

    Found these in the big quarry area. So figure Pleistocene to maybe Pliocene. Oh..for those who are not familiar..North West Simi Valley. They have been doing mining so things popping up again. Because of it being a ocean, creek and land environment could be anything. The last one was thought to maybe be elephant. As per Bobby. have no idea on last pic. They are fossils.
  6. Fossiliferous land for sale

    How hard is it to find fossil bearing land for sale? How expensive? I assume some geologic periods may be easier or less sought after than others.
  7. Resources for choosing sites

    Hi guys, I was wondering if you had any resources or methods you like to use when choosing sites to fossil hunt? Are there maps of public land? Are the only options fossil specific parks, and asking someone with land? Whats your scoop/etiquette? Places within a couple hours from Central Texas? Thanks!
  8. Unusual California Land Fossils!

    Greetings everyone. I am from Northern California. All of the mineral specimens and fossils that I dig up come from the same general area. But it is a complex geological zone, where the Sierra Nevada, the Cascades, the Modoc plateau, and the Basin and Range all sort of come together. I'm going to be posting a series of sets of photos for your enjoyment, but primarily for my education.. I'm hoping to get some help identifying as many fossils in these photos as possible.. I figured I would start with some challenging ones. This first set of photos shows what I am ninety-nine percent sure are land living organisms ( the reason I know this is because I find Leaf fossils in the same Rock ( I'll be posting pictures of those in another set of photos). For size reference, the black objects in these photos are not very large ranging between centimeter or two 2 an inch or so in length... The host rock is a silica-rich jasper-like material that has a hardness of 7 and breaks with a conchoidal fracture. I'm looking forward to hearing what you all think about these. Thanks for your time!
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