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Found 10 results

  1. Anyone know what these are?

    Does anyone have any clue what are embedded in this? I've never seen them before.
  2. Real or fake?

    Moroccan starfish fossil purchased near Erfoud. Is it real? Are the small ones a different type of starfish? I am also looking for ideas on how to hang it?
  3. Trilobites!

    I washed up another plate from my dig site in southern Ohio and found two extremely visible trilobites encased. Upon closer review I found nine other smaller trilobites within the plates in varying positions. Along with some smaller impressions. Plate is 25 cm in length and 14.5 cm wide. I'm not sure abrasion is the way to get them out or just leaving them in there is a better way to appreciate the awesomeness. I've never found this many in one sampling. This is the fourth time I've found them at a certain segment of my site. I have one whole one as well that was loose in the soil. I tested the CLR on another plate with nothing but Bryzoa and Brachiopods and as long as the exposure was time controlled I was able to breakdown much of the matrix to and then use abrasion to remove much of the rock.... I'm a little skeptical to do that with this set of fossils. Thoughts?! I get jazzed when I find Trilobites.
  4. I saved the best for last, a large rock full of shells! I know, still not terribly exciting, but at least it's not another coral. Any idea what kind of shells these are from, and what era? Some of them are pretty badly damaged, but there's a handful that are mostly intact. Also, this is actually from south Kansas near Arkansas City, not the usual Michigan/Indiana. It was found in a recently-tilled cornfield. (8/8)
  5. Multiple fossils?

    Here are some better pictures of the one rock (fossil?)
  6. I've had some of these fossils for years now, but reading this thread made me doubt the authenticity of some of them. The first is an unidentified fish fossil I purchaed from a small shop in drumheller claiming to sell fossils. From what I remember, the woman selling the fossils was worried that I was going to break one of the fossils and kept staring at me like a hawk. The mosasaur and pavlovia fossils were from a shop in Banff, which is really popular for purchasing fossils and the papers are supposedly certificates of authenticity. I trust the source, but I did read a thread about fake mosasaur teeth and the 'pavlovia fossil' (not sure if ID is correct or if that was for an entirely different fossil. I don't keep my papers with my fossils because my fossil display is cluttered without them. It's possible that this is the fossil I purchased from some metaphysical store in Toronto.) was inexpensive for such a fascinating specimen ($10-20 Canadian, if I remember correctly). The trilobite was my first largish fossil and it was purchased from a store in Jasper. The lady at the store was somewhat knowledgeable about the specimen, so I think it's probably authentic.
  7. I found alot of single devils toenails but i think i also found a multiblock of them at mappleton I thought this was pretty cool.
  8. Rock Fossil Ocean Beach SF

    Ive found this & other small fossils at ocean beach in San Francisco. Most look like sand dollars but this one has a foot w/clear metatarsals/phalanges & what looks like 3 vertabral columns or 3 portions of 1. Does anyone know what this is?
  9. hello, new here. i already purchased a legit specimen from reputable dealer but looking to add some more, because why not pretty sure these two are too good to be true but would like your guys opinion. this one concerns me because soo many of them in small space, the ones that are presented with ventral view seem to have head detail that is normally seen with dorsal presentations if that makes sense?
  10. 3 layers of Michigan coral?

    Hello folks, this is my first post on this site and I was hoping for some basic information on my best find to date. I found this piece outside of Algonac Michigan in one of the main channels that empty into Lake St. Claire. The piece is almost as large as a baseball, and appears to have 3 distinct layers of different species of coral. Is this in fact three layers, how rare is it(not for selling purposes, just for bragging rights with my son) and also would any preservation methods be recommended to make it look even better? Living in Michigan(now on the west coast) I am aware that corals are most of what I will find going forward, but what era will most be from so I can narrow my future classification searches. Thanks for all your help!
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