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Found 19 results

  1. Another Fossilized Nut?

    I dug up an old post about what the user suspected to be a fossilized walnut. It looks a little too similar to my suspected nut to be coincidence. Both were found in Indiana. Original thread
  2. Anyone have ARO parts

    I figured I'd throw this out to the masses- does anyone have a spare nut (item 39448) for an ARO 8315? This is the piece with 2 flats near where the air comes in. Evidently, I over-tightened mine and ripped the threads off. A very quick search online shows one possible source in California and one in the UK, but if anyone here has an old unit they're keeping for parts, may as well try to keep it in the "family". Thanks in advance.
  3. I found this fossil on a job site. I look regularly and usually only find crinnoids (geodized) and maybe a few native american artifacts. But for the most part just flint, geodes, and other random stones. But my son and i are both very excited about it. We have never seen or heard of a fosslized nut.
  4. Clarno Volcanic Field

    Nut, seed, or egg? Discovered near Ashwood, Oregon. Outer shell cracked open at end. Golden hue inside specimen.
  5. Egg, Concretion, or Neither?

    I recently bought the item shown in the attached photos online. (Images show the front and back.) Unfortunately, the seller did not know exactly what it was, so it was sold to me as a 'mystery item'. Is it a concretion, or something else perhaps? The circle within a circle with the raised 'egg-like' formation has me a bit confused. Thank you for your help everyone! **First post - I'd like to say that I'm very grateful and excited to be here.
  6. Fossilized nut? Or just rock.

    I was looking for fossils around a bunch of small rocks and came across this, it was heavier than the other rocks and seems to have a “soft” feel and not hard and scatchy. Any info is appreciated
  7. Nut

    I found a bunch of fossilized seashells on the Oregon coast, and I found this nut in the sea wall. I'm fairly sure its hollow and fossilized. What is it and how old? Any ideas?
  8. I hammered this free from a chunk of ironstone. Ironstone matrix. I thought it was completely round like a marble nut the more I inspected I see some traits that this is a designed specimen with a symmetrical pattern and some unique patterns. Any ideas?
  9. Fossilized bones

    I have these bones I found yesterday. Can anyone identify them? Any help is very much appreciated!
  10. Fossilized nut?

    My daughter and I took our Husky down to the river (more like a creek in the summer) to play earlier today. The river is so low right now you're basically walking on a rock bed. I found what looks to be a small petrified walnut. I tried searching the net but couldn't find anything similar. The closest I found someone said it could be a type of sponge? The lines on it kind of curve around to the back to where it looks like it could have hung on a branch. I know nothing about fossils but we have found a few from just being out hiking. We found what we think is a petrified deer tooth a few years back. I was able to id it online. This little nut thing is definitely wierd and I can't seem to id it. I guess it could just be a rock that's grooved up from wear. If I had to guess it's some kind of fossil though. Any ideas? Thank you for the help.
  11. First time finds

    I took my 5 year old son out today for our first time fossil hunting. We went to Warden point in Kent and had a good time despite the rain and wind! Amongst various bits of fossilised wood we picked this up. It's possibly another piece of wood but I'd appreciate and identification. Thanks. Great forum! Here's another angle And one more
  12. fossilized nut at Joggins cliff?

    I found a few of these at Joggins fossil cliffs on Nova Scotia. I wonder if it's a nut from the Coal Age tree in the forest fossilized within the cliffs?
  13. Fossilized Nut?

    Found this in the Chesapeake Bay, Miocene period. To me it looks like a nut with division of hemispheres. Rock hard. Thoughts?
  14. plant or insect?

    I found this on a rock pile on an upstate (Palmyra area) New York farm. Glacial drumlins run north south. I have no training or experience infossil id but my biology background sees a nut/seed pod or a larvae/cocoon. Teardrop on one end and attachment? on the other. Can you help me id this?
  15. Fossilized Nut?

    I found this specimen at a location in Piscataway, MD. In the area I discovered it, I also found an abundance of turritella molds and fossilized sand tiger shark teeth. But what in the world is this? It has the wedge like shape of a nutshell, but is completely mineralized (it's rock solid), and has an exterior texture that is possibly nut-like but could also be a skin-like texture. Please help!
  16. Some Sorta Nut?

    Hi everyone! When I was a little kid I found this fossil while swimming in Lake Cumberland in Kentucky. I've always cherished it, but now I kinda what to know what the heck it is! I'm guessing some sorta nut or seed, but I'd like to get more specific answers. Any ideas?? Thanks!
  17. Please Help Identify

    Please help me identify this fossil. We are thinking it may be some kind of a nut. I found this about 5 years ago along Lake Michigan. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
  18. I found this while fossil hunting yesterday. The exposure I was hunting in is close to a creek shore, and it's obvious the water level rises to its height by the rounding of the nearby stones and the fossil itself (evident on its backside). Other finds in the same area included mostly coral and brachiopods, as well as pieces of coal. I'm no expert on fossils, but when I found this the first thought was a nut shell or seed. But, I know you don't find nuts during this time period fossilized, especially anything this size, and I can't even tell what type of modern day nut it resembles. I then thought it was possibly the underside of a shell, but it has two distinct protrusions inside which twist together, again resembling the inside of some type of nut or seed. Basically, I don't know what this is and would appreciate the help or thoughts. Thanks
  19. Hello, found this little guy in the Mojave Desert. It is likely a concretion but wanted to get some other opinions on this one. The odd circular center is what is puzzling me. Couple of photos, let me know your thoughts. Thanks, Eric
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