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Hello again. I found these yesterday. The clam is a dead giveaway(correct?), and the one on the top left is a coral, I'm guessing. What about the rest? Any help would be great. You see, I'm a carpenter. If it were a piece of dimensional lumber, I could ID it by smell and feel alone. hahaha
Hello from the heart of the salem plateau. I bought 20 acres outside of Cabool, MO. The plot has a few deep cuts exposing a lot of marine fossils, minerals, and such. This specimen doesn't look like anything I've seen thus far. Please help me ID this guy. Thanks and Season's Greetings.
All-- I am a total newbie to fossil identification. I know a fossil when I see one. Sometimes. Maybe. In any case, here is one I found on some property we own in the southern Missouri Ozarks, south of Springfield, MO and just north of the Arkansas line. Will you please tell me what it might be? I found it approximately 300 feet above a river and 10 feet below grade in the side of an excavation for a house we are building. I SHOULD have measured the diameter. However, the diameter is about 2". (All suggestions for future ease of identification purposes are appreciated.) Thanks! --Bill