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Found 324 results

  1. Campanian mosasaur tooth

    cześć Czy to ząb mosasaura? Hello Is that a mosasaur tooth? Campanian, Polska Size near 6 mm
  2. Mammal pleistocene fossil

    cześć, Jakie zwierzę to kość? Hello, What animal is this bone?
  3. Bison priscus jaw?

    Hi What is animal jaw it? I coservation this fossil.
  4. Last weekend I went for a very short trip to the Carpathian Mountains, to find some Oligocene stuff. Every year it becomes more and more difficult to find nice complete specimens, because the locations are (unfortunately ) quite easily accessible and therefore there are plenty of fossil hunters (especially now during holidays). The first location is situated close to the place we commonly refer to as the Polish Texas :), called Bóbrka - it is the world's oldest (and still operating) oil mine. https://bobrka.pl/en/about-the-museum/ Nowadays it operates also as a museum, where you can see old drilling equipment and see the well up close The location is called Rogi:
  5. fossilized wood

    Hi, i have that piece of wood from the Carboniferous of Poland. Is it a lepidodendron or something else ? My finger tips are the scale. Thank you very much for your input.
  6. unknown in flint

    Found on a parking lot in southern Poland. The flints in the area can be either Late Jurassic or Late Cretaceous-Paleogene in age. The most common fossils are sponges, but ichnofossils, brachiopods, bivalves, echinoids, bryozoans and dasyclads also occur. Any idea on this one?
  7. elongated & frilly

    Can you ID this bivalve? Lower Campanian, marine, southern Poland. As always - sorry for the unpreped specimen (it's delicate) and the poor quality of photos (best I can do for now).
  8. Dear TFF Members, I would like to ask your help with identification of my recent Carboniferous finds: 1 2 3 4 5
  9. gastropod ID

    A gastropod from the Lower Campanian of southern Poland. Any ideas on what group may it belong to, based on the ornamentation?
  10. https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2019-01/uu-t2s013019.php https://www.realclearscience.com/quick_and_clear_science/2019/01/31/what_scientists_learned_from_a_trove_of_fossilized_archosaur_poop_and_vomit.html
  11. Tooth. Found in Poland by the river, on the beach among stones. Tooth resembles a predatory tooth "Smilodon", but maybe from a different period, for example jura. Is the marine reptile? Look at its curvature and structure in macro pictures. I am asking for help with ID
  12. https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2018-11/uu-gm112118.php https://uk.reuters.com/article/us-science-creature/surprising-elephant-sized-mammal-cousin-lived-alongside-dinosaurs-idUKKCN1NR27O?rpc=401& https://www.popularmechanics.com/science/animals/a25252747/an-elephant-sized-mammal-relative-roamed-among-dinosaurs/
  13. Diplotmema dissectum

    Scale on photograph. The following classification scheme was adopted: Anderson, J.M., Anderson, H.M., and Cleal, C.J. (2007), Brief history of the gymnosperms: classification, biodiversity, phytogeography and ecology, Strelitzia 20, South African National Biodiversity Institute, Pretoria (LINK).
  14. trilobite

    Erratic boulder from central Europe. Ordovician or Silurian. Any ideas as for the trilobite group, e.g. order? The ornamentation is quite characteristic, I presume. Librigena?
  15. crinoids - ossicles

    Ordovician or Silurian erratic boulder from Poland. Sorry for poor quality photos - I'm not able to get better for now. What are these 8-shaped lumen ossicles? Also, can you spot fragments of calyx?
  16. crinoids - stems

    Ordovician or Silurian erratic boulder from Poland. Sorry for poor quality photos - I'm not able to get better for now. Is this a chance association or can you spot fragments of calyx, stem, and cross sections through arms? What crinoids are these - crotalocrinitids?
  17. crinoid on sponge?

    Erratic boulder from Poland. Age unknown but likely Late Cretaceous to Danian. The silicified concretion is developed around a sponge, visible in view places, like the spot on the photo. This specific spot bears also a ramose feature. Could it be part of the sponge anatomy or a crinoid root?
  18. Bivalvia or pygidium

    Ordovician or Silurian erratic boulder from Poland. It's not the first time I come across this type of fossil. Would you say these are bivalves or some big trilobites' pygidia?
  19. total mystery (asterozoan?)

    I found it today in gravel on a parking lot in Poland. Age remains uncertain, as the rocks present were all erratic boulders. What can that be? An asterozoan, perhaps?
  20. trilo head

    Cephalon, or more specifically - a glabella, my father found today, here in Poland. It is an erratic boulder and so its age is likely Ordovician or Silurian. Can someone tell the trilobite group or even a genus?
  21. Fossil horns?

    Dear TFF members, I have bought these two on an auction - the seller says they were found in the sands of the Vistula river, in the area of Kraków (south of Poland). Could they be fossilised horns? I will appreciate any suggestions Kasia
  22. bryozoans

    Two colonies found today in central Poland. Erratic boulders, so no data available other than this: Ordovician or Silurian, Baltica. Is there an easy way to distinguish between various 'monticuliporid' taxa actually placed in different trepostome families? Smaller specimen:
  23. semi-articulation

    Minute fossils (fingers in the background as a scale) from the Campanian of southern Poland. The major element looks similar to bourgueticrinid columnals I know from the site, so maybe a semi-articulated crinoid?
  24. gastropod or foraminifer

    Lower Campanian of southern Poland.
  25. crinoid from gravel

    Southern Poland. Found in parking lot gravel, so age unknown, although Late Jurassic or Late Cretaceous to Paleocene likely. I quess it's an isocrinid - could anything more be added to that?
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