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Found 15 results

  1. Backyard finds

    I found this in my back yard which was farm land 40 plus years ago about 50 yards from a drainage easement.
  2. ID for a Newbie Please

    Hello, I am a new member as of today but have been reading for a while. My son and I have recently gotten into rock collecting. We haven’t gone fossil collecting yet but hope to do so soon. We found these in Inland Southern California in the foothills of the Big Bear area. The site was next to a river or what’s left of it this time of year anyway. I have tried to rule out pseudofossils and different types of rocks. These also remind me of what a ranger described to me as jellyfish fossils while visiting the Bristlecone Pine area in CA. Similar samples were also on display. The second (larger rust colored spotting) might be igneous but I believe the first is sedimentary. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
  3. Petrified Mushroom?

  4. Petrified Mushroom?

    I am having a hard time to upload more than one pic at a time..i am new to the site..also I will take better pics tomorrow in the day light
  5. Petrified Mushroom?

    I believe this is a petrified mushroom I had dug up a couple years ago..i am wondering if it has now become amber..it is translucent when a bright light is against it..if anyone knows about this type of mushroom I would be interested on any info...thanks
  6. Hello everyone! It was a beautiful, but hot day today on the North Sulphur River in Ladonia, Texas. I found a few nice specimens, but I need some help identifying them. This one was found on the top of the surface near the bank. It is not as heavy as a piece of rock, but it reminds me of the piece of mammoth tooth enamel that I found there a while back. It has a few shiny, smooth areas and has a slight curve to it. Definitely a broken piece of something. Thank you in advance!
  7. newbie needs help

    Hello! I'm a complete amateur & need some help. Camping in Apple River Canyon state park, Illinois in what is called the driftless area. They had a huge flood wash through the canyon a week or so before my trip, relocating tons & tons of rock. I found a few fossils, but don't know what they are or how to clean them up. Thanks
  8. Can anyone telp me what i found?

    I found it in the Montana rocky mtns in a old dried up riverbed.
  9. What is this?

    I found this embedded in some rock at the bottom of a riverbed in Wimberly, Tx, a little north of San Antonio. Can you help me ID it? It looks like a claw of some sort. Is hard as a rock.
  10. Gone Hiking, Part 3

    Howdy folks! So took advantage of a beautiful friday afternoon with my girlfriend. Went for a hike on the river bed that I usually sport alone. She hasn't found any fossils/fragments before so I was more then willing to help her find her first. Came up with a couple finds, Pictures posted below. One coral and another a fragment of an Ammonite. I tried getting the best possible shot i could with my phone camera for the colours on this piece. Pictures do no justice when it comes to the array of colours this piece emits. Then for lunch we settled down for a little wiener roast by the stream. As she was finishing up her lunch, I walked to a near by eroded hill. I stumbled upon a ton of calcite crystals.. no fossils but still very unique to find around here.
  11. Mollusk Mystery!

    found this on my hike yesterday on the way back to the truck. I Had my head up most of the walk back but this huge rock stuck in the mud and shale caught my eye. my gut instinct, mollusk? tell me what you think. Thanks Maybe I was Just carrying a random 20 lb rock around for fun!
  12. Fossilized humerus?

    Found this in a pile of river rock here in Kansas. It's heavy like a rock. I'm a newbie so need some help. It looks like a humerus to me and you can even see the different colors that show the marrow. From surfing the web I've seen very similar shapes of fossil humerus of porpoise, whale and alligator. Should I get back to that pile and keep looking?
  13. Teeth ?

    Does anyone know what these are?
  14. Fossil from Ladonia Tx

    Found in a riverbed in Ladonia Tx.
  15. Found a tooth

    Could this be a bison tooth? Found in river bed, Arkansas River, Oklahoma.
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