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Found 395 results

  1. rock pick

    I have had this Pry-Axe brand made in Chicago for a few years. It is listed as a Fireman's tool. The only online photo I found has a different handle. So I assume it will be a good rock pick and maybe I can wrap like golf club tape on it? A SOG folding shovel with belt pouch. Has proven well made and handy. The maker of Multi-Tools.
  2. Fossil or just lines on rock?

    Fossil or just lines on rock?
  3. Ways to cut through solid rock?

    I found a nice well-preserved ammonite specimen while on a trip, the only problem is it’s in the middle of massive slab of stone! How do I remove it without utterly destroying it? Is it even worth it to try? Jackhammers are not an option. Is it possible to dissolve the rock using an extremely strong acid?
  4. Hello, I am new to this group. I found this rock while hiking in central Greece. It kind of looks like a paw inbedded in a rock. I picked it up because it's colour was unusual. Could it be a fossil? I have no idea what it is?
  5. Tasmanian fossil?

    Hi all, my son found the rocks below on a school trip in Tasmania and was very excited to have found dinosaur fossils wanted to ask if these are actually fossils or some type of rock formation or something else? Thanks.
  6. Unknown specimen ID

    I have been studying (ie buying, selling, trading) rocks for a few years now and I received this in a trade. I’ve been wondering what it is ever since but recently I watched Ninja Scroll: The Series and the dragon stone reminded me of this so I went and dug it out and now I’m a bit obsessed and still don’t know what it is after googling fossils for hours. Could it be a fossilized pine cone? My guess is it’s agate but that’s all I can tell. I don’t have any idea where it was found or the origin and have lost contact with the person I got it from. Any ideas you have about it are appreciated.
  7. This morning I went with my Grandson AJ, on a quick 100 mile round trip to a suburb of Chicago, Chicago Heights, to check out the "South Suburban Earth Science Club- Fossil, Gem, Mineral and Jewelry Show"- this is a show that I have never attended before and it was held in the gym at Prairie State College. It is a small show with only about 15 vendors, but it was nice to visit. They had a nice little childrens section and AJ decided that he wanted to select a free plastic spider rather than a small Mazon Creek fern, he also bought a nice little green heart for Grandma, who did not attend. Here are a few pics of the show- Here are some of the items that were for sale- I always like to support the local shows so I always buy a couple things, even when I don't need them. Here are a couple things that I bought. The first piece I bout was from Green River and it cost $12.00. I do not know it the ID is correct and the leaf is not good at all, but I did like the pieces of coprolite. The last thing that I bought were these three pieces of black shale from St. Clair, Pennsylvania that I purchased for $5.00 each. These fossils are Pennsylvanian in age and from the Llewellyn Formation. FRONT- Alethopteris serlli BACK- Neuropteris ovata FRONT- Alethopteris serlli, Neuropteris and Sphenophyllum emergenatum BACK- Alethopteris- FRONT SIDE ONLY- Alethopteris serlli and Neuropteris ovata The vendor that I bought these pieces from allows kids to take one rock or fossil and AJ grabbed an Essexella asherae Jellyfish half from Mazon Creek. All in all it was a fun way to spend an hour on a nice Saturday morning - and thanks to @Bobby Rico for a quick response to a question that I had.
  8. Rock or fossil?

    Hello, one of my brothers brought this to me after digging it up in our garden. He believes that it's a dinosaur egg but I'm not sure. We live in the Appalachian mountains of Virginia if that helps.
  9. until
    I just noticed on the ESCONI site that on Saturday (10-19-19) and Sunday (10-20-19) from 10 am- 5 pm the South Suburban Earth Science Club is holding a "Fossil, Gem, Mineral and Jewelry Show". It is being held at Prairie State College in the Prairie Center Gym. This college is located at 202 S. Halsted, Chicago Heights, Illinois 60411. I have never been to this show and do not know how big it is, but I plan on attending.
  10. I love rocks

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  11. Fossils??

    Found in the Glen Rose area. Can anyone tell me if this rock in this fossil came like this or how did it get in there?
  12. are these fossils or "just rocks"

    hi, me and my 10yr old son have recently got into rocks, fossils and beachcombing - him moreso but he cant go on own, so i go with him (it gets me out of the house). The following photos are bits he found at our local rocky beach (parton bay, west cumbria uk). We have no idea if they are fossils or "just rocks" (this is what his older brothers have said they all are!) i am pretty sure that the "white/grey/black" piece is fossilised wood/charcoal (L) and the "clam shell" (P) is not shell material anymore but solid rock.
  13. ID: Rock or Fossil?

    Found this rock on the beach in Runswick Bay, Yorkshire. It is very light weight compared to its size. Is it a rock or some type of fossil? Could it be Scoria? Any help with the ID is appreciated.
  14. Ideas

    Another coral piece found
  15. Tooth?

    This caught my eye while scouting (and wading, still in the low 90°'s in MO) an stretch of Sugar Creek that was new to me.
  16. Wonder what this is ?!

    New to this, so here is my first photo attempts !! I will get better Found this Central Texas, dry creek bed. part of the encasement fell off. my husband says it looks like poop !!
  17. Strange blobs in rock

    Hi when I was in Nova Scotia this summer I was at a cottage off of mink lake near Yarmouth Nova Scotia and found these strange blob lokking things in the rocks there where hundreds of these I every rock around are cottage i don’t know what time or formation there from tho can anyone help me I’d this thanks.
  18. Hi all, I was on the bank of a creek west of Festus, MO and I found this odd looking rock. It was partially buried in the mud. I didnt think anything of it until my wife said "that thing looks like a turd." I began researching coprolite and I'm curious what your thoughts are. I've always loved pre-historic history but my knowledge of fossils is extremely limited, to put it lightly. There is a crack that runs along the back in which there appears to be a quartz-like material. Any information or opinions would be much appreciated!
  19. Fossils??

  20. Fossils??

  21. Finger rocks??

  22. Found this in Lake Michigan on the coast near Platte River. Pretty small - the rock is about 1.5" (inches) tall and about 3/4" deep.
  23. Hello, I have two strange objects that my wife and I found in Pittsburgh in Carboniferous territory. The triangular shape one is a little larger that a quarter while the spherical rock is about the size of a baseball. I haven't seen anything like these two rocks in any of my fossil trips, so any help would be terrific. Thanks everyone!
  24. Hi again everyone. I am trying to identify what this is. Any help much appreciated. Found at walton on the naze in the UK just over a week ago.
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