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Found 40 results

  1. Mystery fossil discs

    Hello again. I have several of these strange fossil discs. I cannot find tags for them in the boxes of minerals and fossils recently acquired. Possibly some sort of jellyfish? sea sponge? Any help with ID is of course always appreciated!
  2. Need help with identification

    Hi to everyone. My grandmother gave me these two, one fossil that she found at the sea here in Greece, and this mineral that she doesn't remember where she found. Can anybody please help me identify them, I am not too sure if the mineral is appropriate for this forum as it is not a fossil. Any help is appreciated.
  3. ID 3 species in a Permian themed exhibit

    I just went to this traveling exhibit in a museum in a city where my brother lives that it is about the animals and life in the Permian period and I got pictures of 3 fossils, an ammonite, a trilobite and a crinoid but I don’t know what species and genus they are?
  4. Hi, All. The photos below of the group shot, followed by some individual shots, are of my most recent acquisitions. Like many of the fossils I've acquired here in Niger, I don't have much of a clue what I'm looking at! As indicated in the title, these all came from the Agadez area of Niger - a current hotspot of dino discoveries. Unfortunately, it's also "hot" when it comes to danger from terrorism, so the supply of things coming out of the sand there has greatly decreased. Anyway, I don't want to flood the site with photos of all the things I don't have a clue about, but I thought I'd start with these. Thanks so much for your wisdom! Rob
  5. Sea urchin Holectypus?

    This was also found near Herznach in Switzerland and according to my lexicon, it could be a Jurassic Holectypus, am I correct? Greetings!
  6. Possible bird skull?

    Hello everyone, this is my first thread on this forum. I found this community while doing some research about a possible bird skull fossil. The piece was found by me in the Sea of Lima, Peru, in the 2018 summer. I can take more pictures if needed. I see myself a peack and some eyes sockets ..
  7. Ocean Floor Fossil

    I found a fossil amongst a ton of ocean fossils, mostly crinoids but amongst other things. It is a bunch of dots on a rock .Any ideas at to what it is, maybe scales? Nearly all the rocks are fossils.
  8. Worm like fossils, crinoids?

    I found what look like worm fossils among a bunch of crinoid fossils and a few shells. Could you explain what these are? They seem much larger than the crinoid fossils. Seems like one end of the worm and the other end. I found smaller ones of one end, like knob ends.
  9. Shell

    I found a shell that is all grey rock. I would like to know what animal it is. I found it with a bunch of crinoid fossils. I think it's a shell.
  10. Eurypterid-sea scorpion

    From the album Invertebrates and plants(& misc.)

    Eurypturus lacustris arthropoda chelicerata bertie Gr. Williamsville (A) Fm Buffalo, Western New York silurian
  11. Pannonian sea fosill?

    Hey, I was digging a fish pond and found this fragment stuck in a piece of dirt..location of the finding site is in Europe, north-west Croatia (part of the country that was under the Pannonian sea) is this even a fossil? can it be part of sum seashell or teeth maybe? I know my find is not spectacular and this is a mere curiosity, but I love nature and my surroundings, and I want to know it better Measurements are in metric system (centimetres and millimetres) first pictures front and back sides up&down ,
  12. Ancient Sea plant?

    This looks like a fossil, but I'm not sure. Need your expertise to identify.
  13. Help me ID!

    I found these at Holden Beach over Christmas break and would love some help identifying them! I know they are probably in the sea urchin family, but I would like to know more information about them if anyone has any! Thanks in advance.
  14. Hi everyone, does anyone know how I can clean this sea urchin and how to remove all the silicoclastic matrix?
  15. coral id

    the following appears to be a coral, or sponge? It is not my own find, a friend gifted them to me, he said his fisherman grandpa, found them in the water near the island. They are heavy-ish, very hard and sound like rocks when hit them with each other and other rocks. size: when placed next to each other 10cm x 4cm(to3cm) and 2cm thick. Also appart from the obvious shell which looks modern, there is a tiny white pointy edge - snail -like shell with vertical lines all around, and a hole on its side, that could also be fossil, unless that it is supposed to be so white when baby. (photo1 and 2, left piece, top right circle, u can see the baby shells opening and hole)
  16. Hello everyone, it's my first post here. Recently around the Gulf at Muscat, Oman, I found this tube-like structure bind strongly to a rock after some digging with my hands under the water on a remote small beach (no signs of previous visits there.) There's no sand on that shore, instead a coarse-sand-like nature of very small shell and rock fragments. The start of this tubular structure is very narrow, and its radius increases as it appears to curl in a life-like form of some organism. Unfortunately the top appears missing when I found it.
  17. Trip to Saltburn

    Took a family trip to Saltburn yesterday, just up from where we normally go (Redcar) and made some discoveries, one of which looks like a nautiloid. I made a video of that last one, the possible nautiloid:
  18. Weird armor-like thing

    Hi all, Found this 2 days ago on the Zandmotor (Netherlands). I have no clue what it is... Anyone know what it could be from? Thanks in advance, Max
  19. Need help please!

    Oh my I don't know where to start really! My 10 year old daughter is interested in collecting fossils. Today we have been to Filey beach on the East Coast, UK. She found numerous fossils. I think I have managed to help her identify them as ammonite, brachiopod and gryphaea. One however has me stumped and google isn't helping, maybe bone or wood? (to be honest I'm not sure it even is a fossil!) she is proud of her finds and is desperate to know what it is, hence me being here asking for help! Many thanks in advance
  20. Can someone tell what is this?

    I found this some time ago on the coast of Lyme Regis. Cant identify it. Its like 20 cmt long
  21. Frankstown, MS

    I went on my very first fossil hunt today in northern Mississippi. I was excited to find fossils, but I am having trouble identifying the following 4. Thank you in advance, I cannot wait to learn more about this wonderful hobby.
  22. Hello, I just found this strange rock on a rocky beach in southern Italy - Europe. The rock is flat and well levigated all around... the central part has some blackish shades... and as You can see has all those strange lines/spikes starting from center... at first I thought about a sea urchin... but what attracted me most are those ramifications at top of the spikes and in between them... this detail make me wonder if is some kind of plant... Is it a fossil or is just my imagination that makes me believe that? Thanks for the attention...
  23. What is this?

    im not sure what this is but its beautiful. found in a rock pile with corals, and many other rocks and fossils. is this a type of sea coral? or is this a rock. it makes me think of cave formations. any feedback appreciated. its 25 inches in diameter.
  24. Is this a skull?

    Hello guys! I'm new here and my English not perfect as you see I found this fossils and i wonder what they are. It seems to me that first one looks like turtle shell but i have no idea about other one. Can anyone help me? Thank you!
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