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Found 356 results

  1. sponge or crinoid?

    sponge or crinoid? ... the way I am looking at is the small part is a stem?...and then the cup shape the other end?....or is the large cup shape is where it attached to something? and the small stem part is just that the base of a stem or it could be another miss.
  2. is this anything or a odd tiny pebble?

    is this anything but a odd tiny pebble? location west of Houston...Brookshire....in a gravel load from the Brazos River. more close up photos to follow......
  3. Strangest piece I’ve ever found

    This is a long shot but I am hoping anyone can give me an idea of what they think this is. I found it on the beach of Sandy Hook Raritan Bay. I’m posting several pictures. Thank you for any ideas!
  4. Unidentified shark tooth

    Hi I am a new member and hoping for some suggestions. I found this shark tooth at Sandy Hook beach in N.J. I have been searching online to try to id it with nothing conclusive. There are no serrations on the sides of the tooth however I am not sure if this is due to excessive tumbling in the ocean water. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  5. two tiny fragments

    the round one not ideas at all but the brown one possibly turtle?...only problem there is is the ridges did turtles have ridges?.. or could this be something else?.
  6. I dont know

    Hello, Im sorry but have no experience in fossils or geology. I was hiking around Rainbow Basin in southern california high desert near Barstow. I found this in a wash. It doesnt look like any rock I have seen. Not sure if it is a fossil or anything at all. It is about 23 centimeters long and 18 centimeters wide. If you could please help it would be appreciated thanks.
  7. Petrified Human Part?

    I found what seems to be a fossilized human body part, not sure though. It seems to be something, but not quite sure what. Do you think it's just rock? It is rock, but do you think it's a fossilized human part? A museum I sent a picture to said it was just a rock, but I don't know if they would really want to tell me.
  8. Found in the woods in Fairborn Ohio.
  9. I believe these are sandstone formations? but not sure of type fresh of the ground last night.
  10. I have polished a few slabs today and stumbled over a group of mysterious, tiny fossils. They are in a rudist-bearing limestone clast, width of specimen is 85 mm, they are located a little bit from the center of the specimen toward the lower left corner. Age is Campanian. In the slab 3 mm away from this one, there is nothing to see of them. I am counting 5 large ones and possibly 3-4 small ones, arranged in 2 or 3 rows. They consist of a thick-walled bubble with a very conspicious plug projecting towards the center of the bubble. One of them has a very conspicous stem and maybe one of the small bubbles has also a stem. The largest bubble has an outer diameter of about 3 mm. Bubbles and the steem appear to be segmented, each segment seems to consist of a single calcite crystal, somewhat resembling echnoid sceletal material. The more often I look at them, the more I think they are tiny crinoids??... But I am probably totally wrong. I tried to make a higher resolution scan and a photo with my scrapy camera at highest resoulution, but without great success. Sorry, better photos are not available. Suggestions - despite the poor photos - are highly appreciated. Thanks! Franz Bernhard
  11. what is this looks like fancy poo

    this is interesting fancy poo or a plant?..crystal or what?
  12. partial crab or?

    partial crab or ? it is a dark blue color..the coin is a quarter. mmmm look at the rich creamy center...lol...well looks that way anyway.
  13. I can't seem to find an ID for this find. I believe this may be a siphuncle. What do you guys think? The "V" shaped sutures are really throwing me off. Has anyone seen a straight shelled cephalopod with this "V" pattern? Kinda neat how you can see how this was buried, preserving one side as it weathered the other. Then along came a dozen crinoids or so a used it as a nice base.
  14. 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?
  15. fossil id request

    found southern indiana area
  16. Me again guys, I have a few fragments of a copper like color, smooth but porous on the inside specimens which i thought might me coprolites. It could also be geologic, smelting bog or something. But found well underground near the Testudines Sp. fragments posted on Saturday. Could you take a look and give me some ideas?
  17. Unknown

    Found in Kent County, Maryland near Worton. I have no idea what made the impression. The rock's girth is about that of a soda can top.
  18. Hello there! I was able to visit Hungry Hollow's South Pit (near Arkona, Ontario, Canada - age is mid-Devonian) yesterday - boy was it hot!!! Viola and I spent three hours surface-collecting before we decided to call it quits and head to our air-conditioned car. We found our usual stuff, but I'd like your input on the following two items: Item #1 front and back: a type of Favosites coral - perhaps placenta? It's a lot flatter than my other Favosites finds, and you can even see what I think are some crinoid holdfasts on top, and an echinoderm plate (perhaps from a crinoid calyx?) on the back!!! Item #2 front and back: I have NO idea whatsoever!!! It's smooth, and I can't see evidence of holes/pores, but it is kind of hilly - what do you think? Thanks in advance for your help!!! Monica
  19. Bivalves

    I know this is not Fossil ID, but can someone help me identifying these bivalves? I found it in Algarve. Thank you.
  20. Mystery Fish

    So I saw this whilst browsing the auction site, and I have zero idea what it is, with no detail to the location or formation that it was found in. I can't say I've ever seen a fish like this one, and without knowing where it was from, even fewer, but maybe the almighty wisdom of TFF might have an idea?
  21. Mazon Creek ID

    Today I was I was cracking open my daily allotment of Mazon Creek concretions and I came across this piece and I don't recall finding anything like it in the past. I was thinking that it is possibly a seed, but again I have not found anything like it before. What do you think? @fiddlehead , @RCFossils , @fossilized6s @Rob Russell
  22. What could this be.

    While fossil hunting at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in North Carolina, I came across this critter. I don't think it's a Crinoid, as the little groves and very tiny, even compared to some small Crinoids that I found. I'm thinking of some sort of Centipede type creature, but have no Idea. Any thoughts or help would be greatly appreciated. I was tickled to find something a tiny bit different. Thanks in advance Joe
  23. What could this be?

    Hello everyone! I found this thing in Estonia, near Ohessaare by the sea. Hopefully someone will be able to identify itE. If you need more information or better photos, just tell and I'll try my best to provide them
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