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  1. Tiago

    Found today in Portugal

    Hello all, I found this fossil today at Portugal, Lisbon district, about 270 meters high. Anyone knows what it is? Thanks for your help. Best regards
  2. great-britton-fossils

    First time poster... need some help with an ID

    Hello! This is my first time posting, and found this in my collection the other day. Anyone have an idea? Thanks for the help! Britton
  3. gebedao

    Tooth identification

    Is anyone can help me to identify this tooth? It seem about 3 inches long. No further information known. thanks
  4. Scot12

    Is this a fossil

    Found this south of Green River, UT. Does anyone know if this is a fossil or what it is?
  5. OK gang, this one has me stumped. This is the last specimen from last year's final trip to the Kiewitz shale, Stoner Limestone, Stanton formation along the Platte River in Cass County Nebraska. I thought at the time, and until a few hours ago, that this was one of the disc shaped oncolites that have been found at that site and related sites in the area. I was playing with a recently LED upgraded microscope and found it had cellular structure barely visible. so I decided to do a laborious prep on it with a bicarb blast. It is in fact nothing I have ever seen be
  6. Pambo

    unknown fossil?

    Could I have some help working out what this thing is?? My partner got this random fossil mix with nothing to tell you what anything is and this fossilised has got me stumped
  7. Joshua Richmond

    Unknown claw tooth looking fossil

    Does anyone know what this is because I have looked around and have know idea what it is. I mean it might be a rock. I cant remember where I found it apart from that it was in England. Any help would be appreciated identifying this. If you need any more photos just say. Thank you.
  8. LabRatKing

    The Blob- a mystery critter

    From the Uni collection, found in a box with other assorted random fossils. sorry, no location data available
  9. Just inquiring whether these are some kind of fossil print or just natural erosion. I believe it was a lake find in Northeast OH or river find in Southwest IL. If fossil, what from? Thank you!
  10. T. nepaeolicus

    Odd Ammonite?

    I honestly don’t know what to say about this. Is it even an ammonite??? Looks so unusually lumpy. Found this deep in my collection without locality info or time period. The back has some kind of glue that has yellowed. I’ve got no idea how that got there...
  11. chrisNB

    Mysterious bone

    I was walking on a countryside path in York (UK) and a strange rock on a plowed land captured my attention. It has a strange shape that looks to me as a fragment of bone close to its epiphysis which seems broken. The cross section is composed of three layers, the central one brownish-red, the middle one white (both very solid) and the most external one is like rock but a bit porous to touch. Do you think it can be a fossil bone? If yes, what could it be? First image as size reference.
  12. Hi, this just arrived along with a few other teeth, and I was wondering if it was possible to identify which species it could be. It’s a Crocodile indet. tooth from the Morrison Formation Is all I know. Thank you for any reply’s
  13. Hey everyone, I just got a small lot of trilobites in the mail and I’m not really sure what I’m dealing with. It wasn’t very pricey for these 5 bugs plus a low grade Moroccan trilo that I know the ID of. So I figure I’ll buy now ask later lol. these 2 seem to be the same trilobite I’m just totally unsure from where. I’m guessing China maybe? pretty sure this is the well known Pseudogygities from Canada...or maybe it’s a similar genus? these almost look like cousins to Olenellus with the body plan. Seems like a Cambri
  14. Genericname

    Flag Ponds MD Fossil ID

    Found this on the beach today at Flag Pond Nature Park in MD, known for Miocene era fossils. Any ideas? Thanks!
  15. Nimravis

    Dugong Bone Question

    I collected this Dugong bone near Sarasota, Florida today and was wondering what would make this indentation/ boring?
  16. Bobby Rico

    Please help with an ID

    Hi all I been asked by someone who is a little shy and new to fossils. They got themselves a auction lot of fossils but sadly no locations or ID info . I have helped with most of the lots but I would like a second opinion on these two items and vertebra . Thank you all Bobby.
  17. Kurufossils

    Unknown NJ Triassic Partial Something?

    This here is a very odd partial fossilized something from the Upper Triassic Lockatong Formation of New Jersey. Not to sure what to make of it, it has a dark core atop with whiteish suggestive shapes. Not sure if this is bone, coprolite, plant or what not. Interested in hearing other opinions.
  18. Mjb99

    Possible mudcrack?

    Found this on a rocky beach in Southern California and have no clue what it could be. Both sides are almost Ying yang like. Let me know if you have any clues!
  19. FF7_Yuffie

    A mystery vertebra

    Massive longshot with this one because I literally have no info other than it being a dinosaur vert. The seller bought a bunch of antiques and collectables and this was included listed as just "dinosaur vertebra". Some of the other fossils he has listed are clearly Moroccan--Mosasaur, Onchopristis etc, but this one definitely doesn't look Moroccan to me. SO, getting an ID is a massive longshot, but perhaps someone can recognize it and narrow it down a bit. I messaged seller for more info, but ... that's it unfortunately.
  20. Katrichter

    Unknown set

    Here are some different pictures of one set I found I would love to know what it is!
  21. Hello_There

    Some Kind Of Scute

    I came across this scute in Colorado, b ut I can't tell if it is turtle, croc or something else. It was thin and brittle and had to be glued. Just under 2 inches long. Any opinion is appreciated.
  22. locutus9

    Silurian Invertebrate Needs ID

    These are two fossils of the same species collected at the Long Pond Road Site along the Erie Canal in Greece, New York. They are from the middle Silurian Rochester shale. These were collected last winter, and I have since been unable to identify them. Both are no greater than 3cm in length. Some interesting fine detail is visible on the first specimen. The American dime is 1.8cm in diameter.
  23. locutus9

    Silurian Fossil Needs ID

    This is a fossil I collected at the Long Pond Road Site along the Erie Canal in Greece, New York. It is from the middle Silurian Rochester shale. Some interesting perpendicular lines can be seen along the edge of it. I have looked for other fossils similar to this one and have found nothing. The American dime is 1.8cm in diameter.
  24. Jellybean07

    Not sure what this is

    I'm not sure what this is, but if anyone can let me know, I would love to hear! It almost looks hairy to me, but I'm definitely no expert...I just picked up fossils for fun on the way to class in college and have a tiny cretaceous collection. They were in an area highly-maintained by landscaping, so I didn't want them chopped/chipped to bits! This one was pretty cool. Any ideas, friends?
  25. Ruger9a

    Ammonite ID request

    Hello folks, I have a two ammonites in need of an identification. I wish I could provide more information, but I can't. Any help will be appreciated.
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