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Found 27 results

  1. Hi there, The kids had a nice few little finds today at Walton On The Naze, Essex (UK). We got there just as the tide was revealing the beach so had some nice fresh cliff fall and stoney sand to sort through. Rest assured that any help advising what their finds may be will be greeted with great enthusiasm and excitement! (They are 5 and 8 - and very excited to post this here!). Thank you, G.
  2. Found in my yard in Corpus Christi, TX.

    Was digging up a part of the yard with lots of chert scrapers we found and thought I saw something. Mud was wet so wasn't sure. After it dried I found these inside. Is this something or am Crazy?
  3. I've bee looking around at different vertebrae but cannot seem to find a match any ideas? A rough guide in the right direction as to what it looks like it could be from? ventral to dorsal measurment are 12mm anterior to posterior is 15mm and lateral left to right side is 21mm Thanks in advance.
  4. Finds from Big Brook in NJ

    Hi, I just got back from Big Brook in NJ and I came back with some things I need people to identify. vertabrae There are three teeth in the same root. attachments.zip
  5. Process IDs

    Can anyone possibly ID these processes? Are they from different species? I know it's a long shot, but I won't know unless I ask. They're from hell creek. that's all I know about them. The first one is 2.75" tall, and the second is 3.25" tall. That's all the information I have about them.
  6. We found this fossil this afternoon in Big Brook, NJ...trying to figure out what type of fossil bone it is (or hopefully is); any help is appreciated! Thanks!
  7. Found this in a creek on my dad's land while arrow head hunting. Place is located east of Waco. Please help identify.
  8. whatizit?

    Just a casual question on whether this might be a fossil or not. Found at an estate sale. Seems to be a vertebrae of some kind or just some rock coincidentally pentagonal in shape. Cube is 1". Best to all you diggers!
  9. This looks like a vertebra but not sure

    I found this on the Frio river bed by Uvalde, Tx and it looks like a vertabra of some kind. Rather large and it has the common shape and segments. Here’s a picture
  10. Hi, found these today at Speeton, UK. Could anybody tell me what they are, was thinking they may be a possible vert, but I wouldn’t have a clue myself.
  11. Help with ID

    Hello! I have tried looking this up and I can't figure it out. I was hoping someone could help. I found at wrightsville beach, NC. Thank you very much for taking the time to help! Karen
  12. Fossil vertabrae

    I found these and I think they are fossil vertabraes of fish but I am not sure. I found them at a brook in Holmdel NJ and they are pretty small. I think two of them are vertabrae but I am not sure about the other two.
  13. was sent these pictures by a Moroccan dealer i was wondering about it being a sauropod vertebrae since it has a very small foramne, any thoughts or input would be nice and if so could this be from the only described species rebbechasaurus ?
  14. I am thinking of buying this but have no idea if it is just a small vert or juvenile as it's for the kem kem dealer I know it is genuine but there would be no way to put an i.d. on it apart from caudal.
  15. Kem kem fossil bones

    Ok so after doing a lot of buying collecting and digging in the Kem kem area of morocco I have some nice finds that I could use help identifying if that is ok first one to post is a vert unsure of its species though and ultimately did not buy as was expensive but would love to know the rest of the fossils I own need cleaning before taking pictures but when that is done will post here if that is ok with you good folks.
  16. How do I preserve this fossil?

    I acquired this worn metaxytherium floridanum vertabra from a trusted seller, its from the peace river formation of Polk county (Miocene) and its very quickly trying to turn itself to sand, especially in one area. How do I keep this from happening, cheaply and quickly? Here are some pictures from the seller, but I have it with me so I can take more. @Ptychodus04
  17. What have we got here?

    Okey donkey, my sister just brought this to me. Found hiking in a dry riverbed in Paso Robles, California. The area and rock tell me it is Monterey Shale Formation (Miocene). I said it looks to be fish, but the size of the ribs don't seem to fluctuate which would make it a long creature. Now there is an outcropping of Pipefish about 15 miles south of here, could it be one or ? As you can see from my hand, it is about a 1 1/2" long vertibral column. Thanks, caldigger
  18. vertebrae? Tooth?

    Thank you very much for any help you can provide. ---karen
  19. Was lucky enough to get some access from a nice fella about a mile and a half north of Chippokes State Park. Very nice spot and untouched. Some pretty cool finds in just a couple hours.
  20. Is This A Vertabrae?

    I found this in a septarian nodule in Texas.
  21. Please help me ID this very neat vert (?) I found it on a beach in NE Fl. last week. Hope the pictures are acceptable, Grateful for this forum, your time, expertise or opinions! THANK YOU fer lookin'! Happy Hunting, To All!!!
  22. Badly Preserved Vertebrae

    Hello All, Can anyone ID this warn specimen? I think It's a large reptile tail vertabrae. Found in Barrington, Cambrideshire recently... Not sure if the hexagonal appearance is due to erosion or not. Any clues much appreciated. Best Pica
  23. Cretaceous Bone Bunch

    So I bought this piece of matrix with some cool little bones in it. With a Mosasaur tooth, a reptile vert and some fish bones visible. Photo of most of the prepping done before removing the bones from the matrix All of the loose bones. The Mosasaur tooth looks like it's probably Prognathodon. But while the vert certainly looks reptilian, I'm not sure if it's Mosasaur or something else. In total one Mosasaur tooth, a reptile vertabra, Five types of fish verts, two types of fish jaws and a tiny shark tooth. Pics of the vert. Small piece of fish jaw, but dunno which. And a bizarre piece, what I can only think is some kind of fish jaw piece but I have no idea what it's from. Anyone have any ideas?
  24. Vertabrae Fossil?

    This fossil was found in southwest Iowa on a river bank. It measures approximately 2" x 2". Do you have any idea what it is?
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