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Found 18 results

  1. Looks a bit like a finger

    First time I've found one of these. From Norway close to a place with a lot of trilobites, if that helps. There may be more of the fossil hidden in the rock, but I'm a bit scared about hammering around it. Any idea what it might be?
  2. Creek bed fossil

    I found this fossil a few weeks ago. It was in a creek bed that flows during the wet season but has pools in the dry. I know the creek has sandstone, but it also looks like it has limestone and possibly slate. There is also a lot of rocks containing rust. This fossil appears to be stained with it. I am located in Western Kentucky near Hopkinsville. One side looks like it is ribs. The other side is smooth and one part is unusually round. There are pockets that appear to be filled with sediment that has solidified into rock. I've added pictures from all sides and others with measurements. I will add them as replies since the files are too large. I wish I had more, but this is all I have.
  3. Fossil or pseudofossil ?

    Hallo forum, this was in the craggy field where the sea was once decomposing on the limestone subsoil. It reminds me of Hibolites hastatus. What is your opinion ?
  4. Hello! I am a new mineral enthusiast. I recently purchased an Ammonite. It appears to have water in it. I was wondering if this is a normal occurrence and how old the water might be? Looking forward to hearing everyone’s opinion! Thank you for your time FC408BAE-F931-4BC0-B055-95F91A8E389F.MOV
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. What is this piece ?

    Hello, I'm new here. Somebody suggested this site to me for help so here it goes. I found this item about 6-7 years ago in a lake while diving for remains. I ended up finding this. (buried under the sand) I have always wondered what it belonged to, and on another site I posted it nobody really had a clue either. It went from bear claw,boar to bird, etc... Nobody truly had a clue just idea's of what it could be. Now I have been really curious about what this actually is. If anyone has a clue please tell me. I can take more photo's if needed, the hole you see from below, it's not empty, meaning you can see in it but it's not empty would you put a toothpick in it, only a small part would go in . Location found: Italy, lake Bolsena => (picture of lake) Wildlife of Bolsena does seem to range from small to some medium sized birds... I haven't really come across to many other bigger animals there. Also today 15/08/2018 somebody send me this on the other side, this person believes it belongs to a bear (showing her example) of a Marsican Bear
  9. Unidentified fossil

    Hi I'm quite new at fossil hunting. As I was swimming at low tide, far from the shore with my 4 y o. son, he found this rounded pebble in shallow water. I took it, broke it, to find out this (see image). It does look like a fossilize worm. Does anyone have any idea ? The age ? Thanks in advance ! Matt (and Elie, the discoverer...).
  10. Asymmetrical Ripple Marks

    From the album FreeRuin's Finds

    Marks left by the movement of a river or stream in the early Jurassic. Hartford Basin Portland Formation Massachusetts
  11. Cornfield find

    Found this in a field while searching for arrowheads. Anyone have any an ID?
  12. Hello, I have been trying to identify this fossil/rock for my daughter for some time now with no luck. She finds it fascinating and would like to be a Geologist when she grows up. We've been searching through books and online. Asking for your expert help on this one! Any thoughts are greatly appreciated. Origin is unknown it's been a part of my collection for decades at this point. Thank you kindly, LLVB
  13. My daughter and I were out walking in the woods by our house, near a creek and she found a "neat" rock. I took a look at it and it looks like it has several fossils in it (actually impressions, if they are called something different). There are two round impressions, possibly shells, but different than any I have seen. Then there are multiple straight lines running throughout the face of the rock, going in multiple directions. I can take better images, if it is needed. The rock is rather small, only about two inches long. I appreciate any help that I can be given. Thanks, Doug
  14. Preserving Fossils

    Hey all! I am a new fossil collector and I started out by going to the Suedberg site in Swatara Gap, PA, which is part of the Mahantango Formation. I brought some fossils home with me and have heard you can use a 50/50 mix of white elmer's glue and water to preserve the fossils. Obviously this isn't a professional job, but it is cheap and gets the job done. Can I use this mixture for fossils found in shale? I fear that over time they will disintegrate and if I drop them, bye, bye, fossils, which is why I'm considering using the mixture. I am also open to cheap alternatives, although the key word there is cheap (I am a college student).
  15. Kentucky Fossil From Creek

    Found this in my dad's flower bed after he got a load of rock from a local creek bed. Is it a true fossil and what of. Location of creek is in South central Kentucky.
  16. Another Interesting Fossil!

    Hello fellow fossil-finders! I am back with a new fossil to be identified! Last Saturday I went to the Delaware Bay Beach with my cousins. We were looking for small fossils that were buried in this huge pile of rocks right at the edge of the water.The first fossil was found almost instantly. I believe it is honeycomb coral. Take a look. Next, I found something that I couldn't identify. It could be a barnacle for all I know. It has small grooves on the black side of the rock, seen here: Here is another view at the other side: Like always, if you can identify what this is, please tell me. Thanks! -Con
  17. Hello all, I was out causing some trouble in my backyard a couple of days ago when I stumbled onto this little guy. I don't really have an idea of how old this find is or what I to do with it for more info since it's only a partial sample, but I would love to hear any details y'all might have to share about this! If you need more pictures please feel free to ask--I will be glad to provide any other info on the find. Happy hunting and have a great weekend!
  18. Cretaceous Enhydro!

    this piece had already come to my attention because of the unidentified inclusion in it (probably a seed) but i've found something new... and WOW! it may be tiny, but i've found a real water bubble in New Jersey cretaceous amber! you can't see it without a microscope and it isn't easy to see it moving, but i've captured two pics that show that it is definitely a water bubble. the two pictures were taken under the microscope with the amber piece tilted differently in each one. sorry no video as when i tilt the piece it involves a lot of re-adjustment to the zoom levels. you'ss see the air bubble inside is at the top of the bubble in one shot and in the middle in the other.
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