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Sand3

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Hello there, i'm new at this community, so i'm hopping I will get some help from you guys, tried to google what've found, but didin't really found any good info. 

Fossils are numbered you can see at photos

Fossils which i found were at Lithuania, in random fields, few years ago.

Would be nice to get any info about these, are they rare, does they have any price... any info, thx :)

https://imgur.com/C4YKjlF

https://imgur.com/Kh0NMZy

https://imgur.com/EZEoJ8M

https://imgur.com/pOwv214

https://imgur.com/Cwho8KL

https://imgur.com/95fQEm9

https://imgur.com/MowZGhu

https://imgur.com/zqUPa9a

https://imgur.com/6odgAeE

https://imgur.com/7Q1zWlX

https://imgur.com/2SKKMW7

https://imgur.com/dxDeF9m

https://imgur.com/Icxfkd7

https://imgur.com/rWEkbsX

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Try to upload pictures directly as this thread will probably live a lot longer than your links. And don’t expect any evaluation of value on here.

 

3, 5 and maybe 6 might be solitary rugose horn coral

4 might be a worn section of an orthoconic nautiloid, eg belemnite

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1 hour ago, dhiggi said:

Try to upload pictures directly as this thread will probably live a lot longer than your links. And don’t expect any evaluation of value on here.

 

3, 5 and maybe 6 might be solitary rugose horn coral

4 might be a worn section of an orthoconic nautiloid, eg belemnite

It may well be a belemnite. 

But a belemnite is not an orthoconic nautiloid. 

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1 minute ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

It may well be a belemnite. 

But a belemnite is not an orthoconic nautiloid. 

Thank you, I stand corrected :)

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1 hour ago, Sand3 said:

Hello there, i'm new at this community, so i'm hopping I will get some help from you guys, tried to google what've found, but didin't really found any good info. 

Fossils are numbered you can see at photos

Fossils which i found were at Lithuania, in random fields, few years ago.

Would be nice to get any info about these, are they rare, does they have any price... any info, thx :)

https://imgur.com/C4YKjlF

https://imgur.com/Kh0NMZy

https://imgur.com/EZEoJ8M

https://imgur.com/pOwv214

https://imgur.com/Cwho8KL

https://imgur.com/95fQEm9

https://imgur.com/MowZGhu

https://imgur.com/zqUPa9a

https://imgur.com/6odgAeE

https://imgur.com/7Q1zWlX

https://imgur.com/2SKKMW7

https://imgur.com/dxDeF9m

https://imgur.com/Icxfkd7

https://imgur.com/rWEkbsX

I'm not into giving away my cookies if I can help it. Please post directly.

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7 minutes ago, Sand3 said:

Doesn't really let me post any other pics, cus it says that too big file xd

Photo size is capped at 3.95mb per post. If you cannot post, try refreshing your browser.

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Thanks for posting directly. Looks like mostly paleozoic stuff. Brachiopods in the first pics followed by rugose corals and another brachiopod at the end.

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Looks like fairly common stuff. Common around here anyway, not sure about how common they are in Lithuania. This is what I see: 

 

1 = Brachiopod bits and pieces.

2 = More brach bits

3 = Solitary Rugose Coral (Commonly referred to as a Horn Coral)

4 = Not sure.

5 = Same as #3

6= Brach bit

 

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