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  1. The Amateur Paleontologist

    Natural History Museum of Milan

    In June 2016, during a trip to Italy, I went for a morning to the Natural History Museum of Milan to check out the fossils they had. I was slightly disappointed when I learned that the Scipionyx samniticus holotype specimen was no longer housed over there, but the museum did on the other hand have some rather neat fossils. Here they are 2 labyrinthodont skulls from the Permian of Madagascar (Sakamena Formation?), preserved as part and counterpart: 1) Parotosuchus madagascariensis 2) Indeterminate capitosaurid 3) Resin casts of the skulls
  2. Some of my best 2016 Finds, Tell me what you think! both Impressions and fossils,
  3. The Winner of the 2016 Invertebrate / Plant Find Of The Year is the Megokkos sp. crab with epibionts from the Late Eocene/Early Oligocene of Oregon, USA!!! Congratulations to bruce on his 2nd FOTY win!!! Finding and prepping your own fossils is its own reward; but this one is truly special. Thanks to @bruce for sharing it with us! I would also like to congratulate, again, the other eleven winners in 2016!
  4. The Winner of the 2016 Vertebrate Find Of The Year is the Dracoraptor hanigani associated dinosaur bones from the Jurassic Lower Lias (Hettangian Stage) of South Wales, U.K.!!! Congratulations to Nick (Welsh Wizard) on the discovery of additional associated bones from his newly published dinosaur! Thanks to @Welsh Wizard for sharing part of a world class find!!! I would also like to congratulate, again, the other eleven winners in 2016!
  5. FossilDudeCO

    2016 a Recap

    Hello TFF! I just wanted to take a minute to share with everyone some of our finds from 2016. I do most of my digging up in Kemmerer, WY trying my hand at fossil fishes. 2016 was a pretty exceptional year in that along with our standard hundreds of 18" fish and thousands of split fish we pulled 2 VERY LARGE specimens. quite rare really. it averages out to about 1 every 2 or 3 years normally, so 2 in one summer is AMAZING! These panels have all been finished and are ready to hit the market along with the large gar and the croc! Fingers crossed that they sell so we can op
  6. Thursday's trip to the Peace was a little more productive than the last few and yielded these 2 unknowns. I'd appreciate an ID if possible. The first is a stubby little phalanx. The second is most likely a recent tooth.
  7. It is that time, again...time to look back at the monthly winners in our 2016 contests! You can exhaust the descriptive terms needed to elaborate on these finds, but we still need to pick a winner. Opinions are welcome. (disclaimer: The Fossil Forum is not responsible for physical or mental maladies that occur while making your decision. Please consult your own mind, family, friends and strangers if you need assistance making your choice. ) Review these winners and cast your vote for the 2016 Vertebrate Find Of The Year! You can vote in the other contest HERE.
  8. It is that time, again...time to look back at the monthly winners in our 2016 contests! You can exhaust the descriptive terms needed to elaborate on these finds, but we still need to pick a winner. Opinions are welcome. (disclaimer: The Fossil Forum is not responsible for physical or mental maladies that occur while making your decision. Please consult your own mind, family, friends and strangers if you need assistance making your choice. ) Review these winners and cast your vote for the 2016 Invertebrate / Plant Find Of The Year! You can vote in the other conte
  9. For a change of pace, I went to a different spot in the Peace looking for megs, since I have given most of mine away. The spots I normally go to can occasionally yield a decent meg, but I'm primarily a mammal guy and not especially interested in shark teeth. This spot is a fun place to look for a change, since a decent hole can yield a good quantity of teeth. This was the take for the afternoon. Not super productive, but 2 of the megs are pretty nice although small. One tooth that looks very different to me is this guy. Is this just a weird little meg? It has very defi
  10. Merry Christmas/Happy holidays everyone. There are a few more days left in 2016, so still time left for something amazing to happen, but I thought it's about that time that some of us reflect on the year that has been. I purposely listed best find and trip separately, sometimes finding something awesome makes for your best trip, sometimes a best trip is all about the experience - the locality, the people or the challenge. At at least that's how it works for me. My best trip was an overnight trip up the North Canterbury coastline at the start of the year:
  11. The day started out cold but turned out to be really nice by noon or so. Results were fairly typical, but a couple things that I always have trouble ID'ing unless I have identical pieces already cataloged. I could use help with the 3 pieces in the following photos. The incisor looks different than the camel and tapir incisors I have. The phalanx is shorter and somewhat more stocky than the deer phalanx and the molar (or premolar) is smaller than others I have. Any body got an opinion? Thanks for the time.
  12. Another disappointing trip to the Peace River yesterday. I brought home 3 unknowns that I would appreciate some help with. Here are the first 2, both are obviously damaged. I'll wait for the 3rd until it warms up so the camera lens won't steam up so much. Thanks allot.
  13. Yesterday's trip to the Peace was moderately productive, but this item may be interesting. I almost threw it away because half of it is broken, but it looks somewhat different than other osteoderms we normally find. Can anyone suggest what the animal was? It looks some what like a small sloth osteoderm that was identified for me last year, but so much bigger.
  14. RCFL

    Peace River Fever!

    I've got a bad case of the peace... And the water is still so high! I know many of you have suffered the same symptoms throughout this long wet summer and it may be several weeks to months before we start to dry up but DRY SEASON IS COMING! I have found some really amazing specimens over the past few years but have yet to turn up any dire wolf teeth or round tusk sections so that's really what I'm hoping for. I'll probably end up with a bucket of lemon shark teeth but it never hurts to dream! What is on your 2016 peace river bucket list?
  15. married2rick

    Delaware Beach Sharks Tooth or Coral?

    My sister found this last week on a Delaware beach. Can anyone identify it for us? Thanks!
  16. I took these photos Saturday at the Gemstone, Mineral, and Fossil show at the Charleston Municipal Auditorium https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10209225089489002.1073741864.1374146939&type=1&l=e4b5cc4e3b
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