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  1. DrewNZ

    Amonite?

    First off, I'm a complete novice when it comes to fossils so please ignore my ignorance! I recently found my first fossil and I'm still waiting for the bits to arrive so I can have a go at prepping it. On hearing this and my excitement about it my Mother In Law handed me a rock and said I found this about 30 years ago on a trip to Brighton in England I want you to have it. I think it might be an Ammonite (complete guess based on pictures I've seen of Ammonites), also when I first looked at it I thought it was merely the impression left by the fossil, but on looking at
  2. Bobby Morgenfeld

    Possible amonite part.

    I found this rock while hiking in a mountainous range around Central chile, 2 hours out from santiago. The area around where I came across was very elevated and dry, with features similar to the atacama(which was once underwater). It has ridges on the side of it, as well as having the size and shape of the outer part of an amonite shell. I used a rock identification app which told me it was made of limestone. Now I'm wondering if I found a fossil or just a weirdly shaped rock.
  3. freerangetraveler

    Quick Evening Trip…

    Had a couple hours to hunt one of my local spots this evening… I didn’t find much, but I did manage to pull a nice little bivalve shell embedded over an ammonite imprint. cheers!
  4. Hello all! My name is Rafa and this is the first time writing in the forum. Instead of posting in the introduction section, I figure it was more entertaining to do it by my first field trip report and finds, in this case to the Jurassic Coast in Dorset. I am sure nothing new to the members of the group as it is a mega famous place, but I had the most amazing weekend taking my first steps into this amazing world and would like to share! About me, I am a Uruguayan living in Munich, Germany since 6-7 years, and with some family in the UK. I am a total beginner
  5. Chris finner

    Pyrite

    Hi, I was going to bin this but then started poking at it and started to find a lair of pyrite just under the surface... when I’ve seen pyrite before it’s never been so “solid” as this.. do you think it’s works further work???
  6. Kevin Shales

    Amonite or concretion

    Hi, is this an amonite or part of a concretion sphere? I’m not sure where it was found. Many thanks
  7. From MD, visiting OKC for another week. Had a great day at Lake Texoma last weekend and looking to spend a few more days around Thanksgiving hunting with a local or with local wisdom. Could us a little help getting a little more off the beaten path where less broken fossils are more likely. I guess you'd call me an experienced newbie. Elementary science teacher by day, love to hunt fossils by the days I'm not teaching. Would love to find some more ammonites, do a nice trilobite hunt, or whatever is within a "reasonable" drive for a day or two trip. Any favorite spots or formations with c
  8. JulianoLPD

    Ammonite Id

    Hi there folks. I was wondering if it is possible to ID the following ammonite. Bought from that auction website with no further info... =\
  9. Hi there, guys. I've been learning a lot from you in the past few days and now I got another doubt. Found the following fossil is the auction website and it kept me thinking. Is this fossilized that way? I mean, I do believe they are real fossils, but were they fossilized by pyrite or hematite or were they treated somehow and covered with the mentioned metals? They do look pretty in my opinion, but if they are a result of a natural process (what I don't believe) that is even more amazing!! Just wanna hear your thoughts. Thanks in advance, Juliano
  10. Hi guys, last week I was on holiday in Austria and had the chance to hunt at the area of Adnet. There you can find fossils in the red "Adneter Schichten" which are lower jurassic deposits. I was there twice for about 4 hours at all and I found some cool stuff! At my first visit I found plenty of ammonites, one nautilus and some bivalves. It was a very rainy day. Here is a picture of the site: And this is the only ammonite I could prepped until now: Its a 5 cm long Phylloceras. A kinda common species there. The prep w
  11. I pick up these nice fossils at the drydredgers.org auction last night
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