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  1. San Antonio, Tx 78023 These three rocks were part of the several used for the flower beds in my front yard. I know that doesn’t mean a lot, but my entire yard is covered rocks just as odd. What caught my attention is the difference in shape, but had a similar break or tear.
  2. Vnaz50

    Id help

    San Antonio, Tx Another piece from my backyard. I’ve already done a vinegar test on it. It also coming from this spot.
  3. Vnaz50

    Odd texturing

    San Antonio, Tx This one had an odd coloring and texture. Looks like shell and sediment.
  4. San Antonio, Tx Do limestone and/or sediment formations tend to repeat a formation in similar shapes and sizes? The one on the top left appears to be a clay bottle.
  5. Vnaz50

    Bark or Mulch?

    Vince San Antonio, Tx I walked over this piece for weeks. I thought it was a piece of bark or mulch. I picked it up and washed it off like a rock. After I dried it off I noticed the burn looked odd.
  6. Vnaz50

    More Appropriate

    Vince San Antonio, Tx I’m not even going to try and guess this one.
  7. Vnaz50

    Sunday Rock 2

    Vince San Antonio, Tx Unsure of this one. Luckily it stood up for. Good pic
  8. Vnaz50

    Boat paddle?

    Vince San Antonio, Tx I know I get overly excited but this resembles a tooth to me
  9. Vnaz50

    More rocks

    Vince San Antonio, Tx This is one I’ve had sitting on the porch. Just got to cleaning it again.
  10. Vnaz50

    Backyard

    My last one for the week I promise.This is after I did some cleaning at lunch. Everyone has been very helpful. Thank you. San Antonio
  11. Vnaz50

    Identification help

    I found this one last night in my backyard. Looking for some assistance in identifying it please.
  12. nathansaurus

    Fossil ID helped needed!!

    Hello guys! Nathan here. I have a few fossils I would like to get y'all opinions about what they are or if there even fossils! Here is one rock I found outside my house in Houston Texas.
  13. FossilizedJello

    Devonian fossil ID

    So, funny things happen. When my parents bought the house we were in we found this limestone plate of brachiopod imprints in the rock garden. Not only until 16 years later after I became interested in fossils, I realized our front rock section in the front of our house is the same limestone full of fossils. There a few a good pieces and one of them I opened up the layers and found a bunch of imprints. Almost all of them either look like brachiopod impressions or fossilized brachiopods...but there is this one I find here and there that intrigues me. No idea what it could be. So I also drew a sk
  14. JesEFX

    Dino Egg? Or No?

    I found this in my back yard. Some tell me it's a concretion. I think it is an egg. I've tried several ways to break it down and it's doesn't change form. Except for where it looks torn. I need a professional eye.. any body?VID_20200216_000522088.mp4 VID_20200216_000633287.mp4
  15. Beader

    Illuminati?

    This is from my yard in Central Louisiana. I had a bunch of pea gravel hauled in so I can find “Indian Beads” (lifelong collector) I am unable to identify it thus far in my searches. Can y’all help? Thanks in advance! Wanting to get back in to this
  16. Marilyn Brack

    Anyone seen this before?

  17. Stone_mason

    Odd shaped rock in my garden

    Hello! first post here. I know very little about fossils but I found this peculiar rock in my garden and thought it looked like an old vertebrae. Location is Salt Lake City, although it could have been put in the garden by the previous owners. It’s a heavy rock, about 7x7 inches. I apologize if I am leaving out any important details! Cheers, m
  18. JoshOrb

    Petrified Mushroom?

    Hey everyone, totally new to this site, just signed up. I found (actually my dog found) what seems to be a petrified mushroom in our backyard in Colorado. I know these are very rare but not sure what else it could be...any suggestions? I appreciate your help!
  19. I read this old post just awhile ago, and realized those foothills are actually behind my backyard: http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/37632-jaw-bone-with-tooth-found-in-highland-ca/ I couldn't believe it, there actually might be fossils that are nearer to me! One question though, what do fossilferous sites look like? (I'm looking on Google Maps.) Any help will be appreciated.
  20. 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!
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