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  1. Yan11

    Cetacean Skull Fragment?

    Hi guys, I found this bone cluster on the shore of the Black Sea, near the city of Balchik, Bulgaria. From the region there have been findings of Miocene cetaceans, seals and some ground megafauna. The more circular bone somewhat reminds me of an ear bone but comparing it with pictures of fossil dolphin ear bones I can't say if it really is one. So my question is if it is an ear bone and if it is, does that mean that´s a part of a skull? Any help on the identification of the fossil will be very much appreciated! Best regards!
  2. Hello everyone! Been long time I haven't done anything fossil wise due to weather and work obligations. Yet this weekend I went to NW Bulgaria checking a lower Cretaceous spot. As per the map its Berriasian to Hauterivian. I started cleaning slowly and found out its a spiky type. Any direction towards species, so that I know approximately its shape and don't mess up cleaning? It's small in size, the visible part being 1 1/2".
  3. Dimitris

    Echinocorys edhemi

    From the album: Bulgaria - Echinoids

    5-12-2020 Byala, Bulgaria Byala 2c Section (Бяла 2c) Danian, 0-25m above the K-Pg boundary
  4. Dimitris

    Seunaster bouillei

    From the album: Bulgaria - Echinoids

    5-12-2020 Byala, Bulgaria Byala 2b Section (Бяла 2b) Maastrichtian, 45-0m below the K-Pg boundary This one was extracted directly from the formation at the same level with the sea.
  5. Dimitris

    Seunaster bouillei

    From the album: Bulgaria - Echinoids

    5-12-2020 Byala, Bulgaria Byala 2b Section (Бяла 2b) Maastrichtian, 45-0m below the K-Pg boundary This one was extracted directly from the formation at the same level with the sea.
  6. Dimitris

    Seunaster bouillei

    From the album: Bulgaria - Echinoids

    5-12-2020 Byala, Bulgaria Byala 2b Section (Бяла 2b) Maastrichtian, 45-0m below the K-Pg boundary This one was extracted directly from the formation at the same level with the sea.
  7. Dimitris

    Echinocorys ex gr sulcata

    From the album: Bulgaria - Echinoids

    5-12-2020 Byala, Bulgaria Byala 2b Section (Бяла 2b) Danian, 0-45m above the K-Pg boundary
  8. Dimitris

    Echinocorys ex gr sulcata

    From the album: Bulgaria - Echinoids

    5-12-2020 Byala, Bulgaria Byala 2b Section (Бяла 2b) Danian, 0-45m above the K-Pg boundary
  9. Dimitris

    Echinocorys ex gr sulcata

    From the album: Bulgaria - Echinoids

    5-12-2020 Byala, Bulgaria Byala 2b Section (Бяла 2b) Danian, 0-45m above the K-Pg boundary
  10. Dimitris

    Echinocorys edhemi

    From the album: Bulgaria - Echinoids

    5-12-2020 Byala, Bulgaria Byala 2c Section (Бяла 2c) Danian, 0-25m above the K-Pg boundary
  11. Dimitris

    Echinocorys edhemi

    From the album: Bulgaria - Echinoids

    5-12-2020 Byala, Bulgaria Byala 2c Section (Бяла 2c) Danian, 0-25m above the K-Pg boundary
  12. Yan11

    Weird sea mammal bone

    Hi guys, I found this bone on the Bulgarian shore of the Black sea, near Balchik. In the region there have been found the remains of cetotherium sp., dolphins, seals, flamingos and others. I am wondering though what exact bone it is and of course of what. I thought that it may be a part of a fin or something like that, but I failed to find a photo of a bone like this. Any help for the identification will be very much appreciated! And happy soon to be new year!!
  13. fifbrindacier

    Ammonites Brachiopods Rudist

    Hi everybody, Dimitris sent me some nice stuff and I'd like your opinion about them. A cretaceous ammonite, maybe protetragonites An Oxfordo-callovian one Rynchonellids from the Trias of the Nechinska bara river That rudist from the Maastritchian of Mont Ptoon, Grèce.
  14. Dimitris

    Cretaceous of Bulgaria

    Hello everyone! Been some time away from hunting as business consumes now most of my free time. Anyway, around May, I stopped at a small river that I saw while returning from another hunt. I found some stuff including a big Inoceramus (Thx @caterpillar for helping with ID) The place look promising but I could not find further publication or information about that. Searching for geologic maps, I found this site: http://www.geokniga.org/maps and thanks to this and the now known age of Inoceramus, I managed to pin point on map the formation. I searched only
  15. Dimitris

    Mollusc? Found on a river outcrop

    Hello everyone! Today, on my way back from Jurassic hunting, I stopped on a small river I had seen the other time. The location is this 43.297077, 23.397995 Picture shown on google is either irrelevant to exact location or something I have not seen. Anyway, the location as per Rockd is Early Cretaceous. I cannot find a geological map for the exact location. The closest known to me is Maastrichtian, 30km SW. In the area around, there are confirmed Eocene formations as well. The site is characterised by dark shales, which are very loose and easy to split ev
  16. Hello everyone! Like most Europe, here in Bulgaria the winter is also very warm. Today we had 16C with totally clrear sky, so I decided to go hunting on a placed I was gathering info. 150Km from Sofia to the North, is the village of Belotintsi. There is a small Gorge formed by a creek "Nechinska bara" and the outcrops are part of Jurassic of Bulgaria. My source was the National history museum of Sofia and some publications of professors found online. The initial goal was to observe mostly the area as I was little tired for climbing and not properly prepared in terms
  17. Hi, Even in this hard times of corona virus outbreak I couldn't resist the urge to visit again a cave that I found a few weeks ago, but couldn't explore it fully. So I went again and this last time I went in the cave I found a great number of bones scattered around the cave. I think they are probably modern, but it is weird because the cave isn't very easily accessible for animals since it has a few big drops. I found this tooth in a small ,,room,, which was barely big enough to squeeze in to. In that same place there were a small broken skull and many bones, but this is just one o
  18. Yan11

    Feather from the neogene

    Hi guys, Last week I was on a vacation in Balchik on the northern coast of the black sea and I visited a small fossil site there. It's a small shoreline littered with mudstone and limestone (I think). Previously there I have been finding bones of sea mammals but this time I found something even more interesting... From what I can tell it's a feather. I just wanted to ask you if you can confirm that it's a feather. I was also wandering if there is anyway that it is a modern birds feather somehow imprinted on the fallen rock. Happy New Year to everyone !!!
  19. michele 1937

    Bulgaria

    Seeking publications of Creta sup. (cephalopodi) Bulgaria locality Pleven I thank Michele
  20. Yan11

    Is it a fossil??

    Hi guys, Today I was going trough some old boxes of not very well preserved fossils and I stumbled upon this rock which i found before a few years in a limestone deposit on a fossil beach here in Bulgaria. (Echinoids and ammonites are common for this site). When I found it I thought it really resembled a fish spine, so I took it just in case it really was a fish spine (although I doubted it). So can anybody tell me if this is really a fossil of some sort or is it just some natural rock markings. Best regards to everybody!!
  21. Hi, I've collected this fossil on a beach near Balchik in Bulgaria and have wandered what it is. On the same beach I've also found small parts of bones and a partial vertebrae. Since there have been previous finds from Deinotherium bavaricum , Trilophodon angus-tidens and Choerolophodon pentelici in the region I was pretty exited that I've found a part of a tusk or one from a baby, but I am really not sure what exactly the fossil is. Please if you have any good guesses for the origin of the fossil please let me know.
  22. KevinC

    Petrified bone?

    His all I found this what I assume is some sort of petrified bone. It is shiny and very hard, and seems mineralised. About 2.5cm long by about 2. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated. I only joined the forum after finding this.
  23. oilshale

    Dapalis macrurus AGASSIZ, 1834

    From the album: Vertebrates

    Dapalis macrurus AGASSIZ, 1834 Oligocene Radomir Bulgaria Length 8cm
  24. So, I live in Bulgaria and I found this fossil in my backyard, I was wondering what it might be, and I thought you guys could help me
  25. Lollerton

    FOSSIL ID - N. Bulgaria - bivalve?

    Hello fellow fossilers, I am currently staying in northern Bulgaria, around 30km south of the Danube and there are a some limestone formations close to another local river. I found this fossil and am very curious to identify it! Perhaps it is some sort of bivalve animal but would be great to get some more information. Any thoughts?
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