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  1. ecastano

    Purisima formation

    My kids founds this fossil in Capitola, as part of the Purisima formation. Curious if it's something obvious enough for you pros out there?
  2. WAStatePugetLobe

    PNW beach find, curved vertebrae, unknown

    This was found between glacial and non glacial quaternary sediment. Slightly north of Ocean shores, WA. NOT on the beach, but where the forest meets the beach and erosion is occuring. I brought this to the only fossil shop local to me and all they recommended bringing it to another shop hours away so trying my luck here! You can see the vertebrae which after taking a soft brush to curves around in the shape of a I, the clearly visible vertebrae at top are the largest in with, however the length of each remains the same as the width lessens. There are at least 9 verte
  3. I tried out a new fossil spot and it is loaded with these weird barnacle looking things. My best guess is puffer fish mouth plate? I also found what looks like a fossilized scale. Any ideas what they might be? These were all found about 15 miles inland from the coast by Charleston, SC. I found them sifting gravel in a small stream that cut into the fossil layer.
  4. Beth de la Garza

    ID please for this tooth section

    Found twenty years ago on South Texas coast. Thank you so much for your help. Measures approx 2 x 3 inches
  5. Beth de la Garza

    ID help tooth horse?

    Could you please help me identify this tooth? It was found today on the beach in South Texas. It’s not in great shape like others I have found in the same area. Also are the markings just normal wear? Measures 2.75 inches long and 1 inch wide. Thank you so much for your help!
  6. Beth de la Garza

    ID help please

    Found on the coast of Southern Texas USA. Has a distinct U shape on one side of bone.
  7. LSCSHANE

    Help identifying

    I have no idea what this is...any help is appreciated. Thanks
  8. Ratsbaby

    Strange one

    Hi, this one was found fallen off of the cliffs of Hunstanton, UK It looks to be some kind of fin? I could be wrong though The rock is 5cm long at its longest point and the fossil about 1.5cm shorter Hoping to hear back about it!
  9. Ratsbaby

    May be a long shot

    Hi, i know this may be a long shot, but i found this fossil in the cliffs of Hunstanton, Norfolk, UK It is in a red stone, and was originally in a much larger boulder Any ideas as to what it could belong to would be greatly helpful The rock is about 9cm at its longest point, and the fossil is roughly 7cm as it goes into the rock, and would be longer if not broken.
  10. Ratsbaby

    Wondering what these are

    Hello, I'm wondering what these are. All three of them are about a centimetre long and around 5 millimetres wide, they were found on Skegness beach, on the eastern coast of Lincolnshire, UK. They are roughly cylindrical and ribbed, with the cross-section being a kind of star shape. look forward to hearing back
  11. Ratsbaby

    What is this?

    Hello, I'm wondering what the fossils in this rock are. there is a large one surrounded by multiple small ones at different angles within the rock, and the fossils look very mushroom-like, although i may be wrong. The whole rock is around 2.3cm on its longest side, the largest fossil is about 1cm in diameter and the rest are all about 0.5cm or less. found in the gravel of a drive in Skegness, Lincolnshire so it may have come from elsewhere. hope to hear back
  12. Beth de la Garza

    Just a rock?

    Is this just a rock or a fossil of some sort? I know nothing about fossils, but am getting good at spotting them on the beach. I am an avid sheller and beachcomber and stumble upon Pleistocene aged fossils in South Texas. This piece looked different to me. Thank you so much. It measures approximately 1 inch by 2 inches
  13. Beth de la Garza

    Would these be tilly bones?

    Would these be tilly bones of some sort? I have found the heart shaped tilly bone but never this shape. Thank you so much
  14. BasilTheBulgarSlayer

    Vertebra?

    I found this fossil, that I think is a vertebra, though I am not sure it is. I was thinking dugong bone, but if anyone has suggestions they’d be much appreciated. Thanks!
  15. BasilTheBulgarSlayer

    Bone?

    Does anyone know what this? I found it in a Coastal environment, and I am not sure if it’s bone? It feels kind’ve heavy.
  16. BasilTheBulgarSlayer

    Fossilized Osteoderm?

    Hey can anyone help me identify this fossil? I think it might be from a turtle or alligator. Thanks for the help.
  17. Zac1099

    Need some help identifying

    Hello there, I recently found this whilst doing some excavations on the east coast of Australia, unfortunately I couldn’t retrieve the full fossil but am hoping that someone could help me identify what I found, thank you!
  18. Hi there, Hoping someone might tell me what species of shark this might be. Found on NC coast this weekend. Thanks so much!
  19. Sandpiper

    Coastal NC find - ID requested

    Hi there, so happy to find this forum! I found this on the beach yesterday and excited to see what you might tell me. This area seems to be rich in fossils of sea turtles, shark, etc.
  20. MSirmon

    Spiddal Ireland coast find

    Found this on the coast in Spiddal Ireland. Not sure is a piece of igneous rovk or something else.
  21. jdhooker

    Coastal fossil ID

    Hey all! I'm new to the forum so I thought I'd introduce myself with a find! I found this one while searching for artifacts in my historical geology class. The rock was found beside a dock located on a river right off the ocean (wilmington, nc). The location this rock was found in had several varieties of rocks including clay, siltstone, and scorria. This rock appears to be chert. It has glassy cleavage and banding along its side. It also reacts slightly with HCl. The small bore holes on the top surface come in pairs. My guess is that they were formed by Polychaeda? I am really having tr
  22. Below are a few beach finds from my trip to Topsail Island in North Carolina. You should be able to click on the photos and zoom in for detail. If better quality photos are needed, please let me know. Any help with identification is appreciated. Thanks! 1. Some type of tooth? 2. Bone Fragment? 3. A SUPER TINY PELVIS!?!? 4. Tooth, Claw?
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