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  1. TeethCollector

    New additions to my collections!

    Hi everyone! I want to introduce some new additions to my teeth collections. 1. Nodosaur tooth from Judith River Formation This tooth is from Hill Co. Montana. Has nice set of serrations, and 10 mm wide. There are two genus of Nodosaur known from Judith River F. : Edmontonia and Palaeoscincus, thus, this is a Nodosaurid indet. 2. Pygmy sperm whale (Kogiopsis) tooth from Hawthorn Formation This tooth has no tip, but have enamel and root. This is slightly larger than 3 inch
  2. Hello to everybody! I'm kinda new here, but before I start I must say I really love this forum! It has really great vibes and you instantly can tell that this is a good and friendly community! So, I am ziggycardon, I live in Belgium, close to the border of the Netherlands and when we start speaking geologically, I live on the same cretaceous sediments as where the first major Mosasaurus discoveries where done! Unfortunatly I have never been on a fossil hunt myself and everything currently in my collection was bought or given to me. But I hope to change that soon, as I am dyi
  3. Jaimin013

    My Collection

    Hi everyone on Fossil Forum, I am pretty new to fossil collection but I have decided to post what I have currently collected and will continue to update this page with new fossils that I acquire over time. I am now looking to acquire rarer teeth now! Details of Specimen: Triceratops Tooth Hell Creek Formation, Carter County, Montana Late Cretaceous Period (65 Million Years Old) Measurements: 1.5 inches long x 3/4 inch wide x5/8 inch thick Weight: 8.9 Grams No restoration at all. all natural specimen. I love the way this looks and its huge!
  4. Hey everyone! I'm new to collecting and learning about fossils. I have a very small collection of shark teeth. I found the 2 largest ones while scuba diving at a Spring in Central Florida. The rest of the smaller teeth I found years ago on a trip to Peace River. Not a lot yet but I look forward to exploring for more and learning more!
  5. Fossilartist

    Old collection fossil id

    I am unable to identify these pieces from my grandad's collection. He is now unable to clearly see and so sadly couldn't identify it. It must be something, he was a zoologist and the shale meant enough to have a crack repaired. Parts look like bones to me. I'd love to get these identified so I can prep them, making them clearer so he can see them clearer again.
  6. PetrosTrilobite

    Post your first fossil!

    Even if you have hundreds of fossils in your collection, or you are new to the hobby, only one, two, three, fossil(s) is your first. My first fossils are some Moroccan shark teeth. I seen these teeth in a greek science shop. Before this, i don't knew that is so easy to get any fossil for personal collection. I believed that fossils are only for museum or rich. Until this time i don't knew any fossil site or shop. But, with these shark teeth, i learn that is easy to have a fossil collection. I searched for trilobites, dinosaur teeth, and many others. Now, 6 years later, i have a good colle
  7. Better pieces of my Woolly Rhino and Mammoth teeth/molar Biggest mammoth tooth is around 11/12 lbs Biggest rhino tooth is around 4,5 inch
  8. I had heard of these display options, but had yet to pony up and buy some. Found a deal on three 8 x 11's and I'm quite pleased! It was great fun to arrange the fossils in interesting patterns. I did one for my England Jurassic Coast finds, one for Florida Peace River and Venice finds and then a Texas Cretaceous Tiny Stuff. I like how they take up some nice space in my cabinet!
  9. Figured this might be quite interesting. Post your fossils that are just found at one location. I'll post two small blocks of Pachystopheus fossils, which I believe are only found in South Gloucestershire--Aust Cliff and Garden Cliff. And a Hypsilophodon vertebra which is only found at Isle of Wight--I think at just Brook Bay too.
  10. These are the majority of the pieces that I found in my vacations. I had free time and found many things, a great contribution to the rest of my collection (A total of 692 teeth!). I hope you enjoy them! Regards !
  11. Hello. I finally got around to taking pictures of my collection. It took a while to identify and label everything. I hope you enjoy the pictures. I’ll update this topic as I add new fossils. My first shelf currently has fish and mammal fossils. Weird combination, but I have limited space. I think the Knightia look nice at the top of the bookcase. Pair of Knightia eocaena Diplomystus Sea robin nose bone. I found this while on a Peace River guided tour with Mark R
  12. So many shark, dinosaurs topic! Now I want to see your favourite and more particular fossil mammal! It can be your rarest or your strangest fossil but the fossil you love the most. Let me start with this partial juvenile metailurus mandible from Hipparion red clay of Gansu. The erupting tooth still preserve a perfect micro crenulation, I just love it.
  13. Kim sung hyun

    Show me best fossil you have!!

    Show me best fossil you have!! I'm starting topic with my favorite trilobite, dolerobasilicus yokusensis from south korea. (Jigunsan formation, middle ordovician) 8cm long, on 30cm matrix it is genus is only found in South korea.
  14. I'm making a collection of fossils from khouribga morocco and im buying from multiple sellers. But the problem is they have different information. So like some say its from khouribga, Oulad abdoun basin, Oud zem, Gebirge. So lm not sure what location to write down. And then age some say cretaceous, Eocene, Paleocene are all these ages in the same locaiton/basin? And if so how do i know?
  15. Wrangellian

    Collecting the Stages

    I've thought about doing this for some time, but only now during all this down time we're getting have I gotten around to seeing how many of the stages in the geologic timescale (the global version, at least) are represented by fossils in my collection. If a fossil collection can ever be said to be 'complete', this is one way of doing it - to try and get at least one specimen from every stage. Another would be to try and get a least one specimen from each group (phylum, class, order, etc) but I could see that quickly becoming difficult. I figure this one is within reach (at least relatively so
  16. I figured that while we are on a show me your sharkteeth kick, why not show some of our specail sandtiger teeth The poor sandtiger hardly gets any press, but they can still be a nice addition to any collection. Here is my absolute favorite. It is another Brownies beach special. When I found it in the surf it was a dark black/grey color. But when it dried out I got a blue/tan mottled blade with a brown root. Also the root is kind of oversized for the blade. It has some wicked cusps as well.
  17. Fishinfossil

    NJ Amber collection tips

    Looking to try my hand at finding amber in NJ. Any tips in collection? I.E. sifter, shovel, black light, what methods to collect work best? Thanks.
  18. Would anyone know if ADAM's SILURIAN collection is still available to view please on TFF.
  19. great-britton-fossils

    First time poster... need some help with an ID

    Hello! This is my first time posting, and found this in my collection the other day. Anyone have an idea? Thanks for the help! Britton
  20. Hi all, I have moved images of my collection to this page. Please any questions I will endeavour to answer one by one. Thank you for viewing. Kind Regards. Liam
  21. paleoflor

    Collection Photography

    L.S., Though I think I generally keep a reasonable administration (insofar as numbering and cataloguing my specimens), the identification and photography seem to always lag behind... One of my goals for 2021 is to catch up a bit, so I've been reorganising old photographs and taking new ones. Many old identifications have been reconsidered too, often actually yielding less specific results... At this stage, I thought it would be nice to share some of the updated photography work. Sharing the photographs helps me keep motivated and may even prove useful for identification. I plan to
  22. My collection from the past year and a half. I have some I need help on IDing I will post soon. I just wanted to show off my spoils from hundreds of hours of searching on kayak, mud stomping through creeks and researching. All of these were found in VA
  23. PetrosTrilobite

    Your "wish list"

    What is your "wish list"? My wish list, i think is this: 1) Morrison fm Sauropod tooth 2) Acrocanthosaurus (I know that is very, very rare and i will never get one) 3) Troodon tooth 4) Suchomimus 5) Ceratosaur tooth 6) Morrison theropod 7) Dimetrodon tooth 8) Tyrannosaurid tooth 9) Acheroraptor 10) Pliosaur tooth I write only about dinosaurs, reptiles and synapsid because if i will add more clade, is very hard to make the list.
  24. Theres no way I'm the only one, but I think a fossil display with models incorporated take display and immersion to the next level. The creature alongside the evidence it left behind, makes such museum like feel in appearance and enhances the appreciation and wonder. Heres a thread to post any fossils you have on display alongside a model, statue, or toy. Here is a display from my collection of one of my favorite prehistoric creatures postosuchus alongside a giant 10inch+ chirotherium pos/neg footprint.
  25. FossilBaron

    My Fossil Collection

    I've been collecting fossils since 2011 and have since acquired a substantial number of specimens. The focus of my collection is mostly on fossils from the United States, including from my home state of Pennsylvania. To start things off, I'll show the highlights of my collection of fossils from the Kinzers formation, which runs through Lancaster and York counties in Pennsylvania, not far from where I live. It's known for trilobite and echinoderm fossils and dates back to 512ma, older than the Burgess Shale. I remember seeing trilobites from the Kinzers at a local museum when I was younger, wh
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