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  1. Phillipfiltz

    Tooth?

    So me and my pops was going over a field again to find more fossils/artifacts and he found what looks like a old tooth. We thought it was a rock but after busting out the magnifying glass seen otherwise. Maybe it’s nothing but thought I’d ask you guys and gals.
  2. This has come up a bit around the forums lately, and with the shopping holidays just around the corner, I figure it is a good time to open up this can of worms! Well that and I am buying up equipment for my new earth sciences students to use, so might as well dig two trilobites with one hammer... But first, a few disclaimers: I will use brand names for some items. This is not an endorsement, but a statement on quality/price/durability, etc. With tools, not all manufacturers are the same. Why buy junk ten times, when you can buy the pro-grade once the first time?
  3. Nimravis

    Field Collecting Container

    Today I picked up this cool, handled container at a local hardware store for I believe $16.00. This will be perfect for me when I collect in Southern Indiana. I can separate the fossils by species as I find them.
  4. Stij

    Unidentified Fossil

    Hi, first time on the site. Walking along a track beside a newly ploughed field on a hilltop in a small town in the south of England and came across a fossilised bone and wondered if anyone out there had any ideas as to what kind of animal it may have belonged - appreciate any feedback on this.
  5. Becky Benfer

    Fossil?

    Could this be a fossil or just a concretion?
  6. Hello, I found this fossil in Northamptonshire, UK. I'm not certain what it is, my best guess would be a belemnite. Sorry for the bad quality. Thanks.
  7. Becky Benfer

    What’s on the bottom of this ?

    I believe it’s a flint core because it feels really soft and smooth. I love it’s look but when I look at the end of it there’s a golden color (please tell me it’s gold)! I’m sure it’s not .... haha... it won’t wash off or scratch off easily. Any ideas? Thanks for your help! Found in Ohio in a field ,in North central area.
  8. John_smith

    Flint fossil ID

    Hi, am totally new to fossils but came across this in the corner of a farm field in Surrey, England, UK. Was wondering if anyone could ID it for me? Thanks!
  9. Believe it or not, not everyone is familiar with the world of fossil hunting. Sometimes we might attract the attention of the uninitiated while out collecting. "What is that person up too?" They might think. You could be hammering away at an outcrop on a public roadside or beach or turning up all dirty carrying your rock pick and a heavy pack in a car park. Through the years with fossil hunting and through collecting mud cores for work I've had this happen. The other day it was a group of surfers on a remote beach. "Are you looking for gold with that little pick axe?"
  10. Ludwigia

    A block with ammo

    I went for a walk over the fields the other day since the farmers have been busy plowing things in or over. Well, I didn't find all that much, since I must have been a bit late. There were lots of footprints criss-crossing most of the familiar acreages, so I guess a good number of my colleagues got there before me. However, I did manage to come up with a promising block. I slugged it in two on the field and immediately noticed the tell-tale cross-section of an ammonite, so at least I had found something to play with at home. I didn't think to take a photo of the original pieces, since I had al
  11. Dylan8678

    Indiana field find

    Found this walking a field in Indiana. Nothing to exciting, but curious if anyone can identify.
  12. Boris Albert Wagner

    Fossil field hash

    I was back out in the field today to look for fossils. I finally went over to this stranger rock that for some reason I had put off looking at for almost a year! It turned out to be a nice chunk of fossils hash. I could see sea shells and their imprints along with coral and possibly bones (don't know if they are or not). This is only a small piece of the overall rock and I hope to get back to get the rest when the weather clears up. all the best! Boris
  13. Boris Albert Wagner

    Back out in the field

    I was back out in the field today on the hunt for more fossils. Gathered a bunch of rock to split and examine. What I did find were fragile fossils of vegetation. The picture shows what looks to be a fossilized chunk of wood. Hope to get back out there! B.A.Wagner
  14. oneofmetwo

    Seeking - Fossil Sites In Socal

    I am an amateur fossil collector, barely even a hobbiest. But I have young healthy knees and a strong desire to hunt ancient fauna. 1) Do you want to go hunting? I am very open to meeting in person and venturing out together. However, be warned, I'm an extrovert, so I will try to be entertaining. 2) Do you know any proven/potential sites near Los Angeles (within 100 miles)? - Abandoned quarries (I'll wear a hard hat, I know) - Highway embankments (visibility vest, I know) - Friendly rural landowners (bullet proof vest, I know) - Dry river beds/canyons - Abandoned min
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