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  1. Hello! I found this rock in the empty lot across the street from my house in southern Missouri (Howell County). This rock is approximately 6 inches long (15cm), and it seems very heavy for its size. I thought this rock was just another weathered rock until I noticed the indented pattern. Then I wasn't so sure. Stainless steel doesn't scratch it, and a magnet isn't attracted to it. I find a lot of crinoid stems and little gastropod fossils, along with colorful chert, in my own backyard, but it's a whole different world on top of a tall hill across the street from me. I find lots of smooth we
  2. Jurassicz

    Fossil shark vert from Morocco

    I got this fossil shark vertebra for free. It was filled with matrix on it so i prepped it. Its from the Oulad Abdoun Basin, Morocco near Khouribga. The location has fossils from the Cretaceous-Eocene. Does anyone know the species/genus or age of this shark vert?
  3. Hi Guys, My son's friend asked me to id this and I'm embarrassed to say that I'm stumped! It's siliceous, it was found in UK and its owner has suggested it could be from Whitby (or less likely from North Cornwall or the Isle of Man). It's intriguing me because if you look through the little holes you can see daylight suggesting to me that the specimen might be fossil and not just a strange depositional feature. I'm convincing myself that I can see five-fold symmetry and that it looks like some sort of echinoid but I might be way off the mark. If you think it's depositional or diagenetic c
  4. wintrbird89

    What kind of coral is this?

    I found it in Belgium
  5. I found them in a gravel in Kortenberg, Belgium.
  6. Gemma Baker

    Is this a fossil??

    Hi All, I recently visited Walton on the Naze and found this...does it look like a fossil? I am not sure if it is anything but it looked interesting so thought I would take it home to have a proper look. hoping to go back and look for more items in the warmer weather. thanks in advance, Gemma
  7. wintrbird89

    Found in Belgium

    Can someone please help me identify these? I found them in a gravel in Belgium.
  8. wintrbird89

    Found in Belgium

    Is this a fossil? It’s very small
  9. Rexofspades

    Fossil ID Matoaka trip 2

    Hi Again! for Easter this year I decided to go to the Calvert cliffs for some Easter egg fossil hunting. it was a lovely day out got to talk with some nice folks. I wanted to share some of my finds and my IDs of them to check if I got them right before I put labels on them in my collection. 1) Stingray teeth, most likely eagle ray, although the grayish one looks to me like a duck billed ray. 2) Mako Shark Isurus hastalis upper 3) Hemipristis Serra upper 4) Extinct tiger shark Physogaleus contortus 5) Extinct tiger shark Galeocerdo (I think the one
  10. Hi all, I found this fossil in a creek near St. Louis. Any ideas?
  11. wintrbird89

    Found in Belgium

    Can someone help me identify this?
  12. wintrbird89

    Found this in Belgium

    It’s a little bit hard to see but my guess is coral. It has flowery designs with stripes on it
  13. Squirrelman91

    Judith River Ceratopsian Horn?

    I have this chunk of bone from the Judith River formation of Hill County, Montana, and I was wondering if this is a partial horn? It was found with some other small skull fragments, but this is the main piece. Does anybody more familiar with ceratopsian horns have any insight? It is 5.3 inches in length (I forgot a ruler picture, my apologies). Thanks in advance!
  14. Found in Belgium
  15. Somethingwicked

    Rocks or fossils?

    Hey all, I'm brand brand new to the fossil world. As in, went out to try to find fossils (on a legal collecting site) yesterday for the first time after a bit of reading. I'm in Colorado, and I was looking in an area that is known to have a lot of fossils and there is a lot of erosion exposing different layers. But I really don't know what I'm looking for. I presume all of what I found (or at best, most) is just different coloured rocks (the black spots maybe oxidation from iron content?) but how can I tell fossil from rock? So I thought I'd post some of what caught my attention he
  16. I split a rock in half from bjärsjölagård silurian aged. And a piece flew off when i split the rock. Have i damaged something rare? It looks fragile and flakey
  17. Found it in a beach in sweden. But theres no fossil sites near so its not from sweden so i really dont know the location or age.
  18. So I have seen many pictures of sea urchin spines and it looks like one. And I really cannot id species and stuff that I'm not sure are fossils. Is there a Good website or book? Many times I cant find anything to make a id of a species or fossil. Many of you guys know how to id fossils. How did u guys learn? I have alot of maybes and many fossils to id the species. I also get confused with flint fossils some I find have holes that are the same size and depth - maybe sponge? But cant find anything online. And the fossils near me are at beaches. The o
  19. Jurassicz

    What is this?

    Anyone knows what this is? Found in flint
  20. Jurassicz

    Are both of these s

    These were found in a beach in Sweden. I have found sea urchins at that location before. I'm pretty sure one of them is a sea urchin, but the other one is crushed at the top. They probably came from Denmark as the only fossils in that area are from Denmark.
  21. Jurassicz

    Is this a fossil or something else

    What is this its hard as rock found at a beach. Did remind me of gum but its rock hard
  22. mlewis

    Is it a giant fossil???

    Hello Everyone! This rock was located in Northern Colorado in Routt County. It was found at the base of a large hill while excavating the area for a new drive. The rock is almost 2' in width and is massive. While excavating there were several areas of dirt and then veins of this white rock running through it. We are not sure if this is just a unique type of rock or if it is a fossil. There are some areas that sustained some scratches from the excavator. At the base of the hill where it was found, a creek runs along the hill. It looks like the area was carved by a much larger body
  23. MrBones

    Monkey or croc tooth?

    Hello, I recently found this small tooth (just under 1cm long). At first, I thought it might just be a weird crocodile tooth, since those are common here in Ruwais, Abu Dhabi, but upon further inspection, I saw that the tooth was hollow, unlike crocodile's teeth. Also, it lacked the vertical stripes. I am not sure what this could be, it has a small hooked section at the very tip, and inside of the curve there seems to be signs of wear. I hope it could be a monkey tooth, as they are exceptionally rare (only 2 monkey teeth have been found in all of Arabia), but it could well be some other a
  24. Ago13

    Is this a bone?

    Is this a bone, and if so what kind of bone is it and maybe what kind if animal could it have came from? For context it was given to my grandfather by his brother in Arkansas a long time ago. Any help would be greatly appreciated
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