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  1. HamptonsDoc

    Denver Show 2021

    Has anyone heard anything about this year's Denver show? I haven't been in 5 years and am planning on attending this year.
  2. Hello. I offer for trade fragments of petrified wood of the Carboniferous period with crystals of smoky quartz. Some samples are in the photographs (I did not upload all the samples I have, since there are quite a few of them - of different sizes and qualities, as well as the sizes of the crystals themselves. I think we can agree on what specifically interests you - I have no doubt that I will find the sample you need). The origin of this wood is Ukraine, its age is Carbon. I'm interested in marine reptiles and petrified wood. Thank you. Have a nice day
  3. Welsh Wizard

    Fossil Storage Drawers

    Hi I’ve recently acquired this set of old draughtsman drawers which I intend to use for fossil storage. The drawers were used for storing A0 paper and they originate from an old paper mill and are dated to the early 1900s. Each drawer is about 70 mm deep. Just need to fill them now Nick
  4. So I am thinking about ordering from " Douglas fossils" but the email on the website isn't working. So I was wondering if anyone knows how else I could contact the owner? Thanks in advance.
  5. Stacy Lynn

    Found in North Topsail, NC

    I have several fossils that I have no idea what they might be (or even if they are actually fossils. Found in North Top Sail, NC #1 #2 #3 #4 I have others also but this is a start. Thank you for any help you can offer on identifying. Stacy I didn’t realize the other pictures had attached at the end. The Grey one I think is a barnacle and the other one looks a lot like asphalt in the middle but it is weirdly shaped and my son told me it was a vertebrae when he found it. thank you
  6. Mendel28

    Fossil's or just stones ?

    Hello everyone. My son and i are both passionate about paleontology. During our research’s, we found these stones in red clay/sand with flint dating from Cenomanian (near Chartres, France). The stones were among the remains of bivalves and sponges. All the fossils found show strong erosion. Do you think it could be fossils or just stones? Thank you
  7. I'm starting to get into mechanical prep seeing as with the quarantine I have extra time on my hand. My equipment arrived before my projects did so I've been practicing on this invert I had on hand. I believe this is a gastropod? Or is it a bivalve? I can never keep them straight in my head. Anyways, I forgot to take a before picture so I apologize for this awful photo as it was the only one I had: And this is it currently: Obviously not done yet, needs some more work and then some serious clean up to make it look nice but I'm thinking to put it aside for a
  8. Good day everyone, I found a couple of fossils today on a beach walk and was wondering what most of them were. I suspect the one shark tooth belongs to a prehistoric great white and the other a juvenile meg as the tooth is the thickest shark tooth I've ever picked up - unfortunately it is damaged. As for the rest I am absolutely clueless and would appreciate any help with identification. Thank you.
  9. 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
  10. Hello. I was lucky to find a few samples of the Carboniferous period; I found them interesting. The first photo is probably a Lepidostrobus. I ask you to confirm or refute this guess, as well as help with the determination of the rest of the samples. Thank you! Have a nice evening
  11. Hello All, Some photo's/images taken after fossil hunting trips to Limburg and Belgium. These are Cretaceous fossils (73 and/or 72-66 million year old, late-late Campanian, early Maastrichtian). For the most part the squid-like Belemnites (Belemnitella sp./Belemnitella junior (Nowak, 1913) or B. mucronata (Von Schlotheim, 1830) and other species (Belemnella sp.). Also Sea urchins (Echnicoroys sp.) and one piece of a Hemipneustes sp. or (possibly) Hemipneustes striatoradiatus (Leske, 1778). Also one oyster Pycnodonte vesicularis (Lamarck, 1806) and one small Sea ur
  12. PetrosTrilobite

    Mazon Creek Preparation

    I have some questions about Mazon Creek fossils preparation. 1. How we can know that the "egg" contain a fossil? 2. How we can cut the "egg" in the correct point, without to damage the fossil? 3. When we see pos/neg specimes, how the "egg" has been cuted so accurate?
  13. Trevor

    Fossil Art

    Dear Forum Members, I am interested in hearing whether or not anyone here has played around with interesting or exotic displays for their fossils, or in hearing if anyone has created fossil art from the usual materials (e.g. paints, pencils, etc...) or from digital tools (e.g. neural style transfer, digital drawing platforms, etc...). I have used a machine learning technique called neural style transfer to take the following artwork, extract its style, and apply it to an image of a fossil. I have also tried to do some stuff with TSP (Traveling Salespers
  14. Would any metal, specifically colbalt chrome fossilize? I'm asking because I have a book where a time portal opens to 65 million years ago, a character stabs another and the blade breaks off in the dead man's chest, and he gets buried under a mudflow. They find his fossilized remains in the present day, but would the broken blade still be stuck in his bones? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks! :)
  15. 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!
  16. DinoAsh

    What are these?

    Hello, I need help identifying some of these fossil. I am not even sure if they are all fossil but they look like they should be. They are from one of the paleo packs that paleo Chris sells.
  17. As a dinosaur tooth collector since 2018 I have been fortunate enough to obtain the majority of species I have been looking for in a relatively short space of time. That being said, in the last year I have noticed there has been a severe shortage of high quality dinosaur material available. Not just online but from private collectors too and those that have been available, the prices have shot up considerably compared to a couple of years ago for example. Perhaps Covid 19 is a cause of this. Im just curious as to why people may think this is and their theories behind it.
  18. Thefossildude

    Trammel Fossil Park?

    Has anyone visited Trammel Fossil Park in Ohio? If so, how what did you find and do you happen to have pictures? Any tips on where to look and when? Looking any info you may have. Thanks
  19. hxmendoza

    Fossil Shark ID help please.

    Hi folks. My turn to ask for ID help. I’m more of a dinosaur tooth and fossil guy. My friend gifted me these fossil shark teeth. Can you take a look and help me with these? I own a couple Meg teeth and other Shark teeth, but these are giving me a little trouble, or I’d like verification. The first two (A) and (B) have a bourlette, but proportionately large serrations like a Great White. Except GW teeth don’t have bourlettes. I believe (C) and (D) May be Carcharocles hastalis. Are they? I believe (E) is a Mako. But what species? Lastly, is
  20. Nicole delacruz

    Just a couple crinoids

  21. Hello everyone! Here’s the deal: I’m moving in the beginning of August which will entail a 900 mile drive (away from any cretaceous fossils ). Wondering how you all would pack your collections! Most of my collection (95%, lol) consists of teeth. Mostly cretaceous sharks and fish, one meg, a spino, and two mosasaur. I have a few inverts as well, which I’m predicting will be the most fragile. No large pieces or bone. I’m thinking individually wrap the fragile pieces, while the common teeth can all be put together? Let me know of any good ideas! Thank you!!
  22. I found this fossil at Caspersen Beach Florida, while snorkeling please help me identify it, ill go crazy if i don't find out what it is.
  23. Looking to trade some of my teeth in my collection, hoping to get: Dire Wolf Giant Ground Sloth ( Mainly Eremotherium) Edestus Shark Nice Whale Tooth Bears Bear Dog Bone Crushing Dog Open to other Carnivorous Mammals Looking for teeth of these
  24. DarkTr

    Europe advice

    Hi. This summer I have intention to make a palaeontological trip in a Europe location and i want some advice on which one I should choose. I want to find dinosaur fossils or reptile or plants fossils, preferably a location not too far from Italy ( my country) like England. Can you help me?
  25. Kolya

    Scyliorhinus tooth?

    Hello! Help, please, to ID. Is it Scyliorhinus? Height - 1 mm. Western Ukraine. Age - most probably Eocene. Thanks!
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