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  1. PaleoOrdo

    silurian octopuses?

    I found these two stones in two different places both of them from silur. Anyone can which kind of octopuses it is? Is the round thing a part of the octopus? One of them have visible crystals and which material it is made of? Aragonite? Martin
  2. Pickles

    Recent Findings in Venice, FL

    IMG_0290.HEICHello! I recently went to Venice Beach, and I was hoping to ID my findings. One of which seems to be a large tooth without enamel, but I’m not completely sure. Let me know your thoughts on my haul! IMG_0291.HEIC IMG_0292.HEIC
  3. 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
  4. I found this super useful resource lately and thought you guys would enjoy: https://geologyportal.dnr.wa.gov/ It's an interactive geologic map of Washington state, it records multiple fossil beds and formations as well as old quarries and mines. It may take a little bit of research if you're unfamiliar, but it's an invaluable resource if you're searching for a new spot. Remember to stay safe and avoid trespassing
  5. 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!
  6. garyc

    Waccamaw River

    I’m going to be in Myrtle Beach this summer and would like to scuba dive in the Waccamaw River. Does anyone have information about this? I’m especially interested in a charter or going with an experienced group. Thanks!
  7. I have only this pic to answer challenge. "What is these teeth" teeth pics from thailand museum. Hint from museum is "Slime prey" I don't know some teeth but i think 1.Siamosaurus suteethorni (Thailand 's spinosauridae) 2.? I think Enchodus teeth 3.Crocodile teeth 4.Tiger teeth? 5.Dolphin teeth Please help thank you
  8. 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
  9. Thefossildude

    Fossil Coast fossils Question

    Hi Has anyone recently hunted Velano or Ponte Vedra beaches near st Augustine Florida? What is being found? How does it compare to Venice Florida? I read there was a recent replenishment and if so, did this impact fossil hunting? Also, anyone know what the parking is like there for off beach? Is there ample parking?
  10. So I was wondering what's the best position to display all my fossils so before I buy the equipment to display my fossils I just wanted to see your designs at displaying them
  11. Found123

    Fossils from Colorado

    Hi there, We recently moved to the Colorado Front Range from Michigan. We’re used to hunting for petoskey stones on the Great Lakes. Here are some of our new CO finds and we’d really appreciate any information! thank you so much! We are so excited for this new land to experience.
  12. It's been a rainy week in Texas and today is no exception....so I am spending the day working on a new thing.....a collection database! @erose Erich gave a great presentation at the last Paleontological Society of Austin zoom meeting on Fossil Collecting - what to do with your collection once you've collected it! I bought the Trilobase software (a download) and am having a great time organizing and entering my collection. It's quite a process....I keep rearranging how I want things represented! I've decided to go with date collected. It's made me be a bit more thorough in my info too, looki
  13. I am hoping to go to Crawfordsville IN this year, but I have heard that there are no places open to the public where you can hunt for fossils there, Is this true? and if so then I need some other ideas of where to go. PS. it doesn't really matter what kind of fossils are foound in the locations, but I do prefer trilobites, brachiopods, and criniods.
  14. Yesterday my youngest son Coleton came over to help me get ready for a fossil fish trip to Wyoming. That didn't take long so he decided to do some cleanup and orginizing in my garage, (small one). He was running into stuff I had long forgotten. He found not one but two Keichousaurs, one really big echinoid from Morocco, 2 slabs of crinoids from china, one needs prep, a bunch of rather nice fossil leafs, a box with about 300 small ammonits from Morocco and some other stuff that escapes the mind. One thing he also found was a box marked, 'A-Grade Fish'. Once I took a gander at what was ins
  15. I found a few what I believe are corals on along the Atlantic Ocean in Connacht, Ireland. I would appreciate any identification as I am new to collecting fossils, thank you.
  16. 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.
  17. Daniel Fischer

    Interesting mineral that may be a fossil

    A few days ago I found this rock in northern Israel. At first I saw the part you see in the first picture but then I saw an interesting mineral in it, so I used the advanced tool of another rock to open a part of the rock and I found that the black mineral in it has an interesting shape. So i would love to hear any idea about this rock, are there fossils in there? What kind of rock is it?
  18. PetrosTrilobite

    Post your latest personal find

    All collectors love to find fossils. In this topic, you can post your latest personal find. I have buy the 95% of my fossils and in Greece you can't find any rare fossil. But I go to a Pliocene formation in Rafina/Pikermi (nearly Athens) and I find bivalves and barnacles. The large barnacle on the photo is my best personal find and I found it just today. Post your latest personal find!
  19. Alright am not the luckiest man on finding fossils for sale because most of them were fake so am really hoping that this spinosaurus toe claw is real
  20. KompsFossilsNMinerals

    Fossil Hunting in New York

    Hi everyone, recently I took a trip out to upstate New York in search for eurypterid and trilobite fossils. The first spot I took a look at was in Herkimer, where lots of Eurypterids and Stromatolites can be found. Whilst there, I made my best fossil find to date. A partial Eurypterid! After this spectacular find, I made my way up to Utica to check out a spot that I had found multiple Triarthrus beckii heads and pieces, along with a ton of marcasite-diseased cephalopods. Unfortunately when I reached the spot it was completely flooded with water. Oh well...
  21. patrick plesiosaurus

    old red sandstone fossils

    Are these just bivalves. is the old red sandstone not quite a high energy environment with big clasts for preserving fossils. Orroland member Dumfriesshire southern Scotland.
  22. Idelond

    Heart shaped fossils

    Hey y'all... I found this in Peace River, Florida... What fossil are these???
  23. Hi guys me again, Anyone knows of a turtle with spikes on the Miocene of Florida? Regards, Alex
  24. Hey y'all.... One more piece from Peace River, Florida... Can't find anything on books. Thank you all for your time.
  25. 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!
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