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  1. theonlymogly

    Part of Bone Found in Dry Creek Bed

    Alright guys, I'm new here. This is my first post. But I went to go back to a place i used to go swimming when I was younger and on the walk down the creek to get there, I found this bone fragment. Odd thing is the dry bed was flowing this time which I have never seen other than one other time. I didnt think much of it as I found these all the time. I put it on my pocket, got some cool pictures and left. I came home and did a little digging and i cant figure out what its from. It feels like porcelain or china-ware full of air. So I'm assuming it is fossilized. It was found is Lisbon, Ohio. But
  2. CBchiefski

    Advanced Dinosaur Egg Guide

    The Advanced Dinosaur Egg Guide Please share this with those who have egg questions. When possible, technical terms were avoided or defined. Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, but it is always important to do your own research. This guide is merely a snapshot of information taken from many scientific publications. I am not an expert on eggs, rather I just love sharing what little I have learned over the years, what science has learned over the years. For an overview on how to spot a fossilized dinosaur egg and the sizes of eggs, see the basic guide:
  3. buffs5

    Fossil Bone Fragment ID

    I wanted to see if anyone could tell me what animal this bone may have come from. Probably a shot in the dark for a bone fragment but I thought I'd try anyways. I found this on the shore of a reservoir in Westminster, Colorado which is a suburb of Denver. I've also found petrified wood in the same area. Let me know if any other info would be helpful for an id. Thanks.
  4. Kurufossils

    Large NJ Cretaceous Bone

    Found this thick bone piece in a new jersey cretaceous creek and wonder if its possible to maybe id since one side has a distinct rough texture while the other is flatter and striated, I would guess either large turtle, mosasaur, or dinosaur. My friend joked its a theropod maxilary skull fragment, but we all know around here that material seems close to impossible to come across haha. Interested to hear any other thoughts.
  5. MacHoffman22

    Fossilized Bone Fragment? ID Help

    My friend actually found this specimen off of the Big Sioux River at our normal spot out in Iowa. He put it in the center console of my car and I didn't realize how old it appeared to be until it broke in half. Any ideas as to what this may have come from?
  6. The Basic Dinosaur Egg Guide Many people often mistake a concretion for an egg, to help clarify what is a concretion, and what is a real egg, here is a guide. A quick overview with examples: How to spot a concretion: How are they different from eggs? A concretion is a rather common rock made of tightly compressed minerals. Typically, concretions are a smooth sphere or oval with little to no surface texture or just a few bumps. Often nearly a perfect sphere, sometimes more of an oval. In a concretion, there
  7. Location is in Missouri The area is dated to the Pennsylvanian most likely Raytown, Wyandotte Limestone I have found a few Prehistoric fish teeth in the area such as Orodus, Acrodus, Petalodus and some of their fragments. I believe the right sided one could be a Petalodus but I was not sure since I have not found a black tooth in the area besides this fragment. As for the left, I have no idea but I did note it had beautiful dimples along its surface. While they may be broken I hope that they can provide enough detail for identification!
  8. Robert01

    Possibly European bone fragment

    Almost a month ago, trying to fight the boredom, I started to sort all the things that inevitably gathered in my basement. In an old box full of things donated by my granparents I found what i think are 2 fragments of bone, I don't know if fossilized or not. I've already called them but they don't rebember exactly how and where they acquired the finds. The only thing they say is that it was a gift from a friend they've encountered during a trip in central / southern europe. I know in the past they visited (apart from other localities in France) Romania, Italy and Austria. Describin
  9. Hi! I received a gift from a private collection. It "seems" appendices of an Amplectobelua from ChengJiang. Do you think fake? Thanks.
  10. Opabinia Blues

    Potential bone fragment (?) fossil ID.

    Hello, everyone! Welcome to my first post! After lurking for a while I’ve finally created an account because I have what I think is a fossil but I’m unsure of the ID. i bought this particular specimen from a rock shop in South Dakota, USA about five years ago. The guy who sold it to me said it was a section of mastodon bone, but obviously I don’t fully trust what comes from a guy at a rock shop. I am about 95% confident this is actually a chunk of fossilized bone, however, as it’s weighty, passes the lick test, and the internal spongy structure of bone is visible on eit
  11. KingSepron

    What ammonite is this?

    Location unknown. Can’t give much info.
  12. Brondonh

    Umm, it looks cool

    I have my guesses but it's pointless to say being that I'm putting it up here for you all to help me out figure what it is. Found around a lot of shell marine life bones whale Manatee dolphin also found petrified wood and coral pieces. From Venice, Florida let me know what you think thank you very much
  13. Found this piece while walking on a newly excavated (6-8 inches deep) plains path about 30 miles southeast of Boulder, Colorado. I'm new to the area and trying to ramp-up on the geology and fossils with limited background knowledge but much time being retired. Overwhelming and fascinating! Several hikes to Dinosaur Ridge and Dr. Bakker's museum in Morrison. To my untrained eye it looks like a rib or similar flat bone piece. The dark interior color and texture seem somewhat "different" (?).
  14. PointyKnight

    Hadrosaurid teeth ID

    Hey everyone, I recently came across these two teeth online. They're both pretty worn down and might no longer possess the features necessary for a more detailed ID, but I'd appreciate your help in confirming that these are actually Hadrosaurid teeth. [images attached are the seller's] Tooth 1 comes from the Judith River Formation of Montana; measuring roughly 9mm [not specified in which direction; I assume depth].  Tooth 2 comes from parts of the Aguja Formation in Western Texas; measuring approximately 13x11mm [not specified along
  15. Still_human

    Spinosaur jaw section?

    Does this look like a spinosaurus jaw section? The tooth looks legit from what I can see, but the jaw bone looks strange for an apparent Kem Kem fossil. Is that trench along the tooth line, in the top view, a spino feature?
  16. dinosaur man

    Possible theropod jaw fragment?

    Hi is this a Theropod jaw fragment from the belly river group Canada?
  17. Maxalodon

    Possible Megalodon Chunk?

    Hi! I’m an amateur fossil hunter from the southern coast of GA. While on a dredged Island, I encountered a fragment of something. I believe this could be a carchorodon megalodon tooth fragment because of it’s smooth “enamel”, sandy texture, and thinkness. Dozens of megalodon teeth have been found in this area. Thoughts? This would help a lot!
  18. FrostbyteFossils

    Bone from Holland. Mammoth?

    This bone fragment was sold as mammoth bone from holland. Is it actually mammoth or was that just a guess?
  19. UncoilingGLaDOS

    Very Small Jawbones w/ Teeth(?)

    I found these mystery jawbone fragments in Post Oak Creek near Sherman, Texas. I was wondering if I anyone could help me identify them. If closer shots of the teeth would help, or you need another angle don't hesitate to ask! edit: longer fragment is about 8mm long I'm used to only finding unidentifiable bone fragments out there so these were a neat little surprise! (in fact i only picked up one knowingly, the other I must have thought was a tooth when I picked it up. I only noticed it after coming home to rinse stuff off haha)
  20. keldeo072

    Fragments of Isotelus?

    Hey guys I am curious if any of these are trilobite fragments. They are all very small and thin. Found in Ordovician rocks in Cincinnati. A piece was broken off because of too much water pressure so I outlined what it was like before. It is more brown colored. This piece is a pit more brown colored.
  21. Still_human

    Skull bone structure?

    I can't find any pictures of dino skull bone structure. Does anyone have any, or know where to find any cross sections, or pictures of skull fragments where you can see the internal structure? Preferably the forehead/top
  22. Still_human

    Triceratops frill fragment

    From the album: Dinosaurs & flying reptiles

    Fragment of a triceratops frill. Blood vessel channels and holes easily visible. Sadly this is an early fossil of mine, and until fairly recently I did not record any information, I just kept if it was sent along with the fossil.
  23. Still_human

    Leedsichthys Problematicus

    From the album: Sharks and fish

    Small section of a fin ray from a Leedsychthys Problematicus tail. About 2" Lower Ox. Clay, Callovian middle Jurassic. 160 mya Hampton Lakes Peterborough, Cambs, UK
  24. BuddingPaleo

    Junk bit?

    This fell out of a powdery clump around a shell. (after flood=gooey crumbly mess) I feel like it's probably broken bits of shell, because they look situated on a shell fragment. The way they're lined up, however, looks weird. (As so much does! Lol) So basically, I'm not sure if I should toss it, or if it might be teeth? Really, really hard to get a closeup of the detail. There are three (I think), they're shaped kinda like teeth...the one that's exposed the most has a groove down one side, I can't really see the other side of it. Sw Fl.
  25. subsonicdrone

    found this interesting coral fragment

    this little piece is about an inch long. top shelf in my mind the outside looking like oolitic agate each end has nice tiny quartz crystals
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