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  1. Hello, hope every one is having a great day. Found this metal detecting and read that a fossil can eventually become metal? I have no clue? Thanks for your help.
  2. Hi There, I was able to get out to one of my usual spots to split shale in search of Carboniferous plants. I came across this small, odd imprint. It doesn't look like any Carboniferous plant species I've come across and the venation looks more like that of an insect wing than a plant. That said, insect remnants haven't been found at this locality, but a very rare, very old insect was found nearby. Does anyone have a clue as to what this is? Is it oddly arranged plant pieces, or something else? Thanks! Location: North Attleborough, Massachusetts Formation: Rhode Isl
  3. spinoking27

    Fossils in MA I discovered

    these are the fossils i discovered over at a sight in north Attleboro wanting to follow in the footsteps of a group of tuft university students who discovered a mayfly a few years ago this is the actual fossils i found. hoping I find a new species in rhode island just waiting to be discovered if that's possible today I still find them there and donate them at the natural history museum and planetarium in Providence RI sometimes you can see me carry a bag full of fossils i found
  4. I found this little fern at the North Attleboro fossil site, and I cannot seem to put an ID on it. The leaves seem to be confluent, so i’m thinking maybe a juvenile Alethopteris or some other Pteridospermatophyte
  5. Hi There - I was on a walk along the rocky beaches at Deer Island in Winthrop, Massachusetts earlier today. I came across this odd looking rock. Does anyone have any idea what I’m looking at? Is this indeed a rock, or could it be a fossilized chunk of something? Thanks for taking a look. Cheers!
  6. paleo.nath

    Hoppin Hill MA

    Hello, i’ve just recently found out about the possible trilobites that can be found near Hoppin Hill Massachusetts, does anybody have any information on where exactly these are and if they are available to the public?
  7. Slappy1122

    Is this a tooth?

    Hello, I found the attached while digging for a retaining wall on my property. Does anyone know if this is some sort of fossil? I live just south of Boston MA close to the water. Thanks.
  8. JessStec

    10.5 in fossil

    Hi, my name is Jess, I am from a city in Massachusetts where we are lucky enough to have commercial fishermen go out and bring back some of the best seafood. I dated a fishermen for a bit and I could of cared less about money, I always wanted the sand dollars and sea glass and for such a horrible relationship I was at least able to make it out alive with what we thought to be possibly a saber tooth tigers? I appreciate any feedback. Thank you ! Jessie
  9. planning a trip for the weekend to Cape Ann, Massachusetts (Gloucester-Rockport). I understand that fossil shark teeth are not going to be found how about modern shark teeth? or anything else interesting? (Other than the world's best fried clams) ps. 2 weeks later a weekend in Cape Cod which according to previous posts on TFF is also devoid of fossil shark teeth
  10. paleo.nath

    Carboniferous fossil ID

    I have this fossil here which at first glance I perceived to be some kind of seed, however I’m not sure. These are both from the same individual, just the positive and negative sides. It is just shy of half an inch long. It was found in the North Attleboro section of the Rhode Island formation
  11. butchndad

    Modern teeth from Cape Cod

    Hello folks. I’m in Cape Cod on vacation and although I know I won’t find any fossil shark teeth here I HAVE to collect something so I walking the beach picking up rocks and shells and hoping for shark teeth or some marine bone. I did find these teeth on the beach and hoping that someone (Harry ?) can identify them. Don’t have a ruler but 2-3 inches long. Thank you all
  12. Hello, usually I do all of my fossil hunting around Cory’s lane and other parts of that Formation, but I was wondering if there are any fossil sites near or around North Western Rhode Island.
  13. paleo.nath

    Any idea what this is?

    Any idea what this plant fossil is? It was found in North Attleboro as part of the Rhode Island formation. It’s pennsylvanian in age and just shy of an inch and a half.
  14. paleo.nath

    Any idea what this is?

    This fossil was found in north attleboro, part of the Rhode Island formation and the largest one is 6 inches in length.
  15. Tony Zhang

    Found in Massachusetts beach

    Found this on Massachusetts beach, what is this?
  16. A couple days ago I spent the day at the Gay Head Cliffs at Martha’s Vineyard. This beach is famous for its vibrantly colored clay cliffs. I did not fossil hunt in the cliffs themselves because as far as I’m concerned it’s a federal offense to even touch the cliffs, but I did find a couple of clams lying along the surf that had eroded out of the cliffs. They’re pretty neat because they’re the first Miocene fossils I’ve ever found. I was hoping to find shark teeth because I had heard they could be found there but at least I found some fossils.
  17. I found this rock at my lake house in Chesterfield, MA. Not sure exactly what it is, but it definitely does not look like just a rock to me. Any help identifying it would be much appreciated! Thanks
  18. I found a few of these fossils the other day and cant figure out what it is. Let me know your thoughts. The triangle is flat and you can see corners poking out when looked at from different angles.
  19. I found this fossil along with others, looking for id! Id love to learn more about it
  20. jjteix3850

    More Massachusetts Fossils

    I found these two today, looking for identification
  21. Just wanted to share the newest addition to my collection. An anchisauripus dinosaur track fossil, collected legally in Massachusetts.
  22. I am having trouble posting photo, but will get in shortly.
  23. Bguild

    Calamites

    From the album: Massachusetts Fossils

    Calamites sp. Found in 2018 in North Attleborough, Massachusetts.
  24. Bguild

    Neuropteris Hash Plate

    From the album: Massachusetts Fossils

    Various Neuropteris sp. Found in 2018 in North Attleborough, Massachusetts.
  25. FossilBrian

    What fossil is this?

    I found this while fishing on the beach if a cove in Massachusetts. It was below a huge rock cliff. Other fossils have been found in the same cove. I don't know what kind of rock the cliff is but this was certainly way different.
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