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  1. ijustpicit

    Gold Spondylus?

    I picked this little shell from the bottom of a tribolite fossil. It appears to have a layer of gold in or on it. It doesn't look like pyrite. But I'm no expert.... Any help would be great. Please excuse the photos...this speciman is very small. I took the pics on top of a penny.
  2. pendrak

    Found Under the Bridge to ID

    Hi Guys- I spent hundreds of hours with my kids at all of the cool places looking for fossils, arrowheads, rocks, bugs, snakes, and whatever. This is one of those under the bridge finds that I have not been able to ID. This was found under the bridge in south Tarrant County, TX. Any ID info appreciated-
  3. Hello everyone! I recently won a "rolling auction" lot that was put up by @digit. Ken sent me a very heavy box that contained the fossils that I won, as well as some additional specimens. This afternoon, while my son was napping, I tried to identify the molluscs that were collected by Ken at Cookiecutter Creek in Florida. What follows are pictures of the specimens that Ken sent me, as well as my guesses regarding their identity (fyi - I searched the online image gallery of the Florida Museum/University of Florida website in order to come up with my guesses). I appreciate any in
  4. Archaeopteris

    Trip to Saltburn

    Took a family trip to Saltburn yesterday, just up from where we normally go (Redcar) and made some discoveries, one of which looks like a nautiloid. I made a video of that last one, the possible nautiloid:
  5. FranzBernhard

    Weitendorf, Styria, Austria

    Hello, Not really a "hunting trip", just a quick look around, because the somewhat "famous" Miocene locality Weitendorf, Styria, Austria is a natural monument and collecting is strictly forbidden. However, not everybody minds this... There is a large, recent dig near the new access ramp. Situation on the photos is as found at 15. April 2017. Lots of broken fossils are lying around. Best regards Franz Bernhard
  6. In another thread I recently presented a bivalve which I had found whose shell is excellently preserved. All the positive comments prompted me to write a little side note on calcitic and aragonitic preservation of shells. In the course of writing this however, I realized how little I actually know about the subject. Here's what I wrote: "Apparently almost all molluscs originally developed aragonitic shells, which, although less stable than calcite, provided better protection from predators since it is harder. Some combine both polymorphs with aragonite inside and calcite outside, since it
  7. doushantuo

    seeing right thru ya

    all i can say is,enjoy: xtc
  8. doushantuo

    Cretaceous of the USA

    Cretaceous fossils of Texas seen through the eyes of one of the great names in palaeontology. In german,but most of you would just want to gawk at the plates,i suppose https://archive.org/details/diekreidebildung00roem
  9. While on vacation in Costa Rica in 2009, I spotted some fossil shells in situ and am hoping someone might know their age or formation. The site is called Playa Limoncito, on the Pacific coast of Puntarenas province a couple of miles south of Tarcoles. The tour guide was aware of the fossiliferous rocks along the beach, but he didn't know how old they were. The exact species are probably unidentifiable from the cross-sections, but I am hoping that someone might know what geological formation is exposed or the approximate age.
  10. I've googled and googled but can't find a definitive family tree for ammoniods/cephalopods &c. I'm looking for relationships between ammonites, nautiloids, belemnites, turrilites etc. Does that make sense? Thanks J
  11. Herb

    Bellerophon graphicus

    From the album: Gastropods through the Ages

    Pennsylvanian, Magoffin Member. of Breathitt Formation. Hazard, Kentucky, USA
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