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  1. Jilly

    Mulbring quarry

    Hi I'm a mum with a 7 year old boy getting very interested in fossils. I've seen all the old posts about Mulbring Quarry and I'd love to take him there. Could someone please point me in the right direction re how to get the contact details for the owners? I understand they've been good in the past about letting people in for a look around. Thanks!
  2. oilshale

    Agathis jurassica White, 1981

    One of the common coniferous plant fossils found at the Talbragar site is Agathis jurassica. The genus Agathis is extant, representing a small group of some 21 species mainly distributed in Australasia, belonging to the same family (Araucariaceae) as Wollemia. Together with a fishtail. Key references: White. M.E., 1981a. Fish beds reveal lush fossil forest. Australian Natural History 20 (7), 227-230. White. M.E., 1981b. Revision of the Talbragar Fish Bed Flora (Jurassic) of New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 33 (15), 695-721. Woodward,
  3. Lulu88

    What is this?!

    Hey guys and girls. I’m so sorry if this is a common thing, I don’t hit the beaches often. but I just couldn’t wrap my head around what this is. first I assumed coral, then thought maybe the inner part of a sea snail shell? sorry for sounding silly. Just curious and it’s late and this seems to be the only thing I can focus on, hahaha
  4. Hello, I might be going on a week long trip to Lismore, NSW soon. Are there any fossil sites/places to look within an hour (any direction) from Lismore?
  5. This appears to be a fossilised mushroom. Seems unlikely, I know, but precedents have been found recently. It could be mushroom coral... I don't have a good camera phone, so I asked someone else to take the photos, I wasn't able to insist on following the forum rules for Id photos. Apologies. Found while digging in the garden. It was already broken. Australia, NSW, Eastern Tablelands.
  6. Foozil

    Diprotodon optatum

    A partial incisor I acquired. The only information included was the general area in which it was found - Glen Innes.
  7. Just got back from a trip to Forbes, NSW a couple of days ago. Found some great stuff! But after that we checked out a site mentioned very vaguely in an old paper and were pretty successful! The site which is located near Parkes, NSW has Late Ordovician trilobites and other fauna. From what I can gather most of the species from the site are undescribed(?). Anyway, here are a few of my finds, maybe @piranha could help out with some ID's. Oh and I haven't finished prepping these specimens, but I'll post them when I have, although it may be a while since my airscribe has decided to bre
  8. Foozil

    Thylacoleo carnifex

    Heres one of my favourite finds of last year; a Thylacoleo carnifex premolar. The tooth measures about 4cm long by 3cm wide and is pretty worn, but I love its colours! Found near Tambar Springs NSW
  9. FrostbyteFossils

    Found in Mulbring, NSW. Possible trilobite?

    I found this small fossil that appears to be a small partial trilobite. Can anyone confirm? Also, i apologize the pictures are so bad. Its so small and flat my camera can't cope.
  10. So I live in the Newcastle area. I got this map that states that Coonabarabran contains jurassic rock. I can't figure out how accurate this is. So I suppose my question is: does anyone know if this is true and if not, where is the closest place to Newcastle, NSW that contains possible dinosaur or bone material to find?
  11. DanKurek

    Dendritic graptolite

    G'day everyone! I have recently returned from a trip to NSW where I did a bit of collecting in exposures from the Gunningbland Formation (450 Million Years Old). I found this fossil on the last day of the trip and at first thought it was a bryozoa. Though, after a bit of observing and some comments from members of the forum, I believe this could be a dendritic graptolite? Graptolites have been recorded from the formation but I have not found any information on dendritic graptolites from Gunningbland. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks, Dan
  12. FrostbyteFossils

    Found in lake macquarie area. Fossil?

    Found this in the lake macquarie area. I know its a long shot but is this a fossil or just a concretion or something else geological? P.s. just ask for more pics. I can only upload one due to limitations.
  13. Foozil

    Fish Tooth?

    Was up at Lake St. Clair, NSW looking for late(?) Carboniferous marine fossils and came across this thing. I am thinking that its a fish tooth but not too sure as no vertebrate material has been reported from the site to my knowledge. Please let me know if clearer photos are needed This specimen is aprox. 7 mm long Thanks,
  14. Foozil

    Eastonillaenus goonumblaensis

    https://www.researchgate.net/publication/236010425_Ordovician_trilobites_with_eastern_Gondwanan_affinities_from_central-west_New_South_Wales_and_Tasmania
  15. A few things from the Silurian (Llandovery) Cotton Formation near Forbes, NSW Australia. Most of these specimens are currently undescribed, but a paper will be released on them soon. One of my strophomenid brachiopods from the site will be in the paper, so I'll post it when it comes out, since they're a pain to photograph. The rare Aulacopleura pogsoni ....
  16. Foozil

    Aulacopleura pogsoni

    Paper describing A. pogsoni - https://www.researchgate.net/publication/236011643_Early_Silurian_Llandovery_trilobites_from_the_Cotton_Formation_near_Forbes_New_South_Wales_Australia
  17. FrostbyteFossils

    Mulbring fossil bryozoan?

    Is this a stem shaped bryozoan?
  18. Each organism is 5mm in diameter. What is this small cluster?
  19. FrostbyteFossils

    Australian fossil crinoid?

    This specimen was found amongst shells and bryozoans. I am assuming crinoid but my knowledge on them isnt that good. What are the small little worm looking things next to the stem?
  20. jedp03

    Coral fossils, Wee Jasper NSW.

    Hi Everyone, Found some fossils of what appear to be coral but would just like to get some clarification. Both pieces where found on the Murrumbidgee river near Wee Jasper, NSW. The first specimen has a piece of what I'm assuming is Horn coral but there is another impression next to it that looks like it might be something as well. It is round, 30mm in diameter and textured like a sponge. The second, I'm not really sure, but it may be coral? There are two roughly textured patterns, round, one bigger than the other. First one (smaller) is 35mm radius and sec
  21. Hi Everyone! I found this on the Murrumbidgee river near Wee Jasper NSW. Was found near other shell/mollusk fossils (pic also attached).
  22. FrostbyteFossils

    Shells from NSW

    These are some shells found from a town near Mulbring, NSW. If you go fossil hunting these are what to expect, along with literal bucket loads of bryozoans. Good luck Also if anyone can further identify, go ahead.
  23. This leaf was found in the same location as glossopteris leaves. Is this anything different?
  24. Does anyone know how/where to get permission into mulbring quarry, NSW and if possible any contact information?
  25. Foozil

    Dasyurus sp. (Quoll) left maxilla

    Could belong to either Dasyurus viverrinus (Eastern Quoll), D. maculatus (Tiger Quoll) or D. geoffroii (Western Quoll).
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