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  1. Daniel1990

    Stone tool ?

    Hi What's is it ? Found: Babimost, Western Poland Best wishes Daniel
  2. bockryan

    Brachiopoda

    From the album: Fossil Collection: DC Area and Beyond

    Brachiopoda Miedziana Góra, Poland Kowala Formation Middle Devonian
  3. Daniel1990

    Slate

    What is this? On both sides of this slate. Such waves... I found this slate in the garden in front of the kindergarten.
  4. ntloux

    Senftenbergia plumosa

    From the album: Pennsylvanian seed fern fossils

    This Pennsylvanian specimen is from the Upper Silesia in Poland.
  5. ntloux

    Eusphenopteris obtusiloba Brongniart

    From the album: Pennsylvanian seed fern fossils

    This specimen is from the mid Pennsylvanian (~310 MYA) in the Westphalian B, Upper Silesia, Poland
  6. Daniel1990

    Bird bone?

    Hi Is that a bird bone? If so, which one? Best wishes Daniel
  7. Daniel1990

    Ichnofossil or stone?

    Hi Is this ichnofossil? Found: Western Poland, Babimost Best wishes
  8. I am fortunate enough to have such a huge amount of Middle Devonian Givetian material that I thought it best to put the older Middle Devonian stage, the Eifelian, in its own thread. There are some spectacular fossils here as well though! I thought a good place to start would be in the Formosa Reef, which I believe is quite early Eifelian. This tabulate coral and stromatoporoid reef continues similar complexes found from the Middle Silurian, see my: https://www.thefossilforum.com/topic/84678-adams-silurian/page/3/ thread from page three onwards for details. All these Formosa Reef specimens come from a delightful gift from my good friend @Monica who is a tad busy with life at the moment but is fine and still thinking of the forum. This outcrop can be found on Route 12 near Formosa/Amherstburg, Bruce County, Ontario, Canada. This beautiful-looking specimen came to me with only a third of it revealed but I managed to get it this far after nine days of painful pin prepping. Monica found another one and posted it for ID here: https://www.thefossilforum.com/topic/105528-weird-circular-imprints-formosa-reef-lower-devonian/#comment-1172285 The specimen was identified by another Canny Canadian @Kane to be the little stromatoporoid sponge Syringostroma cylindricum. Hardly a reef-builder, but gorgeous nonetheless. It does have a little thickness to it, but not much. Beautiful! Pretty thin, actually. I love this Monica, thank you!
  9. A break from the usual dinosaurs, I am quite interested in this as it is an oddity. It is apparently a cro-magnon femur. From the site of a gravel pit along the former San River in Poland. I am waiting to hear the measurements from seller, but my questions are thus A - Is it actually real B - Is it actually legal Like, selling/buying a bone from a cro-magnon/early human seems like something that shouldn't be legal. Seller is in Europe, would I have any issues exporting it to the UK?
  10. Daniel1990

    Bone

    Hi What animal is this a bone? And can it be at least 100 years old? It comes from Babimost. Lubelskie Western Poland
  11. Daniel1990

    Mammal jaw

    Hi What animal is this piece of the lower jaw from? Maybe 100-200 years old? Best wishes Daniel Found:Babimost, Zachodnia, Polska
  12. Daniel1990

    Ripplemarki or footprint?

    Hi This is ripplemarks or trace? Best wishes Daniel Found: Western Poland,Babimost
  13. Daniel1990

    Bone mammal

    Hello What kind of mammal (if possible) is this bone head? Maybe it's medieval, for example? Thank you and best regards Daniel
  14. Daniel1990

    Dendrites on limestone

    Hi Dendrites? Best wishes Daniel
  15. Daniel1990

    Ichnofossil or stone?

    Hi Is this ichnofossil or stone? Best wishes Daniel
  16. oilshale

    Trachinus minutus (Jonet, 1958)

    From the album: Vertebrates

    Trachinus minutus (Jonet, 1958) Early Oligocene Rupelian Jamna Dolna Poland
  17. wowo

    ? Miocene mammal tooth

    Hello Everyone, we are looking for help in identifying a fossilized tooth that was found in deposits dated back to the miocen-badenian age in Poland, Europe. That site is knows from Gigantopecten mussels fossils and Carcharias, Galeocerdo, Diplodus fish teeth but such tooth has never been found there before. Thank you for any identification ideas.
  18. Tidgy's Dad

    Adam's Late / Upper Silurian

    The thread http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/84678-adams-silurian/ was getting rather enormous, so I have decided to leave that one to deal with the Llandovery and Wenlock and put my specimens from the Late / Upper Silurian here, though I don't have a great deal of material from the Ludlow and Pridoli yet. However, I do still have some jolly nice specimens to show off here. Here are my other collection threads for the Cambrian and Ordovician ; http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/78887-adams-cambrian/&tab=comments#comment-832018 and : http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/78974-adams-ordovician/&tab=comments#comment-832912 In the mid 1980's, on the way home from one of my annual visits to the Hay-on-Wye second-hand bookshops, I managed to persuade my girlfriend at the time to take a bit of a detour and stop off at a roadcuttting just outside Aymestrey,, Herefordshire in the Welsh Borderlands. The rock here is the Aymestry (sic) Limestone Formation, part of the Upper Bringewood Beds and is Gorstian, Lower Ludlow in age, so about 426 mya and a little younger than the Much Wenlock Shale Formation. Many species of coral, trilobites and brachiopods found in the formation are the same as those found at Dudley, but the bed is noted for its massive numbers of the brachiopod Kirkidium knighti (was K. knightii),a lovely, large pentamerid. In fact, during my hour or so searching, I found almost nothing but this species, the only exception being a couple of Atrypa reticularis. The problem was that this limestone is thick and seriously hard, even the broken bits are generally huge, but I managed to obtain half a dozen reasonable specimens and about the same number of fragments. Over the years I have traded, given away or sold them, so that now I only have the best one left. Here is Kirkidium knighti : It's a shame the tip of the beak is broken off : I make index cards for all my fossils, this is the one I made for the specimens at the time, back in the mid 1980's : And today's version : There was a minor extinction between the Wenlock and the Ludlow, known as the Mulde event and it is often said to have primarily effected graptolites and conodonts, but it seems to me it had a massive impact on the bryozoan faunas of the time too. Gone are the varied stony stick and mound trepostomes that made up such an integral part of many faunas from the Middle Ordovician through to the Middle Silurian and even cystoporid groups such as the Constellariidae became extinct at this time. Trepostomes and cystoporids did survive until the end of the Triassic, but were never as important again, the bryozoan faunas would start to become dominated by fenestrids in the Devonian, though they reached their peak of diversity and distribution in the Carboniferous. I will look closely at my limited number of rocks, but I don't think I have a single Late Silurian bryozoan. I know our friend @Mainefossils studies the Late Silurian Leighton Formation in microscopic detail, but I can't recall him posting any bryozoans. Are there any, Asher, old chap? Interesting.
  19. Zofia

    Can't find the fossil id

    Hi, today on a everyday walk with a dog in the forest (in Poland, near Germany) I found half of a stone. There was weird oval thing inside, so I took it home to see if there's some fossil inside. I opened the stone and I found out that theres something inside. It's smal, ~10 mm, but I have only half of it. Does anyone have any ideas?
  20. Hi All, I will be grateful for identification of late cretaceous (probably Maastrichtian) shark teeth found in Nasiłów, Poland. I know that some of the roots are missing and genus may be hard to identify but just the family will be enough in such cases. Thank you!
  21. Hello. Please let me know if you think this specimen is genuine. It supposedly comes from the Kowala Formation of the Holy Cross Mountains of Poland. It is Devonian. and the entire plate measures 16.51 by 13.72 cm. Thanks for the help.
  22. I acquired a ?juvenile gomphothere jaw supposedly from a coal mine in Poland. I wondered if anyone would be able to identify the associated fossils in the coal deposits. I assume they won't be identifiable due to the incompleteness and lack of site information but I hope to be surprised. There's numerous subcentimeter gastropod shells and there's several linear leaf impressions on the back.
  23. Daniel1990

    Medieval bone?

    Hi What animal is this a bone? Could it be medieval? Thank you in advance for your help and best regards.
  24. Daniel1990

    Muschelkalk coprolite?

    Hi It is coprolite? Found: Muschelkalk,Poland,Trias Thank you and best wishes
  25. Daniel1990

    Cretaceous bone or tooth piece?

    Hi Is this bone or tooth piece? Found: Skałki Twardowskiego, Krakow,Poland Age: Cretaceous
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