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  1. Gen. et sp. indet.

    epibiont ID

    From a Callovian - Oxfordian site, rich in epibionts, e.g. serpulids. I don't recognize this one, do you?
  2. Gen. et sp. indet.

    ammonite ID

    Can you ID this Callovian-Oxfordian ammonite from southern Poland? I was thinking maybe Trimarginites, but I'm not sure.
  3. Gen. et sp. indet.

    mollusc or sponge

    Campanian, southern Poland, strata rich in sponges and echinoids
  4. Gen. et sp. indet.

    is it a brach

    Callovian. Southern Poland. Strata rich in ammonites, bivalves and brachiopods. Is it some kind of a brach or sth else?
  5. Gen. et sp. indet.

    a bone

    I found this is southern Poland today. I suppose it is a recent or sub-fossil bone (Pleistocene-Holocene) of a mammal. I'm guessing a proximal tibia of Bovinae. Can you confirm/detail/correct?
  6. Napoleon North

    Calamites?

    Hi This is calamites?
  7. Napoleon North

    Amber?

    Hi This is amber ? Location: Górka Pychowicka,Kraków, Southern Poland Age: Eocene?
  8. Napoleon North

    Fossil bone in cave?

    Hi This is fossil bone? Location: Twardowski Cave ,Kraków , Southern Poland Age:?
  9. Napoleon North

    Jurassic aptychus ammonite and trace

    Hi Is it aptychus amonite? Whats is trace it? Location: Jasna Cave , Kraków ,Southern Poland Age: Jurassic ,Oxfordian
  10. Napoleon North

    big mammal bone

    Hi Whats is mammal bone it?
  11. Napoleon North

    Bone

    Hi Whats is bone it?
  12. Napoleon North

    Tooth

    Hi Whats is tooth it? Location: Uroczysko Górka Pychowicka ,Kraków , Southern Poland
  13. Napoleon North

    mosasaurus tooth piece?

    Hi This is mosasaurus piece tooth? Age: Cretaceous Location: Górka Pychowicka , Kraków , Southern Poland
  14. Napoleon North

    tooth / bone piece?

    Hi This is bone or tooth piece? Age:Cretacoeus Location: Górka Pychowicka , Kraków , Southern Poland
  15. Napoleon North

    Mosasaurus tooth piece ?

    Hi Whats is tooth it?
  16. Napoleon North

    Miocene clam?

    Hi Whats is clam it ? Age:Miocene? Location: Kraków , Southern Poland
  17. Gen. et sp. indet.

    some unknown

    Jurassic, flint, Kraków region, Poland, coin size=15,50mm crinoid skeletal elements?
  18. Napoleon North

    Pig or bear tooth?

    Hi This is pig or bear tooth?
  19. Gen. et sp. indet.

    trilo or cephalo

    Found in Poland, not in situ. Age unknown but possibly Palaeozoic.
  20. Gen. et sp. indet.

    Cretaceous unknown

    This is a Late Cretaceous limestone from Poland. It contains a greenish glauconitic blob, on which - in one place - ornamentation is visible in a form of ribs, apparently meeting distally in pairs to form a V shape. First thoughts: poorly preserved inoceramid or ammonoid, Rhizocorallium-type burrow... Or... is it something more interesting??? Ideas!
  21. Napoleon North

    Jellyfish fossil?

    Hi This is jellyfish fossil? Age: Cretaceous , Campanian Location: Southern Poland
  22. Napoleon North

    Cretaceous plant fossil?

    Hi This is plant? Age: Cretaceous ,Campanian Location: near Skałki Twardowskiego, Kraków ,Southern Poland
  23. Napoleon North

    Cretaceous fish fragment?

    Hi This is fish fragment fossil? Location: Górka Pychowicka, Kraków, Southern Poland Age: Campanian?
  24. Napoleon North

    Shell

    Hi Whats is shell it? Location: Częstochowa , sand, Southern Poland Age:?
  25. Napoleon North

    Whats is it?

    Hi Whats is it? Drawn from the wall of the cave.
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