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  1. This bone was found in a pit, along with lots of other bones and various pieces. It looks like a steak with veins and tendons. Found in Central Louisiana. photos of other pieces to follow. Thank you for your help.
  2. Magenta_sun

    What is this? and why is it red?

    Hi there, I’m a complete newbie and am excited to have found a bone... but can anyone help me understand what it might be from and why it is red?
  3. Hello TFF, I purchased this relatively inexpensive specimen at Mineralfest this past fall, and I was wondering if anyone could tell me more about it. The seller informed me it could possibly be from Madagascar, but was transparent in admitting that she couldn't confirm for sure. It was with other pieces of petrified wood that were brown, but I was drawn to this one due to the red hues. I think it's agatized, and it looks "glassy," although there are too many impurities to shine a cell phone light through it. One side is polished, and I put water on the rougher backside to show mor
  4. Hi Everyone, I have several verts that are encased within the red matrix from NSR. Has anyone soaked that in a vinegar solution? If so, did it work? Did it hurt the fossils? If there is another way to remove it let me know. Planko
  5. I have as organizing and pre-prepping samples today with the intention of having a very paleo preparation holiday. If you a familiar with the storied Millard County rock hound book, it mentions a site between the Amphitheater and The Pass that is good for red slate dendrites. With a bit of research and a lucky wrong turn, I found the site. If I had gone left I would have ended up at a dead end on a very high cliff... Anyway, here’s the dendrites: What I didn’t notice until tonight: A surprise pyggie!
  6. Samurai

    Caseodus Tooth

    From the album: Chondrichthyan Teeth From The Pennsylvanian Period

    I believe this to be a Caseodus tooth but if this is the wrong, possible id's are welcomed!
  7. aps13034

    Why is this red

    I found this fossil in Ossineke Michigan in a field and I’m curious to know what it is and why it is red. It seems kind of like incomplete horn coral but the red color and texture of the red part is strange. Most of the fossils in our area are Devonian.
  8. Dustin TheWind

    I don’t have a clue. Fern? Snake?

    I was looking at shale pieces that had some cool shells sticking out. I thought I would break the best piece off instead of toting the whole slab to the truck. I went to knock a chunk off and this was exposed. I first saw the snakeskin looking part and then I saw the red. I never would’ve know it was there if I hadn’t broke it. Can anyone tell me what it is and can it be saved? I think I managed to find the majority of the small bits. For reference it is only about 1.5in long. I ended up toting the whole piece back. Now I gotta see if it was worth it.
  9. Hi I found this it looks like three embryos hook together with a small snake at the top small centimeter please take a look closer this has real life in this rock
  10. Wolf89

    Gmr yesterday

    Went to gmr for a couple hours yesterday, nothing notable except this real nice red great white it pretty good condition. The pictures make it look orange, but it is very red in person.
  11. Wolf89

    Gmr yesterday

    Went to gmr for a couple hours yesterday, nothing notable except this real nice red great white it pretty good condition. The pictures make it look orange, but it is very red in person.
  12. abcsefdbfr

    Iridescent ammonite

    I know I sound like a fossil rookie, which I am, but is this ammonite fossil real. I know it is polished, but the colors seem fake. Thanks to anyone who has been replying to my posts, I know some of the answers are obvious but I just want to make sure.
  13. Still_human

    Dimetrodon sail spine pieces

    From the album: Permian era fossils

    Very small fragments of dimetrodons sail spines. From the lower Permian Texas Red Beds, Archer city formation in Archer county
  14. Still_human

    Edaphosaurus with large predator bite

    From the album: Permian era fossils

    Yet unidentified Edaphosaurus pogonias bone from the Permian era Red Beds site in North Texas, with large unhealed tooth hole from what appears to be a large Dimetrodon's bite, from either the fatal attack, or post-death predation mark.
  15. From the album: Permian era fossils

    Reverse side of the unidentified Edaphosaurus pogonias bone with an apparent Dimetrodon tooth hole.
  16. Hi. I believe this is from Arizona. But not sure of the origin and type of wood. Any ideas would surely help. I have many pounds if this. Please help
  17. Hardman.digs

    Meglodon tooth origin?

    Hello all! Hope everyone's years are off to a happy and huntfull start! Well I started the year off spending some Christmas cash on a meglodon tooth. (Having only found fragments myself) any way I was wondering if there is a tie between locations and colors of teeth. I found this beauty at an pass-proof price. It is a beautiful orange/red. At 5 inches almost exactly. The previous owner says it came from the st. Mary's river area of Georgia. (Pretty close to where I was when I got it). I am just curious if this is a common color for other areas or even in the st Mary's area? Thank you all for
  18. Hat

    Coral or something else?

    Hi. Found this in a dry creek bed north of Silver City, NM. Can't tell if it's a coral or something more like an ammonite. The rock is very pink and reddish color. Thanks.
  19. Hello, I am new to this site so I apologize in advance if I post incorrectly. I went to Ladonia, Texas, to the fossil park and found a lot of "red" type rocks or fossils. I need help identifying what they are and basically if they are even fossils. I have a lot of them, so to keep this simple, I will just post photos of all the same item, but in various angles. Thank you, Laura Location: Ladonia Fossil Park, Ladonia, Texas Period: From what I have read, fossils here are from the Cretaceous Period/Mesozoic Era. Weight: 5.34 Ounces
  20. JustPlainPetrified

    Bassano fossil dig

    This was one of two ammonites I found on the hillside along the Bow River south of Bassano. It was quite weathered and fragmented but after some puzzle work and opticon it turned out not too badly. Lots of red highlights with greens mixed in.
  21. OutdoorsmanSteve

    Coral Fossil?

    Hello all, I have a find from southern New Jersey. It has many crystalized "veins" running through it, and possibly internal too having a specific gravity of 2.27.....It is not brittle and is very solid, yet lightweight. Underneath shows an off-white color spot, which may be the original color as it has iron color to it now? Any thoughts on this specimen would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for taking a look. P.S. - Some photos were labeled too large, so I will also provided a link to a photobucket page with more pictures. http://s935.photobucket.com/user/TheeWoodsman/library/red%20rock?
  22. FossilForKids

    Fourth Of July Fossils!

    Show your patriotic fervor with Red white and blue fossils. I'll start with these Sharktooth hILL bEAUTIES!
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