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  1. Please could anyone help me with the identification of these fossils. I have very limited knowledge so appreciate any comments. All fossils were found in Thumamah Park near Riyadh in central Saudi Arabia and all were collected loose from the ground. The age of the formation here is Cretaceous according to the geological data I can find. The bottom two photos are two sides of the same fossil which looks to me like an oyster of some sort (but could be totally wrong). Thanks in advance for your suggestions.
  2. drbush

    what is this fossil

    Hi friends, I hoppy that all of you are safe l and healthy, I went to Aruma formation area outside of Riyadh and found this egg like hard fossil, it is 3cm, heavy with? Shell remainder. What could it be???
  3. drbush

    what is this fossil

    Greeting my friends , can you help me with this , i went to jubaila city outside of Riyadh , the area is Kimmeridgian ,and found ++++ brocken pieces of Nautiloid shell , it was a surface find , is it a nautilus rhyncholites ???
  4. drbush

    what is this fossil

    Greeting my fellow Homo sapiens , can you help me with this , i went to jubaila city outside of Riyadh , the area is Kimmeridgian , it was a surface find , what type is it ???
  5. drbush

    Beautiful ammonite

    Hi friends and happy holidays, I went to Marrat formation area (toarcian) to the west of Riyadh and found many ammonites, one of them is Nejdia bramkampi , it is one of the most beautiful ammonites you can find , enjoy.
  6. drbush

    what is this fossil

    Hi friends and happy new year , can you help me with this , i went to jubaila city outside of Riyadh , the area is Kimmeridgian , it was a surface find , what could it be it looks like Crayfish leg ???
  7. drbush

    unusual ammonits

    Hi friends and happy holidays ,can you help me with this ,I went to Marrat formation area (toarcian) to the west of Riyadh and found many ammonites ,they are small , thin , 6-10 cm wide and 4-5 cm high , it was a surface find . What sp. could they be?
  8. drbush

    Echinoid ?????

    Dear friends I wish all good health , I found this Echinoid before the lock down in Eocene area , rus formation , it is rounded , semi complete , it is 3 cm across , 3 cm high .what sp. could it be ?
  9. drbush

    ?? shark tooth

    Hi friends, I wish you all good health, can you help me with this? I went to Khrase city, Rus formation, Eocene, to the east of Riyadh and found this tooth . It was a surface find. can you kindly help me identify the species. It is 15 mm from root lobe to crown tip , root is 22 mm . could it be a Galeocdo sp. ? and what sp.?mm.
  10. drbush

    ?? shark tooth

    Hi friends, I wish you all good health, can you help me with this? I went to Khrase city, Rus formation, Eocene, to the east of Riyadh and found many shark teeth. It was a surface find. can you kindly help me identify the species. It is 10mm from root lobe to crown tip , root is 10mm. could it be Carcharhinus underwoodi or other sp.
  11. drbush

    ??? Shark tooth

    Hi friends, I wish you all good health, can you help me with this? I went to Khrase city, Rus formation, Eocene, to the east of Riyadh and found many shark teeth. It was a surface find. can you kindly help me identify the species. 1st one is 15 mm by 16mm , 2nd is 15 by 10 mm, 3rd is 20 by 10 mm.
  12. drbush

    Eocene tine ??? fish teeth

    Hi friends, I wish you all good health, can you help me with this? I went to Khrase city last month , Rus formation, Eocene, to the east of Riyadh and found many ? fish teeth. It was a surface find. can you kindly help me identify the species.it is 4 mm by 2 mm .
  13. drbush

    ???? shark tooth

    Hi friends, I wish you all good health, can you help me with this? I went to Khrase city, Rus formation, Eocene, to the east of Riyadh and found many shark teeth. It was a surface find. can you kindly help me identify the species.it is 8 mm by 10mm .
  14. kplace

    Fossils found in Saudi Arabia

    I've found various fossils NE of Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia that I'm interested if anyone can help me identify.
  15. drbush

    Siphuncle

    Hi friends ,Happy new year , can you help me with this ,I went to Jubaila area, mid.Jurassic , to the north of Riyadh and found this large nautilus it was stuck to a hard rock layer , it is 36 cm wide ,21 cm high and 12 cm thick but this not the question , the question is what is the bead like structure in the 2nd photo ????
  16. drbush

    ??? tooth

    Hi friends, can you help me with this? I went to Al Hasi city, Sulaiy formation ( Berriasian) , Cretaceous , to the north of Riyadh and found an unusual rock different its surrounding lime stones it is whitish , foame , gravely and by examining it and to my shock i saw a shark tooth , I took samples from that rock and i found different types of teeth . In the past i use to found similar fossils in Eocene are. So what could they be?
  17. drbush

    ???? fossil

    Hi friends, can you help me with this? I went to Al Hasi city, Sulaiy formation ( Berriasian) , Cretaceous , to the north of Riyadh and found this strange fossils. It was a surface find; it is 4 cm long, 3 cm wide, concave . The outer face is smoth , the inner surface is semicircular and smooth , In the past i found smilar fossils, Cretaceous but differnt formation (Aruma) but larger and in layers (one inside the other ) photo 2 . So what could it be?
  18. drbush

    ??? fossil

    Hi friends ,can you help me with this ,I went to Aruma formation area (Cretaceous) to the north of Riyadh and found this small fossil , it is thin ,half a circle , 4 mm wide and 4 cm long , it was a surface find . What sp. could it be?
  19. drbush

    ?? shark tooth

    Hi friends, can you help me with this? I went to Khrase city, Eocene area , to the east of Riyadh and found many shark teeth but this one is strange . It was a surface find. what could it be?
  20. drbush

    ??? fossil

    Dear friends can you help me with this , I went to Eocene area to the east of Riyadh city , over the years I found +++ of them , it is 3 mm wide , 2 mm thick . what is it ?
  21. drbush

    Crinoid or coral

    Hi friends, can you help me with this? I went to Dhruma city, Bathonian , to the west of Riyadh and found a CRINOID like fossil. It was a surface find, it is 6 cm high, 4 cm wide at widest point, and 1 cm thick. could it be a holdfast or it is coral sp.? So what could it be?
  22. drbush

    Hadrodus Priscus

    Dear friends can you help me with this , I went to Eocene area to the east of Riyadh city , over the years I found hundreds of HADRODUS PRISCUS gill teeth but the question is why there is different shapes to the teeth ? Is it due to the age of the fish or the position of the tooth or there simply different species?
  23. drbush

    ??? eocene animal jaw

    Hi friends, can you help me with this? I went to Khrase city, Eocene area , to the east of Riyadh and found ++ tooth like fossils. It was a surface find, it is 3 mm long, 2 mm wide, and 1 mm thick. The edge is sharp & shiny. So what could it be?
  24. drbush

    ??? fossil

    Hi friends can you help me with this , it was a surface find at a dhruima city , it is formed of multi shells ,i thought at 1st it is a type of brachiopods ( hercosestria ) but that was very old , so what could it be ? is it a Barnacle ??
  25. drbush

    ? fossil squid beak

    Hi i went to jubaila area to the north of Riyadh city , it is Jubaila formation area , Jurassic , it looks like a squid beak ??? , its diameter as it is shewn in the diagram below . what could it be.
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