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  1. Lee Taylor

    Potential fossil sites

    I have been doing some Google maps searching for sites that may yield a fossil or two. I found a few sites that look to me to have potential. Fortunately they are close to my house. I put the coordinates into my marine GPS and I am prepared to go take a look. What is your perception of these Google images from a fossil potential perspective?
  2. If you are in the area, I am planning on heading down this weekend to do a bit of poking around (Oct 3rd 2020). I was in the area last weekend chasing extant species for work, and as expected the 2019 floods exposed some really promising spots along the road cut. If you would like to go along, let me know. Remember this is a no-dig- surface only excursion. I have been looking for the fabled trilobites from the sites along the Platte River for over a decade now, and am hoping this might be the year. Also a great spot for rugose, bryos, and more crinoids than you can string in a necklace.
  3. KingSepron

    "The Auction Site?"

    I'm sorry if I'm breaking some unspoken rule here or something, but I've seen multiple references to "the auction site" What auction site is this? If no one wants to tell me (or pm me) that's understandable I guess
  4. hello everyone, a few days ago surfing the internet I came across a site of fossils from asia. scrolling through the various offers I noticed this skull, the description reported only that it belonged to an unspecified myocene carnivore. All in all the price was quite low for what seems to be the quality of the piece. To a more careful investigation it would seem a hyaenidae even if the present matrix makes identification quite difficult, however still there is something that does not convince me. the matrix seems intentionally put to cover part of the skull. What do you think
  5. I_gotta_rock

    New Fossil Blog

    I've had a lot of friend requests on Facebook lately from my paleontology peers, but my personal page isn't really focused on fossils. So, yesterday I launched a new blog about my family's expeditions, details about our finds, and our experience sharing our discoveries and our passion with the community. Take a peek if you're inclined: https://www.facebook.com/I-Gotta-Rock-374330346479428/
  6. WhodamanHD

    Dagsboro Pleistocene Site?

    Multiple places on the internet say there is a Pleistocene fossil site where collectors can find Marine fossils south of Dagsboro, DE. Doth anyone know the status or exact location of the site? And whether it would be smart to go there? I’m in south DE and I don’t have the time to drive up north, so this is basically my only hope of getting a hunt in while I’m here. Please feel free to PM me. Thanks!
  7. Bone guy

    Good auction sites?

    Hey y'all. I'm a newbie, so I was wondering if anyone knows some good auction sites?
  8. I_gotta_rock

    Shore Treasures

    Several years ago, I found a brachiopod and some rugose coral embedded in a couple pebbles while beach combing at Cape Henlopen State Park. I found another few wandering inland at the park. A few years later, I found one at Bowers Beach. This summer I've made it a project to see how much I can find and how far north it goes. My guess is all the way up the river, but I'll stick to DE for now. This week's stop was Battery Park in New Castle. Sure enough, among the chunks of industrial slag and other miscellaneous rubble were several distinct corals. Also found at bowers beach were two pieces of
  9. salvo1989s

    German fossil sites

    Hi guys ,I'm planning a 3 days of break from work to Germany to visit maybe a fossil quarry , anyone can give me some advice? I will fly to Hamburg so I need something close to it.
  10. hello, Could you tell me the sites reputed for the quality of the pieces to buy fossils (t-rex teeth and egg), Mammoth, megalodon. thanks all,
  11. What is your most favorite site to hunt fossils? Where is it and why?
  12. Trilobiting

    Any Fossil Sites in the Philippines?

    This December, I'm going back to my hometown in the Philippines. Are there any fossil sites there? What kind of fossils are there? Thanks.
  13. I found a great place to find fossils in Scarborough, Ontario Canada practically in my back yard, the bad part is there is no parking or convenient bus stops near by. I have enclosed a picture of where the location is if you care to visit it.
  14. TRIP REPORT - TULLY, NY Finds included Orthocone Cephalopods, Trilobites, Nautiloids, Devonian Assemblages We didn't have much time for fossil site visits this year so our 4th of July weekend had to be special. We decided to combine fossils and fishing which gave us 2 days at Tully NY for fossils, and 3 days at Lake Cayuga for boating/fishing and fossiling. This report covers the Tully site visit. I'll post a separate trip report for Lake Cayuga. As our friends on the Forum know, Nan and I try to set specific goals and targets for each fossil site visit and that's what we did for our 4t
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