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  1. Found this for sale online. I don’t know if it is real or not, but I took a gambit and got it. Received it today and wanted to show you all. Jared
  2. Audiorij

    Crinoid like ?

    Found st charles county Missouri. Looks like a crinoid segment but no center hole. Instead has like a chip in one side.
  3. Audiorij

    Crinoid like but oat shaped?

    Found in st charles county Missouri. While search for crinoids. These looke like small oat shaped fossils.
  4. StMoney

    No clue, but interesting

    New to the forum and I've had this for about a year now and thought I'd toss it out there to see if anyone else finds it interesting. Unfortunately I don't have a lot of info on this. I found it at an estate sale and it was fairly low price so I thought I'd take a risk and grab it because I've never seen anything like it. Was told the owner originally got it in a shop in Utah and was told it was an egg. It had been in a fire (you can see scorch marks on the top, where there looks to be the spine) but pretty well intact. I don't see any obvious hard shell but I do notice flaking of what looks l
  5. Hi all As you probably know I have really been interested lately in macro photography. Let’s see any of your wonderful fossil adventures in close up. Today I found this little beauty a shark tooth (I have not ID it yet but it could be Negaprion lemon shark tooth) form Rattlesnake Creek micro matrix I was sent. It is only about 3mm but a Bobby dazzler. Looking forward to seeing some of your very interesting pictures.
  6. Thecosmilia Trichitoma

    Bay Point Formation Bivalve #2

    I found this small bivalve in the Bay Point Formation exposed in Point Loma in San Diego, CA. These were very plentiful, and I also found many extremely tiny ones when searching through micro matrix from the site. The Scale is in Centimeters. The underside of the specimen
  7. Samurai

    Ammonite

    From the album: Missouri Ammonites and Nautiloids

    My first Ammonite find, Gave it to a friend a year ago so I was unable to measure it properly
  8. jhw

    Small jawbone i.d.

    Can anyone identify this piece? Supposedly a fossil and from southern california, but I don't have it in hand so all I know. Ruler is in inches. Thanks!
  9. fishboy89

    Fish fossil ID please

    Hi, Can someone please help me ID this small fish fossil, thanks, it's 40mm long.
  10. Rubykicks

    Coral?

    This is around a quarter of an inch in length. Not big at all. Found in a river near Oxford Ohio while camping. At some angles it almost looks like a little fish, but I doubt that. Is it coral?
  11. Hi all! I've always found fossils to be quite interesting but never took the time to really get into them so I'm useless at identifying them. Well, recently I went to Galveston beach and found this item washed up after a storm. It's small (about 2cm across) and feels rather fragile/thin. I've never seen anything like it besides an ammonite but then those are always cast in rock, I believe, and this feels just like a fragile shell that I could probably crush if I accidentally stood on it. This may just be some sort of strange shell, but some googling hasn't led me to anything other tha
  12. I found these pieces today, the one on the left is wood but unsure if it is petrified or not, it sinks but that might be because rocks are attached on the other side, I could light it but I’d prefer a safer method. The one on the right is most likely a rock but I find the shape strange like maybe a piece of petrified branch? Thanks for the help
  13. Top Trilo

    Acanthopleurella

    While doing some trilobite research yesterday I came across this species of trilobite that didn’t get larger than 2 mm. I couldn’t find much information on it just that it was from the Ordovician and it’s the smallest trilobite. How do they know that it isn’t just a baby of another species?
  14. I tried out a new fossil spot and it is loaded with these weird barnacle looking things. My best guess is puffer fish mouth plate? I also found what looks like a fossilized scale. Any ideas what they might be? These were all found about 15 miles inland from the coast by Charleston, SC. I found them sifting gravel in a small stream that cut into the fossil layer.
  15. Top Trilo

    Rock or fossil

    I found this probably rock near Estes park Colorado, I’m pretty sure it’s a rock but I thought i would come here and ask just in case, so fossil or not?
  16. Top Trilo

    Circles on Sand Dollar

    I’ve had this mepygurus marmonti sand dollar from the Jurassic of Madagascar for years now and when I was looking at it I noticed these small circles on the bottom. Are these on every sand dollar, it appears to be a part of it so my guess was some sort of way for tiny legs to attach but it’s just a guess the sand dollar is 7.5 centimeters and each dot is just under 1 millimeter
  17. Top Trilo

    Unidentified shark teeth

    I have two shark teeth that I don’t know what shark it belongs to. I’ve had them for years and haven’t payed much attention because I forgot about them. I know the one in the bottle is modern but an ID would still help. Not sure about the other one I know the root is broken and unfortunately it’s split in half but it’s darker so I don’t know if it’s fossil or not. I just want to know what shark owned these teeth and if the second tooth is modern or fossilized. Thanks
  18. These two teeth look similar to me, and I think are probably from the same type of animal, but I'm not sure. They were found close together on a central east coast Florida beach. Each is just over a quarter inch wide. The rule marks on the one picture are 1/8 inch. Thanks for all your help.
  19. Tthis item was found on a South Hutchinson Island beach. I named it Dumbo. I think you'll see why. From ear tip to ear tip, it measure about 1.7 cm. From the bottom to top of the head it also measure about 1.7 cm. The trunk is broken, but from tip of the current trunk to the back of the head is about 1 cm. Here are the photos. Thanks for all the help.
  20. BentonlWalters

    Mystery Yorkshire Fish

    Hello Everyone, I found this eroded partial nodule while on a fossil hunt at Runswick Bay last year. I think it contains part of a fish but I'm not sure of the type. I've had a look at some other Yorkshire fish material, primarily Gyrosteus, but haven't seen anything like it yet. Most of the Gyrosteus material seems to be much bigger then whats in this block. I was wondering if anyone could help me identify what it is, I think I have sections of fin as well as possibly a cluster of ribs eroding out of the block. I've also included an annotated image of the
  21. Tousa

    What fossil is this?

    Hi, I was hiking in the Judean Desert in Israel and i found this fossil i was wondering what it might be. In addition to it i found in the same area shark teeth and some corals. Any idea what it might be? Thanks folks
  22. The Amateur Paleontologist

    Need help in identifying problematic fish bone

    Hey everyone Hope you're all doing well! While looking through unprepped/untouched blocks of chalk from last year's fieldwork session in the Late Cretaceous of Møns Klint (Denmark), I found one block that showed a little trace of fish bone. I scraped a bit around it with some dental tools, and managed to reveal the whole fossil. And I'm having quite some trouble identifying it... Could anyone help me? I've included pics and details of the specimen below. Pics: Note especially the 'ridges' in the upper half of the fossil Full detai
  23. Fossildude19

    Maryland finds

    From the album: Fossildude's Finds

    Chesapeake Bay - Brownies Beach.

    © © 2012 Tim Jones

  24. Sid

    Fossil ID Help

    Hey everyone, I received some more fossils from my friend and I was wondering if anybody could help me ID them. The man who originally obtained them passed away years ago and these were apart of his collection. Thanks, Sidney Huskey
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