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  1. SVG

    Identify a fossil

    Hi, I inherited some fossils from my father, and I am trying to identify them. Can someone tell me what kind of fossil is in the attached photo? Also, during shipping, the crack in the plate occurred. Does that affect the value of the overal plate significantly? Thanks in advance for assistance! SVG
  2. I would like to trade Trachydomia spp. snails for any legally-collected rough or trace/track fossils, from any era, any location. Here are updated images of what I have left of Trachydomia spp.. The first three in the front have been lightly coated with a clear acrylic (?). The other image is of Desmostylia tooth fragments (Langhian Miocene) from Sharktooth Hill, near Bakersfield, CA. These were obtained at a local rock and mineral show several years ago. I tried to get these to fit together to make a complete specimen. The only
  3. Hello, I was wondering if this spinosaurus tooth is a fake. I got it awhile ago, it looked painted so I washed it off and this is what it looks like.
  4. gigantoraptor

    Ammonites from unknown locations.

    Hello all Since I can't go to school for a couple of weeks I have time to catch up with some ID's. Most of these ammonites have been in my collection for years, thinking it's impossible to ID these because of lack of location. Most of these come from old collections without labelling. 1: Only location info: Austria. Nothing more. @FranzBernhard could you help me with this one? About 7 cm in size. 2: I think it was said this one is from Russia, but many locations from this collection turned out to be incorrect afterwards. About 2 cm in size.
  5. PrehistoricWonders

    Unknown fossil?

    Hi, This fossil is from an unknown location and I was wondering if anyone knew what it is? It appears to have schreger lines on it. It’s 3” long by 1” wide.
  6. Hello everyone! I purchased this has from an online auction a little while ago. It was advertised as a tooth but appears to me to be a small jaw section. I have looked for similar specimens online and it looks similar to that of a Eutrichiurides (see image 3), but I was hoping others could please confirm. The specimen is 41 mm/4.1 cm long, and 20 mm/2 cm high. The listings did not say where any of their specimens originated.Front Close-up of the tooth second from the rightSimilar specimen for reference, claimed to be Eutrichiurides.
  7. KingSepron

    What is this shell #5?

    I don’t know anything about location
  8. KingSepron

    What is this shell? #2

    I’m not sure of the location sorry
  9. Ruger9a

    Crinoid#3 ID help

    This is the last of the three unknown Crinoids I am requesting your help on. I have absolutely no information on this item as it was a clump purchased from a yard sale. I prepped/detailed it. Anyone know what species it is?
  10. Nimravis

    Unknown Vert- Dino??

    I have had this piece just sitting in a drawer for a long time and I believe that I bought it for $1.00 from a guy that I use to get some Oligocene White River stuff from in Scenic, South Dakota. This piece looks nothing like anything that I have ever found in the White River Badlands, and believe he got it from somewhere farther North in South Dakota. Looking at it, it looks dinosaurian and am wondering what others think? @Troodon Thanks
  11. Scottnokes2015

    Help iD please

    Hi everyone. I have this specimen I picked up at a Fossil show. It looks to me like crinoid Stem very and a Stern impression. It was provided for auction at southern Illinois fossil show which I paid $1 and was provided from a Fossil club somewhere in Southern Illinois. Please could I find out exactly what it is and if my ID is correct. On the other side is a groove about 1 inch long and also head grooves like Stem impressions. Thank you
  12. DeeMoji

    What is this?

    I found this in my friends “no scaping” rocks in his front yard. I have no idea where it comes from originally, but thought it was pretty cool. Any idea what it might be?
  13. The Mushroom Whisperer

    Help with i.d. on possible coral

    Hi everyone. I recently purchased a 55 year rock collection. My friend has decided he's done with his lapidary pursuits. I was going through some of the many boxes, and I found what I believe to be a chunk of fossil coral. He didn't remember where he found it, and we have a friendly disagreement regarding fossil coral vs pet wood. Any thoughts would be appreciated. They spent most of their time traveling the western states, but did make a trip to Australia.
  14. daves64

    Fake, pseudo fossil?

    First off, I have no idea where or when this was found originally. There is a house about 6-7 blocks from my apt that has recently gone up for sale. The people have since moved out. Out in front of the house in the area between the sidewalk & street itself, they (or someone else) had placed a border of railroad ties, then partially filled that with river rock. They then added several larger basalt rocks, quartz clusters, limb casts, small fossils, polished stones & several other stones of various types & sizes. I "rescued" this from there. I mean hey, they moved out & left them
  15. Dpaul7

    goniatite ammonoid UL b1.JPG

    From the album: MY FOSSIL Collection - Dpaul7

    Goniatite Ammonoid Unknown location; probably Morocco, possibly Timor Middle Devonian – Late Permian (390–251.4 Million Years Ago) This was a gift. I know the dealer who SOLD it, I know where HE got it. This "original" dealer sells ammonoids from all over, but polished ones are either Morocco or Timor. Because the exact location is unknown, I cannot supply a more definitive age for this fossil. Goniatids, informally Goniatites, are ammonoid cephalopods that form the Order Goniatiida, derived from the more primitive Anarcestida during th
  16. Dpaul7

    goniatite ammonoid UL b1.JPG

    From the album: MY FOSSIL Collection - Dpaul7

    Goniatite Ammonoid Unknown location; probably Morocco, possibly Timor Middle Devonian – Late Permian (390–251.4 Million Years Ago) This was a gift. I know the dealer who SOLD it, I know where HE got it. This "original" dealer sells ammonoids from all over, but polished ones are either Morocco or Timor. Because the exact location is unknown, I cannot supply a more definitive age for this fossil. Goniatids, informally Goniatites, are ammonoid cephalopods that form the Order Goniatiida, derived from the more primitive Anarcestida during th
  17. Dpaul7

    goniatite ammonoid UL b1.JPG

    From the album: MY FOSSIL Collection - Dpaul7

    Goniatite Ammonoid Unknown location; probably Morocco, possibly Timor Middle Devonian – Late Permian (390–251.4 Million Years Ago) This was a gift. I know the dealer who SOLD it, I know where HE got it. This "original" dealer sells ammonoids from all over, but polished ones are either Morocco or Timor. Because the exact location is unknown, I cannot supply a more definitive age for this fossil. Goniatids, informally Goniatites, are ammonoid cephalopods that form the Order Goniatiida, derived from the more primitive Anarcestida during th
  18. Dpaul7

    goniatite ammonoid UL b1.JPG

    From the album: MY FOSSIL Collection - Dpaul7

    Goniatite Ammonoid Unknown location; probably Morocco, possibly Timor Middle Devonian – Late Permian (390–251.4 Million Years Ago) This was a gift. I know the dealer who SOLD it, I know where HE got it. This "original" dealer sells ammonoids from all over, but polished ones are either Morocco or Timor. Because the exact location is unknown, I cannot supply a more definitive age for this fossil. Goniatids, informally Goniatites, are ammonoid cephalopods that form the Order Goniatiida, derived from the more primitive Anarcestida during th
  19. Dpaul7

    goniatite ammonoid UL a1.JPG

    From the album: MY FOSSIL Collection - Dpaul7

    Goniatite Ammonoid Unknown location; probably Morocco, possibly Timor Middle Devonian – Late Permian (390–251.4 Million Years Ago) This was a gift. I know the dealer who SOLD it, I know where HE got it. This dealer sells ammonoids from all over, but polished ones are either Morocco or Timor. Because the exact location is unknown, I cannot supply a more definitive age for this fossil. Goniatids, informally Goniatites, are ammonoid cephalopods that form the Order Goniatiida, derived from the more primitive Anarcestida during the Middle Devonian some 390 million years ago. Goniatites (go
  20. Dpaul7

    goniatite ammonoid UL a1.JPG

    From the album: MY FOSSIL Collection - Dpaul7

    Goniatite Ammonoid Unknown location; probably Morocco, possibly Timor Middle Devonian – Late Permian (390–251.4 Million Years Ago) This was a gift. I know the dealer who SOLD it, I know where HE got it. This dealer sells ammonoids from all over, but polished ones are either Morocco or Timor. Because the exact location is unknown, I cannot supply a more definitive age for this fossil. Goniatids, informally Goniatites, are ammonoid cephalopods that form the Order Goniatiida, derived from the more primitive Anarcestida during the Middle Devonian some 390 million years ago. Goniatites (go
  21. Dpaul7

    goniatite ammonoid UL a1.JPG

    From the album: MY FOSSIL Collection - Dpaul7

    Goniatite Ammonoid Unknown location; probably Morocco, possibly Timor Middle Devonian – Late Permian (390–251.4 Million Years Ago) This was a gift. I know the dealer who SOLD it, I know where HE got it. This dealer sells ammonoids from all over, but polished ones are either Morocco or Timor. Because the exact location is unknown, I cannot supply a more definitive age for this fossil. Goniatids, informally Goniatites, are ammonoid cephalopods that form the Order Goniatiida, derived from the more primitive Anarcestida during the Middle Devonian some 390 million years ago. Goniatites (go
  22. Dpaul7

    goniatite ammonoid UL a1.JPG

    From the album: MY FOSSIL Collection - Dpaul7

    Goniatite Ammonoid Unknown location; probably Morocco, possibly Timor Middle Devonian – Late Permian (390–251.4 Million Years Ago) This was a gift. I know the dealer who SOLD it, I know where HE got it. This dealer sells ammonoids from all over, but polished ones are either Morocco or Timor. Because the exact location is unknown, I cannot supply a more definitive age for this fossil. Goniatids, informally Goniatites, are ammonoid cephalopods that form the Order Goniatiida, derived from the more primitive Anarcestida during the Middle Devonian some 390 million years ago. Goniatites (go
  23. Dpaul7

    goniatite ammonoid UL a1.JPG

    From the album: MY FOSSIL Collection - Dpaul7

    Goniatite Ammonoid Unknown location; probably Morocco, possibly Timor Middle Devonian – Late Permian (390–251.4 Million Years Ago) This was a gift. I know the dealer who SOLD it, I know where HE got it. This dealer sells ammonoids from all over, but polished ones are either Morocco or Timor. Because the exact location is unknown, I cannot supply a more definitive age for this fossil. Goniatids, informally Goniatites, are ammonoid cephalopods that form the Order Goniatiida, derived from the more primitive Anarcestida during the Middle Devonian some 390 million years ago. Goniatites (go
  24. Nevadan

    What is this interesting thing?

    I am a complete newbie at this. This was found with a batch of rocks that I bought at an estate sale in Nevada, USA. I have no idea where it may have been originally found. We took more photos but I could only attach these two. The tape measure is showing centimeters.
  25. Dpaul7

    Double Mystery Brachiopod

    Today I received a special surprise at work; our magazine editor found this fossil in her yard! A nice brachiopod, it seems! Here are the two mysteries: 1. WHAT TYPE of brachiopod? (I'd be happy with FAMILY). 2. FROM WHERE? I was excited that she had MARINE FOSSILS on her land... but she said this was in a bunch of rock THEY BOUGHT for landscaping purposes. ANY ideas? I have seen nodules like this from out west - Any opinions or guesses welcome!
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