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  1. Carnotaurus

    Unknown fossilized fish

    Got this and can’t tell what species it is, if you know please tell me! Thanks.
  2. I did my first microfossil sifting on the sandbars of the Kaw river in Kansas (I posted the trip on the forum ). Anywho, I found this microfossil that reminds me of modern day cowrie in pattern but I'm guessing its a coral? The second I am pretty sure is coral, the third is a worn crinoid segment? and the fourth, ummm I don't have a clue- one side has three parallel ridges- thoughts? Appreciate all the help as always! Bone
  3. Hi all! I'd be grateful if anyone could identify this bone fragment, which is allegedly the distal end of a small theropod femur according to the dealer. It comes from the Isle of Wight, the age is Lower Cretaceous and size: 2 cmtrs height. As you can see, the distal end is somewhat eroded and the bone is hollow. Thanks!
  4. onemordum

    First of many

    This is one of many fossils I have that range from marine fossils of ordovician or silurian to plant fossils in paleolithic era. Some are likely common to those with much experience, but a few Ive not been able to see even one near the same. Any help or even a point to the right path is greatly appreciated. PS, these arent enough I know but Im limited by size & technical skill apparently.
  5. gms

    Unknown dinosaur? bone

    Hi paleoguys! Some years ago a friend of mine found on the Isle of Wight-the UK (dinosaur coast/Barremian age) what seems to be a reptile bone. It looks like a transverse process or something like that. We have no idea. We'd be very grateful if you enlight us and solve this mystery. More picture to come...
  6. Chris Kimo

    Hi guys I need help...

    Hi guys, I need help identifying what i think might be a fossilized Lobster tail and maybe a part of another unknown crustacean.
  7. Ted37

    Purse Park trip

    So, I went back out to purse park. I really want to try Douglas Point, but don't want to walk a 1.5 mile trail. Not that I'm lazy, but I have some health issues. So this time at purse I went south. Not sure exactly how far, but at least a mile or more. Any ways I found a few items I would like some opinions on. I'm new to fossil hunting so I have much to learn. I did not find a lot of sharks teeth, and have lost the desire to pick up the really small ones. So I found a yellow rock I guess, its just interesting that it looks like some sort of crystalline and very light. Next, I found what I thi
  8. Ted37

    Possible whale ear bone

    Hello All I found this a few weeks ago i believe bayfront brownies around the bend by the cliffs. Just thrown it in my box of rocks. I was looking through them and figured I should get the opinions of people that are in the know. I put purse in the tag as that's the only other place I've been. Though I am pretty sure it was found at bayfront. I really need to get two separate boxes. Any comments welcome. I googled around and it looks a bit like a whale ear bone.
  9. Spent a part of the day on the Potomac River. Found a vert of some sort. I believe possibly Alligator. Any info is appreciated. Also, is there a rule of thumb for the size of a vert approximates the length of the subject. I know I have heard a one inch shark tooth approximates a 10 foot shark. I had little luck with teeth except for the usual small stuff. I found a neat looking rock. I don't think its a fossil. Then a piece of iron or something. Here are some pics.
  10. BurquenoJoe

    What could these be?

    Hello! I found these two (nearly) identical pieces in an area west of Albuquerque, New Mexico, that would have been the eastern shoreline of the Laramidia continent during the cretaceous. I checked on a geologic map, and the exposed area is all cretaceous sediments. These samples are very hard, despite their seemingly brittle shape, and do not break or disintegrate even when I apply a lot of force to them. They have no other remarkable markings other than their very unusual shape. Do you have any ideas what they could be? Thank you!
  11. ThePhysicist

    NSR Unknowns

    Hey yall! These are a couple of items that were found in the North Sulfur River that I am uncertain about what they are. One appears to be bone, but has a rather porous and bubbly side and a flat and smooth other side. The other looks to be enamel, possibly from mastodon?? Thank you!
  12. Icestar

    No idea on this one.

    Like the others, this was also found near the Michigan/Indiana border. I have no idea what it is though. I wasn't sure it was even a fossil at first, and thought it had some weird grooves cut into it, but when I looked on the side and saw the ring, I knew it was something. Post 3/4 for today.
  13. Kingofthekats

    What is it?

  14. Shark255

    Iron Hill Museum Fossil ID

    I recently took a trip to the Iron Hill Museum in Newark, Delaware. (Which has amazing displays by the way. Its small, but fascinating.) There, I bought a small bag of about 10 fossils. I knew what most of them were, but there are a few I am unsure of what they actually are. I was wondering if anyone on the Forum could help me. All I know is that all of the Fossils were found in either Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, or Pennsylvania. Unfortunately I will have to upload these each in separate posts as it won't let me upload more than 3.95 MB. (Yell at me all you want if you have found a way aro
  15. xxjessbxx

    Anyone Know What This is

    Found this in a dry creek bed and Im not sure what it is..Any ideas? Thanks
  16. Not sure wht animal they're from
  17. kingpotatoman

    Few fossils, what are they?

    Any ID and information would be good. Found in Akron Ohio
  18. DirtDetector

    I found this Fossil Over a Decade ago

    I found this in the mid-2000's but never really had it checked out, I'm having a paleontologist look at it soon, but I wanted to get your guys opinions. I can only post 1 photo because there is a size limit.
  19. Jdinolfo

    unknown fossil i think

    I found this while searching for shark teeth at Post oak creek and i haven't been able to identify it yet.
  20. Shane7227

    Large Fossil Found in Oklahoma

    I live in Oklahoma and stumbled upon this. We weren't sure what sort of fossil this could be. I found it in an old dried up creek on our property. I have also found other fossils similar to this that are even larger and longer that are still half way embedded in the bed rock.
  21. davebc15

    ID? Can you help Verify this...

    I am working for a non-profit and am attempting to ID this fossil from their collection. It was dredged up by a fishing trawler south of Long Island, NY in the 1950s. The vessel was still above the continental shelf. An "expert" from a Natural History Museum, probably in NYC, since that is where the vessel was from, stated that it was from the Mesozoic, but I have no other details about the identification. I'm not so sure that it is Mesozoic in origin, but I'd welcome any other identifications. Thanks! Here's a link to the fossil pics: https://drive.goog
  22. Cameron20

    Unknown

    I found this along the Skunk river in Iowa and have no idea what it is. If anyone has any idea please let me know!
  23. tmac

    Venice Beach Florida

    Found recently at Venice Beach Florida. Any idea what this is - possibly a worn horse tooth?
  24. Barasingha

    Mystery item

    Miocene unknown item. It is 15/16" long. Any help would be appreciated.
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