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  1. Mishmash

    Big Brook, NJ

    Hi everyone! I found these at the Big Brook Preserve in Colts Neck, NJ in May of 2020. This was my first fossil hunt so I'm pretty sure I was at the wrong exact location but I was nearby. I found them directly in the creek and had to use a sifter. This was also after a rainstorm. I'm not sure if anything here is a fossil, but I figured I'd ask the experts! Please let me know if you want closer pictures or other angles of any of them. Thanks for taking a look! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
  2. Fossil_teenager

    Trip from corolla beach, NC

    Ok so to start off with this, I’m going to post my finds from a recent trip to the outer banks of North Carolina. I was very disappointed to be going to this location at first, because I had no idea of its fossil significance. I wanted to go further down south where the sharks teeth get huge, but the cases further down for Covid 19 were very high and I didn’t want to risk catching the virus so the whole group (who were all my neighbors) decided to head here instead. The first day on the beach, I found a lot of fish fossils (including those vertebrae’s) but it was the second day that was the be
  3. Greetings everyone! I'm hoping someone might be able to help ID something that is not in the best of condition/shape. It's quite unusual from what I typically see/find here in Eastern NC - at first I was thinking the root of a whale tooth but it's not like any I've seen/found myself before. So, I'm hoping someone might be able to give direction if this is a tooth root or maybe even a small tusk root, possibly? There is only a tiny bit of enamel present on the tip where the tooth would be and the texture on the "inside" is somewhat similar looking to what I'd see in whale or maybe even a sliv
  4. Hello again, while looking for more preserved dinosaurian remains I found this: It is from a bequest/inheritance so little is known by the family selling it except that it was bought at an auction in the US and properly declared to customs. It was told to be a pelvic bone of a juvenile triceratops. It measures roughly length: 25cm, width: 18cm, width: 8 cm and the weight is roundabout 2.5 kg. If it is a real pelvic bone to me it looks very worn or in a bad shape. What puzzles me is the black part of rock you can see in the bottom right corner of some pictures...
  5. nala

    US Brachiopods ID

    I received from the states these brachiopods,but no ID and without the site ,perhaps it's a kind of Platystrophia?
  6. Hello everybody, I'm looking for the official excerpts of laws that stipulate that a fossil found on a private land in USA is the property of the landowner who can legally keep it, sell it or export it. Do you know where can I find these documents ? If I'm right, the fossils found in US are not considered as cultural heritage. It that right ? Thanks for your help, BR, Yann
  7. Hi sometime later this year I will be going out West in Alberta, B.C and Saskatchewan. And I will be going down to Montana for 2 days to collect fossils since I can’t really do that in Alberta. I am wondering would I be able to bring those fossils into Alberta and then fly with them, and take them back to Ontario? Thank you!!
  8. nala

    French or US Plate?

    Ihad this plate labelled Fish from the tertiary of France ,i had this typical Dapalis Macrurus from the Oligocene of Aix en Provence at the same time;but i had a real doubt about the multi-fish plate.Oilshale was very kind to help me and he think it could be US
  9. I am considering letting go a few of my mammal fossils but want to know the ins and outs of the shipping process. What’s the best and safest shipping, fed ex, ups etc.
  10. https://us.cnn.com/2019/07/24/us/triceratops-skull-discovery-trnd/index.html
  11. The British are coming to the badlands The project has been dubbed "Mission Jurassic" - https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-47684989
  12. https://www.newsweek.com/wyoming-52-million-year-old-bird-fossil-lake-earliest-ancestor-robins-1321857?piano_t=1 https://cosmosmagazine.com/biology/52-million-year-old-bird-holds-clues-to-perching-evolution
  13. Hey! I have kind of an odd question. I am purchasing a fossil for a friend as a birthday gift -- between a tip of a mammoth tusk, or a section of mosasaur jaw with teeth. What makes this unique, however, is that we are traveling to the British Virgin Islands (from the United States) for said birthday and I would like to be able to gift the fossil on the birthday instead of waiting until she returns home as we live in different states and I would only be able to ship it to her house and not be there. I am concerned, however, about bringing the fossils with me on the trip as I have
  14. So I have a kind of big problem and really hope anyone from the US can help me with that. I've ordered some fossils form an US onlineshop. It's a big online shop from Washington I'm pritty sure everyone knows. It's selling fossils worth thousands of dollars and has daily updates with fossil from all over the world. I won't name it, because I don't know if this is allowed, even though I don't blame the shop in any way. If you want the name -> PM me. I already ordered two times at this shop. Shipping to Germany was no problem and the package arrived as planed. Ve
  15. https://phys.org/news/2018-12-horned-dinosaur-crittendenceratops-arizona.html
  16. Are these fish genuine? Any painting? They are said to be from the Green River Formation.
  17. I'm running a paleontology camp this summer in Delaware. We can' actually do much digging because there are no fossils at the camp site. We do, however, have living fossils around that the kids can meet. I'd like to introduce the kids to the living fossils and show them the evidence of their ancient ancestors. We have snapping turtles (common and alligator), an alligator, horseshoe crabs, access to ginkgo leaves and magnolia, pileated woodpeckers aplenty, and triops kits are easy to come by online. Anybody have any fossils of these that they could part with? I have mostly marine fossils I can
  18. MeargleSchmeargl

    Crab Concretion sites in the US?

    I think we have all seen the crabby beauties that @RJB and @Doctor Mud have revealed from their Stony Concretion prisons. Now I want to get in on that action, but I don't (currently) have a passport for a trip to NZ. Any sites in the US anyone knows of?
  19. Hi all, During the Fossil Fair of Ede in March 2017, some of you might recall that I bought a big box full of different fossils. Well, here are some of them. Some spiriferid brachiopods (Punctospirifer kentuckyensis) from Breckenridge, TX, USA; from the Pennsylvanian of the Carboniferous. Collected in 1969! Now, as there are quite a few, I already gave a few, and will give a few more, away in trades with fellow forum members. Now, even though this is a nice amount of info, when I search up "fossils breckenridge Texas", I don't get any relevant results supplying more info on t
  20. Kari

    Ammonite?

    Hi there. I recently found this fossil in Texas. From what I've seen online, it appears to be some type of ammonite. Would anyone be able to confirm that? And any ideas as to what kind of ammonite? Please let me know if I need to add more information or other pics. Thanks!
  21. Max-fossils

    Sharkteeth from Peace River, FL

    Hello everyone! I recently made a trade with Blake @FossilDudeCO, and part of the things he traded were these sharkteeth. By the way, I highly recommend a trade with him! They come from the Peace River (Forida, USA). Some of the possibilities Blake mentioned were bull shark, lemon shark, hemipristis, dusky shark, etc. There are 10 teeth in total. Do you perhaps know what species they are? Also, do you know the age the teeth could have? Thanks in advance, Max
  22. ElToro

    Megalodon tooth from US 1 (back)

    From the album: Megalodon tooth with unique colours.

    Back of a Megalodon tooth from the East Coast of the US. Found by diver.
  23. ElToro

    Megalodon tooth from US 2 (front)

    From the album: Megalodon tooth with unique colours.

    Front of a Megalodon tooth from the East Coast of the US. Found by diver.
  24. ElToro

    Megalodon tooth from US 2 (back)

    From the album: Megalodon tooth with unique colours.

    Back of a Megalodon tooth from the East Coast of the US. Found by diver
  25. ElToro

    Megalodon tooth from US 1 (Front)

    From the album: Megalodon tooth with unique colours.

    Front of a Megalodon tooth from the East Coast of the US. Found by diver.
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