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  1. Rcotton1

    Shell 12.JPG

    From the album: 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    A few of these fossils not only have the remains of shells but very rare fossilized worms
  2. Rcotton1

    Shell 11.JPG

    From the album: 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    A few of these fossils not only have the remains of shells but very rare fossilized worms
  3. Rcotton1

    Shell 10.JPG

    From the album: 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    A few of these fossils not only have the remains of shells but very rare fossilized worms
  4. Rcotton1

    Shell 9.JPG

    From the album: 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    A few of these fossils not only have the remains of shells but very rare fossilized worms
  5. Rcotton1

    Shell 8.JPG

    From the album: 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    A few of these fossils not only have the remains of shells but very rare fossilized worms
  6. Rcotton1

    Shell 7.JPG

    From the album: 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    A few of these fossils not only have the remains of shells but very rare fossilized worms
  7. Rcotton1

    Shell 6.JPG

    From the album: 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    A few of these fossils not only have the remains of shells but very rare fossilized worms
  8. Rcotton1

    Shell 5.JPG

    From the album: 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    A few of these fossils not only have the remains of shells but very rare fossilized worms
  9. Rcotton1

    Shell 4.JPG

    From the album: 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    A few of these fossils not only have the remains of shells but very rare fossilized worms
  10. Rcotton1

    Shell 3.JPG

    From the album: 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    A few of these fossils not only have the remains of shells but very rare fossilized worms
  11. Rcotton1

    Shell 2.JPG

    From the album: 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    A few of these fossils not only have the remains of shells but very rare fossilized worms
  12. Rcotton1

    Shell 1.JPG

    From the album: 1925 Body & Trace Fossil Collection - Ocean

    A few of these fossils not only have the remains of shells but very rare fossilized worms
  13. Bob Saunders

    Fossil Tubeworms

    Hello, I recorded this as fossil tube worms. as I recall from them same ballast.
  14. Rockwood

    monkey puzzle ship worms

    The tag on the box that I picked this out of (silver pick) identified it as, you guessed it, petrified monkeypuzzle wood with shipworm borings. The ID seems right but it's such a beautiful piece I wondered if anyone has any further thoughts.
  15. montse

    fossil worms?

    First of all thank you for accepting me as a member. I have a fossil that I hope catches your attention. I think they are Miocene worms. They belong to the Vallès-Penedés. What is strange is that they are in such good condition, I think they are unique. I await your opinion.
  16. Darko

    A fossilized worm Id?

    Hi guys! Can anyone tell me is this maybe a worm or something else? It has rings normally on it like a earth worm but I'm not sure what to think... It's also from my hunting spot at Popovac Marl stone Quarry.. Please help and thanks!
  17. Acewas

    Seashell from SE Minnesota

    Hi everyone, i am new to the forum, I am from the east coast of the US but spend my summers in Southeastern Minnesota. I found this (what I think is an oyster shell or bigger Brachiopod) while agate hunting near Winona MN. But I have no idea, that is why I am posting. The Interesting thing about this fossil is that it is whitish with what looks like little worms or possibly sea weed? The shell is 2 inches long (50.8 MM) and 1 inch and 3/4 wide (44.45 MM). Please let me know if you need any other info to help identify what it is.
  18. Shimmeron

    Fossilized worms

    I'm new on this site and have a few fossilized rocks that I need to ID. This first rock (from Tooele County Utah) looks to have fossilized worms on it. My town of Tooele sits on the ancient dry remains of Lake Bonneville, so I'm always finding rocks with shells and fossils. The rock has some florescent properties, but I think this maybe due to the saturated caliche in the soil (not sure though).
  19. LLBau

    Fossil ID (Coral?)

    Hi Everyone, This is my first time posting on any kind of fossil forum, and I was wondering if someone could help me ID something that was given to me years ago. Unfortunately I have pretty limited information, but a friend found this while motorcycling from Sturgis, SD back to Ohio. I think he said he found it along the road while still in SD, but it’s been so long I’m not sure. It’s 6.5in length and weighs about 3lbs. When tapped it almost has a ceramic sound in some places. The angle of this pic is looking down through the tubes (some of which you can s
  20. TUMNI GREEN

    Worm or something else ?

    Hello,I found some fossils,but im not sure about ID. Thanks for any help .
  21. From the album: Tertiary

    Serpulid Worm Burrows Paleocene Hornerstown Formation Crosswicks Creek New Egypt, N.J. A gift from frankh1847. Collected 3/19/18
  22. Are these worms different from one another? Is anyone able to name them? And what does their appearance mean from an ecological standpoint?
  23. I have a few places I can go here in norther Wyoming where I find a lot of Gastroliths. The last couple of times I have gone out I find at least one or two that had been fossils before becoming a gizzard stone. I have heard of and found Gastroliths that was petrified wood . I haven't though seen any that were like these.
  24. Well it's been a while since I've last been on (over two months), and I know how much you all have been missing me , so I decided to finally get around to photographing some of the finds I've made over the summer. I've talked a bit earlier this year about collecting in the Frederick Limestone and other upper Cambrian-lower Ordovician units, but these finds are from rocks far, far older than those, nearly 100 million years older! These fossils are among some of the oldest in Maryland, and in the Mid-Atlantic region, which was part of the reason I collected them in the first place (
  25. Last weekend decided to drive down to Missouri to catch the solar eclipse and look for some fossils in the Upper Cambrian Davis formation. My time was pretty limited so was only able to check out a couple different spots for short periods of time. Lots of worm burrows, disarticulated trilobites and weird trace fossils. The shale was pretty dusty so it was difficult to see what I was looking at in the field. I feel like I barely scratched the surface. Here's an interesting one with what looks like a long genal spine and water ripples (?). My understanding is this was
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