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Kestrel

I am trying to navigate the site. I am older and not very swift

I am trying to get a fossil ID. Any help would be greatly appreciated. 

This was a gift and I have no info.

Thanks in advance.

Mike aka Kestrel

 

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Fossildude19

Welcome to the Forum, Mike. :)

 

Looks like fossil bird footprints, to me. 

Great fossil!

 

@Auspex 

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fossilhunter21

Welcome to TFF Mike!

 

Nice fossil!  :)

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Top Trilo

I agree with Tim, I've seen similar ones for sale that say they are from the Green River Formation of Utah

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abyssunder

I'm wondering what are those little dots on the plate?

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Rockwood
6 minutes ago, abyssunder said:

I'm wondering what are those little dots on the plate?

I bet it's essentially a degassing feature.

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Fossildude19
3 hours ago, abyssunder said:

I'm wondering what are those little dots on the plate?

 

3 hours ago, Rockwood said:

I bet it's essentially a degassing feature.

 

Could be raindrops.  ;) 

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Rockwood
44 minutes ago, Fossildude19 said:

 

 

Could be raindrops.  ;) 

The consistency of the surface and size of drop would have to be in an extremely delicate balance to get them that small and uniform. They typically are more moonscape looking. It is still a distinct possibility s though.

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hemipristis

Eocene bird tracks from the Green River Formation.  

Excellent piece! :thumbsu:

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On 6/11/2021 at 12:51 AM, Rockwood said:

I bet it's essentially a degassing feature.

Not a bad idea!

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