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Fossil Identification


2 fossils


unquera   23-06-2011 om 12:12

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I need help to identify this 2 fossils, their have been found in the nord of Spain.
thanks

 
0dinofthenorth   15-07-2011 om 22:03

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I believe the second one is a ray tooth plate. The first one is a bit out of focas, I doubt if we can get a correct ID.

 
unquera   22-07-2011 om 09:16

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thanks for your reply I'll take it in consideration, but I think that it's difficult that the second one fossil could be a tooth because de period. the big fossil is date in the carboniferous period and in the area there is not at all animal fossils.
thanks again

 
Carboon   22-07-2011 om 18:15

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The first fossil somewhat resembles the Carboniferous fern Alloiopteris. However, you need better photographs for a conclusive identification.

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The link above shows an example from my collection.

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Carboon   22-07-2011 om 18:16

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quote:
unquera schreef:
thanks for your reply I'll take it in consideration, but I think that it's difficult that the second one fossil could be a tooth because de period. the big fossil is date in the carboniferous period and in the area there is not at all animal fossils.
thanks again


I believe the "second one" is actually figured on the 4th photo (blue background)....

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unquera   26-07-2011 om 15:54

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thanks for your help. The 2 and 3 photo are de same fossil but between the photos there is a year, the 3 photo is a year later. the 4 photo I think that it coul be a piece of trilobites but I am not sure at all. thanks again

 




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