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Here's my fossil collection listing. Bold indicates my personal favorites.

  • Spinosaurus aegypticus tooth. Mid Cretaceous. Found south of Taouz, Morrocco.
  • Carcharodon Megalodon tooth.
  • A huge whale vertebra. Miocene.
  • Cute little snake fossil.
  • Knightia fossil. A common fish. Found in the Green River Formation, Wyoming.
  • Horn coral. 325 mya, give or take. Found in the Confusion Range in Millard County, Utah.
  • Small gastropod fossil. Carboniferous.
  • Brachiopod. Tiny.
  • Fossil Algae. Cambrian. Found in the Marjam Formation, Millard County, Utah.
  • A crinoid stem. In amazing condition, and one of my faves.
  • A small ammonite. Species unknown, but judging from my research it could be a Meekoceras.
  • A tiny trilobite, Elrathia kingii, in some rock. Found in the House Range, Antelope Springs, Millard County, Utah.
  • A small Miocene shark tooth, turned brown.
  • Agatized Elimia tenera, which normally is simple snail shells, but because it's agatized it's now a spotted shiny rock. Found in the Green River Formation, Wyoming. Sold as turritella, but I know the trick.
  • Petrified wood. Nice and smooth.
  • Jurassic dinosaur rib bone fragment.
  • Another piece of petrified wood.
  • Pelecypod, aka "Devil's Toenail."
  • A Jurassic dinosaur bone fragment. Probably from the Morrison Formation, given all their stuff.
  • Copal amber (yes JPT, not true amber, but I don't care) with stuck insects. Looks like winged ants inside. From Pleistocene rocks in Colombia.
  • Two dinosaur gizzard stones. Found in the Morrison Formation in Garfield County, Utah.
  • A Cerastoderma shell from the Choptank Formation in Maryland. Collected way back in '82.
  • A large block of fossil ferns.
  • Turtle coprolite. 35 mya or so. Found in Toledo, Washington.
  • A large Morroccan trilobite. Devonian.
  • Mosasaur tooth. Found in Morrocco.
  • An astounding Phacops trilobite. Mint condition, and complete! Devonian age. My personal favorite of all!
  • Some paper-thin fern slabs. Carboniferous.
  • Trilobite. Unknown species, could be Phacops.
  • A large piece of coal.
  • Field-collected fossils! Collected in Big Brook, New Jersey. Takes up the next 4 bullet points:
  • Several pieces of Exogyra cancellata, Cretaceous oyster.
  • Four teeth of the Cretaceousshark Scapanorhynchus texanus.
  • Several Cretaceous belemnites.
  • Burrows made by a Cretaceous shrimp.
  • A polished ammonite. Pretty darn big, too!
  • Edmontosaurus skin imprint (CAST!).
  • Tooth of Otodus obliquus, a shark.
  • HUGE Miocene shark tooth! Not nearly a Megalodon, but pretty darn big all the same.
  • Fossils from Denmark. Takes up the next 5 bullet points.
  • A large belemnite.
  • A small sea urchin.
  • Some plant or shell thing---I can't really tell.
  • A bit of oyster with a belemnite impression in it.
  • Beats me what this last one is.
  • A shard of dinosaur coprolite.
  • A fragment of Mongolian dinosaur egg. Small but really cool.
  • A fragment of Saltasaurus egg.
  • Three rocks of Silurian age, with many fossils.
  • A small snail fossil.
  • Ammonite bought in Arkansas.
  • A large oyster from the Oligocene.
  • A shark tooth, genus unknown.
  • Chinese dinosaur eggshell.
  • Icthyosaurus jaws (fake).
  • Velociraptor claw (fake and shaped more like a tooth)
  • Velociraptor claw (fake, but this time shaped better)
  • Two pterosaur teeth (fake)
  • Elrathia kingii trilobite (fake)
  • Carnivorous dinosaur tooth (fake)