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  2. Fossildude19

    Claw? Tooth?

    Rock.
  3. Do you find any of the larger oysters that are common in US East Coast sediments of this age? e.g., Exogyra, sp., Pycnodonte sp., or Gryphaea sp.?
  4. Ima Surchin

    Petrified Turtle Head?

    So it isn't possible it went through a petrification?
  5. Runner64

    Unusual Kem Kem Tooth

    Hamadasuchus?
  6. Hello all, Found a couple of very nice Cretaceous fossils in Limburg (in water). Age: 72-68 mya/73-68 mya (late late Campanian - early Maastrichtian) and/or around 68 mya (if we only focus on de 'Kalksteen van Vijlen' from the Gulpen Formation). One source says 72.1 (± 0.6) million years ago (late Campanian). Thus 72.1 (± 0.6) million years ago till 68 mya (Kalksteen van Vijlen). One source states that the Vijlen 5 Member (boreholes in Gulpen and Crapoel) have a age of around 69.8-69.3 mya. So its possible that the fossils are also of this age. During this time,
  7. DenverEdge

    Unusual Kem Kem Tooth

    @Kikokuryu I do agree with you even if not crocodile I was wondering if it could be some sort of lizard.
  8. Randyw

    Petrified Turtle Head?

    Once again im sorry to say its another rock..
  9. Tidgy's Dad

    Claw? Tooth?

    No tooth shape, no structure, no enamel. It's a rock.
  10. Randyw

    Claw? Tooth?

    Im sorry to say this is just a rock.
  11. pachy-pleuro-whatnot-odon

    A Taiwan fossil hunt

    Pity you didn't have your phone with you, as this is probably the best way to record pieces - such as the one you described full of scallop shells - that you can't take along (may be you could try placing your phone in a zip lock bag in order to take it next time - the phone itself should be splash proof, and the bag should keep out most of the water in case things go wrong). Also a shame that you only found so little. Still, I think you brought back quite a few nice pieces, so at least the trip paid off Thanks for the trip report, and I'm looking forward to the one from your next hunt!
  12. JohnJ

    Megalodon tooth

    I edited the dealer name from the post. No worries.
  13. Ima Surchin

    Claw? Tooth?

    location: Sweetwater, TX Tooth or claw?
  14. Ima Surchin

    Petrified Turtle Head?

    Location: Sweetwater, TX Petrified turtle head?
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  16. Top Trilo

    Illinois tooth ID needed

    The U.S. penny is quite small, 19mm
  17. Tidgy's Dad

    Illinois tooth ID needed

    It looks like horse to me, but seems pretty small. How big is your coin? Most of the world won't know this!
  18. Fossildude19

    A Hadrosaur tooth?

    Nope. Sorry, not a tooth. No enamel, and it doesn't look anything like a hadrosaur tooth.
  19. Lando_Calrissian_4tw

    A Hadrosaur tooth?

    Looks way too big, at least compared to the hadrosaur teeth I’ve seen
  20. James Ryan

    A Hadrosaur tooth?

    I came across this interesting rock while in my favorite shark tooth river. Needless to say haven't noticed one of these before, maybe a couple times in the past year, none nearly as perfect or large... My question is if this would have been a Hadrosaur tooth.
  21. hadrosauridae

    Fossil Collecting on Mining Claims

    The mining claim gives the claimant access to any and all minerals within the claim. The surface rights, and public access are still open, as long as it isnt interfering with mining operations. While the fossils arent a mineable mineral, you could be charged with mineral trespass and/or mineral theft (aka "claim jumping") for taking any type of rock off a claim without permission.
  22. Fossildude19

    Unknown teleost (?)

    I've tagged some people. Hopefully, they will have a look at your find when they have a chance.
  23. Jbenton

    Illinois tooth ID needed

    Hi I don’t believe this is yet fossilized, but need your help on an ID. From far northeast Illinois. Any idea?
  24. MikeR

    Pleistocene Canepatch Formation Scallop

    The Canepatch Formation is Middle Pleistocene so the molluscan fauna would pretty much be similar to that which exists offshore of South Carolina today. Argopecten irradians concentricus (Say, 1822) aka Bay Scallop is presently found along the Carolina coast and would be a reasonable assignment. LINK Mike
  25. readinghiker

    Unknown teleost (?)

    Thanks to everyone who has replied to this posting. There are more unusual teeth that I will be posting later!
  26. readinghiker

    Unknown teleost (?)

    Do you know of a specialist I could contact?
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