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  1. Another Glen Rose Tooth

    Here is a small tooth I found in the Upper Glen Rose Formation (Lower Cretaceous) here in Texas. I see similar teeth on Lance Hall's webs site from the Kiamichi and few other younger formations. I have been thru my books and will spend some time submerged in the Oceans of Kansas but any help is appreciated.
  2. I just found this fish in the region of San Carlos, Tamaulipas. Mexico, he was exposed, I just picked it up, it seems interesting, and still retains some of its teeth, it also shows how the scales and the size of the skull, I'm sure there are more and different types, the people of that region said they have seen many, annex an aerial photo of the region, all comments are welcome, thanks for your help.
  3. Unknown Vert

    It was suggested that this vert is not fish... It was found in GMR Greenville, NC, Cretaceous through Pliocene periods... What do yall think it belonged to. It is fossilized and is 3/4 by 3/4. Check it out and let me know what yall think. It also appears that one end is concaved and the other a little convexed..Thanks for looking... Jeff
  4. Devonian Fish: I Think

    this came out of the fossil bed in Pa that I always hunt at. Only fish I've ever seen there if it is a fish. It looks like a spine of something.
  5. Mount Lebanon, Near Aley

    So during a recent construction project Near Aley, Mount lebanon, Lebanon, I noticed that interesting dark patches where found in the brown rocks. By chance, one of the workers was trying to break down one big stone, to expose what looked like a fish imprint to me. The attached image shows both sides of the hammered down rock. I have no idea what and how old this sample is, so any help on the issue is very welcomed. I also don't understand what is the distinct white and shiny line which passes through the shown sample. Additional info: - Altitude of the area is roughly 660 m (sea level) - The depth at which this sample was found was approximately 10-12 m from the original surface (may be 9-10 m into the bedrock) - There is a water spring in our land, so underground water is plenty - I have noticed that many construction sites in the area have such dark patches in the excavated stones - I have checked wikipedia and google for any history of paleo excavation in the area, non is mentioned (only two sites near jbeil, which are almost 50 km north, at almost half the altitude). - I have found other samples, some look like a teapot, others might resemble a deformed octopus, etc... Ihab
  6. Fish Fossil?

    I came across this cleaning in a house in sweden that havent been cleaned for over 150 years, found other stuff there too like stoned wood and shells. Anyone know what this might be? I have more pics if needed.
  7. Tell Me What You See

    Ben working on it all day that's pencil over bone out line
  8. Need Help

    Anybody no any place I can look for help with id of this fish I found in rock
  9. Found inside rock need help identifing
  10. Pros Stumped By 3 In. Fish-Gator

    This fossil was inherited so unfortunatly I don't know the background on it. The creature within is approximatly three inches in length. It appears to have skin like an alligator with the tail of a fish, most resembling a coelocanth tail. My interest in the fossil was renewed after reading about the discovery of tiktaalik. Unlike other supposedly pre-tetrapod fishes, there is no sign of any anterior fins (besides caudal) or appendages. This has given pause to some professional paleontologists who will not even hazzard a guess as to whether what I have is, as I believe, even a vertibrate. (I can't help but wonder if it may be some sort of transitional species, possibly even one with growth stages likened to a modern amphibian.) The previous owner of this fossil was a long-time resident of Corpus Christi, Texas. He also once lived near Fayetteville Arkansas. My suspicion is that the fossil is from the Nueces River Basin. GoodLuck.
  11. Green Mill Run Trip (3)

    I went hunting for a couple hours today near the part of GMR where it meets the TAR river. It was super cold and my feet were numb after an hour. i had to use the floating screen and shovel instead of the raquet ball raquet. I did find a cool piece of tooth that i think is mastodon or mammoth. Found some nice great whites too. a few large Megs. some fish plates, one from a parrot fish. ear bone from a whale etc... the usual stuff. Good times!
  12. Cretaceous lungfish tooth

    From the album TEETH & JAWS

    © Harry Pristis 2007