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  1. Sheepshead Tooth #1, Pic C

    From the album Pleistocene Microfossils from Merritt Island, Florida

    The third pic of the sheepshead tooth.
  2. Sheepshead Tooth #1, Pic B

    From the album Pleistocene Microfossils from Merritt Island, Florida

    Another pic of the sheepshead tooth.
  3. Sheepshead Tooth #1, Pic A

    From the album Pleistocene Microfossils from Merritt Island, Florida

    A tooth from a fish known as the Sheepshead (Archosargus sp.) from the Melbourne Bone Bed (10,000 - 20,000 years old). Found in microfossil matrix gathered from a dredge spoil island near Merritt Island, Florida.
  4. Hardhead Catfish Otolith #1, Back (Arius felis)

    From the album Pleistocene Microfossils from Merritt Island, Florida

    Another view of the Hardhead Catfish otolith.
  5. Hardhead Catfish Otolith #1, Front (Arius felis)

    From the album Pleistocene Microfossils from Merritt Island, Florida

    A fish otolith, probably from the Hardhead Catfish (Arius felis) but it also closely resembles a Gafftopsail Catfish otolith (Bagre marinus) from the Melbourne Bone Bed (10,000 - 20,000 years old). It's a rather angular fossil, so I used clay to position it for the photo. Found in microfossil matrix gathered from a dredge spoil island near Merritt Island, Florida.
  6. Gar Scale #2

    From the album Pleistocene Microfossils from Merritt Island, Florida

    Another gar scale found in the microfossil matrix, but this time much more worn. This scale is from the Melbourne Bone Bed (10,000 - 20,000 years old). Found in microfossil matrix gathered from a dredge spoil island near Merritt Island, Florida.
  7. Gar Scale #1, Front

    From the album Pleistocene Microfossils from Merritt Island, Florida

    Another view of this gar scale.
  8. Gar Scale #1, Back

    From the album Pleistocene Microfossils from Merritt Island, Florida

    This is the largest gar scale I've found to date. It is from the Melbourne Bone Bed (10,000 - 20,000 years old). Found in microfossil matrix gathered from a dredge spoil island near Merritt Island, Florida.
  9. Fish Tooth #1

    From the album Pleistocene Microfossils from Merritt Island, Florida

    Unknown fish tooth from the Melbourne Bone Bed (10,000 - 20,000 years old). Found in microfossil matrix gathered from a dredge spoil island near Merritt Island, Florida.
  10. Drum Teeth

    From the album Pleistocene Microfossils from Merritt Island, Florida

    Drum (Sciaenidae species) teeth from the Melbourne Bone Bed (10,000 - 20,000 years old). Found in microfossil matrix gathered from a dredge spoil island near Merritt Island, Florida.
  11. Atlantic Croaker Otolith (Micropogonias undulatus)

    From the album Pleistocene Microfossils from Merritt Island, Florida

    This is another view of the Atlantic Croaker otolith.
  12. Atlantic Croaker Otolith (Micropogonias undulatus)

    From the album Pleistocene Microfossils from Merritt Island, Florida

    A small fish otolith from the Melbourne Bone Bed (10,000 - 20,000 years old). I think this is from an Atlantic Croaker (Micropogonias undulatus). Found in microfossil matrix from a dredge spoil pile near Merritt Island, Florida.
  13. Fish from Solnhofen

    Hi- Can anyone help me to ID the exact species of this Solnhofen fish? (it's roughly 7,5" long). Many thanks in advance, Fabio
  14. Greetings! I found this the other day. They just don't look right to me. They're awfully dark, and seem to have eyes even. I'm not thinking of buying, just testing my judgement. Real of Fake? Unfortunately this is the only photo I have.
  15. From the album Scottish Acanthodians

    Acanthodes sulcatus (21 cm) Lower Carboniferous, Visean Burdiehouse limestone Central Belt of Scotland 333.5 mya
  16. Bony Fish

  17. I had a good day fossil hunting North Sulphur River creeks. I found Xiphactinus jaw pieces, skull bones, Mosasaur verts and what I think is a worn Mosasaur or Plesiosaur bone. The large jawbone has 14 sockets for teeth and 6 partial teeth.
  18. Framed Fish

    Not really a recreation, sculpture, or artwork but this is my attempt at making a great display piece for my desk. This Lycoptera davidi from Liaoning, China is my only fish fossil and I wanted to frame it and put it under glass. Its more beautiful than the best painting I rekon! I've only put on a temporary label but will make a real nice one. Not sure how or with what yet. I've seen some really cool "murals" with many fish assembled in a collage. Anyone have any "fish fossil art"?
  19. From the album Scottish Acanthodians

    Mesacanthus mitchelli (2.1cm) Lower Devonian Dundee Formation Forfarshire 380 mya
  20. From the album Scottish Acanthodians

    Ischnacanthus gracilis (8cm) Lower Devonian Dundee Formation Forfarshire 380 mya
  21. From the album Scottish Acanthodians

    Acanthodes sulcatus (21cm) Lower Carboniferous, Visean Burdiehouse Limestone Central Belt of Scotland 333.5 mya
  22. From the album Scottish Acanthodians

    Mesacanthus mitchelli (5.3cm) Lower Devonian Dundee Formation Forfarshire 380 mya
  23. From the album Scottish Acanthodians

    Ischnacanthus gracilis Lower Devonian Dundee Formation Forfarshire 380 mya
  24. Gyracanthus sp? - Pectoral fin spine

    From the album Scottish Acanthodians

    Gyracanthus sp? Lower Carboniferous, Visean Burdiehouse limestone Central Belt of Scotland 333.5 mya
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