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  1. Praefectus

    REMPC-P0031

    From the album: Prae's Collection (REMPC)

    REMPC P0031 Fossil Leaf Impression Cretaceous, Cenomanian Dakota Sandstone Elisworth Co., Kansas, USA
  2. X-fish

    Cimolichthys nepholica Jaw

    From the album: Kansas Cretaceous

    44mm long. Collected in the Smoky Hill Chalk in Northeast Lane Co. KS

    © Isaac Fox

  3. X-fish

    Cimolichthys nepholica Jaw

    From the album: Kansas Cretaceous

    63mm long. Collected in the Smoky Hill Chalk in Northeast Lane Co. KS

    © Isaac Fox

  4. X-fish

    Fish Fin Fragment

    From the album: Kansas Cretaceous

    25mm long Collected in the Smoky Hill Chalk in Northeast Lane Co. KS

    © Isaac Fox

  5. X-fish

    Pentanogomius evolutus photo #2

    From the album: Kansas Cretaceous

    27mm across the disk Collected in the Smoky Hill Chalk in Northeast Lane Co. KS

    © Isaac Fox

  6. X-fish

    Pentanogomius evolutus photo #1

    From the album: Kansas Cretaceous

    27mm across the disk Collected in the Smoky Hill Chalk in Northeast Lane Co. KS

    © Isaac Fox

  7. X-fish

    Squalicorax sp.

    From the album: Kansas Cretaceous

    12mm on the slant Collected in the Smoky Hill Chalk in Northeast Lane Co. KS

    © Isaac Fox

  8. X-fish

    Cretoxyrhina mantelli

    From the album: Kansas Cretaceous

    33mm on the slant Collected in the Smoky Hill Chalk in Northeast Lane Co. KS

    © Isaac Fox

  9. X-fish

    Squalicorax sp.

    From the album: Kansas Cretaceous

    12mm across the root Collected in the Smoky Hill Chalk in Northeast Lane Co. KS

    © Isaac Fox

  10. X-fish

    Squalicorax sp.

    From the album: Kansas Cretaceous

    11mm on the slant Collected in the Smoky Hill Chalk in Northeast Lane Co. KS

    © Isaac Fox

  11. X-fish

    Squalicorax sp.

    From the album: Kansas Cretaceous

    15mm on the slant Collected in the Smoky Hill Chalk in Northeast Lane Co. KS

    © Isaac Fox

  12. X-fish

    Squalicorax sp.

    From the album: Kansas Cretaceous

    15mm on the slant Collected in the Smoky Hill Chalk in Northeast Lane Co. KS

    © Isaac Fox

  13. X-fish

    Squalicorax falcatus

    From the album: Kansas Cretaceous

    20mm on the slant Collected in the Smoky Hill Chalk in Northeast Lane Co. KS

    © Isaac Fox

  14. X-fish

    Kansas Smoky Hill Chalk Finds

    These were all collected last summer, from the Smoky Hill Chalk in Northeast Lane County Kansas. Any help/suggestions/corrections would be much appreciated. 1 12mm Long Enchodus? 2 13mm Long Enchodus? 3 20mm across Gillicus arcuatus? 4 Entire piece put together totals 48mm in length. Not sure on the genus. Better pictures to come. 5 29mm long Stratodus? Seems to bear some resemblance to strato2.jpg (790×562) (oceansofkansas.com). The other possibility I thought of was a damaged Cimolichthys.
  15. X-fish

    Protosphyaena sp. tooth

    From the album: Kansas Cretaceous

    30mm long. Collected in the Niobrara Chalk in Northeast Lane Co. KS

    © Isaac Fox

  16. X-fish

    Enchodus sp. tooth

    From the album: Kansas Cretaceous

    5mm long Collected in the Niobrara Chalk in Northeast Lane Co. KS. Suggestions/corrections on the ID are welcome

    © Isaac Fox

  17. Dblackston

    First Year 4H Exhibit

    We have been collecting for our first year 4H exhibit. These were all collected in Kansas in the Smoky Hill Chalk and also in Southeast Kansas around Greenwood, Elk, and Chataqua counties. We are looking for some concensus on our identification. We have had a hard time this year due to Covid. When we used to do this 15 years ago we would go to big meetings where we would get help identifying things. This year it was all identified on site and the leaders were very busy helping many people as best they could. As you can see we have already caught quite a few errors ourselves so we
  18. Benniboi01

    Fossil Hunting in the Kansas City area

    I am a completely inexperienced fossil hunter currently living in a suburb of Kansas City, about 30 minutes from the Missouri side of Kansas City. I know a lot of land in Kansas is privately owned and off-limits to fossil hunters, but I'm not so sure about what's on the Missouri side. Are there any places around Kansas City that are relatively novice-friendly that I could start out with?
  19. X-fish

    Possible Archimedes

    I collected this a couple years back, from the Topeka Limestone in Elk Co. Kansas, and it was identified as Archimedes. Is that correct? it doesn't look quite right to me (in fact, I think it looks more like Penniretepora, but I could be wrong). The specimen is 18 mm long. I apologize for using the penny for scale, the picture was taken before I started using a ruler as the scale in my fossil pictures, and my camera is having problems right now.
  20. Dblackston

    Ireland Sandstone Ripple Marks

    We found this yesterday outside of Sedan Kansas on a 4-H Geology field trip. It was with a thinner layer of sandstone just below a thick layer of Ireland sandstone. One of the leaders thought it was ripple marks. I also thought it looked like ripple marks but wanted a second opinion. We would hope to be able to display this in her geology exhibit as a fossil if it is truly ripple marks.
  21. Dblackston

    Kansas Trilobite

    We found this near Eureka Kansas in association with Americus Limestone. It is my first time finding more than a fragment. We were wondering if a genus could be narrowed down. I don't have any items for scale yet to put in the picture but it is approx 3/8" across. At its widest.
  22. SpenRob

    Bison?

    Found this along the Kansas River in NE Kansas. I know it is a distal humerus, but am I right to assume this is a bison species?
  23. ThePhysicist

    Cretoxyrhina mantelli (4)

    From the album: Sharks

    Cretoxyrhina mantelli Ginsu shark Niobrara Fm., Gove Co., KS (leftmost 2 teeth) Eagle Ford Group, Sherman, TX (largest tooth) Eagle Ford Group, Dallas, TX (rightmost 2 teeth) A collection of teeth from a formidable Late Cretaceous lamniform shark. This species competed with other sharks and marine reptiles in the Western Interior Seaway ~ 90 Ma. It likely filled a similar niche that the Great White Shark does today. The ginsu was on average larger than the Great White. Oh, it also ate dinosaurs.
  24. Grizzlydan

    Cant figure it out

    Found it in northeast kansas cant find it on any chart
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