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  1. fishlover

    fossil fish identify

    This is a fish from germany frauenweiler,oligocene.Recently buy from ONLINE,seller say it is belong to perciformes,but I dont know the exact genus. By the way,the fish is about 6cm. Do anyone know the exact genus this fish is? Thanks for helping.
  2. MudstoneMullusk

    Ghost Shrimp Carpus

    What I believe to be a carpus of the major chela of a ghost shrimp. Not an unusual find for me, but this was found near an exposure of Pittsburgh Bluff formation where previously I have only found them in Astoria formation.
  3. fossilhunter21

    Some White River Formation Fossils For ID

    Hello everyone! Earlier this year, in August, I went fossil hunting in the White River Formation. This jaw was one of the first specimens I found. Unfortunately when I found it, it was actually in better shape... When I found it it had obviously been out in the weather for quite some time, and so it was kind of fragile. I was not thinking, and just took it out of the ground, hoping I could put most of the pieces together later. I know it was a dumb decision, and I won't do it again (hopefully...). Along the way, I lost some parts, and so now it is not near as complete as it was.
  4. From the album: Fossilhunter21's collection

    Genus: Archaeotherium Location: Our Heritage Guest Ranch, Crawford, NE Date of Discovery: 8/9/22 Image of Archaeotherium mortoni Skull:
  5. From the album: Fossilhunter21's collection

    Genus: Archaeotherium Location: Our Heritage Guest Ranch, Crawford, NE Date of Discovery: 8/9/22 Image of Archaeotherium mortoni Skull:
  6. Mahnmut

    Parts of Hoplophoneus?

    Hello dear fellow forum members, some years ago I acquired a partial Hoplophoneus skull from the white river badlands. The seller included some small bones supposedly found in more or less close association with the skull. I think a proximal fragment of the radius, some broken metapodials and digits, something that may be part of a skapula and maybe an astragalus, all except the digits with big question marks behind my ID. And one conical thing that I cannot place, first hope was maybe a badly preserved tooth, but I do not think so any more. Any ideas? Thanks! J
  7. Hey all. I had these pictures sent to me by a friend, and we're both totally stumped over what this possibly could be. It was found pretty densely surrounded by other shattered bone. Any help at all would be greatly appreciated- we've really been scratching our heads over this one!
  8. I know it's in a zillion pieces. I dug it out as best I could. Any ideas what animal?
  9. CH4ShotCaller

    Washington Fish Nodule

    Early Oligocene fish nodule from the Lincoln Creek Formation in SW Washington state.
  10. Neanderthal Shaman

    Tusk Shells!!!

    A humble mount of some of the tusk shells I've found in Centralia. I've only ever found one that was complete. These things are like graham crackers, they crumble from the slightest touch, so needless to say, safely removing them from the sandy shale can be a pain!
  11. Found this cool complete little bone while screening some gravel in a Summerville creek. Seems familiar but not enough to hazard a guess. Thanks for looking!
  12. fossilhunter21

    Helix Leidyi

    From the album: Fossilhunter21's collection

    Species: Helix Leidyi Location Crawford, NE Date of discovery: 8/9/22
  13. fossilhunter21

    Helix Leidyi

    From the album: Fossilhunter21's collection

    Species: Helix Leidyi Location Crawford, NE Date of discovery: 8/9/22
  14. fossilhunter21

    Oreodont skull #2

    From the album: Fossilhunter21's collection

    Species: Merycoidodon sp. Location: Crawford, NE Date of discovery: 8/12/22
  15. fossilhunter21

    Oreodont skull #2

    From the album: Fossilhunter21's collection

    Species: Merycoidodon sp. Location: Crawford, NE Date of discovery: 8/12/22
  16. fossilhunter21

    Oreodont skull #2

    From the album: Fossilhunter21's collection

    Species: Merycoidodon sp. Location: Crawford, NE Date of discovery: 8/12/22
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