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  1. Mammal tooth of some sort

    I would appreciate any help with an id for the tooth I found while on a peace river dig. I haven’t been able to find anything that looks close and thought someone at sometime might have come across something similar. Thanks in advance,
  2. Mmmm...mmmm, One of my favorites. Only the 3rd complete one I have ever found and in pristine condition!! I also found some very nice shark teeth but this was the highlight of the trip.
  3. I took the time to take a couple pictures while out hunting this time so figured I would post up a report The day started off horrible- an hour late leaving my house (and it's a 2 hour drive to the river), colder than expected and somehow I forgot my lucky shovel. I allllllmost turned around and said the heck with it but stopped in Ace hardware, bought a new shovel and got on with it. I decided to launch at a new spot and explore a bit since the day wasn't starting off great and most of my good spots are still under too much water to dig. I had already decided that I probably wouldn't find much but it would be a good break from life to spend the day in nature on this river I love so much. Did I mention it was cold? Well, it was cold enough I didn't see a single person the entire day and probably counted 50+ dead Tilapia and Snook as they can't take water temps under 52 for long. I paddled for quite a while until I hit a creek that had fairly high walls and decided to paddle up it to see if there was gravel. It was mostly sand but I kept probing and a ways up there was an opening in the trees and all of the sudden I heard sweet crunchy goodness a few feet down. Gravel in one of the only sunny spots? I thought Maybe my luck was changing... I also forgot my small screen which would have been great in this creek so only had my large screen with me but I made the best of it and started moving sand. 30 min in, I start to see nice big gravel and then the treasures started coming up. One of my best if not The best day I've had for mammal fossils so far in my hunting career. The highlight came about an hour into digging- a baby mammoth tooth! I'm not sure how complete it is but I was blown away when it came up. I immediately stopped and took a picture: This was my best screen of the day- (granted there were many with nothing) Glyptodont, Sloth and Megaladon A nice golden Meg Associated Horse teeth The best of the day- Mastadon tusk end The best Megs of the day I filled up a gallon bag with other broken megs, unique turtle shell pieces, verts and other cool stuff. It seems the hurricane and record high levels did some fossil replenishment this year so I hope to report back with more trips soon! Dig deep and fossil on!
  4. Hello everyone! I recently dug up this juvinille mammoth tooth and wanted to know if anyone can tell me how complete it is? I know it's missing the roots but I wanted to know how many plates they usually have? Also- is there a way to tell if it was from a Colombian? Thanks in advance for any insights! Ill do a full trip report soon
  5. Peace River Fossil Identification

    Hello everyone, I was collecting fossils at Peace River in a Florida. It is a part of the Peace River Formation (named after the river) who’s time period is from Late Oligocene-Early Miocene. Does anyone have an idea of what it could be? Thank you!
  6. Peace River tooth ID

    Hi everyone! I found this tooth recently as it almost dropped through my screen and wanted to see if I can get a positive ID. Looks like a possible partial canine but I've been fooled before. It has a slight flat spot on the side. Also you will note a Root in the last two pictures. I found this 2 yrs ago 10' away and the internals of this new tooth reminded me of the internals of the Root. Probably not associated but I posted pics of it just in case it helps. Thanks in advance!
  7. But the water was still pretty cold lol, not too shabby. Got the day off, doing something career-wise in the morning; so why not dig in the afternoon.. Saw a few dead tilapia probably from the recent freeze; one was franticly swimming about where water met land, no idear why. Anyways, started out not getting much gravel at all (but finding just enough to stay persistent), by the end kicking myself in the behind for not finding the gravel motherload sooner. Oh well, leaves some for the rest I suppose (for now..). Not too much luck w/ the small snaggles I was after again, would think they'd be super abundant for how common the big-ens are but they ain't lol, again just pesky small grey shark teeth seem to be. The few small hemi lowers I do have are looking better every moment, no idea why they are not more common & I have a good eye for it.. Some I kept only to donate to the upcoming fossil fest (but some of the smaller complete ones I'm keeping to expand the collection). Know I won't be lugging the 1/4" mesh PVC sifter to the 1/27 group hunt, but nice to use it every once in a while for more variety. Couple horse teeth, few nice little 'cuda teeth. One big stingray barb frag, must have been pretty long when whole. One very cool complete hemi, think it's a lower. Oh & a bone that really caught my attention ended up being a dugong skullcap! Think the longest one (top, middle) might be whale rib(?) No idea what the big spiral one (on the right) is but my gut says invert Also been wondering what these are. Usually find smaller ones, seem like some kind of molar & no idea what this bone is, please & thanks
  8. Really caught my attention while mostly looking for shark teeth today. My gut was telling me bone or gator part, but a buddy of mine thinks it might be a molar (gompothere frag maybe?) But it's also very dense (226 g, or 8 oz, only ~7 x 8.5 cm), lending me to believe it's from a dugong or whale. All I know is it ain't invertebrate or fish lol. Thanks! Trip report coming soon.
  9. I figured you guys would enjoy a few pictures of this Funky Pathological Meg I dug up in the Peace River a few weeks ago. It was a nice start to the season for sure!
  10. Being from California, we have never hunted the Peace River. We will be in the Naples area for a few days. Is anyone willing to take us out for a hunting trip? Can offer an exchange experience for Shark Tooth Hill in Bakersfield. This is an example of what we find!
  11. Thanks to contacts made by FF Member Megaholic (Chuck), this guy will soon be on it's way to the Department of Invertebrate Paleontology at the University of Florida at Gainesville in response to their request to have it for analysis and display. . Abertella dengleri Echinoid- Late Miocene, Peace River Formation - Hardee County, Florida, USA Thanks Chuck for making that connection for me.
  12. Peace River Vertebra ID

    I found this vertebra in Peace River and I haven't had any luck identifying it. Any ideas would be appreciated!
  13. To hunt or not

    I had gone out New Years Day and promised a friend Dave that I would go out today, Jan 3rd to the Peace River. We talked last night about the weather, air temps in the 50s, rain in the morning, winds 10-15 mph. We decided we could handle it. There are 3 of us who tend to hunt together. Each of the 3 spouses think all 3 of us are insane, with her particular spouse being the craziest of the 3. At 8:20 am Dave and I launched from Heard Bridge with a temp of 51 degrees and constant rain. We each had 7mm wetsuits, scuba gloves/boots plus Dave had a scuba skullcap. It stopped raining at 10:30 am, and was mostly sunny with intermittent clouds, and the breezes were sporadic. The primary issue for both of us was how our hands and fingers reacted to the cold. I wore a scuba glove on one hand, switching when fingers on that hand started having difficulty picking up small shark teeth. Dave just tried to tough it out, but at times had to use the index fingers to pick up each tooth. Dave found a couple of horse teeth, a pristine large puffer fish mouth plate, and many small teeth. Here are my finds: and a mass of smaller teeth which is pretty common on a Peace River hunt. Some closer shots: The broken Meg is 2.5 inches. 3rd photo is a cream enamel fragment of a Mastodon tooth... wish I had the rest of it. For those who find these crystalized sea urchen spines, here is an ID for the last photo. Dave and I talked while I was eating lunch and he was trying to pick teeth out of his last sieve, we agreed it had been another great day at the Peace, mostly because the weather is turning COLD! and only a crazy person would hunt the Peace before Sunday.
  14. Peace River Find ID Help?

    I spent the holidays down in Florida so I was able to get in a few days on the Peace River for some good fossil hunting. I posted the trip finds in a separate post. Here are some things I need some help on. Thanks so much! #1 #2 #3 long piece... antler tine? bone? #4 vert of what?? #5 bottom whale tooth? sperm whale?? #6 Thanks for help!
  15. Hey Everybody! Happy new year! So my wife and I went down to Florida for a week to spend the holidays with my mother in law who lives in Cape Coral. We spent a few days around Christmas on the Peace River canoeing and fossil hunting. The weather was great and the river gave up some of her bounty. The river was only about 12 inches below normal which was a little higher than I am used to but I'm not complaining. The higher water makes it harder to dig deeper when the water was already up to my chest in some spots but we managed to pull out some good stuff. Here's the bounty. I am also going to post some items in the ID section that I would need some help with so check out that post too if anyone can help. Thanks and enjoy! Shark teeth. I know just a fragalodon but look at the size of that tooth! Shark teeth. I did well with megs this trip! I actually pulled up my sifter on a dig and had 2 megs in it! That was a first for me Some interesting staining shapes on this tooth's enamel. From what?? Gator scutes, turtle, horse teeth, ray dermal scutes, puffer mouth plate, clam cast, and some mammal bones I believe this bone chunk has some predation teeth grooves on it?? Nice tortoise spur, manatee vert, turtle, horse teeth, middle pic is a drum jaw section, puffer mouthparts, alligator teeth, ray teeth, mammal bone pieces This stuff all came from one hole I was digging in. Lots of ivory pieces, mammoth tooth piece, toe bone?, vert?, whale tooth?, and large piece of bone. Lots of tusk pieces. I was hoping my shovel would scoop out a nice piece of tusk but did not. I will be going back to that spot later in the season. Saw a lot of big gators on the river on this trip too. This was a big one! Thanks for lookin!
  16. Mammal tooth in Jaw Frag

    Still stumped by this one thinking about submitting it for fossil of the month based on rarity alone. First tooth in a jaw I've found yet, seems to be carnivore. Found in a stretch of river with roughly plenty of Pleist. material.Thanks! @Harry Pristis @Boesse @ynot
  17. Very humbling as always to fossil hunt with people as enthusiastic, if not more in some ways, this sunday morning/afternoon with @Sacha and @Max-fossils. Great time talking fossils, Florida, etc. as well as finding my favorite commodities. Not very many people on the river today, still wonder why lol.. Not my best day on the Peace by any means, but still very fun & if I had to choose between quality & quantity, I choose the former and got just that. One really seems to be a wolf/bear dog?/ at least coyote premolar or molar in a jaw frag, has to be one of those or a similar species based on size alone. Not many hemi's, megs, few tigers, but I was barely getting any shark teeth in the first quarter of the hunt (using my 0.5" screen) so I'm happy to walk away with that haul lol. Also like the colors on my largest hemi of the day (the lower w/o much root). Also a nice porcupinefish/pufferfish mouthplate pretty early on, along with the carnivore tooth. & my 2nd glyptodon scute ever, also a nice christmas surprise. Saw a few gators on the way back, got quite a workout on the way upstream to the digging spot (would be suprised if nothing is sore tomorrow). Few more unknowns, maybe mammoth ivory, but I might post those later if need be. Just mostly curious about that canine molar/p. molar. Ironic or at least funny bc I just found my first terrestrial carnivore/omnivore tooth on my previous fossil hunt (a much smaller bear molar) Not to steal all the thunder, spoiler alert a sloth claw core was found along w/ some colorful shark teeth.. (not many pics on the river because I know Sacha & Max/his family took a few) P.s. Thanks again Sacha for organizing this hunt & loaning the kayak, & thanks Max for the unexpected goody bag; I'll have to get with you to confirm the correct ID's after I give it my best attempt. +Merry Xmas to all & safe travels!
  18. Peace river unknown

    This little molar (or pre-molar) is the only other item I found on my Dec 19th trip to the Peace. It's pretty worn down, but I was hoping someone could make an ID for me. Thanks for the time.
  19. This has been a pretty disappointing year so far, with the season delayed by high water levels and then very poor results on trips to the Santa Fe, Withlacoochee and Peace when I finally could get out. This last Tuesday yielded reasonable results which I'm thankful for since the trip was a scouting expedition in preparation for a Christmas Eve trip with @Cam28 and @Max-fossils. Most of the vertebrate finds are pretty typical. My favorite find, though, was this sand dollar that looks like it had been dropped into the river after being professionally prepped. We find thousands of fragments of these while we're screening, but this is the first complete one I've run across. I think it's the best find of the day. I'm hoping Paul and Max will get something on our trip that will make it memerable.
  20. Mammal tooth ID

    I found this tooth yesterday at Peace River and I haven't been able to ID it yet. I think it is a canine tooth from some type of mammal.
  21. Peace River Sharks Tooth Questions

    I have a few quick questions in regards to this tooth (measures approximately 2" in overall length) which I found last week in the peace river 1. What shark does this belong to? My guess is megalodon. 2. Does this belong to a Juvenile shark, or would this have been a smaller tooth on an adult shark? Either way, taking this to the jewelers because it's my first large shark tooth find!
  22. Small Mammal Molar

    Cute little molar I found on my shovel while shark tooth huntin'. No idea if it can be classified into species but seems to be from a small terrestrial carnivore/omnivore. Thanks!
  23. Ear bone?

    Assumed it was whale ear bone when I found it earlier this year (Peace river) but can't seem to find a match. Only about 1.25 inches long
  24. claws

    I found these together in the Peace River yesterday. I am pretty confident they are from one of the Xenarthrans, but not clear on which one. The sizes overlap and are too close to being the same for me to say. I suspect Glyptodont or Holmesina.Thoughts?
  25. Hey everyone, I'm looking for trip suggestions for this December. My wife and I recently had a little time free up and we have flight/hotel points to redeem. We'd prefer somewhere that's not super cold (we're from Colorado) but something that also has some fun things to do besides collecting, like hiking or exploring. I've been considering trips to NC, SC, or the Peace River. I'd love to hear from anyone who would have some suggestions for places where we can vacation and I can get out for a few afternoons to look for cool specimens. I'd be particularly interested in fish/shark tooth locations, but invertebrates would also be cool (especially ammonites, trilobites, etc). Let me know what you guys think - any suggestion is appreciated!
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