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  1. Kevofossilhntr

    Help identify shark tooth

    So I found this tooth sifting through all the little extras from my fossil trip to Florida, it doesn’t look like any of the other common bull sharks, lemons etc. I think it is a baby megalodon but I’m not sure, it is serrated but a little worn, it’s much wider and not as narrow/pointy as a typical bull. Thoughts?

    ID Help -Yesterday Peace River

    So yesterday was a great day on the Peace River. I found what I believe (hope) is a Mammoth spit tooth. If not it's a nice chunk of tooth plates. I posted a quick shot that was somewhat blurry in the discussion section last night promising better pictures today. So, first an overall from yesterday's best finds then to four shots of what I hope will be confirmed as the spit tooth. Input is much appreciated!

    ID Help Please

    Did a lot of online searching trying to id this little specimen. What it seems to most resemble is the top if an Equus incisor. Could that in fact be what it is?

    ID Help Please

    Looking for help with ID on these two finds from the Peace River, FL. Closest I could come to an ID on #1 is an Echinoid. On #2 I am thinking it could be a giant tortoise leg spur? Any input would be appreciated.

    ID Help Please

    Two more finds from last week I would appreciate some help on. First #3 is what appears to be bone of some type. It is heavier than it looks and feels solid. #4 I believe to be a mammoth tooth fragment and am seeking confirmation. Thanks for any input!
  6. joshuajbelanger

    Tell me what YOU think this is?

    Found this yesterday in the peace river in Florida. Now, I think I know what this is, but I would like some positive ids from you guys. I hope this is one I can check off the bucket list before I leave Florida. Also, if anyone can ID this turtle, please let me know. I found the whole thing embedded in clay, and now I have a bit of a puzzle on my hands. Would be nice to see some pics for reference. -J
  7. Kevofossilhntr

    Help identifying peace river find

    So I took a trip down to Florida and tried my luck in the peace river, i found a bunch of awesome stuff but this one piece stumped me I can’t seem to figure out what it’s from. Any thoughts??

    ID Help

    Found the pictured item in the Peace River. While looking through ID literature I came across a Gomphothrerium tusk picture that highlighted the black spiraling band in the tusk. Could this be a tusk fragment? Sorry for the lack of measurements. The piece is small, only 1" x 1.75".

    ID Help Please

    Good day on the Peace River yesterday. Found horse, mammoth, mastodon teeth along with several varieties of shark teeth. Also pulled up the below specimen. It came up in one piece and I placed it in the shade on the bank. After about 30 minutes I picked it up to move it to my kayak. That is when the piece in my hand broke off. Retrieved as much of it as possible. Got it home in a plastic bag and submerged it in fresh water as soon as I could. Only took it out to take the photos. Small pieces continued to flake off the underside whenever it was touched. I tried to position it as it was fo

    ID Help Please

    Spent the day on the Peace River yesterday with some success. I was concerned, after the recent rains, that the river was getting too high. I was still able to get to my latest spot via kayak (just made it under one downed tree). Found a few nice Megs, Snaggletooth, Horse teeth and Tiger shark. Also, found a few items I can't identify. I have purchased a copy of Vertebrate Fossils: A Neophyte's Guide along with Fossiling In Florida to help ID the finds. As a novice I am enjoying the learning experience and am grateful that the Forum is here to help when I am stumped. So here is the first
  11. Macacoty

    Petrified wood or something else?

    Found this in the Peace River. In the pictures it looks like a wet piece of wood. It’s definitely fossilized. I’m thinking petrified wood but the color doesn’t look like any prices I’ve seen before? Also, what type of sharks are the last two teeth. I think one of them might be a small meg. If it is, it’s my first meg!!!!
  12. Floridahunter

    Small Mandible from Peace river

    Recently found, very small, roughly 1.5 inches. Any ideas? Doesn't look like feline or canine. Thanks
  13. joshuajbelanger

    Peace river-I’m thinkin’ horsie?

    Found this two days ago in the peace river. I’m thinking horse, but I’m about to move and my fossil id books are packed up(cardinal sin, I know.) Lemme know what you guys think. Thanks in advance. -J
  14. Going to post this multiple times due to multiple images. There are just a couple here that I am most curious about but would love any and all feedback. I will post in the order of priority for lack of better words. For some context, took the family to the peace river up in Zolfo Springs, near Arcadia. We found approx 50 teeth, mostly small but some cool ones. Lots of Ray plates and some bones. Most of these are placed up against a US penny simply for a size reference. Any help in identifying would be much appreciated. Thanks all!!!
  15. Conner8484

    Peace river scute of some kind

    I found this yesterday in the Peace River and only really looked at it now, I think it’s an armadillo scute but I’m not %100 sure. Help is appreciated!
  16. The peace river was still low so I decided to try my luck, ended up finding some decent stuff and two mystery items. I think the first is a pathological mako tooth but I’m not 100% and I don’t know anything about the bone so help is appreciated!
  17. Peace river rat

    Any ideas

    Found in the Peace river today. At first I thought vert remnant, I think turtle. On each outer long side, there is a line in the middle that is very turtle like.

    ID Help Please

    These two, being as small as they are, have me confused. I am leaning toward mammoth on #5. Could #6 be Sloth? Any input is appreciated.

    ID Help Please

    Last one I hope to get some help on is circular and had me thinking it was a ring when I first pulled it up. It is not metal (tried a magnet) and has the bone sound to it when tapped. Inside seems to have some bone material. Vertebra?

    Seeking Confirmation

    Back to the Peace River yesterday and the spot I have been digging for the past few weeks keeps on giving. I believe I have identified the two items displayed here after several hours of searching the web and looking at hard copy references. Specimen #1 that I believe is Bison is thanks to a post from 2012 by Shellseeker. He posted a tooth that he noted as a Bison upper premolar, P4 that I think is a match. Item #2, also after a long search that included prior posts by Shellseeker, I believe (hope) is a fragment of Glossotherium Harlani - Harlands Ground Sloth. Please let me know what you

    ID Help Please

    Two more items from the Peace River yesterday that I hope may be able to be identified -

    Help with ID Please

    Several interesting finds from the Peace River Wednesday. I will post in pairs and hope for assistance with ID. First up are two specimens that came up on the same shovel. Guessing at #1 as a Giant Armadillo Scute, #2 I have no clue. Thanks for any input.

    ID Help Please

    These last two resembled some photos in the books I had on hand but nothing definitive. When tapped with metal they do have that distinctive bone/china sound. Could they be claw cores? Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
  24. Jaspers Legacy

    Peace River, Florida Tooth?

    I found what looks like a tooth in the Peace River near Arcadia, Florida. Any idea what it came from?

    ID Help Please

    Sorry to be posting so many things at once. I do truly appreciate the feedback you all can provide. Last three items from my Wednesday trip to the river follow. I also found numerous shark teeth of various kinds, but no outstanding specimens. Many pieces of turtle shell, ray teeth/mouth plates were also recovered. Here are the last for help with ID. #7 maybe mastodon or mammoth tooth fragment? The unnumbered item I have no idea on. Thanks!
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