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  1. I couldn't stay away from the river any longer. 13 days without a fossil hunt and the Peace River at the lowest levels I have seen made for too much of a temptation. I figured I would head to a spot off the main river channel where people have passed me by before without even seeing me. It also allowed me to park in a different area. Where I had parked on the last visit was getting too busy with people swimming and fishing. Got to the river early, about 7:40 am and no one else was around. Loaded up and headed up river. Had to get out and walk a few times as I pulled the kayak over areas
  2. PODIGGER

    Proboscidian Metatarsal?

    Made it back to the Peace River today. I went back to a prior area where I have not seen many people in the past, trying to still avoid others. Came up with many pieces of bone. The one I am seeking input on is the only one that I think has a chance of being identified. Best I can come up with after research is a partial mammoth or mastodon metatarsal. This was found right where I discovered a proboscidian carpal bone and a partial jaw bone last year. Any input would be greatly appreciated.
  3. PODIGGER

    Help with unknown bones

    I found the below three bones in the same spot on my last visit to the Peace River. I have not had much luck trying to ID them. Maybe just because they are not preserved enough or whole enough to find a match. I am hoping someone might be able to make an ID based on the photos. I even suspected they may be all somehow related. I would appreciate any input. Thanks. All three together: The largest bone - partial small femur? Second bone - Carpal? Tarsal?
  4. Kevofossilhntr1

    Help identify peace river find!

    I found this down in the peace river Florida area and it’s got me stumped. 1 perfect tooth in the jaw section intact. A second tooth right behind it that looks split in half. Any ideas?
  5. PrehistoricWonders

    Florida fossil ID

    Hello I need help to I’d this, my first thought was mammoth or mastodon?
  6. The Dude

    Tooth or Rock

    Hi again , I found this in the peace river in Nocatee , FL Looks like a tooth but maybe just a rock ? About 14mm long maybe bear tooth? Thank you as always!
  7. PaleoNoel

    Dasypus Imbricating Band

    Hi everyone, I know I haven't posted any fossils in the ID section for a while, but one recent post caught my eye. I immediately recognized a fossil on that post to be similar, if not the same as one I found in the Peace River in Florida back in the February of 2018. I now believe it's the imbricating band of some type of armadillo (likely Dasypus). It's about 2 cm long by .6 cm wide. I'd be happy to hear your input! Here's my specimen Here's some images provided by @Harry Pristis
  8. Me and my fiance headed into Wauchula this afternoon to try to find some good gravel spots at the behest of @Shellseeker and his helpful advice given to me on my last post. I have been to the Peace a total of 4 times, all within the span of a month or two because these water conditions are just way too good to pass up. Every time I come back to the river I have a new game plan and every time I actually get TO the river the plan goes out the window. Today's adventure was no different. We pulled up to Wauchula Riverside Park (Crews Park?) and were pleasantly
  9. PODIGGER

    Help with Teeth(?) ID

    Not being able to get out to the river I started going through some of my latest finds to research ID on some unknowns. I was successful with several horse teeth, deer and some others. I have been having difficulty with what I think are two partial teeth. The best I could come up with on the first is the tip of a capybara incisor. This was based on shape, size and color. The second tooth is similarly shaped and I think it is the same type tooth. Any input would be greatly appreciated. Item #1 : Photos of the second tooth(?):
  10. Hi everyone! I am a long time lurker of this community, I browsed these forums endlessly on advice, pictures, and video from many members who made me feel really confident in going out and actually getting into rockhounding. Me and my fiance wanted to document our trip to the Peace River in Florida. So we did. This is our first upload to our channel, and hopefully we will be uploading more as we go on more adventures. My goal with this video was for people to be able to see what it would be like to pull up to a boat ramp and go look for sharks teeth. We found a really nice young wh
  11. PODIGGER

    ID Help Please with 2 items

    I know I have posted more than one specimen recently asking about it being a whale tooth or not. I have trouble with these small tooth ID's and apologize for the repeated questions. Tis latest one has me wondering between whale tooth or possibly an incisor of some type. Here are the photos of that one: Any in put is appreciated. The next item I think is a possible claw: Sorry for the blurriness on the last photo. I tried several times but couldn
  12. Floridahunter

    Help with ID

    Little Help? Came from the Peace River north of Arcadia. Water level very low, was able to pick this up literally off the bottom while walking thru the shallow water.
  13. Hello all, I recently returned from Peace River with a few finds, including this 15 mm fossil. I believe it's a small herbivore tooth, but I'm new here so would greatly appreciate help on the ID. Thanks!
  14. CamilleH

    Seeking ID for South Florida find

    Hi everyone, I’m looking for some help identifying this find from the Peace River in Florida. It’s about 3 cm, and relatively conical in shape, with a slight curve to it. I’m curious if this is some sort of tooth, possibly crocodilian? I’m pretty new to the hobby, so any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance!
  15. The Dude

    Shark tooth 2"

    Hi to you , was wondering after I have done some research , I don't think this is megalodon ..flat cutting surfaces , no serrations at all . It's 50mm (2") found in peace river , Florida Thanks for any help!
  16. PODIGGER

    Dolphin/whale - other?

    Posted some shots of these finds over a week ago. Some folks asked for better pictures and I finally have them. My first idea was dolphin on the first one, but the glossy surface had me doubting that ID. On the second, it is quite worn and I was guessing it could be a whale tooth. So, the question is, are they dolphin, whale, neither? Any input would be appreciated.
  17. PODIGGER

    Tiny Teeth need ID

    Back on the Peace River yesterday where there was no other human being in sight. Found a number of the usual shark teeth, couple of horse teeth, partial deer antler, deer astragulus, mammoth and mastodon frags, turtle scutes, along with two tiny teeth that I have yet to identify. Searched on the forum and on line for anything similar but had no luck. Hopefully, someone will recognize these. First up is what appears to be the crown of a tooth a little less than 1/2" square. The bite surface is made up of several "bumps" and the underside of the crown looks to me like it is a button wit
  18. My mom is in town escaping the colder weather in Chicago and visiting the Boca house probably for the last time (we're moving to Gainesville, FL in a few months). We'd been talking about taking her out fossil hunting on the Peace River for some time but the last couple of years have been relatively short fossil hunting seasons with the water level on the Peace remaining too high for most of the normal "dry season". This year her visit corresponded well with perfect conditions for an outing on the Peace. The last time we were out was during the week between Christmas and New Year w
  19. PrehistoricWonders

    Bite marked bone?

    I was wondering if this was a bite mark and if not, what is it? Pen for size reference.
  20. Conner8484

    Peace river bones

    With the river low I decided to go to the peace river up in wauchula and try my luck, did alright and had fun but I have a few I can’t identify, help is appreciated ankle bone of some kind, not sure what animal digit? Appears to be a toe bone but again not sure odd shaped bone, cut pretty cleanly on some edges but appears to be fossilized
  21. Jen Morris

    Horse tooth?

    Hi there- I found this in the Peace River yesterday and was wondering if had finally found a horse tooth. I’ve got a copy of Fossiling in Florida and Florida’s Fossils (revised) and it does seem to be it. Your input would be very much appreciated and the final word. Jen
  22. PrehistoricWonders

    Peace River fossil hunt

    We went fossil hunting on the Peace River and found 200+ shark teeth. Thankfully, we didn’t see any alligators or snakes!
  23. Three finds from yesterday that I am hoping to get a bit of help on. The first is what I think is a bison metacarpel. Or is it Bos? Next up is what I believe to be a whale tooth: Last is what I first thought of as whale or dolphin, but it seems to have an extreme glossy and smooth finish. I then looked at a feline canine and thought this could also be a possible.
  24. I was hunting in a predominately marine fossil location, finding only small shark teeth. After a couple of hours, I suddenly found larger bones, (ribs, jaw??) and then a piece of coral, and then this non-rock... 9 by 12 inches !!! and either Atlas or Axis Vertebrae!!!! I had a feeling that it was whale !!! (thinking teeth) but not sure.. Any day with a great whale fossil is a great trip!!! I scrambled to dig 4-5 more sieves, but just found more small shark teeth... RATS !!!! On the way home, I managed to search images of Whale Atlas and Axis verts, and determined that th
  25. Shellseeker

    A piece of coral

    I was out to a marine location today, and besides some nicely colored little shark teeth, there were 2 items that are trip makers. One is a small piece of coral, 2+ inches wide. I would love an Identification, but I have other simpler questions. This piece of coral looks "complete". Is it? What happened to whatever it was attached to? Because there are polyp remains in the "holes", does that mean the holes were original? There are about 200-300 polyps on top of the coral.. Did this coral "die" at that point or could it have gr
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