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Mikej_fossils posted a topic in Fossil IDHi! I am an new member. I have been collection for awhile and just started on buying more valuable pieces. A friend adviced me to check this Pachy toe on the forum. The main question is: is it an composit or - as the seller told me - associated? Background information: - Found in Garfield County (near the city of Jordan), Montana by the landowner. - The bones were found in the same hillside (spilling down a little wash). No other Pachy material was found nearby In one picture I the small toe bone is removed (maybe this is the mix-up). Hope you ca
The Amateur Paleontologist posted a topic in Questions & AnswersHey I just had a question regarding what counts as articulated and associated bones. Let's say I find the partial mandible of some crocodile. The left and right dentaries are connected as they would have been during the animal's lifetime. Would that mean that the bones are associated and articulated? Or would left and right dentaries be considered as one single bone? Sorry if this is a silly question...
I found these two cow sharks (notorhyncus primigenus, bluntnose seven Gill) yesterday, miocene, Brownies beach. They were on both on a previous tide line within four feet of each other. The colors and size a very similar, so is it possible or likely that the lower and the symphyseal are associated? As in, from the same animal?