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  1. Ckeoke

    Found tooth, bison or cow.

  2. PODIGGER

    Bovid ID help

    I was out on the Peace River, FL yesterday and found several interesting fossils. By taking advantage of many of @Harry Pristis excellent photo arrays I identified teeth found yesterday as domestic pig and a horse incisor. Unfortunately, even with Harry's example of cow vs bison and looking at several other sources I am still unable to decide if my find is bison. So I am hoping for some input from all of you to help with a definitive ID. The crown/bite surface of the tooth measures 32mm x 28mm. In the first photo I have placed yesterday's find on the left and wh
  3. Jojo5818

    Bison or Cow Molar? Fossilized?

    I found this tooth in Ladonia, Texas. It was sitting almost on the surface of a river bank. I’ve researched and think it is a M1 molar but I do not know if it is cow or bison. Also, I don’t know if it is a fossil or recent. If someone could help it would be much appreciated!
  4. PODIGGER

    Help with deformed tooth

    I found this tooth yesterday and thought bison right away. But it appears to be deformed and or broken so it caused me to doubt my ID. I would appreciate feedback on what others think. The crown of the tooth measures 12mm x 20 mm and is 10mm tall. Thanks!
  5. PODIGGER

    Hoof Core?

    Had a pretty good day on the Peace River, FL yesterday. Wanted to get one more hunt in before the temps dropped to the point it was just too cold to stand in the river all day even with a wetsuit. Find included deer teeth, camel/llama premolar, peccary tooth crown, gator teeth and the usual assorted shark teeth. I also came up with what I believe is the hoof core pictured below. After going through numerous photos on line and on the Forum I thought it was too big tube deer and too small to be bison, the shape didn't fit for horse. That left me with camelid as a possibility. I would greatl
  6. Brandt

    Cow vs bison tooth

    Wondering if this is a cow, bison, or horse tooth. Was found on the platte river in central Nebraska. It does appear to be fossilized so I’m not sure how old that makes it. Originally thought cow but since it does seem to be fossilized I’m not sure there were cows in Nebraska that long ago. Any help is appreciated
  7. Finder76

    Prehistoric Bison???

    Could someone please tell me if this a Prehistoric Bison bone? I found this above ground in Northeast Georgia. I can't remember the measurements & I have stored it at a safe place. Opinions are welcome! Thank you.
  8. Brandy Cole

    Axis Vertebra--Bison?

    Found a large vertebra in the Brazos riverbed where mostly Pleistocene fossils are found. I believe it's a C2 axis vertebra. Due to the size, I was thinking it could be bison. Is that correct, or could it be another large mammal? Thanks, Brandy
  9. PODIGGER

    What ungual phalanx?

    Found this bone in the Peace River, FL last week. I have been attempting to narrow down an id since then. I believe it is an Ungual Phalanx but have not been able to determine from what. It measures 35 mm long x 35 mm wide and 33 mm tall at the highest point. As such, it is larger than what I can find for deer or llama and smaller than than what I have found for Equus or bison. That has led me to an old post from @Shellseeker that resulted in a giant tortoise id for an ungual phalanx and makes me think this could be another. It was found in a spot that produced several tortoise leg spu
  10. cayosusa

    Would this be bison astagalus?

    Found in the Peace River, I think it is bison astragalus or horse, not sure. Please comment. Thank you. 1E5CE109-5BA3-4F17-8C50-B920953CEE3D.heic CEDBC9CE-394A-4302-8548-FC939C5EC7F6.heic CEEE7181-8D5B-4CFA-AA1D-7B8F1F28DD84.heic AB8E0575-9298-4C5E-8539-B5E09A2DE1AF.heic
  11. Brandy Cole

    Vertebral spinous process?

    The Brazos River is down enough to hunt some again in my area. This is a find from yesterday, sandy gravel matrix in the river. Pleistocene era. I'm thinking it looks like a spinous process from a large vertebrae, but I'm not positive. I'm also unclear on size differences and other distinctions that could help me narrow down the species. I was thinking possibly bison or camel. Any ideas would be great.
  12. 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.
  13. PODIGGER

    ID help Peace River finds

    I have four specimens I found yesterday in the Peace River, FL that I need some help with on a positive ID. First up is what I believe is a 4" fragment of a mammoth tooth with a long root? Next up a nicely colored Bison upper molar? I am hoping for an ID on the following Vert that I think is cetacean? Finally, what I first thought to be a vert when pulled from the river. I now have doubts due to the various indentations on the surface. I am pretty confident it is bone but
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