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  1. Ima Surchin

    Claw? Tooth?

    location: Sweetwater, TX Tooth or claw?
  2. Hi All, Been a while since I've been out collecting but I just got back from a trip to Matoaka Beach Cabins along the Chesapeake Bay. I found an interesting section of limb bone in the surf and would like your opinion as to if it belonged to a land or sea mammal. Found in the surf piles near the cliffs at Matoaka Cottages, St. Leonard, MD. Most likely from Shattuck Zone 17 (St. Leonard Member) or Shattuck Zone 18 (Drumcliff Member) of the Choptank Fm., Miocene, Neozoic. If you need larger versions of any of the pics, let me know. Thanks!
  3. Ima Surchin

    What is this? #2

    Location: Sweetwater, TX looks like an egg kinda
  4. Hi All, It's been a while since I have posted, let alone gone collecting but I just had a really good trip down to the Matoaka Beach Cabins in St. Leonard, MD. Here you can pay $5 ($10 on weekends) to access their beach which gives you about 1/3 of a mile to explore. I went down on Tuesday the 14th since I had some time off from work. It coincided with an extremely slack tide which directly led to many of my best finds. No shark teeth unfortunately, except for two pieces that were just roots with the toothy part broken off. I did however clean up on Ecphora sp. and Cetacean bo
  5. sharktoothboy

    New Jersey Cretaceous Bone ID

    Hey everyone. I found this bone at a creek in New Jersey known for its Cretaceous fossils. It's very dense and heavy. I am having trouble finding an exact match to this bone and would love to hear your opinions on it. Thanks for your help!
  6. Phil M

    Strange bone

    Found this odd looking bone in Big Brook today. Any ideas? I did a burn test and it will not burn and doesn’t stick to my tongue size is 1.5” x 1.25” thanks.
  7. I found this bone end along the bay in Maryland last weekend, and wondered if there’s enough there for someone to identify what beast it might have come from. It’s hollow so possibly avian? But not necessarily... Thanks for looking!
  8. SeaJay

    crustacean dactylus? Jaw bone?

    My mom found this on the beach in Wilmington North Carolina while hunting for shells. I've done some image searches online and my best guess is that its a dactylus or pincher from some type of large crustacean or crab. The piece is approximately 6 inches long. My parents thought it could be a jaw bone of some type of sea creature. Any help or best guesses would be appreciated!
  9. Ima Surchin

    Stone or Fossil?

    Anyone know what this one is?
  10. JJT3

    Mammal bone ID help

    Hi Everyone, I found this in an NJ stream where I have found other Pleistocene mammal material. Not sure if this bone is modern or not. I think this is half of a large atlas vertebrae. It also appears to have a cut/saw mark.
  11. Dandelion_Sidhe

    Animal Long Bone?

    Hi. So, I have a couple of pieces of animal bone that I cannot identify - I feel like I should know what they are but just can't quite put my finger on it. They were located in Lincolnshire, England, and I'm after the type of bone they are and possibly the animal - although large (cattle sized), medium (sheep sized) or small (rabbit sized) would also work for what I need them for. I will post each individual bone in a separate post to make it easier to identify. This one is approximately 122mm long. I think it's a long bone, but can't identify the actual bon
  12. Joe_Sk1

    Found in the Badlands

    No idea even if it's plant, animal or ?
  13. Dandelion_Sidhe

    Animal Bone Identification - please help!

    Hi. So, I have a couple of pieces of animal bone that I cannot identify - I feel like I should know what they are but just can't quite put my finger on it. They were located in Lincolnshire, England, and I'm after the type of bone they are and possibly the animal - although large (cattle sized), medium (sheep sized) or small (rabbit sized) would also work for what I need them for. I will post each individual bone in a separate post to make it easier to identify. This is approximately an inch long. Ignore the writing on the side as bone marking is to make sur
  14. Dandelion_Sidhe

    Possible animal rib?

    Hi. So, I have a couple of pieces of animal bone that I cannot identify - I feel like I should know what they are but just can't quite put my finger on it. They were located in Lincolnshire, England, and I'm after the type of bone they are and possibly the animal - although large (cattle sized), medium (sheep sized) or small (rabbit sized) would also work for what I need them for. I will post each individual bone in a separate post to make it easier to identify. This one is approximately 74mm long. I initially thought it could be a rib, but now I'm unsure.
  15. Dandelion_Sidhe

    Animal bone - please help with ID

    Hi. So, I have a couple of pieces of animal bone that I cannot identify - I feel like I should know what they are but just can't quite put my finger on it. They were located in Lincolnshire, England, and I'm after the type of bone they are and possibly the animal - although large (cattle sized), medium (sheep sized) or small (rabbit sized) would also work for what I need them for. I will post each individual bone in a separate post to make it easier to identify. This one is approximately 45mm long. Please forgive the photos being taken in two different locat
  16. Not sure this is even bone, but found in NJ Cretaceous stream, I wet it down to show what even looks like little toothmark scrapes on it that are similar in angle and size in different sections, like something moving around taking bites. Any ideas if its bone? Mosasaur roots found in this area too, never found one but maybe this could be?
  17. acetabular

    Horse Metapodial

    A presumed horse metapodial from the Eocene sediments of the Big Horn Basin (Wyoming). Post some other things from here as well, but was wondering if anyone could narrow down this ID. Thanks!
  18. Please help me ID this component of a conglomerate block found in Romania, Harghita county. Compared to the rest of pebbles and matrix, it is outstanding in every way: size, shape, internal structure. There is no reaction to vinegar and all considered, I would say it is a piece of chalcedony. Did the silica replaced wood, bone or not a fossil? Thank you! Diameter is ~45 mm, lenght ~90mm.
  19. mr fossil

    Fossil bone?

    Hi this is what looks like a bone found in quaternary marine limestone where I only find fossil shells and marine fossils so this is definitely out of the ordinary I found this in Saudi Arabia Jeddah if anyone knows what this might be I would love to know thank you
  20. tinkerdragon123

    Fossil ID

    I found this at a beach and I am wondering if it is a fossil, and, if it is, what is it?
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