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  1. Shellseeker

    Blue Jefferson

    Just sharing the joy. My friend Steve found this Sloth Canine yesterday. Close to maximum size, bluish tint, beautiful. Enjoy. A photo from the internet with tooth in jaw.
  2. BellamyBlake

    Southeastern United States Sharks

    I received a lot of teeth from the Southeastern United States today. I couldn't identify three. While many of these came from Bone Valley, I can't say for certain that these three are from that locality. The only provenance I have to go with is the Southeastern United States. Here are front and back shots for each of the three teeth. The first two are 1/4", while the last one is 1/8". Each has cusps. I would appreciate any help with this. Thank you, Bellamy
  3. Hey everyone! i was wondering If I could get your opinion on two things with this tooth. 1)does this look like It was found in a BV, golden beach, Etc. location? 2)I had someone suggest that this may be a transitional GW, due to the fact that the serrations are uneven, and get larger, and smaller depending on where you look, even though the serrations don’t seem damaged.
  4. Mulletnsteps

    Small spiky thing - Florida

    Very small, roughy one centimeter. Found near the Peace River. Apologies for bad photo quality. On a trip and can upload more when I get home. Thinking maybe part of some kind of fish jaw?
  5. BellamyBlake

    Bone Valley Makos

    Hi, I have 3 teeth here from Bone Valley, Florida. They appear to be Mako, but I'm not sure if they're Hastalis. Size range is 1" - 2". Could anyone confirm for me? Thank you, Bellamy
  6. BellamyBlake

    Alligator/Crocodile Tooth Fossil?

    I have here a 25mm long tooth from Bone Valley, Polk County, Florida. It is from the Miocene. The seller advertises this as a crocodile tooth. To me, it looks alligator. I could be wrong; how might one differentiate?
  7. We are both very inexperienced college kids and have not had a whole lot of luck so far. Just the occasional shark tooth and Seabiscuit. I thought it might be worth while seeing if anyone around here wanted to show us some cool spots. I'm sure we could make it worth your while lol
  8. Christopher11

    I’m sure....a NEWBIE question

    Evening! I spent a couple days in Bone Valley (FL) and found this. Is it something or am I just being hopeful? I hope I don’t look like a wishful idiot here. Thanks and stay safe everyone. chris
  9. BellamyBlake

    Megalodon Tooth Locality Identification

    I have here a Megalodon tooth. The one who sold it to me mention it's from Florida. I'm interested to know the locality because I'd like to acquire Megalodon from every major site. This looks Bone Valley to me, based on the coloration. Could anyone confirm if that's enough to say so?
  10. Donna Straw

    Bone ID

  11. Sharing my quest to find 1...just 1 decent Meg. I found a spot in the peace river, lots of gravel and so peaceful area. Even finding anything still makes for great day. So my very first shovel I pull out that Mako in the first picture! Wow so excited I was! Broken up root but that is OK, its so cool. So I come back to this spot and search...and search about a dozen times usually 3-4 hours each time. The first picture is all the Mako/Meg teeth pieces I found during all these trips. Now, like I said, the peaceful time I spend, eating, relaxing watching the fish jump, occasional alligator st
  12. Maxsg

    Peace river toe bone and vert

    I have found some unique items from my last trip I would like to share. But first I would like to say that i'm sad to see how people are treating the rivers lately. I have noticed a large influx of hunters and thats fine but the people digging huge holes in the sides of the river walls and bringing teams out to excavate large portions of riverbed make me sad. Gainesville has already stopped shovel digging in the rivers. Peace river is next if people don't start respecting the rivers more. So anyway I found what I think is a toe bone on my last trip. It was in a very over hunted area but there
  13. Hello, this is my first time at attempting to trade fossils. In this trade I have a variety of fossils that I am willing to trade for other fossils (This is all offered together). I am specifically looking for amber inclusions, Mesozoic vertebrate material, dinosaur fossils, and small theropod teeth from any location. 1- Large Clam Shell from the Jurassic of Madagascar 2- Enchodus sp. fang from the late Cretaceous of North Texas 3- C. Hastalis (Mako) Shark Tooth from bone valley of northern Florida (1.6 inches long) 4- 2 Burmese amber specimens from the
  14. Just reminder see Tff Calendar for more about this show in Lakeland.
  15. So I recently made a post showing some of the teeth I pulled from the Peace River over the holiday break at the end of 2019 ( link below ). I love Megalodon teeth with a passion. Like many other hunters, they are my goal when I go out fossil hunting. I have found though that river teeth are much more fragile and lighter than most land found teeth. I'm not sure if that is due to properties in the water. Maybe over time the rivers wash away some of the minerals in the teeth making them more fragile and worn down. Either way after my 3 day river hunt I was happy with the haul of Meg teeth that I
  16. Kurufossils

    Mystery Mini Bone Valley Mammal Toe

    Hello everyone, I was looking through a small bag of finds from a year ago from the little digging area outside when I visited the museam in Polk county Florida, and came across this tiny mammal toe that I don't really know what animal it came from, any and all help is appreciated
  17. It had been a while since my last good fossil hunting trip so I was very excited to have free time over most of December. I had three free days the week before Christmas and I made use of everyone of them. The first day I went out with the goal of trying new areas that I had not tried before, so I spent most of day one trying new locations and coming up with only one good spot that produced some nice smaller teeth but nothing too amazing shark tooth wise. I did however find my first Tapir tooth but the root structure was missing. The next day out was spent mostly adventuring throu
  18. Hi everyone, Requesting one more ID tonight. I received a bunch of bone valley teeth (mostly Megs), but a few others sprinkled in. This beautiful speckled one is stumping me. It is not a hemp and not a lemon as can be seen in the photos. It is just over 3/4”. Do you think it is a bull shark?
  19. jonnyquest

    White Megalodon Tooth

    Rare Albino Bone Valley Megalodon 3.583"
  20. jonnyquest

    Bull Shark

    Here are some Bull Shark teeth I was able to acquire since Bone Valley Megalodons are a bit pricey. They are like tiny Meg's. Enjoy!
  21. cavemanfl

    Memorable hunt FL

    I had a pretty decent hunt recently. The highlight was bending over to pick up a section of mammoth tooth and as I was spotting the arrowhead less than 12" away.
  22. Racheld1

    First Florida Megs!!

    Finally found my first megs!!! The largest I found within minutes of starting to look. They are a bit beat up but I'm a happy camper Also found some other cool stuff, one being a very rough looking whale tooth!
  23. 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
  24. cavemanfl

    Florida humerus

    I found this today. Not sure exactly what it is from. It is 6" in length.
  25. cavemanfl

    Good Florida hunt

    So today I was going to try to get in the Peace for a bit. I know where some gravel beds are that you can get in when the water isn't quite as low as you want. I messed around for about an hour but then it just wasnt paying off. One good hemi and everything else was just jar teeth. So I packed up and headed to my old stand by spot. Did pretty good but also put in a lot of hours. *In the pic the top is a section of mammoth tooth it is hard to tell looking at the pic now.
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