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  1. Lone Hunter

    Help with teeth ID, any bison?

    My collection of teeth I have tried to ID and want to see if I got any of them right, all came from creek that is QAL. First group I think is bovid, maybe little one on end deer? Next 2 teeth I'm not sure about, last group thinking might be bison. Wasn't sure if pictures of root end are needed.
  2. Mercedes Coxca

    POC Tooth Find

    Hey y'all! Was wondering if I could get some help ID'ing this tooth that I found in Post Oak Creek this evening. I asked the Dallas Paleo Group on FB and a couple of people said it looked maybe human (also pig), but I am not that lucky lol (not that I am saying they are wrong or that I don't value their ID! I don't know enough on the subject to draw a conclusion) I thought I would come here for some second opinions <3 Please ignore the dime. And thank you in advance. I fully expect it to be a deer or cow or something xD (I only just posted in the FB group about an hour ago so the discussion
  3. dbrake40

    Bovid Radius

    From the album: Some Minnesota ~Fossils

    Found in Southern Minnesota crick bed.
  4. dbrake40

    Molar Position

    What position is this molar from? Am I correct in thinking the m3 molar is the only molar with a third lobe? As shown below. I believe its bison bison m3?
  5. dbrake40

    Partial Jaw Bovid, Cervid?

    Found on a river gravel bar in southern MN.
  6. Found in SouthWestern Pennsylvania. I’ve been told this is probably an Elk Astragalus definitely Bovid. How can I rule out cattle? What are the measurements of an Elk Astragalus?
  7. I was thinking I could keep a running update on my bison prep, discoveries in learning, general happenings. . . Maybe a bit like Ralph’s aka Nimravis’ “Sometimes You Have to Whack It”, only my bison prep style if it isn’t too dull and boring. A recap. I found an almost complete, articulated bison with the skull in January 2019. I have collected the majority of it. I’m working on processing stuff still and prepping it. I’m totally new to vertebrate paleontology type stuff. So there is a big learning curve. I still have bits sitting in bags or small plastic box
  8. ethos23

    Iowa mammal bone ID help

    Hi everyone, I found what I think are a lumbar vertebra and an astragalus bone. I'm not sure how old they are, but they both seem pretty weathered and possibly mineralized. Both appear to be from bovids(?). These were found on a river sandbar around Ames, IA after recent spring flooding. Does anyone know how to distinguish bison from cattle bones? The vertebra is 35 cm wide, 10 cm long, and 8 cm tall. The astragalus is 7.4 cm long, 5.5 cm wide, and 4 cm deep.
  9. KimTexan

    Bovid ID?

    Ok as if the clam wasn’t enough excitement for the day, not that this is exciting I also found what I believe is a very old, but modern cow skeleton, which I believe is most likely fully articulated. I just want to confirm it is cow. I went fossil hunting yesterday, which was almost a complete and total bust for me. Rarely happens, but that was the case fossil wise. However that does not mean I didn’t find some really cool, very, very cool, want so badly kind of stuff, but I couldn’t carry them out because they were too big and heavy. Anyway, it was miserably hot.
  10. coled18

    River Finds

    Hi all, Recently my brother and I were on the Republican River in NE Kansas after the water went down a little and found a bunch of bones and bottles. I am having trouble determining some of the bones as bison or cow, so I need your help here. And also, we found what I think is a claw, measuring about an inch in length. Thanks for the help, and let me know if you need more pics. Cow or Bison lower leg? I think its bison; it is pretty heavy and seems to be well mineralized, but not completely fossilized. And the mystery claw-like
  11. coled18

    Mystery Sacrum

    Hi all, This was found in NE Kansas among a bunch of other deer, cow and bison bones on a sandbar. Any idea what it is from?
  12. Muhammad Usman

    Astragalus of camel, Bovid or ?

    hello all, I found this astragalus bone from Miocene/ Pliocene Siwaliks. i am curious whether it is of camel or of bovid.
  13. LordTrilobite

    Bison priscus Calcaenum

    From the album: Mammal Fossils

    Bison priscus Bojanus, 1827 Right side Calcaenum or heel bone of a Steppe Bison. Location: North Sea, Netherlands Not to be mistaken for the heel bone of a giant deer, which is quite similar. megaloceros giganteus heel bone

    © &copy Olof Moleman

  14. Micah

    Bovid phalanx

    Just found this in the same little creek in southeast Nebraska that I've found stuff before. I believe it is a bovid phalanx, but I'm not very good at mamal IDs. Can anyone confirm or deny? It's dementions are approximately 1"X1.75"x1.5".
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