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  1. GPayton

    Brazos River Skull Chunk

    Found this strange little chunk of bone about two weeks ago on the Brazos and have had zero luck trying to identify it on my own. Nothing seems like an exact match. The complex series of holes and tube-like structures on the one side makes me think ear bone, and the suture markings lining the edges of the bone on the back side make me think skull fragment. Similarly, the thin raised area makes me think zygomatic process. My best guess would be something like the temporal bone on the back of a bison or horse skull, but I haven't been able to find much to make me sure of that ID. @Harry Pristis
  2. garyc

    Proboscidean tibia

    I was able to go on a short hunt with my son and his girlfriend on the Brazos river Easter Sunday. The water had dropped a few inches and exposed a little bit more gravel that I had not been able to hunt yet. The first find of the day was a very nice sloth phalanx. On the way back I waited through the water and almost tripped over the second find. I thought it could’ve been a log. It was in about a foot of water and hard to see. The only part visible was the curve which made me think it could be a bone. I reached into the water and dug around the perimeter of the piece and was finally able to
  3. GPayton

    Unerupted Horse Tooth (Upper)

    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

  4. GPayton

    Horse Tooth (Upper)

    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

  5. GPayton

    Horse Tooth (in-situ)

    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

  6. GPayton

    Horse Thoracic Vertebra

    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

  7. GPayton

    Giant Tortoise Peripheral

    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

  8. GPayton

    Horse Tooth (Lower M3)

    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

  9. GPayton

    Horse Tooth (Lower)

    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

  10. GPayton

    Horse Calcaneum

    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

  11. GPayton

    Horse Medial Phalanx

    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

  12. GPayton

    Horse Medial Phalanx (in-situ)

    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

  13. GPayton

    Bison Molar

    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

  14. GPayton

    Bison Molar (in-situ)

    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

  15. GPayton

    Deer Proximal Phalanx

    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

  16. GPayton

    Deer Proximal Phalanx (in-situ)

    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

  17. GPayton

    Lumbar Vertebra

    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

  18. GPayton


    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

    The result of a four mile kayaking trip to some remote point bars. Notable finds include the large section of horse jaw, the alligator and horse vertebrae, the proximal end of a bison femur (with a calcite encrusted inner cavity), and the horse hoof core.
  19. GPayton

    Giant Armadillo Osteoderm

    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

    Holmesina septentrionalis
  20. GPayton

    Mastodon Tooth Cusp

    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

    Mammut americanum
  21. GPayton

    Soft-Shelled Turtle Plastron

    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

    Apalone ferox
  22. GPayton


    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

    All found on the same sand point bar. Notable finds include the proximal head of a bison rib, a large piece of soft-shelled turtle plastron, and a giant tortoise epiplastron.
  23. GPayton

    Turtle Hyoplastron

    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

    Accompanying illustration from Dr. Richard Hulbert's Guide to the Fossil Vertebrates of Florida.
  24. GPayton

    7/5/20 (Pt. 2)

    From the album: Texas Pleistocene

    All found along the same sand point bar. Notable finds include the mammoth tusk segment and possible unciform (wrist bone), the horse metatarsal, horse hoof core, peccary molar, bison molar (the bluer tooth is from a modern cow), the distal end of a horse scapula, and a Gary/Maybon type projectile point. The two large chunks of bone underneath the mammoth tusk turned out to be from modern cows.
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