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  1. I found these yesterday on a terrace near the Brazos. Any help with ID is very appreciated!
  2. JohnRich

    Vertebra ID?

    Found in southeast Texas, Harris County, Brazos River. Any idea what this might be from?
  3. My husband went to our special place with out me!!! I don’t know any more about the bone in the comments, than this picture, he just text me these pictures and can’t talk right now because he’s driving. I’ll find out later I guess, it’s still cool. Anyone know what lived there that it may belong to??
  4. Dscorp069

    Help identify

    Hello ,im david and i enjoy fossil hunting,im new at it so could use some help, with identity ...thanks
  5. Y’all look!! Another crab concreation!! Yeah what a fun hobby!!!
  6. DeeMoji

    Nature's tie dye?

    So I found this pretty rock and felt the need to bring it home. Can anyone tell me why it formed like that?
  7. nautilus_dweller

    Currently in Bryan Tx

    Hey y’all!!!! Currently in Bryan tx looking to hunt the brazos tomorrow! Anyone have tips or hints? I’ve heard the whiskey river is pretty good, I’m focusing on sharks teeth myself.
  8. nautilus_dweller

    Found this, not sure tho

    Hi all! Dug around whiskey bridge yesterday and found what resembled a geode. The top part came off so I dug the rest out, any ideas?
  9. fossilus

    Ereotherium caudal??

    This is a vertebra that I found on a gravel bar last month on the south Brazos. It is large but has a small neural opening, and I wonder if it is from near the end of the tail. Someone have a clue? It does look like a megatherium caudal that I found in a paper, but that photo is poor.
  10. garyc

    large mammal bone

    I found this several months ago on the Brazos River, Texas. The articulating surface measures about 7 x 8 inches. I'm thinking it's a chunk of proboscidean pelvis. I also considered scapula, but leaning toward pelvis. Also, any way to differentiate between mammoth and mastodon? Thanks!
  11. I don't know what these fossils are. But my observation is. The 3 biggest fossils have a dense soft sponge center (florist type sponge) and glass shells. The first 3 also have a sharp edges. The other 3 show the deterioration/transition process. #4 has lost most of the soft sponge core. #5-6 are solid fossil. They kinda look like some type of digging claws. What are they?
  12. garyc

    rodent jaw?

    Here's another jaw I found on the Brazos River. Hope someone can help me id it. The total piece is 4 inches long and the length of the longest tooth is 3/8inch across the top of the crown.
  13. garyc

    pleistocene jaw w/ teeth

    Any ideas for what this jaw belongs to? Pleistocene river gravel from the Brazos in SE Texas. The teeth are either very worn, or the crowns have broken off. Thanks!
  14. Jakuzi

    Brazos River?

    I'm canoeing the Brazos river next weekend(weather permitting) starting from the Possum Kingdom dam and headed 20 miles down. I've had luck finding bivalves and gastropods on other parts of the river. This section of the river is new to me. I'll be on the river 3 days. Any tips on what to look for and where to look for it would be appreciated. Thanks guys
  15. ChasG

    Brazos River mystery ID

    I have searched for a comparable but can't land on anything close. I am fairly convinced it is a femur but cannot ID the animal. Usual suspects of Pleistocene era mammals don't seem to match. Any help is appreciated. Found it on the lower Brazos this week.

    Bone ID

    I know its not much to go on but I was hoping the ridge line in the center might be a tell tale ID feature? Found along the lower Brazos river.

    Tooth and ????

    My coworker found these in the lower Brazos river area. The tooth his horse right? The second find appears to be bone or is it geological? Thanks in advance
  18. garyc

    Is this ivory?

    I've had this piece from the Brazos River pleistocene gravel for a while and finally got around to taking some pics. I think I see schreger lines, but maybe just growth rings of wood. What do y'all think. Hope the pics are clear enough.

    Tooth ID

    Found this tooth in the Brazos River near Waco,Tx.
  20. ChasG


    I believe this is an Ulna from a North American Camel. Picked it up in the Brazos earlier this month before the river rose 34'. I have added a side by side of a horse Ulna to show the size differential. I have not completely eliminated the possibility that it is really big horse. What are your thoughts? Camel? Big horse? other? Thanks for the input.
  21. jshclvrt1

    Large Pleistocene astragalus?

    I have had this bone for a few months. I found it in the lower brazos river in southeast Texas. I find Pleistocene and recent bones. I've looked all over the skeletons of my usual suspects cow, horse, camel but have not found a match. I think it is complete. Today I was looking though one of the excelent galleries here and saw a cave bear astragalus. It was too small but kind of had the shape I was looking for. I found what might be a closer match with the sloth. I'm just matching Google images though. I'm wondering if anyone can tell me if I am hot or cold. I'm not sure how to hold this so s
  22. jshclvrt1

    Pleistocene disk

    Hello This is another recent find of mine in the lower brazos TX. I first was calling it a shark vertabra but now I am unsure. I see examples of vertabra here showing concentric circles and a Well defined center. Mine is more like bone. Could it be part of a mammoth foot or phalange? I still think it is some kind of back bone though. Thanks for looking.
  23. jshclvrt1

    Mammal tooth?

    I found this tooth and antler in the lower brazos river. The antler looks a lot like deer to me. The tooth is my first to find. I haven't found a similar tooth searching through the forum, so any thoughts?
  24. jshclvrt1

    Mammoth femur?

    My largest find yet! I am quite certain because of its size it is mammoth but I'm curious to see if there is enough bone to make a better ID.
  25. garyc

    More Sloth?

    Well, we recently solved a sloth mystery and I think I have another sloth bone. Is this possibly a knuckle or metacarpal? I saw an image on line from Florida that looked very similar, but much smaller.
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