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  1. joshuajbelanger

    Buffalo? Bison? Bull? New? Old?

    Hey everyone, Staying on some private property with a river in central Colorado. While walking the creeks looking for anything of interest, I came across this. I am not familiar with the horned creatures! Is this bull? Buffalo? Bison? Antiquus? I don’t know, any information would be much appreciated. My wife wanted to get a picture and then looked a little peeved when I said, “Why? I’m taking it home.” Lol Sorry for the pics, don’t have anything to scale. Lemme know what you think. I can post better pics tomorrow. i thought it was driftwood at firs
  2. ericliutexas

    A fossil rock from Lake Ontario

    Can you please help me ID the fossil rock in the picture? Also would like to know anything about it you can share. I found it on the shore of Lake Ontario this afternoon. Thanks in advance!
  3. urban gypsy

    Tooth identification

    Found approximately 5" below current soil level in central Kansas. Closest item to tooth was thumb scraper which was about 2" in length. Buffalo? Horse?
  4. Hello, I found this specimen on the banks of the Buffalo River in NW Arkansas. I have been puzzling over this for the past week and have decided to ask the experts here to see if anyone knows what this possibly could be. It is hard as a rock and heavy.
  5. Eggman

    Oklahoma Skull

    Not sure what I have. Any info would be appreciated. Out of Oklahoma.
  6. 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
  7. G..

    Buffalo femur?

    Has this bone been around long enough to be a fossil? Found Nemaha River valley. Who's hand was this in so long ago?
  8. A former 4-Her of mine found this and knew I liked fossils so he sent it my way. It's a fairly large partial skull. From what I have read on here, I imagine it is bison bison as opposed to bison antiquus. The tips of the horns are 22 inches apart and if you tie a string between the tips it is exactly 2 inches above the skull. It isn't complete like a lot of the others they have found, but I really like it. The strange thing I am curious about is the hole in the forehead. He thought it might be a bullet hole, but I would think it would have done more damage than just
  9. I got this from a friend about 2 months back. Lately the black coating on it has been flaking off. I am not sure what it is and was curious if I should remove it or do I need to stabilize it with something?
  10. Ramo

    Bear jaw?

    Found these jaws today in a creek in Kansas. Found around bison and elk parts. I'm guessing and hoping bear, but could be more recent. What do the mammal experts on here think?
  11. Sasquatch1112

    Any sites in eastern Iowa

    Any known sites near Davenport Iowa or Buffalo Iowa?
  12. Mankind00

    What is this tooth from?

    I work for an ecological restoration company and I work in rivers all the time. I find weird things from time to time, but I am stumped. Please help I know it’s a “petrified tooth” but I don’t know what it is from. Any ideas?
  13. It's taken me a while to post this, but my boyfriend and I took another trip to Penn Dixie on the Fourth of July! For those who have been to Penn Dixie I'm sure you know it's impossible even for a total newbie to leave empty handed. I didn't get anything super amazing like some of the full trilos th at I've seen other people post, but I did get what I went in hoping to find - gastropods!!! I THOUGHT that I found 2 - the large one and the good spiral one. But when I started washing the mud off them last night I discovered two others on the other side of some chunks that we had kept for their tr
  14. Hey everyone, This past weekend I was out in Buffalo, NY for my bachelor weekend. My brother planned a fun fishing/hiking/fossil weekend at an air b&b on Lake Erie in wanakah. We had the house from May 30th to June 3rd. Buffalo is like my Mecca. I need to go there at least once a year and get back to my roots where I first starting being fossil crazy. I did some form of fossil hunting every day. I came out to buffalo early and stayed late to get extra time in! One major highlight from the weekend would be 3 pygidiums and a cephalon w/ 3 body segments of the rare pseudodechenell
  15. KimTexan

    My Texas Bison Bonanza

    Last June 2018 I stumbled upon the skeleton of a bovid in a creek that was quite old considering it was down 5 feet or so in a bank. I thought it was a cow. I collected the bones that had fallen and a couple that easily came out without any real digging. I brought them home and washed them up and most have been sitting out on my patio under a bit of cover. Last Wednesday night I went to the monthly Dallas Paleontological Society meeting. While there I bought a book on cow and bison fossils. This past Saturday I had a busy morning and afternoon and got home a little after 3:00. I
  16. Billymacdaddy

    ? Mammal tooth

    I live in upstate New York in a small town called Fabius southeast of Syracuse. My son found this tooth in the woods behind our house in a seasonal stream bed. We are not sure if it is bison tooth or cow tooth or even if it is old ie....did not pass the burn test. Thankyou so much for any info.
  17. Mamabear86

    Identification

  18. I have spent more dollars on my pet bison than I have ever spent on fossil related tools. I’ve purchased: - A poster on bovine skull anatomy. I couldn’t find a decent free one online. - Butvar 76 - Paraloid B72 (auto correct kept wanting to “paranoid” LOL) - Cyanoacrylate (More of it. Ran out during extraction) - A couple books. One is on “consolidants, adhesives and coatings” in conservation. It is somewhat more technical than what I was expecting. Not beyond my comprehension, but definitely a more in-depth study kind of read. Its detailed chemistry of all the materia
  19. FollowingTrail17

    Eurypterid in Buffalo?

    Hello all, I am a newer fossil hunter in the Buffalo, New York area. I am doing some personal research of the eurypterid in New York. Obviously with the eurypterid being the fossil of New York it does have high density in New York, more so upstate, but I am looking for some in the direct Buffalo area. I've read a few studies done by local paleontologists and geologists of it being found in the Lang's fossil quarry, Pittsford, as close as Holland, and just over the border in Fort Erie. With that said I think it's easy to then assume it's here in Buffalo, but don't know where to sear
  20. JustPlainPetrified

    Buffalo calling stone

    A few years ago I was prospecting the lands to the south of the Blood Indian Creek Reservoir (not a reservation) and found this weathered piece of ammonite. My jeweller friend said it was a buffalo stone and I thought little of it until I started to clean it up a bit today. I checked the legend of the Buffalo Calling Stone and found it to be an interesting topic and thought I'd share it here with a photo of the piece. The shell (ammolite) remaining will be quite nice once finished. You can clearly see the buffalo shape and the broken outline along the back of the large sutures as well as the
  21. Tyler Matters

    Bison tooth or cow tooth?

    I got a tooth that I found in a river or creek in central Iowa. I'm not sure exactly where I found it, just that I found it in the water. I was wondering if it is a bison tooth, but I can't tell the difference between bison and cow teeth. I found a partial bison skull with the horns in a creek I go to, so it wouldn't surprise me if it is a bison. I included a picture of the front, back, and grinding surface. Thanks for any help.
  22. Tyler Matters

    Old Bison Horns?

    I'm not sure, but I found what I think is the top of a bison skull with the horns. I found it in central Iowa, sitting on a sand bank in the middle of a river/creek. Could someone tell me if it is? The horns are kind of straighter like an ancient bison, could someone estimate the age and tell me if they think it is? The horn spread is just over 21 inches. It seems pretty old and almost fossilized. Thanks for any help in figuring it out. I'm really interested in what you have to say.
  23. Mrs.Johnson

    Need help identifying??

    Hello....I'm an excited newbie!! Can anyone please help us identify this petrified bone and tooth? We found it in a lake in West central Minnesota. Buffalo perhaps?
  24. Still_human

    Eurypterid-sea scorpion

    From the album: Invertebrates and plants(& misc.)

    Eurypturus lacustris arthropoda chelicerata bertie Gr. Williamsville (A) Fm Buffalo, Western New York silurian
  25. JurassicParkCarnotaurus

    So Many Fossils!

    Wow. I recently got back from a trip to visit some family in Buffalo, New York and Canada, Eh?. In Buffalo my Aunt and Uncle have a house on Lake Erie. It never occurred to me to look for fossils on the beach (mostly rocks down there), until this trip. So I went down for about an hour or so and broke a few rocks but mostly just found the fossils lying around. I can tell you, this was the most productive hour of fossil hunting in my life. I could barely go a minute without stumbling on one! I don’t even know what to do with all these. A great expirece overall and my Uncle especially enjoyed see
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