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  1. hokietech96

    Nice Little Shark Tooth

    It has been a bit since I have done a post. It has been over a year since I have been out hunting. I am days away for things to open up for me.... finally. I am ready to just live in a creek and look for fossils for weeks. I have been lucky to pass the time over the year looking through matrix from different locations. I was very fortunate and extemely thankful to receive some matrix from @sharkdoctor. These two squalus teeth are from matrix in Calvert Formation in central Virginia. Each of them are just a tad over 1mm. Found this one last week Just found t
  2. Kaldridge

    Shark coprolite or tilly bone?

    Found at Calvert Cliffs in Maryland. Is this a shark coprolite or broken tilly bone?
  3. fossilsonwheels

    Potentially interesting Calvert Frm teeth

    As I’ve mentioned in other posts, we got quite a bit of matrix from @sharkdoctor recently. Much of what he sent was from the Calvert Formation. Most of what we found was fairly easy to identify as Aaron provided the guide for the Calvert. When I got the very end of the bag from lag site 210, I found a couple of teeth that I could not match to those in the guide. They appear to me to be Catshark but of a different morphology than those in the guide and quite a bit different from those I had found. They are a bit larger than the other Catsharks I found and overall seem to look more
  4. Kaldridge

    Tooth?

    I am lost on this one everyone and would appreciate some input. It is quite small, only about .5 cm in height. Found in Calvert county, MD
  5. fossilsonwheels

    Fun with Calvert Formation micros

    We were very fortunate to get quite a bit of Calvert Formation micro matrix and some great teeth from @sharkdoctor. This is my first exploration of this formation and I am loving it. Lots of Carcharhiniformes material and it will take me a little time to ID some of Carcharhinus teeth but that is a good learning experience. I need the practice. The very fine matrix has been my favorite. I’ve found a few Scyliorhinus teeth, a few Squalus teeth and a few Mustelus teeth. Raja teeth are way more common than in STH. I’ve searched a lot of STH matrix and found 2 Skate teeth. It took me 1
  6. sharkdoctor

    Weird Calvert Formation shark tooth

    I think I saw this tooth form in an identification book at some point and laughed at it. It's such a weird tooth. However, I can't find the reference now. It's driving me crazy. Any ideas what this is? It is possible that the tooth was reworked from an earlier formation (Old Church or Piney Point). From the Calvert Formation, bed 3. The scale box=5mm. Lingual surface? Labial surface? @jcbshark @MarcoSr @Al Dente @Gizmo @fossilsonwheels
  7. I was going through my collection and found this tooth in with my Carcharias (Sand Tiger) teeth from Bayfront Park, Calvert Cliffs (Miocene). It doesn't resemble the others and I wondered if it might be something else. It is 7/8 of an inch tall. Thanks.
  8. HoppeHunting

    My Best Megalodon Tooth Yet!

    Hi everyone! This is my first post here on the forum in what feels like forever. I'd like to be active here again, and thought there was no better way to kick it off than showcasing my meg tooth! Some of you may have already seen the tooth on my Instagram, Facebook, or YouTube, but I wanted to make a post on here as well. I found the tooth last week along Calvert Cliffs. It's approximately 4.1" slant height and in near perfect condition. It even has that iconic Calvert Blue color on the crown that I love so much! I've been dreaming about finding a tooth like this ever since I start
  9. SharkySarah

    Is this a sand tiger tooth?

    Is this a sand tiger tooth? Found in the Calvert formation
  10. SharkySarah

    Is this a bull shark tooth?

    Found in the Calvert formation. Wondering if it’s a bull shark tooth
  11. SharkySarah

    Is this a Mako?

    Is this a mako tooth? From the Calvert formation.
  12. SharkySarah

    Any idea what these are?

    Going through my collection and trying to put a name to these. All from the Calvert formation. Please note the numbers on the paper identify the different teeth.
  13. SharkySarah

    Can someone identify these?

    Going through my collection and trying to put a name to these. From the Calvert formation. Please note the numbers on the paper, these are to identify the individual teeth
  14. SharkySarah

    What is this?

    Found this in the Calvert formation. Is it too worn to identify?
  15. SharkySarah

    Lower hemi or sand-tiger?

    Are these sans-tigers or Hemipristis? Found in the Calvert formation. Note the different numbers for different teeth.
  16. SharkySarah

    Is this a hemipristis?

    Are these hemipristis teeth? Found in the Calvert formation
  17. Finally getting around to posting about my recent trip to Stratford Cliffs in Virginia with the Maryland Natural History Society. It was a lot of fun, found some cool stuff, and met some nice people. Here are pictures of some of the finds I took home!
  18. Another new extinct mysticete-related paper is available online: Bisconti, M., Damarco, P., Mao, S., Pavia, M. and Carnevale, G. (2020). The earliest baleen whale from the Mediterranean: large‐scale implications of an early Miocene thalassotherian mysticete from Piedmont, Italy. Papers in Palaeontology doi:10.1002/spp2.1336 Atlanticetus lavei constitutes the oldest fossil mysticete from the Mediterranean Basin, considering that the fossil record of mysticetes from the early-middle Miocene in the Mediterranean basin is very sparse. Note that the authors of this paper mak
  19. WhodamanHD

    Isurus retroflexus

    Found between Plum Point and Parker’s Creek. It is an upper anterior. Isurus retroflexus may be conspecific with Isurus paucus. Not found in situ.
  20. Daleksec

    East Coast Fossils Prep

    Turtle humerus found in a fallen block. From the Pope's Creek Sands of Virginia.
  21. From the album: Tertiary

    Carcharias sp. Sand Tiger Shark Tooth Miocene Calvert Formation Calvert Cliffs Bayfront Park Chesapeake Beach, MD.
  22. Jeffrey P

    Calvert Cliffs Tooth or Bone?

    I found this small tooth or bone fragment at Bayfront Park on Tuesday. Any help with the ID would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  23. almach

    Aquasco shells

    Here are some of the fossil shells I collected near Aquasco, Md in 2001-2002. Most found in the material brought home. Part 1 Almach
  24. I found these bony fish ear bones on various trip to Brownies Beach, this one with four are I believe Sciaenops sp. The one with three are Micromesistius cognatus, and the last one with six are Pogonias sp.
  25. FossilsAnonymous

    Upper C. Hastalis (narrow form)

    From the album: Maryland Fossils

    Left to Right 1 8/10 inches in height, Miocene 2 inches in height, Miocene Calvert Formation
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