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  1. Texas Fossil Hound

    Water snake and catfish fight in a Texas creek

    From the album: Cartier's favoroite fossils

    Hint, The snake won.
  2. I am wondering why Lake Gosiute has been closed off to the public. It is the only part of fossil lake that has catfish and I really want to try and find one, instead of paying thousands of dollars for one. I have heard it was bought by a company, but I was still wondering if they would let a small private team dig or if they would sell any of the fossils. Thanks for any help!
  3. justJohn

    Maybe Catfish , or a potato

    I really do not feel I can say what I think this is, as last time I jumped in, made a mess . Okay I found this fossil about five years back in Cheshire , UK . I was walking in a field , I had my metal detector, I could see a farmer on a tractor. Having walked towards him , he put his head out of his door , shouted yes , I just pointed to the ground and to the detector. I made a sweeping motion with my detector. The farmer shouted over his tractor engine yes, do what you want. After detecting for a time, I noticed the stones looked kinda strange and started putting some in my pockets . after a
  4. Rowboater

    rapp creek hunting- catfish spine?

    After looking at the Net, this seems to be a fossil catfish spine. How can you tell if it is a pectoral or a dorsal spine?
  5. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/03/ancient-egypt-catfish-fossil-palaeontology-science.html
  6. Shark Tooth Hunter

    Calvert Cliffs 3/3/17

    Had a decent day at the cliffs. Found the usual stuff but I'm curious to see if anyone can ID what I think is some sort of whale/porpoise tooth? To sum up the finds, I think I found more jelly fish than shark teeth... hopefully the bay won't be loaded with them this summer! I also came upon a good sized catfish stuck in about 3 or 4 inches of water. I ended up carrying into deeper water so I hope it made it out ok. Thanks for any info on the tooth also. Conor
  7. Astephus and Hypsidoris are both members of the Family Ictaluridae, native to North America. Green River catfish are easily recognized by their stout dorsal and pectoral spines, scale less bodies and broad skull. Ictalurid species have four pairs of barbels (or whiskers). Like modern catfish, they possessed a vibration sensitive organ called the Weberian apparatus. The Weberian apparatus consists out of specialized vertebrae at the front of the spinal column which passed vibrations to the inner ear using the swim bladder as a resonance chamber. The structure essentially acts as an amplifier o
  8. oilshale

    Astephus antiquus (Leidy, 1873)

    Astephus and Hypsidoris are both members of the Family Ictaluridae, native to North America. Green River catfish are easily recognized by their stout dorsal and pectoral spines, scale less bodies and broad skull. Ictalurid species have four pairs of barbels (or whiskers). Like modern catfish, they possessed a vibration sensitive organ called the Weberian apparatus. The Weberian apparatus consists out of specialized vertebrae at the front of the spinal column which passed vibrations to the inner ear using the swim bladder as a resonance chamber. The structure essentially acts as an amplifier o
  9. jcbshark

    Some Florida Ids Please

    I've had a few things accumulating over the last few hunts that I'm not sure of and would appreciate any input. Thanks in advance looks to be a carnivore toothview 2view 3odd looking piece I hope it's distinct enough to IDview 2little jaw but unfortunately no teethview 2view 3I thought these were just broken ends but they are very similar so it makes me think they are fairly complete and maybe possible to ID. I think they may be a type of periotic possiblyview 2view 3view 4view 5
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