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  1. johnnyvaldez7.jv

    Unusual Rock?

    I found this on a gravel bank here in Southeast Texas on the Colorado River...I didn't want to leave it because I thought it was pretty unusual. Well, for me anyway....I don't know much about rocks...but in all my years I haven't seen anything like this. It's probably common as can be and easily identifiable to the rock guys...but I thought it was cool as heck on account of the amber colored porous section on top, swirl pattern in the middle and the greenish blue bottom. Different colors, distinct layers. Oh, And I spend alot of time looking at the rocks trying to find fossils so this did sta
  2. johnnyvaldez7.jv

    Deer awl "dagger?"

    So earlier today I went down to my usual small area to check out a gravel bank since the river level had dropped, and I found this in the mud and sand where the water receded. At first I thought it was a piece of rusted metal when I picked it up and then I realized it was a bone...an ulna. Having served in the Army and Marines I immediately grabbed it as it had a handle and thought to myself that this looks like a weapon...a dagger...not knowing anything about it. And also thinking it could still easily function as a weapon even with the river wear it has...it's still very capable of puncturin
  3. johnnyvaldez7.jv

    Texas - Flaky Humerus from?

    I found this nice little bone today on a gravel bank of the Colorado River here in SE Texas. I think it's part of a humerus and even though it has some missing pieces and some wear I am thinking it belongs to a bison. Also this is the second piece I've found where it feels heavily mineralized but yet it flakes like a biscuit.
  4. johnnyvaldez7.jv

    Texas - Skull base?

    Found this bone fragment today in SE Texas on a gravel bank of the Colorado River. Not sure what it's from...I was thinking it might be the base of a mammal skull...not sure of the scientific name for it. Has a small bit of matrix on it. Any thoughts? Sorry I haven't had a chance to clean it. And are there teeth marks on it? These closeup marks seem unusual.
  5. johnnyvaldez7.jv

    Coprolite or something else?

    So this has been staring at me on the shelf for sometime waiting for an ID. Jokes aside...I found this on a SE Texas gravel bank...thought it was real peculiar looking...seemed to me to look like a coprolite...it has an unusual shape to it with markings all around...and if it isn't...what could it be much less the rectangular piece in the photographs? I thought maybe the small piece was bone or something. And the whole thing is solid as a rock and heavy. Sorry the pics are so close...wanted to get the details.
  6. johnnyvaldez7.jv

    Texas - Fossilized Bison Hoof?

    Lucky me the river level is dropping after a small increase but it was enough for me to hit the usual spot and find a few things today. Found this very solid specimen that after searching online I believe it might be a bison 3rd phalanx or a hoof core? I almost passed it by because I thought it was a rock...it's definitely fossilized. It's the first one of these I've found so I thought it was pretty cool. Probably an overkill on photos but I wanted to get the best photos I could of it. Found in SE Texas on a gravel bank of the Colorado River.
  7. johnnyvaldez7.jv

    Texas - small tooth

    I found this little tooth...or at least part of a tooth and I can't figure it out. It's 1 cm wide...I'm assuming it's the chewing surface of a larger piece...but to what? Thanks for any help with this ID. SE Texas - Colorado River.
  8. johnnyvaldez7.jv

    Texas - Raccoon femur?

    Is this little guy a raccoon femur? It's about 12 cm long...found it in the sand on a Colorado River bank here in SE Texas. Looking online it seems to fit.
  9. GPayton

    Colorado River Antelope Tooth?

    Found this little artiodactyl tooth on one of my trips to the Colorado River near Wharton, Texas about a month ago and have had some trouble getting a concrete ID. Any teeth other than bison or horse are basically impossible to find in the Brazos and so I'm way out of my depth with this one. I'm assuming it's too small to be camelid and the pictures I've seen that most closely resemble it are of antilocaprid teeth. This one must be an m3, the third lobe is just broken off (which you can see pretty clearly in the third and the fifth pictures). The occlusal surface is 1.5 cm across but obviously
  10. GPayton

    Possible Antelope Tooth

    From the album: Colorado River

    Capromeryx sp./Antilocapra americana (?)
  11. GPayton

    3/6/22

    From the album: Colorado River

    A return to a previously visited location. Notable finds include a horse proximal phalanx, three pieces of mastodon/mammoth ivory, an antelope tooth, a beautifully-colored horse tooth, a fragment of mammoth skull, and a section of peripherals from a small tortoise.
  12. GPayton

    Horse Tooth (Lower)

    From the album: Colorado River

  13. GPayton

    Horse Tooth (in-situ)

    From the album: Colorado River

  14. GPayton

    Mammoth Skull Fragment

    From the album: Colorado River

  15. GPayton

    Mammoth Skull Fragment (in-situ)

    From the album: Colorado River

  16. GPayton

    8/7/21

    From the album: Colorado River

    All finds collected from two point bars across from one another. Notable finds include half of a camel metatarsal, a deer antler, a bison tooth still attached to a fragment of jawbone, a camelid tooth, and half of a giant armadillo osteoderm.
  17. GPayton

    Horse Tooth (in-situ)

    From the album: Colorado River

  18. GPayton

    Camelid Tooth

    From the album: Colorado River

  19. GPayton

    Bison Molar in Jaw

    From the album: Colorado River

  20. GPayton

    Giant Armadillo Osteoderm (in-situ)

    From the album: Colorado River

  21. GPayton

    Camel Metatarsal

    From the album: Colorado River

    Hemiauchenia macrocephalus
  22. GPayton

    Giant Tortoise Plastron Fragment

    From the album: Colorado River

  23. GPayton

    Horse Tooth (Lower)

    From the album: Colorado River

  24. GPayton

    Horse Tooth (in-situ)

    From the album: Colorado River

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