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  1. old bones

    Is this another denticle?

    I could use some help with the ID of this ornate little find from the Cookie Cutter matrix from Florida. I have considered ray tooth and shark or ray dermal denticles...@Al Dente @MarcoSr Thanks for looking.
  2. Ancient Bones

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    From the album: Micro fossil finds from a creek in Florida.

    Ancient Bones additional finds from Cookie Cutter Creek micro matrix.

    © ©JuliannaJames

  3. Ancient Bones

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    From the album: Micro fossil finds from a creek in Florida.

    Ancient Bones additional finds from Cookie Cutter Creek micro matrix.

    © ©JuliannaJames

  4. Ancient Bones

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    From the album: Micro fossil finds from a creek in Florida.

    Ancient Bones additional finds from Cookie Cutter Creek micro matrix.

    © ©JuliannaJames

  5. Ancient Bones

    AB CC 20 fish tooth.png

    From the album: Micro fossil finds from a creek in Florida.

    Ancient Bones additional finds from Cookie Cutter Creek micro matrix.

    © ©JuliannaJames

  6. Ancient Bones

    AB CC 20 possible crab.png

    From the album: Micro fossil finds from a creek in Florida.

    Ancient Bones additional finds from Cookie Cutter Creek micro matrix.

    © ©JuliannaJames

  7. Ancient Bones

    AB CC 20 fish phyrangeal teeth.png

    From the album: Micro fossil finds from a creek in Florida.

    Ancient Bones additional finds from Cookie Cutter Creek micro matrix.

    © ©JuliannaJames

  8. old bones

    Even more Cookie Cutter creek finds

    Here are a few more of my recent Cookie Cutter matrix finds. I am curious about what kind of fish has / had teeth like the one in this photo. And I am thinking that this is a bit from a fish, possibly a mouth or jaw part. Seems too thick for something like an operculum ... any guesses? And finally, are either of these specimens coprolite? @GeschWhat Thanks for looking.
  9. old bones

    Fragile bone from Florida

    Ancient Bones and I are are hunting thru some of jcbshark's famous Cookie Cutter matrix from Florida. We have found some very interesting things which we will post at a later date. Last night I found this bone and would appreciate help in identifying it. I don't know how something this tiny and fragile has survived for so long!
  10. Thanks to jcbshark, I had the opportunity to search another batch of his world famous Cookie Cutter matrix from a creek in Florida. I thank you again, Jeff. As always, any IDs or corrections welcomed. I am here to learn. The following are a few of the more interesting finds. First, the best part, two nice Isistius sp. teeth. And some crab material. I really like the various patterns on crab shell fossils. There always seems to be some Mantis shrimp fragments in this matrix. continued in next reply
  11. fossilized6s

    Amphibian, Reptile, Or Just Crabby?

    I just received a small flat-rate box of Jcbshark's (jeff's) World famous cookie cutter matrix today. And I found some free time to sort through it. I found two partial cookie cutter teeth and lots of the same ol' stuff. For some strange reason every time I've sifted this matrix it is filled with Drum teeth, and is surprisingly devoid of the usual suspects....... shark teeth. I also found a few strange pieces that i may ask for help a bit later. And im sorry in advance for the cell phone pics, but the miniature nature of micros/macros pushes the limits of my outdated smartphone. The spiney t
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