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  1. Fossilsupremacy

    Is this a vertebra or something else?

    Found what might be a vertebra yesterday- let me know what yall think with these photos! It looks like it’s about 2 and a half inches tall, or about 6.35 centimeters. It looks like it’s 2.56 centimeters long. Both are just my closest estimates, so take them with a grain of salt-
  2. Fossilsupremacy

    Help id this jaw piece (maybe other stuff?)

    Found a pretty cool fossil yesterday- has what definitely looks like some fossil teeth in it, along with a tiny, almost shrimp or krill looking creature. Here are the photos- fossil is almost 8 centimeters tall- a little over 3 inches for my american friends. it’s a bit hard to measure the width cause it’s a little wonky shaped and math isn’t my strong suit… you’ll have to go with this for now.
  3. Fossilsupremacy

    Found some stuff today

    I went fossil hunting out near the nearby creek today, since i had some free time. Here’s what i found: while i’m sure this first one is a concretion, i wanna know what yall think! Here’s the second one, which interested me way more- first one is 5cm, second one is 9 and a half centimeters: if you look closely- you can see weird markings on the second fossil that look almost like a tire track. Let me know what yall think that is.
  4. Fossilsupremacy

    Very confused on what i found

    -a little under 8 centimeters -tried to take my best photos: i don’t have professional equipment so bare with me. -a piece of it is chipped off, i couldn’t find the other piece -there seems to be this big, octopus shaped thing on the side with a black spot in the middle. I might just be getting eager, but could that be ink?
  5. Fossilsupremacy

    Is this a lobster?

    Found this nearby my house in a rockpile- it looks like some of the lobster fossils i’ve seen on here, but i just wanna be completely sure. It’s 3 centimeters long, half a centimeter wide. Here are the photos i took (sorry the lighting sucks, i’m trying to heal some pretty bad sunburns) image 1 (top) Image 2 (bottom) image 3: right image 4: left image 5: front image 6: back
  6. Fossilsupremacy

    Specimen found in creek

    I’m very sorry for posting so much- i got bored yesterday so i put on my boots and went down to the creek not too far from my house! This specimen in particular caught my eye- while it’s probably just an eroded rock or something, i’d still like to see what yall think!
  7. Fossilsupremacy

    Help me identify these bivalves!

    Found some (what i presume are) bivalves on the same hunt i found my ironstone! I decided to post them separately cause i wanna be as active as possible without overcrowding anything. They’re a little over 2 centimeters, my estimate at least (i’m terrible at math and not familiar with the metric system so bare with me-)
  8. Fossilsupremacy

    Strange, hollow fossil?

    Hi, amateur fossil hunter here (haven’t even been doing it for a month now) so i need a little help with trying to figure out what this fossil is. I’m most certain it is a fossil due to the hollow, almost tube/funnel like shape of it. From what i know on human anatomy, it could maybe be a phalanx of something? Maybe i’m just getting my hopes up. these are the photos next to a q-tip, which is 4 inches. (I know that’s a terrible way to measure things but it’s the best thing i’ve got.)
  9. Fossilsupremacy

    Strange cracks in rock!

    Found this strange rock or fossil out in a creek on the land i’m currently living on in cross roads, tx. I was mostly intruiged by the cracks- though I wouldn’t be surprised nor disappointed if it was just a strange rock.
  10. rwise

    Britton Formation Help ID

    Need help with ID, found in Britton FM, Denton Co., TX......along with ammonites, baculites, crabs, clams, etc. Found three or four. Formation goes all the way through the specimen. Thanks in advance for any help. Rodney Wise www.txfossils.com
  11. PaleoWilliam

    Quick Hunt

    I loaded everything into the car. We drove for about 20 minutes and arrived at the site. We found one good clam and that's it. Then we saw some rock exposed at a construction site. All we were finding was the usual oysters. Later we got higher up the hill. That's when we started finding stuff! We found some neithia shells. Also I found some mariella's. Then I found 1 or 2 gastropods. We had a great day! Gastropod.
  12. rwise

    Clam From Rayzor Ranch

    Found a couple of these on Rayzor Ranch this past weekend. Need help with the ID. Thanks in advance for help. From Grayson Marl, and Mainstreet formations.... about 3.5 inches long and 2.5 inches wide.
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