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  1. Hi people! I'm a PhD student studying a Duckmantian fossil forest in North Wales. I have found these phosphatic fish/shark? teeth and scales I need an ID on. I suspect they are Adamantina Foliacea (Cuny and Stemmerik 2018) but that is a marine shark and this sequence is almost certainly completely freshwater and thought to be an upland swamp. I'm currently doing isotope work on the nodules and plant fossils and that appears to be confirming this is a completely freshwater system. Anyone have any ideas? You'll have to click on the images again once you've opened them to
  2. Just found this very small, what looks to me like a dermal plate or scute. It is about 5/8 inches long and 3/8 inches wide. Width could have been reduced by chipping. It came from a Florida beach near Jensen Florida. Looks to me something like a gator scute, but not exactly. If gator, it must have been a baby, but I'm thinking maybe something else. Thanks much.
  3. Shellseeker

    Dermal

    When hunting the Peace River, I find some - many Ray dermals of this general form (not quite as pristine as these phosphate mine versions: I have been finding more of the little "buttons" recently, maybe 5-10 a hunting day. When in the productive areas, I find lots of these which I always thought of base plates for attaching bottom of Ray spines. The I ran into something that I have definitely NOT seen previously. Less than the size of a penny. So, what is this and , am I moving back or forward in time comparing this new arrival with
  4. Matt Stratton

    Dermal denticles

    Originally from the Midwest, I've been hunting for fossils for about 50 years and found about two "fossilized sea shells". And this was not from a lack of trying! I moved to Summerville, SC about three years ago for a job that included lots of travel. Now that travel is finished and meeting new friends in the area, I have connected with some kids that stumbled onto something that I think is big! Had I grown up in Summerville, I probably would have change my career to paleontology instead of Electrical Engineering. I am amazed at the finds here in my home town. I have taken my wife
  5. hemi123

    Blue what vert?

    So, found just the disc part sticking up from the bottom of the marl. I knew what it was and started digging around it and found all three sides to it extending. However, after an hour of digging around it and down 3.5 inches I discovered it was broken apart and pulled just the vert part out. I will be going back to pull the other sides out, but the disc part measures 3" across and 3.5" deep/length. From what I have read up on tonight seems it is from a blue whale. I was 20 miles from the coast of Charleston, Ladson area. Many ripples of Eocene, guessing, possibly Miocene. Along with this ther
  6. Shellseeker

    Small Horse

    When I can not go to the Peace River... I clean, sort, categorize fossils or I do some family genealogy research, or I watch a ballgame on TV. It is ALL good. Here I am, going thru the bottom of an old box that has mostly whale teeth, some ray dermals, a few horse teeth, and some odds & ends, all coming from a Florida phosphate mine. Ball game on TV, drink on the table... as good as it gets. A couple of the odds-ends, and a couple of pre_Equus horse teeth to identify. You must be a horse fossil expert to do this and I am not nearly good enough... The 1st is a
  7. Northern Sharks

    Listracanthus pectenatus.jpg

    From the album: Unusual Shark Teeth

  8. Cthulhu2

    Dermal denticle? Florida

    I found these bad boys everywhere on the beach, but who do they belong to?
  9. Joyce

    Fossil scute?

    Hi all! Its been a while.... I'm thinking this is a scute of some kind but heck if I know what from. I've looked through the dozen + reference books I have and looked online for all the animals that might be from this location that may have a dermal scute. It does have bore holes that are not part of the original fossil. It is 2"x2.5"x0.75". I found it at Green Mill Run in NC yesterday. Thanks in advance ~ Joyce
  10. Mike from North Queensland

    Cretaceous macro

    I started sieving, sorting and looking at some of the macro material I collected my last trip and found this little unknown. The specimen is cretaceous albian in age from a marine environment and collected from the toolebuc formation in western Queensland Australia as usual for me. The grid in the background is 1mm so the specimen is 2mm x 2mm and about 1/2 mm thick at the widest. Thanks in advance for any input. Mike D'Arcy
  11. thesterlingmutt

    No, Really, It Looks Like Dermal Layers....

    Okay, How bout this one? Found in the same area near Yuma, CO. same place as "The Egg Maybe" ... and the the tooth that is not a Bison tooth... but, maybe a Gomphotheriidae.. I think it looks like scale (ish) things on (we'll call it the top) and then Dermal layers on the side (YES, I polished part of this one too... okay... well, most of it... sorry) So, here it is.... and it measures 1 1/2" x 3/4" x 1/2" Now, be kind please.... I see cells, and cell walls... don't I, it could happen right? ...more pics on the way. ... and thanks for reading...
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