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  1. Could someone help me determine which of the below is bone and which is not? They all seem bone like to me, but preserved differently. Or am I just seeing things? Cretaceous, Eagle Ford.
  2. I am completely unfamiliar with bone material (except fish bones) and was wondering if someone could tell me if that's what I have here or if it's just a rock. This piece is Approx. 2.5" x 1.5". Cretaceous, Eagle Ford. Thanks, guys.
  3. This carapace is slightly smaller than the size of a dime. I always check MB's page first, which is a wonderful resource, but I'm just not sure about this one. Cretaceous, cenomanian, eagle ford, britton. I also found these claws in the same general area: As always, thanks for any help, I appreciate it. Claire
  4. This is from the Eagle Ford Formation in Texas and is Approx. 3". Some sort of sponge maybe?
  5. This is from the Cretaceous Eagle Ford formation in Texas. It's Approx. 4" x 2" Top Thank you!
  6. This is from the Eagle Ford formation in North Texas and is just under an inch in size. It's missing the tip, but the enamel is absolutely beautiful. When someone has a moment, could you please confirm this ID or tell me what it actually is if I'm mistaken? Thanks!
  7. Is This A Coprolite?

    This is Approx. 1 inch in size.
  8. http://imgur.com/a/SFA72 This is from the Britton member of the Eagle Ford formation in Texas and is Approx 1.5 inches.
  9. Cretaceous, Eagle Ford. I'm curious because to me, it's very similar to the imprint on the crab carapace found in the same area on the same day:
  10. Found A Little Crab Today

    I checked out MB's page and think this is cenomanocarcinus vanstraeleni, but not 100% sure. The top is a little worse for wear and could use some cleaning, but the flip side looks awesome. Can anyone confirm this ID? This is from the Eagle Ford Formation in Texas. Cretaceous. The crab is Approx. 2" wide.
  11. Maybe y'all can help me with this one, too. This one is larger, about 8" x 10" and 5" thick. It makes me think of a fossilized infilled burrow in the matrix with associated crab? Shrimp? Material. But I could be completely off the mark. Any thoughts? A close up: Had to make an album as the files were too large to upload: http://imgur.com/a/SstBG
  12. Is This A Tooth?

    Can any of you tell if this is a tooth, or just something else that has broken into the shape of one? The entire piece is about 4 inches, and the "tooth" is about .5 inches or so. If it is a tooth, any ideas on what it may be from? Thanks, guys
  13. Shrimp Coprolite Or Burrows?

    From the album Texas Finds

    Scientific Name: Unknown (Shrimp Coprolite or Borrows)? Found: North Central Texas Date Found: Spring 2014 Formation: Alluvium Qt / Eagle Ford Size: Various
  14. Shrimp Tail (?) Eagle Ford

    From the album Texas Finds

    Scientific Name: Unknown Found: North Central Texas Date Found: Spring 2014 Formation: Alluvium Qt / Eagle Ford Size: 2" - 3"
  15. Ideohamites

    From the album Texas Finds

    Scientific Name: Ideohamites Found: North Central Texas Date Found: 2013-2014 Formation: Alluvium Qt / Eagle Ford Size: Various
  16. Baculites & Ammonites Eagle Ford 2013-2014

    From the album Texas Finds

    Scientific Name: Various Found: North Central Texas Date Found: 2013-2014 Formation: Alluvium Qt / Eagle Ford Size: Various
  17. Eagle Ford Sping 2014

    From the album Texas Finds

    Scientific Name: Various Found: North Central Texas Date Found: 2014 Formation: Alluvium Qt / Eagle Ford Size: Various
  18. Could This Be A Little Fish Skull?

    It's Approx. 1.5 x 1 inch, a little larger than a quarter. Side A: Side B: Back: Front: Thanks, you guys
  19. I Think This May Be A Crab?

    It is Approx. 2.5 x 2 inches. Cretaceous, Eagle Ford. Thanks for having a look! For some reason, the photo of the back side wouldn't load, but here's a link. http://i.imgur.com/XckJess.jpg
  20. Can Anyone Make Sense Of This?

    This is Approx 12 x 8 inches. Cenomanian. http://imgur.com/a/D3dCq It looks like bone in the matrix to me, but it may just be geological. Thanks for your help, y'all.
  21. I just found this today and want to expose more of it without damaging it. The rock it is in is huge, I'm guessing 10 pounds, at least it felt that heavy on the long walk home:). Any help is much appreciated. *I'm thinking this one is necrocarcinus renfroae?
  22. Infilled Burrow?

    I run across these fairly frequently and have always just assumed they were infilled burrows, but have never asked anyone else to have a look. Is this what these are? Evidence of a decapod of some sort in the area, perhaps? They come in different shapes and sizes, but they all look basically like this. Any help is appreciated
  23. Cameleolopha bellaplicata

    From the album Texas Finds

    Scientific Name: Cameleolopha bellaplicata Found: North Central Texas Creek Date Found: Spring 2013 Formation: Eagle Ford / Austin Group Size: Various
  24. Baculite molds and cast

    From the album Texas Finds

    Scientific Name: Baculite Found: North Central Texas Shoreline Date Found: 2013 Formation: Alluvium / Eagle Ford Size: Various
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