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Found 128 results

  1. Baculites, Gastropods in matrix1

    From the album Texas Finds

    Scientific Name: Various Found: North Central Texas Date Found: November 2014 Formation: Alluvium Qt / Eagle Ford Size: Various
  2. This is from the upper cretaceous Eagle Ford formation. Thanks for any help!
  3. Help Identify Cretaceous Ammonite

    Hi, I found this beauty at lake texoma. Upper Cretaceous era, Eagle Ford I think. Is it Oxytropidoceras? It's in really good shape. Both sides are present. I liked to had a coronary when it popped right out of the limestone. It's size is 9" x 7 1/4" x 1 3/8"
  4. I have come across several of them now and can't find anything that matches up with them and still fits my Cretaceous area. Does anyone know what they might be? Thanks very much for any help . This one is Approx 3.5" x .75" (the rock itself is slightly larger) Paper plate for scale: One more, but I have several others: Or am I completely off the mark?
  5. When someone gets a second could you help me id these? They are cretaceous. Paper plate for scale. The flip side: Thanks for having a look!
  6. Size is Approx. 1.5" x 1" and is from the Eagle Ford formation in Texas.
  7. I found this little fish recently and was wondering if someone could give me some advice on prepping it. It's very small- 3" x 2" . The matrix is moderately hard and some of the bones are very tiny and delicate looking. Should I just leave it as is? Thanks in advance for any advice Cretaceous, Eagle Ford.
  8. First I thought fish, then crustacean and now I'm just not sure. Here is a link to an album with more pictures: http://imgur.com/a/3Art6 Thanks so much for having a look!
  9. The photos were too big so I had to make an album, sorry! http://imgur.com/a/oOw9Z
  10. Id Help Needed. Vert Or Rock?

    Apologize for the fingers in the shot. A friend suggested organic, but the flat circular section on the bottom along with the distant grooves around it suggest otherwise. Thanks for looking! Scientific Name: Unknown Found: North Central Texas Date Found: Spring 2014 Formation: Alluvium Qt / Eagle Ford Size: 1"
  11. This One Has Me Stumped.

    Maybe this one will be obvious to y'all, but the tiny pattern on it throws me off. I thought at first petrified wood, or maybe a fish fin fragment (I have found both at this site before) but when I cropped the photo I noticed that tiny pattern and thought maybe coral could look like that. Any ideas? Thanks for having a look! 1.5" x 2.5" and about a half inch thick. Cretaceous Eagle Ford.
  12. Cretaceous, Eagle Ford, Cenomanian. Thanks for having a look
  13. As always, thanks for any help! This is very small, about 1/2 inch in size. Cenomanian. Eagle Ford. North Texas.
  14. Baculite Or Something Else?

    When I first picked this up I thought it was a worn bacculite fragment but on closer inspection it seems to taper very slightly in the middle, which would be unusual. The rock it is in is Approx. 3" x 2.5" and the part in question is about 2" long and .25" to .50" wide.
  15. Id Help Needed. Boring Clams?

    Could these holes be from clams or organic weathering? Found in the Eagle Ford, North Texas. Thanks!
  16. I can't figure out what this is and was wondering if anyone had any ideas? http://imgur.com/a/axUAQ For some reason I was unable to upload pictures so I had to make an album, sorry.
  17. 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.
  18. 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.
  19. 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
  20. This is from the Eagle Ford Formation in Texas and is Approx. 3". Some sort of sponge maybe?
  21. This is from the Cretaceous Eagle Ford formation in Texas. It's Approx. 4" x 2" Top Thank you!
  22. 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!
  23. Is This A Coprolite?

    This is Approx. 1 inch in size.