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claire01 posted a topic in Fossil IDIt is approx. 1.5 x .75" It looks very worn and is probably part of an ammonite, but I can't quite make sense of it. Any help is very much appreciated. Thanks! Claire
wfrr posted a topic in Fossil IDI have some Eagle Ford and Austin group boundry goodies that I hope a few of you might take a look at and tell me what you think. Well heres a shark tooth different that any I've ever found. It's also the biggest I've ever found. Pretty cool. Maybe its a Cretoxyrhina mantelli. Maybe one of the experts would be kind enough to peg this one. Here is something that looks like the floor from the lower jaw from a small mosasaur or some kind of fish. There are no teeth or anything else to help with ID. It's rather fragile. Even if I'm right about what it is I don't know what to call it. Your thoughts are appreciated. This vert sure looks like a Mosasaur to me. Never found one this old before though what do you guys think? Some shark teeth. I think the blunt ones are ptychodus. The bottom left is from the Ozan maybe squalicorax? I wish I had a pic of the killer ptychodus that my buddy found. It was huge about as broad width wise as a silver dollar. I'll try to get a pic to post. Hey...I got pics and I tried to put them up and somehow wound up with this picture section at the bottom, ck it out. A lump of limestone with bones in it. My initial thought was bony fish. I don't see any verts in there. A possible crab. You can imagine it better holding it in your hand. A clam that maybe shouldn't have been where I found it, maybe it was washed down from some road gravel. I hoped to find more but bombed out. The prevalent oyster I've been finding at this formation level. Some of them have the bottom on them it appears to be flat.
wfrr posted a topic in Fossil IDHere is a vert that is not like any of the others I've found. It's 2 3/4 inches tall and rather spool like, but oval instead of round. It's not well preserved but does exhibit the grainy look I see in mosasaur verts. My 1st thought was plesiosaur but it does not really look like what I see in any of the pictures. Now I'm thinking croc? Your guesses are welcome.