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  1. Found this tooth/spike/claw/antler in Van Zandt county Texas. It was found amongst petrified wood similar in color. The piece is of similar feel and weight as petrified wood. The petrified wood context is of the Wilcox Group (Eocene). Attached are pictures for identification. Anyone have any idea what this is?
  2. Mike_363

    More bivalve?

    I've made two posts recently with requests to help id white rocks that were suggested as possibly bivalve. I've been finding rocks like these in the same places as the white ones. They caught my eye because they looked like they had been painted. Up close, the one in posting has a lot going on, but different than the others. It may just be a rock. Help is greatly appreciated
  3. Pareidoliajim

    Fossil(?) ID

    Hi all. Back again with a couple of items, which hopefully is more straightforward and recognizable than the previous items I've submitted. Here are some:
  4. I dug up a log in my backyard, I would love to know if it is petrified wood.
  5. I'm quite new to the forum and not entirely sure whether to I'm posting in the right place or in the right way, but hopefully this will be well received. On what I believe to be the Catahoula formation (this may be wrong, I'm quite an amateur still), on the border between Jasper and Sabine county in deep east Texas, on the bank of a sandy creek, we found what I believe to be the root ball of a tree, but I still need an ID. Furthermore, while petrified wood is commonplace in east Texas, I've never seen anything like this. Is it a unique find? Here are some pictures belo
  6. North Sulphur River Trip. Mosassaur vert, Exogyra, bone fragments, and small arrowhead.
  7. Fun North Sulphur River fossil hunt in the normally picked over area at Ladonia TX. My hunting buddy found some great items also.
  8. I hunt the North Sulphur River on a regular basis which is 1 1/2 hr from Tyler to the closest bridge and love it but I would like to try new places. Is there anywhere else within a 2 hr drive from Tyler TX to fossil hunt? Any help is appreciated.
  9. JarrodB

    Help With Id North Sulphur River

    Any help with ID is appreciated. Found in North Sulphur River Texas.
  10. JarrodB

    North Sulphur River

    A few of my finds from my last couple of trips to the North Sulphur River.
  11. I found this fossil outside of Henderson, Texas. I have not been able to identify and would sincerely appreciate any help toward that end. I call it my patella, since that is the closest in shape and size that my fossil resembles.
  12. joceybird

    Possible Marine Vertebrate Fossils?

    Amateur fossil hunter. Live in North East Texas, Upshur County very near Camp County, and I found these specimens on our farm, in various places, not all together. From what I've read, this area is Cenozoic > Eocene. I'm noticing some similarities between them, but being a novice, have no idea the orientation they would be positioned on the animal. If I did, I could google lateral view, medial, or caudal view etc, and have a CHANCE of identifying them. But, I don't, so have the proverbial needle in a haystack here The smallest specimen is roughly 3/4" across, and the largest is rou
  13. joceybird

    Tubular Fossils?

    I found these hunting for arrowheads in northern Upshur County. They were on the surface downhill from a knoll after recent rainfall. It's a sandy "red dirt" area, with what I think are some scattered hematite and sandstone or siltstone rocks and pieces. Are they fossils? I'm new to fossil and rock hunting. This is my first post
  14. First time fossil hunting and here are some of my better looking fossils. Any idea what I've found here? I'm on my phone so can't edit file size in a timely manner but I posted the pics on my site for now here http://www.donnyeisenbach.com/ Would love to hear feedback on what I found.
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