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  1. Ethan J3

    What type of tooth?

    I found this tooth wile hunting for sharks teeth. Im not even sure if this is a fossil to be honest, it could be modern. Anyone know what it is?
  2. RescueMJ

    Equus Long Bone

    Unknown long bone. Found in Pleistocene material. Inland, Venice, Florida. Specimen measures 62mm wide x 46mm. Canal in pic: L5 is 13mm wide. I have found Equus teeth in same location. Overall length of this hollowed bone is 123mm to break. I could not find an image for the joint surface to compare. I recovered the Equus tooth (EQ_L7) in the same location. It is a M2, left (upper molar). Thank you for your ID assistance. -Regards, Michael
  3. RescueMJ

    Camel Teeth ... Maybe?

    Inland Venice, FL tooth recovery. Pleistocene material. Found an Equus tooth approx. 15 feet from this on recently excavated, permission granted property. I think it is a camelid tooth x 2. Can't find a close match online, gallery, or textbook. The two teeth together are 27mm wide. This is the first time I have found teeth attached to a jaw fragment. ID assistance appreciated. Looking forward to numerous fossil recoveries after storm passes by my home on Tuesday. -Regards, Michael
  4. My second time out to the Peace River, what a glorious peace of land. The air temp was mid 80s, dew points in the low 60s and water temp was perfect. My wife of 37 years accompanied me this trip, and yep, she found a complete Meg. Not huge, but near perfect. and one photo of the gulf, where we spent 4 fabulous nights last week .
  5. Shannon Billingsley

    Santa Fe River Tooth

    Hi everyone! Long time lurker, first time poster haha. I’m still kind of new to this so sorry if this is a super obvious ID, but I was wondering what kind of tooth this is exactly. I was thinking crocodile, but it seems to have a slightly different shape so I wasn’t sure. I found it at Ginnie Sprints in High Springs on the Santa Fe River in Florida. It’s about 2 1/4” long. Thank you in advance for your help!
  6. RescueMJ

    Venice Sperm Whale Tooth?

    I found my first whale tooth yesterday. Only found two cores previously. Located inland Venice, FL. This example was sheared in half longitudinally. Measures 85mm long, 48mm at widest point, 27mm diameter at point D. I find mostly Pleistocene material in this inland location. I read about only specific identifications are to the Superfamily- Physeteroidea. Anybody have other input on this tooth? My questions usually are "time period of fossil, better identification". In this inland area, I have found a half dozen bulla, a baleen whale vertebrae, and what I think is a rib. I
  7. RescueMJ

    Humerus in Venice?

    Greetings from Venice, FL. After viewing a recent post, I am interested if anyone can identify my recovery from Pleistocene material. I believe it is the distal end of a humerus. It was crushed by a tractor. Photo A shows the distal end. The dimensions on Photo A is 5cm wide. Height is 4cm. Photo B is anterior view. It would be great if anyone could identify what animal it may have come from. Thanks in advance. -Michael
  8. Ethan J3

    Fossil or rock

    Found this at the Peace river in FL. I am convinced it is a rock while my dad thinks it is a fossil because he has seen it before. I think my old man is crazy. Someone please end this debate with a definite answer haha
  9. Greetings from Inland Venice, FL. Unusual fossil find for me. Pleistocene material. My first thought was Dugong when I picked it up, and fit great into my hand. I have found hundreds of Dugong ribs in the last year at my location. This is an unusual one due to the smooth texture. It measures 4.5 inches long by 2 inches wide. Density is 2.51 g/cm3 if you are interested. Photo labeled "4" shows odd texture. Closeup attached. FYI: Indian artifacts confirmed to 10,000 B.C. recovered within 10 miles. I have not previously recovered any Indian artifacts. I'm looking for feedback. Thanks in a
  10. Greetings from Inland Venice, FL. Pleistocene material. This is an unusual fossil find for me. It measures 6 inches long by 3 inches wide. It is 3.8 inches in height. Two different sides are flat. Photo A: overall image. Multiple images show worn black fossils embedded in relatively smoothed, compacted silica. This item was recovered from sand/clay, calcium carbonate material in hole approx. 10 feet deep. There were no other specimens with this type of composition recovered. FYI: Indian artifacts confirmed to 10,000 B.C. recovered within 10 miles. I have not previously recovered any
  11. RescueMJ

    Super Sized Tilly Bone?

    Supersized Tilly Bone? Looks like a Large Gummy Bear. Do you agree on the fossil? Not dense at all. Looks like a sample I have collected already...but this one is very large. 7 cm long, 4.2 cm wide This is a good reference piece. -Michael
  12. RescueMJ

    Atypical Snaggletooth Shark Tooth

    Unusual Shark tooth. Inland, Venice, FL. Pleistocene material is common. Heavy serrations both sides. Bulbous protrusion. Shaped like a lower tooth but serrations on both sides. Tooth is 31mm long and 20mm wide. Is this an odd shaped Hemi upper or from a different species. -Regards, Michael
  13. Ethan J3

    Dolphin tooth?

    Found some sort of tooth or fossil. Not sure what it is. Kinda look like a porpoise tooth but not sure. Found in fl. Anyone know what it is?
  14. RescueMJ

    Venice Osteoderm?

    These two pieces came out of a dump truck with older Pleistocene material in Venice, FL. Found 5 Lightning Whelk shells in this load. Large piece of shiny osteoderm has other bones in the matrix. I have not found this type of piece before. ID welcomed. - Michael
  15. Ethan J3

    Unknown tooth

    Anyone know what type of tooth this is? I am thinking dugong but not sure. Found near a phosphate mine in FL.
  16. Found this fossil inland, Venice, FL. Early Pleistocene material. I believe this is perhaps tortoise shell showing spinal attachment point to vertebrae. Piece. Measures 17cm x 13cm x 5cm thick. All photos taken at 1x. I look forward to reading your remarks. - Michael
  17. Inland Venice, FL. First guess was Meg. Many others found in 100 yards of this one. Someone suggested : Carcharocles chubutensis most fossils are Pleistocene in the area. The angle of the tooth is not like most megs I find here. Advice welcomed. - Michael
  18. RescueMJ

    Florida Fossil Tooth ID

    Found a new type of fossil from my dig site. East Venice, FL. Pleistocene material in area. Fossil is 26 mm long and 13 mm in diameter. Appears to have enamel on outside. Fossil ID appreciated. Regards, Michael
  19. historianmichael

    FL Skunk Mandible Fragment?

    I recently purchased a bag of micro gravel from Florida that had larger Pleistocene fossils added to it. Among the added Pleistocene fossils was this mandible. My guess is that it is skunk (Mephitis)? As you can see it measures about 3 cm in length. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  20. hokietech96

    Tooth with Bourlette ID

    Hi. Was looking through pictures of some teeth I have and the tooth on the right stuck out to me. The tooth is about a half an inch. I thought this was a bull shark but all the other bull shark teeth I have does not have the bourlette like this one has. That is why I am wondering if I miss ID this one. Any feedback would be much appreciated.
  21. Floridahunter

    Help with ID

    Little Help? Came from the Peace River north of Arcadia. Water level very low, was able to pick this up literally off the bottom while walking thru the shallow water.
  22. White Feather

    Bone Id Needed

    What say you about this bone ? Sorry but just found in my collection so I do not know if I found it in MS or FL but it was years ago. My end photos were not very clear..(I hate the phone I have...) Hope someone knows...because this site sure has great smart people! Be blessed, stay safe, practice Social distancing Deb (White Feather)
  23. I posted a short trip report, and included this vertebra which i can't id. It is almost perfect. I put it to a flame test because I thought perhaps it was recent, but no smell whatsoever. It is about 1"wide from wing to wing, and also about the same from the bottom to the tip of the top flange. I fell in love with it as I pulled it out of the chalky white clay from the bottom of the stream where I was screening for shark's teeth. Thanks for the help.
  24. Here is nice little fossilized phalange bone that I found in Florida's Peace River. Like verts, almost all phalanges look alike to me, except for size differences. I'm having a hard time ID'ing this one. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  25. hokietech96

    Small great white tooth?

    Hi. These three where found in St. Pete’s Florida on the beach. Is it possible the first one in top is a small great white? The serrations on both sides is causing me to think that. The middle tooth I think is hammerhead? based on the research I did. The bottom tooth I believe is sandbar based on how thin the root is and the length of the blade? Any feedback would be much appreciated. I’m still trying my best to ID these as accurately as possible. Thank you in advance!
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