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  1. Found this walking some rocks today, thought it kind of resembled a crab. Measures roughly 4.5 inches. Anyone care to give their opinion?
  2. Fin Lover


    I found this vertebra in the Goose Creek area (near Summerville, SC). I thought concave on both ends meant bony fish, but this one doesn't look like other fish verts I've found personally or online. Any ideas? About 17mm at the widest/longest (not sure what you would call it) point. Thank you!
  3. Fin Lover

    Equus tooth

  4. Fin Lover

    Equus tooth

  5. Fin Lover

    Lagomorph jaw 6.4.22

  6. Fin Lover

    Lagomorph jaw 6.4.22

  7. Fin Lover


    I found a few things yesterday that I don't know what they are or where to even begin searching. I'll just post 2 for now. Item 1 appears to be a tooth of some sort. Not sure if it is fossilized. Typically, I would guess not based on color, but I found it in the Goose Creek area, where I also find white and light colored shark teeth. Item 2 was found in the Ladson area, in a creek where multiple formations wash out from the eroding banks. Multiple epochs are possible in all of these locations. Fossil or rock? Thanks for the help!
  8. Fin Lover

    Goose Creek teeth and jawbone

    Went to my two favorite spots yesterday and found quite a bit. Even though one spot usually produces frags, they at least had the cusps still on them this time, so I was able to identify 2 angustidens and 2 chubs (my first ones!). Need help with two teeth and some sort of jaw piece. Tooth 1: Tooth 1 Tooth 1 Tooth 1 Here is tooth 2: Tooth 2 Tooth 2 Tooth 2 And for the little jaw piece: Jaw with teeth Jaw with teeth Jaw with teeth Jaw with teeth There is a mix of epochs there
  9. Fin Lover

    Is this bone?

    Found some bone fragments last week in Goose Creek and Summerville, SC that I am putting into my "unknown" jar and wanted to ask what this even is. Just when I started feeling like I was getting a grip on what to look for at the beach, I started going places with light colored teeth and bones, so I feel like I am back at the beginning again. Feels like bone, but is flat and splintered in a way I haven't yet seen. Thank you!
  10. Fin Lover

    Glyptotherium sp?

    Can anyone tell me if this is a piece of carapace from a glyptodont? It's the closest thing I can find, but mine doesn't have the "daisy" appearance, so I may be wrong, or it may just be really worn. Ventral side is too worn to look for a foramen. Found in Goose Creek, SC where we are finding a mix of things, but mainly Pleistocene (I think...still a newbie). Thank you!
  11. Fin Lover

    Mammal tooth?

    Found this in a drainage ditch in Goose Creek, SC (near the Summerville/Charleston area) and my husband thinks it's a mammal tooth. If so, it's my first one. Found shark teeth and some small shark vertebrae in the same area. Can someone please confirm if this is indeed a mammal tooth and, if so, are there any clues as to what kind? Thanks so much!
  12. I'm still trying to get a grasp on how to date teeth from South Carolina. I've read several things, including some older posts on here like this one: However, I'm still not sure I understand. Yesterday, I tried a spot in Goose Creek for the first time. I believe it was just one of the drainage ditches, but it was a decent drop down to it. The very bottom layer of exposed bank was a gray clay type material that appears to be the layer that people in the area dig in. I searched along that layer of the bank and found a few things sticking out that appear to be shark and some other ty
  13. Fin Lover

    The color differences!

    Went to Goose Creek, South Carolina yesterday for the first time. Found my largest frags ever and first non-marine tooth, but nothing like what most of you find. However, after having only found the black or gray & black teeth from the beaches, I was amazed at the color difference. Picture of beach finds vs. Goose Creek area finds.
  14. Okay, I posted this yesterday and I’m not sure if it was that it was too long winded, in the wrong spot, or both. So, I will attempt to boil it down. There was a post on this topic in 2011 but I feel like there’s certainly more knowledge on this now. 1. What formations are megalodon teeth coming from? The plausible ones are the Parachucla (22ma), Marks Head (18ma), and Goose Creek Lime (3.5ma), all within the umbrella Hawthorn formation. The CofC Museum lists almost every specimen as coming from the Goose Creek Lime, yet the hottest spots at best have the Raysor formati
  15. SummervilleMom

    Low Country Fossil Hunting

    Hello all, I was wondering if anyone could offer advice on fossil hunting in the low country area (South Carolina) My 8 year old has really found an interest in it and I am his ride. (Lol) I am not looking for anyone to give up their secret spots (if you have suggestions, GREAT), but rather what is a good start for both of us? Unfortunately I will be deploying in a few weeks, so trying to get as much time in as I can. The bright side is that I will be able to research it more while I am gone. ANY advice would be much appreciated. SN: We have been to Saw Mill Branch twic
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