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  1. I will be in Greenville for work at the beginning of November and have decided to head up a day early to try my luck in GMR. After a few hours of research, my initial plan is to drop in at the ball field on Elm Street, heading down current to sift just before the 10th street bridge. It's anyone's guess after that, as I have no experience hunting outside of Florida... although I imagine it is similar in a lot of ways to the creek hunting I'm used to. Equipment will be minimal and I usually prefer to "dig" with my hands to feel the gravel I am collecting, but
  2. WagnerFossilFinds

    I need help identifying this!!

    can anyone please help me identify this. I found this today at green mill run GMR in Greenville Nc.
  3. legolizard

    Greens Mill Run Trip

    First quick trip to Greens Mill Run in Greenville, NC. Definitely have to go back soon, lots of belemnites on first row, a cool new fossil for me. Second row was most common find, goblin shark teeth, and then finally two little crow shark teeth. Hard to see but at the bottom there's a very rolled shark vert. Good stuff.
  4. Found this while sifting through gravel in Green Mill Run a while back, genuinely throwing me for a loop. I thought eroded horn coral at first, but the hollow portion at the bottom makes me think its a tooth of some sort. Mosasaur, crocodilian? I really have no idea. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  5. I feel like the larger is a cetacean, turtle, or *possibly* mosasaur? The little one I really have no clue.
  6. From the album: Lando’s Fossil Collection

    Baleen whale epiphysial disc collected from Pliocene Yorktown formation sediments of Greens Mill Run, Greenville, NC.

    © Lando_Cal_4tw

  7. When I picked this up I assumed it was an oddly weathered pebble, but upon closer inspection its very symmetrical, which makes me think its likely a fossil. Of what I can’t tell. Any help is greatly appreciated! I included a few different angles so that the contrast would be evident, I apologize for the iffy lighting.
  8. Found this while sifting in the Green Mill Run the other day and believed it to be a worn shark tooth, however looking at it now, it seems a bit too round to be a shark tooth. Any thoughts? (Sorry about the fingers in the pic, I couldn’t prop it up any other way unfortunately.)
  9. From the album: Lando’s Fossil Collection

    Enchodus fang collected from Cretaceous PeeDee formation sediments of Greens Mill Run, Greenville, NC.

    © Lando_Cal_4tw

  10. fossil_lover_2277

    PeeDee formation, North Carolina, U.S.A., 2021

    From the album: Lando’s Fossil Collection

    Collected from Cretaceous PeeDee formation sediments of Greens Mill Run, Greenville, NC.

    © Lando_Cal_4tw

  11. Hi! I'm looking for some help IDing these fossils from Green Mill Run (Greenville, NC). The two fossils were found on different trips, but seem to have similar structures. I have only found these two across many trips so they don't seem to be common. Someone mentioned that they could be lobster/crab claws so if anyone has anymore information on that, or alternate IDs, I would really appreciate the help! Thanks!
  12. daves64

    Biological or geological?

    This object came with the whale bone I posted about recently. I'm not sure if it's biological or geological so I figured I'd throw it into the room & see what happens. 8.5 cm long x 4.5 cm wide x 8 mm thick (roughly). Flat with a slight curve. This was the shape when found. I sanded the broken part for better internal views. Pics labeled 4, 5 & 6 are closeups. 4 being the break running from side to side, 5 being the break running lengthwise & 6 a closeup of the outside surface.
  13. Hello, I thought I'd share a little bit about my first fossil collecting trip to Greens Mill Run creek, Greenville, NC. As you can see from the pictures, the highlight of the day was this good sized great white tooth, Carcharodon carcharias (correct me if I'm wrong on the ID)! I found it within the first 15 minutes of searching, in about the 5th shovel of material into the screen! Talk about motivation to keep looking! The rest of the search didn't turn up anything nearly as exciting but it was still a fun trip and I found lots of small teeth. Most were fragmented and so I only kept a han
  14. After some thought Ive decided to do a trip tomorrow to Green Mill Run in Greenville, NC. I think conditions will be fine until about 5 or 6 PM. I plan on starting early, so anyone interested in joining up let me know. I plan on starting about 7:45am. And working 2 favorite spots of mine.
  15. ffemtb1

    Cochlear?

    I found what appears to be a cochlear. Any thoughts? Greenville, NC. Miocene, PeeDee, mixture of eras.
  16. ffemtb1

    Got some more odd ball finds

    Yeah... got the slighest idea.
  17. So I fo u nd this and compared them to the local fossil charts and it doesnt match any of them. Someone have any idea?
  18. Hey everyone, I was thinking about going out to the Green Mill run either tomorrow or Thursday before it rains again. Can anyone in that area tell me what the water level is currently like? Thanks in advance! ~ Justin
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