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  1. CrashLizard

    Tooth, teeth, or something else?

    Edit: sorry somehow the images got out of order. Just to make it more challenging, I guess. These are some other items I have found looking for shark teeth near Venice Florida, in the surf. I'm not sure if the first four are similar or not. All conical, and show worn or broken off layers. One is slightly corkscrews, and one has a bump on one side. The second batch are all similar, with ridges around a cusp, and a smaller end. The last looks like a human incisor, though I would guess it is from a deer or something similar. I found a couple pieces of fossilized antler in
  2. KristiRose

    Help With Identification

    These pieces were given to me as a gift because the shark is my favorite animal. I wanted to be sure that's what there are that I have. Any help with identification would be grately appreciated.
  3. MamaJ_04

    Found on Holly Beach

    Found this on Holly Beach, looks like a tooth, but I'm not sure what kind.
  4. Billymachi

    Unknown fossil (tooth?)

    This is a post hurricane beach find. I picked up a number of mammal teeth, bone, scute, and stone artifacts on the trip. Assumed this was a tooth when I picked it up but unlike any I have ever seen before.
  5. Guest

    Gulf coast fossil

    On a trip to St. Pete's I found some nice agate and a few fossil pieces like this. Any comments would be greatly appreciated
  6. TaylMcKinn Cretaceous Bryozoa from the Campanian and Maastrichtian of the Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plains, United States Paul D. Taylor & Frank K. McKinney Scripta Geologica, 132: 1-346, 141 pls, 5 figs, 2 tables, Leiden SIZE:about 10,5 Mb Nice to see a species named after Brood!!
  7. doushantuo

    Microgastropods of the USA

    p295-308GARVIE.pdf Microgastropod population changes from the early Cretaceous to the Recent in the Gulf Coastal Plain of the USA CHRISTOPHER L. GARVIE Zoosymposia(1),2008
  8. sharko69

    Fossil Scapula

    Found this small bone that appears to be a scapula from something but unsure what ot could be from. Found on the beach in Galveston, TX. Possibly Pleistocene. Any ideas?
  9. sharko69

    Texas Teeth

    Organized our recent finds from Galveston, TX to add to our collection. Now just need to have the tag made. Is Quaternary as near as I can get in age?
  10. Hi All, I'm not sure if this is the best place to do this but I am putting out a call to collectors of the Atlantic Coastal Plain for plesiosaur specimens. A project is starting to address the taxonomy and stratigraphy of this poorly known but iconic and widespread group in the eastern US. We are starting by trying to document everything that exists in various collections, including private. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated! Please spread this around to anyone you might think could add to our tally. Please PM me with any information. Happy Holidays! @non-remanié @
  11. zoocosmolina

    FL Gulf coast trip mid-November

    Hi We will be traveling to Manasota Key for a couple of much needed pre-Thanksgiving days off . Work has been extremely stressful and I am counting the hours til I get to hunt all day on the beach. While I consider myself an experienced hunter here in Texas, my Florida hunting has never been more than strolling the beaches between Venice and San Pedro Island. I am itching for something more than the typical tumbled half inch tooth and the occasional ray plate. I'd happily put in some elbow grease, no pain, no gain. Of course I know of the Peace but as far as I am aware it's not quite the
  12. Jonelle

    Full Turtle/tortoise shell?

    Hey guys it has been a while since I've been on here, but I started trying to D all of the fossils I put away a few months back..I *think* this is almost a full shell? Found in Sarasota, FL..It is about 5in x 6in.. at first I thought it may have been a hunk of phosphate so I put it away in a bucket with some other fossils for later ID.. pulled them out yesterday and fell with the bucket... this landed in front of me and I couldn't help but notice it really looks like some details are still there! Any thoughts? Two views of the top and one from the bottom... thanks....
  13. So here are all of our finds from yesterday, I'm still cleaning and sorting them but If there is something you recognize let me know.. even if it's just one thing I should toss
  14. So what do you guys think of these ? I'm thinking the one far right in the top pic is a tooth?
  15. Jonelle

    Concretion guesses?

    I'm going to try to clean this off again tomorrow.. anyone have a guess? It's about 3.5cm
  16. Jonelle

    Intact Bivalve

    Looks like s tiny giant clam can someone help me out ? 3cm found Sarasota, FL
  17. *Disclaimer I am very new to this please explain things like I am 6 * This little guy looked almost this beautiful when I found it.. I think the ants cleaned most of the limestone off.. all I did was hand polish both sides with various grit wet sandpaper, followed by a wash with dish soap and water in an ultrasonic cleaner.. the one side still has a bit of limestone which I wasn't sure if I wanted to remove or not so I polished it.. I Was wondering what the best way to expose some more of the crystals would be? I don't know what tools or anything to use and I don't want to mess it up.. sh
  18. Jonelle

    Some interesting finds today

    Totally fascinated by these little guys!
  19. Jonelle

    another one

    Okay so I've looked on some good resources but I always seem to hit an information overload... anyone know this one? Type-time period- etc! Thanks so much!
  20. Jonelle

    Shark teeth type?

    Any idea what type this are ? Thanks
  21. Jonelle

    Unsure about this one

    Any ideas on this one? Part of it looks like coral.. Sarasota, FL
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