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  1. Shellseeker

    Calcaneum

    For those who are not versed in Calcaneum, this thread may help. http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/107376-mammal-calcaneum/ It was a great day in Florida.. I was out fossil hunting, and this bone dropped in my sieve. The site I was hunting tends toward Middle Miocene, about 90% marine. It is rare to find Pleistocene material, but there is always a mixture possibility. Let's figure this one out together. Look at the fossil below, size is 3.6 x 1.6 inches (91.4 x 40.6 mm), look at the thread above. Tell me what you think.
  2. First time poster....I found this on a beach at low tide on north shore of long island, yesterday. it looks and is shaped like panpipes but with a slight curve to them...I think it may be horse teeth? Pictures attached. Any help on identification, and age estimate is greatly appreciated!! Pictures attached. Any help on identification, and age estimate is greatly appreciated!!
  3. Shellseeker

    Minnesota and Florida

    I was out hunting today with @minnbuckeye. He is visiting from Minnesota. It was warm, the sun was shining, we laughed a lot and found some really outstanding fossils... Here is Mike trying to turn a rock into a Meg. Neither of us found a meg on this day. GREAT SMILE. Last time I met with Mike was March 9th , 2018 , I found this.... I am beginning to think Mike is my good luck charm.. Many of you know that Pliocene horses are very high on my priority list. A couple of my finds from today.. Thanks , Mike
  4. Sagebrush Steve

    Modern bone. Cow? Horse? Other?

    Well, this is modern, I don’t even have to do a burn test. Sorry if this is the wrong place to post, but I was hoping someone could help with an ID. I came across it when I was out on a hike through Little Death Hollow in southern Utah awhile back. I don’t have any other photos of it, which will probably make the ID more difficult. I’m thinking cow humerus, or maybe horse. Thoughts?
  5. Fossil_finder_

    Miocene horse tooth from calvert cliffs?

    I found this land mammal tooth at Flag ponds on Calvert cliffs. It got me really excited when I found a mammal tooth, But I have no idea what it is. I was thinking Camel or horse because that is what it resembles. If anyone can help me get a positive ID on this that would be great!
  6. Found in sandy wash in North Phoenix desert after rainfall. Please identify, and if more pictures needed let me know.
  7. dbrake40

    Horse Tooth

    From the album: Some Minnesota ~Fossils

  8. dbrake40

    Partial Horse Femur

    From the album: Some Minnesota ~Fossils

  9. dbrake40

    Horse Femur

    From the album: Some Minnesota ~Fossils

  10. dbrake40

    Horse Teeth

    From the album: Some Minnesota ~Fossils

  11. dbrake40

    Ancient Horse Tooth

    From the album: Some Minnesota ~Fossils

  12. dbrake40

    Ancient Horse Tooth

    From the album: Some Minnesota ~Fossils

  13. dbrake40

    Horse Tibia or Other? Cut Marks

    I believe the long bone in these pictures is a horse (tibia). Correct - thoughts on the cut marks? Look modern?
  14. jamhill

    A few things I’m not sure on

    All found on the beach in Jacksonville Beach FL like twenty years ago. Area known to produce Pleistocene mammals. 1. Thinking sloth phalanx. Note proximal epiphysis is missing/unfused. If it is sloth, does anyone known what kind? Is it medial? 2. Guess is bison first lower premolar 3. Equus sesamoids? Any help is appreciated.
  15. andy_mnemonic

    Pliohippus horse tooth

    This tooth for sale caught my eye and was hoping someone could help ID it. It was purportedly found in Miocene deposits of Arizona and I _think_ it's a late wear stage cheek tooth of Pliohippus sp. I do not have measurements at this time. Thanks for the help!
  16. andy_mnemonic

    Neohipparion eurystyle

    Hi TFF! I picked up a horse tooth recently that I believe is a Neohipparion eurystyle. It is 21mm x 20mm x 34mm and found somewhere in south Florida. Can anyone confirm for me? Thanks! @Shellseeker @Harry Pristis
  17. urban gypsy

    Tooth identification

    Found approximately 5" below current soil level in central Kansas. Closest item to tooth was thumb scraper which was about 2" in length. Buffalo? Horse?
  18. Shellseeker

    Small Miocene Horse

    It has been a little while since I shared a pretty little horse tooth with the forum and this one qualifies. I would have put it on Fossil ID, but I know what it is... So, found in Bone Valley , Florida with great Black and Tan colors, an upper molar from a Miocene Horse. No isolated protocone to give those who love these teeth like I do, some difficulty in identifying. I'll be moving this one into my gallery of similar sized teeth after a couple of days. God, I the hobby that gives me the opportunity to find treasures like these... Jack
  19. Hello! My message today is about the definition of a "find" accidentally seen in the Internet. They write about the teeth of the alleged Coryphodon originally from China. But isn't it a horse or bovine? Although, judging by the photo, there may be a fossil? Thank you for your opinions!
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