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  1. LanceH

    Lance's 31 July 2022 tooth

    Any ID on this tooth I found this morning?
  2. ThePhysicist

    Undescribed squamate tooth

    From the album: Squamates

    Originally believed to be an anterior position of Coniasaurus, this is an undescribed squamate reptile tooth from the Turonian of North TX (via pers. comm. with Mike Polcyn; discovered 4/20/2022). It has only a distal carina which is offset, some faceting on the labial face of the crown, and textured enamel which becomes smooth on the mesial edge.
  3. ThePhysicist

    Coniasaurus tooth

    From the album: Squamates

    A small tooth from a small aquatic reptile that lived during the Turonian of North TX. They are small, squat teeth with textured enamel, and possess only an indistinct distal carina (no mesial carina).
  4. I stopped by a housing development that cut into Kamp Ranch Limestone and found a few teeth. Most of the teeth were in a chunk of sandy matrix I broke up at home.
  5. ThePhysicist

    Russellosaurine tooth

    From the album: Squamates

    This small tooth is likely from a juvenile small, early mosasaur. In just a few million years, these aquatic reptiles would diversify and grow to large sizes.
  6. ThePhysicist

    Possible Dallasaurus tooth

    Hi y'all, I have been acid prepping some Kamp Ranch matrix for weeks and today I saw this peeking out. I'm thinking it's a Dallasaurus turneri (basal mosasaur) tooth. It's posteriorly recurved, has no mesial carina, and has a circular basal cross section. The crown height is 3 mm. I believe there's a hairline crack, so I may try a little glue before attempting to finish getting it out (if I decide to). More knowledgable eyes would be appreciated! @JohnJ @pachy-pleuro-whatnot-odon ^ from Bell &
  7. This post isn't so much about the fossils, but about me honoring the memory of Joe Gallo. It was the day I went out to do that in my own way and say goodbye and find closure for myself. So, if you're all about the fossils you may want to move on to another post. Two weeks ago Saturday I was on call. I had planned to go poking around at a Pleistocene area I had seen the day before NE of where I lived, but I got called into work to work on a kidney transplant. I worked from 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM. By then it was too late to go to the Pleistocene area since it was over an hour away from w
  8. I am doing the jury duty thing today so I have a lot of time on my hands to make a trip report post. This post isn’t rich in fossils despite visiting 3 different sites. It was something of a strike out for the day, with the exception of 2 pieces from the 3rd place we stopped at. One of the pieces was a true keeper for me though. I was on call for my work this past week, including the weekend, which means I have to stay close to home. I had a couple really long days without sleep. One 27 hour and the other 24 hours. It wipes me out. Thankfully I didn’t get called in
  9. As Richard (Vertman) kindly mentioned in his latest update regarding his "100 Hours Collecting in the Austin Chalk of North Texas", he invited me to join him in his adventures on Sunday, 21 April. Having met Richard before, I jumped at the chance to be able to spend the afternoon hunting with him, regardless of the possibility of not finding much of anything. His knowledge and experience, along with his willingness to share that knowledge with a newbie like myself and train me how to spot and identify various formations, made the decision to join him a no-brainer. The last time I met up wit
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