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  1. Opabinia Blues

    Bunch of Peace River bones

    Hello, I’ve got a good lot of Peace River fossils from Florida that I bought in bulk and unidentified. A few of the pieces I could figure out on my own, but on most of them I’m clueless. I recognize that most of these may not be totally identifiable, but if you recognize something here your help would be appreciated. Below I will post pictures in separate replies. Feel free to ask for more angles/closer photos of any pieces that you might be able to help me with. Thanks in advance!
  2. Hi everyone! This thread is dedicated to our Southeast asis fossil cave adventures and finds. One of the important sites for the Stegodon - Pongo - Ailuropoda fauna of the Pleistocene. This not only just fossils but also the Paleolithic and Neolithic found. Following this and I wil explain more experiment on IDyng the cave fossils and some basic things to know the age of them. Hope you guys enjoy it! This is my first trip in North Viet Nm. Cave entrance (usually Pleistocene cave have very small entrance) Just 15
  3. My friend gave me these tooth. The information that I got is they are from Pleistocene of Florida. But not ID for the species. I just wonder are these belong to beaver, giant beaver or giant capybara because all of them have fossil in Florida land. thank for reading!
  4. The rise and fall of the world’s largest lake By Sid Perkins, Science News, Jun. 4, 2021 The open access paper is: Palcu, D.V., Patina, I.S., Șandric, I. et al. Late Miocene megalake regressions in Eurasia. Science Reports 11, 11471 (2021). Yours, Paul H.
  5. Comoros

    Proboscid Tooth

    I found this Proboscid tooth on a riverbank in Kenya. Is it a recent one from L. africana or something older? It is about 9 or 10 cm long.
  6. PFOOLEY

    South Of The Puerco

    It has been a long time since it rained enough to inhibit collecting ammonites out in the Puerco... ...so south of the Puerco it is. The southern edge of the Albuquerque Basin is composed of middle Miocene outcrops... ...I headed there for a few hours of hiking. I found many tid-bits of white mammal bone early on in my adventure. I followed a small "trail" of shards up the hill to find this piece of a camel jaw... ...followed by this (I think ) small piece of antler. What a great way to spend
  7. Hi, as recently I have been going mainly to the Pleistocene location, I have lots of surplus fossils I will gladly trade I'm not looking for anything specific - all offers are welcome. Set A Set B Set C Set D All these fossils come from Góra Kalwaria, Poland.
  8. Here is a few shots from the famous Norden Bridge in the northwest corner of Brown County Nebraska. This is one of the sites made famous by Morris Skinner and ultimately led to the discovery of Ashfall Fossil Beds. I was in the area, and was able to make another check mark on my list of famous fossil sites to visit. It should be noted that there is NO fossil hunting here. The river itself is federal land, the main quarry, a few km away is private property, and the bluff sites are part of the Nature Conservancy. However, it is a beautiful area to visit, and well worth it if you feel
  9. Lorentzo Wisniowskhe

    Pleistocene mammals from Po Valley

    Bonjour all fellow collectors, my aut gave this bone to me years ago. They are pleistocene / early holocene specimens collected in Po valley in the '70. Do you have any ideas about what they might be? Thanks to all of you.
  10. LabRatKing

    Academic casts-identification help!

    Not sure if this is the right thread, but, here is a bunch of specimens. All are resin or plaster casts of the real deal. some appear to have been painted (poorly) none have been stored correctly and any records of them are long gone. These are part of the collection at the University I work for. I'm not a mammal guy, but I suspect I had better become one quickly. Some have various collection codes on them, but I have been unable to figure out what they mean. These are some of the ones I am clueless on: Jokingly referred to as the "bonenana"...tusk? rib?
  11. Duckeyboos

    Beach bone id

    Hey my mom found this limb bone (Likely a humerus or femur, hard to tell since its incomplete) a week ago at the beach and and I'm stumped as to what kind of animal it might be from. Anybody have any ideas?
  12. Caallison

    Strange Grab Bag of Bones

    So over the past couple of posts, i have focused on the individual bones that I have found in the overburden dig site at my plant. One spot in particular has continuously been a gold mine, and have lovingly called my Proboscidean site, after the Proboscidean scapula fragments I first found there. Over the course of 14 months (4 to 6 hours per month) I have dug up more and more fragments of different bones that eventually piece together, but now i have started to find bones of other animals. With all this I have started to wonder if there is some bigger picture I am missing trying to ID each bo
  13. BellamyBlake

    Mammals

    I thought about expanding my mammal collection as I didn't have any, and started with some Florida material. Then I desired more exotic mammals. Ultimately I acquired a pretty nice variety. Warning, this is photograph heavy!
  14. Fossil Digger

    Mammal Bones ID Help!

    Hi, I have three bones today that need your help to ID. They were found on Iowa River's alluvial deposits. Thank you!
  15. Hello! Does anyone know of any good references for differentiating between Oreodont and camel dentition, particularly in regards to the little jaw sections that are frequently found in White River deposits? I’ve been unable to find any good literature on the topic and am having some difficulty with differentiating between the two.
  16. Oxytropidoceras

    South America’s Missing Megafauna

    What Happened to South America’s Missing Mega-Mammals, Trilobites, New York Times. Related papers Marshall, L.G., 1988. Land mammals and the Great American interchange. American Scientist, 76(4), pp.380-388. MacFadden, B.J., Hulbert, R.C. and Baskin, J.A., 2007. Revised age of the late Neogene terror bird (Titanis) in North America during the Great American Interchange. Geology, 35(2), pp.123-126. Dr. Richard C. Hulbert - More papers Bruce J. MacFadden - More papers Baskin, J.A. and Thomas, R.G., 2
  17. Aardvark1

    Ice Age Animal Tooth?

    Found this in my back yard (Northwest Florida) last week but am stuck on what type animal tooth this could be. Would definitely appreciate any help on identification.
  18. Opabinia Blues

    White River Formation Small (toe?) Bones

    Hello, everyone, Lately this summer I’ve been doing a bit of casual fossil collecting (with explicit permission!) on some land that a very close family friend owns in Weld County, Colorado that has a lot of exposure of the White River Formation, and I’ve collected a sizable amount of material including some pretty awesome finds. Being an amateur, I need some help identifying some of the fossils I’ve collected. Since the forum has a photo upload limit per post, I’ll be making a few threads for different finds, I hope that is ok. These are two small bones that
  19. Godofgods

    Id mammals bones

    Hi everyone, a friend gave me these bones, two jaws and another piece; he said that he found them in a cave. Can they be dated to the Quaternary? And which animals could these belong to? Thank you
  20. marteson

    Tooth from Southern Sweden

    Hi, My son has found this tooth when we went swimming in the Baltic Sea (exact location : Löderups Strandbads Camping , Southern Sweden). Appreciate if someone can tell us what this could be as he's very happy to have found it. Cheers!
  21. Hello everyone! know I've been slacking on updates on my three week trip to Wyoming with PaleoProspectors, but I promise I will post some more of my finds and do a full recap of last week's adventure as soon as I can. As for tonight, I'll share my experience hunting in the white river formation today, A view of where I began my day hunting. My first find: A section of Paleolagus (rabbit) jaw. Next I found a native american artifact After entering a larger area of exposures I came across this Mesohippus (horse) jaw.
  22. Good evening everyone, long time I don't show up here (my bad, my thesis is ...well...a thesis). Almost 2 weeks ago I had the pleasure to visit with a friend the "Museo Civico di Scienze Naturali Malmerendi" located in Faenza. Even if it's not the biggest nor the most famous natural history museum of Emilia Romagna I consider it one of the best I've seen so far in Italy. Most of the speciments (Pliocene / Pleistocene) were collected in the area near the city. Mammals are well represented, maybe the most peculiar is what I think is the holotype of the only aardvark specie from our country
  23. MacHoffman22

    Teeth

    I know these are mammal teeth. I'm pretty convinced that at least the one on the left is a bison but would like to confirm. Would also like a rough estimate of age of possible.
  24. Hi y'all. Inspired by Marco sr's post of his Riker Mounts a few weeks ago, here are a few of mine. These are all 6 inch by 4 inch Rikers. I took the glass off some to avoid reflections. If anyone wants to see better pix of any of these, let me know. Start with a pile of Lance Fm (late Cretaceous of Wyoming) bones and teeth. There are too many fossil in all of this to ID them all, so I will just label a few of my faves. If you want more IDs, just ask. Top left, two Leptoceratops teeth. The brown ones below the right Lepto tooth are baby hadrosaur teeth.
  25. Last week I spent ten days visiting Argentina. Most of that time was spent in Patagonia. Argentina does not allow any private fossil collecting, so this wasn't going to be that kind of trip. On our way back from visiting a penguin colony at Punta Tombo we stopped in Trelew whose number one attraction is the Museo Paleontoligico Egidio Feruglio. It primarily features fossils from Patagonia, dinosaurs and mammals, plus Permian age plants, petrified wood, etc. I got to spend a quick hour there and took some photos. Most of the labels were in Spanish and I didn't have time to take notes. Hope you
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