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  1. I went on this hunt about two weeks ago, but only am getting around to posting it now. It was a great day at a new spot close to my usual stomping grounds. I was hunting under a bridge the week before when someone walking the path next to it asked if I had any luck - his name was Leo, and we actually recognized each other as both of us have posted about some of our Austin finds on reddit before. (PS - pardon the picture quality, most of these are screenshots from video) He invited me to hunt with him at a spot of his on the same creek close by sometime. I wa
  2. An assortment of interesting finds from our hunt today. This was in the late cretaceous Ozan formation (also called the Lower Taylor Marl, I believe) around the Austin area, in central Texas. I'd like confirmation or correction on some ID's 1) I'm thinking Mosasaur tooth for this one, but since it's small enough to maybe be fish, I'm checking anyway. If measurements end up being important for any of these, I can provide them. 2.) I'm thinking Cretolamna for this shark tooth, but it looks like the cusps have two peaks, which is throwing me off. Any thoughts?
  3. Jared C

    Austin Tylosaur tooth

    From the album: Proudest finds

    Species: likely Tylosaurus proriger Date of discovery: May 5, 2021 Locale: Austin
  4. hokietech96

    Display

    Hi. Still waiting to get out and hunt. In the meantime I threw this together. It was inspired by other displays I saw on the forum. Enjoy for now can’t wait to be in a creek!
  5. I took a one hour detour on my way home from work today and hit a tiny secluded creek that I hunt on occasion. I only had 30 minutes to hunt but I walked up on nice little mosasaur tooth and a killer hundred year old whiskey bottle in great shape.
  6. Hi everyone ! Need a bit of help here . I am planing on expand my marine reptile collection All these fossil claim to be from Khouribga ,Morocco ( according to seller info ) 1. Here is 3.94 " Rooted Mosasaur : Real Root ? , Does this root look composited to you guy ? I am not quite familiar with Rooted tooth 2. Here is 4.52 " rooted Mosasaur tooth .. Same question. Real root ? Composite Root ? 3. Here is 2.16" Rooted Globidens tooth : Same question ... Real root ? composite tooth ? 4. Rooted Croc tooth : same question
  7. ThePhysicist

    Tylosaurus Tooth

    Identification: Mosasaur teeth can be difficult to assign to a species. However, given the size of the tooth, it must be from T. proriger - the only Mosasaur in the formation large enough to produce this tooth. Notes: Shows feeding wear (pictured) with mostly complete enamel. Uncommon find for this formation/locality. Identifiers: This identification is supported by Michael J. Polcyn (researcher specializing in the evolution of Mosasaurs) of Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, USA. Citation: COPE, EDWARD D., 1869, Remarks on Holops brevispinus, Ornitho
  8. ThePhysicist

    T. proriger Tooth Fossil Profile

    From the album: North Sulphur River

    A worn Tylosaur tooth from Ladonia, TX. Found Oct. 7, 2018.
  9. This is a Mosasaur Jaw for sale on an auction site, and these are the only photos provided. Does it look authentic?
  10. PrehistoricWonders

    Possible mosasaur tooth

    Hi everyone, I was wondering if you could identify this for me. it seems to have enamel on it, my guess would be a mosasaur tooth. tia.
  11. ThePhysicist

    Mosasaur Tooth Fragment

    From the album: Post Oak Creek

    Mosasaur tooth fragment. Scale bar = 1 cm. Collected 6/21/18.
  12. -Andy-

    Mosasaurus tooth (M. cf. hoffmani)

    From the album: Mosasaurs

    70 - 66 mya Ouled Abdoun, Morocco 2.73 inches straight
  13. sharko69

    Post Oak Mosy Tooth

    Spent the day on the creek with my son today. Could not have ordered up a better day to go. Spring time came to Texas this week and even had to break out the sunscreen. Found some nice teeth and the usual brokes. My son found a beautiful Ctretodus lateral tooth and a really nice S. raphiodon lateral and I to my surprise, found the first mosasaur tooth I have ever found at Post Oak.
  14. Currently my fossil collection is made of mostly many smaller sea fossils (if anyone wants to see those as well just ask) My biggest part of it is this Mosasaur tooth that I got in Portuagal. Apparently and not too surprisingly, it was found in Morocco and I'm just wondering if anyone knows the possible species of Mosasaur this could be. Plus one other question. I've been looking for fossils specifically Dino fossils and UKGE seems like a good place to get them but I wanted to ask if the website is safe and trustworthy so, is it? And my final word on the Mosasaur, if you want me to show m
  15. I had done a post about the tooth. So the info on the Mosasaur tooth is that it’s from Morocco. That’s all I know about it and if someone could figure out the specific species that’d be great. I also would like to know what the creature was for my other fossils.
  16. So I've gotten myself into an extremely rare deal- a mosasaur and pliosaur tooth both in the US for a great price. The goodies arrived today, and I might as well show em off. First off, we have a mosasaur tooth from the Ozan Formation of Fannin County. Knowing that the NSR flows inside Fannin County and is also part of the Ozan Formation, This tooth is probably also from the NSR itself. Although the seller didn't have time to do a full ID on the tooth and simply labeled it as unidentified, by extensive comparing with other mosasaur teeth from the area, I can promp
  17. Olivia Doiron

    Mosasaur tooth

    So the other day I visited a local tiny shop that sells minerals and fossils, and snagged a Mosasaur tooth from Khouribga Morocco. The label only said 'Mosasaur tooth, Khouribga, Morocco.' Naturally, as the curious person that I am, Im trying to find the species of the owner. After I researched a bit I narrowed down the species to those found in Morocco, yet I had trouble finding one with similar teeth. Globidens and Carinodens were quickly out of the question, since the teeth are rounded and kinda look like mushrooms to some extent, very unlike mine. Yet practically all the teeth I saw for th
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