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Shark (& other?) teeth found in Monmouth county area
Dmgs11 posted a topic in Fossil IDHi all, Looking for some help identifying some teeth found in a creek in Monmouth county.
Dmgs11 posted a topic in Fossil IDHi, Can anyone help identify if these are bone fragments? And if so, from what? Found among many shark teeth and other fossils in a creek in Monmouth county common for fossils
Big Brook, NJ - Fossil ID required
Nanor posted a topic in Fossil IDThese fossils were all found at Big Brook in New Jersey. From what I know, they should likely be from the Cretaceous period. I was unable to find much reference on what the following fossils may be. Anyways, thanks in advance! By the way, I didn’t want to upload too many photos at once, so please feel free to ask for additional photos of any of the specimens.
One more Tooth Ache??
marcltetreault posted a topic in Fossil IDI’ll try one more tonight while I have the attention of so many helpful people. this was collected also at Colt’s Neck, New Jersey. From a riverbed
SharkySarah posted a topic in Questions & AnswersI plan on hunting the Marshalltown formation in New Jersey / Delaware soon. I can’t find what fossils to expect online. Does anyone have resources or know what to expect?
Coral found in Big Brook, NJ
TRexEliot posted a topic in Fossil IDI read recently that some reworked devonian corals can be found mixed in with the fossils at big brook, and I wanted to post this old find to get people's opinion. Kind of looks like a lot of devonian corals I've found, but I had just assumed it was cretaceous because of the location.
Ramanessin Brook Crocodile Scute?
Allodon posted a topic in Fossil IDHi everyone, I found this at Ramanessin Brook today. I thought it resembled the crocodile scutes that can be found here but I've never seen one in person and I know that concretions can do really tricky things so I'm not sure. Thoughts?
Unknown from the Cretaceous of NJ
fossilsofnj posted a topic in Fossil IDUnknown from the Upper Cretaceous of Monmouth County, New Jersey. Tip has an enamel coating. I’ve done a considerable amount of micro collecting in our area and this is the only example I’ve found to date. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance - John