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Today the wife and I hit my white river spot. It was a very successful hunt-my wife has a keen eye for fossils, much better than me! Anyway, this tooth was found. I immediately thought some kind of rhino or hippo. I’m thinking hyracodons? We also found this oval piece of enamel in the same area. I’m thinking mastodon for this one. These are total guesses on my part and I’m more familiar with the verts of Florida. Any thoughts are welcome and appreciated.
One of the great things about being a geologist in Colorado is that I get to see a lot of places most people don't. How I see it, when I'm not in the office...and trust me there is more armchair time than there is field time, but when I'm not in the office, I'm being paid to scout new fossil locations. The company is just lucky I have a GPS in my company truck! But to be honest, they are totally cool with me taking detours...I digress. One day I was driving to BFE for work, and noticed something beautiful in the background. I thought to myself, that looks deliciously fossiliferous. It took
Hello All, this was found in Micro Matrix from the basal Calvert lag deposit in Central VA. Oligocene, Eocene, and Early Miocene teeth can be found here. About an inch in length, 14/16 in width of root, cusps about 2/16 Maybe @isurus90064 might know this one. Or any of you VA shark tooth experts out there, as I know there are many! Thanks, FA