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  1. jikohr

    Whale Otolith, bone, or rock?

    Hi guys! This was found off the coast of North Carolina by a scuba diver, My first thought was huge weathered otolith but I'm not sure and would like a second opinion if it might be another bone or a rock. It's a little over 5 inches. Thanks!
  2. RuMert

    Fish otoliths

    From the album: Moscow region Late Jurassic vertebrates

    Up to 10 mm, Fili Park, Volgian-Nikitini zone. Palealbula moscoviensis
  3. Melanye

    Help with identification please.

    My first guess was an ear bone but I cant find anything that looks like it. Then I stubled on this mollusk fossil from England called gisortia coombii. Here's the kicker im in Maryland. Found it in an early miocene area.
  4. TNCollector

    Fish Otoliths

    Hello all, Are these fish otoliths? I have been finding a ton of them in my Oligocene spots in MS, and never really knew what they were. I decided to do some research and I see some resemblance wiht fish otoliths. Almost all of the vertebrate bits I find here are black, so I didn't think they could be bone, but perhaps the mineralization is different on these otoliths. I apologize for the bad photos. I am away visiting family and do not have my microscope. All specimens are less than 1cm. Oligocene Marine Mississippi
  5. PA Fossil Finder

    Spotted Seatrout Otolith #1, Front B

    From the album: Pleistocene Microfossils from Merritt Island, Florida

    The third picture of the Spotted Seatrout otolith.
  6. PA Fossil Finder

    Spotted Seatrout Otolith #1, Front A

    From the album: Pleistocene Microfossils from Merritt Island, Florida

    Another picture of the Spotted Seatrout otolith.
  7. PA Fossil Finder

    Spotted Seatrout Otolith #1, Back

    From the album: Pleistocene Microfossils from Merritt Island, Florida

    I believe this is the otolith of a Spotted Seatrout (Cynoscion nebulosus) or a similar species from the Melbourne Bone Bed (10,000 - 20,000 years old. Found in microfossil matrix gathered from a dredge spoil island near Merritt Island, Florida.
  8. PA Fossil Finder

    Hardhead Catfish Otolith #1, Back (Arius felis)

    From the album: Pleistocene Microfossils from Merritt Island, Florida

    Another view of the Hardhead Catfish otolith.
  9. PA Fossil Finder

    Hardhead Catfish Otolith #1, Front (Arius felis)

    From the album: Pleistocene Microfossils from Merritt Island, Florida

    A fish otolith, probably from the Hardhead Catfish (Arius felis) but it also closely resembles a Gafftopsail Catfish otolith (Bagre marinus) from the Melbourne Bone Bed (10,000 - 20,000 years old). It's a rather angular fossil, so I used clay to position it for the photo. Found in microfossil matrix gathered from a dredge spoil island near Merritt Island, Florida.
  10. PA Fossil Finder

    Atlantic Croaker Otolith (Micropogonias undulatus)

    From the album: Pleistocene Microfossils from Merritt Island, Florida

    This is another view of the Atlantic Croaker otolith.
  11. PA Fossil Finder

    Atlantic Croaker Otolith (Micropogonias undulatus)

    From the album: Pleistocene Microfossils from Merritt Island, Florida

    A small fish otolith from the Melbourne Bone Bed (10,000 - 20,000 years old). I think this is from an Atlantic Croaker (Micropogonias undulatus). Found in microfossil matrix from a dredge spoil pile near Merritt Island, Florida.
  12. Okay, so this came from Hungary, from miocene (badenian) deposit. (attached picture) Scale = 1cm Any idea what this could be? Thank you! Márton
  13. Hi to everybody, I've been struggling a lot of time in ID these little bones. I think they are some otoliths, but I can't identify them using internet images or articles. They are Pliocene in age (from Spain). Every line from the scale is 1 mm. Thanks in advance!
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