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  1. Hi guys! I think the first three are: Peccary molar Camel pre molar Coyote canine But I'm not super sure and would really appreciate a second opinion. I'm lost on the last two Any help or feedback is greatly appreciated as always! Thanks!
  2. Hi everyone, I'm hoping to be able to find out the identity of this tooth I found in the White River formation last summer. It has an odd triangular cross section and doesn't seem to match anything I've seen so far. I was wondering if it might be from the ancient peccary Perchoerus as I saw some similarities online when I was exploring that option. I would be interested in reading all of your opinions. The tooth is approx. 4 cm in length and 1 cm at its widest point. Photo from the field
  3. There is a new publication on fossil peccaries from North America now available online, if anyone is aware: Prothero, D.R., 2021. The systematics of North American peccaries (Mammalia: Artiodactyla: Tayassuidae). New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 85: 1–76. https://books.google.com/books?id=fJcwEAAAQBAJ&newbks=0&hl=en&source=newbks_fb This publication provides a comprehensive overview of fossil peccaries from North America, and also erects three new genera, of which two were assigned to Prosthennops.
  4. Shellseeker

    Peccary versus Modern Pig

    I hunt frequently. I find what I believe to be peccary teeth not infrequently. As we know , there is a problem. Modern pigs (domestic, wild, boars) have peccaries as ancestors. Teeth of modern pigs and peccaries are similar. Are the differences significant enough to be able to easily differentiate the two species. I thought they were. I am going to use a couple of @Harry Pristis fantastic photos, which remain the best resource for this discussion. In this photo of domestic pig from Florida, note the circular petal nature of of the chewing surface on each tooth.. Sort of reminds me of Gom
  5. Shellseeker

    Today's fossil finds

    Found a bunch of knowns, and then these 2 that have some question. 1st up is a Peccary or modern pig p4 premolar, very worn. A helper from Harry on Sus Scrofa AND a photo of a Peccary p4 from PrehistoricFlorida . Which is this fossil and how differentiated ? Thanks Here is the 2nd.. Looks like a jaw. Maxilla ? Alveoli? Dolphin ? Is this my imagination? Just a rock?
  6. Since Platygonus Peccary is the topic, a specimen I've wondered about for many years. Found in a cave in Perry County, Missouri 16 January 1977, a specimen I'd ID'ed as Platygonus compressus and it was associated with other Ice Age fossils. However, I have a replica of a 9" Sabertooth canine I helped find in another nearby cave and there are similarities.... Please tell me what you think, Peccary canine or juvenile Sabertooth canine? The hollow portion has some wax inserted for reinforcement. The light blue grid is one inch.
  7. Smoky Hill

    Nebraska Platygonus Peccary

    One of my finds from the Nebraska badlands found circa 1960's.
  8. Joyce

    Mammal teeth GMR

    Hi all! I'm hoping for some insight. I found two mammal teeth at GMR today and I am not 100% sure what they are. I was thinking peccary or deer. Assistance is appreciated.
  9. Hello! I have a coworker that found this tooth in the Kansas City Missouri area creek walking. It is definitely a tooth, and from my limited resources and knowledge it is definitely a deciduous tooth ( no roots) and it looks like a peccary tooth though maybe a bit large for a "baby" tooth, so the thought on deciduous mastodon?. I can get specific measurements, but it is about 2-2 1/4 inches long and about 1 1/2 inches wide. Thoughts appreciated! Bone
  10. megaholic

    Distal Core bone

    I found this on a exposed gravel bar yesterday. First thought was just a deer hoof core. After I got home I see it has a flat bottom, and has a ring of pores around it that the Odocoileus that I have do not share. Now I'm thinking turtle with no claws, or armadillo hind foot? It is offset to share a space with another. scale is in inches. This would be the bottom.
  11. These are a few of the pdf files (and a few Microsoft Word documents) that I've accumulated in my web browsing. MOST of these are hyperlinked to their source. If you want one that is not hyperlinked or if the link isn't working, e-mail me at joegallo1954@gmail.com and I'll be happy to send it to you. Please note that this list will be updated continuously as I find more available resources. All of these files are freely available on the Internet so there should be no copyright issues. Articles with author names in RED are new additions since June 18
  12. I_gotta_rock

    Peccary Humerus

    From the album: Calvert Cliffs

    Top view of bone identified as Miocene Peccary (Dicotyles protervus) by the good folks at Calvert Marine Museum Found on Matoaka Beach, St. Leonard, MD Roughly 10 million years old Exact formation unknown
  13. Monkeyfuss

    Possible Peccary Tooth Crown?

    Fond this washed up on on a gravel bar in Green's Mill Run a week or so back. Anyone seen anything like it? I'm guessing it's a peccary but I can't find anything quite like it anywhere online. I'll try you folks. Thanks in advance, Monkeyfuss
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