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  1. Brandy Cole

    Giant Sloth Phalanx?

    Since the river has been going down, I've been wanting to go out for a long while to check the newly exposed gravel. Finally got a chance and felt up to it a little while before dark yesterday and found a few things. Sandy gravel matrix with Pleistocene and possible Miocene in southeast Texas. I'm thinking this is a medial phalanx from a giant Sloth. Can anyone confirm?
  2. Shellseeker

    1 ungual, 2 proximals

    This was an interesting day. I do not find many hoof cores, especially with 2 proximal phalanx, one of which seems to "fit" pretty well. The pieces I connected came up in back to back sieves. I wonder a number of things. Is the combined Ungual/Proximal set od toebones, small, average or large when compared to other Equus fossils. Later in the day, another toe bone dropped into my sieve (just before the thunderstorm started). The width of this last phalanx is 19.75 mm. All comments and identifications appreciated. Jack
  3. OssifiedConscript

    Mystery Phalanx with a Hole- Elk?

    Hello all, this bone has given me a fair amount of trouble. Several identification attempts have come up relatively fruitless- my running idea is likely an elk. Again, where I found this cuts through early Miocene exposures up to modern day- this bone is mineralized enough to be late Miocene, but I could be very mistaken. What puzzles me is the hole in the middle, which appears to be an invertebrate burrow? I’m unsure of any invert that would possess the ability or desire to burrow into the severed toe of this animal, as it offers not much at all. Let me know your thou
  4. Hi I am currently preparing a bunch of associated bones from Morisson Formation. The fossils have been found near the town Shell. The finder identified the bones as Camptosaurus and I agree with the ID. The jacket contains two femuri, ribs, parts of hip bones as well as a phalanx. It seems that all bones belong to the same animal. However, I am not convinced regarding the phalanx. I think it may not belong to this individual (or Camptosaurus). The campto digits I saw so far looked quite a bit different. If it is not Campto what is it then? Below please find some pi
  5. Shellseeker

    Toe Bone, Phalanx

    An Interesting bone, It does not seem to be predator, so I am thinking something like Tapir, Peccary, etc. My biggest concern is that I have found pre_Equus horses, Gomphothere at this location and very little Pleistocene mammal material. But we will see. It seems to be the size of and resemble Tapir toe bones. I have copied one of @Harry Pristis excellent charts from another thread... Does it not look like a tapir phalanx? Comments greatly appreciated. Jack
  6. These came from creek with mix of QAL and QT, first set I'm thinking the bigger one is deer phalange, not sure about the smaller one. Next one I'm going with croc vert, threw in the antler wondering how to tell if it's fossil, does the burn test work with it as well? I'm not very good with bones so might be wrong, appreciate the help!
  7. FossilizedJello

    Big Brook, NJ Toe bone (Phalanx) ID

    Here are all my finds from big brook. WHAT A DAY ...arrowheads,toe bones, big shark teeth, misc I just need the toe bone ID
  8. garyc

    Mammal phalanx

    I think I know what this is, but will hold off until other input is given..... found on the Brazos River in Texas, Pleistocene @Harry Pristis @Lorne Ledger @fossilus
  9. Spinodude

    Morrison Formation toe ID

    Got a bit of a potential challenge here today! I recently bought this little toe bone (phalanx or metatarsal I guess) online. It was cheap, I guess because it doesn't have anything in terms of location/age other than Morrison Formation. It is about 6 cm long, 6-ish on its widest point and about 5 high at the highest point. It is quite heavy and stubby. Slightly distorted at the front and the circular parts at the front are partially worn off. Has a piece knocked out of it. Which is kind of neat because you can see the internal bone structure in that part. But the main question of c
  10. ozajko

    Pleistocene phalanx bones

    Hello. I have found 3 phalanx bones. Iv found them in river where i have already found bones of mammals like rhino or mammoth, in middle Europe. Thank You for any help in identifying Found in Central Poland.
  11. Shellseeker

    Sm Medial Phalanx

    aa Could be small horse, camel, tapir, but not Equus which would be much larger. See Harry's picture in this thread. http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/76550-middle-phalanx-fossil-id/&page=2 or his Tapir bones in this one.. http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/79479-medial-phalanx/ Thanks for all responses.
  12. ajgus

    Hadrosaur Phalanx?

    I'm wondering what this is. My best (non-expert) guess is that it is a toe bone of some sort. It's about a couple inches (appx. 5cm) in length & equally wide. It resembles some smaller Hadrosaur phalanges I've come across, but that is just a guess. To the best of my knowledge, it hails from Hell Creek. Any thoughts? Thanks in advance!
  13. jamhill

    A few things I’m not sure on

    All found on the beach in Jacksonville Beach FL like twenty years ago. Area known to produce Pleistocene mammals. 1. Thinking sloth phalanx. Note proximal epiphysis is missing/unfused. If it is sloth, does anyone known what kind? Is it medial? 2. Guess is bison first lower premolar 3. Equus sesamoids? Any help is appreciated.
  14. Reebs

    Phalanx fossils?

    Hello, These seem match an ID of phalanx fossils. They were both found in Manatee County, Florida. Any telling what they are from? Smaller one is 3” long and larger one is 3.25” long. many thanks, Marie
  15. Alex Eve

    Toe/Finger bone?

    I found this half of a phalanx bone in the upper Dinosaur Park Formation. I’m wondering whether it belongs to a turtle or a small theropod. Would any of you guys know what it is? Thanks!
  16. FF7_Yuffie

    Kem Kem Claw and Phalanx

    Seller doesn't know what it's from beyond claw and phalanx from Kem Kem in Morocco. Price is pretty good, so it tempts me if anyone has any idea what it's from. I have seen these crop up as raptor claws or deltadromeus claws elsewhere--which to me seems more speculative putting a name to it than it actually being from one of those species. But if anyone knows anything, that would be great.
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