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  1. Hello all. My buddy and I went to the NSR and Post Oak Creek this weekend. I was hoping someone could help me identify a couple of finds. The first is one was found on the bed of the NSR. It appears to be bone, but it is very heavy (perhaps from soaking up all the grey clay since it was embedded in the bed). The second was found at Post Oak Creek and appears to be bone, kind of like a finger type bone (digit). We also found some nice teeth and nice baculite. This is my first post about my finds, so any help would be much appreciated. I was also wondering if anyone could provide some advice on
  2. Hey guys and gals. My hubby and me have been tromping around in Post Oak Creek (Sherman, Grayson Co. Tx.) and he came upon this tooth... I for the life of me can't figure this one out. Is it just part of a shark tooth?
  3. sharko69

    Any ideas? Rock, relic?

    I have found a few of these over the years and just found two more. I have no idea what they are but they are all identicle and roughly the same size about a half inch or so. I found them at Post Oak Creek in Sherman TX. I have found arrowheads here as well which makes me wonder if they could Be man made. As always I appreciate any feedback.
  4. Scale in photo is in mm. I'm thinking this may be a Ptychotrygon triangularis tooth. MIGHT be Ptychotrygon hooveri, but it looks to me to be a closer match to the triangularis. One of my latest finds while sifting through my load of gravel from Post Oak Creek.
  5. Found this odd claw-like bit today while sorting through gravel from Post Oak Creek. Any ideas as to what this might be? Scale is in mm. Dark photo just to show scale. Both sides of the object. The best shot I could get of the "proximal" end of the thing.
  6. Just starting to sort through all of the fine gravel from Post Oak Creek that I collected on July 11, and I've found these so far. Scale on lower right is in mm.
  7. Not a massively productive hunt. Coupled with SOMETHING under the bridge smelling like Every Dead Thing In The Universe, plus nearly getting my car trapped by loose gravel. Anyway, on to the shark tooth pics. Scale is in cm. First, the broken teeth. Then THIS little guy! Don't ask me how I managed to screen-sift a small tooth with its root still in matrix out of a gravel bed! I would have thought that tumbling down those gravel beds would have broken it right off! As it is, I'm gonna have to glue it eventually. It's got a crack in the root that you can see in 1 pic, and the rest of the
  8. rwise

    Post Oak Creek Finds

    Found these in the Post Oak Creek in Sherman, TX. Eagle Ford and Austin Chaulk contact. Need help with ID ing these items. Thanks in advance for your help.
  9. Nenando

    Assorted Shark Teeth

    From the album: Post Oak Creek

    Gonna work on trying to ID them next
  10. I discovered the fossil forum in January of this year, and once my boys and I got the bug, I started using the forum for the usual information that newbies need. Where to go. How to search. What is this thing. Where can I find. You know . . . all the usual stuff. One of the places here in Texas that I found on the forum caught my eye, and I tucked it away in the back of my mind. It was a report of finding shark teeth in the Post Oak Creek in Sherman, TX, which is a good 3 1/2 hour drive for me. So, obviously, I didn't just hop in the ole truck and drive north. But I did have the opportunit
  11. sharko69

    Post Oak Creek Finds

    Here are just a few of my finds over the last month in Sherman,Tx. My son and I have really enjoyed getting dirty. We have found tons but these are some of our best. Not bad for beginners?
  12. sharko69

    Cretacious Shark Tooth Id

    Found these at Post Oak Creek but unsure of what kind of shark they are from. One I think isa small posterior makrel shark but Iwill leaveit to the experts. Thanks for any help.
  13. feeshy1

    Post Oak Creek Bone Id?

    found this bone in post oak creek in sherman a couple days ago ....any ideas what it might be?
  14. danielp

    Partial Turtle Shell

    Here is an unidentified partial turtle shell I found a few years ago at post oak creek. The area is upper cretaceous, eagle ford I believe. I believe that this is probably pleistocene though. It looks more modern to me. I performed a burn test on it and it is indeed mineralized(no penetration of a red hot needle or smell), I haven't had any luck on identifying it myself. 1 square=1"
  15. gturner333

    Post Oak Creek Molar

    I recently found what looks like a mammal molar while I was screening through some bulk sample material from Post Oak Creek in Sherman TX (Austin group). I usually just find marine teeth, verts, gastropods, brachiopods, etc.. But, then I found this little guy. The marks in the pictures are 1mm apart. Any ideas?
  16. acewhips

    Big Poc Tooth

    Since the weather was close to perfect here in N. TX today, I spent the early part of the morning lobbying my 8-yr old to make the 60 minute trip with me up to a favorite section of Post Oak Creek (Sherman, TX - Mesozoic, Upper Cretaceous) to spend the afternoon hunting for shark's teeth for a small jar we're trying to fill. We've made this trip 3 other times, so my hopes were high. Once he stepped out into the backyard and felt the combination of a warming sun tempered by a cooling wind, he was all systems go. Over the course of about 3 hours we found a bunch of broken sharks's teeth that
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