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  1. Shellseeker

    2nd of 3 Toe bones

    Out today with a couple of friends to a Miocene site. Very few Pleistocene fossils found here. I have found similar toebones before. I believe that this is a proximal phalanx from a small cat. It is 31.75 mm (1.25 Inch) in length.
  2. Shellseeker

    Small Predator Astragalus

    I went hunting yesterday and after a week off. Summer hunting is different, 98% of the Peace River is way too deep to hunt without scuba equipment. The Mosquitos swarm you, more in the woods, but also when you are in the river. The Results are generally not up to in season standards. I tend to find some different fossils on a summer hunting trip and this fit that pattern. Top right are tilly bones, more than normal. Lower left has some ray mouth plates not broken into single or half single teeth. That is a juvenile dugong vert, the best I have found at this size. A sawfish rostral tooth
  3. Finding Florida

    Found in Peace River 2

    Found this tooth and Peace River would like to know what it's from
  4. This fossil comes from Richards Spur and it is Permian. I think it's a coprolite with a bone bitten by the predator that the coprolite belongs to, but I'm not very sure. What do you think about it? Thank you.
  5. Dr. Hone and Holtz take an objective look at Spinosaurus has an aquatic predator. Gotta love it, another view, excellent read. From Abstract: "Here we assess the arguments about the functional morphology of this animal and the available data on its ecology and possible habits in the light of these new finds. We conclude that based on the available data, the degree of adaptations for aquatic life are questionable, other interpretations for the tail fin and other features are supported (e.g., socio-sexual signalling), and the pursuit predation hypothesis for Spinosaurus as a “
  6. Shellseeker

    Predator tooth

    A very interesting tooth. As you know, the fossil layers in Florida are generally jumbled over time, leading to the frequent occurrence of finding million year old fossils, right next to fossils from 10000 years ago and even non_fossils from 100 years ago. This fact adds greatly to the difficulty of identifying any specific fossil. One of many fossil layers I hunt dates back to 12 mya. This find came from that layer. It is a predator tooth used for shearing meat off of bone. Size is occlusal length 17.6 x width 8.3 x H 26.7 mm, putting it in the range of Canis latrans or Puma concolo
  7. Shellseeker

    Predator Canine

    64 mm Canine. I keep flip_flopping. Wolf, Bear, Jaguar are the likely candidates.
  8. Shellseeker

    SMALL teeth but not micro

    I have recently found dugong, whale, and dolphin ribs. Hunting friend gave me a tiny rib that we both thought might be dolphin. He is NOT a bone collector. I found a small dolphin tooth. It is 13mm. How small do these get? and then a predator tooth. I will just leave the photos, and request comments and identifications.
  9. Found near the original Burgess shale, this relative of anamalocaris probably fed in bottom sediments https://m.phys.org/news/2019-07-voracious-cambrian-predator-cambroraster-species.html
  10. Shellseeker

    Exciting Phalanx

    If this is what I think it is... it's rare and exciting. This fossil is a phalanx (a toe bone at the end of the foot) . I have mis_identified very similar bones as predator in the past, so I ask for help . @Harry Pristis For anyone new to fossil toe bones, refer to the analysis and fantastic photos in this TFF thread: http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/83952-toe-bone-possible-predator/
  11. doushantuo

    predatory fish investigation

    Among the first things I ever posted here were miscellanous items on Saurichthys. Here's one more: bio.014720.full.pdf(about 1,8 Mb) The invisible fish: hydrodynamic constraints for predator-preyinteraction in fossil fish Saurichthys compared to recent actinopterygians Ilja Kogan1,2,*, Steffen Pacholak3,4,*, Martin Licht1,‡, Jö rg W. Schneider1,2, Christoph Brücker3 and Sebastian Brandt5 an outtake:
  12. Miatria

    Toe Bone, Possible Predator

    I found this toe bone this weekend and am working on an ID. It is from Florida's Peace River, Pleistocene, and is 1.5" long.
  13. Found in Lance Creek formation in Wyoming, late Cretaceous. Need help ID'ing this predator tooth. Measurements are 2.6cm long x 1.2cm wide x .7cm thick. Faint serrations present on top and bottom of tooth.
  14. Found in Lance Creek formation in Wyoming, late Cretaceous. Need help ID'ing this predator tooth. Measurements are 3cm long x 1.8cm wide x 1.2cm thick. Serrations present on top and bottom of tooth.
  15. Paleo-eater

    Possible Carnivore Tooth?

    I'm sorry that I skipped the introduction thread, but I wanted to post this in the appropriate area. I am an amateur arrowhead/artifact hunter that just got back into searching after taking a break from it for about 25 years. I am visiting family in San Antonio, Texas and recently while jogging, I saw some flint chips and eventually found a piece identified as a unifacial scraper This restored my interest in searching for more things. Today I went into an adjacent neighborhood where new construction is going on to see if I could find any any other artifacts, and I found what appears to be
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