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  1. Jbenton

    Mammal tooth-what kind?

    Found in the peace river Florida. Any idea of the animal? If so, what type of tooth? Molar perhaps?
  2. Would like help identifying what appears to be fossilized bone. Could not get accurate measurements in photos but joint piece is approx. 1.5 inches wide. Overall size is approx. 6 inches width X 4.5 inches length. Thickness is about .5 inches and flairs into a flat bottom approx. 1 inch wide. Piece was discovered by friend along Potomac River between Maryland and West Virginia, USA. Any help in identifying type of bone or possible species/type of animal would be great. Any information or guesses is appreciated.
  3. jcbshark

    Florida tooth for ID

    Found yesterday and unsure if bison or possibly rhino. Any help is appreciated
  4. Jbenton

    Peace river find-ID Please

    Hi all Found in the Peace. Any idea what this is? Almost looks like a mammoth frag? What do you think? Thanks
  5. Jbenton

    Peace River Tooth! Help with ID

    Any idea on type of tooth? From peace river Florida
  6. I want to go back to Peace River but I don't want to do the normal canoe outpost thing this time. I want to take a kayak south of Zolfo springs were the river gets bendy, shallow, and remote. I don't have a kayak so I'm wondering if anyone has any recommendations for where I can rent one or if they want a hunting buddy for the second week of May.
  7. Could anyone here help educate me on what I found? I am guessing that the objects in this river rock are either aquatic plant parts of some sort, or terrestrial plant seeds. Just two wild guesses on my part. I never find fossils in this river, so I was surprised when I spotted it. Any help would be appreciated. - Thanks!
  8. Rockwood


    Another one from the west branch of the Trinity River, in north central Texas. Is there enough to ID it further ?
  9. Rockwood

    Porous object

    Having played around old equipment all my life, I think I know what this is, but it just looks so much like a fossil I had to check. Hint: It fails a tap test.
  10. Rockwood

    Siphuncle ?

    This was found in the west branch of the Trinity River in north central Texas. It's just a hunch, could this be a piece of siphuncle from a large ammonite ?
  11. Rockwood


    I was having fun challenging a Canadien goose to a honking contest near the west branch of the Trinity River in north central Texas when I almost unconsciously noticed this in the sand.
  12. Rockwood

    Sponge this time

    This was found in the west branch of the Trinity River in Arlington, TX. I'm thinking this one has to be a sponge. (and hoping someone agrees this time. )
  13. Rockwood

    Canid mandible?

    This was found in the west branch of the Trinity River in Arlington, TX. Could it be wolf ?
  14. Rockwood

    Mandible with tooth

    Found in West Fork Trinity River north central Texas. I'm fairly certain it's a fossil. Tapping it on my teeth is what I've found most effective for this size, and it seems quite hard. It's also heavy for its size. The tooth looks to be unerupted to me.
  15. Rockwood

    Piece of a big what

    This was found on a gravel bar in the Trinity River in Arlington, TX. It appears to be a fragment of a much larger shell, but I can't figure out what kind of shell. Ammonite maybe ?
  16. What's up, everyone?! I'm in Quincy, WA for work for about 6 weeks and would love to do some digging. Does anyone know if there some good spots out here? Also, I don't know if the regulations are the same as at home (New Mexico). Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Hope you all are happy and healthy! View from the base of my driveway. Columbia River at dawn.
  17. New to fossil hunting and found this (and lots of other things) in the Peace River last weekend. Any idea of what it is?
  18. CrinoidCrazy

    Another Kansas River Find

    HELP! My friend found this on the sandbar today. I’ve never seen anything like it! Feels like bone…. Any ideas?
  19. Jb13579mc

    Snake head or plant?

    Cleveland Texas
  20. cava.zachary

    Pampathere osteoderm?

    I believe this is a Holmesina osteoderm (my first), but please correct me if you think otherwise. From a north Florida river. Thanks! -Zach
  21. Ecyrb13

    Fossil found

    Hello we found this tooth while sifting for shark teeth in the Peace river in Arcadia Florida USA. It was found in the gravel patches near the middle of the river. Anyone know what it could be from?
  22. Here is a view of my green river formation collection. Most of these fish were found at @sseth's quarry, American Fossil. First up is my prize fish, a partial Eohiodon I also have this Priscacara that I've been on and off prepping. A piece of wood from the split fish layer. A partial Phareodus from the split fish layer A (i think fairly rare) stingray barb that had come out of the matrix A Knightia that also has a partial crocodile tooth in the matrix that I had removed. And a view of the whole collection
  23. morton.rainey1978

    Ohio Fossil

    Good morning, Tank here. I hate asking, especially when I am probably completely wrong too, but I've given myself a migraine searching through other sites. I've narrowed it down to something between anything and everything thanks to Google. I found this one, and quite a few more as well, along the bank of the Tuscarawas River in New Philadelphia Ohio. Google New Phila Hog Heaven and there is the spot I've been getting them. None are exactly alike but all appear to be somehow connected by color texture and all likenesses I guess. I just haven't any idea what I'm finding and my wife calls it Ali
  24. dmiller9798

    Tooth? Claw? Bone? Spear tip?

    New to hunting fossils/shark teeth and found this unknown object, was thinking maybe a tooth or claw but some buddies say maybe bone carved spear tip or something. Found it in a river in southern Alabama with what they tell me is a Eocene formation on the river bank.
  25. cava.zachary

    Mystery osteoderm

    At first I thought this was a neural bone from a turtle but now I'm wondering if it might be a mammalian osteoderm (3cm long x 1cm thick). From a north Florida river. - Zach
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