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  1. Found this bone fragment after a storm in folly beach sc. And help identifying what animal it came from is much appreciated.
  2. fossilnoggin

    Summerville Area Creek Trip

    staying in the area for a bit and got out to explore a creek near summerville with my son for a few hours. Steamy hot, but it was still nice to be out searching. Nothing sizable, and many beat up teeth, but we did manage a really nice small great white (next to the penny)? Also happy to see the partial Angustidens- our first in any condition.
  3. Anyone getting out on any hunts this season? I have been on three fossil hunts in and around Charleston. Found teeth, bone, meg frags, angy frags, hemi's, extinct tiger, the usual. No large perfect fossils this time around. I hope to check out a couple more near virgin sites this season. I wanted to ask a question. Has anyone used side scan sonar to locate gravel beds and fossils in the bottom of a river? How well does it work on a 1 to 10 scale? Wanted to make a couple of announcements about local fossil shows. NOVEMBER 2021 Foss
  4. Pleistocene land mammal bones from SC I have a significant amount of miscellaneous bone fragments from SC. Most are likely horse, camel and deer, though some could be tapir and sloth. I would be willing to trade for other regional specimens. I am creating fossil kits that I give away, so nice smaller specimens would work (ammonites, trilobites, blastoids, etc.) I can add additional similar material to enhance any trade.
  5. AmazoniteJosh

    Whale Bone? From Myrtle Beach

    I have another mystery fossil. We found this a few weeks ago at Myrtle Beach. I looks like some kind of fossilized bone, but I'm such a newbie, if it's not a sharks tooth, croc tooth, ray plate or barb I'm at a loss at what I'm looking at. It looks like it might be a part of a whale vertebrae, but that's just a guess. Any help would be appreciated. the last shot is the best of the other fossils we found. It was pretty slim pickings! Thanks
  6. Lee Taylor

    Potential fossil sites

    I have been doing some Google maps searching for sites that may yield a fossil or two. I found a few sites that look to me to have potential. Fortunately they are close to my house. I put the coordinates into my marine GPS and I am prepared to go take a look. What is your perception of these Google images from a fossil potential perspective?
  7. Coddiwomple Adventures

    Newbie to fossil hunting

    Are you allowed to use screens in SC? I know you can't in Summerville, how about anywhere else? Thanks for your help.
  8. Lee Taylor

    Fossil hunting after rainfall

    Yesterday we had heavy rainfall in Charleston. Rainfall is of course one of the natural elements that erodes the material surrounding fossils. We know that some fossils become exposed to the earths surface due to rain. In Charleston, good areas to search after a hard rain are shores, river edges, creeks, gravel beds, and excavation sites. Dredge piles are also good search areas. There is a particular area on Folly Beach which has a significant amount of dredge material. It would be a good area to search today or tomorrow at low tide. I suggest you search here between 10am and 2pm (low tide). T
  9. cthamon

    Egg, Coprolite, or Neat Rock?

    Found slightly north of Columbia, SC in the middle of the state in a creek. Caught my eye because of the inside, but the outside seems to have some sort of non-natural looking inclusions. If you’re able, zoom in on the exterior to see what I mean. Any help is appreciated! Totally understand this could just be a rock but it seems too odd.
  10. Lee Taylor

    Fossil shows

    I have been out of the fossil hunting loop for a while. What has been going on as far as fossil shows is concerned?
  11. Hi all. I have 2 things to ask about. The longer one was found in a creek in summerville SC it is just under 1.5 inches or 3.81cm. It is smooth all around, no ridges the center hole is definitely circular. The second one was found at Green Mill Run in Greenville NC it is .75 inches or 1.9 cm. I thought is was different the way he tip is a different color then the rest. Also there is a ridge running around the tip that I can feel even where the enamel (?) Is not chipped off. Thank you so much!! I am happy to answer questions
  12. FossilizedShoe

    ID Help - 2 Shark Teeth from Charleston SC

    I found these two teeth on a recent fossil hunting trip in the Charleston, SC area. The tooth on the left is 15mm and the tooth on the right is 13mm.
  13. On Saturday, I made the trip down to Charleston to hunt for fossils on one of several islands in the Charleston area on which the dredge spoils pulled out of the harbor are deposited. I drove down cautiously optimistic, as I knew that there should be fossils to be found, as the harbor cuts down deep enough to hit the right formation. Even then, my expectations were absolutely blown out of the water. The trip was an unmitigated success, as shown by the photo below. The picture above shows my haul for the whole 4 hours I spent picking over the piles and fields of dredge spoils. One th
  14. cthamon

    Coprolite? Charleston, SC

    Found on a beach I stop by when I’m in Charleston. Not sure if it’s coprolite, but it seems to be my best guess. The conglomeration of odd little chunks doesn’t strike me as anything else, but maybe a very odd sediment deposit or something? The white chunks are bits of oysters/barnacles left on there, don’t think they were original. The main part of the piece is what throws me off. It looks like a giant peach pit or something, all the textures on it are pretty odd. Let me know what you think, I apologize if this is just a mineral or something man made... I always fear po
  15. In between this trip report and the last, I have moved from Houston to Columbia, where I am studying biology at the University of South Carolina, so now I have the opportunitiy to take day trips down to Charleston and Summerville to go fossil hunting, which I am very much looking forwards to doing some more of sometime soon. I made my first trip since moving in on Saturday afternoon to a little creek in Summerville I last hit roughly two and a half months ago. You can see the fruits of that particular trip here: Now, I'm pretty satisfied with the results of this trip, but something impo
  16. PrehistoricWonders

    Alopias Palatasi?

    Hey, I saw this tooth and I’m considering asking if they’ll trade it to me... first I want to know, is it a palatasi, if it is I’ll ask, but before I ask I want to know. It was found in SC and looks to be about an inch. TIA! @digit @Harry Pristis @MarcoSr
  17. PrehistoricWonders

    Shark tooth with matrix?

    Hey, I was wondering what is attached to the root of this tooth... it’s not root, and it’s weird placement for matrix, could it be a little bit of the jaw still attached, like cartilage? I’m pretty sure it’s Carcharhinus, but if anyone could confirm, I’d really appreciate it! TIA!
  18. PrehistoricWonders

    Pathological? Shark teeth

    Hey, I've got this meg that I think could be pathological, but I’m not sure. Here are a couple pics.
  19. PrehistoricWonders

    Unknown shark tooth?

    Hi, I found this tooth in South Carolina earlier this summer and was wondering what it was, right now I’m thinking desori or bene(I’m hoping its a benedini, but I don’t know how realistic that is)
  20. PrehistoricWonders

    Unknown SC tooth

    Hi, I found this tooth in Summerville, SC, and was wondering what you guys thought it was, I thought it was a desori, but I want to make sure. TIA
  21. FossilizedShoe

    Summerville SC Land Site

    Let's say I've theoretically found an active construction site in Summerville, South Carolina that I would like to go fossiling in. How would I get permission to go and poke around there? What days of the week would nobody be working there? Also, what would be the best way to begin looking for teeth at a land site? I have some experience in the Summerville creeks, but have no clue where to start here. I would really appreciate some input from those of you who happen to be knowledgable about this kind of thing.
  22. Got a pretty decent haul out of Summerville on Tuesday, finally found a creek spot that was halfway decent. Lots of little broken Meg chunks, but the big tooth remains elusive. I did find a nice angustidens, though, which is in excellent shape for a creek tooth of that size. I put the specimens I could use some help identifying in the upper right hand corner of the first picture. I know the top two are mammal teeth of some sort, pretty sure the right one is either horse or camel, but I have no clue about the one on the left. Below them are what I assume is the remains of some sort of coral, an
  23. BenHE

    Shark Tooth ID

    A quite weathered tooth that I can’t ID. Found in Summerville, SC.
  24. RocksInMyPocket

    Possible Turtle Shell from Summerville

    Hey guys! New member here from Charleston. Hoping to get some help ID’ing what I think might be turtle shell pieces and another potential fossil. Found these in a creek in Summerville along with some teeth (Chandler Bridge Formation). Thanks!
  25. nathan.dugan

    Unknown vertebra from SC

    Hi all, took a trip to Hilton Head island, SC this year. No luck for shark teeth - but I did dredge this guy up. Doesn’t look like a shark vert. It’s around 1/2 inch long. Any ideas? My apologies for the poor pictures.
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