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  1. johnnyvaldez7.jv

    Texas Humerus - Distal end

    Well here is another bone that I wanted to post with the age being in question. It's heavier than a recent bone so it has some mineralization to it. I think it's an Equus sp. humerus. It's much lighter in color than an earlier humerus I've found and posted which was flakey actually...perhaps it is around the same age and where this may have sat on a topside surface and the other humerus sat submerged underwater for longer...I have no clue. Still nice to have and to see. I'm still learning and appreciate any thoughts on identifying the age of bones when they aren't fossilized but have some min
  2. I found this horse molar (right tooth in the photo). It seems to have an isolated protocone as 3 toed horses do, but it is large (31mm left to right) and looks almost the same as most equuid teeth I have found. It is about 95 mm long- and does have a curve which you don't see in the photo. Large 3 toed horse or is it pathologic? @Shellseeker
  3. johnnyvaldez7.jv

    Equus upper cheek tooth?

    Found this tooth on a gravel bank here in Southeast Texas. I think it's an equus upper cheek tooth? I haven't found one this small...so my question is - Was this from an older horse and it's been worn down to this size? It seems fossilized or heavily mineralized. ..solid as a rock.
  4. johnnyvaldez7.jv

    Deer tooth?

    Found this little tooth here in SE Texas. I think it might be a deer tooth? It seems like it might be missing a small piece on one of the edges.
  5. fossilus

    Huge vertebra I found last week

    So last week in the heat of SE Texas I decided to go on a kayak trip (It was 102 F). I didn't find too much but did find this giant thoracic vertebra. It's about 25cm, 9.75 in to the top of the processes, 24 cm (9.25 in) wide across the processes. It looks different than most of my proboscidian vertebrae that I've found, it has a very round neural channel, like I've often seen in sloth thoracic vertebra. It's also stretched vertically. The front articular process extends farther out than what I see in my elephant vertebrae (could it be a xenarthra type process?). It
  6. fossilus

    Beauty in the beast

    I went fossil hunting last week in SE Texas heat and humidity. Not a lot of finds but I did find this proximal humerus encased in sandstone. I wanted to share it after I cleaned off the sandstone and ID'ed it. I believe Bison, quite possibly Latifrons as at least one Latifrons horn core has been found at this site along with many massive bison bones. Heavily mineralized, this piece weighs about 2kg (4.5 lbs) and is about 15cm max width, 18.5 cm long. It retains the process that is usually missing from the river finds I've made. What I find cool is the crystal filled void! Most o

    A Return to the Brazos

    Finding the three-toed horse tooth from my first trip really inspired me, so I made the long drive back to a spot I found along the Brazos River. Despite the treacherous route down the bank and mile long journey to the far end of the sandbar, I was not discouraged. I don't usually look for things from this time period, so almost anything I'd find would be a personal first which added an extra layer of enthusiasm to the hunt. The weather was nice and various recreational planes flew about in the sky. Although the Brazos water isn't the prettiest sight to behold, the carved cliffs and southeaste
  8. fossilus

    Mammoth/Mastodon partial sacrum

    I found this reasonably well preserved partial sacrum (which I assume is either mammoth or mastodon), in the Brazos, a week and a half ago. It is finally dried out and I was able to treat it with paraloid. It was extremely fragile when found it. Size is about 290mm, 11.5 inches left to right in the photos. Is there any way to tell if it is mammoth vs mastodon? I've found both in this spot. I've not been able to find good images online, particularly for mastodon and nothing that describes differences (other than one note that said they may be hard to differentiate). Thanks!
  9. I found this skull fragment a few weeks ago in a river n SE Texas. It is approximately 2.75 inches (7 cm) top to bottom and left to right in the first photo. It is roughly deer sized, but looks different than Odocoleus. The measurement across the condyles is 2.1 inches. @garyc saw this just after i found it- (it was good running into him on the river!). It's heavy for its size, well mineralized. The last photo compares Odocoileus . @Lorne Ledger @Harry Pristis @JohnJ
  10. fossilus

    Could these be Calippus teeth?

    Through the years I've found these very small horse teeth in SE Texas. In the photo the 2 center teeth are each 16 mm wide as measured across the width of the crown, the rightmost tooth 19 mm. I know these pre-equus teeth can be difficult to ID. Anyone out there can help? @Harry Pristis @Shellseeker @garyc
  11. fossilus

    Sloth Astragalus, Eremotherium?

    I, my son and grandson went canoeing yesterday on a river in SE Texas. My son spotted this from about 50 yards away on a gravel bar. I'm pretty sure it is Eremotherium but wanted confirmation as it would be a scarce find here. It weighs about 11 lbs and is about 8 1/2 inches wide maybe 9 inches tall. Any input? @garyc @ harry_pristis @ shellseeker @uncle siphuncle @PrehistoricFlorida
  12. jshclvrt1

    Large Pleistocene astragalus?

    I have had this bone for a few months. I found it in the lower brazos river in southeast Texas. I find Pleistocene and recent bones. I've looked all over the skeletons of my usual suspects cow, horse, camel but have not found a match. I think it is complete. Today I was looking though one of the excelent galleries here and saw a cave bear astragalus. It was too small but kind of had the shape I was looking for. I found what might be a closer match with the sloth. I'm just matching Google images though. I'm wondering if anyone can tell me if I am hot or cold. I'm not sure how to hold this so s
  13. jshclvrt1

    Mammal tooth?

    I found this tooth and antler in the lower brazos river. The antler looks a lot like deer to me. The tooth is my first to find. I haven't found a similar tooth searching through the forum, so any thoughts?
  14. jshclvrt1

    Mammoth femur?

    My largest find yet! I am quite certain because of its size it is mammoth but I'm curious to see if there is enough bone to make a better ID.
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