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  1. Lmsolliday

    Is it???

    It has a bourlette, right? Is it a baby one (size is approximately a quarter)?
  2. Th13teen13

    Mississippian Shark

    I need help 2 give an id 2 this fossil it is from The Mississippian age found in Harrodsburg Limestone Formation Washington County, Indiana On the tag is saying it is Orodus which wasn’t around at that time and wasn’t a Hybodont Someone Who works with lots of Carboniferous fossils said it could be a Saivodus root(maybe upside down) what do you think. The root/tooth is about 0.75 cm in size what do you think ? The bottom picture is a fossil of a Saivodus
  3. Hastalis

    Alopias exigua tooth?

    Hello, this is my very first find of thresher shark tooth over here in southern Slovakia (Lučenec region). Age: early Miocene/Eggenburgian (Central Paratethys). I have made some pictures from different angles to make the identification easier. It looks like Alopias exigua tooth to me., but since this is my first thresher shark I have some doubts... Have compared it to the extant Alopias superciliosus too (looks very similar), but this species appeared later in Middle Miocene, so I have exluded this option... If it is the Alopias exigua, I can add the first thresher
  4. It is around 4 inches and it was advertised as an angustiden tooth. I was wondering if they were correct
  5. Are these lemon shark teeth? Or black tip? Or something else entirely? How do you tell the difference between lemon and black tip shark teeth? These are from the temblor formation, slow curve ernst quarry.
  6. On Wednesday, October 12th, I took another trip to a nearby favorite spot of mine that I found a few years ago which exposes the Sciponoceras gracile Zone, Camp Wisdom Member, Upper Britton Formation of the Eagle Ford Group here in Texas (Late Cenomanian-Early Turonian, 92-95mya), and had probably my best hunt from this site, including several different ammonites, a few shark teeth, my first Enchodus, and 26 Ferroranina dichrous crabs! First find was this very nice Yezoites delicatulus (Scaphitidae) ammonite A very worn Ptychodus sp. (Ptychodontidae) shark tooth:
  7. This japanese say Trilobite cambrian Utah USA Amonite jurassic northern France Shark teeth miocene Florida USA I know what all of this mean but I dont know species
  8. AmmoniteDelight

    Eagle Ford Creek

    Hey there, forum! We were all visiting the neighborhood of my husband’s first childhood home in NE Texas and what started as revisiting childhood memories for him turned out to be a random fossil hunting adventure for me. I saw behind the block what was a nice creek with a small gravel bar and immediately pulled out my geological survey map. I saw that we were no longer in the (miserable) Austin Chalk formation and in the Eagle Ford! (Kef) A creek that isnt Post Oak? Let’s test it out! I’ve actually *never* been to a Kef exposure that wasn’t Post Oak, because Post Oak is so close to me (and al
  9. Hey guys! Thought you would like to see what I've been recovering from a site in North Florida. To date I've recovered the associated jawbone, humerus, radio-ulna, vertebra, and upper molar/incisor of a tapir. Today we also found some beast shark teeth and a sick arrowhead. Enjoy the pictures and video!
  10. Hello It's my pleasure to be a member of your lovely forum I hope someone would help me to know if those shark tooth are real fossils or not, gonna buy them in Cairo, Egypt
  11. As it looks like I won't be able to make it back out to Charleston for quite a while, I was wondering what the fossil hunting scene looks like here in Texas. I've heard that there's some miocene material to be had around Galveston and Bolivar, and I've heard about the Eagle Ford Formation and Post Oak Creek, but I haven't come across a whole lot of information. I do know there are some invertebrate fossils along the Brazos, but I'm not super big on snails. I'm in the Houston area, so a day trip down to the coast is definitely feasible, but I need to do some more research before I commit to mak
  12. flatfoot

    Shark tooth or rock?

    Found washed up on A northern New Jersey beach. Is this a fossil shark tooth?
  13. This tiny tooth came from a tributary of North Sulphur River called Moss Creek. This is Upper Cretaceous, Taylor Group. It's about 5 mm tall. Any Ideas?
  14. StephenR

    Shark tooth

    Got a shark as big as a cigarette box and found it no where near the water with a lot more fossils. Need information
  15. Joey222

    Beach find

    Not sure what it is. Doesn’t seem to be a rock.
  16. First of all I would say where it came from but idk I’ve had it for about 8 yrs now and just came across it going threw old boxes. I inherited it from my grandpa I know he was in the us navy for 40 years and I’d like to think thats how he acquired it being he was all over the place but idk and no one left in fam to ask when and where he got it. Any help identifying it would be greatly appreciated. Where it from how old it is and if it’s even real thanks a bunch
  17. Meggers41

    Can someone identify this tooth?

    I found this while combing the Delaware bay beach in Fortescue, Nj and I'm unsure if it is a recent tooth dropping or a fossil. I'd also like to know what kind of shark if possible
  18. BudB

    Shark tooth

  19. Slwisdom

    Creek near Austin

    Hi was wanting help to know if this thing I found is. An actual shark tooth, found near Austin.
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