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  1. Hi all As you probably know I have really been interested lately in macro photography. Let’s see any of your wonderful fossil adventures in close up. Today I found this little beauty a shark tooth (I have not ID it yet but it could be Negaprion lemon shark tooth) form Rattlesnake Creek micro matrix I was sent. It is only about 3mm but a Bobby dazzler. Looking forward to seeing some of your very interesting pictures.
  2. Planko

    Texas Baby Ammonites?

    Hey All During my prep of another ammonite I found these two small guys. Are they infant ammonites or gastropods? Planko
  3. PODIGGER

    Peace River find

    Found the below small bone in the Peace River,FL this week. After searching the forum and online I believe it is a medial phalanx. It measures 14mm x 22mm. The only similar size one I found a photo of was created and posted by @Harry Pristis. The one I felt was possible was that of Archaeohippus (3 toed horse). Last spring I found an incisor from a three toed horse in the same area. I know @Shellseeker has done a good bit of research on these small horses and hope he can also offer an opinion.
  4. I got this trilobite fossil from my mom on Christmas. Something about it doesn't seem right to me. It doesn't look like other specimens I see online. What is up with the eye-like bumps on top of its head? Why is the head so smooth? I'm just a person casually interested in paleontology, so I am by no means an expert. I would appreciate it very much if I could get some insight from people who are knowledgeable in this field. Thank you. (I didn't realize my photos needed a ruler for scale until after I took the pictures. Since I don't want to retake the photos, the fossil is about th
  5. Brandy Cole

    Another small jaw

    Small jaw found in Brazos riverbed, Southeast Texas. Looks consistent with the other Pleistocene fossils I've found in the area. Since everyone was able to help with the other jaw, I figured I'd give this one a shot. Thanks for any help!
  6. DenverEdge

    Kem Kem vertebra

    Looking for help on id for this vertebra from The Kem Kem beds. It is 1 inch x 1.2 inch x 1.2 inch. Feels exceptionally light at 13.8 grams sounds hollow you can hear sediment rattle inside. Unfortunately it appears fairly damaged on one side. Side 1: Bottom: side 2: top: Front end? back end?
  7. DLP_2021

    Tooth - unknown

    Hi, any idea what sort of tooth this might be? I found it on a trip to Myrtle Beach in July 2021. Thank you
  8. kathrynjenine

    Help identify

    Any ideas on what kind of fish this is? Where it's from or any information would be appreciated
  9. DenverEdge

    Unusual Kem Kem Tooth

    Here is a tooth I acquired recently acquired. It was mixed in with a bunch of the usual kem kem stuff, gar scales, sawfish barbs, small damaged spino and croc teeth ect. This tooth stood out so I got it and wonder if anyone has any clues? The mesial serrations are smaller than the distal side and they stop about a quarter of the way up the tooth. About 13mm long base is 8 mm from distal to medial and 5 to 6 mm from lingual to labial end.
  10. Hello everyone, I bought a bucket of small shark teeth from a fossil dealer in my country many years ago. The tag on it says it’s from morocco, khouribga, and the age is Eocene, Cenozoic. I found it when I was cleaning my room last week, and I started trying to identify them. I guess that 1st and 3rd one is carcharias, 2nd one is striatolamia, and the 4th one is cretolamna. If these conjectures are obviously wrong, I’m very sorry about that. In my country, there is no research on this subject and these sharks don’t even have an official name. Thanks for your help.
  11. Caroboneferous

    Little fossil found

    My sister found this little fossil, she found it in a lot of loose fossils, trying to see what it is. Any ideas? I’m thinking coral?
  12. DevilDog

    Small Lee Creek shark teeth ID

    Please help with an ID for these small teeth found in the Lee Creek spoils pile. Sorry for the poor image quality, but my cell phone does not take good pictures of tiny objects. Both teeth are approx. 5mm wide and 7mm tall
  13. Troutmaster

    Unknown bone

    I found this bone in a creek bed in middle Tennessee very shortly after a large flood exposed new sediment. I know that that are of Tennessee was once a seafloor so it is likely marine. Any help is appreciated.
  14. Ttevorlikes83

    Any ideas

    Any idea what this one is
  15. Lindzp

    Are these a fossils?

    Is this a fossil of some sort? They were found in the same area in Missouri.
  16. DaveN

    Possible small bone?

    This was found in Ilion, NY near a creek bed. Any ideas, am I off base thinking its a bone?
  17. Samurai

    Ammonite

    From the album: Missouri Ammonites and Nautiloids

    My first Ammonite find, Gave it to a friend a year ago so I was unable to measure it properly
  18. Found this for sale online. I don’t know if it is real or not, but I took a gambit and got it. Received it today and wanted to show you all. Jared
  19. Audiorij

    Crinoid like ?

    Found st charles county Missouri. Looks like a crinoid segment but no center hole. Instead has like a chip in one side.
  20. Audiorij

    Crinoid like but oat shaped?

    Found in st charles county Missouri. While search for crinoids. These looke like small oat shaped fossils.
  21. StMoney

    No clue, but interesting

    New to the forum and I've had this for about a year now and thought I'd toss it out there to see if anyone else finds it interesting. Unfortunately I don't have a lot of info on this. I found it at an estate sale and it was fairly low price so I thought I'd take a risk and grab it because I've never seen anything like it. Was told the owner originally got it in a shop in Utah and was told it was an egg. It had been in a fire (you can see scorch marks on the top, where there looks to be the spine) but pretty well intact. I don't see any obvious hard shell but I do notice flaking of what looks l
  22. Thecosmilia Trichitoma

    Bay Point Formation Bivalve #2

    I found this small bivalve in the Bay Point Formation exposed in Point Loma in San Diego, CA. These were very plentiful, and I also found many extremely tiny ones when searching through micro matrix from the site. The Scale is in Centimeters. The underside of the specimen
  23. jhw

    Small jawbone i.d.

    Can anyone identify this piece? Supposedly a fossil and from southern california, but I don't have it in hand so all I know. Ruler is in inches. Thanks!
  24. fishboy89

    Fish fossil ID please

    Hi, Can someone please help me ID this small fish fossil, thanks, it's 40mm long.
  25. Rubykicks

    Coral?

    This is around a quarter of an inch in length. Not big at all. Found in a river near Oxford Ohio while camping. At some angles it almost looks like a little fish, but I doubt that. Is it coral?
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