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  1. pachy-pleuro-whatnot-odon

    Where are all the British mosasaurs?

    Hi all, While I'm aware that current Cretaceous exposures in Britain are largely restricted to the south and east coasts of the islands (see geological map below; source), significant marine deposition is said to have taken place across much of Great Britain from the Aptian onward (source). As such - and especially considering the richness of the record of the marine ecosystem during the Jurassic- one would expect an abundance of marine reptile remains to be known from British Late Cretaceous sediments as well, the epitome of which, of course, would be the
  2. LyleB56

    Request to identify

    I saw this set of teeth on the beach in northwest Indiana. I wanted to know what they were from.
  3. Kolya

    Dasyatis tooth question

    Hello! I found tooth of male Dasyatis with some "bulging" on the lover parts of cusp (in lingual part of tooth). I didnt found before teeth of this genus with such "bulging" - is it some species feature or just some phatology? As far as I know from the research territory are known few species of Dasyatis: delfortriei, probsti, rugosa and strangulata... Middle Miocene. Western Ukraine. Thanks in advance!
  4. Hello, Just wondering what the best fairs are to go in - Belgium - Netherlands - France Do you have any recommendations? Im interested in Dinosaur fossils only. Looking to get more fossils, and also looking to get more experience in this fascinating hobby Thanks for the tips ! Cheers
  5. Bob Saunders

    Shark teeth

    Species Carcharodon (Isurus) hastalis Extinct Mako Shark Notorynchus primigenius (Agassiz, 1843) Fossil Cow Shark Miocene - Pliocene (~2.6 to 15 million years) Hawthorne Formation Beaufort County, South Carolina Large tooth 1 1/16 in 2.8 cm Notorynchus cepedianus tooth identification 5 five cusp, showing masial side. Lower lateral Notorynchus cepedianus fossil shark tooth tail gate show find.
  6. I made a trip to a creek in East Texas today and brought home a nice collection of very small teeth. It was the first time I've ever had success finding fossils less than an hour drive from home, and I was pretty pleased about that. This was a Kincaid Formation outcrop. The teeth came from a shell hash that was on top of some very hard limestone. Some of the matrix which contained the teeth was the same gray as the limestone, and some of it was a tan color. I looked at a lot of identical looking matrix which had nothing but shell fragments in it, but once I found teeth, there were
  7. Kolya

    Shark tooth id

    Hello! Help please to identify tooth. Height ~ 1,8 mm. Root practicaly destroyed but crown has an interesting shape with some "cavity/hole" and it is not damage (see arrow). Eocene. Western Ukraine. Thanks in advance!
  8. Nipponites

    Some shark teeth

    Hello, This is my first post here, and although the material is not of much value, I wanted to know who they belonged to. I have these teeth that I bought a long time ago, I bought them in a museum and I don't know where they come from or how old they are. Any suggestion? 1.- 2.- 3.-
  9. Hi, I'm very new to this and have had a couple of trips to Aust cliff uk recently. I hadn't really found much but today I found this tooth/bone? I have tried a little of my own research and have hit a dead end. I think it may be ichthysaur but I'm not sure if it's a bone or a rather long thin tooth. It appears to be hollow.Could anyone help me with an I.D please? Many thanks 20210921_213640.heic 20210921_213649.heic 20210921_214010.heic
  10. Tuesday morning, I made a trip back to the Ellis County creek where I've found so many teeth. I had been making a short hike across the pastures of two land owners to get to this creek, but the last time I asked permission, one of the land owners refused me, saying he had made a deal to give exclusive rights to another fossil hunting family. I can still get to the creek, but now it's a very long hike for me. So, I waited until the hottest part of summer was gone to try that long hike. When I reached the small section of the creek where I'd been finding most of the teeth, this is wh
  11. Brookelynnoddart

    Please Help Identify

    Hello, I am an active crazy lace agate & fossil hunter who has many specimens that I hope can be identified. Please help identify my precious findings so I can rest assure at what they really are. Found in Coldwater, MS in a Gully I visit often.
  12. Hey everyone, New to collecting and so far I have these two Spinosaurus teeth (I hope). Would be great to hear what you guys think! Are they genuine? Please let me know if you require any further details. The smaller tooth is 3.7 cm The larger tooth is 4.8 cm
  13. Fossil_teenager

    Part 2: Chesapeake bay.

    Well, this is the last fossil hunting trip that I will be going on for a while now. 2 more months before I’m able to collect again. The bay has always been nice to me, no complete megs this time around but for what the weather was, it wasn’t terrible. The waves were white caps and I could’ve sworn that my inflatable canoe would have sunk underneath the waves had I made one wrong move that day. I persevered anyways having megs on my my mind but when I pulled up to the beach it wasn’t looking good. Now I’m no meteorologist but I’m pretty sure that 2-3 foot white caps smashing against the cliffs
  14. This new site I’m going to is kind of starting to grow on me! I really love the abundance of well preserved shells and the sharks teeth that come out of here (if I don’t break them) are in superb condition. I arrive at this site, however, with some disappointment. Footprints everywhere, and discarded rocks piled in a pile i know I didn’t leave with a bunch of broken shells. It looks like someone took the liberty of smashing rocks with a hammer and leaving the place a mess for others. Not a good look to be honest I always try to clean my area and make it look better than where I left it. The go
  15. I brought home a bag of microfossil matrix from NSR a few months ago and finally got to look through it. I am used to the microfossil matrix from Post Oak Creek and it is much easier. I just strain it and wash it off and its ready to go however the North Sulphur River matrix required days of soaking and washing before it was ready to look through. It was still fun. There were two pretty large teeth here but surprisingly not the abundance of micro teeth I find at POC. See the finds below: Can you see anything? How about now?
  16. Alex Eve

    Hadrosaur tooth variation?

    Howdy all I’m wondering if there is any variation in the teeth between different hadrosaur species? In the guide to common vertebrate fossils of Alberta there is a diagram that portrays a supposed Corythosaurus tooth and that some other tooth diagrams do not represent Corythosaurus. There’s a bit of a difference between the diagrams, but I’m unsure if it warrants identification to a genus level. I took a look at my hadrosaur teeth and noticed there is a difference between these two. The one on the right is wider and has a more prominent central carina. Could this be ta
  17. Kolya

    Shark tooth D

    Hello! Help please with identification. Height ~ 8 mm. Western Ukraine. Age: Middle Miocene or redeposits from Eocene . Thanks in advance!
  18. I went out to brave the Texas summer heat and was well rewarded. Post Oak Creek is so heavily picked, especially in the summer, that I didn't expect much. I even went there with the Dallas Paleontological Society last month and saw a ton of footprints then and not many good teeth. The first three hours I found almost nothing, as I expected the surface was all picked over, however I found one gravel bar that people must not have gotten to because I started finding a few decent cretodus, squalicorax, goblin shark teeth, and a couple of nice ptychodus. Finally I found two huge teeth about a foot
  19. BudB

    Tooth 36

  20. BudB

    Tooth 35

  21. BudB

    Tooth 34

  22. BudB

    Tooth 33

  23. BudB

    Tooth 32

  24. BudB

    Tooth 31

  25. BudB

    Tooth 30

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