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  1. Can anyone please help me in identifying this tooth? I’m leaning towards an extinct sub species of the great white however I cannot be sure.. any input would be greatly appreciated
  2. Kolya

    Shark tooth

    Help please to identify tooth. Length: 3mm. Age: Creataceous- Miocene. Location: Western Ukraine Thanks!
  3. LabRatKing

    Oreodont under UV

    For your viewing pleasure. Discovered by accident while disinfection testing in my lab: Guess I’ll start taking my UV flashlight into the field with me even in non-scorpion areas!
  4. Kolya

    Shark tooth ID

    Hello! Help please to identify tooth if possible. On a basic of crown is small striation. Length: 4 mm. Age: Middle Miocene. Location: Western Ukraine. Thanks in advance!
  5. Hello all Up for trade I offer this nice set of Shark tooth Hill teeth from Kern County California. In return for this set, or individual teeth I would like to get crocodile or crocodile-like (alligator, Phytosaurs...) teeth from as many various locations/species as possible. This group of animals is a bit underappreciated I think, but last time I lend some fossils to the local school, there were some crocodile teeth among them and the kids really loved them and that surprised me a bit. Anyway, I hope I can expand my crocodile collection a bit. These teeth a
  6. What is the most rare fossil on your collection? I think the most rare fossil on my collection is a Huntoniantonia huntonensis (my profile photo). You?
  7. Enafter

    Thames Foreshore Bones

    Hello, A few days ago, me and my dad had to travel to London to get my American passport renewed at the US embassy. Afterwards, my dad headed towards the cafe to get something to eat as I took a stroll along the thames foreshore. I quickly realized that there were a lot of bones and teeth scattered along the shoreline, at the time I thought they were pleistocene, but now that I've looked online it seems to me that they're "medieval", apparently the tudors and georgians habitually tossed dead animal carcasses into the river. Even so, some of the teeth I picked up were very heavy and
  8. Is it easy to find the size of the animal with a tooth? For example, i have a spinosaurid tooth from morroco 2.75 inch long (approx. 2 cm is root), a large mosasaur tooth about 2 inch, a Carcharodontosaurus 1.94 inch. My estimation: my spino tooth belong to an animal about 7-10 meters long if it is a of the large teeth on this spino mouth, for the carcha i think that came from the middle or the back of the jaw of an animal 5-8 meters long, and the mosasaur from a 7-8 meters long mosasaur, and is a very thick tooth.
  9. I have spent many hours this week scouring all the great meg photos and data on the site, however I have a very large plaster cast of a meg tooth that the Dean wants prepped, restored and made ready for a board meeting in two weeks. Good news is I can make that happen. this is a poor detail cast and has had sloppy grinder work done it in addition to at least three layers of badly applied spray enamel. Good news is I have it in a xylene/toluene/dichloromethane bath to strip the paint and preserve the plaster. bad news is I’m having trouble properly scaling the serrations
  10. Kolya

    Tooth?

    Hello! Help please with identification. Is it tooth? Age: Cretaceus - Neogene. Length 3 mm. Western Ukraine. Thanks!
  11. FossilsandScience

    Morrison Formation Theropods

    Hey everyone, How do you tell the difference between the teeth of theropods from the Morrison formation, such as Allosaurus, Torvosaurus, Marshosaurus, and/or Ceratosaurus? Any information is appreciated! Thanks!
  12. Kolya

    Piece of jaw with tooth?

    Hello! Help please With ID. Is it piece of jaw with tooth? Length: 3 mm. Age: Cretaceous-Neogene. Western Ukraine. Thanks in advance.
  13. Hello, this is a small jaw segment from the White River Formation (Poleslide Member of the Brule) from Weld County, CO. This is one of a few jaw segments I cannot white identify. It does not look like the Leptomeryx jaw segments that I have collected (and indeed is even too small to fit that genus), and the shape of the teeth to me do not look like they belong to an Artiodactyl of any kind, so my best guess based on picture browsing is Ischyromys but I could be very very wrong here so I appreciate any help. Thanks!
  14. butchndad

    Modern teeth from Cape Cod

    Hello folks. I’m in Cape Cod on vacation and although I know I won’t find any fossil shark teeth here I HAVE to collect something so I walking the beach picking up rocks and shells and hoping for shark teeth or some marine bone. I did find these teeth on the beach and hoping that someone (Harry ?) can identify them. Don’t have a ruler but 2-3 inches long. Thank you all
  15. Opabinia Blues

    White River Formation Carnivore Canine

    Hello! This is a canine tooth (that has been split in half) that I collected from the White River Formation (I believe Poleslide Member of the Brule) from Weld County, CO. I think it is a carnivore’s canine rather than simply an Oreodont canine just due to its size, but I could be wrong there I suppose. My best guess is Daphoeneus or similar due to its shape, it does not look like Hyaenodon to me, but again, could be totally off there. Pictured is the tooth’s lateral surface, interior (because it was split when I found it) and the “cutting surface.” Thanks!
  16. Kolya

    Iguanas tooth?

    Hello! Help please to identify tooth. At first I though that it is part of some fish tooth, but I know that Iguana has very similar teeth... Size - 1 mm. Age - Miocene. Western Ukraine. Thanks in advance!
  17. I_gotta_rock

    So Many Minis!

    From the album: Aurora/Lee Creek Mine Micro Matrix

    This assemblage came from one cup (about 340 ml) of micro matrix from Aurora Fossil Museum. Oddly, they are generally much larger than most of what I found in the rest of the matrix. They are all from either the Pliocene or Pleistocene. See album description.
  18. I_gotta_rock

    Shark Teeth Sizes

    From the album: Aurora/Lee Creek Mine Micro Matrix

    The large and the small of it: two shark teeth from Aurora's "Emergency Kit" next to a sewing pin. Pliocene/Pleistocene from Aurora Fossil Museum micro matrix Aurora, North Carolina
  19. Kolya

    Tooth?

    Hello! Help please to ID. Is it tooth or not..? Western Ukraine. Miocene. Thanks in advance!
  20. I was recently reorganizing my fossil collection and thought I would share some pieces I collected during Paleontology field trips in undergrad at Alabama. I'm glad I took thorough notes at the time! The demopolis chalk is a popular formation for finding Exogyra/ostrea/pycnodonte shells and shark teeth. We visited a site in Tupelo, MS many times for surface collecting. Some of the cool pieces I found were many fragments of a mosasaur jaw (top pic, top 2 slots), a Squalicorax kaupi tooth, a scyliorhinus(?) tooth, bony fish vertebrae, and bony fish teeth. I was told the dark fossils
  21. Vin

    Ramanessin Brook ID

    Hello everybody, does anybody know what these fossils are? Found in ramanessin Brook NJ. I think they are teeth from fish. Possibly some are sawfish? One is a jaw fragment? Thank you to all that can help
  22. Kolya

    Shark tooth for ID

    Hello! Help please to identify tooth. Scale - mm. Age - Miocene most probably. Western Ukraine. Thanks in advance!
  23. Location: Missouri Timer period: Paleozoic (Might be Pennsylvanian) Formation: N/A Hello! My friend recently gifted to me a few fossils and he brought to me an interesting tooth/crushing plate and asked if I was familiar with it, and unfortunately I was not! He mentioned what he thought it could belong to, but I am unable to recall what species. Some information I was told was that his mother actually found his specimen at a location a few years ago and I was unable to get a picture of the location or check it out due to a busy schedule!
  24. Fossils for Fun

    Maybe shark teeth? ID help needed

    New to the forum and having fun searching for fossil teeth at beaches. Went to Topsail beach, NC a week ago and found these (pics attached). They look like teeth but do not resemble any that I've seen in pdfs or pictures of fossils expected in NC. They vary in size and directional angle. The "top" of the teeth have mostly a rounded surface and the "underside" have angular cavities. I'd appreciate any thoughts on what they are. Even if they are nothing special, I had fun doing the search and will continue to do so!
  25. Ptimario

    Manasota Beach, Fl Finds - Newbie

    These were found on Manasota Beach over the weekend. Is the shark tooth a mako? The other two we have no clue. Thanks so much.
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