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  1. nchazarra

    Teeth And Jaw

    I have found these specimens on spanish pliocene fluviodeltaic sediments. Any help with the ids? Thanks in advance!
  2. DeloiVarden

    2011 Cooper River Dive

    This is a rather old video, but shows my brother and I taking the plunge in the Cooper River in search of big megs.
  3. PrehistoricFlorida

    Colorful Tapir Jaw

    Sometimes when a fossil is found one side is exposed while there is still more buried beneath the sand, gravel, or clay. This can create very contrasting colors like those seen on this tapir mandible. The left jaw was exposed to the dark tannic water, while the right jaw was still buried in the blue clay. This specimen was found in North Florida.
  4. Joyce


    Hi ya'll! I am looking to purchase some books. (I know. I know. We have SO many references online why do I need books?) I would like them not only to help with tooth and fossil ID but about epochs, evolution/lineage of sharks and discussions there about. I love reading about debated discussions on shark lineage. Areas I have hunted (and plan on hunting soon) include eastern Virginia, Calvert Cliffs of MD and Eastern NC including Aurora, GMR, and the near coastal of NC. Any suggestions would be appreciated!
  5. rwhitty2012

    A Few Florida Finds

    I wanted to share a few of my finds from this year, but cannot create an album yet. These are from several different trips out to the Peace River. The lighting was not ideal, but I tried to get the photos to where you can see the finer details. If you have more info on the specific species these may belong to, please let me know. Fish Scales Fish Mouth Plates Turtle Spur Glyptodon Scutes A few teeth front and back - The one on the left may be a fish tooth, the others may be incisors but of what animal I am not sure. They all have a polished, glossy feel to them.
  6. Mike from North Queensland

    Dental Hygene

    Has anyone ever noticed tooth decay on any of the teeth they have collected?? If so what species / environment did it come from?? I picked this tooth out from my micro sieving that I do at home because it is a completely different shape to all the other teeth that I find in where I collect. Having said that when I had it photographed I noted that the tooth has a lot of surface decay and when looked at through a dissecting microscope there are some very very small holes in it. The tooth was collected from cretaceous matrix that had shark and fish teeth, none of which had any decay evident. T
  7. dex

    Fossil Indentification

    Hi, Glad to be part of this forum. I purchased a fossil from tokyo science co ltd that is supposed to be a mosasuar tooth fossil. I just like to get some help in identifying the authenticity. Thanks! Uploaded with ImageShack.us
  8. Waller

    Dinosaur Tooth?

    Hi everyone, I found this fossil several years ago and I stumbled across it when cleaning the attic yesterday. Does anyone in here know what kind of fossil might be? http://bildr.no/view/1318619
  9. Imanoldfossil

    Id Fossil Please - Tooth?

    Hello, thank you for helping me to indentify this fossil. I think it may be the tooth of a croccodile just from photos that I saw on the Internet. This fossil was found at a flea market in Gallipolis, Ohio. There is no information with the fossil. I don't even know for sure if it is a fossil, just looks like one. It is solid with the weight of stone. The fossil measures 2.5" long. I'm not sure what the holes are. They don't appear to be drilled but appear natural to the fossil. The fossil is hard but has a semi porous surface. Thanks again. Christina
  10. Hey guys, My grandfather had a large collection of fossils, rocks, and minerals and he has become more focused on his civil war button collection and has put the other collections to the wayside. The majority of these collections have ended up at my house and being a collector myself i find it very interesting. I'm new to fossils though and am just starting to go through them and organize (everything is sort of jumbled together) the stuff. Im starting with bone because it seems to be the smallest portion of the whole collection. But im having trouble distinguishing between the bone, some of t
  11. Evolution's Bite: Ancient Armored Fish Was Toothy, Too by Charles Choi, LiveScience, October 17, 2012 http://www.livescien...fish-teeth.html http://phys.org/news...ary-pretty.html Ancient fish holds key to teeth origin, Natural History Museum, October 17, 2012 http://www.nhm.ac.uk...igin115334.html ScienceShot: Ancient Jaws Had Real Teeth by Sid Perkins, Science News, October 17, 2012 http://news.sciencem...ws-had-rea.html The paper is; R├╝cklin, M. P. C. J. Donoghue, Z. Johanson, K. Trinajstic, F. Marone, and M. Stampanoni, 2012, Development of teeth and jaws in the earliest jaw
  12. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/10/121011151625.htm Hadrosaur teeth more complicated than previously thought. Interesting article.
  13. autographcollector11

    Florida Finds-Peace River

    I know that some of these are teeth-probably horse. But are they all of a horse? The fragments in my hand are different. Appear to be enamel of some sort. What are they? Thanks
  14. Jeffh777

    A Toe,a Claw, Horn,a Tooth?

    I found this in The Little Miami River basin while kayaking in Cincinnati OH sometime in the early 2000's. It is about 1 inch long and 3/4 wide. It looks to me ( I know little to nothing about fossils) like a toe-nail/claw,horn or tooth. Or not...lol. The back looks to have a vein or bone running thru it. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks
  15. BeachComber7

    Horse Teeth

    Hello All, Though I have been a member for a few months, this is my first post. You all find such cool stuff! I wanted to share two horse teeth I found on the beach here on the Treasure Coast. Being that the larger one was my first, I was thrilled to have found it! The last one, I do not know what kind of teeth they are, maybe you can help? Thanks!
  16. Hi everyone, I found this forum a couple of days ago and this is my first post. I live in Portugal in an area known for it's fossils, I have official dinossaur tracks about 2 km from my place and the whole area has fossils all around. Ever since i was a kid i've been collecting what i thought were dinosaur teeth. Lots of them were just in the soil surface others were a bit buried. A lot of them are stuck in stone and those i could never get out. Over the years most of the places i used to collect this from were destroyed, new building were created there, roads, etc. Destroying all the rocks
  17. From the album: Red Hill Devonian Teeth, Scales, Dorsal Spines

    © Copyright (c) 2012 by Michael Tomczyk. Artist illustrations from the Devonian Times website.

  18. nchazarra

    Teeth Id

    Hi to everybody, I have found these two teeth in Spanish Pliocene sediments (river/delta/coastal)... Can anybody help me identifying the owner? Thanks in advance
  19. fossiljim

    1 By 1 Bag content3

    From the album: Fossiljim Micro

    These fossils were recovered from a 1/4 ounce bag of screened (10-40 mesh) Waurika permian material.
  20. thewilliamsdigit

    Coniasaurus Teeth?

    Hi everyone, We found this at the Arlington Village Creek Park. The water is getting low and has exposed some of the creek bottom. We have found shells, an urchin and some Native American tools out there as well. *If you go out there, be aware that there are plenty of snakes! We purchased the book "A field guide to Fossils of Texas" and think the teeth could possibly be Coniasaurus (marine lizard). The teeth are not dark brown or black, does this mean it is not a fossil? There seems to be a set of main teeth, with a set of replacement teeth underneath. This is very small, as you can see t
  21. Heading to Amelia Island (Fernandina Beach) Florida tomorrow. Just wondering if anyone had any last minutes tips to help maximize my finds. I have maps printed out of where the dredging spoils have been laid, so hoping to stay in that area. Searching primarily for Sharks Teeth or whatever else may lurk. I would be grateful for any info at all, Thank You!
  22. fossilfool

    Megalodon Tooth

    nice meg found just over five and a half inches!
  23. We went on a canoe trip yesterday in the peace river in Florida and found these among other fossils. We have been doing internet research ever since. We've been going back and forth over horse, bison, beaver... we have no idea. This is our first ever fossil outing. Please help us ameturs!!!! The teeth are about 2-2 1/2 inches long.
  24. Like many people here in eastern NC my first full fledged exposures to fossils was at the Aurora Fossil museum. Growing up here, I had seen and found my share of smaller sharks teeth and "petrified" clams as we called them, but never thought much about it. Never had anyone able to expose me to the world of fossils.(Plus, I was much more interested in baseball ..... then girls.) After I had grandkids a friend said, hey you should take them to the fossil museum in Aurora. So I did and the rest is, as we say, history. I was amazed at the teeth and everything else that was on display there. The f
  25. taggsaken

    Fish Fossil?

    I came across this cleaning in a house in sweden that havent been cleaned for over 150 years, found other stuff there too like stoned wood and shells. Anyone know what this might be? I have more pics if needed.
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