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Was fortunate to find an interesting tooth a few months back. I didn't find it soon enough though. The elements had taken their toll and cracked it as well as splitting it into two pieces. After extraction and clean up, I thought it compared well to Campodus/ Agassizodus. Any thoughts?
I worked out a few crusher teeth this past week. These teeth come from the Deer Creek limestone. They all look pretty similar. Not certain if they are the same, or from different species of fish. The second is the smallest ive found. I know form genera is an issue with these too. Anyone have any insight? #1 #2 #3
Found this maybe ostrocod and this maybe placoderm “tooth” plate in the Waukesha formation - Devonian. Acid prepping it atm. What is it?
SilurianSalamander posted a topic in Fossil ID
About two weeks ago I bought this bunch of Kem Kem chunkosaur pieces in the hope that something interesting might be in there among the nondiscript bone fragments. There were some things that were identifiable. But this one piece completely baffled me when I looked at it more closely. I hadn't noticed it at first because it still had a bunch of matrix on it. But I soon saw some weird square shapes. These remind me of of the shapes some reptiles have under their scales on their skull. The bone piece already had a weird straight shape with a hollow in the middle. At first I assu