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  1. jameshammond

    Possible Tusk or Tooth Fossil ID?

    Hello all! I found this fossil diving about a mile off the beach in Venice, Florida in around 30 ft of water and was hoping someone here might be able to help me get an ID on it. I initially thought it was a rib bone when I was underwater but the guide we were with said it could be some kind of tusk or tooth due what looks like an enamel layer on the outside and a core running through it. You can see what looks like an outermost enamel layer that has peeled off (especially visible in photos # 2,5,6), as well as a cross hatch pattern on the material underneath (especially visible in
  2. Brondonh

    Megalodon Upper Tooth

    Found this gem on a Friday at a job site. Very few flaws; made my day.
  3. Brondonh

    Scute? Shell?

    I found this in a mixed pile of shell and random marine fossils in Venice, FL. I thought it was a turtle shell when I originally grabbed it, but cleaned it off and noticed the shiny mystery extruding from the top. I'm not certain what it is, so I leave up to you. Thanks in advance
  4. Brondonh

    Tooth or claw?

    I have two different pieces I was wondering about. I have my assumptions, maybe whale tooth on the 1st one and the 2nd barracuda, but there's a grove on the inside of it. I found them in Venice Florida in a shell pile. There was a lot of marine life there, whale, manatee ect and petrified wood. Thanks PS can sucks from abuse
  5. Brondonh

    What is this?

    I'm not sure what this is. I have my speculations but that's all they are curious to see what you all think. It was found in Venice Florida around a lot of shell, tons of whale bones, manatee, very little sharks teeth, did find a lateral megladon tooth though. It has some curious ridges on it that's got me guessing and maybe the biggest clue. Excuse the gnarly fingers, I do art and construction. Thanks
  6. Brondonh

    Ray mouth plate?

    Thinking this is a Ray mouth plate. The one on top is my question. I don't find them this large, the other is just there to compare. Found in Venice Florida in mound of fill dirt.
  7. Brondonh

    Is this coprolite?

    I'm still trying to get familiarized with coprolite. I found this in a lake that is being dug. It was around sharks teeth whale bones etc. It's very dense, has a nice color to it and seems to have a spiral formation starting but it's hard to tell because it appears to be broken. This was found in Venice Florida. Thank you in advance.
  8. Brondonh

    What type of calcite

    I found these in a large pile of dirt in a new housing development in Venice FL. I'm assuming they are calcite, but was wondering what type and what they are growing, incapacitated in. I found a lot of them and attaching 3 examples. They are holding yellow and growing on a charcoal, bulbuls rock. Thanks
  9. Brondonh

    Tilly bone?

    I've ran into a few of these over the years. Just want to know for certain what it is.
  10. Brondonh

    Agatized Coral?

    Was wondering if these were agatized Coral?
  11. Im trying to find if anyone could help with this fossil. Im to conserned about the animal because its just a lil piece, but if you do know thats helpful. My main consern is what is wrapped around it? It appears to be bone on inside but what is fossilized around it. Thank you I can take more pics. I can only load 2
  12. Had the chance to do a little hunting at Venice Beach while on vacation. Didn't find anything of size and the teeth were pretty common ones. Lot's of really small teeth and ray teeth. Some nice coral pieces. Was hoping for a Hemi but no such luck. What was really cool were the "boulders" they were using to help stop beach erosion.
  13. Brett Breakin' Rocks

    Carcharocles megalodon 06

    From the album: Sharks and their prey ....

    Carcharocles megalodon Venice Beach, Florida

    © Matthew Brett Rutland

  14. I apologize in advance for the terrible photos however my nepgew is driving me crazy to post this item he found today. We are digging in Venice and caspersen beach. Any clue what this tiny little beadish item could be? Thanks!
  15. JKZ1973

    Help Identify Shark Teeth

    Hi everyone! I am new here. I found many shark teeth this past weekend in the Venice Florida beach area. I was able to identify all but these five teeth. Can anyone help me? I had not been to look for shark teeth since I was a kid and had forgotten how cool it was! I am hooked now and I want to go to the Peace River and the Carolina beaches to look for some Megaladon teeth! Thank you so much for any help you can give me! Jodi :-)
  16. JKZ1973

    Petrified Wood?

    Hi everyone! I am new here and found what I think looks like wood but it is rock solid. I found it this weekend while looking for shark teeth near the beaches in Venice, Florida. I am wondering if it is petrified wood and if anyone has an opinion as to what it might have come from...posting front and back photos of it. Thank you for any information! I am so excited to have found it even if it is nothing :-) Jodi
  17. Jonelle

    Hurricane Irma

    Would love to know what these are in the first photo.. found on Venice beach in Sarasota, FL. Hurricane Irma stirred the water up quite a bit, wish I had found more.
  18. Jonelle

    Tooth ID ?

    Can anyone ID this tooth for me ? Found in Venice, FL... it doesn't look anything like the other teeth I have found. Thanks!
  19. revasius

    ID assistance needed

    Can anyone assist in and ID for the attached image? It was found on Caspersen Beach in Venice Florida. The area is rich in marine fossils in the Miocene time frame.
  20. hnjosey

    Caspersen Beach Fossil

    I found this fossil on Caspersen Beach in Venice, Florida. As far as I know, it's from the Bone Valley Member, Peace River Formation, Hawthorne Group. Any ideas what this is?
  21. stclairRiverRat

    Snaggleteeth At Venice Beach?

    do people find teeth of snaggletooth sharks at venice beach? if so how many tetth do you find to get a snaggletooth (one in fifty, one in one hundred, one in a thousand)?
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