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  1. garyc

    mammal vert id

    I find lots of verts. Most are horse, cow, deer. Some more mineralized than others. I don't bother posting most of them. This one seems different, but I can't describe why I think it's different. Just a gut feeling. Any thoughts? Found on the Brazos River, Texas, pleistocene.
  2. pachy-pleuro-whatnot-odon

    Middle Triassic ichthyosaur vertebra

    Early June, two years ago, I found this ichthyopterygian vertebra in a small nodule out of the northern French Middle Triassic, from the Upper Muschelkalk. Almost two years to the day later a friend of mine helped me complete its preparation this month. When done, one of the first things that struck me were the elongate, and slightly tilted rib attachment sites. As far as I know, such rib attachment sites do not occur in any parvipelvian ichthyosaur species, which, instead, have round, button-like, attachment sites, especially on dorsal vertebrae as my find is. Now I realise that i
  3. Shellseeker

    Fish vert and fish tooth

    Finds from a week ago. I am used to finding Sawfish verts more often than Shark verts. This may be a Shark vert. If so, type of shark? Interesting and isolated damage. Here is a view after drying: Size Diameter 34 x 17 mm max/min, and 28 mm height A 2nd find: I immediately thought Drumfish, because I know of not other fish that has similar teeth ? Is it?
  4. Found in the Lee Creek spoils pile. Is this a whale vertebra or possibly a digit bone? The somewhat flattened and oval cross section kind of looks like images of whale digit bones to me, but I am far from knowledgeable about this. Bonus with this find is the shark tooth embedded in the concretion on the top of the fossil. Any guesses as to what it is?
  5. Max-fossils

    Thoracic vertebra from a pinniped?

    Hey everyone, I found this vertebra back in April on the Zandmotor (Netherlands, most likely late Pleistocene in age). I believe it's a thoracic vertebra from some pinniped, but I'm not sure. I've been comparing it to several vertebrae online, especially using the Osteology section in the Idaho Virtual Museum website (which is quite good, perhaps a useful resource for some of you!). Unfortunately, I am not finding any satisfying matches. The different seal thoracic vertebrae I am seeing look most similar, but they all appear to have a less wide corpus than my specimen. I
  6. LordTrilobite

    Mammuthus primigenius atlas

    Half of a woolly mammoth atlas vertebra.
  7. MattReady

    Vertebra

    Hello, I just found your site after locating a bone on the beach. If you guys could help me out by telling me what marine life this belongs to that would be awesome! Thanks, Matt
  8. Found these in a creek in Maryland. I’m most interested in identifying items 1-4 but let me know if you have any ideas for the rest too. I think 8 might be the edge of a turtle shell because it’s wedge shaped. Item 7 looks like a rib to me.
  9. Dino Dad 81

    Hell Creek Vertebra

    Thanks for taking the time to check this out. The vert is ID'ed as Dromaeosaurus from Hell Creek Fm, Powder River County. I've been having a frustrating time trying to make better sense of this, since, as for as I know, there have been no Dromaeosaurus IDs in HC. Are any of you able to shed light on the likelihood of it being dromaeosaurid and anything beyond that? The measurements are 1.875" long * 1" wide * 1.625" tall. (I have a vert centrum ID'ed as Dromaeosaurus from a Judith River Fm and it's only about 0.8" * 0.4*0.5. Position may well explain the huge size difference, but I'm not sure
  10. RuMert

    Big cartilaginous fish vertebra

    From the album: Moscow region Late Jurassic vertebrates

    Possibly Sphenodus sp. Fili Park, Volgian-Nikitini zone
  11. RuMert

    Fish vertebrae types

    From the album: Moscow region Late Jurassic vertebrates

    Upper - bony fish, lower - cartilaginous fish. Fili Park, Volgian-Nikitini zone. 2-4 mm
  12. Algernon

    Wealden vertebra

    Hello Can anyone help me ID this vert please? It was found in Brook Bay, Isle of Wight. Any ideas on what it might have come from would be much appreciated.
  13. RescueMJ

    Unknown Vertebra in Venice

    Unknown fossil. Found in Pleistocene material. Inland, Venice, Florida. Specimen measures 65mm x 60mm. Smooth portion is 42mm high. I have found both Equus teeth and alligator jaw in same location. This item is a first for me. It appears to be possibly a caudal vertebra? Image 2 has a concave surface. Image 4 has a convex surface like it would match up with another concave surface. I think I have seen a photo of it before somewhere but I don't recall. Thank you for your ID assistance. -Regards, Michael
  14. RuMert

    Dorsal vertebra

  15. RuMert

    Half of a vertebra

    From the album: Late Jurassic plesiosaurs from the Volga

    Probably dorsal
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