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  1. LJM

    Is this some kind of tusk?

    It’s lighter in weight than I would expect for a tooth of that size. Found in the Peace River in Wauchula, Florida. Thanks.
  2. kroil

    Mammoth Tooth

    Found this partial mammoth tooth in June 2020 in the same Wauchula area of the peace was digging in mostly sand with some fine gravel. It is worn smooth probably from sand erosion over thousands of years or maybe mammoth was very old and had worn down its teeth ? Found it like 2 1/2 to 3 feet deep and even though its only part of a tooth was elated when it showed up in my screen. Looking at this stuff is making me wish the river was low enough to go out now especially with it being so hot would be nice to be waist deep in the river. Im sorry pic isnt very sharp but girl friend isnt here and h
  3. Florida Larry

    Good Day on the Peace

    Had a great day out on the Peace up in the north section. I'm primarily a tooth seeker but welcome other rare finds. Luckily the river will sever up plenty of teeth for years to come. This was my first time out in my new canoe(previously used inflatable kayaks due to convenience in my Camry.) And it makes a world of difference especially when to 12 ft. dinos make the plunge from the bank. Anyways the water levels were perfect. We found a nice pit that looked to be previously bank dug...... and it caused some concern from passers by. We only encountered 2 groups on the river. One b
  4. BoneAndTooth

    Unidentified Peace River Tooth

    This is my first post on this forum, although I have relied on it for some time as a great resource for learning how to ID fossils. I would really appreciate some help identifying a small molar (or premolar) we found while sifting gravel in the Peace River near Wauchula, Florida, US. Based on its shape, I'm gussing that it's from a terrestrial mammal but I really don't know for sure. From what I've read, the Peace River terrestrial fossils are generally Pleistocene, while marine fossils are typically Miocene. For those unfamiliar with US coins, the tooth is about 13mm tall and about 7mm wide.
  5. Brian Magnier

    Peace River, trip 2

    Well, I got to go to the Peace River again! Only for a couple hours this time, but still found plenty of stuff to make me happy Tons of tiny shark teeth, turtle shell bits, stingray mouth pieces, and assorted bone chunks. Below are pictures of the highlights, and I would love any help in narrowing down my tentative IDs. Thanks! ~Penny for scale in all shots~ 1- Carnivore tooth (?) No roots attached, but nice cusp. 2- Mammal molar. Could be recent based on color, but feels and looks old. 3- Small mammal tooth fragment. Peg-shaped, but probably not enough there
  6. Brian Magnier

    Peace River fossils for ID

    Long time reader, first time poster. Just hit Peace River for the first time, and I found a bunch of awesome stuff. Would love it if anyone could weigh in on IDs. (Let me know if I'm not posting this correctly) All fossils were found near Wauchula, FL. My thoughts for each specimen: #1 Equus upper cheek tooth #2 Alligator / crocodile teeth #3 Vertebra of some sort. Very curious on this one. #4 Mammal tooth. Again, very curious. #5 Softshell turtle fragments #6 Hemipristis tooth. Largest tooth of the day (not very big, but it was my first time ou
  7. Shellseeker

    DoubleSpurCM

    From the album: PeaceRiver 2014-2015 Season

    Hesperotstudo crassiscutata (Giant land tortoise); Hawthorn Grp. Peace RIver Fm. Pleistocene, Wauchula, 1.4 Inches
  8. Shellseeker

    Palaeolama Mirifica

    From the album: PeaceRiver 2014-2015 Season

    Palaeolama Mirifica (Stout-legged Llama) lower right mandible with m3 molar. Hawthorn Grp. Peace River Formation, Pleistocene, Wauchula, Florida Aug. 26th 2015
  9. catmaggie

    Peace River Sites Now?

    I know the Peace is still slightly high for the best fossiling and clarity, but we still may give it a go tomorrow as we have the day off. Any input on the best spots to go when the river is still a bit high? We will likely take kayaks. We usually go to Wauchula, Gardner River Rd, Thousand Trails....head up to Charlie via kayak....any thoughts welcome!!!!! And, if you think we'd be wasting our time and the river is too high to sift in general let us know that, too! Seems it could be on the cusp!
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