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  1. Yesterday I was sifting in a Big Brook tributary (Marlboro, N.J.) when I spotted in my sifter what looked like very badly battered Enchodus fang. However, when I examined it more closely I spotted the serrations. Not Enchodus. I was originally thinking crab pincher. Crab claws are pretty rare. It certainly wasn't a ghost shrimp, or lobster. The other possibility, even less likely, some type of fish spine. Showed it to a friend who ID it as a rat fish spine: Ischyodus bifurcatus. Can anyone confirm this? I've never seen one before. Other fossils present confirm either Wenonah or Navesink Format
  2. steviefossils

    Lobster bisque

    Hello all, I found the following (possible) Hoploparia sp. tail, abdomen section, and partial claw/arm on a recent trip in NJ. I haven't seen too many of these posted so I thought I would share. I also included a video to show how much is exposed on each side. Thanks for viewing. VID_178761207_233632_277.mp4
  3. Dear Fellow Forum Members, On this day, the 4th of October in the year 2020, @itsronni @Masp @Trevor and @Jeffrey P ventured to a frequented late cretaceous stream in New Jersey. I first met up with Jeff and did some sifting before later locating itsronni and Masp further downstream. Finds came somewhat slowly after we first stopped to sift but after some time we gradually found more fossils. We stayed in one area for the majority of the day up until Jeff had to leave. After some deliberation, the remaining members and I walked a quarter mile upstream and then left shortly afterwar
  4. Jeffrey P

    Mosasaur Tooth from Ramanessin

    From the album: Cretaceous

    Mosasaur Tooth Upper Cretaceous Wenonah Formation Mattawan Group Ramanessin Brook Holmdel, N.J.
  5. Hello everyone! At this point, it's been a long time since I've found any of these so I wanted to show my collection of Wenonah slabs or 'plates'. These slabs were found in the same area over the course of a few years and is a collaboration of a lot of fun trips with friends. The majority of them were found by me and my brother, Shane @shajzer64 in 2016 but a few others have dug with me in this (mostly unproductive) location looking for and finding these - thank you to everyone involved! The slabs are all the same thickness and preservation; I was actually able to put
  6. My friend from Texas was back up in April for nearly three weeks to photograph some of the Ammonites in the M.A.P.S. collection for a book he is working on and for the days he wasn't shooting invert's we went out collecting and scouting for potential future sites. We managed to find some nice fossils and some are a bet rare to find in nice or nearly complete state. Here are a few of the best ones I found. The first one is a Hoploparia Gabbi.... Its a Cretaceous Lobster from the Wenonah a late Campanian formation. What makes this a rather rare fossil from New Jersey is that you mos
  7. Cretaceous Scleractina or Stoney Corals Something a little different from the New Jersey Cretaceous. The first 3 pictures are from the Woodbury Formation, exquisite preservation in original material. Photos 4 – 6 are well-preserved sideritic steinkerns, with mineral filling the gaps between the septae. (pers. Obs., Earl Manning) from the Wenonah Formation. John Woodbury Formation (Upper Cretaceous, lower Campanian) Astrangia (Coenangia) cretacea Trochocyathus woolmani Micrabacia cribraria Wenonah Formation (Upper Cretaceous, upper Campanian) Trochocyathus woolmani Micrabacia crib
  8. Here's some stuff I collected on 4 trips this summer to a site of mine in the late Campanian Wenonah formation of NJ. A few friends from the forum also were there for some of those digs. Perhaps they will share some of their finds as well.
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