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  1. will stevenson

    Yaverland Dino and croc teeth

    Hi guys, I was wondering if it was possible to put a species to any of these teeth I found over the summer I assume all the croc teeth are likely the same species 1. theropod tooth, probably too worn to identify 2. croc #1 3. croc 2 3. croc 4 Thanks for your help
  2. will stevenson

    Dino bones! Yaverland

    Hi guys I found a lot of bone bits over the summer on the Isle of Wight, but here a few bits I think could potentially be identifiable (not to a species but to a location in the body) 1.has an articulation surface, part of a very maybe? 2. Very slender, rib I assume 3. Leg bone 4. Coprolite? 5. Looking at the holes in the bone, they remind me of a croc jaw ( though it isn’t one) 6. another one with articulating surface, end of a rib maybe? thanks for your help
  3. Hi guys, here a few bits from yaverland was wondering if anyone could help identify them to a species 1. lepidotes scale, not sure on which species though 2. articulated lepidotes section 3. a reptile Scute??? thanks
  4. will stevenson

    Random iow cretaceous bits

    Hi guys got a few strange bits from the vectis formation, yaverland thanks for your help 1. probably a weird shaped stone just wanted to check 2.5 cm 2. weird scute? 2cm has a row of holes 3. another weird one 1.6 cm
  5. Hi, I found this reptile vertebra awhile ago at Yaverland on the isle of Wight, any idea what kind of reptile it is from?
  6. Gully.moy

    Clawish Big shell or what?

    Found in a rock pool on Yaverland beach, Isle of Wight. I don’t know anything about the local geology but the encasing rock is dark grey, quite hard with a texture similar to concrete. I collected it because it looked clawish and a geologist who happened to come by said it looked dinosaury, though palaeontology isn’t his field! There’s no honeycomb in the cross-sections so I think it looks most like part of a big shellfish, but am clueless really. Any ideas?
  7. dinohunter93

    Isle of Wight Fossils

    Hi all, I found this concretion when I was fossil hunting in Yaverland, Isle of Wight. It appears to have a tooth and bone fragments in it. I was wondering if anyone could help identify what these fossils may have belonged to. Many thanks in advance!
  8. Hi all! Some time ago a friend of mine found what seems to be a turtle bone at Yaverland (Isle of Wight - UK) along with some eroded fish and crocodile remains. Honestly, we have no idea about this small isolated bone. We'd be very grateful if you could help us. Thanks in advance.
  9. I have never had much luck finding Dionsaur fossils on the isle of wight, the odd rolled bit here and there, this summer i was getting better and spotting the rolled bone better. As well as fossil hunting i love metal detecting on the beaches. Well last weel i was detecting the shingle on a washed out clay area, there was lots of bits of fossil wood that kept catching my eye and i picked some of them up to check.... i found some bullet heads and shrapnel and a few badly beach tumbled coins... the light was fading and i spotted what was either another bit of fossil wood...or maybe bone so i pic
  10. samwood

    Can anyone identify this?

    I found these two similar looking rocks when on the Isle Of Wight visiting Yaverland Beach, Sandown. I don’t know what they are or if they are even fossils, any help or identification of what these might be is appreciated, thanks
  11. Brittle Star

    Isle of Wight finds

    Hi, After deciding to post an October find item, I thought I would post these photos for your suggestions. I prepped them all last weekend at the same time as the spine. Photos 1 -3 only had its edge showing and the matrix is really hard so the engraver came out, yeah it still works. Held my breath and went for it and managed not to break what I think is some turtle shell, it is 4cm long and 4mm thick. I am reluctant to prep the other side and remove all of the matrix as I do not want to ruin it completely. It is not much to look at but for the size of the fragment. The photos are s
  12. Brittle Star

    Fish Scale Isle of Wight

    Here is a Hoplopteryx lewesiensis fish scale found in the lower chalk at the end of Yaverland Beach Isle of Wight. (1 mile walk from entrance point), I only saw a tiny bit of black on the surface, so that went into my rucksack and after a lot of careful prep this complete scale came out. Well worth the slog to get there.
  13. Goldkaiser

    Isle of Wight

    So recently I got to go back to the Isle of Wight for a few days and not be bound to an area of study. Since this was more of a break I choose different areas I hadn't been fortunate to visit yet. I found numerous finds of which a few I'm unsure about. If anyone could assist that would be great. All finds are from the Wealden Group this is a early Cretaceous era deposit. 1) This was from yaverland and pulled directly from the cliff face where only the small section was exposed. It is about 5cm long and 3 Cm wide at its widest. It appears to resemble the shape of bone and in some pl
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