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Found 101 results

  1. Niobrara River Fossils Help??

    So my son and I were walking in the Niobrara river west of Verdigre, Nebraska and found some fossils. These were the best 2 that we have. Also found a lot of bone fragments. Any help in identifying these would be great. I have no idea. Thanks in advance. Tom
  2. need bone ID please

    This is the smallest fossil bone I’ve ever found. I won’t even take a guess on this one. Found in north central Nebraska sandhills.
  3. Tortoise?

    I always assumed these were pieces of giant tortoise shell , but have never showed them to anyone. What do you think? Found in north central Nebraska.
  4. Need bone ID please

    Really not sure on this one. Sort of looks like a vert or end of a bone. Hopefully there is enough there for an ID. Found in North Central Nebraska. Thanks! bottom
  5. Some of my collection

    Hello gang, As promised this is where I will share specimens from my personal collection, my grandfather's collection, and the collection that was donated to the university I work for. The latter is interesting as it is literally boxes of rock and fossils, with no information and my university does not have a geology or paleontology department. I'll be updating it every so often. Enjoy! NOTE: Some of the donated items have old school "labels" on them. If you see initials or such that you recognize, please PM me, as I am doing my best to properly catalog them properly as part of my job!
  6. Hi all, trying to get some id help with some teeth from the Brule Formation, Nebraska. Most i think are oreodont, mesohippus and similar. Unfortunately dentition is not my forte, so any assistance would be appreciated. Tried to take photos from three different angles to help. Set 1, 2-specimens Set 2, 3-specimens (lower 2 mesohippus maybe) Set 3, 2-specimens Set 4, 1-specimen Set 5, 1-specimen (mesohippus maybe?) Thanks for everyone's help again. MUCH appreciated, Paul
  7. Need toe bone ID very good condition

    Found in north central Nebraska. Thanks
  8. vertebra

    I’ve always wondered what kind of critter this vertebra was from. I’m assuming bison. I thought it was interesting because of what look like cut marks on the top of the spine. Do you think this is evidence of butchering? Thanks for any input
  9. More teeth

    Since I have been having such good luck with tooth ID I thought I would dig in to some of my old collection. I got out my old bucket o teeth and found some that look like they were something other than bison or cow. I’ve put these in order from top to bottom. The first one is broken so I don’t know if there is enough there to ID. That one kind of looks like bison anyway. I have no idea on the last three. Found in Nebraska. Thanks for your help!
  10. cervello

    Discovered in cleaning. Brain. Merycoidodon culbertsoni Nebraska It's interesting
  11. Large fossilized vert

    I’ve had this one for a while, never had it identified. Thanks for input
  12. Toe bone?

    Just a wild uneducated guess on my part but I’ve always wondered about this one.
  13. Odd tooth

    This one looks different from the rest of my collection. I’m hoping it’s something unusual like the last one you identified for me. Thanks TOPBOTTOMSIDE
  14. Large vertebra

    I find lots of these and never know what kind of critter they came from. Definitely fossilized
  15. Really cool petrified wood

    Please give me any info you can on this. This is the most beautiful piece of petrified wood I have ever found. Any idea on age or type of wood etc.? Is the white outer covering volcanic ash? Top
  16. Tooth or bone?

    Not sure what to think about this one. TOPSIDESIDEBOTTOM
  17. Partial jaw bone and teeth

    These big teeth are always a mystery to me. I don’t know how to tell the difference between bison camel and horse. Thanks for looking
  18. M&M Ranch in Nebraska

    My younger son Mel just led his first fossil trip of the year on our Oligocene M&M Ranch in Nebraska last week. My sons, Mel and Marco Jr., are starting to get back from their prepper some of the fossils that they found on our ranch in 2018. Not all fossils go to the prepper. Mel preps some of the specimens himself. Below is a picture of the specimens Mel found in 2018 that he will prep. Here are a few pictures of 2018 specimens just back from the prepper. Mel found another saber cat in 2018 that is in prep. Below are a saber cat skull found by Mel and saber cat skeleton found by Marco Jr. (the skeleton was still in prep in this picture and I can't find the finished picture right now) in previous years on the ranch. They have found seven or eight so far on the ranch. I'll probably be going out to the ranch a couple of times this year. However, I spend most of my time at the ranch taking matrix that contains micro squamate, bird, amphibian, and mammal specimens. I'm currently working with seven researchers on this micro material. Marco Sr.
  19. Oreodont in situ - Nebraska Oligocene

  20. On my wife and my epic fossil trip this fall we spent a day in Nebraska in the White River badlands. Found some of the normal stuff...nothing spectacular but neat for us as we had this as a "bucket list" locality. One of our best finds was an oreodont skull. I found the nose at the bottom of a gully, and worked my way up until I found the outline of the broken bone. I dug out a volleyball-size chunk of rock and brought it home. Just finished prepping it out. It needs some reconstruction of areas around the snout that were weathered away, but all in all I am pleased with how it came out. At camp with a little rough prep to see what we had. Top view while at camp. Packed it away at this point. Underside after reattaching the muzzle.
  21. Hello forum preppers....need some advice. I started what I thought would be a very easy prep on a partial turtle I found in Nebraska this past fall. It was in 2 halves about 5 feet apart on a slope. Clean, glue together. Easy peasy. But....when I started cleaning I found that at least part of Mr. Turtle is still at home in the shell. So....I'm trying to figure the best approach. I'm thinking that I may remove the plastron as it is not all there, put it together and use it as a removable "lid" and then prep out the inside of the shell some. Problem with that is that it would lead to displaying the turtle upside down with the best looking part on the bottom. Also, can anyone ID the species at this point? Ideas appreciated!
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