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  1. Teeth with maxilla and mandible present

    Good evening I just now found this tooth so I begin digging around and have discovered the maxilla in the mandible including a whole bunch of teeth! But they are falling apart! I have pieces parts of everything else besides this one tooth! Does anybody happen to know what animal would have A tooth like this?
  2. Hey guys I’m driving back from Panama City to Orlando Florida on Tuesday for work and wanted to ask if anyone has any suggestions for a spot I could stop off at on my drive home to go look for teeth or other fossils. Need to scratch that fossil itch. Land sites are probably my best bet for the hour I’ll have but I could stop by a river. Any suggestions would help. I’m obviously not asking for major spots as I also keep mine secret. Love to here from you guys.
  3. What is this tooth from?

    I work for an ecological restoration company and I work in rivers all the time. I find weird things from time to time, but I am stumped. Please help I know it’s a “petrified tooth” but I don’t know what it is from. Any ideas?
  4. Teeth (Ukraine) ?

    Are these teeth? Ukraine, Lviv region.
  5. On my way out of town after a family gathering at Starved Rock State Park (it was packed like crazy with people, but I was still able to get a quiet hike in early Sunday morning with my mom. The food at the Lodge is not bad at all, also!) I made time to stop by one of my favorite sites, a roadcut near Oglesby, IL. This steep, talus-covered slope is known to produce generous quantities of brachiopods, as well as rarer shark teeth, cephalopods, echinoderms, trilobites and coral, among other things, primarily from the Pennsylvanian La Salle Limestone Member of the Bond Formation. With the wet weather this year plants had grown wildly over the slope, but there was still plenty of rock to explore. I got out of my car, jumped over the little brook running through the ditch, and made my way up the slope. As erosion slowly eats away at the bluff, fresh boulders fall away and expose new things. A large section had fallen last year, and at the top of the slope I saw another section perilously close to breaking away, so I steered well clear of it. Caution is definitely required at this site, especially because of the risk of rock fall near the overhang, but also the danger of slipping on loose rock and falling- a good sense of balance is very helpful! Working my way carefully along the cut I began to find some interesting things. First up was this hash plate- it doesn't look like much here covered in mud, but in the middle are some Archaeocidaris sea urchin spines, and it also features a number of crushed brachiopods, including some with spines, as well as crinoid stem pieces and other bits. I have started cleaning it up, so I will need to take a picture of it after I'm done.
  6. Shark Teeth (Myrtle Beach)

    Hello again, I’m sure you all get tired of IDing so many shark teeth. However I’m not confident enough in my ability to properly identify these myself. I found them years back when I was at Myrtle Beach, SC. Thinking bottom right is sand tiger due to the upward curve. Bottom left lemon shark? Not sure about the rest. (I thought I knew at one point, but that was a long time ago.) Also, is there any way of getting an approximate age? Thanks, Nate
  7. Mammal Jaw? (Location unknown)

    Hi all, First time using the forum. I got this from a local rock and mineral show years back, but they gave me no information other than that it was a “prehistoric deer.” Using this, I did some research, and highly suspect that it could be the jaw of a Leptomeryx species (which would put it somewhere in N. America?). It definitely resembles the pictures I’ve seen. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.
  8. Freshwater plesiosaur material from the Jurassic of China

    Hey everyone Thought I'd share with you this new paper I found on ResearchGate; it basically reports the first discovery of remains of freshwater plesiosaurs from the middle Jurassic of Gansu province (in China). Gao, T., Li, D.-Q., Li, L.-F., and Yang, J.-T. (2019). The first record of freshwater plesiosaurian from the Middle Jurassic of Gansu, NW China, with its implications to the local palaeobiogeography. Journal of Palaeogeography 8:27. Abstract: Plesiosaurs are one of the common groups of aquatic reptiles in the Mesozoic, which mainly lived in marine environments. Freshwater plesiosaurs are rare in the world, especially from the Jurassic. The present paper reports the first freshwater plesiosaur, represented by four isolated teeth from the Middle Jurassic fluviolacustrine strata of Qingtujing area, Jinchang City, Gansu Province, Northwest China. These teeth are considered to come from one individual. The comparative analysis of the corresponding relationship between the body and tooth sizes of the known freshwater plesiosaur shows that Jinchang teeth represent a small-sized plesiosaurian. Based on the adaptive radiation of plesiosaurs and the palaeobiogeographical context, we propose a scenario of a river leading to the Meso-Tethys in the Late Middle Jurassic in Jinchang area, which may have provided a channel for the seasonal migration of plesiosaurs. Keywords: Freshwater plesiosaur, Middle Jurassic, Jinchang, Gansu Province, Palaeobiogeography. Here's the PDF of the article Gao et al2019Freshwater Chinese plesio.pdf Hope you all have a nice day! -Christian
  9. Dromaeosaurus Teeth?

    Ive been looking for a true dromaeosaurus tooth for a while now. Ive only been able to grab acheroraptor. Does anyone know of a reputable site or seller selling any?
  10. Sharks teeth (Ukraine)?

    Hello! Help with identification please. Western Ukraine, Lviv region.
  11. Basilosaur lower frontal jaw section

    From the album Marine reptiles and mammals

    Basilosaur(us?) frontal lower jaw seyction, from Boujdour, in Morocco. Hopefully the species can be distinguished with some more info
  12. Basilosaur frontal lower jaw section

    From the album Marine reptiles and mammals

    Almost the entire frontal canine portion of the lower jaw of a Basilosaur. As you can see, the area where the absent front canines were, at the tip of the piece is visible, as well as where the missing last canines were situated. Although it was labeled as a Basilosaurus, I’m a little hesitant to consider that the case until I can personally corroborate the information. Apparently from Boujdour, I’m just having trouble finding information about which whales are, or are not found there, so until then I’ll leave it more open with just Basilosaur.
  13. I'd love some thoughts on some of these recent finds from Sharktooth Hill. Thanks in advance! These ones, I think, are porcupinefish mouth plate pieces, but I have no experience with them. These seem like fish teeth. Parrotfish or related??? The two views are the same pieces, with interesting "toothy" parts on both surfaces. I can see the bottom pic maybe showing palatine teeth??? And finally this has me totally stumped. While collecting we saved it saying, "that's gotta be something" still still don't have a clue. Bottom pic is side view.
  14. North Carolina River Finds

    Hey everyone, here are a few pics of some zone 2 Pliocene Yorktown Formation finds and some Spring Garden Member Eocene Castle Hayne Formation finds from an eastern North Carolina River near my house. Pecten, not yet ID'd. Pliocene
  15. Galeocerdo tooth (Ukraine) ?

    Hello! Is it tooth of shark from genus Galeocerdo? And if it possible to identify species? Western Ukraine, Lviv region. Probably, Neogene. Thanks!
  16. Once more tooth (Ukraine) ?

    Help please with ID. Ukraine, Lviv region. I dont know age...
  17. Sharks teeth (Ukraine) ?

    Hello! Help, please, with identification. I dont know age certainly, but probably Neogene. Thanks in advance!!!
  18. Unusual STH tooth

    Going through my recent find from Sharktooth Hill I came across this one that was very different from any others I've seen from there. Possible bramble shark? Not many options that look like this. Your thoughts on it are appreciated! Picture isn't the greatest, but I'm hoping it's distinctive enough.
  19. Shark tooth (Ukraine)?

    Hello! Help with ID please. Western Ukraine, Lviv region. Neogene, Miocene.
  20. Otodus tooth?

    Is this an otodus tooth?
  21. Mammal teeth

    Hello together, here I have 4 fragmentary teeth and only a slight idea what they could be. Nr. 1 is the only one I found myself, in the gravel at teh rhine river. its relatively heavy and colourfull what makes me think it could be (sub-)fossil. Looks like a bovid or cervid to me. Any further ideas? Nr. 2 I bought on online, together with nr. 4, they where supposedly found in lignite. Nr. 4 looks like a tiny proboscidean to me (only a layer out of a tooth), with nr. 2 I have got no idea.(small piece of similar layer? Nr. 3 seems to be a carnassial, I think its from china. The texture may tell something to some of you? Thanks in advance for any information you can give me. Aloha, J
  22. Bag Marked Teeth Southern Illinois

    Hello again everyone. So I decided to take another look at the stuff my uncle gave me like 30 years ago and took some pictures to see if this all fake too. I didn't notice there was a pouch in the box, but written on it was "Teeth Southern Illinois". This is maybe half of them, and some other thing that was in a bag, inside the other bag. Any thoughts? Thanks! Dan
  23. Potomac fossils ID

    I recently bought this display case of fossils from the Potomac at a flea market. Being from Illinois, I'm not familiar with these fossils. Can anyone help IDing these or at least directing me to somewhere I can look them up myself?
  24. Hello I'm a newbie fossil collector (and newly active member) who happens to several interesting fossils for a decent price from our favorite auctions sites 1st is are Knightia. The seller claims that they are not restored or enhanced 2nd set are 4 Spinosaurus teeth. The seller claims that cracks have been repaired, but no restoration or composition has been made (Pictures 2-9 of teeth in pairs) 3rd is a Lycoptera which the seller claims is not restored or enhanced 4th are plates of Elrathia Trilobites from Wheeler Formation 5th are Fossil Ferns from Llewellyn Formation 6th is a Hyracodon jaw fragment I would like to ask if the sellers' description of the items are accurate and/or if they are restored, enhanced or composites. Cheers!
  25. Kids finds

    Hi! My kids found a few fossils and we have no idea what they are! Could anyone help? they were found on st simons island Georgia in an oyster bed.
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