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  1. Hi everyone, Requesting one more ID tonight. I received a bunch of bone valley teeth (mostly Megs), but a few others sprinkled in. This beautiful speckled one is stumping me. It is not a hemp and not a lemon as can be seen in the photos. It is just over 3/4”. Do you think it is a bull shark?
  2. White Megalodon Tooth

    Rare Albino Bone Valley Megalodon 3.583"
  3. Bull Shark

    Here are some Bull Shark teeth I was able to acquire since Bone Valley Megalodons are a bit pricey. They are like tiny Meg's. Enjoy!
  4. Memorable hunt FL

    I had a pretty decent hunt recently. The highlight was bending over to pick up a section of mammoth tooth and as I was spotting the arrowhead less than 12" away.
  5. First Florida Megs!!

    Finally found my first megs!!! The largest I found within minutes of starting to look. They are a bit beat up but I'm a happy camper Also found some other cool stuff, one being a very rough looking whale tooth!
  6. Peace river-I’m thinkin’ horsie?

    Found this two days ago in the peace river. I’m thinking horse, but I’m about to move and my fossil id books are packed up(cardinal sin, I know.) Lemme know what you guys think. Thanks in advance. -J
  7. Florida humerus

    I found this today. Not sure exactly what it is from. It is 6" in length.
  8. Good Florida hunt

    So today I was going to try to get in the Peace for a bit. I know where some gravel beds are that you can get in when the water isn't quite as low as you want. I messed around for about an hour but then it just wasnt paying off. One good hemi and everything else was just jar teeth. So I packed up and headed to my old stand by spot. Did pretty good but also put in a lot of hours. *In the pic the top is a section of mammoth tooth it is hard to tell looking at the pic now.
  9. IMG_0871BVbrownWhale2.jpg

    From the album FloridaWhales

    Order: Artiodactyl Infraorder: Cetecea Family: Physeteridae Genus: Unknown Species: Unknown Whale tooth, Length 10.7 cm, 4.2 Inches One in a box of broken Whale teeth found in Bone Valley Phosphate Mine in the 2000s
  10. IMG_0890BVWhaleTxt.jpg

    From the album FloridaWhales

    Order: Artiodactyl Infraorder: Cetecea Family: Physeteridae Genus: Scaldicetus .sp Whale tooth, Length 10.7 cm, 4.2 Inches One in a box of broken Whale teeth found in Bone Valley Phosphate Mine in the 2000s
  11. Carcharocles megalodon 10

    From the album Sharks and their prey ....

    Carcharocles megalodon Bone Valley, Florida

    © Matthew Brett Rutland

  12. Florida creek hunt

    Had a pretty decent haul today.
  13. Low waters in FL

    I haven't done much fossil hunting in the past couple months due to doing so much caving. I made it out yesterday to find lovely low water. I found some good stuff but the highlight was a colorful meg
  14. Bone valley blues

    Found a spot with great colored bone valley formation fossils. Everything has nice blue tent to it. But sadly no complete meg teeth from there yet.
  15. Interesting fossils

    I was was catching strippers and drinking gin in Cape Cod a week ago, lower Vermont Sunday and Monday, ate cod in a restaurant on Long Island Sound Tuesday, spent Wednesday in Connecticut, on a plane home Thursday, out hunting fossils yesterday. Did not find much. 10 small shark teeth and a few worn bones. A whiskey bottle from the the 30s or 40s. It was brutal, lots of bugs, 95 degrees, high humidity... Loved every second of it. Had lunch with a good friend, went back to his place to take photos of fossils he found 30 years ago in BV phosphate mines: So think Florida Bone Valley, Miocene, 10-25 myas. I am just going to select individual photos. I have more but sizes limits in a single thread slow me down. A few of these I believe I know the species, but for the 1st day will encourage guesses from those who do not know or are not sure. Enjoy EDITED: Most Identifications added on July 30th Fossil #1: Fossil #2 IDENTIFIED as Large kentriodontid-grade dolphin tooth Fossil #3 IDENTIFIED as true Seal Cervical vertebrae Fossil #4 Fossil #5 IDENTIFIED as true Seal Axis vertebrae Fossil #7 IDENTIFIED as true Seal sacrum bone Fossil #8 IDENTIFIED as Rostral node shark snout. Fossil #9 Indentations on BOTH sides.... IDENTIFIED as symphyseal portion of a mandible where the lateral edges have fallen away - this is from a Large kentriodontid-grade dolphin. I will be thinking about these, looking at the internet fossil sites, checking with fossil identification friends.... Just sharing with my friends at TFF. These are miocene. Out of 9 fossils, maybe I would find 2 or 3 in the mostly Pleistocene Peace River. Jack
  16. Today's creek finds

    The creek I've been working isn't super shark tooth heavy although I haven't had to do much sifting there yet. I left lots of dugong bones there. Not sure what the top left is... similar fossil just below it.
  17. Found some more pieces of some mammoth teeth today. Also a lot of other stuff. And I apologize for not so great pics.
  18. Bone valley creek finds

    Hit another creek in bone valley today. The high water is paying off... a creek bank eroded and left a treasure trove.
  19. Carcharocles megalodon 08

    From the album Sharks and their prey ....

    Carcharocles megalodon Bone Valley Florida

    © Matthew Brett Rutland

  20. Shark tooth from Bone Valley

    Hi all, I bought this nice small shark tooth at a market in Middelburg, Netherlands. It's from the Bone Valley, FL, USA. From (I think) the Peace River Formation, Miocene, 9 mya. Anyone know what species it could be? If more pictures are needed let me know! Thanks in advance, Max
  21. I saw this Hemipristis tooth for sale, and I’m falling in love with it, but I was wondering if the blue color of it is a normal occurrence. It is from Bone Valley. Thanks in advance!
  22. Carcharocles megalodon 05

    From the album Sharks and their prey ....

    Carcharocles megalodon Bone Valley, Florida Bite damage with marks visible ....

    © Matthew Brett Rutland

  23. Carcharocles megalodon 04

    From the album Sharks and their prey ....

    Carcharocles megalodon Bone Valley, FL

    © Matthew Brett Rutland

  24. Crocodile tooth?

    I recently purchased a small lot of Alligator teeth from the Miocene bone valley of Florida online, and three out of the four looked as a Alligator tooth usually looks (two sutures on each side, straight, stubby) but one looks to me like a crocodile tooth, here's some pictures can anyone tell me which one it is? It's partial which muddles an ID a little.
  25. Carcharocles megalodon 03

    From the album Sharks and their prey ....

    Carcharocles megalodon Bone Valley, FL

    © Matthew Brett Rutland