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Found 76 results

  1. 2 small artiodactyl teeth

    I was browsing through some past finds and came across these 2 teeth that I had placed with deer material. Just wondering if there’s any chance that these are actually llama teeth?
  2. Proximal tibia

    I hope there’s enough of this piece to correctly identify. It looks like a proximal tibia of something large like bison, horse, camel or maybe tapir? @Harry Pristis,
  3. Went looking at gravel bars today on the Brazos River west of Houston. Got lots of great pieces of petrified wood, and these which I can’t identify. This was only my second time looking for fossils so still working on identifying things. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!
  4. Weird pet wood?

    found in a gravel load in west houston from brazos river is this pet wood?....on the end it looks odd {first pic} the so called grain don't look right. could this be something else??
  5. vomit??

    is this some sort of vomit?? or something else? it is actually lighter than stone would be and gives me the idea more of plant material than bones or shell...perhaps some sort of bamboo plant like shoots and ground material?? last two pics are of a petrified piece of a bamboo like plant also found in same vicinity. found in gravel load from Brazos river west of Houston Texas.
  6. Human bone?

    Found this by Brazos River near Sealy. Could it be human? Specifically, could it be a left tibia bone (left lower leg)?
  7. odd thing on stone

    found this stone today and it had this weird thing on it any ideas?? found in gravel drive west of Houston Texas in gravel from Brazos River.
  8. weird stone

    found this weird stone in a gravel load from the Brazos river west of Houston Texas
  9. Very tiny .... seed?

    found this very tiny thing on a sandy looking stone it is very hard and embedded in the stone. It appears to be a seed like object but I am no expert it was found West of Houston in some gravel from the Brazos River. I have taken pics from different angles and next to a ruler. thank you for looking
  10. Pleistocene vertebra

    Is there enough of this vertebra for an id? Found in Brazos River Pleistocene gravel in SE Texas.
  11. Chunk o’ sumpin big!

    I’ve had this chunk of bone for a while and not been able to get an ID on it. It is from the Brazos River in SE. Texas, Pleistocene material. Any ideas? @Harry Pristis, @fossilus, @Shellseeker @jcbshark @Uncle Siphuncle @JohnJ
  12. Xenarthran mandible?

    I found this today on the Brazos River in SE Texas. At first I thought it was a chunk of a vertebra. After washing some mud off I was surprised to see teeth with roots extending to the broken ends of a mandible. Based on the shape of the teeth I think it is a xenarthran, but which one???
  13. Is this what it seems??

    found this in a gravel load from the Brazos river West of Houston Texas is this what it seems?...is this the fossilized fleshy insides of a clam or other shelled creature?
  14. seed?...shell? or other?

    found this little thingy on a pebble but have no idea if it is anything what do you think? found in gravel from Brazos river west of Houston Texas.
  15. Pet Wood or possibly bone??

    found this on gravel road it was from a gravel load from the Brazos river west of Houston Texas at first look I was thinking pet wood but under the microscopic camera the cell structure is a bit odd so was wondering if it may be bone?
  16. Unknown weird things

    I found this small stone it had a couple odd tiny items on it which i looked at under the microscopic camera and photographed. The stone itself was about an inch to two inches I thought I had a photo of it but did not and it now lies in one of several buckets of other stones here somewhere. The first item is striped and about the size of a half grain of rice?...the other was even smaller. any ideas what these are?
  17. 1 inch thick and about 1 1/2 inch wide found in gravel from the Brazos river this specimen has a basket weave type grain any ideas of the type of wood this was? on first glance I thought it was a wear pattern but under the microscopic camera it looks similar to a basket weave pattern.
  18. petrified wood?

    small chunk of petrified wood ... found this strange looking chunk of petrified wood in the gravel drive west of Houston from gravel from the Brazos River. It is about 2 1/2 inches by 2 inches any ideas on the type of wood?
  19. Pleistocene mammal bone

    I found this on the Brazos River a while back and I am just now getting to it for an ID. Any help is appreciated. @Harry Pristis @Uncle Siphuncle
  20. micro bone and claw?

    found in gravel from Brazos river here in west Houston it appears to be a very tiny claw but will let the more experienced determine also there is what appears to be a small bone also took a pic of it with micro scope camera. I guess another possibility could be a tiny tooth?
  21. Four small items...item no four...

    this one is a small twisted shell? looks like a tiny little pipe
  22. Four small items...item no two...

    I am not sure if this is anything or not but it looks like a piece of something found west of Houston Texas in gravel from Brazos river
  23. Have four small items First Item.....

    Have four small items First Item..... very small i see either an eggshell?...or a small turtle fragment? but then there is also the possibility of it being petrified wood found in gravel load from Brazos river West of Houston
  24. fossil?

    found this in a gravel load from the Brazos river west of Houston Any ideas on what it is?...thank you in advance
  25. Hi Everyone, I found an interesting large bone fragment in the Brazos River, outside of Harris County, Texas. The fragment has a thick sidewall, so I am guessing it is from a large mammal, possibly mammoth. The thing that I can't wrap my head around is the odd pocket-like texture exhibited on one side of the bone. Could these odd pockets help in the identification of this fossil? Also, I have attached a picture of 2 antlers from the Brazos. They both look like they are whitetail deer antlers to me. One is much larger than the other, possibly due to age and nutrition of the animal? Thanks for checking them out.