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Found 19 results

  1. Unidentified Paleobotanic, Pic 1

    From the album Most of my collection

    On Dec.26th 2013, this paleobotanical was collected from a Late Cretaceous Campanian formation around Sardis, TN. It has been looked at by several and is still unidentified. It's not listed in any of prof. Berry's works that i know of and i have been told it may be a new species. Possible Pinus or Araucaria species.
  2. Unidentified Paleobotanic, pic 2

    From the album Most of my collection

    On Dec.26th, 2013, this paleobotanical was collected from a Late Cretaceous Campanian formation around Sardis, TN. The specimen has been looked at by several and is still unidentified. It's not listed in any of prof.Berry's works that i know of, and i have been told it may be a new species. Possible Pinus or Araucaria species.
  3. Unidentified Paleobotanic, Pic 3

    From the album Most of my collection

    On Dec.26th 2013, this botanical was collected from a Late Cretaceous Campanian formation around Sardis, TN. It has been looked at by several and is still unidentified. I have been told it may possibly be a new species. Possible Pinus or Araucaria species. It's not listed in any of prof. Berry's works that i know of.
  4. Unidentified Paleobotanical Pic 1

    From the album Most of my collection

    This has to be one of the strangest paleobotanicals i've ever laid eyes on. The material has been replaced by siderite or some other iron type stuff=iron wood! It has been looked at by one Paleobotanist and one Geologist,neither had saw something like this before, and i was told there was a possibility it could be a new species of some type! It's still unidentified. The preservation is nothing short of remarkable....this specimen is so incredibly life like, that one would almost expect it to start moving in your hand! All the internal parts can still be viewed, even veins! Strange....you almost expect a heart to start beating in it! was collected in 2013 from a Late Cretaceous Campanian formation. The outside surface has many holes in a regular pattern which lead to internal parts.
  5. Unidentified Paleobotanical Pic 2

    From the album Most of my collection

    See pic 1 for a description.
  6. Cretaceous Fish Vertebra

    From the album Most of my collection

    This Fish Vert comes from a Late Cretaceous formation.
  7. Late Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    From the album Most of my collection

    A small selection of Late Cretaceous Campanian shark teeth, and a fish vert.
  8. Plesiosaur Or Xiphactinus Tooth

    From the album Most of my collection

    Here is a comparison of the tooth with that of a Plesiosaur tooth from North Africa (purchased material). The find is Late Cretaceous, Campanian. The first ever reported instance of a Plesiosaur or Xiphactinus tooth to be found on Tennessee soil. Collected April 26th 2014.
  9. Plesiosaur Or Xiphactinus Tooth

    From the album Most of my collection

    Badly decomposed before preservation. This is the first reported instance of a Pliesiosaur or Xiphactinus tooth to be found on Tennessee soil. Collected April 26th 2014.
  10. Plesiosaur Or Xiphactinus Tooth

    From the album Most of my collection

    Badly decomposed before preservation. This is the first reported instance of a Plesiosaur or Xiphactinus tooth to be found on Tennessee soil. Collected on April 26th 2014.
  11. Plesiosaur Or Xiphactinus Tooth

    From the album Most of my collection

    Badly decomposed before preservation. This is the first recorded instance of a Plesiosaur or Xiphactinus tooth to be found on Tennessee soil. Late Cretaceous, Campanian. Collected April 26th 2014.
  12. Unidentified Vertebra

    From the album Most of my collection

    On Dec 19th 2013, this large vertebra was collected out of a Late Cretaceous Campanian formation in Sardis, TN. Probable Plesiosaurian or Dinosaurian. Weight, 7 1/2 pounds.
  13. Unidentified Vertebra

    From the album Most of my collection

    On dec 19th 2013, this large vertebra was collected out of a Late Cretaceous Campanian formation in Sardis,TN. Probable Plesiosaurian or Dinosaurian. Weight, 7 1/2 pounds.
  14. Unidentified Vertebra

    From the album Most of my collection

    On dec 19th 2013, this large vertebra was collected out of a Late Cretaceous Campanian formation in Sardis, TN. Probable Plesiosaurian or Dinosaurian. Weight, 7 1/2 pounds.
  15. Unidentified Vertebra

    From the album Most of my collection

    On dec 19th 2013, this large vertebra was collected out of a Late Cretaceous Campanian formation in Sardis, TN. Probable Plesiosaurian or Dinosaurian. Weight, 7 1/2 pounds.
  16. Unidentified Vertebra

    From the album Most of my collection

    On dec 19th 2013, this large vertebra was collected out of a Late Cretaceous Campanian formation in Sardis,TN. Probable Plesiosaurian or Dinosaurian. Weight, 7 1/2 pounds.
  17. Unidentified Vertebra

    From the album Most of my collection

    On dec 19th 2013, this large vertebra was collected out of a Late Cretaceous formation in Sardis, TN. Probable Plesiosaurian or Dinosaurian. Weight, 7 1/2 pounds.
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