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Found 9 results

  1. Hello! This is my first time posting,I’m sorry if any of the format is incorrect. I read through the rules first. I know some of these might just be rocks that look like something cool, or modern bones/teeth. Any identification ideas are welcome, I’m still learning what is what and I’m really interested in all of these things that I’ve set aside. Most were found in Peace River and Caspersen Beach.
  2. What type of tooth is this?

    Found this yesterday in the water at Caspersen Beach, FL. It looks like none of the other sharks’ teeth (or assumed sharks’ teeth). Found using a metal sifter. Any idea on what type it is or age, based on color (not brown or black)?
  3. Caspersen Beach Fossils

    Hey there, A friend of mine recently came back from Caspersen Beach in Florida with a handful of shark teeth and random chunks of bone found along the beach. Having never been to the area myself, it’s my understanding that fossils wash ashore that are Miocene and Pliocene in age. I was able to ID a number of her finds, but there are these two similar looking chunks that I’m hung up on. They almost look like worn horse teeth. Can anyone ID these beyond the chunks that they are? Thanks as always!
  4. Help with Identifying Florida Fossils

    Hello, I was hunting for sharks' teeth around Venice Beach/Caspersen Beach last week, and along with finding a bunch of shark teeth, I found some other fossil-looking stones. I'm not sure what kind of fossils they are, or if they even are fossils, so I'd like some help identifying them! All of them are quite hard and most are fairly shiny. #1: It has a sort of "hole" or concavity in one end which you can see from the second photo. It also has a bit of a crack on the underside, as you can see from the last photo. #2: This one is fairly porous/pockmarked looking, and has grooved lines. The next looks pretty much the same as the previous one, but I thought I would include photos anyway. #3: Pretty much the same as the last one; porous. #4: This next one is very interesting to me; it has quite a few cracks and even has a hole all the way through! #5: I suspect that this one may be just a rock; pretty much the only characteristic that makes me think that it could be a fossil is the color. #6: I'm thinking that this one is probably a normal (albeit strange looking) rock too... #7: This one is a bit pockmarked/porous. If this one actually is a fossil, it seems like it would have to be pretty worn, since I don't really see any definite shape! Sorry, I know that was a TON of photos!! Thanks for the help!
  5. ID assistance needed

    Can anyone assist in and ID for the attached image? It was found on Caspersen Beach in Venice Florida. The area is rich in marine fossils in the Miocene time frame.
  6. Bone id..long shot?

    This morning I stumbled on this worn bone and it's not the usual rib or limb bone I often see. I know it might be a long shot but I thought I'd put it out here with fingers crossed hoping someone might have an idea.
  7. I never knew that Florida had such a plethora of fossil hunting opportunities. I have visited Venice Beach twice and found fossil shark teeth, fossil plant (most likely Crinoidea) impressions in rock, and fossil shells. I have wanted to visit the Peace River formation for a while now, and I know that there are other spots in Florida that seem to hold some promise. So I'm curious, since I'm basically just starting out hunting for fossils myself rather than buying them, as to what some people who also fossil hunt in Florida have found, and where you found it?
  8. Caspersen Beach Fossil

    I found this fossil on Caspersen Beach in Venice, Florida. As far as I know, it's from the Bone Valley Member, Peace River Formation, Hawthorne Group. Any ideas what this is?
  9. Hello, few weeks ago I visited beautiful Caspersen Beach in Florida and collected some shark teeth. I really wanted to find some megalodon teeth but I´m not sure if I have any. I chose teeth which might be megalodon´s and made a picture of them. Could you look at it and tell me whether I own megalodon tooth? Thank you so much, Tereza
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