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  1. After my last NSR trip, and finding a mosasaur vert, I felt like I was getting a better eye for NRS fossils. I have always heard the feeder creeks can be productive however I have searched in several never found anything in them. Now that I had more confidence I went to a more remote bridge and went for the first feeder creek I could find. It turned out to be decently productive with several more verts, none in particularly great condition though, and a jaw section. I think there is a coprolite in there too, pictures 14 and 15 maybe? I think my favorite find of all was the artifact though.
  2. I had a great half day at the North Sulphur River Texas before the rain got me. I found a mix of everything to include artifacts, Xiphactinus vert, swordfish tooth, coprolite, turtle shell, partially rooted mosasaur tooth, killer mosasaur paddle bone, Enchodus jaws, shark teeth and old toys. My buddy racked up on mosasaur verts.
  3. Location: Missouri Time period: Pennsylvanian Formation: Muncie Creek Shale I have found fish coprolites before but I am not sure what this is as I am not an expert in coprolite identification. It is possible its something else entirely or simply nothing. https://postimg.cc/svXtnbQT https://postimg.cc/MnfgwRYR https://postimg.cc/2q4JbDMS https://postimg.cc/dZ0SxT1h
  4. From the album: Muncie Creek Shale Phosphatic Nodules

    some organic material inclusions
  5. From the album: Muncie Creek Shale Phosphatic Nodules

    more images: https://imgur.com/a/2iehQHf
  6. Ak96

    Is this a coprolite

    I found this when my grandfather passed away. Can anyone help identify this
  7. Everyone said NSR was dry and picked over but I hiked 9 hrs and found some cool stuff. My favorites are the Protostega costal bone with partial rib head preserved, the mosasaur bone with bite mark and the artifacts. I walked in tracks all day but the river is too large for someone to get everything and people miss quite a bit.
  8. This fossil comes from Richards Spur and it is Permian. I think it's a coprolite with a bone bitten by the predator that the coprolite belongs to, but I'm not very sure. What do you think about it? Thank you.
  9. Good day. In this topic, I will display fossils that I found interesting. Some of them were found by me, but most of them were obtained by exchange or bought. I have already exhibited this coprolite in another topic, but I want to duplicate it here. This is my personal find, and it is interesting because on its surface many scales of the Senomanian fish have been preserved.
  10. GeschWhat

    Coprolite Identification

    Rather than writing information about coprolite identification on multiple threads, I thought I would post information about coprolite identification here so it can be referenced in ID threads (I'm getting lazy, I know). I was also thinking it might be fun for others to post coprolites in their own collections so others can use them for comparison. So here we go: IDENTIFYING COPROLITES: Not all rocks that look like poop have a fecal origin. Here are a few things to consider when trying to make this determination: 1. Location, Location, Location – If you haven’t guessed
  11. Samurai

    Concretion #16: 4.1 cm Fish Coprolite

    From the album: Muncie Creek Shale Phosphatic Nodules

    4.1cm Fish coprolite This particular section has a little bit of Cartilage from what I presume it had consumed millions of years ago Both sides of the Concretion/Nodule
  12. Mercedes Coxca

    NSR Finds

    Hey y'all! This is my first ID post, so please tell me what I should do/change for future posts <3 These are all fossils I have found in the North Sulphur River in the last two months. I'm only asking about a few in the picture because I know there's a lot and I figured I'd only focus on a few at a time <3 sorry y'all, didn't plan ahead very well. I have more pictures of all of them though if needed. 1) One (bottom middle) is ID'd (via Dallas Paleo Group on FB) possibly as coprolite or a 'jumble'?- looking for clarification as well as what the things inside the fossil mig
  13. After taking a little time off from hunting due to a new job and holidays I decided to hit the North Sulphur River with a friend. We had a great day. I love the Tylosaur scapula with shark bites. We found a large Xiphactinus washing out and ended up with one left maxilla and three verts from it. We will go back and check that area again.
  14. Hi all. A real Newbie here wondering if anyone can ID this as Coprolite? It's 3" in length and weighs 100 grams (it's hard as rock). I found it amongst all the rocks on the beach on the eastern coast of the island (Georgia Straight side). Does that mean that it may have come from an ancient sea creature? Thanks for any info. Cheers!
  15. Hi, I've been sorting through some of my Jurassic fossils from Northamptonshire and I've been wondering about these fossils. They are from the Early Jurassic, and I have found many bivalves and belemnites in this area. Could the greyish slightly curved fossil near the top of the image be a coprolite of some sort? It seems to stick to the tongue. There is also the two bits of ironstone with small bumps, which I was wondering if they could be related to bivalves? Lastly there is a slightly curved object that I have no clue what it is. Many thanks.
  16. darrow

    Coprolite or crawfish burrow?

    Galveston Bay Texas, Beaumont Formation late Pleistocene I've got a couple of these I'd like opinions on. Here's the first...
  17. Leesaa

    New Mexico fossil

    I thought this looked like a coprolite or possible ammonite concretion on top of a clump of fossilized unknown. What do you think? Found within an hour of Albuquerque along the Rio Puerco or cliffs* over the Rio Grande. Either Rio Rancho or Los Lunas. * By cliffs, I mean sandy hills full of rocks. On their way to being washed into the river. *****I was told the photos did not show. I have tried to edit to add them. Weird glitch in this program since I see them all when I log on, even if I get off the site then back on. Thank you for letting me know they were invisible
  18. yardrockpaleo

    Fish coprolite?

    Hello everybody, Asking about a certain fish fossil I received from a friend who found it at the Green River Formation. Under one of the fish, there is a sort of long, tapering, uh, feces-looking squiggle. (Trying to be mature here!) I want to know is it a fish coprolite, a mineral deposit, or something else? If I didn't know better I'd suspect it was the entrails of the fish. Anyone out there who can help? I've also attached some pics of other suspicious discolored spots that may help.
  19. Brazos Fossil Finder

    Coprolite or just rock?

    Is this a coprolite or just rock? There is something in the center that goes all the way through.
  20. Hi! My name is Annika and I'm younger than you think. Anyway, I sliced open a dinosaur coprolite the other day and I was surprised to find crystals! The camera won't capture it but there's the poop!
  21. Sarah06

    Megalodon coprolite?

    This weighs 14.11 ounces and has a leathery texture. It was found at Westmoreland State Park, VA. It's 3 3/4" and 2 5/8" at it's widest point. It is about 1.5" thick.
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