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  1. Can't ID bivalve

    This is probably an easy one for you guys. I have around 20 of these, so they must be common, I just can't seem to find one online that matches them. Sw Fl. Thanks!
  2. Sand dollar pieces?

    I keep finding these, always broken, always in the kind of ground that looks like and literally has the texture of the inside of a Butterfinger candy bar. Kinda look like little rock tacos, lol. They're rough like sandpaper and brittle. Bits of sand dollar? There's just not enough for me to tell. Sw Fl. Thanks in advance!
  3. Shark tooth in florida

    I found this shark tooth in Lantana, Florida (Southeast Florida). Was wondering what kind it is thanks!
  4. Bones or shell?

    Good afternoon all! Finding myself confused again. Pulled this out of the ground this morning, SW Fl, and not sure what these are embedded in there. They remind me of fish or rodent bones, but I'm just stabbing at a guess. Could just as easily be tricky shell bits. I haven't done anything to it, because I don't know what it is yet. If it's shell, it goes away, if not, I clean it. (Sorry pics not so crisp...tremors...)
  5. Beach Pebble with Fossil Imprints?

    Happy Friday! I found this very unique pebble on Casey Key Beach, Florida. It is about a 1/2"x 3/4". It has a tusk shell shape on one side and a triangular shape on the other; looking like something was replaced with quartz crystals. Does anyone know what made these impressions? Is this considered a fossil? Thanks all.
  6. 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.
  7. Englewood Beach Rock or Bone?

    I found this tumbled rock or bone on Englewood Beach, Florida. It looked different than most of the oval pieces of whale bone I've found. It is very smooth on the darker side and rougher crystalline on the flip side. It measures about 1" at it's widest points. Any Ideas? Thanks for all replies!
  8. Vertebra ID Florida

    I found this fossil vertebra in a creek in wauchula florida last week and need help with an ID.
  9. Neat mastodon rib bone for sale that I’m interested in. Can more knowledgable tell me if this is indeed M. americanum given that it’s just a bone fragment? Fossil is from north Florida
  10. Possible jaw?

    Possible jaw bone frag? Some say gator some say mammal . I have no clue!
  11. Found some more pieces of some mammoth teeth today. Also a lot of other stuff. And I apologize for not so great pics.
  12. Tooth from Ponte Vedra Beach

    I found what looks like a camel tooth on Ponte Vedra Beach, but it's hard to tell from the fossil book I have. Its about half an inch tall (thick).
  13. 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.
  14. Possible bird?

    Possible bird?
  15. Gainsville bone fragment

    Maybe tooth in jaw ?
  16. Gainsville bone fragment

    Possible pelvic?
  17. Gainsville possible tooth?

    Possible barracuda ?
  18. Gainsville bone fragment

    Small bone fragment any chance on id?
  19. Florida creek finds

    Did a little trip to a creek in Hardee county today. Find some shark teeth, mammal bones and teeth and some turtle shell. Not exactly sure on the ID on everything.
  20. Turritella/Cerith External Mold Fossil?

    Hi, I found this external mold shell on Honeymoon beach, Florida USA. It's about 2" long and 3/4" on the widest end. Unfortunately it is broken and worn on the right edge, but I still thought it was a cool find. It's limestone and has about 3 more shell imprints on the flip side (not shown). This was an unusual shape so I made a clay mold to better see the shape (3rd photo)I looked through many seashell books and narrowed it down to Eastern Turritella or Florida Cerith. What do you think?
  21. Florida tooth

    found this in a Gainesville creek today. Not sure what it is from.
  22. Peace River Fossil ID

    Back in February I went fossil hunting along the Peace River in spots between the towns of Wauchula and Arcadia. I found the usual shark teeth and dugong rib pieces along with a few porpoise and even barracuda teeth. However I would appreciate it if someone could help me identify a few of the other fossils I found. 1. Partial alligator tooth? or just a piece of bone. 2. Tusk or tooth fragment (strange pattern on the cross section. 3. Claw core from a bird or small mammal. 4. Partial glyptodont scute?
  23. Brown Bear is back in action

    Checked out Mudslinger Tours in Gainesville with my daughter and niece today for a few hours. Its my first hunt in a little over a year due to various challenges now behind me. Not a bad haul for a short trip with kids. Their finds are not pictured... bottom line- The Brown Bear is back in action!
  24. Raccoon mandible

    Found what I believe is a raccoon on mandible digging gravel in a creek Wauchula Florida today. The bone is heavier than I would expect for the size and has a very dark which color. not sure though if it's fossilized because the teeth have not turned that dark color yet. the bone matches the same color and size fossil deer antler peace from the same Creek found today. I have a new appreciation for the work that goes into Florida fossil hunting @jcbshark Although I'm sure it was much harder than it would have been had to come at the right time of year and not had to hunt in a creek that had knee to waist high water all day. The rest of the day's bounty is attached.
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