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Found 16 results

  1. Fossilized Tooth

    I found this tooth on the gravel bed of the creek last week. It seems fossilized, the best I can tell anyway. Do you guys know what it might have belonged to? Thanks in advance.
  2. Shark or Mosasaur Vertebrae?

    I found this in the gravel bed of a creek today in Grayson County, TX. Is it a shark vertebrae, or possibly mosasaur? Thanks for any help.
  3. Wild Boar Tusk?

    We found this in the gravel bed of a creek today in Grayson County, TX. I'm assuming it's a wild boar tusk. What do you guys think? Is it most likely old or modern? Thanks for any help.
  4. Ptychodus Teeth

    We just started hunting for shark teeth in August and have found many, but finding the ptychodus teeth is my favorite. I just wanted to show you guys our collection of them so far. Are these all whipplei?
  5. Mystery Tooth?

    We found this mystery item which appears to be a tooth of some sort. We found it in the gravel bed of the creek while looking for shark teeth. It is from Post Oak Creek in Sherman, TX. Can anyone tell me what it is? Thank you!
  6. Rib Bone?

    Would anyone know what this is from? It looks like a rib bone and it is at least 17 inches long. It is from Post Oak Creek in Sherman, TX. Thank you!
  7. Some Type of Bone?

    We found this yesterday at the edge of a creek. We dug into a little mound that was full of fossilized shark teeth and oysters. Does anyone know what it might be? Thank you in advance. You all are so helpful here.
  8. Is this Bone?

    Ok, so I found this in the creek and being a newbie I didn't know what it was so I brought it home. I really thought it was like a rusty old drawer pull. That's the shape it had. I had my son split it and it seems like bone. I hate that I deleted the picture of it before we broke it, but I tried to put it back as best as I could to how it looked. Any ideas on what it is? Thank you.
  9. Petrified Wood or Rock?

    I found a few pieces of this in a creek in an area where the water flows pretty good. Can anyone tell if it is petrified wood or just rock? Found in Post Oak Creek, Grayson County, Texas. Thank you in advance.
  10. Cow or Bison Tooth?

    Can anyone help me in deciding if this tooth belonged to a cow or bison? Found in Post Oak Creek, Grayson County, Texas. Thank you.
  11. Shark Teeth Identification 2

    I have several shark teeth from Post Oak Creek in Grayson County, Texas and I was hoping to get help with identification. The period is Cretaceous. Thank you in advance for any help.
  12. Shark Teeth Identification

    I have several shark teeth from Post Oak Creek in Grayson County, Texas and I was hoping to get help with identification. From what I've read it is the Cretaceous period. Here are some of them. Thank you in advance.
  13. Duck Creek echinoids ID x2

    I found these about a week before Christmas in the Duck Creek Formation in Grayson County, Texas, but haven’t had time to post them. I found about 6 of the bigger variety, but only 1 of the smaller more damaged one. I think the larger is a Macraster, but I don’t know the species. I think this is actually my first Macraster. The other one I don’t know the genus. It’s a bit beat up, but I imagine someone can tell me the genus at least. The Macraster I am also curious about the right side dominance, or left dominance when viewed from the bottom side of the urchin. Notice the hump on the left is bigger here on the top left. All 6 echinoids demonstrate it. The other one Anyhelp would be appreciated.
  14. Grayson county Texas brachiopod? ID

    My daughter asked me to take her fossil hunting today. She has never asked me to take her before so I was excited to take her out. She’s only 13. We drove up to Grayson County where I knew we would be sure to find something. We went to a creek where there were about 4-5 different formations or layers visible. Near the top though was a red layer. I didn’t find anything of interest in the red layer while in the creek. But when we returned to the car I decided to look around at the hillside and found something I didn’t expect to see there. I have been to this creek before. It has more oysters than I’ve ever seen in my life. It has a few varieties of ammonites and some echinoids and Inoceramus clams and that is about it. Next to where I parked my car there was a drainage ditch with red dirt and sitting there in the drainage ditch was this cluster of brachiopods. I would appreciate it if anyone could tell me what they are. One side of the cluster is red. This is the red side. The largest one is about 4 cm wide.
  15. Texigryphaea graysonana

    Collected near Lake Texoma in Grayson County, Texas.
  16. Worm Tubes? Coral?

    I found this fossil along Eisenhower State Park's hiking trails. This is close to Denison, TX in Grayson County. Right now this is the only photo I have, and it's taken from my phone. If it's not enough for an ID let me know, and I can hike back out for better pictures and more accurate measurement. It's roughly a square foot big. The different cretaceous formations found in our park are: Kiamichi, Goodland, Duck Creek, and possibly Antlers. I'm not an expert in fossils, but they are popular here, so as the park's naturalist I've been trying to learn as much as possible on my own using guide books and the internet. I appreciate any help!
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