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  1. historianmichael

    Shark Tooth Hunting in the Potomac

    A few weeks ago my girlfriend and I decided to take advantage of the unusually warm December weather in Northern Virginia to visit the historic Stratford Hall and make a couple quick stops at the Miocene deposits in Westmoreland State Park and Stratford Hall and the Paleocene deposits in Purse State Park. To say the least, this trip was planned a bit on a whim. I was thoroughly unprepared - lacking boots or waders and having to buy a cheap plastic colander at Target to do some sifting. Luckily the Potomac River was cold, but not that cold, so I was able to wade out in my bare feet up to about
  2. Yesterday (January 2nd) was only my second trip to Calvert Cliffs. I'm pretty new to fossil collecting, but thanks to the wonderful advice and reading the greatly informative posts from members such as @Darktooth @FossilsAnonymous @WhodamanHD @racerzeke @KimTexan and @paxhunter I had a lot of success and it was a much more productive trip than my first. Below is a brief summary and some pictures of what I found: I woke up, put on a few layers clothing, and had my coffee at 3:45am. After my morning pipe (tobacco...I actually make briar tobacco pipes as a hobby) I got in my pre-loade
  3. historianmichael

    Ostracod?

    I recently collected at an exposure of the Rochester and McKenzie Formations in Maryland. The ostracod typical of these formations is Kloedinella. While I did find a lot of those ostracods, I also found these two fossils. My initial guess is that they are of a different ostracod, Leperditia. I tried to Google to identify if Leperditia can be found in these Formations but I did not have much luck answering that question. What do you all think? Any help is greatly appreciated.
  4. Hydroman

    Fossil Teeth???

    We found these teeth in the Choptank River of Maryland. Anyone have any clue what they are?
  5. Hi. Like many, I am working from home. NJ has closed school for 5 weeks. It’s only been a week and I’m going crazy. Plus I am a financial planner so my days have been challenging to say the least. TFF has been a great escape to take my mind off of everything. I also thought I would take the time to really nail down some IDs on these teeth from the Potomac. I thought maybe I can get some confirmation on my IDs and use them to compare with the others that I have collected All the teeth are from Douglas Point. Thank you for any feedback, be safe, and everyone keep posting great content!
  6. hokietech96

    Potomac River Trip

    Made my second trip back to Douglas Point on Wednesday. The weather was sunny and a little over 60 degrees. It was a perfect 3+ hours of sifting and surface searching. I had the entire beach to myself. The only negative to the day was the 4 hour ride home. Usually takes me 3 hours. I was hoping to find my first croc tooth but I will not complain since I found a nice otodus. Otodus Obliquus
  7. Good day out on the bay, I kayaked down the cliffs in the morning and pulled in to do some surface collecting. I wasn’t finding many large shark teeth but I found my most amount of dolphin teeth in a day!
  8. Found some really nice teeth on the Maryland side of the Potomac River. A lot of really nice sand tiger teeth, a nice Otodus, and two really pretty small croc teeth, and two partial croc teeth
  9. We've had a couple nice hunts in the Aquia recently. Our first trip was really nice. The weather was beautiful and the tide was low. The only finds of note from this trip were two shark vertebrae and a small yet pristine transitional otodus. As always, we found over a 100 teeth in the gentle shallows. Our second trip was incredibly productive, albeit with fast moving water and a high tide on a beach ravaged by storms. We found what I think is a turtle washing out of a recent fall; I was unable to spot the rest of the turtle in the fall, however we were able to grab five pieces of mat
  10. Great hunt today, left with a hand full of nice teeth, the best being my Chub and my dolphin teeth
  11. hokietech96

    Matoaka Beach

    Hi. In addition to going to Big Brook this week I was fortunate to get to Matoaka beach for the first time. Did not do as well but it was still had a blast. Hunted with @Searcher78 who always seems to find the nicest tiger shark teeth. I did find my first stingray barb though. Enjoy the pics.
  12. Now that my boys are getting older and enjoying hunting for sharks teeth a little bit more frequently, I would like to tie it in with an over night camping trip. We have been to Calvert Cliffs and Brownies Beach and they really enjoyed themselves. We are willing to park and hike a few miles to a location. It does not have to be a pull up, park and camp (I'd actually prefer it not be that).
  13. Rockwood

    Fossil or mud dauber nest ?

    I recently moved some of my collection and noticed something loose on the bottom of the drawer under a barnacle. It's from a trip to the Calvert Cliffs in Maryland nine years ago. As I looked closer I noticed that they apparently came from inside two of the barnacles. Is this a fossil that I had dismissed as matrix, or is it a modern insect addition ?
  14. FossilsAnonymous

    Turtle? Ray?

    Hey all, found this today at our private site. Looks like a ray plastron? Never seen it before. We also found a nice gator tooth too.
  15. Found a few recently. One would have been nice if complete. I would like opinions on the one partial tooth. I'm thinking maybe croc. Any comments apprieceated.
  16. Over the past few months work has been crazy (although in a VERY good way) and I haven't had the time to post summaries of my past few trips to the Calvert Cliffs formation. Long stories short, I was able to get down to the cliffs on a few occasions between Feb-April 2019. Most of the time I was able to go when tides were good, however on my most recent trip they were horrible. I've met a lot of awesome people along the beach and developed many good friendships...in fact I think that 95% of the people I met have been extremely friendly, genuine, willing to give advice, and just plain good peop
  17. smnr

    Calvert Cliffs ID

    A couple of old finds from Calvert Cliffs. I'd like to be certain on the ID of both. Top one has enamel-like quality on one side. Seems to have broken off the other side. Are they different types of sting ray barbs? Thanks!
  18. Do you guys know if there arer any good exposures along the Patuxent river near dc? I've also heard some vague thing about fossils near Piscataway Park, but have never been able to confirm anything. The rest of what I've heard is in this link https://www.nps.gov/articles/park-paleo-spring-2018-antonioni-nace-b.htm but I don't know if they are open to collecting.
  19. FossilsAnonymous

    Mysterious Matoakan Tooth

    I was just sorting through my most recent Matoakan finds and found this tooth. I have never seen anything of it's like before, but I may just be off my rocker and confusing it with something new when it's not. It only raised my suspicions because the form of the tooth is strange. The enamel is completely smooth, and the tooth's size is only about half of an inch. It was found in the choptank formation near some clay boulders near the cliffs furthest from the opening. Cheers, FA Front Back
  20. FossilsAnonymous

    Lower Carcharodon Hastalis

    From the album: Maryland Fossils

    2 1/10 inches in height Miocene Choptank Formation
  21. FossilsAnonymous

    Upper C. Hastalis (narrow form)

    From the album: Maryland Fossils

    Left to Right 1 8/10 inches in height, Miocene 2 inches in height, Miocene Calvert Formation
  22. HuntingMillers

    NC or MD?

    Looking to explore an area outside of our "home base" this Sunday. Plan to head out Sat evening and venture to the Calvert Cliffs area, OR Aurora, NC for an early Sunday hunt. Any tenured hunters of shark teeth have a recommendation on which direction may be best? Pros/cons of each locale? Would love to meet up with an expert/local in either area. Not to discover your honey hole or special spots, but to learn the lay of the land and laws to make sure we stay in the right, and some general knowledge tips on hunting in either place. Thanks!!
  23. PolskiByk

    Are these human teeth?

    Are either of these possibly human molars? If so, would they be recent, Native American, or perhaps older? If not, what do you think they are? They were found on the Potomac river, in Purse State Park, in southern MD on separate trips about a year apart.
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