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  1. Hello! I found this fossil probably 20 years ago in the Sulfur River near Ladonia, TX. I was told at the time that it is Cretaceous in age and likely from a Mosasaur. Is this a Mosasaur fossil? And if so, what body part of the Mosasaur is it from? It looks like a joint to me. It is about 6" wide, about 4.5" tall, and is convex on the "bottom".
  2. Long hike at NSR. I did manage to find my first turtle vert and Stratodus palatine bone. I love the colors on the little Mosasaur tail vert. It was a beautiful day and animals were on the move. More pics.
  3. A partial left dentary (lower jaw) of a small mosasaur. On the side there is a large pathology visible on the bone surface.
  4. It was my first time hunting in awhile due to my crazy work schedule. Since we haven't had a good rain I figured it would be picked over. I found some really nice Mosasaur verts, coprolite and my best Clidastes jaw section yet with multiple replacement teeth showing. The fish vert is from one of the large Cretaceous fish probably Xiphactinus. The artifacts, Gastropods, Enchodus tooth, Mastodon tooth enamel and other Pleistocene tooth were a nice bonus. You can see little bones in all the coprolite. I will hit it again next week for sure.
  5. A friend of mine proposed to buy this piece. What do you think? thanks to everybody
  6. From the album WhodamanHD's Fossil collection.

    I removed a mosasaur tooth from this. Bought at a fossil store. Various bone, identity unknown unless it is associated with the mosasaur tooth.
  7. From the album WhodamanHD's Fossil collection.

    Mosasaur tooth originally in sandstone matrix, I picked it out. Bought from a store in the northeast. I assume Moroccan, species unknown. The matrix had some other fossils in it in another photo.
  8. The seller of this piece claims that the teeth are not composited onto the matrix, but, judging by this picture, I would say the roots aren't original. They lack texture and the one on the left in the close-up seems 'smudged' up onto the bone. I would imagine the block has original bone but most of the teeth added afterwards, but I may of course be wrong. Can someone more experienced please give their opinion? Either way, it looks like a great piece to me, if a bit out of my price range! Many thanks.