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Found 34 results

  1. Wanted to make sure this is a Exogyra ponderosa since it is very worn. Also, how large do these get as this one is 7in x 5in and weighs 4.7.
  2. Fish or fowl?

    Found this specimen at the edge of the water while shelling this past Sunday, January 12, 2020, at Navarre Beach in Santa Rosa County, Florida. My first guess is that it is the top portion of the beak of a species of bird, but found nothing when I Goggled it. It measures 35 mm in length and 22 mm at it’s widest point. I really appreciate your help and apologize in advance for my “beginner” status and lack of knowledge in the field. Sincerely, DB
  3. NSR Fossil ID

    My sister found this time we went out. She has only sent the one pic but figured it might be able to be ID'd. Found NSR in the same area as a vert, baculite pieces and a lot of oysters. Piece is about 2 inches long. Thanks in advance for any help.
  4. Me Again - NSR Identification

    Hello again, Had a good trip last weekend. Quite a few to clean but have a few need help with. Not sure what this is but odd shape stood out to me. Any ideas? Will take better pics if needed. Thanks for your help in advance.
  5. NSR Find - Need Help Identifying

    Wondering what this might be. Thought it was geological but the pattern might suggest other wise. Hard to see as my camera is not the best. With my jewelers lenses i see small honey comb looking structures in a line. Looking as if they are built one on top of another. Thoughts?
  6. NSR Fossil Identification

    Went to the very upper par of NSR this morning. Didn't really find anything special. Cannot identify the pics. Coloration really stood out from the dark matter they were in. They were not in the creek area but closer to the middle of the high material in the bed of the river. Everything else besides a few odd rocks were dark grey or black. All were found within 20 feet of each other except a really small (.25x.5) red colored piece. Still need to clean and photo. Total of 8 around the same size. Pic 2 has flat surfaces compared to the round of the others. I am thinking Diploporita. No idea of species. Any other thoughts?
  7. Hi everyone I just read that a New pterosaur has been named it’s called Cryodrakon Boreas it’s name means cold dragon of the North wind it’s wingspan was 32.8 feet and it’s diet consisted of baby dinosaurs mammals and lizards it was found 30 years ago in the dinosaur park formation of Alberta Canada then it was thought to be a Quetzalcoatlus until 30 years later it was studied and is now its own genus here’s to learn more.
  8. North Central Texas Fossil?

    Just wondering if this is a fossil and of it is, what do you think it might be? Sorry I didn't have a ruler when taking pics. My thumb is on the pics and it's about an inch or a little less across. This was found in a limestone riverbed near Justin, Texas (North Central Texas). We have found many other smaller marine fossils (actually casts I think - I am not an expert by any means) that I am pretty sure are from the Cretaceous Period in the same area. I have more pictures that are higher resolution, but I can't upload them here due to the size restrictions. Thanks in advance for any info or ideas that you might have.
  9. My findings of another visit to Ladonia Fossil Park.
  10. North Carolina Trip

    This will be my first trip to North Carolina and am looking for suggestions and tips. I'm staying in Deep Gap (think that's the name), but totally open for driving a few hours to find some good spots. Hoping to find shark teeth and anything else i can. If anyone has any suggestions about places to go please let me know. I have a week there and want to make the most of it.
  11. Reptilian

  12. I found this odd shaped fossil in a gravel bar of the Cretaceous North Sulphur River in Ladonia, Texas. I have recently found fossil turtle, and I was wondering if it might be that. Any input would be appreciated. Thank you!!
  13. Hi all! I found this in the North Sulphur River this weekend in a large gravel bar. My first thought was that it was a Globidens Mosasaur tooth, but I’m just not sure. It’s approximately a half an inch diameter, has striations on the underside, and a hole in the center. The top side has been flattened, which if a tooth I am assuming is the chewing surface? Completely fossilized. No enamel. I would appreciate any input! Thank you so much!
  14. I found this very small mosasaur bone (part of the paddle I assume), and it has a very small hole towards the top. This was found in the Cretaceous North Sulphur River of Ladonia, Texas. There have been a few discussions on other forums whether this is a natural or man-mad occurance. Has anyone else here ever found a mosasaur vertebrae or bone that has a near perfect hole in it? I’m very interested in how this occurred. Thank you for your input!
  15. I found this tooth in the late Cretaceous North Sulphur River of Ladonia, Texas. I’ve yet to be able to identify this. Seems to be Pleistocene perhaps? Any ideas?? Thank you in advance!
  16. Hi all! I went down to the North Sulphur River (Ladonia, Texas) after a big rain and found this small black specimen that looks like a set of vertebrae maybe? Fish? Any help would be appreciated.
  17. This was found in a gravel bar on the North Sulphur River in Ladonia, Texas. (Late Cretaceous) I’m curious if it’s the paddle portion of a Plesiosaur? Very smooth bone that tapers down and becomes thicker on one side. Nearly 4 inches long. Any help is appreciated.
  18. I carefully dug this very small tooth from the wall of the North Sulphur River in Ladonia, Texas. A few people have determined that it is not a mosasaur tooth. It has a straight root and the tooth is rounded and not flattened like a typical shark tooth. Any help on this little guy would be appreciated!
  19. Before I toss this into the deep, dark box of unknown rocks...I’m wondering what kind of tooth (?) this might be? It’s from the North Sulphur River in Ladonia, Texas. Help? Thanks!!!
  20. Good time at the North Sulphur River in Ladonia, Texas this weekend. Here are some of the things we found! I’m curious about the gray ammonite (bottom right). I’ve attached a few photos at the end (first two photos) to see if any of you know what the black line is running through it at the bottom. It reminds me of the vein in a shrimp!
  21. Hello all! I'm from Maryland and after discovering a few sites in Southern Maryland earlier this year I am hooked on fossil hunting! With the summer rolling around paired with the crazy rains we've been getting I honestly am excited for winter again! I stumbled across Onslow Beach last year accidentally and also was able to pull out some teeth... but with much more experience and more beach time I'm hoping this trip will yield much more sweet finds! I was curious if anyone had any must see spots along the way or in general around Camp Lejeune? Public spots are okay, I know how guarded some of the more lesser known spots need to be! I've seen quite a bit about the Aurora Fossil Museum and a few other places as well. Unfortunately (kinda kidding but not) I'll have our puppy with us... but if anyone wants to meet up and check out Onslow or anywhere near by let me know! The beach is amazing in itself with how relatively private it is. I'll be headed out next week and staying for 4 days (I think). Thanks!
  22. Hello all! Sunday on the North Sulphur River in Ladonia, Texas was hot and dry, but still a great day!!! Friends found some beautiful arrowheads and shark teeth! Here are a few things from my trip! I believe I have here a piece of mastodon/mammoth tooth enamel, shark tooth?, bone chunks (not sure from what), a piece of flint??? Any ideas of the specifics? Thanks in advance!
  23. Hey there! We live in North FL and travel to Venice several times a year to visit family. I spend a good majority of my time in Venice hanging out at the beach with my kids, hunting for teeth and other fossils. We have such a good time and I would love to find some spots where I can take them to hunt for fossils closer to home. Anybody here have any suggestions? Preferably near the big bend area. Thanks!
  24. Some bone I hope.

    I have no clue but it's really cool....please help.
  25. Some kind of nut?

    ID please
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