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Found 529 results

  1. What is this?

    I have not cleaned this yet. It is not wet. That is the gloss as it was found. Out side I would guess Side view Ideas?
  2. I was thinking maybe coral but maybe nothing. Found NSR in the darker matrix. Broken on one end. That's the first pic. Pictures are not great. Camera on the list to get. I can try to get better pics if needed. As always, thanks in advance for any help.
  3. NSR Gastropod ID

    Thinking Gyrode Gentii but wanted to be sure before labeling. Found NSR in some grey matrix. I know picture is not great. Just got in and a lot to do. I do have a question. What are people looking for when the smash open the, what I call, thunder rocks? There were a lot smashed and did not see that they took anything. Some where quite large. As always, thank you for any help.
  4. I spent a few hours each at the North Sulphur River Texas and Post Oak Creek Texas. I had a nice variety of cretaceous finds.
  5. NSR Jackpot(ish)

    I finally convinced myself to head out to the North Sulphur River again. After 2 attempts of coming up empty handed I was having trouble convincing myself that it was worth the 4 hour round trip excursion. Knowing the date for damming up the river looms nearer and nearer I decided to brave the cold water. I'm glad I did. This time with some help and guidance from a friend my trip was much more eventful. Having NEVER found a Mosasaur vertebrae my trip was made just 10 minutes in when a beautiful Mosasaur vertebrae was just sitting right there on the surface. Already a massive success in my book. A little ways down the creek my friend begins to tell me how he has found 2 Mosasaur premaxes in this spot throughout the year. I replied, "Dude, I would lose my mind if I found a piece of Mosasaur jaw!" No joke, less than 1 minute later we turn a corner and I notice something barely sticking out of the shale and mud at the bottom of the creek. I pick it up, turn it over and staring back at me is a tooth socket! Needless to say, true to my word, I did indeed lose my mind! Apparently my excitement and loud noises I made scared off all the other fossils as I didn't find much else for the next several hours. Still this was by far my best and most exciting fossil hunt. Totally worth getting stuck and sucked up into knee deep mud for.
  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. My daughter and I took our very first fossil hunting trip to the NSR near Lavonia, Texas last weekend (10/27/2019). We dug a little, sifted (just with our hands) a little, and just walked around, but we still had great success finding treasures! The steps down to the river bank are impressive. Some of the steps are about 3 x 3 feet square, and the length of the stairway is about 70-80 feet. The bottom of the steps have a large, nearly vertical slab of concrete that is easier to slide down than it is to climb back up. especially with about 5 pounds of very sticky mud stuck to our boots. There is also a mud pit at the bottom of the slab to navigate that makes coming back up a bit of a challenge and a workout. Of course, afterwards, we found that there are two much easier to navigate entry/exit points, one to the left and one to the right of the steps. And we found out later that on the previous weekend, this site had hosted a group meeting for fossil hunters. So were feel particularly fortunate to found the things we did.
  8. Cretaceous ID

    North Sulphur River Texas Cretaceous find. Is this coral or a worn Globidens tooth? I'm leaning towards coral. Both are pretty rare finds at NSR so I'm not sure.
  9. I managed to get in a few hours before the rain hit at the North Sulphur River Texas. My buddy found a rare Globidens tooth. I found a high quality shark tooth and some coprolite.
  10. North Sulphur River

    I had a few finds at the North Sulphur River Texas yesterday. All the bars were covered in mud so it made for hard hunting. The tiny mosasaur tooth was my favorite find of the day.
  11. Cretaceous fish coprolite?

    Found this at Ladonia Fossil Park. Thought it was just a phosphate nodule but I've recently seen similar fossils labeled as fish coprolite. ID assistance would be appreciated, thank you for your time.
  12. Xiphactinus

    Here's a few Xiphactinus fossils in my collection that I collected at the North Sulphur River Texas. My arm for scale lol.
  13. Protostega Fossils

    Here's a few of my favorite Northeast Texas Protostega finds. My arm for scale lol.
  14. Fish Vert

  15. Protostega Costal

  16. Coprolite

  17. Everyone said NSR was dry and picked over but I hiked 9 hrs and found some cool stuff. My favorites are the Protostega costal bone with partial rib head preserved, the mosasaur bone with bite mark and the artifacts. I walked in tracks all day but the river is too large for someone to get everything and people miss quite a bit.
  18. Here are some gifts from the NSR last Saturday. Please help me identify these specimens; I encourage all observations and speculation here, everything helps me (even look-alike suggestions). Thank y'all!
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