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Found 463 results

  1. Both specimens are very weird. Pic one looks like a fossilzed kolache, with a rod type of thing in it. Smooth one has an of centered hole on one side with some crystals inside it. Any help would be appreciated.
  2. NSR fossil ID

    Found some fossils from North Sulphur River in Texas. They are pretty beat-up. Any idea what they are? 1-1 Mosasaurus bone? It doesn't look like vertebra to me..... 1-2 back view 1-3 top view 1-4 bottom view 2-1 some kind mammal tooth? 3-1 sawfish tooth? few other teeth, bone and vertebrates from the trip
  3. I had a fun hike at the North Sulphur River Texas yesterday. I figured it would be picked over but I found a pretty remote spot with my 4x4. The one sawfish tooth I found in a small creek a few days before. Everything else is from yesterday. It was a great day for Cretaceous coprolite (Poo). @GeschWhat The one coprolite is full of fish verts, bones and fins.
  4. Made it out to the North Sulphur River yesterday and found a couple of interesting pieces of bone. One was a small jawbone that may be mosasaur but may be small enough to be from some type of fish, not sure. The other piece was one of the largest that I have found but is an odd shape and I am not sure if it may be from a mosasaur, most of the material from this area falls into that group? Any thoughts would be appreciated.
  5. 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!!
  6. Believe it or not, it was 80 degrees for a high today in the North Texas area. This warm weather made we want to explore the NSR and a new creek that I had discovered on my last visit. There were several deep pools of water in the creek, so this warm weather would help in case I decided to take a swim (not on purpose) while hunting fossils and artifacts. I noticed on my last creek crawling adventure here, that once I hit the first deep pool, the persistent fossil hunting human tracks in front of me disappeared. I wore my waders and headed into the pool hoping for hard bottom and not mud. As I had hoped, on the other side of the pool, the only tracks I found were coyote and hogs. I begin to find small pieces of bone and a few vertebrae and artifacts that were mostly pieces and parts, but they had been worked on by someone. Several others pools of water were challenges but I only got a little water in my waders and at 80 degrees it did not feel too bad. Here are a few pics of the finds and sorry if you are still dealing with below zero weather were you are!
  7. I finally bought my dream home which has a massive room to display my fossils and artifacts. It's still a work in progress but here's a sneak peak. I really need better lighting.
  8. NSR Shark Tooth: Pseudocorax Granti

    From the album North Sulfur River

    A very small shark tooth from pseudocorax granti. This is the most complete shark tooth I've found at NSR, with only a couple of chips missing from the root.
  9. NSR Mosasaur Bone Structure 2

    From the album North Sulfur River

    This mosasaur bone mineralized in a way that more details of the finer bone structures are preserved. This sample shows osteocytes, which are rings seen around holes where blood vessels used to be.
  10. NSR Mosasaur Bone Structure 1

    From the album North Sulfur River

    Closeup of mosasaur bone. This specimen has mineralized in such a way that the crystals form in planes, so that they reflect light at a given angle creating a glassy flash. This phenomenon is not captured in the photo.
  11. NSR Mammal Enamel

    From the album North Sulfur River

    This tiny enamel's lovely red color is the only thing that allowed me to find it. I'm not sure of the species.
  12. NSR Shark Vertebra reverse

    From the album North Sulfur River

  13. T. proriger tooth texture

    From the album North Sulfur River

    This is an edited image (negative) that shows more of the texture of the tylosaurus tooth.
  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. NSR Unknowns

    Hey yall! These are a couple of items that were found in the North Sulfur River that I am uncertain about what they are. One appears to be bone, but has a rather porous and bubbly side and a flat and smooth other side. The other looks to be enamel, possibly from mastodon?? Thank you!
  16. NSR fish vertebra

    From the album North Sulfur River

    Unknown fish vertebra from the North Sulfur River in Ladonia, TX.
  17. NSR Baculite

    From the album North Sulfur River

    Phosphatized baculite collected in the North Sulfur River in Ladonia, TX. The suture patterns have a beautiful mathematical quality to them.
  18. NSR Mosasaur jawbone

    From the album North Sulfur River

    Mosasaur jawbone collected in the North Sulfur River in Ladonia, TX. Species unknown.
  19. Mosasaur jawbone

    From the album Fossil Collection

    Mosasaur jawbone collected from the North Sulfur River in Ladonia, TX. It has a root still in one of the sockets.
  20. NSR Fish jawbones

    From the album North Sulfur River

    These are fish jawbones collected from the North Sulfur River in Ladonia, TX.
  21. Tylosaurus Tooth

    From the album North Sulfur River

    Bottom view of the tooth (showing that it still could use some cleaning).
  22. Tylosaurus Tooth

    From the album North Sulfur River

    Lateral view showing enamel gloss (note finger reflection) and chipping along edge. The enamel also shows a strange orange coloration.
  23. NSR Tylosaurus tooth discovery

    From the album North Sulfur River

    T. Proriger tooth.
  24. Tylosaurus Proriger Tooth

    From the album North Sulfur River

    T. Proriger tooth. Enamel is almost entirely intact, with the exception of the tip which has been worn away by weathering, feeding, or a combination thereof.
  25. NSR Mosasaur Bones

    From the album North Sulfur River

    Unassociated mosasaur bones collected over 5-6 trips across 5 years. The two at the bottom are skull fragments, the rightmost being a small jaw section with one root. The leftmost likely is from the posterior portion of the skull.
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