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  1. A new fossil odontocete-related paper is available online: Mariana Viglino; C. Maximiliano Gaetán; José I. Cuitiño; Mónica R. Buono (2020). First Toothless Platanistoid from the Early Miocene of Patagonia: the Golden Age of Diversification of the Odontoceti. Journal of Mammalian Evolution, in press. doi:10.1007/s10914-020-09505-w. Dolgopolis is the first fossil platanistoid known to have relied on suction-feeding rather than raptorial behavior, considering that the xenorophid Inermorostrum and the delphinid Australodelphis are the only extinct odontocetes besides those
  2. Daleksec

    East Coast Fossils Prep

    Turtle humerus found in a fallen block. From the Pope's Creek Sands of Virginia.
  3. I finally made it out in July to a location near Charleston I am always mentioning, but had never personally visited. After 3 dry years of no ear bone periotics they started showing up in triplicate this summer. Probably was able to discern their shape better after seeing so many examples. Not much else showed up for me that day save a few tiny teeth. But it led to my first, albeit small donation. Common or Scientific Name: Odontoceti indet. (delphinid periotic ear bone) Geologic Formation: Undetermined - ( Fossil dredge from this site typically contains Oligocene Ashley Forma
  4. DD1991

    Prosqualodon redescription

    I forgot, does anyone have a copy of the following paper I keep forgetting: Carlos M. Gaetán (2019). Prosqualodon australis (Cetacea: Odontoceti) from the early Miocene of Patagonia, Argentina: redescription and phylogenetic analysis. Ameghiniana. in press. doi:10.5710/AMGH.21.11.2018.3208. Cheers, Vahe
  5. DD1991

    Document Requests : Ediscetus

    Hi, I forgot to mention anyone has a copy of the following paper: Albright, L. B., III, A. E. Sanders, and J. H. Geisler. 2018. An unexpectedly derived odontocete from the Ashley Formation (upper Rupelian) of South Carolina, U.S.A. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. DOI: 10.1080/02724634.2018.1482555. Also, I wanted to see if anyone has scanned a copy of " Neogene Cetacea of the Lee Creek Phosphate Mine, North Carolina", because the publication in which this section is included carries a hefty price tag.
  6. When I started going through the package of donated STH fossils we got this week, this little fossil jumped out at me. It is a cetacean ear bone and it looks similar to a photo I saw of an ear bone identified as Liolithax kernensis, a primitive long-snouted delphinoid. I believe it is a fairly common find in STH. I can not be sure with the limited knowledge I have but it did look very similar. The more information I can get, the more information I can pass on to the kids so any opinions are welcome.
  7. fossilsonwheels

    Cetacean Bulla ID

    I have a whale bulla and I am hoping to get some ID help with this. It was labeled as a Sperm Whale ear bone but after searching pretty extensively, it looks more like a Mysticeti whale to me. I am far from an expert though so I thought I would post it here and see if anybody has any thoughts on it. It was a dive find in South Carolina. It is a pretty good sized ear bone I think, about 4.8 inches long. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  8. fossilsonwheels

    Sharktooth Hill Marine Mammal Fossils

    I recently found a small lot of mammal teeth from Sharktooth Hill. I am doing an education program about marine mammal evolution and they looked like cetacean teeth so I bought them. I am new to fossil forum but not new to collecting marine mammal fossils. I know that you can not get a species ID from cetacean teeth but I am hoping I can get a little additional information or perhaps a suspect so to speak. I believe that the first 3 pictures are of an unidentifed Odontoceti, maybe a Kentriodon of some sort. The first two teeth were both right around 1.5 cm. The third tooth was a li
  9. These are a few of the pdf files (and a few Microsoft Word documents) that I've accumulated in my web browsing. MOST of these are hyperlinked to their source. If you want one that is not hyperlinked or if the link isn't working, e-mail me at joegallo1954@gmail.com and I'll be happy to send it to you. Please note that this list will be updated continuously as I find more available resources. All of these files are freely available on the Internet so there should be no copyright issues. Articles with author names in RED are new additions since July 18, 2018.
  10. digit

    Peace River Whale Tooth

    Last Saturday I was lucky enough to pull a nice odontoceti (whale) tooth from a favorite little (literally) spot on the Peace River. This location has very chunky gravel and often reveals nice prizes to repay the effort of digging through golf ball to bowling ball size gravel (if gravel is even an appropriate term for pieces that large). I've found the occasional piece of Long-beaked Dolphin (Kentrodontidae) jaw bone with its distinctive long groove punctuated with dental alveoli (tooth sockets) or the rare small tooth from this species.The item I found on Saturday is significantly larger than
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