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  1. Found today about 5 hours ago in Peace River. I am not positive on the ID but I have a pretty good guess. This tooth in un_erupted == no roots and no use wear on the chewing surface. Does that mean this tooth came from a juvenile (baby??) before the tooth could be used?
  2. From the album @Max-fossils 's Zandmotor Finds

    Some fish verts from the Zandmotor. Most are incomplete.
  3. From the album @Max-fossils 's Zandmotor Finds

    Me holding a perfect fish vert found on the Zandmtor, still a bit covered in wet sand.
  4. I find lots of verts. Most are horse, cow, deer. Some more mineralized than others. I don't bother posting most of them. This one seems different, but I can't describe why I think it's different. Just a gut feeling. Any thoughts? Found on the Brazos River, Texas, pleistocene.
  5. 8 mile NSR hike trying to get past all the footprints. I had a great day. I found a nice variety of Pleistocene and Cretaceous fossils and all kinds of artifacts. I really like the partial Mosasaur / Pleisosaur scapula with shark feeding marks. The Mastodon tooth enamel has some great color. The Ammonite septum that size is pretty rare for NSR. 2 Mosasaur teeth in one day always makes my day.
  6. It has been a couple years since I made time to pull together some photos of personal finds to share. Inhospitable climes this past weekend afforded me the opportunity to organize a little eye candy for your viewing pleasure, arranged from geologically oldest to youngest. Provenance - for brevity, I'll just refer to the sites collectively as "Gulf of Mexico Watershed, Texas". Thanks for understanding and respecting. For more detail, go to Youtube and pull up Johnny Cash's "I've Been Everywhere". I will say that the Texas Outback comes with its perils, as shown below. Some of the pics are grainy due to fleeting photo opps, but you can see a big gator sliding into the water, a curious tarantula, a snake (water mocassin?) exercising the "stand your ground" law, and a rattler that became tablefare at the Woehrhaus. I even had a "Hugh Glass" moment with an injured hog while out solo gigging this year, and was glad to come out on top. I should be able to complete photo adds to this thread today in short bursts.
  7. I was out hunting the last 2 days with friends. I enjoy the experience. Sunday was far more productive. Here is a large bone. I found 2-3 of these with similar quality. Maybe I will find an equivalent LARGE tooth to be sure, but usually I think of these as Proboscidea.. Hosenose for short. If there is any reason to think otherwise, please enlightening me on the additional possibilities. Mostly I leave large indeterminate bones in the river. Sometimes I take them for auctions or fossil digs for kids. I have questions on this one.. Note the large amount of muscle attachment bone modification.. Can this be used to narrow the bone ID possibilities? Is this normal or pathological? I found just little teeth in the morning, along with these larger bones but in the afternoon I came on strong. A Capybara molar, the first in 4 years about 1/2 the size or less of the 2013 find. A couple of Megs and a very nice Hemi!!!
  8. A small dog whelk found on the Zandmotor.
  9. A common cockle from the Zandmotor. A very common species.
  10. From the album @Max-fossils 's Zandmotor Finds

    Two pholads from the Zandmotor, species Zirfaea pilsbryi.
  11. From the album @Max-fossils 's Zandmotor Finds

    A piece of metacarpal of a deer (maybe Cervus elaphus), found on the Zandmotor.
  12. From the album @Max-fossils 's Zandmotor Finds

    A big piece of a limb bone of a large mammal (mammoth, woolly rhino, bison), found on the Zandmotor. Probably not more identifiable than this.
  13. From the album @Max-fossils 's Zandmotor Finds

    A partial fish jaw found on the Zandmotor, with one tooth (shiny black thing). Probably from a bream (Sparidae).
  14. From the album @Max-fossils 's Zandmotor Finds

    A crab pincer found on the Zandmotor (Cancer pagurus).
  15. From the album @Max-fossils 's Zandmotor Finds

    A thick-ribbed dog whelk: Nassarius nitidus. Found on the Zandmotor.
  16. From the album @Max-fossils 's Zandmotor Finds

    All the finds made in just one day of hunting on the Zandmotor! Finds include: seashells, fish verts, a crab pincer and a lot of mammal material. All come from the Pleistocene period.
  17. From the album @Max-fossils 's Zandmotor Finds

    A clam found on the Zandmotor. Species: Mactra plistoneerlandica (but it could be Spisula solida, I'm not sure). The whole beach is filled with those, and even complete ones are extremely common.
  18. From the album @Max-fossils 's Zandmotor Finds

    A few oysters found on the Zandmotor, the species could be Ostrea edulis.
  19. From the album @Max-fossils 's Zandmotor Finds

    A nice cockle found on the Zandmotor. Species: Cerastoderma edule. A very common species, not really worth picking up if you already have some.
  20. From the album @Max-fossils 's Zandmotor Finds

    A piece of mammal rib found on the Zandmotor. Unidentified, and probably unidentifiable, but it's from a medium-sized mammal (hyena, wild boar, small deer???).
  21. From the album @Max-fossils 's Zandmotor Finds

    A small piece of mammoth ivory found on the Zandmotor.
  22. From the album @Max-fossils 's Zandmotor Finds

    A view of the Zandmotor, with many gulls in the background.
  24. Hello, I found this in the Brazos river. I have been unable to identify using my usual resources "google images". At first i thought it might be a metacarpal or some kind of foot bone but the end appears too flat, more like a vertebra. I am looking to see if any of y'all have any ideas. Thanks!!
  25. Hi all, I found this a while ago on the Zandmotor (NL) --> Pleistocene. It's a fossil fish vert (Teleostei). Usually individual verts as those found on the Zandmotor are not identifiable by genus or species, but I thought I might give it a try. Best regards, Max