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Found 93 results

  1. I found this bone (?) fragment over the weekend in the North Sulphur River bottom. It's a little over an inch long. Any clue what it may have come from? I have another larger piece, but I don't think they are connected. I will post that as well.
  2. I was down on the NSR this weekend and found this nice little 3 inch fossil. If any of you know the scientific name, please share! I thought it was really pretty. The NSR, I have to say, seems to be fairly picked over near the giant stairway. It was ridiculously hot down there this weekend and humid, so I was hesitant to venture off too far, but I'm assuming that the finds will be more plentiful if I start hiking away from the stairs when the weather cools down.
  3. I found this 1 1/2 inch piece in the North Sulphur River bottom (Ladonia, Texas) over the weekend. It has a layer of shiny yellowish brown in the center, and a thinner layer of the same material across the top. Somewhat porous. Any ideas?
  4. I found this in the water at the North Sulphur River in Ladonia, Texas. Any ideas? Canine?
  5. so i thought i would start a new thread where i could post photos of recent finds anyone is welcome to post their photos/experiences as well so here are a couple from yesterday along the shore in pickering, ontario and another from a week or two ago:
  6. Group of this and that from the North Sulphur River! There's was an abundance of oysters yesterday after the big rain the day before. Please let me know if you can ID some of the others.
  7. While fossil hunting my son found a rock cracked it open and found these tiny little fossils, does anybody know what they are?
  8. Hey people I was wondering if you guys know what this is. I used a dime for measurement and I found it on the north Saskatchewan river while rock hounding. Thanks for any help
  9. Hi All, Another Mammal tooth found river diving in South Carolina, and I'm not sure what it is:
  10. Hi, I'm a beginner with fossils and recently purchased a Knightia fossil for 50 New Zealand dollars. When I got home I took a look and noticed it appeared painted. I've researched and apparently people often paint over to enhance it and make it look better. The question is, is it fake? I don't mind if it's painted over for looks but I will be disappointed if it's completely fake. Has to be painted, now I'm just wondering whether it's a genuine fossil or not
  11. From the album New finds Cahaba River valley

    Some rocks I found while hunting turkeys...no turkey, but plenty of cool new finds!
  12. This tooth came out of the mud shattered and I reassembled the pieces I had. It was found in Florida's Peace River in a mix of miocene and pleistocene material. It measures approx. 2.25" wide x 2.25" long x 3/8" thick.
  13. Howdy everyone. I had the good fortune to get out yesterday and stumbled across this guy. It is a 3.7 incher. I wish everyone the same good luck on this Memorial Day weekend
  14. Greetings to all. I found this little mammal jaw fragment last week and I have yet to identify it. I have done some research and haven't found anything that matches it, thus far. Small mammals are definitely not my area of experience (assuming I have any at all). So, I decided opt for the lazier option and let those with more knowledge do the work for me Any help would be greatly appreciated. Let me say that the pics might not be the greatest, so I apologize beforehand. The camera on my phone can only do so much with the little stuff. Needless to say, it was found in a local creek in Southwest Florida close to where I live and the dime was added for scale. Thanks!
  15. I'm looking for the latest info on preserving tusk material. I found some associated chunks in the Peace River in Florida yesterday and they are extremely fragile. I'm keeping them in water until I know how to proceed. I have, on hand, some Butvar B-98 crystals but I've had trouble getting them to dissolve in acetone. Is there a trick? My understanding, also, is that butvar cannot be used until the fossil is completely dry. I would appreciate any input on this subject. Thank you!
  16. Found this while rock hunting on the Rush River in Wisconsin. Brought it home thinking the cavities might be indication of an agate. After I cleaned it up all I could see was a skull. Is that possible? It was partially submerged in the river and measures about L10"xH5"xW4".
  17. From the album Naughtistic fossils and rocks

    Very metal looking rock in a unique shape
  18. From the album Naughtistic fossils and rocks

    Another picture of a chunk of jasper
  19. From the album Naughtistic fossils and rocks

    One of many pieces of jasper I collected on The North Saskatchewan River
  20. From the album Naughtistic fossils and rocks

    Just a chunk of amber pulled out of the river. It has a rock imbedded in it
  21. From the album Naughtistic fossils and rocks

    Another picture
  22. From the album Naughtistic fossils and rocks

    Not sure what this bone is from but appears to be a "gem" bone.