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  1. so I found a lot of cool things I just want to know what you guys think? Can you confirm what this stuff is? And maybe how old it is? You guys inspire me to keep looking!
  2. Hi there, My eyes really aren't trained yet to spot shark coprolites but I know they are here. This popped up in my sifter on Friday and was curious if this is the real deal. It sorta looks right and has a spiral .. but then again the phosphate nodules can take on all kinds of shapes and I've been fooled before. @GeschWhat ... I know you are the queen of poo. I mean with the utmost of respect of course. Cheers, Brett
  3. Hello, Does somebody here knows where I can obtain permian or triassic vertebra fossils (no fish, exept shark) and reptiles, amphibians.... I prefer good quality. Thanks Thijs
  4. Hot North Sulphur River hunt. I followed some footprints but still managed a nice variety.
  5. Hello! I've been lurking these forums for ages and made this account just to see if you all can figure this one out. I've found this tooth many years ago when I was a kid off of Apollo Beach, Florida. I think the beach is actually closed now, but of the few teeth I have from there this one always stood out. I've only got this one picture, as I've recently moved and the little bugger has been packed away in storage. I found this pic again on my laptop and my curiosity about it was peaked once more. I'm only a novice collector but I'm thinking it's a disfigured bull shark tooth? It's about the size of a quarter and very bent in places, and the blade is very flat as if it's been compressed. Any ideas on it would be helpful!
  6. My daughter and I were fossil hunting near our farm last night and she found this. It looks like a vertebrae to me. Is it a vertebrae? If so, what might it be from?
  7. Hi all, I recently bought a small lot of shark teeth, all said to be found in Florida and have been trying to identify them. These are some of them, am I doing alright? The ones labeled "Lemon?" have all a small notch on the middle of the root, is this a good way to identify them? Ruler is in mm Thank you!
  8. Can you please help me identify these two shark teeth. They were found in a Miocene area; Calvert Cliffs. The larger of the two (at the top) is 1 1/16" across the root, and the smaller one (on the bottom) is 10/16" across the root. Thanks for your help.
  9. Hello Everyone, I've been working to fill this antique machinist's tool box with my shark tooth collection for a little over a year, and it's finally shaping up nicely. Most of the teeth and fossils are self-collected and most of them are from the area around Charleston, SC. Hopefully I'll need a larger cabinet a year from now. Thanks for having a look! The case itself - The broken/B-grade teeth- Misc. fossils (non-shark) - Carcharocles angustidens, Isurus hastalis, Isurus desori, Isurus retroflexus - Alopias and Parotodus - Hemipristis and Carcharodon carcharias - Larger angustidens & Carcharocles megalodon / Teeth from other locations- Pathologies, oddities, juvenile/posterior angustidens & megalodon - Large angustidens & megalodon -
  10. Hello all, I was wondering on how to proper measure a fossil sharks tooth. Is it with or length, and is it from the longest points? Thanks for any reply.
  11. I was given this tooth as a gift. I'm guessing it's a shark tooth. I'm from the Uk but im guessing it is from another country. What type of shark tooth is it? Thank you.