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Found 21 results

  1. Jaw piece with broken tooth?

    Hey everyone. Found this today while near Ladonia State Park. I originally thought it might be the piece of a jawbone with a broken tooth. Clean up and not so sure now. Any help would be appreciated. Any chance on a species if it is a piece of jawbone?
  2. South Texas hunting id welcome

    Rock, fossil hunting let me know if anything like bone is present.
  3. Maybe Mosasaur

    North Sulfur River by Ladonia Fossil ParK. Thinking it is from a Mosasaur but I am not sure. Any help is appreciated.
  4. NSR Unknown 3-6-2020

    Out for my normal weekend hunt. A lot of baculite and ammonite pieces around. Have two that I need help with. Both were found in the river just north of Ladonia Fossil Park. First one was found in 6 inches of water on a material pile. I found three of the following. All three different colors. This is the darkest of them. Others were beige-grey and lighter grey. All had pieces of baculite and other material mixed in. All were around the same size.
  5. Unknown Bac and ?

    Ok, first I believe is a baculite piece but it was found in a different matrix. Much larger than what I normally find there and haven't found a grey one before. Just black and red. . No clue on the next pics. I found a few but only kept one as I think it is geological. Figure if there are something I will head back to grab them.
  6. Me Again...NSR Fossil Hot Dog?...

    Ok, probably not a hot dog. Plus it is too small. This was found at NSR. Measures 3in x .75in x 1.25in. Probably geological but cannot help but think there is more. Correct all wise people.
  7. Here I am again. I found some really cool stuff yesterday and today but need some help. All found NSR. Most red matrix which I am not use to. I normally stick away from there as that is where everyone goes but couldn't resist. Any help is appreciated. This is two of four....well maybe five if I decide to get up and take some more pics.... Red matrix....unusual design.
  8. Here I am again. I found some really cool stuff yesterday and today but need some help. All found NSR. Most red matrix which I am not use to. I normally stick away from there as that is where everyone goes but couldn't resist. Any help is appreciated. First grouping is what i believe is a part or fragment. Not sure of what though?
  9. Wanted to make sure this is a Exogyra ponderosa since it is very worn. Also, how large do these get as this one is 7in x 5in and weighs 4.7.
  10. Me Again..NSR Finds 1-26-2020 2

    Me again. This is a grouping of bones that I need help with the identity. Matrix is really hard. Found NSR right below Idonia. It is at least two verts (one broken) and another bone or two. I can take other pics if it helps.
  11. Me Again..NSR Finds 1-26-2020 1

    Hello all. Had a really good day at NSR. Started slow but found quite a few items. Found about 100+ baculite pieces up to a couple inches long. Couple small verts, clams and gastropods. I do have some that I need assistance with. First I believe is a red baculite piece? Next I have no idea about....maybe a coral? Next two i believe are verts but any idea from what?
  12. Have not clean this yet. Too excited. North Sulfur River. Actually is more orange when wet. It is 2.5" long and 2" tall. What is it?
  13. NSR Gastropod ID

    Thinking Gyrode Gentii but wanted to be sure before labeling. Found NSR in some grey matrix. I know picture is not great. Just got in and a lot to do. I do have a question. What are people looking for when the smash open the, what I call, thunder rocks? There were a lot smashed and did not see that they took anything. Some where quite large. As always, thank you for any help.
  14. NSR Fossil ID

    My sister found this time we went out. She has only sent the one pic but figured it might be able to be ID'd. Found NSR in the same area as a vert, baculite pieces and a lot of oysters. Piece is about 2 inches long. Thanks in advance for any help.
  15. Me Again - NSR Identification

    Hello again, Had a good trip last weekend. Quite a few to clean but have a few need help with. Not sure what this is but odd shape stood out to me. Any ideas? Will take better pics if needed. Thanks for your help in advance.
  16. NSR Find - Need Help Identifying

    Wondering what this might be. Thought it was geological but the pattern might suggest other wise. Hard to see as my camera is not the best. With my jewelers lenses i see small honey comb looking structures in a line. Looking as if they are built one on top of another. Thoughts?
  17. NSR Fossil Identification

    Went to the very upper par of NSR this morning. Didn't really find anything special. Cannot identify the pics. Coloration really stood out from the dark matter they were in. They were not in the creek area but closer to the middle of the high material in the bed of the river. Everything else besides a few odd rocks were dark grey or black. All were found within 20 feet of each other except a really small (.25x.5) red colored piece. Still need to clean and photo. Total of 8 around the same size. Pic 2 has flat surfaces compared to the round of the others. I am thinking Diploporita. No idea of species. Any other thoughts?
  18. Went for a trip to the North Sulfur River Wednesday and had a great time. Found some cool fossils and some great points. The Mosasaur jaw section was a nice find but i was even more excited when i flipped it over. I found a couple of emerging replacement teeth pushing into their spot!
  19. The pyritization of burrows

    Pyritic_and_baritic_burrows_and_microbia.pdf Pictorially well endowed article, but that's just my opinion, mind. Lowemark is, of course, Mr Zoophycos himself.
  20. Biochemical 'fossil' shows how life may have emerged without phosphate, Cell Press, March 2, 2017 https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/03/170302133445.htm https://phys.org/news/2017-03-biochemical-fossil-life-emerged-phosphate.html the paper is: Goldford, J. E., H. Hartman, T. F. Smith, and D. Segrè, 2017, Remnants of an Ancient Metabolism without Phosphate Cell, Published Online: March 02, 2017, Open Access DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cell.2017.02.001 http://www.cell.com/cell/abstract/S0092-8674(17)30133-2 Yours, Paul H.
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