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Hi There, Picked up this tooth fragment while sifting on the Savannah river. The sifter always seems to pull up cool stuff. First time in a long time that I brought out the heavier gear and my arms were dying by the end of the day. It looks too robust for a tapir tooth (?) and the chewing surfaces (what is left of them) feels off. I know the fauna is similar in the Florida Peace river. This would be Pliocene-Pleistocene @digit @Shellseeker does this strike your fancy right off as something recognizable. It may be too much of a fragment. Thanks, Brett
Brett Breakin' Rocks posted a topic in Member Fossil Trades Bulletin BoardHi There, I have a few collecting vices (?) but bottles and bivalves are sadly not on that list. Up for grabs is a GPR bottle, which has lost some of its purple color and was made in a mold. Soon after the turn of the century 1920's - ish ? No breaks. Someone correct me if I'm wrong. I didn't say that I haven't owned several bottles in the past har har ... The bivalve is something I'm assuming is fairly common and possibly still an extant species but it is both halves. I see these occasionally so if you want more just give me a PM and I'll keep an eye out. Both of these were found either in the Savannah river mud or washing out from dredged material. Pliocene - Pleistocene Nothing in return just a wave and a smile. Cheers, Brett