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  1. Am I looking at Cow or Bison here?

    Would love to know if I've got cow or Bison artifacts here...
  2. Saw this on eBay for really cheap but not sure if it's real. Also, im looking into getting cheap spinosaurus teeth, anyone know any reputable dealers with authentic teeth? Thanks
  3. Corals?

    Not sure, but I think I have seen someone else post pictures of these on the site but cant find them. Are these horn coral ends?
  4. Summerville Pays Off Big Time!

    Hello Everyone, Yesterday was my only day off from work this week and I decided that I was overdue for a nice tooth. My usual tidal spots are covered in a fine layer of silt from our recent rainstorms, so I decided to give Summerville a try. For me, productive Summerville sites are about a 30-35 minute drive which is usually enough to keep me on the coast. I've taken a handful of trips to the area, but haven't found anything particularly noteworthy...until this trip! This was a complete 'Hail Mary" trip - I knew I wanted to start with a main canal system and work through some of the deeper feeder creeks. I usually have very little success on the scouting trips, occasionally finding some reworked stuff and interesting formation. But yesterday after over two hours of hiking, spiders, knee-deep mud, and intense heat...I finally found some absolutely beautiful Chandler Bridge Formation lining a deep ditch in the middle of nowhere. I immediately got the sensation that I'd hit a virgin creek. The finds were plentiful with many, many of the usual broken shark teeth and bone pieces and a handful of gems in the mix. Of particular note are a pair of cream-colored Hemipristis serra, a stunner of a 2.2" Carcharocles angustidens, assorted vertebrae, and some associated alligator material! All-in-all it was the best Summerville trip I've had to date, and I'm excited to try some new areas in the near future. Cheers! SOSC My camera batteries just ran out of juice, so stay tuned for forthcoming close-up shots!
  5. Shark Teeth - Purse State Park, MD

    Good afternoon, I accidentally stumbled across Purse State Park and am absolutely hooked! I didn't realize how many teeth were actually there and the different species/history of the area so I only was able to look for about an hour or so and after further inspection and research I believe I have a few different teeth (nothing special, but I would like to know) and I'm sure y'all are tired of the same ole identification questions but no matter how many pictures I look at online I can't entirely tell the differences and I start to see a cooler tooth than I may actually have. I took a few pictures below and I tried to organize similar teeth together (hope I don't embarrass myself). Thanks, I know they aren't gems but I am definitely hooked and will be going again very shortly and maybe with some help I will be able to identify and look for specific kinds when I take my next trip! Thanks so much
  6. Coxa of giant Pterygotus

    From the album Eurypterid Fossils

    5-6 cm transverse. Moistened and digital image tweaked to increase detail.
  7. Recent acquisitions

    Some recent dinosaur tooth and fossil acquisitions. Stegosaurus stenops Late Jurassic Morrison Formation Bone Cabin Quarry West Albany County, WY Allosaurus fragilis Late Jurassic Morrison Formation Bone Cabin Quarry West Albany County, WY Deinonychus antirrhopus Early Cretaceous Cloverly Formation Southern Big Horn Basin. Big Horn county Montana USA Brachiosaurus altithorax Late Jurassic Morrison Formation Como Bluff Albany County, WY Tarbosaurus bataar Late Cretaceous Nemegt Formation Mongolia Triceratops sp. Late Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation Southeast Montana
  8. What are these?

    I bought these a few years ago at a local show. They were mixed in with a bunch of small Otodus and sand tiger shark teeth. I don't remember if the vendor said where they came from and I didn't write it down, but I think Morocco is likely. I have no idea what these might be. Any possible id would be greatly appreciated.
  9. This is a challenge to all who know how to identify shark teeth! I found in my collection a ton of random shark teeth. I don't know where they are from or how I got them. I also recently got a lot that had a small unlabeled bag with shark teeth and a few fish bones. All the sharks teeth together are 40. Please take a look and try to identify some. I can provide any pictures needed. Thank you and good luck, here is the gallery of Teeth that need IDs:
  10. Found this while hiking and climbing in south west South Dakota not far from Badlands National Park. A quick google search suggested an early camel, but I'd like to know for sure if possible.
  11. Spinosaur teeth differences

    I have a tooth of a spinosaurid from North Africa. These are pretty common in the market. My question is, can species be told apart by teeth? There are only three species of spinosaur in the area I believe, Spinosaurus (morrocensis?) and sigilmassasaurus, and the baryonyxid suchomimus. Can teeth morphology be used to determine which one? Surely it must at least be able to tell suchomimus from the other two, right?
  12. I am so happy! From now on, my posts will feature the famous photo cube by @aerogrower ! Thank you Ray! (Am I using the cube correctly?) I will post three different sets of teeth, all found walking the beach near South Ponte Vedra, FL during the last 4 years.
  13. All teeth were found walking the beach near South Ponte Vedra, FL over the last 4 years. Thank you for your help!
  14. All the fossils I find are found walking the beach near South Ponte Vedra, FL, over the last 4 years. Thank you for the photo cube @aerogrower!
  15. Who's jaw is this?!

    Ok, so I found this jaw in my grandfathers attic 3 years ago and I still have no idea what it is. Please help me out!!!
  16. Shark teeth

    I have a question that I've asked before but it was never answered. Maybe it's a dumb question. Why are there no shark teeth in the Austin area? There's are soooo many marine fossils here but seemingly no shark teeth. Am I looking in the wrong places? Please, any info is much appreciated. Thank's
  17. More kem kem teeth to ID

    These teeth were all bought together, I'm guessing they are labeled more or less correctly, but I want y'all to varify. First was labeled pterosaur, so I'm guessing sirroccopteryx? The next was labeled carcharodontosaurus, which I'm guessing is correct. Lastly a tooth labeled dromeosaur, and from what I can gather, these teeth are from an indeterminate taxon? I can take more pictures, just tell me the angle.
  18. I found this awesome tooth today by accident in about 4-5 feet of water at Betterton Beach on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. It is about 2 1/8" long and very thin, like a needle tooth. On the bottom of the tooth, near its pointed end, there is some serration, and the point itself seems to have a small plate or point extending at the bottom of it. This is my first tooth I have ever found on a beach, and despite my research and fair knowledge of shark teeth, the question of whether this tooth is a fossil and what it belongs to has stumped me. Perhaps one of you could help me out? PS: This is my first post on Fossil Forum, and I'd like to say hi to you guys, and I'm hoping you have an idea on what this is! PPS: Is this tooth AWESOME, or what?
  19. Teeth?

    I found these two (i think) teeth at Warren Dunes State Park on Lake Michigan. I think they are teeth of some kind, but not having luck identifying them. Anyone have any idea what they are? Thanks! Loving this forum!
  20. I found these and Post Oak Creek in Sherman I think their teeth of some sort - or maybe pieces of teeth - there are like little nubs. Thank you.
  21. North Sulphur River finds

    I visited the North Sulphur River for the first time this past Saturday. These are some of my finds. im pretty sure that I know what some of them are but not 100% on any of them. Any thoughts are welcome. Thanks
  22. Teeth?

    Found these in north Louisiana in a creek bed where I find shark teeth stingray barbs but this trip I came across these tooth like finds. Are they teeth or something else?
  23. Teeth

    Hello everyone! I have spent hours scouring the internet to figure out what these two teeth are from. I can't seem to find anything, though. I was hoping someone here could point me in the right direction. I found them on Tuesday along the Minnesota river bank near New Ulm, MN. Thanks Picture #2