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  1. lol...now this one fooled me but good

    this one fooled me good really thought I had something but then I turned it over..nature sure is sneeky
  2. another piece of weirdness

    found this in the gravel piles ... its weird for sure. Not sure its a fossil think its a not-fossil ....could be some type of agate?. location: west of Houston in Brookshire gravel load from Brazos river size 1"x1 1/2 " inch.
  3. Banded chert or shell?

    leaning toward banded chert but double checking... found a couple of these....interesting stone.
  4. sponges?

    posted this a while back and was told it may not be a sponge but an odd cert well just found another...now not so sure...I am really leaning toward some sort of sponge again as the second is a little larger but the same cup shape with an attach area.
  5. watchamacalit?

    think i had put this on here before but the pics were bad and it was with a group... took a few new pics and found a similar item posted way back in 2014 I think also in texas... could this be a similar item? but in perhaps poorer condition. this is the post:.....
  6. I took an older Facebook friend to the North Sulphur River Texas today who hasn't been in over 20 years. His goal was to find one last arrowhead in the river. We had a pretty good morning and he found a nice Gary point. The partial plesisoaur paddle was the find of the day in my opinion. We stayed within sight of the bridge and and only hunted a few hours but had some cool finds.
  7. Possible fossil?

    Hi everyone, I'm new here, so I want to apologize up front if my posts aren't as descriptive because I am very new to this. My father is currently working on a "construction" job, in north Texas that requires him to dig 9ft underground. He has found various things and he wants to know if they are fossils. Here is something he found yesterday: Thanks in advance!
  8. possible tiny fish scale?

    this is very tiny almost just a speck found it while digging out a hole in a stone and looking at what was washed out with my microscope camera
  9. Goniatite?

    This was found in central Texas near some ammonites. The appearance is very different than the others. Does anyone know what this might be?
  10. Went out last Sunday for a few hours to a site north of Lake Brownwood here in Central Texas. We have had like 14 inches of rain over the last month so I have been wanting to go but this is the first time I have had. Found a couple of broken Petalodus and some echinoid plates to add to my reconstruction. Found lots of other stuff but left it for the next hunter.
  11. Petrified Creature found in Canyon Lake

    I found this petrified Creature in Canyon Lake, Texas next to the Guadalupe River, but on private property with the property owners permission. I was wondering if anyone knew what it is?
  12. possible coprolite

    I know the odds are against me but this rock is odd so wondering if it could be a worn coprolite? I am not familiar with it so I just don't now...the weight feels off a bit and it is a bit tacky when wet but i just don't know how tacky it is supposed to be been wrong before. pics are of it dry will post pics of wet next...........
  13. Old bone

    Hey everyone! I found this bone in a north Texas creek. It’s obviosly very old and worn. I find bones all the time and I leave most of them where they are. This one looks very old to me so I brought it home. Any ideas about what it could be? Thank’s!
  14. found this today

    found this in the gravel looks like flint can flint have fossils? I know if flint is broken it has sharp edges but the impression is that of a possible shell and smooth and rounded.. I am finding others like this also.
  15. Turtle Shell?

    We found this in Post Oak Creek in Sherman, TX. Is it a turtle shell fragment possibly? Thank you.
  16. Triangle Shaped Bone?

    Does anyone know what kind of bone this is? We found it today in Post Oak Creek in Sherman, TX. Thank you in advance.
  17. not sure what I have here.....

    not exactly sure about this here are the normal pics will be posting close ups of the depressions....
  18. is this a jelly fish?

    I have seem some people referring to these as jelly fish but I don't know... how do you tell?...it looks like an impression of some sort... but a jelly fish?
  19. found these fossilized wood varieties any one know the varieties? item #1
  20. Tooth? ID for friend. North Texas

    Hi guys I wanted to post this for my friend Tim. He found this in a creek and we aren’t sure exactly what’s in the rock. Hopefully it is a tooth of some kind. Thanks for any help! North Central TX Late Cretaceous Eagle Ford/Austin Group float material 86-90 mya
  21. Small bone found in north Texas creek

    I found this bone while looking for shark teeth in north Texas. It appears to be fossilized or at least very old. Any ideas?
  22. sandstone?....w/goodies...

    I think this is sandstone but what are the little things covering it?
  23. Help ID fossils from North Sulpher River

    Hello everyone. We are new to this. We live in Wolfe City not far from Ladonia. We spent some time in the river today and found some interesting things. We found lots of Baculite and know what it looks like after talking to someone there in person. We found some other things and have no clue if they are even fossils. I know you will all be completely honest and let us know if we found junk. Lol. We are excited about trying a new hobby. First image is our first find. I know it's just a small piece of Baculite but it is our first so it is cool to us. The rest... well... no clue. I add more pics of our other finds shortly. Matt & Teri
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