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Found 47 results

  1. Fossil ID Requested

    Good Afternoon! Came across this rock yesterday, looks like a tooth to me, but I'm no expert. Went out during the storm yesterday and got some great points, tools and some coral as well. In the same area I come across mostly those bottle cap shells, coral and oyster fossils. Found in Austin, TX down near the pleasant valley bridge on the east side. Thanks for the help!
  2. Bone or Tooth?

    Hey this little thing is driving me bonkers, most times I’m close to ball parking what some thing is but this I have no idea. Is it just sediment ? It’s ivory white on the outside with a chocolate brown inner layer and a light brown swirl at the center.
  3. Need help

    Found this What looks to be a tooth but I’m not positive and can’t find anything on it any ideas? Very thin but can’t break it.
  4. is this a tooth of some kind?

    It seems that the "tooth" is made of some kind of agate or quartz in a matrix of limestone. Can anyone identify? Found in Columbia Missouri near the Hinkson Creek south of town.
  5. Seeking ID for South Florida find

    Hi everyone, I’m looking for some help identifying this find from the Peace River in Florida. It’s about 3 cm, and relatively conical in shape, with a slight curve to it. I’m curious if this is some sort of tooth, possibly crocodilian? I’m pretty new to the hobby, so any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance!
  6. Tooth?

  7. Help

    Cannot remember how long ago I found this but it has been in my shark tooth collection for years assuming it was a shark molar of some sort but now that I am a little knowledgeable I know sharks do not have molars. Have not been able to find anything that looks similar online. Any suggestions would be great. thanks!
  8. Help ID 2 Peace River Finds

    Visited the Peace River Wednesday and found the water depth and flow down enough to allow for an easy upriver paddle and good digging. If it wasn't for my new wetsuit I wouldn't have lasted long with the air temps in the upper 50's to low 60's! Found a nice 1.25" Meg and same size Hemi, several Mammoth teeth frags, couple of horse teeth and misc shark. The two specimens pictured here are ones I need help with on an ID. The first is what I think is a partial Peccary canine from several pictures observed on this site and others. The second appears to me to be a claw or claw core. I wasn't able to find a good comparison photo for that one. Any help with an ID is appreciated.
  9. ID Help Please 2 items

    Two additional finds from the Peace River this week. The first I believe to be a Tilly Bone/Fish Ballast. But looking closer once I got it home, I thought it had the look of enamel. I also noticed striations that appeared to circle the specimen. That said I hope someone here can give me an ID. The second item is what I believe to be a small vertebrate. Any input on this would also be appreciated.
  10. Any chance of an ID?

    I recently bought a mixed lot of fossils and this was included and was wondering if anyone could help with identifying it possibly. If it’s even a fossil, maybe some kind of tooth or? just not sure at all about it, I sadly have no idea of origin either and was unable to get any more info. Just hoping it’s not anything too strange . Thanks in advance!
  11. Identify this?

    I inherited this tooth, or claw from my grandfather. I have no idea what it is. I'm just looking for help identifying it. Thoughts?
  12. Need help to identify

    I found this will looking for shark teeth near Wilmington NC. I have no clue what it is? Thanks in advance.
  13. Possible mammoth fossil?

    Hi All- I found these along a beach in California...any ideas what they might be? They look different than the whalebone fossils that I've found. The larger one weighs about 7 pounds and I'm wondering if the thin lines might be Schreger lines? (I'd rather not cut the specimen to see if a chevron pattern shows inside) Thanks! Cena
  14. Any guesses as to what this is?

    Hi, I don’t know anything about fossils, but I recently found this while digging at the farm where I work. It was 6 inches or so below the soil surface. It is very hard and light, but the upper edge chipped/crumbled a bit when I washed it off. I assume it’s a tooth, but can’t find any matching photos on the internet. Does anyone know what it might be? Thanks!
  15. Tooth? Claw? Vertebra? Need help with ID

    This is another backyard find that I am having trouble identifying and any help would be much appreciated. It resembles a claw or tooth but I am probably wrong. I live in north Texas and my property is located along the Cretaceous Duck Creek Formation: Mortoniceras and Eopachydiscus (thanks to DPS ammonite for helping me identify the formation). Would love to hear from anyone who may know what it is. Thanks in advance.
  16. Large ordovician tooth?

    First off, I don't know anything about paleontology. I found this fossil in Nicholas county Kentucky. It was about at the C in NiCholas county on the map. Sorry it's upside down, but Nicholas is 2 above bracken, assuming picture orientation. The fossil was 6-10 feet down. The first layer of fossils went down about 5 feet, maybe more, and we're tan and sandy. Below this layer was a gray layer, and this was several feet into that. Also, don't have enough file space to do enough pictures for inches, but it is about 11.5 centimeters long, or 4.53 inches.
  17. Tooth? Found in ohio

    I believe these are two teeth i found, located in eastern ohio, sorry the pictures arent the best quality (ill try to get better ones) but it was a bit difficult to get the right focus, any assistance in identifying it would be much appreciated
  18. Tooth?

    Is this a tooth I found? Found on beach at north topsail in North carolina
  19. Hi guys, sorry for posting an ID question here but I don't post very often so not sure where the best place to use on the forum is. I am in the process of buying what I 'think' is a tyrannosaurus rex tooth although the seller has told me it might be either a young t-rex or a large nanotyrannus (I know that there is a lot of division in the scientific community as to whether nanotyrannus is even a real species and not just a juvenile t-rex). Please could you take a look at some of the photos and let me know your thoughts? The tooth was found in Hell Creek and measures 5.2cm (2 1/16 inches). I have heard T-rex teeth typically have no more than 2 serrations per mm also so there is a photo next to a ruler if this will help. Thank you guys so much for your help and apologies if this is posted in totally the wrong place.
  20. Devonian Tooth??

    Our fossil club gained access to a quarry in Central Iowa. The quarry exposes most of the Cedar Valley Formation, so I can not break it down any farther than this, as the fossil was found in a pile of rubble. When I found this specimen, I showed it to 4 different individuals, all of whom called it placoderm "tooth". My research upon arriving home could not find placoderm examples resembling this find. So I am leaning towards a shark tooth??????? Your assistance is appreciated to helping me ID this:
  21. Novice seeking ID help

    Photos of two more Peace River, FL finds. Smaller one a tooth, claw, antler tip? Larger piece Dugong, tooth, other? any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  22. Hybodontid shark tooth?

    I don't know what this is found it in cotswald rock with belemnites. It is coated in a shiny covering.
  23. Flags Pond - What Did I Come From?

    Hello all, Went to Flags Pond yesterday and found a piece of vertebra and possibly a tooth(?) I am having a difficult time identifying. For the vertebra, what species did it come from? For the second item, is it a tooth? If so, what species did it come from? Thanks, Shauna
  24. Found this today and can’t identify can anyone help? Tooth or toe?
  25. Petrified wood?,tooth?,stem?

    found this while searching for petrified wood ... is it petrified wood?..or could it be horn or tooth or stem?
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