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A few things I’m not sure on


jamhill

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All found on the beach in Jacksonville Beach FL like twenty years ago. Area known to produce Pleistocene mammals.
 

1. Thinking sloth phalanx. Note proximal epiphysis is missing/unfused. If it is sloth, does anyone known what kind? Is it medial?

 

2. Guess is bison first lower premolar 

 

3. Equus sesamoids? 
 

Any help is appreciated. 

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these are very nice fossils,  they should be identifiable but out of my range.  If no one can help on the forum I would contact University of Florida paleontology for their help.

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