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BONE FRAGMENT REVISITED


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Sinestia

I am posting new photos of the original item in question in addition to photos of some of the other finds. I sincerely appreciate everyone's comments and interest in this subject and above all I thank you for your time and patience.  I will not cover anything from the original thread simply for lack of time so I suggest you reference "bone fragment" if needed. So the following photos are of just a few of what has turned out to be something wonderful in my opinion.  The items that I and a trusted friend have uncovered are either not much at all or something very awesome. Again this is only a small fraction of things still being found on the surface to no more than 3 inches below the surface. 

 

 

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Ludwigia

I'm seeing a few corals, one gastropod, just maybe a tooth and otherwise a lot of rocks. The first one might also be something fossiliferous. Nothing very awesome IMHO. By the way, when referring to another post, please provide a link. Not everybody here knows what you're talking about.

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Fossildude19

Lots of rocks. 

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ClearLake

Two horn corals are the only certain fossils I see. Mostly rocks for the rest as others have said. 

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JohnJ
3 hours ago, Sinestia said:

I am posting new photos of the original item in question in addition to photos of some of the other finds.

 

For future reference, please post any updated images or information in the original topic.  Doing so assures context and avoids replication of comments.  Thanks. ;)

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val horn

Pictures 2,and 3 look like horn coral.  I dont know what to make of fossil 4.  The rest appear to me to be geological pieces. Horn corals lived from 488 mya to 250mya, going extinct well before the dinosaurs.   You have shown a couple of marine fossils in this post and others.  These marine fossils have been the only obvious fossils which suggests to me that the fossils on your ranch are marine.  If your "unknown bone" is an artifact--  I couldnt begin to evaluate it.  i just dont know enough.  As i stated before if your fossil came from a marine environment than I think it is a trace fossil-- a burrow.  I doubt that your fossils are of museum quality, but i would be tickled pink if i found any fossils on my own property.  

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Lone Hunter

Any chance the flat peices are pottery shards?  

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Lone Hunter

Thank you, thought everyone was ignoring me because I was seeing things!

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