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defectiveninja

All of these were found on gravel bars on Elm Creek in north-eastern Kansas, as we kayak on it a lot. 

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Thomas.Dodson

Most of these look like oyster fragments. The last picture is a brachiopod (Derbyia crassa maybe?) and more pictures of the ones on the paddle will help for those. It's hard to tell but the right two look like bone (not sure if fossilized) and the one on the left might just be weathered limestone.

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defectiveninja

The one towards the lesser end of the ruler used to have a tip that some jerk broke off

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defectiveninja

I am pretty sure these are claws, but I am not at all sure. The first one had a tip ,like the drawn lines indicate, but some jerk broke it off. Doesn’t down the shaft on the last one look like Fluking?

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You already posted these in a previous topic. Please do not duplicate identification requests. Thank you. :dinothumb:

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Just a guess here. This one looks like the process on a mammal lower jaw.

 

 

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Topics merged.

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Sorry for the double post, just wanted to make sure to get those ones resembling claws out there.

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