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D.N.FossilmanLithuania

Dear Guys,

 

Today I prepped out the scraps of two bones in flint and also have another completely preserved. The first bone cavity in the picture belongs to frog clavicle and coracoid block in my opinion, 

the second cavity is scapula like and the third bone is scapula like complete fossil example. The scapula like bones are very tiny- they are only 3 mm length, the coracoid/clavicle block is 4,5 mm length. The remains are found several years ago in Varena town and Barciai village (varena district), South Lithuania, the Baltic States. 

Please help to confirm or identify frog bone block and especially help with ID of scapula like remains. :)

I can tell that there are not visible joints in scapula like bones and the both specimens are from different sides.

Any ideas?

 

Best Regards

Domas 

  

frog clavicle and coracoid.jpg

unidentifed reptile bone2.jpg

unidentified reptile bone 1.jpg

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JohnBrewer

I take my hat off to you prepping something so small out of flint! :dinothumb:

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D.N.FossilmanLithuania

Dear JohnBrewer,

Thank you very much! :D

Anyone knows which tetrapod or fish these fossils belong to? :) 

 

Best Regards

Domas

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