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Awesome finds! The pictures are somewhat blurry but most finds are easily identifiable. #8 is really nice and is a ray tooth. #2 is a concretion #3 looks like a hunk of iron #15 is either a rock or some invertebrate material, I cannot tell given the photo

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11 minutes ago, Trevor said:

Awesome finds! The pictures are somewhat blurry but most finds are easily identifiable. #8 is really nice and is a ray tooth. #2 is a concretion #3 looks like a hunk of iron #15 is either a rock or some invertebrate material, I cannot tell given the photo

Thank you @Trevor , is that ray tooth a rare find? Also regarding #3, you don’t think it could be a vert given the strange shape? 

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The ray tooth is a somewhat less common find but I would necessarily call it rare. As for number three, I need some better pictures. From the looks of it that could also be bone. I just need to see the texture better. Maybe it is a very in matrix? I do not know. Maybe some others will be able to offer some more guidance.  

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34 minutes ago, Trevor said:

The ray tooth is a somewhat less common find but I would necessarily call it rare. As for number three, I need some better pictures. From the looks of it that could also be bone. I just need to see the texture better. Maybe it is a very in matrix? I do not know. Maybe some others will be able to offer some more guidance.  

 I’m going to try to get you some better pictures, maybe further back too. 

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59 minutes ago, Masp said:

 I’m going to try to get you some better pictures, maybe further back too. 

Not holding the object will help to get better pictures.

Place it on a solid colored surface and do not try to get to close.

Take the pictures from directly above the piece.

 

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2 minutes ago, ynot said:

Not holding the object will help to get better pictures.

Place it on a solid colored surface and do not try to get to close.

Take the pictures from directly above the piece.

 

I’ll do that from now on thank you :dinothumb:

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I agree with Trevor. 5 is definitely Archaeolamna this time, most other identifiable teeth are Scapanorhynchus.   The surface texture of 3 is a bit odd and coprolite-ish but the shape is not right for that.   Its not a vert and I'm pretty sure  its not a coprolite but better pictures will be more definitive.   

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The Jersey Devil

1- yes, a goblin; 2,3- concretions; 4- bivalve imprint; 5- A. kopingensis; 6- S. pristodontus; 7- I. mira; 8- B. wichitaensis medial tooth; 9- it is a concretion with some marks on it. It may be a trace fossil or an invert cast; 10-14, S. texanus; 15- likely a shark vert, but need more pics to be definitive.

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