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Vertebrae Found at North Sulphur River, Ladonia, Texas

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steffi233

I went fossil hunting at the North Sulphur River in Ladonia, Texas, today and found two relatively small vertebrae and an interesting bone shard that I would love to have identified. As far as I know, the fossils from around this area are typically from the Upper Cretaceous period, though fossils from different time periods have been found here. If you would please help me identify these fossils, that would be great!

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PaleoNoel

The two vertebrae appear to be the standard NSR mosasaur verts. The piece on the right I'm not as sure about, if you could get a clear picture of it up close that would be helpful to the other forum members. 

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JarrodB

Both are mosasaur verts. 

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steffi233

Here is a close-up picture of the other bone shard. Thank you all for your help on the mosasaur verts!

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