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  1. Shellseeker

    Mailbox Whale Jaw

    Last couple of days, I have been searching the internet, for Hipparion horse teeth, Beaver Molars, and small whale teeth driven by TFF threads to answer questions in my mind or help to identify a fossil. I was doing a google search for "Whale tooth Florida jaw" and triggered this fossil, supposedly found in the Miocene of South Carolina !!!! That is close to Florida so we might have the same fossil whales here !!! and @Boesse might help me to identify it. The final aspect is that it was not all that pricey, and since I only have 2 pieces of toothed whale jaw in my collection,
  2. tobi1

    What is this?

    Interesting rock I have cut in half. Any idea what it is?
  3. Hey y'all - we finally re-named "Squalodon" tiedemani, now known as Ankylorhiza tiedemani - a large macropredatory killer whale like dolphin with some implications for the early feeding ecology of odontocetes (toothed/echolocating whales) and convergent evolution of swimming in baleen whales (mysticetes) and odontocetes after their split some ~35-36 million years ago. I've copied our FB post text below so I don't need to re-type it all. Introducing the species formerly known as Genus Y: Ankylorhiza tiedemani! This large dolphin was originally named from a partial but uninformative
  4. I'm posting this for a friend who found this little oddity mixed in with broken shells on North Myrtle Beach. My first thought was vertebrae but it seems to lack an obvious center hole, although the white spot in the first picture looks like it could be a filled-in hole. I haven't seen it in person so I can't describe it any better than that, and sorry for the photo quality...not my pics. I know that's not much to go on, but any thoughts on what it could be would be much appreciated.
  5. JoanaT

    Is this a fish skull?

    Found this on the beach in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
  6. mjo_sharks_teeth

    Nice Mako and lower Hemi.

    Today I found the first complete Mako in a few months and I found my biggest lower Hemipristis. I also found a lot of bone today and 2 fish vertebrae. All of these where found near Beaufort SC.
  7. Dwinge28

    Whale vertebrae?

    I’m pretty sure this is a whale vertebrae but would love if someone with more experience could give a positive I’d on what it is I would truly appreciate it !! The fossils dimensions are 5’height 4’wide and 3.5 thick found in Summerville South Carolina sawmill creek
  8. Caroline

    Harleyville Quary

    Hi I'm a new member here! I hunted at Harleyville Quarry before they closed, and have been to Belgrade Quarry and found some nice fossils and shark teeth at both. I was wondering if there are any Quarries in South Carolina that still allow collecting? I would love to find another Quarry in South Carolina to collect from. Thanks so much!
  9. Zinx

    Summerville find

    Found in a creek bed in Summerville, South Carolina while hunting for shark teeth. It was on its own. Could not find the chipped piece.
  10. Jazfossilator

    Osteoderm?ID help

    Found Myrtle Beach, South Carolina where Cretaceous, Pliocene, and Pleistocene material can be found. I posted about one of these on a previous thread a while back but since I found what I believe to be another in my unsorted boxes, and the previous thread was inconclusive I decided to post again and get some more thoughts, hope that’s okay. It was thought to be an osteoderm of some kind but any Ideas welcome and appreciated!
  11. SCfossiler

    Unknown tooth/claw?

    Found this in Summerville, South Carolina in a stream bed alongside a variation of sharks teeth, shark vertebrate, and other assorted bone fragments. found in sandy/rocky soil right below surface of water. Two similar fossils were found close by as well. First thought was crocodile but it doesn't seem to match, any ideas of what this might be?
  12. Jazfossilator

    ID?

    Every time I fossil hunt at Myrtle Beach I find a ton of these, so many that I stop picking them up after a while, but I have no idea what they are. Any ideas would be great!
  13. Jazfossilator

    Unknown

    Found Myrtle beach South Carolina, thought it was a weird bit of shell, but it’s not. I have little clue about this piece except it looks vaguely reminiscent of inner ear bone examples I’ve seen. Any help appreciated
  14. Jazfossilator

    Coral?

    Found Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Cretaceous, Pliocene, and Pleistocene aged material can be found there. Is this some sort of soft coral or some other aquatic plant? Not sure if a species can be narrowed down from such a small chunk but I’m open to suggestions. Help appreciated some of these pictures are taken under my cheap microscope hopefully they show enough details.
  15. Jazfossilator

    Pattern on tooth fragment?

    I don’t expect this tooth fragment can be identified but I’m curious if any one has ever seen enamel like this? It seems to have a thin clear outer layer and the layer below has the dots. Found Myrtle beach where Cretaceous, Pliocene, and Pleistocene fossils can be found.
  16. Jazfossilator

    Small teeth id

    Found these worn little teeth in one of my boxes from a past trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Cretaceous, Pliocene and Pleistocene aged material can be found here. I doubt a species can be pinned down, but are they fish teeth? Tooth 3 looks maybe croc to me but I’m not sure. Any ideas welcome! Tooth 1 is 7mm long Tooth 2 is 10mm long Tooth 3 is 12mm long
  17. Jazfossilator

    Nodules on steinkern

    I’m curious about these nodules along the side of the steinkern, found Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Cretaceous, Pliocene, and Pleistocene age strata in the area. Largely Cretaceous from the Pee dee formation. Any ideas welcome! The nodules are 1-2 mm. Are they pebbles that settled in during fossilization?
  18. Jazfossilator

    A few sharks teeth ID

    Found Myrtle beach South Carolina, help appreciated!
  19. Jazfossilator

    Shark teeth ID

    Found Myrtle beach South Carolina, help appreciated
  20. Jazfossilator

    Wood?

    I originally picked this up thinking a heavily worn bone but a few weeks later after looking at it I see concentric circles, Hard to photograph but I would love confirmation if anyone can see it or if I'm just going crazy from looking at fossils! Found Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
  21. Jazfossilator

    Fish skull material?

    All found Myrtle Beach South Carolina as for these last two I'm curious about the alignment of the robin skull plates, would it be something like this? Any ideas or info appreciated!
  22. Jazfossilator

    Id?

    Found at Myrtle Beach South Carolina this year, thought oh wonderful another piece of turtle shell but it just doesn't fit the profile I'm familiar with. Any ideas welcome!
  23. Jazfossilator

    Interesting shaped bone

    Found this bone at Myrtle Beach South Carolina quite a few years ago, the shape has always intrigued me but I have no clue what it could be from, any insights are appreciated!
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