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  1. flyingpenut

    North Sulphur River Trip

    Pictures from my latest NSR trip. Some mosasaur verts and bones, a jaw, ammonites, baculites, and of course the normal array of oddities. No really good verts but still fun. Does anyone know what jaw this would have come from? Also the turtle looking shell and the large white bone next to it feel a lot heavier than recent bone to me so maybe Pleistocene. Ill send a few close ups of those and of the crazier stuff later.
  2. I found two of these little critters at Lake Jacksboro. I thought they were nautiloids based on the little round "hole" but upon photographing them, I can clearly see striations runing the length of the shell, more like a gastropod Euphemites, but the shape is not consistent with Euphemites but more nautiloid. Any help would be appreciated! Scale is in inches. First one: second one : Gastropod Euphemites for comparison:
  3. Hey Everyone, Had a decent day out at NSR. Not as good as one person who found 18 verts, 2 arrow heads, and more. Found NSR, Delta County, TX I am thinking this might be a turtle scute but i am still earning. Any thoughts appreciated.
  4. Hey everyone, I took a chance and went out early in the light rain to see if it was safe to get into the river basin. As you can see by the lower pics it was. Found 5 (couple beat up ones not being included) verts total including what I believe is a small plesiosaur. I think there is a piece of a turtle shell, a small piece of fish jaw bone and lots of items I do not know. Also fun to go out and find some new things to learn about. I am sure there will be a lot of nice finds after the last rains. Happy hunting!
  5. facehugger

    North Texas Vertebra

    Hey y'all. Long time since I did a post. Hope everybody is well. Found a vertebra in a duck creek exposure, Grayson County, Texas. The hexagonal shape has me wondering - is this possibly ichthyosaur material? Many thanks. BTW - the new features and UI totally rock!!! I was able to do this entire post from my phone. Great work, y'all!!!
  6. Lone Hunter

    Help with teeth ID, any bison?

    My collection of teeth I have tried to ID and want to see if I got any of them right, all came from creek that is QAL. First group I think is bovid, maybe little one on end deer? Next 2 teeth I'm not sure about, last group thinking might be bison. Wasn't sure if pictures of root end are needed.
  7. Finds from North Sulfur River in Ladonia Texas. Baculite part of a nautilus. Baculite Bits of Baculite All the layers of a huge gryphea On left 2 huge gryphea. Red and black baculite. the algea covered thin over TX I thought could be the underside of a sea urchin. Sorry a few rocks snuck in there and at the top at first I thought it was a chunk of petrified wood but now am thinking it could be a wore down bone fragment.
  8. shark teeth, left corner is a couple of ptychodus teeth, a black, tiny gastropod. I think on the right are just brown concretions. Below is a large view of bivales. Gryphea at top left a clump of gryphea top right. There's an ammonite tucked in there on the bottom right. At the top gryphea. Others are various bivalves. A black gastropod toward the middle. The brown peanut thing is a concretion.
  9. Storystone222

    Texas fossil identification help

    Found this “fossil” close to Medina lake, it had a hairline crack all the way around it. As I was cleaning it off I gently persuaded it to come apart. The in side is interesting and I’m curious if anyone can tell me what this is.
  10. Texas has SO many of these little fossils, but I love them and can't help but pick them up. Behold a plethora of Illymatogyra arietinas. (I got a new lighting set up and I am LOVING the way the photos are coming out!) Size (1/2 - 1 3/4 inches)
  11. fossilus

    Big cat distal radius?

    I found this radius a while back in the Brazos river in SE Texas. This piece is about 6.5 inch long. It looks much like cat radii I see online but I'm looking for other thoughts. @Shellseeker @Lorne Ledger @Harry Pristis @garyc
  12. Hello! I am new to this forum and new to the world of identifying rocks and fossils. I have several rocks and fossils that I am trying to identify on my own, but this one is proving to be beyond my VERY limited knowledge. My grandfather and I would go rock hunting in the Texas hill country when I was a little girl. He recently passed away and I am now slowly moving all of his rocks that he collected throughout his life to my home. Unfortunately, I do not know much about this rock. I ASSUME he acquired it in the Texas hill country but I am not certain. The rock is VERY heavy, probably 80-1
  13. JamieLynn

    Meretrix hanseni

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