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  1. Captcrunch227

    Protohadros paper needed

    Hey everyone. I’ve been finding pieces of a protohadros here locally. There are 2 papers done on him, I have the latest but really need this one. Any help is IMMENSELY appreciated. Thanks y’all! Head, J.J. (1998) A new species of basal hadrosaurid (Dinosauria, Ornithischia) from the Cenomanian of Texas. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 18(4): 718–738.
  2. Lone Hunter

    Ammonite and shell ID please

    Found these in a tiny unnamed creek where it transitions from Woodbine to Eagle Ford, think I was still in Woodbine but not sure. Ammonite isn't in great shape but wondering if it's Calycoceras? Amongst the clams and gastropods in next one is a long peice of shell on the edge, doesn't look familiar and I'm not used to seeing any detail but should help someone ID it.
  3. subsonicdrone

    thought i would post yesterdays find

    walking along the beach yesterday i was pleasantly surprised to find this
  4. Lone Hunter

    Fossilized Lightning??

    Took my dogs out to Grapevine lake, frequently go there, kicked this up in a sandy area close to swimming beach. Quite puzzled, there are no such concretions in Woodbine here and pretty sure no fossil involved. I've only seen oysters, Turritella and dinosaur footprints. So this appears to be crystalized in the center, with spirals of different color granules and crystals wrapping around very fine grained structure in the shape of a bottle. It's got to be something, but what? Looking forward to an answer!My only decent Woodbine find.
  5. A few weeks ago I decided to take the kids to my local park. They are building houses in this area and completed a new road which made getting to this park much quicker. Now instead of going way around it's only about a mile from my house and a much more direct shot. On the drive to the park I looked over to my right and saw some red/orange soil. The only formation in this area with that color is the Woodbine formation. "Odd," I thought. "The nearest Woodbine outcrop on the geological map is miles from here." I told my kids we were gonna make a quick pit stop for 10 minutes or so t
  6. I had the opportunity for a half-day of fossil hunting Saturday and went out to Mansfield looking for Lower Britton formation outcrops. I'd done some prospecting and thought I had a few sites, but as it turns out I hit the Woodbine. My second location was a total bust and I found nothing except green brier, cockle burs, and alluvium. Still found a few specimens that made it into the collection, which is much better than sitting at home or striking out completely. I've made it to a point in my collecting that I'm no longer satisfied with sites I can find online and have switched to prospecting
  7. vellis

    Fossil pearl? Prob not...

    I know this is not very likely, but why not ask. I have been emboldened by a post from a long time ago from @frankh8147. I am basing the question only on the spherical shape and the fact that it is embedded in hard matrix, along with shark teeth and fish parts. It seems like a lot of them are darker, such as Frank’s possible pearl. Found at bottom of the Eagle Ford, top of the Woodbine, so Cenomanian to Turonian in age. Scale at the top of second pic in mm. If not a pearl, any guesses what it would be? Not a lot of round stuff that I have seen, and still want to kn
  8. vellis

    Stumped on this one

    This was found around the bottom of the Eagle Ford or the top of the Woodbine in Texas. It is heavy enough to be fossilized, weighs about 11g. No response to a magnet. It is about 1cm x 1.5cm x 2.5cm. I’m not sure what it is, if anything.
  9. Mhunter07

    Unknown woodbine fossil

    Found this on a large piece of sandstone on an eastern cross timbers forest meadow in south central Denton county near the Denton landfill. Any ideas?
  10. Dantheman135

    Fish Scale?

    Is this a fish scale? It was found in the Woodbine formation south of Denton, TX. I am new to microfossils. It may also be a small clam.
  11. Some publications about the Arlington Archosaur Site by the late Dr. Derek J. Main are: The Arlington Archosaur Site Field Trip Guide 2013 Derek J. Main, Ph. D. University of Texas www.arlingtonarchosaursite.com PDF files at: https://uta.academia.edu/DerekMain https://www.academia.edu/2607656/Arlington_Archosaur_Site_-2013_Field_Trip_Guide Paleoecology & Paleoenvironments of the Woodbine Formation of North Texas: the Arlington Archosaur Site Earthwatch Field Trip GuideSummer 2012 Derek J. Main & Christophe
  12. galaxy777

    Group of Gastropods

    From the album: Grayson Co. Texas finds

    Group of Gastropods found on our property. Upper Cretaceous Woodbine formation, Lewisville member
  13. galaxy777

    Unknown clams

    From the album: Grayson Co. Texas finds

    Unknown clams found on our property. Upper Cretaceous Woodbine formation, Lewisville member
  14. I live on some property in far north east Grayson county, Texas and runs alongside Iron ore creek. It that has several places on it where we have been finding clams and gastropods. It consists of heavy red clay mostly; with some grey, yellow, orange and a little black clay. Sandstone and Ironstone is very abundant. From what I have been able to find is this property is in the Woodbine formation. These clams have me stumped. Can anyone help me identify some of these beauties?
  15. Found in a creek that goes through the Woodbine formation in Denton County http://imgur.com/a/fd7oB
  16. A friend gave me this bone he found in north Texas at a locality where Pleistocene deposits overlay some Cretaceous age Woodbine deposits and bones from both ages are found there including hadrosaur, crocodile, and more recent mammoth bones. I was there when he found it so I can attest to the provenance. I've poured through my binders of paleo material and online images searches but haven't found anything that quite matches this partial vertebra. What do the experts here think it's from? My friend has a suggestion but I wanna see if ya'll come up with the same answer independently.
  17. Found this weekend while searching a nearby creek for artifacts. Turritella Woodbine form Dallas Co. Tex. Jess B.
  18. jeremy.greene

    Found Awhile Back, Woodbine

    First time post on forum for id, enchodus?plesiosaur?
  19. LanceH

    Texas Dinosaur Vertebra

    I found this large vertebra recently in the Woodbine sands, age being about 96 million. Does anyone have a better ID other than "dinosaur"?. The top parts are broken off. There maybe also Pleistocene age deposits at this locality.
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