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  1. Rubykicks

    What might this be?

    I found these near Indian Creek in Springville, Indiana. I thought the heart shaped one might be a clam type of fossil, but I'm really new to all of this.
  2. Lone Hunter

    Chert flake? Spoll? Scraper?

    Had this in with my rocks for tumbling, now that I'm looking at it again I'm thinking it may be something. It came from Alluvial gravels in creek where I've found other artifacts. Trying to learn to recognize when something has been worked, think this has, and the edge is quite sharp.
  3. Lone Hunter

    Indian artifact?

    Went down to the creek this morning to release some fingerling blue gill I raised and stumbled across this. Picked it up because I liked the unusual shape but then noticed one of the grooves looked altered, like it was rubbed or ground. Last year I found a Trinity sinker and Castorville arrowhead in same spot, so started researching artifacts and saw arrow shaft straighteners which this resembles. It doesn't look straight at first glance but a pencil fits in there perfectly. Coincidental and geological? Also found this neat peice of rock and wondering if it's flint? This area of creek is QAL
  4. 10 hr North Sulphur River Texas hike with friends. I found a little bit of everything. Mosasaur, Xiphactinus, Pleisosaur, Mastodon, Horse, Coral and cool antiques.
  5. Fun trip to the North Sulphur River Texas. I really like the giant coprolite and Holmesina armadillo scute. @GeschWhat
  6. Sorry I have been crazy busy lately and unable to post. Here's a few of Northeast Texas finds my last couple of trips. Pleisosaur partial girdle, silver spoon, artifacts, xiphactinus tooth, mosasaur verts, old door knob, enchodus jaws, old hard hat, old bottles, ammonite, exogyra and my first crocodile scute.
  7. Greetings all. I'd like to post a link to a completed online auction that had an item that I believe members would find interesting. However the auction page is at that big auction site. Can someone tell me if such a post would run counter to the rules of the forum? It seems as if it might. But it's also can be a bit of a problem if I post images from the auction without permission of the seller. I believe the item is interesting enough that it would be worth members seeing. It was described as a native American paint cup found in CA. What makes it of such interest on TFF is that i
  8. After my last NSR trip, and finding a mosasaur vert, I felt like I was getting a better eye for NRS fossils. I have always heard the feeder creeks can be productive however I have searched in several never found anything in them. Now that I had more confidence I went to a more remote bridge and went for the first feeder creek I could find. It turned out to be decently productive with several more verts, none in particularly great condition though, and a jaw section. I think there is a coprolite in there too, pictures 14 and 15 maybe? I think my favorite find of all was the artifact though.
  9. Found this on the surface in a Brazos River feeder creek near Houston. It was not near any known exposure, but the Brazos itself transport marine Eocene and Paleocene from up north. It also erodes out Pleistocene bone pretty often. The bank of this feeder creek was sandy with clay underneath. One end of the cross section appears to show something organic within. When looking in from the empty end, the cavity wall is rough but doesn't look like bone-porous. Lick test of the outer surface is positive, noticeably, which makes me think this is marine. Overall, the segment is 1" i
  10. Saturday I hit the North Sulphur River Texas and found a nice variety of interesting items.
  11. Everyone said NSR was dry and picked over but I hiked 9 hrs and found some cool stuff. My favorites are the Protostega costal bone with partial rib head preserved, the mosasaur bone with bite mark and the artifacts. I walked in tracks all day but the river is too large for someone to get everything and people miss quite a bit.
  12. Hi all! I found a rock that commanded my attention while goofing off at a friend's house along the TN River. I thought I saw trace fossil like marks on the large rocks we were crawling on but they were very worn. Then I spied a much smaller piece, covered in algae and plant matter, that had very pronounced markings like I was seeing on the large rocks but also some broken lines that were very curious. The markings extend down the side of the broken rock and there are some deep "dotted" lines that are at near 90 degree angles as well as some shallow "dotted" lines that follow the natural curve
  13. Planko

    Sea Urchin...Artifact?

    Hey Everyone, Found this the other day at NSR. This part of NSR is in Delta County, Tx. I was curious and thought it was an artifact as it was found in the same general area as the golodrina point, quarts crystal and pendant. Artifact website is intrigue but was wondering if it could be a urchin spine. Roughly 1.5" in length. Thoughts? Any input is appreciated. Planko
  14. JohnJ

    Ancient Hunters

    June 5, 2010 Barry held his camera barely two feet away from the back of an Agkistrodon piscivorus. Although a small snake, it was still very dangerous and he positioned his camera based on years of experience with these reptiles. Known more commonly as a Cottonmouth or Water Moccasin, the twelve inch juvenile snake had coloration similar to the closely related Copperhead. However, its patterns were muted by late afternoon shadows in a remote location that was not favorable to an easy medical evacuation. So, we slowly moved away and eased our paddles back in the water to complete an adven
  15. dbrake40

    Possible Maul

    From the album: Some Minnesota ~Fossils

    This was found years ago on my uncle's farm in Southern Minnesota. I only presume it may be a maul because it was found in close proximity with the other maul I have in this collection and does seem to show some wear on its tip.
  16. dbrake40

    Native American Maul

    From the album: Some Minnesota ~Fossils

    This was found years ago on my uncle's farm.
  17. Everything was pretty well picked over in my regular spots so I took a thirteen mile eleven hour hike with a friend at the North Sulphur River Texas. Here's my finds. The mosaaur tooth, fish fin with verts, fish occipital condyle and the big Tylosaur vert made my day. The water moccasins were mating and did not appreciate us walking by. They both took the time to open their mouths and warn us to get away.
  18. I kayaked for five miles on a day with a heat index of 108 degs and found some killer stuff. The Paleo Dalton point made my day. Rare to find mosasaur in this creek but I still managed to find a few verts. The big nautilus was beat up but looks good in my rock garden. The old bottle is a duraglas bottle from 1953.
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