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Hello Fossil Forum, it has been a long time since I've been on here, but I managed to get back down to Florida for a couple weeks and went out to the Peace River twice. It's been almost 10 years since I dug the gravels and I had a blast. I have all sorts of fun stuff to look through, identify, and label. This bone is particularly puzzling to me. It seems pretty distinctive with the large elliptical/rounded articular facet and the planar facet on the opposite side. Without a comparative collection to look through, I haven't been able to pin it to anything. (I have a couple leads, but n
I found this on a gravel bar last weekend. it appears to be a carpal/tarsal bone. it may just be a pseudo fossil. it feels fully fossilized not just old bone. I was hoping to get a better handle on what I have. if it is a fossil it either came from Pennsylvanian age rocks or quaternary river gravel, no Mesozoic rocks around here.