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  1. I'm thinking about buying this, but I'm curious if it's a restored fossil or a natural fossil. Is it a good fossil?
  2. dongmin

    Doedicurus fossil?

    This fossil is said to be the tail of Doedicurus. I wonder if this is correct. It is said to have holes where six harpoons can be born. Is this a Doedicurus tail fossil? It is said that it was discovered in Buenos Aires.
  3. Meganeura

    Glyptodon Astragalus

    Identified by Richard Hulbert as a Glyptodon Astragalus. One of two, to his knowledge, that were found as of the time of collection of this specimen. Notable features include a shape comparable to the astragalus of the Giant Armadillo - Holmesina, with overall larger features to account for the greater size in G. floridanum. Reference: Simpson, George Gaylord. (1929). Pleistocene mammalian fauna of the Seminole Field, Pinellas County, Florida. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 56: 561-599.
  4. Found these 3 spike osteoderms today, and I was wondering if anyone knew if they are Glyptodont or Holmesina - and how to tell the difference! @Harry Pristis @Shellseeker Thanks in advance!
  5. Mahnmut

    Glyptodon&Macrauchenia

    From the album: Skeleton models

    Pleistocene South America Glyptodon by Geoworld except for 3dprinted feet, Macrauchenia sculpted by me.

    © Jan Frost

  6. Shellseeker

    Peace River, March 5th

    A couple of curious finds from yesterday: First: A small osteoderm (33 x 25 mm) from a Glyptodon. The edges look like they have JUST been broken but looks are deceiving. The bottom edge is almost like a knife blade. I am curious on whether others have found/seem similar shape/size/edge and determined the placement of the osterderm on the edge of the shell. Second: What appears to be an Ungual, or toebone. There seems to be muscle/pressure marks similar to other unguals in the the 1st two photos and curious indentations (red lines) on the 3rd photo. All suggestions appreciated. Jack
  7. Hello together, I am looking for a nice Glyptodon scute, preferably in europe, because shipping costs are what keeps me from getting one from the US. Open for suggestions concerning trade (Fossils , selfmade models) Best Regards, J
  8. Zenmaster6

    Glyptodon jaw section?

    Found in creek in Texas. I pulled mastodon tusks and molars out of the same creek. Could it be mammoth fragment or tapir jaw fragment? Also please note fossils here do not turn black like Florida, but stay white with blue inclusions.
  9. So, I found a few chunks of osteoderms in an area that floods quite often. I wasn't even sure what they were at first, only that I *thought* they might be. But they were completely covered in mud and I was super-careful picking them up and getting them home. One separated from the large chunk. But now I have no idea what to do! I did leave them outside in the rain a few days; they were mostly uncovered when I found them anyway and have been sitting in sloppy mud for an eternity, so I figured it wouldn't hurt. So there was a lot of mud that came off but they're far from clean. I'm not sure what to do next. I have a slight idea of the general area of the body these came from but the chunk is not lying flat and I don't know how to clean them to even see what I'm really working with. Are they going to all separate if I mess with them too much? My boyfriend said he'll get me whatever PaleoBond products I want (he's overwhelmingly supportive of my obsessive fossil hobby) so is that what I should be looking at? I've never felt "in over my head" with fossils before but I'm really at a loss with this. Any assistance, opinions, thoughts, speculations, or anything else would be appreciated.
  10. Reebs

    Bony armor plate???

    Hello again, Fossil in question is 4” x 3“ (101.6 mm x 76.2 mm) and thin like a pancake...is this a type of glyptodon scute or an edge piece of a glyptodon shell!!?? It has the shape kinda resembling one on the underside but the top surface doesn’t look like the typical “flowered-shape” ones we find here in this area!? This area being Manatee county, Fl. Thank you kindly! Marie
  11. cavemanfl

    Memorable hunt FL

    I had a pretty decent hunt recently. The highlight was bending over to pick up a section of mammoth tooth and as I was spotting the arrowhead less than 12" away.
  12. Shellseeker

    Peace River bone and a Vert

    Fossil hunting is almost perfect now that the Peace River is open, and I am trying to squeeze as many days and locations as possible. Travel north today but will be back at it early next week. Quantity was light yesterday but did get some nice finds (Glyptodon osteoderm, blueish Meg) and some interesting bones. Maybe someone will recognize this one.. The upper left bone is odd. 1st is that it is hollow which implies bird but it is large to be bird. I wonder what @Auspex thinks. 2nd is that it is tapering from what appears to be a joint and finally I do not recognize it as a common bone from the river. More Photos: And then a modern (?) vert : What type of reptile, fish, mammal has a vert that looks like this... As always, I appreciate all comments, suggestions, identifications.... Jack
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