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  1. Hello everyone, I would like to know if someone can help me identify if precisely these remains correspond to triceratops, or to some indeterminate ceratopsian at least. They all say they are from the Lance Formation, with no county, state, or anything. They are different types of bone, which I will detail below. 1. Sect of the jaw 2. Section of the upper jaw 3. Mandibular sect 4. Ungual, foot claw I await your comments, and thank you very much in advance.
  2. diginupbones

    Large square tooth and jaw section

    I’m getting kind of a rhino feel from this tooth but I’m just not sure. The shape of this jaw seems really strange.
  3. RuMert

    Skull/jaw fragment

  4. I have never found a jaw like this. The only thing I can find that is similar is tapir which would be pretty rare for this area. Found in south central South Dakota. Miocene
  5. Hi there! I'm new to the forum. I recently picked up a mosasaur jaw, my first fossil. Question is it real or fake, I started doing the research after making the purchase.. Comparing it to other examples, it's somewhere in the middle. It doesn't look totally manufactured, but it also kind of looks to good to be true. Opinions?
  6. This past Monday, during an outing to a quarry with Dave Broussard, our very own Tim (Fossildude19) and Paul (Paul1719) in PA. I found a partial ischnacanthid fish jaw. As it was only the second known from that location I donated it to Dave for study. A few moments later Paul found one too! He also donated his. It was interesting and enlightening watching a professional photograph and preserve it before removing the part of the slab it was in. Dave is a professor at Lycoming College in PA. and a vertebrate paleontologist. Ischnacanthids had a primitive ar
  7. Adie_uk

    unknown Pliocene jaw, indonesia?

    Hi Guys and gals, does anyone know what jaw bone and teeth this belongs too? its upto or around 2million years old and is from java indonesia, found in the same deposits as stegodon, hippo rhino, bison and so on.. i just can't place it, some better photos of the teeth would help but i don't have them yet... many thanks
  8. Share your favourite ICE AGE era fossils, I love to collect them myself This is my favourite fossil: Coelodonta antiquitatis lower jaw Length: 42CM Weight: 3,557KG Location: Permafrost, Siberia
  9. Found this in Travis County Texas Creekbed area. Looks like three teeth set in a jaw (left side upper area, one slanted one broken off, one full). From Cretaceous area. Lots of Arietina (small curly snail) fossils uphill from area. Any ideas?
  10. Shellseeker

    Shark tooth, fish jaw

    Sorting through material from 4 weeks back. I have never found any Meg fragments at this location. I have found Isurus oxyrinchus, along with other Makos and Great Whites. This one is 11 mm And then ... this 29 mm fish jaw. I find alveoli placement rather odd. Does anyone know of any similar fish jaw? Thanks Jack
  11. alisonh2o

    Found in Cape Fear River, NC

    Hi All, About 3", this was found by a friend this weekend by the Cape Fear River. We're guessing a jaw of some herbivore, but no clue beyond that! Anyone know? Thanks!
  12. I found this front bit of carnivore jaw while out on my latest fossil collecting trip in the White River Formation of Colorado. Only one tooth is complete, the canine tooth has broken off. It’s too large to be Hesperocyon and the cross section of the canine tooth does not match that of Daphoenus, which I have previously collected material, including a canine tooth, from. That leaves Hyaenodon and the Nimravids. After doing some comparative research with pictures of skulls, I am tentatively leaning towards this being from a Nimravid, as the contours of the jaw line near the socket
  13. Backcountryhiker

    Cretaceous Jaw Fragment? Please Help ID

    Found this fossil while surface collecting in the Alberta Badlands (Canada) North Of Drumheller in the Red Deer river valley. Looking for some help to ID this unusual looking fossil. If I had to guess I'd say it looks like a possible jaw fragment? Any help to ID would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.
  14. I have a few really nice fossils from the White River Formation of northeastern Colorado that I need to prep, and given I am a beginner at fossil prep I would really like to gain some advice and guidance from people with experience do I don’t accidentally damage the fossils. The first fossil is an Oreodont skull. The skull is mostly intact, and I was able to extract it from the field without using any glue or stabilizer or consolidant or anything like that, so this fossil is in its “natural state.” The zygomatic arch and upper tooth row are crumbling, but
  15. I have some Gansu fossils from the Linxia Basin, but I wasn't 100% sure on ID. The teeth were sold as Entelodont molars, and my current assumption is that they belong to Paraentelodon macrognathus from the Oligocene deposits in the Linxia Basin. From what I've read, they are similar to Daeodon, at least size wise. I think the formation would be the Jiaozigou Formation? But I'm not entirely sure. The Chleuastochoerus jaw, i have no idea. I think there are 2 species present in the Linxia Basin, and I don't know if it's possible to ID them down to species leve
  16. I am considering buying this stegodon jaw section. I am looking for a good one for quiet some time now. Came across this one, has one little repair (marked) but i don't know about the rest
  17. Hello again. What do you think? Do you see anything wrong with this tooth anything i should be aware of? Thanks
  18. Hi All, A family member sent me pictures of a bone they found in a creek bed in La Cygne Kansas. It isn't fossilized. I have no idea what it's from, any ideas? Thanks!
  19. Hi all My kids and I found this piece at the NSR and saw that there were multiple bone fragments in it. Do you all think that there is a fish jaw in the lower right portion of the specimen? If so, can anyone tell from which type of fish it is? Thanks in advance! Bret
  20. Shellseeker

    A chunk of jaw with a broken tooth

    When I am hunting, and there is a lot of interesting material and I am running out of time, I over_collect. Anything that looks fossil gets taken for later review. Most of it is unidentifiable bone that gets tossed or donated. This fossil is one of those, but I am thinking that even as broken as it is, it might be interesting. The 1st photo is looking directly down on the chewing surface. At first, I thought no way will I ever identify this tooth. But now I am getting hope. The photo of this tooth is directed left to right along the jaw line of the animal. I am thinking that my thumb
  21. 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.
  22. I not too long ago bought this piece. The seller told me it was an authentic Juvenile Basilosaurus jaw. But I am a bit worried it's not real since a lot of jaw parts can be casted or faked. Can anybody help me? Size is about 15CM
  23. hemipristis

    Pleistocene Mammal Jaw, ID requested

    hello everyone, I saw this on our favorite website. It is a mammal jaw dredged up off of Newfoundland, Canada. It is likely Pleistocene in age. The piece is approximately 12 cm in length. It is clearly an herbivore, but doesn't look like bison, horse, camel, tapir or deer to me; however, I am still learning to ID my Pleistocene mammals. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
  24. Got back out to the Peace River yesterday, returning to the spot that gave me a nice bison tooth on my previous visit. It was 67* F on arrival and breezy. A bit unusual for Florida at this time of year! The water was warmer than the air temp. It was also a little deeper, more cloudy and running a little faster due to rain the previous night. I paddled up stream, portaged over a small area of rapids and was digging by 8:30am. Started off in the last dig spot but was turning up nothing but small shark teeth. It was enough to keep me encouraged but not enough to keep me from feeling the c
  25. JorisVV

    Mammal Jaw ID

    Can anybody help me indentify this jawbone? It is around 25 centimeters. Location unknown
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