Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'maryland severn formation'.
When looking on a muddy day in the maryland late cretaceous marine site. Found a small 2 inches 5-6 cm long bone. all help will be appreciated. I am not sure what bone it is, let alone what species. Like most bone from this site the surface texture is in general rough.
Earlier I asked for help in id of a couple pieces of what was identified as enchodus jaw. This surprised me because it was seemed different to me, in that the teeth were thick and curved. It makes me wonder if these multiple teeth, and jaw pieces are enchodus or something else. I would really appreciate it if you guys could look these over and tell me what you see. All have been photographed on simple notebook paper (ie each line has the exact same spacing-- distorted by my camera)
In a late cretaceous marine formation I found two little pieces of jaw. I would like help in id if possible. One is maybe 2.5 cm in length and the other 3 cm, both have the ragged texture of almost everything from this site. I wonder (hope) if the upper is croc, and if the lower is a small mosasaur. It does not match the typical fish jaws that I find because of the sharp curve to the teeth. Help and ideas will be appreciated.