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  1. I_gotta_rock

    Our Great I-80 Road Trip

    Greetings, all! After exploring outcrops and spoils piles from Quebec down to Florida, we are heading west from Delaware to Crawford, Nebraska and back this fall. Planning to stop by Sylvania, OH and Clear Lake, IA. Probably Richmond, IN. Any other suggestions? Thoughts on these three?
  2. LordTrilobite

    White River Skull Prep

    I recently got this skull as a fun prep project. I bought it as a Hyaenodon skull from North Western Nebraska. But I quickly noticed that it was likely something else. I don't have a whole lot of experience with carnivorans but I think it might be a nimravid based on the number and placement of the teeth. Hoplophoneus or Dinictis maybe? It's missing its fangs and all the front teeth but otherwise it's in general good shape. I've already removed a whole lot of material. And it's starting to look like something. There is very little crushing and the bone is quite well preserved. But
  3. diginupbones

    Tiny fossilized tooth

    Any ideas on who this belong to? I’m pretty sure this is fossilized but not 100%. Area is almost entirely Miocene.
  4. OK gang, this one has me stumped. This is the last specimen from last year's final trip to the Kiewitz shale, Stoner Limestone, Stanton formation along the Platte River in Cass County Nebraska. I thought at the time, and until a few hours ago, that this was one of the disc shaped oncolites that have been found at that site and related sites in the area. I was playing with a recently LED upgraded microscope and found it had cellular structure barely visible. so I decided to do a laborious prep on it with a bicarb blast. It is in fact nothing I have ever seen be
  5. diginupbones

    Miocene mammal bone help

    Found in north central Nebraska. Miocene. I’ve had this in my collection for a while, I don’t know why I overlooked getting it identified. Really a nice little specimen.
  6. diginupbones

    Mastodon ivory?

    I was told by someone familiar with the location where this was found that this is mastodon ivory. They said that it turns this blue and cream color in this area. Just wondering what the experts think. Thanks
  7. Ok gang, been a while since I posted some fossils. I’ve been practicing my prep work and trying to get around 2500 specimens organized in my personal collection in addition to the Uni’s collection and a dozen other projects! Brachiopods are a weakness when it comes to ID. These are specimens from the last 17 years, some have my old labels and such. Unless Otherwise Noted all have the following location data: Sarpy and Cass County, Nebraska, USA Kiewitz Shale Stoner Limestone Stanton Formation #1 some sort of productid
  8. Finding a complete specimen is my white whale. Usually only find small fragments, these three are my most complete. Am able to use a few bits to get a “reconstruction” cannot figure out what these are. thanks in advance!
  9. Managed to get out of my cage for a bit today and went to the only publicly accessible site near me.
  10. Fossibilities

    Paleomycology Fossil ID (Fossil First)

    I need help identifying this fossil, or eliminating possibilities. I found this while searching for Native American artifacts and other fossils. It was in a stream. Found in North East Nebraska. Geologic research says the area it was found is within the Ogallala formation from the Tertiary Period. Several members of a FB group think I might have a fossil fungi and have asked for samples,, which I am reluctant to attempt to chip off myself. Several of the photos show signs of fungi. I know that fossilized mushrooms are extremely rare in the fossil record, usually only being found encased in amb
  11. jamhill

    White River Teeth and Astragali

    All from Nebraska. I thought the last astragalus was Mesohippus at first, but it seems much flatter than the other Mesohippus ones I have. Any and all help is much appreciated.
  12. Smoky Hill

    Nebraska Platygonus Peccary

    One of my finds from the Nebraska badlands found circa 1960's.
  13. I find these all the time and write them off as just more crinoid parts. The locals bring me tooth-like crinoid parts all the time. This ain’ no Petalodus I’m familiar with... Stanton Formation However, a student brought me this one today... I have about a half dozen at home. Is this a “shark tooth” or crinoid parts?
  14. jamhill

    White River Formation Help

    These are from Nebraska. Since it’s not oreodont, I’m lost. Do people find coprolite in this formation?
  15. LabRatKing

    Academic casts-identification help!

    Not sure if this is the right thread, but, here is a bunch of specimens. All are resin or plaster casts of the real deal. some appear to have been painted (poorly) none have been stored correctly and any records of them are long gone. These are part of the collection at the University I work for. I'm not a mammal guy, but I suspect I had better become one quickly. Some have various collection codes on them, but I have been unable to figure out what they mean. These are some of the ones I am clueless on: Jokingly referred to as the "bonenana"...tusk? rib?
  16. diginupbones

    Large mammal bone Miocene

    I haven’t had much luck getting these larger bones identified in the past but this one is a little more complete so I am hoping for at least an ID on what part of the body this came from. Found in North Central Nebraska@Harry Pristis
  17. diginupbones

    Odd tiny vert need ID

    No idea what this is from but it is in really nice shape and completely fossilized. North central Nebraska. Miocene
  18. diginupbones

    Chunkosaurus challenge

    I wasn’t even going to post this one up but it does have some unique features so I thought I would give it a shot. Any guesses?
  19. I donated thousands of specimens that I collected from anthills on my sons’ M&M Ranch (mostly Oligocene but there are a few Eocene small areas) in Nebraska to the Smithsonian and to the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology Museum of Geology. There are currently six researchers studying the specimens with multiple papers in progress. Covid-19 slowed the progress down significantly but it looks like a few of the papers are now starting to move forward. Below is a link to one of my TFF posts that shows a few of the micro specimens that I collected and donated:
  20. diginupbones

    Honeycomb bone structure?

    I thought this type of honeycomb structure was usually indicative of skull bone but this piece looks like it may be some sort of joint?
  21. diginupbones

    Strange little jaw bone ?

    I think this is a lower jaw bone but the more I look at it, I’m not sure. Have never found anything similar. It looks like it would’ve had 8 teeth. @Harry Pristis
  22. diginupbones

    Two small toe bones

    Look like they might be from the same critter but I don’t know which one. Thanks
  23. diginupbones

    Pseudhipparion tooth?

    Hoping for Pseudhipparion Simpsoni but probably just wishful thinking on my part. @Harry Pristis @Shellseeker
  24. diginupbones

    Need ID help on 2 similar teeth

    I thought the one on the right looked like some Merychippus I saw but have no idea on the other one. Nebraska Miocene.
  25. This tooth looks a little different than the rest of my cow/bison teeth. I can’t seem to find anything with that slight fan shape and double stylid.
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