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  1. The Jersey Devil

    Extraordinarily Rare NJ Cretalamna species

    Hi everyone, I have this interesting tooth from the Wenonah formation (Late Campanian) of New Jersey. It matches best with Cretalamna, but it has a nutrient groove and one of the cusplets has a “crown” around it. It is 5/8 inches. It is the first of this tooth type I had ever seen being found, so I am basically baffled as to the species. Any help is greatly appreciated! @siteseer @MarcoSr @Al Dente @MikaelS @sagacious
  2. hokietech96

    Bone? Tooth? or Nothing?

    Hi. Need some help with this one because I usually only collect shark teeth. I was at Big Brook in NJ and a came across this. I feel like it is something but I have no idea. Thank you in advance for any feedback.
  3. hokietech96

    Fossil ID (Shark Tooth)

    I went to Big Brook in NJ last week found this tooth and I have no idea what kind it is; maybe a goblin. Sorry for my fingers. Couldn't get the picture to focus on paper. Thank you in advance for any feedback. Mark
  4. Ags0817

    Fossil ID

    Hello just wanted to see if anyone could help ID this tooth. We found it at the big brook reserve in colts neck, NJ During the Cretaceous, our continents were nearly in their present positions. However, the Earth was much warmer. This resulted in high sea levels. As a result, Europe was composed of numerous islands, while most of the North American coastal plain was submerged. States such as Georgia and Florida were completely submerged. The high sea levels also caused North America to be split in two. A great interior seaway flowed through much of the great plain states, from Texa
  5. The Jersey Devil

    NJ Crustacean Parts

    Hi everyone, I would like some help with 2 Late Campanian crab specimens found some time ago. The first is some type of crab claw. The second is a partial crab carapace. I haven’t been able to find anything that really matches them. They are both 1 centimeter in maximum dimension. Thanks for any help!
  6. hokietech96

    Fossil ID (Shark Tooth)

    I look for teeth on the beach all the time and I found this one this summer. It the 3rd one of this type I found this summer. Is this a Bull Shark? Sorry for my fingers. Couldn't get the picture to focus on paper. Thank you in advance for any feedback. Mark
  7. hokietech96

    Fossil ID (Shark Tooth)

    I went to Big Brook in NJ last week found this tooth and I have no idea what kind it is. Sorry for my fingers. Couldn't get the picture to focus on paper. Thank you in advance for any feedback. Mark
  8. hokietech96

    Fossil ID 3 (Shark Tooth)

    I went to shark river in NJ and found this in the middle of the creak with my sifter. It was 6-10 inches under dirt and rocks. Why is it still white? I was a little surprised. Would love some feedback on this. Thank you in advance for any comments. Mark
  9. I took a trip to Big Brook in Monmouth County, NJ yesterday and found some things that I need help identifying. Any help would be appreciated! Pic #1: Possibly sea urchin spines?
  10. Vernalequinox

    Is this a seed?

    At the risk of sounding silly, I can't figure out if this is a fossil or seed. I found it on the bottom of a stream in Monmouth County, NJ, along with some other things that I need to photograph in daylight before asking for opinions. It doesn't float, if that helps. Thank you for your help!
  11. Vernalequinox

    Is this some sort of salmonoid fang?

    Hi everyone! I found this fang-looking thing last year at Big Brook in Monmouth County, NJ. I recovered it from the stream bed. It has multiple rows of serrations running from bottom to top, and some indentations, too. I've attached pictures of it next to a ruler to show its size and multiple pictures of it from different angles. This picture of it pinched between my fingers shows the bottom on the "fang." Thank you in advance for any help you can give!
  12. Vernalequinox

    Is this a fossil?

    Hi! It's me again! This is another find from Big Brook in Monmouth County, NJ. It was recovered from the stream bed. I'm not sure it it's even a fossil, but it stuck out to me, especially because of the indentation. Thank you for your help!
  13. LawdogGRNJ

    Mosasaurus or Croc

    Found this yesterday while hunting with the family, in Big Brook. Can't tell if it's Croc, Mosasaurus, or something else. I forgot to include a ruler in the pictures, but the fragment is about 5 inches in length. Any help on how to safely remove the green sand stuck to it would be greatly appreciated.
  14. FossilMo

    NJ Mystery Fossil

    I recently went to Big Brook and found this. Can anyone identify this? Thanks.
  15. Found in Big Brook NJ - I belive it's a turtle shell fragment, but am not sure. Any help ID'ing is much apreciated. Thanks as always. Cheers
  16. Found in Big Brook NJ - Any idea of what it could be?
  17. FossilMo

    Unknown Fossils

    I've had these for a while and I've always wondered what they are. Can anyone identify them? I think both were found in Big Brook.
  18. FossilizedJello

    Big Brook NJ Claw ID

    Hey all havn't been on this website in a while but I found something very interesting at big brook, NJ. Thanks for any help.
  19. Span

    Ramanessin Brook Finds

    Went fossiling in Ramanessin Brook (Howell, NJ) on 7/9/19. Various finds. Some have already been identified (such as crow shark, mosasaur tooth fragment, sawfish, turtle plastern, ammonite, etc.), but was wondering if anyone saw some additional finds that could be identified. Thank you!
  20. Bess

    Disk Thingy Part 2

    My brother found this object in a park in Hamilton New Jersey. The rock from this area is mostly from the Jurassic and Cretaceous, but there is a small bit of rock from the Cambrian. This is the second category of disc-shaped fossil that I discussed in the first thread. There are several separate objects within the small rock, which looks somewhat similar. They are different from all of the other objects, which turned out to be imprints from crinoid stems, because they have 5 or less sections within the disk. One of my guesses is that they are some kind edrioasteroid (I'm probably wr
  21. Bess

    Disk Thingy Part 1

    Hello. My siblings and I have found several disk shaped objects in a park in Hamilton, Nj. We have grouped them into two main categories. One has more than 5 sections around the center of the object and the other has 5 or less sections. I will post the first category in this thread and the other one some time later. The rock in this area is mainly from the Jurassic and Cretaceous, but there is a small segment of rock from the Cambrian. Some of the objects in the first category seem to have the disk slightly burrowed into the surrounding rock. The objects in this category also have
  22. Kevofossilhntr

    Possible megalodon tooth in NJ?

    The grey tooth on the right is a small posterior megalodon tooth found in the peace river Florida. The copper tooth was found in a very shallow creek part of big brook NJ. Is it possible that a meg could have swam farther north like modern great whites do during a split time when the water level overlapped the big brook area and dropped it? I’m still new at identifying teeth but they seem VERY very similar
  23. Kevofossilhntr

    Help identifying tooth

    Is it possible to narrow down what type of mosasaur a tooth came from? Found a tooth but it looks different from the typical ones I see all over google. Thanks!
  24. historianmichael

    NJ Brook Identification

    Recently made a trip to Ramanessin Brook and Big Brook. I was able to confidently identify most of my finds, except for these few. Here is what I think they are. Please let me know what you all think. Thank you! #1- coprolite #2- coprolite #3- petrified wood #4- petrified wood #5- bone fragment - is there any way to know where it came from? #1 #2 #3 #4 #5
  25. The Jersey Devil

    Several NJ Cretaceous Non-Shark pathologies

    Hello TFF, I got a couple items from the Late Cretaceous of NJ that seem to be pathological. The first one, an Anomoeodus phaseolus tooth, seems to be very wrinkly and so I deemed it a patho. That is more of a verification as I haven’t seen a pathological one before. The second is an Ischyrhiza mira rostral blade that has a third carina on one of its faces and a slight flattening (flattening better seen in person). This is also a verification as I just didn’t expect to see a patho rostral. The third one is a bit strange. It is definitely a fish tooth. T
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