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  1. I wondered if there were enough characteristics left on this very worn molar to identify who it belongs to. From the Peace River, Zolfo Springs area. Appreciate the time.
  2. outoffnow3

    Racoon?

    Peace River, Florida
  3. I lucked into this beauty while excavating a limestone pit in the Peace river bed looking for Miocene invertebrates. Is there any chance of identifying it's species from the location found and the size? @Harry Pristis ?
  4. mac532

    fossil turtle or concretion?

    Found this on the beach ( low tide ) at Manasota Key, Florida. This area is known for fossil shark teeth from the Peace River formation. Is this a fossil turtle, tortoise or a rock concretion? Thanks
  5. JMT2015

    Identification help please

    Just looking for a little help on this one. I found it in the Peace River today. Any help is appreciated.
  6. Hey y'all... Another piece from Peace River, Florida... I have no clue what is.... Thank you for your time... =)
  7. PODIGGER

    Help with Tooth ID

    Looking for some help with the ID on a tooth I pulled up from the Peace River, FL yesterday. On first glance in the sifter I thought it was a nice small chunk of a horse tooth (Equus sp.). When I got home and took a closer look it appeared to be the complete tooth minus 4 root extensions. The occlusal surface of the tooth was one I have not seen before. I tried to match it to Equus but kept coming up empty. I tried bovine with no luck either. From a close look at all four sides I do not believe it is broken and missing any of the crown.It well may be Equus, but I thought I would ask for i
  8. Hey y'all... First time posting... I found this in Peace River, Florida... Is this a toe bone or what??? If so, from what???
  9. Idelond

    Turtle Softshell with Spike???

    Found this cool softshell with a spike in Peace River, Florida... Any ideas from what and what part of shell??? Thank u for ur time.... Check out my other posts for more pieces from Peace River, Florida.... =)
  10. Idelond

    Heart shaped fossils

    Hey y'all... I found this in Peace River, Florida... What fossil are these???
  11. Idelond

    Vertebra from what???

    Hey y'all..... Another finding in Peace River, Florida.... vertebra from what??? Thank u all for ur time... Check out my other posts for more pieces from Peace River... =)
  12. Hey y'all.... One more piece from Peace River, Florida... Can't find anything on books. Thank you all for your time.
  13. Idelond

    Is this a fossil or a rock???

    Hey y'all.... Another piece from Peace River, Florida... Is this a fossil or a rock??? Is very heavy and dense... Thank u all for ur time
  14. The attached photo shows material that seems to be fairly common in areas of the Peace River that have allot of deteriorated limestone and limestone slabs.I don't think it has any recognizable structure suggesting it is the result of some life form. Just generally a botryoidal shape. Does anyone know what it is or have any experience with it?
  15. fossil_newb

    First Fossil Haul - Help Please.

    Hey! We are needing some help with identifications. These were all found in Florida along the Peace River. Some of the photos are not the best, sorry in advance. Any help is greatly appreciated. I'll number them to the pictures. Thanks again. A&J
  16. Florida Larry

    Good Day on the Peace

    Had a great day out on the Peace up in the north section. I'm primarily a tooth seeker but welcome other rare finds. Luckily the river will sever up plenty of teeth for years to come. This was my first time out in my new canoe(previously used inflatable kayaks due to convenience in my Camry.) And it makes a world of difference especially when to 12 ft. dinos make the plunge from the bank. Anyways the water levels were perfect. We found a nice pit that looked to be previously bank dug...... and it caused some concern from passers by. We only encountered 2 groups on the river. One b
  17. Digdug

    Someone smarter than me

    Happy Friday! Found this yesterday near the peace river and hoping someone smarter than me can help identify. I've looked online and through all my books but still no luck. Thanks and happy hunting!
  18. Chrisaurus

    Is this what I think it is?

    So I found this piece while fossil hunting in the Peace River here in Florida. It immediately gave me the impression of a certain something, so I set aside. It just seemed out of place for where I found it, (for it to be a rock). I have an idea of what it may possibly be, but want to see what others have to say first.
  19. Chrisaurus

    Need help identifying this tooth.

    I'm stumped on this one. I found this over the weekend while hunting in the Peace River in Southwest Florida. It looks like a horse tooth, yet it's too small/thin to be? (was thinking maybe it's just a fragment of a horse tooth, not sure how common that is though?). Or possibly a juvenile ground sloth tooth? I'm fairly new to fossil hunting so I'm still trying to learn in regards to the rarer finds.
  20. Beringseadoc

    newbie peace river

    Hello everyone and just wanted to say that I love the website. I have only primarly hunted shark teeth from the beach, Saint Augustine and Venice beach. I am looking at taking my boys 8 and 15 and girlfriend to the peace river for some fossil and shark tooth hunting. We have kayaks and sifters, shovels and our permit already. We are camping at Brownville park and will be hunting mid May. I am looking for any advice on locations and any other information that might be helpful.
  21. Evan_Sart

    Mammal tooth ID?

    Mammal tooth looks like a carnivore. Found in peace river FL. Is broken. Bear? Wolf? Thanks!
  22. FemurIHKH

    3 Peace river fossils

    I think at least one is a horse tooth?
  23. Mtwombly

    Peace River Jaw

    Hi guys! I am new to the forum but am an avid 23 year old fossil hunter and artifact collector. I have been hunting for a good while now and have a large collection from all over Florida. I was recently doing an overnight camping paddle on the peace river to hunt now that the water is low, and I found many things (including some worked flint among the fossils, which was quite surprising) but this particular find I need some opinions on! I’m not convinced that it’s entirely fossilized, though what is confusing me is that it is much heavier than it should be and also did not react significantly
  24. Mtwombly

    Mystery Femur

    Found this in a creek off of peace river, way way out. It’s not fossilized but it is old for sure. It appears to be a femur of some sort, but I can’t figure out what it belongs to? It is 9 inches long.
  25. I finally booked a tour with Mr. Mazza on the Peace River. I talked my daughter into driving down from NC, and my sister here in Orlando to make the trip with me. Well, we weren’t disappointed in the least. Between my daughter and I, we found slightly over 500 teeth, not sure how many my sister found yet. Besides teeth, I found a few horse teeth and one capybara tooth. here are just a few of the many treasures found.
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