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  1. Hi all, Found this in the gravel during my sifting. Very curious about this as the circular hole in it is perfectly circular... Any ideas?
  2. The Dude

    Horse Tooth?

    Hi everyone! Found in the Peace River,Florida Bone vally The tooth on the left is obvious horse tooth. It is 1" (25mm) wide and 1/2 inch (12mm) tall. The tooth on the right is the one I am wondering if a horse tooth can get this big or is it something else. it is 1.5 inchs (38mm) wide and 1 inch tall (25mm) across the top at the widest point. What do you think? Thanks!
  3. The Dude

    Peace river Florida Shark teeth

    Hello! Ok I am posting pics from my day of collecting (the nicer ones) and The tooth I am curious about is the top left one. The rest I am just sharing for fun. I notice this one has a wide cutting blade below the root before it tapers to a point. I have collected a lot of teeth but this one looks unusual. Could just be how it is and just the usual bone vally bullshark/Dusky tooth? Tiny little Meg maybe? Trying to put a chart of my own togther (I know there are lots out there but I want to make my own) These are all around a inch long (25mm) Thoughts? Thank you!
  4. The Dude

    Toe Bone?

    I think I found a toe bone same time I found the teeth from my last post and also where I found the sloth tibia in a previous post of mine. Peace river, Florida Bone Vally formation. I included a very short video so you can get a better look at it, my pictures do not really capture it well but I am getting better at taking pictures as I go. Take a look interested in what you think, thank you! I really appreciate you guys that help identify. My first year out collecting and I hope to be able to help others here some day. https://drive.google.com/file/d/17XeRmKHvC2duACTqJ
  5. Punxsypat

    Fossil ID

    I am not sure what this is. It is hollow but heavy.
  6. Kevofossilhntr1

    Help identify peace river find

    Let’s try this again. Need some help identifying this tooth & jaw fragment I found in the peace river area. It has 1 perfect tooth with a second tooth on the opposite side split in half. Has me very stumped!
  7. The Dude

    4 mammal teeth ID

    Hello again everyone! 4 teeth in 2 hours out of my spot in the Peace river, Florida. part of the Bone Vally formation. The first one (far left I am pretty sure its a nice horse tooth. The second (curved) could also be a horse toothbut has these 3 "ribs" (second pic) I guess you would call them that make me think it could be something else. The 3rd from the left I think another horse tooth just broken and the far right, I have no idea. Thought maybe a dolphin but I looked at pictures and the ones I seen dont have 2 roots like this one. Perhaps a mammal of some kind. Excited as always
  8. PODIGGER

    ID help on odd bone piece

    I posted a report in the trip section yesterday that included this bone I am not sure about on an ID. @Ash suggested the tip of a mammoth femur and in looking at a number of mammoth femur photos I think he is right. If anyone can corroborate or suggest an alternative your input would be appreciated.
  9. PODIGGER

    Proboscidean Calcaneum?

    Was back at the Peace River, FL yesterday and happy to find recent rains had not impacted the water level or flow by much at all. Went back to the area where I previously found Proboscidean carpal, patella, jaw and tibia bones. After several hours of digging in a grid pattern I came up with what I believe is a well preserved calcaneum from a mammoth or mastodon. I would appreciate any input on this being a correct ID or not. Thanks.
  10. ThePhysicist

    peace river shark teeth

    Hey y'all. I got some peace river gravel and found some small shark teeth in it. There's a few interesting ones that I can't decide what they are. They might not be identifiable, but I'm just curious if they are. Thanks!
  11. PODIGGER

    Chased by a Gator!

    Made another trip to the Peace River today. Got on the water by 8 am and headed for a spot where I have previously found mammoth and mastodon teeth. Started digging and by 9 am I had a partial mastodon tooth! Came up with a nice complete deer proximal phalanx, a handful of tiger shark teeth and some mammoth and mastodon tooth chips. My pouch was getting full so I went back to the kayak to safely put the mastodon tooth and other finds in bags and stow them away. As soon as I got back to where I was digging I heard the shovel "clink" on something. Reached down and pulled up a nice vert abo
  12. PODIGGER

    Proboscidian tibia?

    On my last visit to the Peace River I came up with four large long bones. They ranged in length form 11" to just over 14" and width from 3" to 5". If aligned end to end they are approximately 42" in length. Two of the long bones do fit together and equal 21.5" when joined. Several small chips/pieces were also recovered and so far I have been able to fit two of the small pieces into the long bones. They were found along with a mammoth or mastodon patella, carpal, partial mastodon tooth and end of a femur. I believe they are a mammoth or mastodon tibia and was hoping for confirmation or dire
  13. The Dude

    Mastodon or Mammoth toe bone?

    Hi again , I found this in the peace river in Nocatee , FL Looks like I found leg bone to something , It's approximately 8" (200mm) one end is 5" (127mm) wide and the other is 4" (100mm) wide in the middle it's diameter is the size of a large male wrist . Weighs 1050 grams . What you think ?
  14. The Dude

    3 unknowns take a look!

    Found these in the peace river, it's really giving me lots of fun and exercise during my time off work, #1 I think it looks like poop, #2 like a small egg (I did read the post about "if you think you found a egg" and the 3rd a tooth. The last one I posted turned out to be a rock but this one is definitely a tooth. I have looked and many alligator/croc images and I don't believe it belongs to either, looking forward to your opinion, thank you! Peace River Formation is middle Miocene to early Pliocene
  15. Listening to the weather report for Florida on Sunday was getting me discouraged. A cold front was predicted to come through the state Monday afternoon and evening bringing rain, thunder storms and possible severe weather. I had not been back to the Peace River for a week and was thinking if the rain hits hard it will be another week before the river is back at a level for easy hunting. What to do? A look at the hourly forecast for the areas of Wachula and Bowling Green, FL showed a 5% chance of rain at 8 am Monday, 20% at noon and 40% by 2 pm. With that forecast I decided an early arriva
  16. The Dude

    Deer Tooth perhaps?

    Hi Again! Found this over the weekend really nice shape with full intact root. I think its actually 2 teeth stuck together. I did alot of searching, wasnt able to really find anything similar. hipparion; 3-toed horse? tapir perhaps or maybe a deer? any one reconize this? Thank you as always to the community! size is 1.25 Ince (31mm) wide and same from top to root. The teeth themselves are fully intact and small about 3/4 inch (19mm) the tooth on the left in first picture and 1/2" (12mm) on the right Hawthorn Group, Peace River Formation, Bone Valley Member which ran
  17. Can anyone help me ID this tiny tooth found in the Peace River near Arcadia, Florida?
  18. I went back to Zolfo Springs again yesterday to make use of the 94 degree day before the predicted cold front and rain came in. Nobody else on the river as the day was supposed to be pretty windy, but it held off almost until I was on my way back to the truck. Decent results with a bison incisor, nice little meg and mako and a cool little canine. The canine is about the length and contour as a domestic house cat and a little thinner and less curved than a raccoon. Nice day out.
  19. PODIGGER

    Unknown Partial Bones

    On my last visit to the Peace River I found several partial bones in the area where I found a piece of a mammoth/mastodon metatarsal. This is also the spot where I recovered a piece of jaw bone, carpal bone and teeth of mammoth and mastodon. The bones I am posting now are ones I am not sure are even enough to hope for an ID. If anyone has any ideas I would love to hear them. BONE #1: BONE #2: BONE#3: Thanks for loo
  20. Went to Zolfo Springs, Pioneer Park to put in for a trip on a very pleasant 92 degree Easter Sunday. Lots of people out, but most were doing the social distancing thing......many were not. As usual I was alone for most of my time on the river and it did turn out to be a rather productive day. Horse, camel/llama, gar, gator, Giant Tortoise, turtle, tons of shark teeth and the most interesting finds, 2 unusual osteoderms (top center in the picture). Using the 1/4" screen again to save my right arm muscles, slows down the process, but the tiny stuff makes the day feel more productive than shoveli
  21. digit

    Peace River ungual

    Spending some time in the house picking through some micro-matrix I collected last time I was out on the Peace River. The fine gravel is more worn and polished than from other sites (like Cookiecutter Creek) but that is to be expected since the Peace is a much larger waterway with a greater flow (especially in the summer when the gravel is being deposited). Most of the small shark teeth tend to be worn as well but not as much as you'd find from specimens picked up from the surf zone of places like Caspersen Beach in Venice, FL which produce a lot of teeth that look like they've been through a
  22. I couldn't stay away from the river any longer. 13 days without a fossil hunt and the Peace River at the lowest levels I have seen made for too much of a temptation. I figured I would head to a spot off the main river channel where people have passed me by before without even seeing me. It also allowed me to park in a different area. Where I had parked on the last visit was getting too busy with people swimming and fishing. Got to the river early, about 7:40 am and no one else was around. Loaded up and headed up river. Had to get out and walk a few times as I pulled the kayak over areas
  23. PODIGGER

    Proboscidian Metatarsal?

    Made it back to the Peace River today. I went back to a prior area where I have not seen many people in the past, trying to still avoid others. Came up with many pieces of bone. The one I am seeking input on is the only one that I think has a chance of being identified. Best I can come up with after research is a partial mammoth or mastodon metatarsal. This was found right where I discovered a proboscidian carpal bone and a partial jaw bone last year. Any input would be greatly appreciated.
  24. PODIGGER

    Help with unknown bones

    I found the below three bones in the same spot on my last visit to the Peace River. I have not had much luck trying to ID them. Maybe just because they are not preserved enough or whole enough to find a match. I am hoping someone might be able to make an ID based on the photos. I even suspected they may be all somehow related. I would appreciate any input. Thanks. All three together: The largest bone - partial small femur? Second bone - Carpal? Tarsal?
  25. Kevofossilhntr1

    Help identify peace river find!

    I found this down in the peace river Florida area and it’s got me stumped. 1 perfect tooth in the jaw section intact. A second tooth right behind it that looks split in half. Any ideas?
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