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  1. Vae70

    Ramanessin Brook ID help

    Hi folks, newbie looking for some help IDing finds from a couple of trips to the NJ brooks. I think I have the correct IDs on most of what I have collected but am stumped on the largest tooth I have found as well as a couple of others Mystery tooth anterior view Mystery tooth posterior view Categorization page #1 Top to bottom - Goblin Shark / Ammonite Fragment / Crab or Lobster claw piece / Sawfish Rostral Teeth / Crow Shark Categorization page #1 Top to bottom - Goblin Shark (Lateral) / Teeth I can't ID / big myster
  2. Snaggle_tooth

    Ramanessin Bone Fragment?

    Out hunting on the Ram, came across this odd piece, my mind immediately jumped to a bone fragment of a large aquatic reptile, the holes in it are like nothing I've ever seen, and it feels lighter than a rock of similar size. So, I'm hopeful, any ideas or help would be awesome! Thanks guys!
  3. Found this today out at the brooks, stumped on what it could be - never seen this kind of patterning on anything from the brooks before. Perhaps some sort of armor plate?
  4. My friend found this in Ramanessin Brook. I have found a Giant Beaver tooth before in Big Brook, but lost it. Can anyone let me know if this is another Giant Beaver Tooth.
  5. Familyroadtrip

    NJ shark tooth ID

    Hi, can anyone identify this shark tooth for me, I found it at Ramanessin brook the other day and I’ve looked on all the New Jersey fossil identification websites But can’t seem to find a good match. Tia.
  6. Familyroadtrip

    Big Brook or Ramanessin...

    Hi, I’m hoping to get to big brook or ramanessin brook this week and was wondering which I would have a better chance at finding a mosasaur tooth, and, if there are any other places I’d have better chance at finding one?
  7. Found this tooth in Ramanessin in Holmdel, NJ. It is about 1.4" long, and it is missing about 1/4 of the top. There are striations along the entire length on all sides, and the top of the tooth has a very faint slightly raised line, but not to the extent of the Mosasaur teeth that I've found previously, so I'm leaning towards it being a Crocodile tooth, or possibly some other species. I figured I would ask for some opinions, since I am far from an expert. Thanks in advance for any input.
  8. jonnyquest

    Cretaceous New Jersey find

    Hi, I found this fossil at Ramanessin Brook in New Jersey while sifting the gravel beds. It's fully fossilized. The Brook is late Cretaceous and approximately 74 million years old. I would really appreciate any comments as to what it is.
  9. Dane Transue

    Please help identify

    Hello. On July 20th 2019 I collected this fossil from Ramanessin Brook in Colts Neck, NJ. The dimensions are 2 1/4 inches long, 1 1/8 inch wide at the top, tapering to 1/2 inch at the bottom. There is a notch a half inch from the bottom on one side. If anyone knows what it is please let me know. Thank you.
  10. Trevor

    Ramanessin

    From the album: Field Pictures

  11. Hello everyone, had a super quick trip to the cretaceous creeks of new jersey and found this particularly interesting large bone fragment, likely it is a chunk of miscellaneous bone material but it reminds me alot of a scute like ankylosaurus or some sort of other bone scute especially the edge, or from maybe something like a large turtle but I am entirely not sure if it's dinosaur, marine reptile, etc or if there is anyway to tell, looks super suspicious to me anyways so if anyone has any ideas I'd definitely love to hear them. (If more pictures are needed I will definitely be able to get som
  12. Hi everyone, I just returned from a summer in northern New Jersey and had the chance to fossil hunt at the Ramanessin Brook site near Holmdel, New Jersey. We went on 7/28 after a series of heavy rainstorms, so we knew we would have an easy time at finding recently exposed material. We found the usual cretaceous shark teeth fossils, and then perching on the river rocks was this beautiful lower jawbone. I have included a photo of how it was found and the general site area. The jawbone itself does not appear fossilized with minerals and looks quite porous, while I am assuming the den
  13. PaleoNoel

    ID for Ramanessin Brook Teeth

    Back in 2016 I went fossil hunting in Ramanessin Brook, New Jersey. I found plenty of shark teeth as usual (Squalicorax, Scapanorhynchus, Archaeolamna etc.) and a few small invertebrates. But two teeth looked different from the rest. Since then I have just referred to them as fish teeth but I'm not sure how accurate that is. Mosasaur teeth are apparently found regularly at Ramanessin and I have heard of people finding crocodile teeth as well. The potential reptile tooth is very small, which is what made me think that it came from a fish originally. I'm not sure what the more striated tooth bel
  14. Greetings everyone, this is Trevor. This is the second edition of my quests into the Cretaceous streams of New Jersey. As before, I will tell you the stories that go along with each of the five trips in every episode. Each trip has a unique title that I feel best displays the overall sentiments of the expedition. I am going to college in Ohio in late August and will only be able to fossil hunt in New Jersey during summer's and winter breaks. Additionally, I may begin to post Ohio episodes throughout the coming years. Well, thank you for coming here and let the stories commence! Vi
  15. Hello fellow fossil forum members this is Trevor. This is the first episode of hopefully many displaying my hunts into the Cretaceous streams of New Jersey. Within each episode there will be five stories (in this case four since I was too impatient) that are five of my hunts. I will title each hunt according to how I felt on it and I will title each episode based on my expectations or what I desire to find. Mechanized Depression (Hunt 1): Duration, 3.5 hours. My grandma and I drove up to a small cretaceous stream on April 22nd. The forecast predicted rain and the forecast was corre
  16. Seventy-two million years ago, the place I live was underwater where sharks and all marine life swam. A shark shed its teeth frequently in its lifetime. No wonder the most of the fossils we found are shark teeth. The biggest one we found is approximately 2 inches long. The smallest is 1/10 of its size, both shiny and perfect. On our first trip, we met two ladies coming out of the trail. She frequents to the site weekly along with her sister. Her face lightened up when she showed us the "treasures" she found stored in a small Mentos mint box. " You will enjoy it. It
  17. brad hinkelman

    id help please ,ramanessin brook nj

    started a month ago with this new exciting hobby....found some nice stuff today at ramanessin brook,only second time there,know what most is but if someone can help me on the find in picture please,its about a inch long.....thanks
  18. shaqair23

    Ramanessin Brook

    Please help me identify anything of the following with which you are familiar. Thanks in advance.
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