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  1. Good afternoon everyone. I recently acquired a Triceratops Scapula that had been glued back together with hot glue. Any suggestions on what would be the best method of removing that so I can do it the proper way? Thank you in advance. Sincerely, J
  2. A few weeks ago I decided to take the kids to my local park. They are building houses in this area and completed a new road which made getting to this park much quicker. Now instead of going way around it's only about a mile from my house and a much more direct shot. On the drive to the park I looked over to my right and saw some red/orange soil. The only formation in this area with that color is the Woodbine formation. "Odd," I thought. "The nearest Woodbine outcrop on the geological map is miles from here." I told my kids we were gonna make a quick pit stop for 10 minutes or so t
  3. Rypick

    River Scapula?

    My son found this in the Mississippi River in St. Paul, MN. I thought maybe it was a scapula, but I really have no idea. Anyone out there know what it is? Thanks!
  4. CornyCook

    Manatee Scapula

    With a quick google image search, I’m left to believe this is a manatee scapula. Is this correct and is there any other information y’all may have? It’s not fossilized, but I think it’s pretty cool!
  5. mcclarnonjeff0

    Bone. Scapula?

    It looks like a scapula to me not sure
  6. mcclarnonjeff0

    Bones 1

  7. Hi all, I had a fairly productive first outing to Westmoreland State Park but I have no idea what any of the fossils I found are. I am happy to provide close-ups of any of the individual fossils, and in addition to the photos here, I posted some to imgur to get around the size restriction here. https://imgur.com/gallery/2uIedQS Thanks for your help!
  8. tmac

    is this a scapula

    Found on the beach of Amelia Island. I think it's a small scapula, but not sure. Any help is appreciated.
  9. Fossil-Collecter

    Pleistocene Scapula Fossil

    This scapula fragment was found along a Mississippi creek. It was found in close proximity to a well mineralized deer jaw. The cup portion of the scapula measures about two inches. Does anyone know what animal this may of came from? I believe it's from the pleistocene epoch.
  10. Hi all, I acquired a partial Spinosauridae caudal spine recently from the Kem Kem Beds. However, I was told that this is a dinosauria indet. rib. The digger who provided me the fossil is experienced and trustworthy. Still, I would like to hear your thoughts on this fossil. Thank you. EDIT: Two others suggested that this is part of a scapula
  11. JohnBrewer

    Ichthyosaur scapula

    Lit: De La Beche & Conybeare (1821), Conybeare (1822), Owen (1840, 1851, 1881, 1849-84).
  12. garyc

    Bison or horse scapula

    Can anyone here differentiate a scapula from horse or bison? I’ve seen countless images on line, but I’m still stumped by what I have here.
  13. LordTrilobite

    Spinosaur Shoulder Blade

    Partial right shoulder blade of a Spinosaurid. Very similar to that of the neotype skeletal reconstruction of Spinosaurus aegyptiacus. There are several large gnaw marks on the lateral side of the bone.
  14. I_gotta_rock

    Turtle (?) Scapula

    From the album: Calvert Cliffs

    Scapula found on the beach at cliff base. I can't find anything in the fossil field guides, but a comparison of scapula bones from extant animals shows a close match between this and a turtle's scapula. Miocene Calvert Group Virginia
  15. I_gotta_rock

    Mystery Scapula

    I found this scapula this weekend along the Potomac River in Virginia. It's a vertebrate. That's all I know for sure. Most of the cliff next to the beach where I found it is miocene marine, but the very top is pleistocene terrestrial. The grid is in inches.
  16. sharko69

    Fossil Scapula

    Found this small bone that appears to be a scapula from something but unsure what ot could be from. Found on the beach in Galveston, TX. Possibly Pleistocene. Any ideas?
  17. Hi there! I found this piece while walking a beach on lake Champlain in the adirondack Mountains, anyone know what the hell it is from? My first thoughts were a scapula? I don’t have the slightest clue about this stuff, I’ve found lots of cool things while metal detecting, and hunting for arrow heads, but this is perplexing! Maybe it’s nothing cool, or maybe it belonged to champs great great grandpa Thanks everyone !
  18. Ok this might be the most stupid question you have even had on here but it's bugging me and can't seem to get any good pages or images on google, and it is basically to do with the scapula and coracoid, how would it have been attached to the main skeletal system of theropods? as from looking at museum's and models it seem like it is just slapped on the side of the ribs which would not have provided much support or structure, and with sauropods would it have been attached to fused vertebrae like it would be for sacral vertebrae? Thanks for you time to read this. Matt
  19. doushantuo

    the not so cold shoulder

    jasmyolscapulcaj.1096-3642.2006.00200.x.pdf
  20. Found yesterday in Peace River. I guess scapula of something. Would you please ID. TY
  21. Frostedoddity

    A couple old finds to ID

    Both of these fossils come from Peace river in Florida. Judging from the edge and size I'm wondering if the top one is from the scapula of a mammoth/mastodon? Either that or something from a whale. Any ideas? The bottom is an armadillo scute that I once mistook for scrap bone and left in the scrap box until being rediscovered. Any way to tell if it's Holmesia septentrionalisis or Holmesina floridanus? Thanks
  22. Jamzman

    Plesiosaur Scapula

    Can anyone tell me if I am on the right track. I collected this fossil in a creek bed in North Texas consisting of mostly upper cretaceous limestone with many bivalves, ammonites, etc. It appears to be a scapula to me possibly from a plesiosaur. Can anyone offer any input?
  23. reddesilets

    Not fossils, but amazing anyway

    From the album: First Fossil Hunt - Summerville, SC

    These were not fossilized; however, they were well worthy of being added to today's collection. On the right is a piece of a turtle shell and on the left is a scapula. After looking up what a turtle scapula looks like, it isn't from the turtle the shell came from (me flexing my desire to possibly pursue forensic anthropology; yes I know it isn't human, but still). Comparison between human and turtle scapulae: http://www.riken.jp/~/media/riken/import/en/info/release/press/2009/090710/image/01.gif
  24. flinter

    Large Scapula Id Help Please

    Hi all, Anybody able to help with the ID of this large scapula end? Found this in the imported backfill of a local quarry here in the UK. Judging from its very large size, I was speculating that it could be from an Auroch, however someone has also suggested it looks like a woolly rhino scapular. Measurments. Width at Top ; 138mm. Width at minimum shaft taper 110mm. Thickness 25mm to 37mm. (5 inches, 4 1/4 inches, 1.5 inch) Thanks in advance.
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