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  1. Hay hi Folks, Got another puzzler (to Me) for ID. Scale is in millimeters.
  2. Brett Breakin' Rocks

    Isurus planus 01

    From the album: Sharks and their prey ....

    Isurus planus Sharktooth Hill Bakersfield, CA

    © Matthew Brett Rutland

  3. Brett Breakin' Rocks

    Isurus planus 02

    From the album: Sharks and their prey ....

    Isurus planus Sharktooth Hill Bakersfield, CA

    © Matthew Brett Rutland

  4. Brett Breakin' Rocks

    Isurus planus 03

    From the album: Sharks and their prey ....

    Isurus planus Sharktooth Hill Bakersfield, CA

    © Matthew Brett Rutland

  5. Brett Breakin' Rocks

    Isurus planus 04

    From the album: Sharks and their prey ....

    Isurus planus Sharktooth Hill Bakersfield, CA

    © Matthew Brett Rutland

  6. Brett Breakin' Rocks

    Isurus planus 05

    From the album: Sharks and their prey ....

    Isurus planus Sharktooth Hill Bakersfield, CA

    © Matthew Brett Rutland

  7. Desert_survivor

    Tiny Meg or wishful thinking?

    Hi everyone, I was going through some tiny teeth from a recent trip to Ernst quarries (Bakersfield; round mountain silt; ~ 15 mya) and came across this intriguing little tooth. It is ~11 mm and serrated on both sides. Is this a tiny meg or just wishful thinking?
  8. Kurt Komoda

    Ernst Quarries Question

    Hello. I'm going to be driving out to the west coast this week and I've really been wanting to visit the Ernst Quarries for the first time. On the website, apparently you need to reserve a spot, so I'm looking at October 18th and 19th, which show as available on the calendar. I submitted a request, but my firewall tried to block the the next page that occurred after submitting it. I'm pretty sure it went through, but I was paranoid, so I also texted the number on the site asking about the reservation. That was on Monday, October 8th. I haven't heard anything back. Is this normal? There's an em
  9. I was wondering if anyone would be interested in trading trips to fossil collecting sites. I want to go hunt fossils in the Peace River next Feburary, in return I can provide a collecting trip to Sharktooth hill (or a bunch of STH fossils). Anyone interested?
  10. Bullhead shark anterior tooth from micro matrix collected at Ernst Quarries.
  11. Found in micro matrix collected at Ernst Quarries.
  12. This is a proximal manual phalanx of Allodesmus kernensis from digit 1 (thumb). I found this phalix on a trip to the pay to dig site while looking for shark teeth.
  13. ynot

    Is it a megalodon?

    Hey hi Y'all,'I found this while re-searching through My collection of teeth from Sharktooth hill. Is it a megalodon?
  14. ynot

    Sharktooth hill unknown.

    Something for Y'all to ponder on.... Scale is in millimeter.
  15. Found these while searching some of the very fine matrix from Sharktooth hill. My first thought was a cusp from a shark tooth, but they have no damage other than no root. Had a couple of other thoughts, but they did not fit either. This left Me with fish tooth as the most likely candidate. Please help to deny or confirm this idea. Scale in millimeters. Thanks for any help, Tony
  16. Hi all, can anyone tell if this is a dolphin tooth, and what species it is? It's a gift from @JBMugu It comes from Sharktooth Hill of Bakerfield, California. Round Mountain Silt Member of the Temblor Formation. It measures 1.7 inches long. Could it be Kentriodon?
  17. ynot

    Allodesmus kernensis

    Allodesmus kernensis mandible with canine and 2 post canine teeth. There is also an upper incisor from an Allodesmus kernensis and a cetacean vertebra in matrix.
  18. Hey all I found this little phalanx(?) at Sharktooth Hill. Can You help Me identify it? Scale bar is 2 cm. Thank Y'all for the help. Tony
  19. ynot

    Pinniped metatarsal?

    Hey Y'all, I was cleaning some matrix pieces and this was exposed. I think it is an Allodesmus metatarsal but would like other (more informed) opinions on it. Thanks Everyone. Ynot
  20. Hello, These two teeth were found at the Ernst Quarries Slow Curve Quarry in Bakersfield. These two are quite distinct and unlike anything else in my collection so far. I think they may be megamouth teeth, but I know those are quite rare. The roots look similar also to a lower snaggletooth or a tiger shark with a fairly pronounced lingual protuberance. Any help would be appreciated. Another photo.
  21. Well I was bored and started looking at a box of bones and such scraps that I had brought back from my last trip to Sharktooth Hill in California last Summer (I tend to collect just about everything that looks like something from the sifter). As I was scrutinizing what's what, I discovered two pieces fit together and Shazam, an Allodesmus tooth!!! I quickly glued it back together and now have a nice piece. Lesson learned: it sometimes pays to revisit your finds with a fresh pair of eyes.
  22. My wife and I worked the Slow Curve location at Ernst Quarries (Sharktooth Hill, Bakersfield, California) this past weekend and collected an exceptional C. hastalis from the bone bed. This is a very large lower tooth that measures 3.25" and is in pristine condition. I saw a post recently about Sharktooth Hill mentioning the road to East quarry was closed due to recent rain damage and questioning whether the Slow Curve location (the only location still open) is still productive. I can assure everyone it is a productive location to dig for middle Miocene marine fossils. In addition to this lar
  23. Monica

    Sharktooth Hill shark teeth

    Hello all! Well, I've done an initial search of the Sharktooth Hill matrix that @ynot sent me this week, and I'd like some help identifying some of the larger shark teeth - please and thank you! I think I'm right about the first three but I'm not so sure about the fourth since the root is worn down or covered by matrix, so it doesn't look exactly like the others - thoughts? I'm pretty sure about the one on the right but less sure about the one on the left - I did lump them together, though, since they both have a pretty obviously serrated shoulders. (
  24. ynot

    Whale teeth(?)

    Hey hi Folks, I was wanting to see if I could get a better idea of the identity of these teeth. scale is in inches. They have a faint carinae (cutting edge) that has weak serrations at the lower part of the edge.This feature is on the inside of the curve of the tooth, but not centered. It is more apparent on the darker crown. The darker tooth also has a second serrated carinae that splits at the base (forming an upside down "Y") Thanks for Y'All's knowledge and help. Ynot
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