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  1. jeremy.greene

    Found Awhile Back, Woodbine

    First time post on forum for id, enchodus?plesiosaur?
  2. crystalemmaava

    Help Identifying?

    These were found on the beach of north carolina.. hoping someone will know some or all.. Thanks!!
  3. wereiartm

    Where there is Land...Once was Sea

    From the album: My fossil art

    Colored Pencil

    © ¬© Mike Menasco

  4. From the album: My fossil art

    Colored Pencil

    © ¬© Mike Menasco

  5. Fossil-Hound

    Calvert Cliffs - 2Nd Trip

    The images linked to this blog entry are from my second trip to the Calvert Cliff formations (St. Mary's). Not a bad day considering the tide was rather high, the waves choppy, and a large group of loud students from the University of Salisbury showed up. Ran into two other forum members; wolffish and randsphilly
  6. I posted these in the 'gallery' area, but haven't got many views so I thought I'd try them in here. I don't know if pics tell the full story, but I'm hoping maybe someone has found them before and knows what they are. To my 'rookie' eye, they appear to be teeth because of the unique striations. I thought they may be petrified wood at first, but I've found a lot of that now and no longer think it is so I'm now leaning towards teeth. I'm sorry, I haven't figured out yet how to post the pics in here since I posted the gallery from a different computer. Please check out the album through th
  7. Hey Guys, Thought I would start a thread showing some of the more notable finds lately. These are 2013 finds so far. Since there are several pictures, it will take a few posts within this thread. I have to say that most my dives don't include unusual finds. You have to go through a lot of more common material before you find some nicer stuff. I hope you enjoy! Jason This first is a grouping of nicer C. angustidens with the biggest being a little over 4".
  8. Fossil-Hound

    2013 04 05 16.51.58

    From the album: Calvert Cliffs

    These are fragments of prehistoric sting ray teeth plates. Rays used these plates to crush crestaceous matter.
  9. Fossil-Hound

    Calvert Cliffs, Md

    These are my recent finds from a March 2013 trip to Calvert Cliffs, MD. The image you see is of the Maryland state fossil, Ecphora. Didn't find an intact megaladon this time, but I'll go back out.
  10. ted coulianos

    Bat Jaw Redux

    Apparently what I thought was a bat jaw from a Pleistocene cave deposit turned out (as jpc pointed out) to be the mandible of a fossil shrew. This prompted me to revisit another specimen that I think might be closer my original i.d. I think it matches closely to other specimens found at the same locality http://www.indiana9fossils.com/vertebrates/Bats.htm This particular specimen is missing a few teeth unfortunately, unlike the shrew jaw which was more complete; had to perform a little micropaleo repair on it, too, since it was in 3 pieces. I know I've got another vial of bones & tee
  11. ted coulianos

    Bat Jaw

    thought I'd share this little gem; Pleistocene bat jaw from a place called Cavetown, Maryland; limestone cave deposits full of bones. this lower jaw was intact, however I have another one that I had to stich together under a microscope; hope the picture shows suffucient detail; has very tiny & delicate 3-cusped teeth.
  12. This post will have several posts underneath due to having larger photos this time around. February was my birthday month and what better way to celebrate my birthday than to convince the family to go fossil hunting with me right?! We headed to the Jacksboro Spillway for a day of hunting. Roz was already there when we arrived and as usual it's always nice to see her. This was the first time that I have ever been to the spillway and it's always a treat/shock when you arrive somewhere you've never been before because 1) you never know what you will find, and 2) you have to adjust yourself
  13. happy2Bhere

    Post Oak Creek Modest Finds

    I am new to this forum, and have so enjoyed reading all your posts! I have learned so much! I made a solitary journey to Post Oak Creek this morning, after a meeting at work, and had a great time! The findings were modest, but it was a beautiful morning!!! I decided I would add to the chatter here, also see if I can post a picture, for a change, rather than only viewing. Have a wonderful week, all! Kay
  14. DeloiVarden

    River Finds From February

    Here are a few of the fossils I found in February. The meg measures about 5 3/4" and weighs a little over a pound while the ray plate almost 4" across the widest point. I was working my way up the river in a crazy rocky place and all of a sudden in the open was this tooth. The serration are pretty good considering the beat up display side of the tooth. I suspect that though the meg may not have rolled or moved much, a bunch of rocks have moved over it before I got there. And then there are some colorful makos. The bottom right mako is almost shaped like a planus, though I would guess it
  15. All of these items were found in/on the beach where they dredge the savannah river. This is 12 cm long and 12 cm wide. It weighs 2.6 pounds. These 2 pictures are the same item from different views. it is 6 cm long and 4 cm wide This is 2.5 cm long and 3 cm wide and 2 cm thick Found several like these, this one is 5 cm long these three pictures are all the same thing. 6 cm long 4.5 cm long, 1/2 cm thick, striated on both sides.
  16. nchazarra

    Teeth And Jaw

    I have found these specimens on spanish pliocene fluviodeltaic sediments. Any help with the ids? Thanks in advance!
  17. DeloiVarden

    2011 Cooper River Dive

    This is a rather old video, but shows my brother and I taking the plunge in the Cooper River in search of big megs.
  18. PrehistoricFlorida

    Colorful Tapir Jaw

    Sometimes when a fossil is found one side is exposed while there is still more buried beneath the sand, gravel, or clay. This can create very contrasting colors like those seen on this tapir mandible. The left jaw was exposed to the dark tannic water, while the right jaw was still buried in the blue clay. This specimen was found in North Florida.
  19. Joyce


    Hi ya'll! I am looking to purchase some books. (I know. I know. We have SO many references online why do I need books?) I would like them not only to help with tooth and fossil ID but about epochs, evolution/lineage of sharks and discussions there about. I love reading about debated discussions on shark lineage. Areas I have hunted (and plan on hunting soon) include eastern Virginia, Calvert Cliffs of MD and Eastern NC including Aurora, GMR, and the near coastal of NC. Any suggestions would be appreciated!
  20. rwhitty2012

    A Few Florida Finds

    I wanted to share a few of my finds from this year, but cannot create an album yet. These are from several different trips out to the Peace River. The lighting was not ideal, but I tried to get the photos to where you can see the finer details. If you have more info on the specific species these may belong to, please let me know. Fish Scales Fish Mouth Plates Turtle Spur Glyptodon Scutes A few teeth front and back - The one on the left may be a fish tooth, the others may be incisors but of what animal I am not sure. They all have a polished, glossy feel to them.
  21. Mike from North Queensland

    Dental Hygene

    Has anyone ever noticed tooth decay on any of the teeth they have collected?? If so what species / environment did it come from?? I picked this tooth out from my micro sieving that I do at home because it is a completely different shape to all the other teeth that I find in where I collect. Having said that when I had it photographed I noted that the tooth has a lot of surface decay and when looked at through a dissecting microscope there are some very very small holes in it. The tooth was collected from cretaceous matrix that had shark and fish teeth, none of which had any decay evident. T
  22. dex

    Fossil Indentification

    Hi, Glad to be part of this forum. I purchased a fossil from tokyo science co ltd that is supposed to be a mosasuar tooth fossil. I just like to get some help in identifying the authenticity. Thanks! Uploaded with ImageShack.us
  23. Waller

    Dinosaur Tooth?

    Hi everyone, I found this fossil several years ago and I stumbled across it when cleaning the attic yesterday. Does anyone in here know what kind of fossil might be? http://bildr.no/view/1318619
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