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  1. Gwendolyn

    Help

    Does anyone know what this is found in backyard VID_20210410_094153213.mp4 16180656678183378705414437170539.jpg
  2. I found this partial nautiloid at Jacksboro. Finis Shale member, Graham Formation, Pennsylvanian. The odd part is how deep the umbilicus is. There was just enough of it to see a piece of intact inner whorl for the profile and some septa to know about how much bigger it could have been if an adult. There was also a piece of the flank broken back with tubercles. I made the clay model of what it might have looked like whole but left off most of the tubercles. I will add photos comparing it to a Metacoceras fragment of about the same diameter that shows the depth from the flank to the previous who
  3. I think the cylindrical ones are crinoids but not sure on the cones Garage sale find in NW San Antonio. May or may not be from San Antonio. One of the cones is broken in half (pictured) and the broken sides of some cones (also pictured) I noticed that the cones have a line going down from tip to the bottom (one pictured) Please help ID
  4. Hey Everyone, I was wondering if anyone knew whether or not it is allowed to remove fossils from the Spring Creek in Garland, Tx. I have not found anything definite. Might just be tired though. Thanks for any help, Planko
  5. Planko

    Tylosaurus Tooth

    From the album: Planko NSR Collection

  6. Ok, probably not a hot dog. Plus it is too small. This was found at NSR. Measures 3in x .75in x 1.25in. Probably geological but cannot help but think there is more. Correct all wise people.
  7. Here I am again. I found some really cool stuff yesterday and today but need some help. All found NSR. Most red matrix which I am not use to. I normally stick away from there as that is where everyone goes but couldn't resist. Any help is appreciated. ...This if four of maybe four... Ok, I do believe this is geological but i unusual to my simple eye.
  8. Here I am again. I found some really cool stuff yesterday and today but need some help. All found NSR. Most red matrix which I am not use to. I normally stick away from there as that is where everyone goes but couldn't resist. Any help is appreciated. This is two of four....well maybe five if I decide to get up and take some more pics.... Red matrix....unusual design.
  9. Here I am again. I found some really cool stuff yesterday and today but need some help. All found NSR. Most red matrix which I am not use to. I normally stick away from there as that is where everyone goes but couldn't resist. Any help is appreciated. First grouping is what i believe is a part or fragment. Not sure of what though?
  10. My daughter and I went fossil hunting on Post Oak Creek in Sherman, Tx. We found a few shark teeth, a few Mosasaur teeth, and a few different shells and a couple of just interesting looking things. pics:
  11. LBI

    Scute and spikes?

    Found in Bandera County Texas. Not sure of period, possibly found in a terrace deposit.
  12. LBI

    Scutes?

    Are these scutes? Found in Bandera County TX. Glen Rose formation.
  13. Good evening I just now found this tooth so I begin digging around and have discovered the maxilla in the mandible including a whole bunch of teeth! But they are falling apart! I have pieces parts of everything else besides this one tooth! Does anybody happen to know what animal would have A tooth like this?
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  15. Kimberly RM

    Rocks galore

    hopefully these little videos will work because I have a hard time with the pictures this may be easier for y’all to understand my question? 59223650294__99B2EC9F-02CA-48F9-B59F-077E7F7938F3.MOV
  16. M&T Diggers

    Post Oak Creek Sherman Tx

    We are back asking for more help. Hope we do not wear out our welcome. LOL. We are very excited about our new hobby close to home and you all have been great help. We went to post oak creek in Sherman TX today. Please let us know if better pics are needed. We think A. Is just a modern piece of bone from a deer, pig, cow, etc... We posted it in the pic just to help is learn. If better pics of other pieces are needed please reply and we will take them. M & T
  17. Hello all, I recently discovered some awesome petrified wood in some large landscape river rock near my office. I have always collected petrified wood since I was a kid and this peaked my interest again. In an attempt to find out more about the wood, I found out that the rock was taken from the Colorado River near La Grange, TX. As I was collecting more specimens, I came across this which appears to be fossilized bone. It is much lighter than what a rock that size would be and has many odd features that seem to resemble bone. Can you guys offer some knowledge on whether you think t
  18. Our second summer trip was up to the Glen Rose, TX area. We rented a great place via Home Away that had a fossil hunting spot. Super convenient when the heat was >110F. We hit the Dinosaur Valley State Park and went fossil hunting at the property we stayed at. Found lots of great cretaceous fossils. Still trying to identify a bunch of them. We found heart urchins, devil's toenails, I think there are some Oxytropidoceras fragments, etc. Oxytropidoceras fragments? Not sure what this is yet.
  19. finderskeepers78

    Looking for ID on tooth

    Not sure what in the world this is. Any ideas? Found in the North Sulphur River.
  20. tjcintx

    lost tx counties fossil chart

    Lost pdf chart I found onlune when I got new phone and cant find it online. It listed tx counties, areas and types of finds to be found there. Anyone know what I am talking about and can lead me to page to download again. On road trip and wish I had it!
  21. finderskeepers78

    Geode??

    Is this anything? Best pic I could get. The green area is crystal like and shiney.
  22. Found this specimen in Post Oak Creek in North Texas. For those unfamiliar it cuts through Cretaceous era deposits. Appears to me to be a very worn jawbone fragment. Strange to me though how the "teeth" appear to be clustered as opposed to having a linear orientation. Mosasaur and Plesiosaur teeth and jawbones have been found in this area, but not sure if this looks like either. Any suggestions?
  23. Trackerman

    Help identify

    I found this about 30 years ago in a creek by my house. No one has been able to identify it yet. Any help would be appreciated.
  24. rwise

    Brachiopod from Jacksboro, TX

    Looking for help on an id for the following brachiopod from Jacksboro, TX. Scale is in centimeters. Formation is the Finis Shale of the Graham Formation, Pennsylvanian. Thanks in advance for your help.
  25. (Julia)

    Doctor?

    Please take a look at this. It's about 8"x4"x5"... guessing. But extremely interesting. I found it in a creek bed here in Round Rock TX. What is it?
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