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Hello, some friends and I went fossil hunting at big Brook and found these. I do not believe any are concretions and I am certain all but the second and sixth ones are fossils but I could use some ids. I, and two other newbies to fossils, would appreciate any help. 

they are numbered. 

 

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Welcome to the Forum.  :)

You're going to have to post better pictures, preferably with a ruler or tape measure in the image.

Try taking them during daylight, outside.

 

Take the pictures of all sides - top, bottom, right side, left side, front, and back. Take the photos from directly above the items, looking straight down on them.

#4 - looks like a piece of ratfish jaw.

#5 - looks like a sawskate rostral spine/tooth.

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Ah sorry for the poor photos!

 

And thanks for the help. Will repost when I have better light 

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here are some hopefully better quality photos using natural and artificial light.

 

 

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Cropped and contrasted:

 

#2  - I think this is a fish bone, probably part of a skull.

 

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#3 Maybe fish bone?  Not sure.  Possibly part of a pectoral girdle.  Don't quote me on that, though.

 

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#5  Probably shell imprint.

 

 

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Hi,

 

4 is probably ratfish.

 

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agree w/ #4 as ratfish/Chimaera

 

#1 croc tooth?

 

 

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