One afternoon produced the most teeth we've ever collected in a single
outing. I haven't bother to count them, but at one point Bob had over 20
teeth in one sift full. Other notables for the day included a large
unidentifiable vert, several turtle scutes, some nice ray verts and five
mosasaur teeth (all broken, except for one stream worn tooth).
The results of one afternoon of collecting
Monmouth County, NJ
Unidentifiable vertebrae. I have my own guess as to what
this is, but
with the critical markings not intact it's only fair to say unknown.
A couple of the turtle scutes we found.
Both of these are peripherals.
An assortment of a few of the afternoons finds. Some decent sized teeth
popped up here and there during the day.
This mosasaur tooth would have been nice if it wasn't split in half.
Obviously I have the good half showing.
I have collected a fair amount of these teeth, the ones in decent shape
small, the bigger ones, stream worn or broken.
I'm gunning for that one big perfect tooth.