Jeanette Pirlo

  • 14 hours, 39 minutes ago
    Jeanette Pirlo posted an image in the group Florida’s Fossils from the myFOSSIL app

    Agatized coral in the invert paleo collection at the Florida Museum #fossil

  • 2 days, 16 hours ago
    Jeanette Pirlo joined the group Bookworms
  • 6 days, 17 hours ago
    Jeanette Pirlo posted a new activity comment

    Looks like it could be dugong rib!

  • 1 week, 2 days ago
    Jeanette Pirlo posted a new activity comment

    Wednesdays are great for me

  • 1 week, 2 days ago
    Jeanette Pirlo posted a new activity comment

    I have class during both of these times on thursdays. Will we be scheduling a weekly (-ish) time for us to meet as a lab?

  • 1 week, 3 days ago
    Jeanette Pirlo posted an update in the group Bruce’s Paleo-Tutorial

    Will we be meeting this week @bmacfadden?

  • 1 week, 3 days ago
    Jeanette Pirlo posted a new activity comment

    Hi @jerry-hughes. thanks for all of the great context! I’ve tagged @imagallanes as he has experience with that area and has a background in pinnipeds. it does look like a pretty beat up canine of some sort. looks quite large.

  • 2 weeks, 5 days ago
    Jeanette Pirlo posted a new activity comment

    Hi Karen, looks like your nephew found a beautiful mastodon tooth with a good portion of the roots still intact! Fabulous find!

  • 2 weeks, 6 days ago
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  • 2 weeks, 6 days ago
    Jeanette Pirlo posted a new activity comment

    Hi @jerry-hughes can you give us some more info on the tooth? Where did you find it? etc. Thanks!

    • Thanks all, for your help. The fossils were found in the southern California desert. Other fossils that have been found in this area are anywhere from 4 to 6 m.y.o. so, I’m guessing these teeth are from that time period too. The teeth were deposited on what was the “guts” of the Grand Canyon and the common thought is that they were deposited there, much later of course, in what used to be a northern extension of the Sea of Cortez which has long retreated to its present location. It has been examined by other paleontologists who have “thought” they may be teeth from a seal but no confirmation on that. Just a guess. Other fossils found in that area have been from fish, invertebrates, but land animals too. These were located not far from where fossilized walrus bones have been found. Thank you all for looking at this and hopefully we will be able to pinpoint from what animal it’s from. 🙂

  • 3 weeks, 6 days ago
    Jeanette Pirlo posted an image in the group Vacation Explorers from the myFOSSIL app

    When you get a 3D printer for Christmas and check your settings by printing this big (little) guy 😍🦖🦖🦖 #method

  • 3 weeks, 6 days ago
    Jeanette Pirlo posted a new activity comment

    How did you figure out my title Victor?!

  • 1 month ago
    Jeanette Pirlo posted a new activity comment

    How big is this specimen? Great shot!

  • 1 month ago
    Jeanette Pirlo posted an image in the group iDigFossils Montbrook Dig from the myFOSSIL app

    Found this minuscule snake vertebra in the same jacket as the shark tooth. This image was taken through a microscope eye piece. #fossil #collectionsite

  • 1 month ago
    Jeanette Pirlo posted an image in the group Shocking Shark Teeth from the myFOSSIL app

    Who ate who? Beautiful shark tooth inside a Gomphothere mouth! #fossil

  • 1 month ago
    Jeanette Pirlo posted a new activity comment

    Hemipristis serra!

  • 1 month ago
    Jeanette Pirlo posted an image in the group Paleo Pics from the myFOSSIL app

    How cool is this preserved foot of a Chorobates from Bolivia collected in 1992?

  • 1 month ago
    Jeanette Pirlo posted a new activity comment

    I think it may be a 7-Gill shark tooth fragment

  • 1 month ago
    Jeanette Pirlo posted a new activity comment

    Totally from a shark! Fish have an hourglass shape vertebra while sharks have this very rounded shape.

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