Cretaceous Era (65 - 150 Million Years Ago)

Fossil finds from Dallas, Ft. Worth, Lake Benbrook. Post Oak Creek and North Sulfer River

Since North Texas and Central Texas are both predominantly Cretaceous Era and consequently share many of the same fossil species, I am only posting images of fossils I have specifically found in North Texas.

Mosasaur Jaw Fragment

Size 2 inches

Mosasaur Vertebrae

Size 2 inches

Plesiosaur Vertebrae

Size 3 inches

Shark Tooth Cretodus sp

2 inches Dallas County

Eagle Ford Form.

Shark Tooth Squalicorax sp.

1 inch Ellis C ounty

Eagle Ford Form.

Shark Tooth Ptychodus whipplei

1 Inch Ellis County

Eagle Ford Form

Sawfish Tooth Texatrygon hooveri

1/4 Inch Ellis County

Atco Form.

Shark Tooth Scapanorhynchus texanus

1 1/2 Inch Fannin County


Shark Tooth Pseudocorax sp.

1/4 Inch Ellis County

Atco Form.

Shark Chiloscyllium greeni

Size 1/16 inch

Shark Rhinobatos lobatus

Size 1/16 inch

Sawfish Ischyrhiza schneideri

Size 1/16 inch

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Ammonite Scaphites

Size: 3 Inches

Ammonite Menabites delawarensis

Ammonite Pachydiscus

Size 2 Inches

Crab Claw

Size 1/8 inch

Crab Claw

Size 1/4 inch

Crab Claw

Size 1/4 inch

Unknown Vertebra

Size 1/8 Inch

Shark Vertebras

Size 1/8 inch

Fish Vertebra

Siize 1/4 inch

Turtle Plastron

2 Inches Fannin County

Ozan Form.

Turtle Coracoid Bone

Size 2 inches

Ozan Form.

Turtle Plastron

Size 1 Inch

Atco Form.

Ammonite Baculites

2 Inches Fannin County,

Ozan Form.

Gastropod Unknown sp.

1/2 Inch Fannin County,

Ozan Form.

Ammonite Baculites

3 Inches Fannin County,

Ozan Form.

Echinoid Heteraster mexicanus

2 Inches Tarrant County

Kiamichi Formation

Bivalve Trigonia sp

2 Inches Tarrant County

Kiamichi Formation

Oyster Chondodonta sp.

2 Inches

Bivalve Lopha

Size 2 inches

Bivalve Unknown

Size 1 inch

Bivalve Exogyra sp.

Size 3 inches