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    From the album Cretaceous

    Inoceramus sp. (bivalve shell) Upper Cretaceous Basal Navesink Formation Monmouth Group Bayonet Farm Holmdel, NJ.
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    From the album Collection Showroom

    Orthacanthus senckenbergianus, permian , 290 Mio, Location Niederkirchen, with Aeduella , Branchiosaurus, Acanthodi, etc
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    From the album Collection Showroom

    Mixed fossils from the centre of the `Rotliegend`Saar-Nahe-Senke - Locations Odernheim, Rehborn, Raumbach, Jeckenbach Amphibians and fishes
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    From the album Triassic

    Diplurus newarki (coelacanth skull) Upper Triassic Lockatong Formation Newark Supergroup Granton Quarry North Bergen, N.J. A gift from Fossildude19, collected 11/27/17
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    From the album MY FOSSIL Collection - Dpaul7

    Declivolithus alfredi Trilobite SITE LOCATION: Ourzazate, Morocco TIME PERIOD: Ordovician Era (443 to 485 million years ago) Here is a FAINT VERY RARE and absolutely 100% natural Declivolithus cf. alfredi Trilobite Fossil specimen that was found near Ourzazate, Morocco. Trinucleidae is a family of small to average size asaphid trilobites that first occurred at the start of the Ordovician and became extinct at the end of that period. It contains approximately 227 species divided over 51 genera in 5 subfamilies. Trinucleidae is an extinct family of fast-moving low-level epifaunal suspension feeders. Description of the Family: Cephalic fringe broad, sloping outward, with numerous pits on external surfaces. Occipital ring convex. Thorax with six segments,deep apodemal pits in articulating furrows. Pygidium triangular, length 0.25 to 0.5 of width; axis with many rings; pleural fields with shallow pleural furrows. Glabella and genae may have articulate pattern of raised edges. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: †Trilobita Order: †Asaphida Family: †Trinucleidae Genus: †Declivolithus Species: †alfredi
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    From the album Texas Collection --- Also Visit Red Bed & NSR Pliestocene Galleries

    Trachyscaphites spinger (Red beds) Upper Cretaceous Ozan Formation North Sulphur River, Texas
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    From the album Texas Collection --- Also Visit Red Bed & NSR Pliestocene Galleries

    Mud ball containing a Trachyscaphites spiniger-spiniger, a smaller one below it , broken Baculite sp. and clam casts
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    From the album Texas Collection --- Also Visit Red Bed & NSR Pliestocene Galleries

    From the Upper Eagle Ford Formation N.E. Texas Lamar Co.
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    From the album Texas Collection --- Also Visit Red Bed & NSR Pliestocene Galleries

    This was found when a geode from the 19/24 bridge was opened
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    From the album Middle Jurassic Ammonites from South Germany

    14cm. From the herveyi zone, Callovian in the Wutach valley.
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    From the album Middle Jurassic Ammonites from South Germany

    13mm. Pyritized. Found at a construction site on the autobahn 8 near Gruibingen. Callovian Ornatenton Formation.
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    From the album Texas Collection --- Also Visit Red Bed & NSR Pliestocene Galleries

    Ischyrhiza or sawfish teeth are very difficult to find complete, teeth at top of photo are slightly worn or broken. Teeth were found over a period of time on various gravel bars in the North Sulphur River--Tom
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    From the album Texas Collection --- Also Visit Red Bed & NSR Pliestocene Galleries

    Shark teeth marks, possible Squalicoras kaupi, Upper Cretaceous Ozan Formation North Sulphur River, Texas
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    From the album Texas Collection --- Also Visit Red Bed & NSR Pliestocene Galleries

    Partial Plesiosaur coracoid with Squalicorax tooth marks
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    From the album Fossils from the Santonian Blossom Sand Texas

    Crystal filled chambers found in the Blossom Sand Formation texas
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    From the album Fossils from the Santonian Blossom Sand Texas

    Upper Cretaceous Santonian Nautiloids
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    From the album Texas Collection --- Also Visit Red Bed & NSR Pliestocene Galleries

    Seems the only way I can find a fish is without a head or tail-Can't catch a break
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    From the album Texas Collection --- Also Visit Red Bed & NSR Pliestocene Galleries

    Collection of mostly un-identified fish verts, the bottle was found in the North Sulphur River and was my find of the day. The larger verts in the back are from Xiphactinus audax a tarpoon like fish, the six verts on top of the Audax are from an un-known fish and were found the same day--Tom
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    From the album Texas Collection --- Also Visit Red Bed & NSR Pliestocene Galleries

    Verts were found at different times in the North Sulphur River.
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