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  1. It truly was a pleasure banging some Coon Creek formation with Herb. This is one funny guy! He had me laughing most of the day...but when he got serious, the bones started coming out! I took him to 2 different localities yesterday; the first was what one would imagine as the "classic" Coon Creek formation layers....more shells than a man could shake a stick at! Outstanding recoveries in invertebrate paleontology were made, including the first Ammonite shell I've ever actually seen recovered first hand. It was only a partial, but boy oh boy what a stunning gem...it still displayed the original
  2. Tennessees Pride

    Cretaceous Lobster!

    From the album: Most of my collection

    Collected from a Late Cretaceous Coon Creek formation several yr. ago. Maastrichtian. This specimen is yet to be worked out of the matrix, and is missing it's tail....tragic...sombody had Lobster for dinner. The first couple of segments of the tail are still there. A rare find indeed.
  3. Tennessees Pride

    Ghost Shrimp

    From the album: Most of my collection

    Collected from a Late Cretaceous Coon Creek formation in 2013. Maastrichtian.
  4. Tennessees Pride

    Ghost Shrimp

    From the album: Most of my collection

    Collected from a Late Cretaceous Coon Creek formation in 2013. Maastrichtian.
  5. Tennessees Pride

    Phragmacone Of A Belemnite

    From the album: Most of my collection

    This Phragmacone was collected April 25th 2014 from a Late Cretaceous Maastrichtian formation. The Coon Creek formation.
  6. Tennessees Pride

    A Very Large Ghost Shrimp Burrow

    From the album: Most of my collection

    This material was collected from a Late Cretaceous Maastrichtian, Coon Creek formation, on April 25th 2014.
  7. Tennessees Pride

    Cretaceous Crab

    From the album: Most of my collection

    Collected from the Late Cretaceous Coon Creek formation in 2013. Maastrichtian.
  8. Tennessees Pride

    Cretaceous Crab

    From the album: Most of my collection

    Collected from the Late Cretaceous Coon Creek formation in 2013. Maastrichtian.
  9. Tennessees Pride

    Cretaceous Crab

    From the album: Most of my collection

    Collected from the Late Cretaceous Coon Creek formation in 2007 (or 08?) Maastrichtian.
  10. Tennessees Pride

    Cretaceous Crab

    From the album: Most of my collection

    Collected from the Late Cretaceous Coon Creek formation on Jan. 29th 2014. Maastrichtian.
  11. Tennessees Pride

    Baculites Segment

    From the album: Most of my collection

    Collected off hwy 64 east of Selmer, TN in 2014. From the Coon Creek formation. Late Cretaceous, Maastrichtian. Largest segment about 1 3/4 in. × 7/8 in.
  12. Starting a thread on them good'ol Exogryas, as time goes i'll steadily be adding to it for all the Exogrya lovers out there. I have lots of this material, just haven't been able to get to most of it yet for preping. I got the big ones, the little ones, the tiny ones, ones that are so riddled with holes they look like swiss cheese, the ugly, the stunning, and the average...lets start with the finest Exogrya i've ever seen, it was previously posted in a thread entitled "A Museum Grade Exogrya." I've never yet saw one on display that looked better than this.....most aren't even on its level.
  13. On this day, a survey of the said formation was made by myself and the property owners. The potential of what is there is as vast as acreage. Many glorious and illustrious items are there waiting for the right time to be shown to the world! The property is so vast that no where near a 1/4 was inspected, and during which the actual outcrops were passed up for the most part,while trying to get an idea of "where to start." This truely is a geologist's paradise! briefly while @ one exposure, these specimens were recovered, i presume the small one to be a "baby" Baculites....sweet little dude. It'
  14. Tennessees Pride

    What Mouth Did This Tooth Come From?

    Last year while hunting a late Cretaceous Coon Creek formation, i happened up on this tooth. (Or what is left of it. It wasn't in the layer in situ, but was laying in the creek where it cuts through a good CC outcrop. You can tell, whatever did this to the animal it came from was a beast...one hungry boy! Now, to me, this tooth looks like some sort of herbivore. I did take this item and have it looked @ by a professional, who told me he believed it to have been a horse tooth, & though it must have come from a deposit above the CC formation......@ first, that sounded pretty good to me......
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