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  1. Got me some matrix from a couple of sites in the Cretaceous Glen Rose Formation- one of my favorite (and closest to me!) formations. So much tiny stuff!! It's too dang hot to hunt in Texas (we are on day 58 of 100+ F degree ). So, hunting from home is my preferred pastime! Here are some of my recent nice finds. My best thing I found, which I was quite excited about is a little madreporite - part of a starfish cirulatory system. I found one big one (1/2 inch) at this same site a few years ago but had not found one since, so was happy to find this little one. It's only 1/4 inch.
  2. Hiya! First time posting so please forgive me if I’m doing something incorrectly. I’ve recently gotten into fossils after previously collecting different minerals. I would like verification for two fossils before I go ahead and purchase them.
  3. Hi guys, I have recently found what I presume is a fossil crab on a beach in the Gold Coast, Queensland Australia. I’m wondering if anyone knows any more details about it, age, etc? Thanks! NP
  4. Discover and Preserve

    Fossilized articulated hermit crab

    Hello All, We recently took our kids to the Aurora fossil festival to "fossil hunt" though piles of material from the local Nutrien Phosphate mine in North Carolina. We brought a small amount of material home to look though and one of the kids found the attached tiny hermit crab. It looks so delicate that I have a hard time believing this is a fossil. That said, if it is a modern specimen I have no clue how it ended up in our sample of gravel? Any thoughts or help with the id would be appreciated! Brent
  5. I don't usually publish a you tube video on Sundays, but my youngest son came over and we popped open a crab concretion from New Zealand in real time for everyone to see. I decided to make it into a video and had some fun doing it. Enjoy https://youtu.be/8PDo3yRP5zE
  6. Very rare find a Cuban Necronectes collinsi. This is only the third example I have seen come out of the limestone of the Canimar formation in the last 12 years.
  7. rocket

    Coeloma helmstedtense

    a very nice crab Coeloma helmstedtenses from the former clay pit "Treue" or "Silberberg" near Helmstedt / NE-Germany, Oligocene. This famous pit is closed now since 30 years, it was very popular for the famous crabs

    © fossils worldwide

  8. rocket

    Aeger spinipes kleiner

    From the album: Fossils from the Plattenkalke of the Altmühl Valley

    thats the one I showed before under daylight

    © fossils worldwide

  9. rocket

    Aeger spinipes normal size

    From the album: Fossils from the Plattenkalke of the Altmühl Valley

    This is Aeger spinipes in "normal size", around 11 cm. Very often the antennae are not preserved or only in parts

    © fossils worldwide

  10. rocket

    Aeger spinipes large

    From the album: Fossils from the Plattenkalke of the Altmühl Valley

    sometimes the best way to prepare Solnhofen-Fossils is to do it under blue light. This works perfect with nearly all crustaceans, vertebrate-fossils and some more. This one is fresh from the prep and needs finshing, huge Aeger spinipes (around 18 cm) from Eichstaett

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  11. rocket

    Aeger spinipes large

    From the album: Fossils from the Plattenkalke of the Altmühl Valley

    this is the huge 18 cm Aeger spinipes I showed before as UV-Light-pic. You see..., its easier to prep with blue light

    © fossils worldwide

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