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I took a advantage of the cool weather today (low 90's) and headed out to Central Texas near Waco. This was first time hunting in the Texas Paw Paw formation ( The Paw Paw Formation is a geological formation in Texas whose strata date back to the late Albian stage of the Early Cretaceous. Dinosaur remains are among the fossils that have been recovered from the formation). I didn't find any dinosaurs , but found plenty of ammos on the cliff and in the creek bed. It was an interesting experience finding few ammonites. Here are few photos that I snapped today. Bea
From the album: Grayson Co. Texas findsVarious urchins that I have found. Grayson co. Texas found in a creek that runs right through the middle of town in Denison, Grayson co. Tx. I think that this creek is in the Pawpaw formation, but could be Main Street or Duck Creek?
Here's an old find that I had totally forgot about and filed away after only taking one picture. This is some sort of phyllodont fish or similar family I think. Has anyone seen this before and know exactly what it is from? I'm not able to prepare it properly. Lance