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  1. Adam86cucv

    Yankeetown Echnoid Hunt

    Last week I had the opportunity to be in Florida so I made my way out to the Withlacoochee bay trail for a little while to look for some loose echnoids. I didn't get any pictures of the finds in situ... poor planning on my part. Here is everything after I got home. They still need to be cleaned up. I believe I saw people soaked them in vinegar and gently use a toothbrush to get the sand and miscellaneous debris off? I also found the tiny 'clam' shell amongst the loose limestone chunks where where I found the echnoids, not su
  2. Yesterday I picked up this liquor display rack that was thrown away and I decided to take it to display the Withlacoochee Coral that I received from John @Sacha from a couple of his recent auctions to support the Forum. This rack is solidly built as it was made to hold many bottles and the top has a huge plexiglass cover. I had a plexiglass riser that I placed inside to display 2 of my favorite pieces on the top shelf. I think it will hold these pieces quite nicely.
  3. TheBulldozer

    Tooth or Fossilized Ninja Star???

    Alright time to nip this in the bud. Scored this wicked little thing on the Withlacoochee near where it meets the Suwannee, I’ve posted it in three other groups online and while I’ve had 30 claims as to it being a worn-down shark tooth, I’ve had an equal amount of disputes. Help me solve this mystery and I’ll upvote all of your posts from here on out. Edit: I put in under my pillow last night hoping to make a quick buck but the Fossil Fairy left me a note telling me to keep it.
  4. Hey all, I am new here and to the hobby in general so I apologize if I am not following some etiquettes that I don't know about. I just wanted to share my experience on the Withlacoochee river so that maybe someone else can learn from it. My buddy and I drove up to the Florida Georgia line to visit the Withlacoochee river and hunt for some agatized coral. I am a senior geology student and none of my fellow classmates or professors I've asked know how or where to fossil hunt for whatever reason so I am learning this all myself. Anyways, I brought a couple kayaks and we got on
  5. addicted2fossils

    Trip to GA for Agatized Coral!

    Hey folks! You may have seen Cris's video of our Agatized Coral hunt recently (I was a little behind on editing!). But here is my take on it, and my finds! We don't always get to head up to GA to hunt for coral, so this was a very nice change of pace. We found some really killer pieces!
  6. I made a decision to stay out of the Peace River until a little rain flushes out whatever is giving me a skin reaction. It's killing me since the river is as low as it gets and we wait all year for this opportunity, but it is what it is. This (Monday May 15th) is the 1st day of a 3 day coral hunt. 2 Days in the Withlacoochee in Georgia and the third day (Weds) in the Suwannee on the way home to DeLand. I put 8 hours in the river today, with decent results but mostly small "geodes". I won't know how well I've done until I get them home, clean them up and start taking slices. I did bring back on
  7. This post may hold the record for the longest setup time (unless you count the millions of years of "setup" that are the basis for most of the posts on this forum). The ultimate origin was when I first saw posts from Jim (coralhead) and John (Sacha) showing some stunningly gorgeous silicified fossil corals. This was a treasure to hunt for so unlike the black and gray shark teeth (and other fossils) I had been pulling out of the Peace River and I am always up for new experiences so I contacted the two of them through the forum. In addition to the incredibly encyclopedic knowledge brought to thi
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