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Found 13 results

  1. Holy Rollers

    I sneaked one more trip under the wire for 2018. Last minute finds include 5 whole and 2 half Flexicalamene trilobites, Ordovician, St. Leon, Indiana. This popular site was hit hard recently as evidenced by the stampede of foot and knee pad prints. Last night’s rain wasn’t enough to really shuffle the deck, but a couple diligent hours allowed me to scratch out ample paydirt. No complaints.
  2. Christmas Dipleura!

    After Christmas morning everyone was preoccupied with their new gifts, so I slipped out of the house for a couple of hours to visit the Cole Hill Road site in hopes of finding a nice Christmas dipleura. The site was covered in snow and I had to hack away a large amount of frozen overburden. Overall, the rock was fairly barren until the last slab I turned over. Underneath that slab was a complete, prone D. dekayi! Unfortunately it turned into a bit of a jigsaw puzzle upon extraction despite my best efforts and I believe a couple fragments of the pygidium were lost in the slush and mud. L --> R In situ, fossil with scale, the fossil in full view, Cole Hill Rd. site covered with snow- I was digging on the shelf between the two cliffs I'll post more pictures once the jigsaw puzzle is reassembled and the fossil is prepped.
  3. May Santa bring that fossil you always wish for.
  4. MERRY CHRISTMAS ! ! !

    It's now Christmas Day here in Morocco. So I just want to wish a happy Christmas to the family and friends of everyone on this most excellent forum. Merry Christmas to all those members I've come to know and love in the last year or so. Merry Christmas to those newcomers whom i'm already beginning to love and respect. Merry Christmas to our mod and admin team who do such a wonderful job. And a jolly merry Christmas to everyone else! Bless you each and every one.
  5. Show your Xmas fossils!

    Merry Xmas everyone!!! To celebrate this long-awaited holiday, how about we showcase some fossils linked to it? It can be anything: a fossil that you got for Xmas, found on Xmas day, or a fossil that reminds you of something "Xmassy". Explain why! I'll start off: Orthosphinctes desmoides (?) Gräfenberg, Germany Grafenburg Formation, Kimmeridgian, Jurassic I got this gorgeous double-ammonite piece from my parents for Xmas yesterday! Also, although you can't see it very well on the picture, the ammonites have a nice dark green color thanks to the glauconite that they are made of (similar color to a Xmas tree)!
  6. Foraminifera for Christmas

    The Nerdiest Christmas Cards Ever May Be These Microscope Slides Composed of Shells The unusual holiday exchange, which lasted decades during the early 20th-century, hints at the drama between the two colleagues Smithsonian By Allison C. Meier, December 17, 2018 https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/two-scientists-exchanged-christmas-greetings-microscope-slides-180971049/ A century ago, two scientists exchanged fantastic microscope slides as Christmas cards https://boingboing.net/2018/12/17/a-century-ago-two-scientists.html Yours, Paul H.
  7. Foraminifera for Christmas

    The Nerdiest Christmas Cards Ever May Be These Microscope Slides Composed of Shells The unusual holiday exchange, which lasted decades during the early 20th-century, hints at the drama between the two colleagues Smithsonian By Allison C. Meier, December 17, 2018 https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/two-scientists-exchanged-christmas-greetings-microscope-slides-180971049/ A century ago, two scientists exchanged fantastic microscope slides as Christmas cards https://boingboing.net/2018/12/17/a-century-ago-two-scientists.html Merry Christmas everybody, Paul H.
  8. Welcome to the sign up portion of this year's Secret Santa Gift Exchange 2018! Each year this event gets bigger and better with more players. OK, let's get down to it. The Secret Santa is a gift exchange in which you enter your name into a pool and get matched with another player to exchange gifts. We try to keep the gifts to around the $30 range so no one is sending an overly extravagant gift like a complete Sabortooth skull or too skimpy of a gift like a single broken clam shell. When making your selection for what to send, ask yourself " Would I want to receive this?" It is a Secret gift exchange. The catch of this gift exchange is you won't know who that person sending you the gift will be until you receive your package. Your name will in turn be picked for someone else to receive a package from you. No two players will be matched the same. It is crucial that the identity of who it is coming from be kept totally unknown. Sign up for entering this fun event will start today October 8th and run until the cut off for entry on Sunday, November 4th. Midnight Pacific Time. You will then be matched with your exchange partner and the names and addresses will be sent out November 6th. Please PM me with your full name and mailing address and whether you would like to trade with an international destination or keep it within the U.S. only. European players can indicate if they want to stay within the European region as well. *For packages going to an international destination, please send off your package within the week following your receiving the name and address information. We have found some packages take many weeks to arrive during this busy time of year, especially where customs offices are coming into play. It has been requested by many members that since this is a Secret Santa exchange, that everybody hold off on opening your packages and posting the contents on the Forum until Christmas to keep with the seasonal spirit of the event. A few handy tips learned from past exchanges that may help the shipping transaction run more smoothly and avoid unnecessary holdup. * -Make sure your items are cleaned of dirt and dust the best you can. Most customs officials frown upon letting foreign dirt come into the receiving country. * - Check the box on your customs form with "Gift". This portrays a better indication to the customs officials that the contents are not going to be for commercial resale. * - In the past when writing your contents description in customs forms it has been found to write something that is very simple is best. Such as: "Geological specimens for educational studies" or " Study grade fossils for educational purposes- No commercial value" *- For the contents value on the forms make sure you write a low price value ( I personally put $10). Many customs departments will charge the reciever an additional charge based on the declared value on the form when entering that country. It is a gift, we don't want the reciever to have to pay to get it released from customs. Please don't write a value of zero (0) on the form either. That automatically raises a red flag to customs. Nobody is going to spend money sending a package that is worth nothing! *- Please, please, please, package your items well with lots of packing material. The package may seem well packed on your dining room table, but they get bounced around, buried under other heavy packages, etc. when moving through different postal systems. Nobody likes being exited to open a package only to find everything broken from lack of padding. Just please pack them well. I think that should about do it. Remember to PM me your name and address information and whether you want international, domestic, or either one. For those international packages, kindly get them sent out within the next week of getting the shipping information for your exchange partner. Some of those destinations take a long time to arrive, so the sooner the better! Please refrain from opening your gifts until Christmas to keep it in the holiday spirit. Kindly post pictures of your recieved goodies when you do, others love to share in your joy. One last thing. This exchange is supposed to be secret so let's keep it that way. You might know who sent you the items when you get them, but don't "spill the beans" for the rest of us. Thank you for your cooperation. Now let's have some fun!
  9. I am visiting family in Austin, Texas for Christmas. I plan a fossil hunt trip around Austin or a few hours away. After googling, I plan to visit Mineral Well Fossil Park, Waco mammoth national monument, Dinosaur Valley State Park and maybe few road cut on the way. I am debating on Ladonia Fossil Park. It is a little further away and I am worry that it is too cold to be in the river bed. I love Ladonia Fossil Park because of the possibility of finding mammal bones and arrowhead. I would like to ask local people if it is a good idea to fossil hunt at Ladonia Fossil Park in December? Also if there is any other places I should consider? I love to find some ammonites, shark teeth, mammal bones and arrowhead. Thanks.
  10. Merry Christmas to all you fossil'in TFF members! * , _/^\_ < > * /.-.\ * * `/&\` * ,@.*;@, /_o.I %_\ * * (`'--:o(_@; /`;--.,__ `') * ;@`o % O,*`'`&\ * (`'--)_@ ;o %'()\ * /`;--._`''--._O'@; /&*,()~o`;-.,_ `""`) * /`,@ ;+& () o*`;-';\ (`""--.,_0 +% @' &()\ /-.,_ ``''--....-'`) * * /@%;o`:;'--,.__ __.'\ ;*,&(); @ % &^;~`"`o;@(); * /(); o^~; & ().o@*&`;&%O\ jgs `"="==""==,,,.,="=="==="` __.----.(\-''#####---...___...-----._ '` \)_`"""""` .--' ') o( )_-\
  11. Christmas Coprolite

    So what do you do with unwanted/beaten up coprolites? Be like my fiancée and make these! Enjoy and Merry Christmas!
  12. Are we going to have another "Secret Santa" trade exchange again this year? I can't remember who the instrumental members were that created this last year to inquire.
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