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In March of this year I found a heteromorphic ammonite that has had me curious ever since. So yesterday I finally sent an email about it to a local ammonite expert, Ron Morin, who is associated with the Dallas Paleontological Society. I had a correspondence with him in May of this year as it related to him identifying my Phlycticrioceras trinodosum heteromorphic ammonite which I recently added to 'Collections'. That's when I first talked to him. Then at the Dallas Paleontological Society's Fossil Mania event in October, I was talking to Roger Farish about my unidentified ammonite. He recommend
If you don't usually consult the calendar you might miss a chance to talk online to fossil collectors from North Texas this coming Thursday at 6:00 PM Central time. It's the My Fossil Webinar patterned after the Antiques Roadshow where we present a fossil we found and the expert tells all about it. The expert on this case is Dr. Merlyn Nestell of the University of Texas at Arlington. By connecting with the link provided on the My Fossil site anyone can participate by asking a question of the presenter or the expert in real time. If you miss the broadcast it will appear on line a few days late