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  1. Aurora Fossil Fest write-up

    Hi all! I've joined some time ago, but am terrible at actually posting. I'm not sure if this is the best place to post this, but over Memorial Day weekend @Boesse and I traveled to Aurora, NC for the 24th annual Aurora Fossil Fest! We saw multiple collections from people in the North Carolina Fossil Club, including finds from the Lee Creek Mine. We were there representing the Mace Brown Museum of Natural History, and we wrote a blog post up on it! http://blogs.cofc.edu/macebrownmuseum/2017/06/02/friday-fossil-feature-2017-aurora-fossil-fest/ I don't know everyone's handles on this board, but I know @sixgill pete , @SailingAlongToo, @aerogrower, @Al Dente, @Jniederkorn, @Daleksec were all there! Sorry if I've missed someone, feel free to let me know handles of people I missed
  2. Heilprinia caloosaensis malcolmi

    Reference Ward, L. W., and Blackwelder, B. W. 1987. Upper Pliocene and lower Pleistocene mollusks of the Lee Creek mine, Aurora, North Carolina, in Ray, C. E., editor, Geology and Paleontology of the Lee Creek Mine, North Carolina, vol. II: Smithson, Contrib. Paleobiol. 61:113-283.
  3. Does anyone have a copy/working link to T.G. Gibson's Miocene and Pliocene Pectinidae from the Lee Creek Mine and Adjacent areas? It's paper from C.E Ray's 1987 Geology and Paleontology of the Lee Creek Mine, North Carolina. If so, would you so kindly share with me? According to Lyle Campbell's Pliocene Molluscs from the Yorktown and Chowan River Formations in Virginia, there's some good info and lots of pics of Chesapecten septenarius. Thanks!
  4. Hi, I am currently writing the manuscript of a field guide to fossil cetaceans, but does anyone have a PDF of the following paper that you can send to me: Whitmore and Kaltenbach, 2008. Neogene Cetacea of the Lee Creek Mine, North Carolina. pp. 181-269. In: Ray, Bohaska, Koretsky, Ward, and Barnes (eds.), Geology and Palaeontology of the Lee Creek Mine, North Carolina, IV. Virginia Museum of Natural History Special Publication 14.
  5. Thank you, sixgill pete, for the small USPS box of fine Lee Creek Mine matrix from North Carolina. This was my second batch of Lee Creek matrial (the first from jcbshark), and I was hoping to fill in some gaps in the species in my Lee Creek Mine collection. This material delivered, and I was able to add several species to my "got it" list Here are my best guess at IDs for some of the better specimens found. There is some overlap from this batch and the previous batch. As always, corrections to any IDs are welcome. IDing was done using elasmo.com, aurorafossilmuseum.com, fossilguy.com, several TFF member posts about Lee Creek and North Carolina (brachiomyback and MarcoSr) and the two Geological Survey Papers "Mollusca from the Miocene and Lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina: Scaphopoda and Gastropoda" and "Mollusca from the Miocene and Lower Pliocene of Virginia and North Carolina: Pelecypoda" Scaphopoda and Gastropoda 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 1) Arene pergemma 2) Mitrella lunata 3) Turritella alticostata 4) Dentalium carolinense 5) Gastropod internal cast Pelecypoda 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 6) Mulinia congesta 7) Glans tridentata decemcostata 8) Astarte sp. 9) Mysella sp. 10) Plicatula marginata 11) Discradisca lugubris Rays and Sharks 12) 13) 14) 15) 16) 12) Dasyatis sp. 13) Ray barb 14) Carcharinhus sp. 15) Carcharias sp. 16) Hemipristis curvatus 17) 18) 19) 17) Galeocerdo aduncus? 18) Isurus sp.? 19) Hemipristis sp.? Fish 20) 21) 22) 23) 24) 20) Chilomycterus sp. 21) Pogonias sp. 22 - 24) Sparidae sp. Other 25) 26) 27) 28) 29) 25) Balanus sp. 26) Coprolite 27) Crab claw 28) Echinoid spine 29) Echinoid test Puzzlers? 30) 31) 32) 33) 30) Dophin tooth? 31) This was joined together like a zipper when I found it, but it has since separated? 32) It is symetrical, the reverse looks the same, almost arrowhead shaped, but looks natural and bone-like. 33) Sand dollar internal structure?
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