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Hi all! Last year we visited the spanish dinosaurs and other biota exhibition at the Museum of Science. All the fossils displayed where found in Valencia area (Spain) and belong to Late Jurassic and Cretaceous (mainly Barremian age). Spain has yielded a very large lower cretaceous dinosaur fauna very similar to those of the UK. Enjoy...
Here are a few bits that I have found local to me, there is loads of fossil bearing rock and it produces some nice pieces. I will put a photo up at a later date of a large plant fossil that was found here. The strata is Carboniferous in age and is accessible via a stream cutting. I have also found a nice piece of brach with the leaf scars. thanks Alex
Hello, Hope i'm posting in the right area. Florida native here, been scavenging for fossils most of my life either with family or alone. Would like to venture farther in the water snorkeling, or around the peace river. Though it's always best to have one or two others with you. Safety is always important. =) Just wondering if any locals in Sarasota, Nokomis, Venice, North Port, and Engelwood areas would like to meet up on a weekend day and look together. I'm not the type that hunts for profit, I'm very proud in cherishing my finds to pass on when i'm older. Thanks! -Zack