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I took a advantage of the cool weather today (low 90's) and headed out to Central Texas near Waco. This was first time hunting in the Texas Paw Paw formation ( The Paw Paw Formation is a geological formation in Texas whose strata date back to the late Albian stage of the Early Cretaceous. Dinosaur remains are among the fossils that have been recovered from the formation). I didn't find any dinosaurs , but found plenty of ammos on the cliff and in the creek bed. It was an interesting experience finding few ammonites. Here are few photos that I snapped today. Beautiful day lower 90's. Creek water level is always low this time of the year. I found this complete ammo sticking out of the cliff. Typical Paw Paw formation. Got my trusty old tools out and hammering out the ammo. Other Ammos are in the creek bed, but badly worn. Got one out!
Here's an old find that I had totally forgot about and filed away after only taking one picture. This is some sort of phyllodont fish or similar family I think. Has anyone seen this before and know exactly what it is from? I'm not able to prepare it properly. Lance