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9-15-20 and 9-16-20 Ordovician Collecting in Northern Kentucky and Southern Indiana

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Tidgy's Dad

WoW! 

And WOW! 

Too many good finds to remark on individually, but I do like your gravitating towards graptolites. :)

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Tidgy's Dad

Very much.

As always super photos and marvelous finds. :)

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Jeffrey P

Great finds and pics. I visited St Leon and the site in Cold Spring on my last trip which I just arrived home from. Seeing your pics, reminded me of what a great time I had there. My report will be forthcoming. 

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Nimravis
1 hour ago, Jeffrey P said:

Great finds and pics. I visited St Leon and the site in Cold Spring on my last trip which I just arrived home from. Seeing your pics, reminded me of what a great time I had there. My report will be forthcoming. 

Can’t wait Jeff.

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Nimravis
1 hour ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

Very much.

As always super photos and marvelous finds. :)

Thanks Adam, glad you enjoyed it.

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Tidgy's Dad
1 hour ago, Nimravis said:

Thanks Adam, glad you enjoyed it.

How could I not? :):brachiopod:

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PaleoOrdo

Very intersting to see the pictures, a lot to learn for me by comparing with the fossils I have found in Norway in Ordovicium. The crinoid stalks is very intesting. Do you think it is one or several species of graptolites in your stones? Most is straigt, I'm not sure of the name of the species, but it could be Glyptograptus teretiusculus  which is common in late Ordovicium. The last picture seems also to have one which is bended.

Thanks for showing us!

Martin 

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RuMert

Nice trilobites and crinoids, lots of fauna indeed. I enjoyed the pics

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Nimravis
1 hour ago, PaleoOrdo said:

Do you think it is one or several species of graptolites in your stones?

I am not positive Martin, I will have to check on that.

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traveltip1

Very neat in hash plate heaven.

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Mark Kmiecik

I love the little rollers. Thanks for the report. Great, as always!!!

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Kasia

:wub: those hash-plates are adorable, I love such type of fossils, too. If you ever decide to trade some of them, please do let me know :popcorn:

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Tomasz

Yes, I like those trilobites very much!  All plates are worth displaying! Very attractive pieces.:)

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taj

Nice haul!

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