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Svetlana

Good day.
In this topic, I will display fossils that I found interesting.
Some of them were found by me, but most of them were obtained by exchange or bought.

 

 

I have already exhibited this coprolite in another topic, but I want to duplicate it here.
This is my personal find, and it is interesting because on its surface many scales of the Senomanian fish have been preserved.

 

 

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Svetlana

It is believed to be a Jurassic crinoid found in Lyme Regis.

Love it

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Svetlana

This is a cast of a Calamite stem from the Carboniferous; raised from a local mine.

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Svetlana

This is a cast of a Lepidodendron stem from the Carboniferous; raised from a local mine.

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@GeschWhat you will like the begining of this post !

 

Coco

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Thanks for the tag, @Coco! This is REALLY interesting. Due to the density of the scales, I wonder if the coprolite could actually be a regurgitalite (fossil vomit). Amazing find regardless which orafice it came from!

 

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On 05.01.2021 at 6:53 AM, GeschWhat said:

Thanks for the tag, @Coco! This is REALLY interesting. Due to the density of the scales, I wonder if the coprolite could actually be a regurgitalite (fossil vomit). Amazing find regardless which orafice it came from!

 

Hi, Lori!

I'm glad you like my sample.
I have a few more coprolites, and tomorrow I will try to take photos of them all and post them here.
Of course, they are not at all as interesting as the one presented above - just broken fragments of bones, a little scales and shark teeth breaking off in phosphorites.
Have a good evening!

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On 05.01.2021 at 6:53 AM, GeschWhat said:

Thanks for the tag, @Coco! This is REALLY interesting. Due to the density of the scales, I wonder if the coprolite could actually be a regurgitalite (fossil vomit). Amazing find regardless which orafice it came from!

 

Hello, Lori.

Sorry for delay.

Here some more coprolites in phosphorites

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A couple of heaps of small coprolites - either shrimp or crab

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