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Uncle Siphuncle

A few select items from the Upper Cretaceous Corsicana fm of South TX

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Uncle Siphuncle

A random sampling of some of my favorite echinoids, ammonites, and crabs from a site I found a couple years ago and have managed to keep low key enough for a well rewarded hard look after each rain. To date from this site I've taken some 1500 echinoids, 150 crabs, and perhaps a dozen good ammonites and a handful of shark teeth.

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Gatorman

Crabs are cool, we don't find those often in Florida.

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Guest Cris

It sounds like it's an amazing place to hunt... I'd sooo love to find a crab... That's one of my goals.. I actually found a piece of a claw today.. With all the eocene limestone on it..

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MOROPUS

I have to make a point.The fossils you show us are from different eras (ammos-Mesozoic/ crabs-Eocene-Miocene).Are they from the same place? Strange... :huh:

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Moropus

These are all Upper Cretaceous fossils from the same network of sites. I've found Lower Cretaceous crabs in the Dallas Fort Worth area as well.

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