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Cavey

Dutch Cretacious Fossils

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Cavey

After a few months I found a good host for my webpage,

On my page I'm showing the Fossils I collected in the past 25 years,

Echinoderms are my favorites, Crinoids especially, but they are not as

perfect as they can be found in the U.S.!

Most are Dunnicrinus aequalis, very equal to Dunnicrinus mississipiensis from Kansas.

Have a look, and don't be afraid to reply in my guestbook!

Enjoy the site:

http://palaeopage.nl/index.html

Greeting from Netherlands,

Mart

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Kosmoceras

Nice website! :D

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Uncle Siphuncle

Hello Cavey. Running through your website was a lunch hour well spent. Many wonderful finds in your collection. Killer crabs...echies...ammonites...mosasaur teeth...exceptionally cool crinoids...and your multi species assemblages in matrix were especially interesting. Thanks for sharing.

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Auspex

I'm glad your site is back up :)

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Cavey

Thanks for some nice reactions in such a short time, really apreciated!

Odin, I see you at the dutch forum too!

Greets KV

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paleosworld

Interesting webpage and nice photos.

Thanks Cavey.

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LordTrilobite

Nice mosasaur teeth.

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Roz

Very nice website! Some very nice finds too! That's one I will save...

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BFunderburk

Cavey, hello! Enjoying very much your website and images/finds! So very interested in the crustaceans, especially the 'killer crab'- "Oncopareia? heterdon", so identified by Bosquet and recently presented in Scripta Geologica by Jagt, et. al. (below- black and white images) Please see my post in Fossil I.D.: "Cretaceous Chalk Find- Jaw or Crustacean Part" (2012) on the Forum for more images and discussion. My parallel crab parts are from the Prairie Bluff/Ripley Formations (Selma Chalk) in Northeast Mississippi- the Black Prairie, USA. More recent finds of these chelae/claw parts are remarkable (see color images, assembled from some 15 parts found as float (I have many more!). Have worked with George Phillips, Curator of the Mississippi Museum of Natural Sciences, to pursue more information and a more precise ID, including envisioning (or finding) a more complete specimen, with chelae and carapace. Would love to share more!

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