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I had a chance to visit my hillside again today. Apparently Dan and Ms. Brett didn't get everything while we were there Sunday and left me some. :P

Dan was able to identify it as definitely Grayson Formation, so now I know for sure. Thanks Dan.

I found the normal variety of shark teeth, fish verts, a few echies, and another ryncholite.

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And sometimes it just seems that the fossils come in pairs:

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In the famous words of one of our members...

Good Times!

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There is certainly a lot going on in those pictures, reminds me a bit of the Oxford Clay, picking out small fossils everywhere. Exposures like that are always a pleasure to collect from and it looks like your time paid off with those gorgeous finds. Well done!

Regards,

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Uncle Siphuncle

looks like someone had a few mua ha ha moments over there! are you sure that sunshine alone doesnt erode out fossils at your site???

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Nice teeth, looks like a belly crawl might be in order----Tom

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Nice teeth, looks like a belly crawl might be in order----Tom

Tom,

That's what today was. I've picked the area over pretty heavily by just walking. I figured it was time to get down on my hands and knees to find the small stuff.

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