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I trade these 2 french mosa teeth

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sander

Hi,

What are you looking for in return for these teeth?

Gr,

Sander

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Ludwigia

I'd also be interested. I've Ammonites to offer.

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Cauder

Bjr Catepillar

Très belles dents. Que recherches-tu ?

Cauder

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caterpillar

Crabes, ammonites déroulées, oursins ou vertébrés (pas de requin)

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caterpillar

Crabs, heteromorphs ammonites, echinids or vertebrates (no sharks)

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caterpillar

Oh no! I give all I find

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dinosaur man

I’ll trade you for some Devonian marine fossils from a Devonian reef or a colourful ammonite or fossilized fish scales.

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Coco

Hi,

 

Have you seen the date of this subject ?

 

Coco

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dinosaur man

Yeah he still has them 

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Fossildude19
11 hours ago, dinosaur man said:

I’ll trade you for some Devonian marine fossils from a Devonian reef or a colourful ammonite or fossilized fish scales.

He isn't interested in those types of fossils. 

 

On 3/29/2015 at 4:59 AM, caterpillar said:

Crabs, heteromorphs ammonites, echinids or vertebrates (no sharks)

 

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dinosaur man

What about Egypt Cretaceous fossils 

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Fossildude19
6 minutes ago, dinosaur man said:

What about Egypt Cretaceous fossils 

Do they match anything on his list?

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dinosaur man

Not my Egypt fossils but I do have a really cool Madagascar ammonite for trade

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Kane
Just now, dinosaur man said:

Not my Egypt fossils but I do have a really cool Madagascar ammonite for trade

You have a common, polished Madagascaran ammonite. The OP is asking for heteromorph ammonites:

 

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dinosaur man

I also have echinid fossils 

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dinosaur man

I know it’s just I only have a few good a rare fossils that I don’t want to trade and the rest are mostly common fossils so I don’t have good tradeing fossils but thanks

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will stevenson

I have some nice echinoids from varying locations I’ll see if I have pictures on me as I’m not at home right now:)

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-Andy-
22 hours ago, dinosaur man said:

I know it’s just I only have a few good a rare fossils that I don’t want to trade and the rest are mostly common fossils so I don’t have good tradeing fossils but thanks

 

Hey man, the thing is that people want rare fossils in return for rare fossils.

 

You can't expect to trade common fossils for rare fossils because it wouldn't be fair for the other party.

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dinosaur man

I know

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Mark Kmiecik
7 hours ago, -Andy- said:

 

Hey man, the thing is that people want rare fossils in return for rare fossils.

 

You can't expect to trade common fossils for rare fossils because it wouldn't be fair for the other party.

I thought Mosasaur teeth were common and not expensive.

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caldigger
3 hours ago, Mark Kmiecik said:

I thought Mosasaur teeth were common and not expensive.

The ones from Morocco that are found by the thousands are very common and inexpensive. 

 But rarer specimens like those being offered are not at all common due to the location found.

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Mark Kmiecik
17 hours ago, caldigger said:

The ones from Morocco that are found by the thousands are very common and inexpensive. 

 But rarer specimens like those being offered are not at all common due to the location found.

Aha, another thing learned. Another day well spent.

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