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Merritt Island, Florida - Pleistocene fossil photos

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21 hours ago, masonboro37 said:

Gorgeous specimens and pictures!

Thank you so much, Libby. I am totally absorbed in studying this matrix. There are so many different species present! Did you try any of this stuff? It is addicting. I am getting a bit better with my IDs...it's taking a lot of research tho. :)

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Malone

It's an honor to be a beneficiary of your thorough efforts! Thank you very much!

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13 hours ago, Malone said:

It's an honor to be a beneficiary of your thorough efforts! Thank you very much!

Thank you for the kind words, Malone. It is a good feeling to know that my work is useful to others. :)

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2 hours ago, old bones said:

It is a good feeling to know that my work is useful to others. :)

Your diligent work picking through mountains of micro-matrix and then searching through mountains of research to identify your finds is both useful and appreciated by those on TFF. Your excellent micro-photography provides drool-worthy eye candy to those who have never fossil hunted on a micro scale and (I believe) has likely enticed some members to try their hand at expanding their fossil hunting opportunities to their kitchen table. :)

 

We look forward to reports of your future finds as I'm sure they'll be as envious and jaw-dropping and the ones we've seen so far.

 

Cheers.

 

-Ken

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Thank, Ken. I am currently working on photographing the hundreds of tiny bits that I have collected over the past few months. I often don't know how 'good' a fossil is until I see the photo on my computer. Then there is lots of editing and sorting of photos. I plan to upload several more family groups soon. :)

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