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FossilForKids

Locals clued me on to a rare formation near where I live (30 miles but that's near around here). That has shark teeth. I've only gone twice and there is s good amount of layer but Zi do not know the strata or period yet. I have found 3 teeth and as many bivalves, and gastropods that I could ever want. Still it's a good Texas start.

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JohnJ

Hi John, maybe This, or This, can help you narrow things down.

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FossilForKids

Thanks John!

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bierk

I might have some useful info for you and will PM later tonight.

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bierk

PM sent.

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Uncle Siphuncle

East TX.......You might look into the Weches as well as the contact of the Carrizo and Reklaw.

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