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ScarpedCliff

As I mentioned in my last post, the Cincinnati Dry Dredgers now have a members blog to record our fossil hunting trips. Last time, I blogged about the fossils in the Ordovician tri-state area (Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana), and this time I start the first of a two-part series about the Triassic fossils of the Solite Quarry. Read about our favorite Triassic Lagerstätte here.

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Fossildude19

Very cool blog entry, ScarpedCliff!

Thanks for posting it - great to see some more Triassic Newark Supergroup stuff here.

Regards,

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jpc

I was there a few years ago... I heard that the quarry recently dug through this very layer and made it not so convenient... even impossible to collect.

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FossilDudeCO

Very succesful trip!

Thanks for sharing!

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Jeffrey P

What I've heard and seen, that is an amazing site. It certainly is a privilege to visit there and help with the collection. Curious how they (VNHM) prep their specimens. I have a number of Triassic coelacanth fossils from New Jersey that require prepping to fully expose.

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