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Tennessees Pride

As of 5/5/16, this large specimen of Late Cretaceous Amber Resin has received a new home in the McClung Museum at the University Of Tennessee (Knoxville). It is from my collection of West Tennessee Amber and is Campanian. This was my 4th-5th largest specimen from my collection.

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Tennessees Pride

The paperwork, and another view showing the resin runs in the specimen.

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Fossildude19

Congratulations, Joshua! :)

Regards,

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sseth

Awesome!

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lissa318

Congratulations are in order!!! Way to go!!! :D

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Tennessees Pride

Congratulations, Joshua! :)

Regards,

Awesome!

Thank you Tim and Seth. :)

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Herb

nice

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Tennessees Pride

Congratulations are in order!!! Way to go!!! :D

Thank you Lissa. :)

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Tennessees Pride

nice

Thanks Herb. :)

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Raggedy Man

:goodjob:

Definitely earns some bragging rights.

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Tennessees Pride

:goodjob:

Definitely earns some bragging rights.

Thank you sir. :)

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JohnBrewer

A generous gift indeed!

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sixgill pete

Beautiful specimen and a worthy home for it. Kudos to you Joshua.

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FossilDudeCO

Congrats on a great find and finding a great home for it!

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fossilized6s

Great stuff. Thanks, Joshua.

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old bones

That's so cool, Joshua! You find great specimens, and you do right by them. :)

Julianna

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