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3.5" Hoploscaphites Cheyennensis in a matrix of smaller ammonites (Fox Hill Formation, South Dakota)

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xraymike79

This is my first matrix of multiple ammonites. Beautiful detail and colors in this one. 

 

 

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DPS Ammonite

Beautiful ammonites with original mother of pearl. Did you collect them?

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Beautiful ammonites with original mother of pearl. Did you collect them?

 

A dealer in Sedona, AZ sold this to me. I'm going to ask him for more details on it. He got it from a geologist/paleontologist friend who dug it up and prepared it. 

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ynot

Nice display piece!!

It looks large, but no scale. What is the size?

 

Tony

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30 minutes ago, ynot said:

Nice display piece!!

It looks large, but no scale. What is the size?

 

Tony

 

The whole size of it is 4 x 4 x 3.5".

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Fossildude19

Gorgeous! :wub:

Definitely a "showpiece". :)

Regards,

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JohnBrewer

Wow, what a lovely piece. :drool:

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FossilDudeCO

Gorgeous piece!

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RJB

Absolutely beautiful.  

 

RB

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Ludwigia

You've got some nice pieces! Why don't you start your own gallery

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xraymike79
5 hours ago, Ludwigia said:

You've got some nice pieces! Why don't you start your own gallery

 

Not sure how to go about doing that. Is there a link to do this?

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Ludwigia
5 hours ago, xraymike79 said:

 

Not sure how to go about doing that. Is there a link to do this?

 

Just go to the very top of the page, click on "Gallery" and follow instructions.

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