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Chrissfishes

Just thought it would be cool to make a share your fossil collection post. Here are my favorites. I have some other little fossils but I'm sure they are your everyday fossils. So, please share your collection. Looking forward to seeing your fossils. 

 

Raptor tooth, Arizona petrified wood, and megalodon tooth

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Ramon

Here's my trilobite collection.I just posted a topic on it. It's called Little Trilobites!!! Nice Megalodon!:meg:20170108_153041.jpg20170108_153028.jpg

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Fossildude19

Mine are all up in my Gallery. ;) 

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caldigger
1 hour ago, Chrissfishes said:

Just thought it would be cool to make a share your fossil collection post. Here are my favorites. I have some other little fossils but I'm sure they are your everyday fossils. So, please share your collection. Looking forward to seeing your fossils. 

 

Raptor tooth, Arizona petrified wood, and megalodon tooth

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Humm, they just don't sound quite as scary as Hollywood makes them out to be at a little over 1 1/2 feet tall.  What is the size of your Meg?

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LordTrilobite
On 08/01/2017 at 10:34 PM, Chrissfishes said:

Just thought it would be cool to make a share your fossil collection post. Here are my favorites. I have some other little fossils but I'm sure they are your everyday fossils. So, please share your collection. Looking forward to seeing your fossils. 

 

Raptor tooth, Arizona petrified wood, and megalodon tooth

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I dunno, but that kinda looks like a small mosasaur tooth.

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Fossildude19
3 minutes ago, LordTrilobite said:

I dunno, but that kinda looks like a small mosasaur tooth.

 

It does appear to have strong serrations on it... :unsure:

 

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LordTrilobite

Oh yeah you're right. I missed that little detail. Nice tooth.

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RJB

I do have quite a few fossil crabs, but this is one of my favorites.  Sometimes when prepping out a crab I just go through the motions just to get it done, but this one I truly enjoyed prepping.   Also, this crab is about 3 or 4 times bigger than the average concretion as you can see by the 'normal' ones in the background.  This is Pulalius vulgaris from Eocene deposits in the state of Washington.

 

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Ludwigia
On 8.1.2017 at 11:31 PM, Fossildude19 said:

Mine are all up in my Gallery. ;) 

 

Me too

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ynot

Most of My collection is shown in the link at the bottom of My signature.

Tony

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Vieira

I have part of my collection in my gallery too.

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Chrissfishes
On 1/8/2017 at 5:14 PM, caldigger said:

 

Humm, they just don't sound quite as scary as Hollywood makes them out to be at a little over 1 1/2 feet tall.  What is the size of your Meg?

Yeah, my cousin said they were actually small. There were bigger raptor species that Jurassic Park probably based the size of the raptors off of one of the bigger species. The megalodon is 3 1/2 inches. 

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Chrissfishes
On 1/8/2017 at 3:43 PM, Ramon said:

Here's my trilobite collection.I just posted a topic on it. It's called Little Trilobites!!! Nice Megalodon!:meg:20170108_153041.jpg20170108_153028.jpg

Very nice trilobite collection! 

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Chrissfishes
On 1/10/2017 at 9:16 AM, RJB said:

I do have quite a few fossil crabs, but this is one of my favorites.  Sometimes when prepping out a crab I just go through the motions just to get it done, but this one I truly enjoyed prepping.   Also, this crab is about 3 or 4 times bigger than the average concretion as you can see by the 'normal' ones in the background.  This is Pulalius vulgaris from Eocene deposits in the state of Washington.

 

RB

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Very nice crab collection! 

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Chrissfishes

Thank you very much for sharing everyone! Very impressive collections! Please keep sharing. I have some new ideas of what to add to my collection next. 

The fossils I have came from a very knowledgeable and trusted source in Wyoming. I hope to visit his store sometime. 

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Ramon
8 minutes ago, Chrissfishes said:

Very nice trilobite collection! 

 

Thanks!!!

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ynot
15 minutes ago, Dave (POM) Allen said:

 

here is just a few of my pliocene bird fossil finds from new zealand

 

Nice!!:dinothumb:

 

@Auspex Will love this one.

Tony

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RJB

Yes Mr Dave pol Alen.  Very impressive!

 

RB

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jpc

Very Impressive, Dave.  

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Ludwigia

Wow, Dave!

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Missourian

I think this thread has the potential to get quite large. :)

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