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The SG Fossil Cache - Crustaceans

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Ludwigia

Very nice specimens!

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Fossildude19

Amazing fossils, Andy. :)

Regards,

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ynot

WOW!!

What a nice load of "crabs" (and shrimps)

:dinothumb:

Tony

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MB

Wonderful, andy !

:)

 

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CBOB

Fascinating specimens!  Really nice collection!

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RJB

You have some very neato stuff Andy.  One of the best crabs from Java that ive seen.  Very nice. 

 

RB

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Wrangellian

If your collection is humble, mine is invisible.

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HamptonsDoc

You must own a warehouse to keep all your fossils!

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-Andy-

Thanks for the kind comments people!

 

On 2/4/2017 at 9:59 PM, RJB said:

You have some very neato stuff Andy.  One of the best crabs from Java that ive seen.  Very nice. 

 

RB

 

Thanks man. It's not that good imo, it's just the lighting and camera angle of my pictures.

 

6 hours ago, HamptonsDoc said:

You must own a warehouse to keep all your fossils!

 

Oh man I wish! Space in Singapore is scarce(akin to Hong Kong). I live in a flat apartment and my fossils are taking up what little space I have left.

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-Andy-

A mini update. An exceptionally large clam shrimp.

 

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Eosestheria sp. (Clam Shrimp)

133 - 120 million years old | early Cretaceous

Jehol Biota; Liaoning

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suchomimus20

amazing fossil collection you got there.

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Tidgy's Dad

Beautiful collection.:)

Thanks for sharing these beauties. 

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sloganc69

What a great collection!! :crab:

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-Andy-

Thanks for the kind comments guys. Another small update, a gift from @Stonebone

 

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Gooseneck Barnacle
Stramentum elegans
94.3 - 89.3 mya | late Cretaceous
Lower Fairport Chalk Member of the Carlile Shale/Formation
Russell County, Kansas, USA

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Troodon

Missed your earlier posts, pretty cool material, a very rounded collection.

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Bobby Rico

Beautiful collection Andy. :envy:

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Wrangellian

Nice barnacle fossil, you don't see those every day! I'm surprised how old it is.

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