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Kane

We do. :) When posting a reply, look below and you’ll see “click to choose files” next to the paperclip icon. Size limit is 3.95 mb per post.

 

Alternatively, you can create your own album on your profile. 

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Fossildude19
8 minutes ago, subsonicdrone said:

oh, you host photos?

have not used that feature on the site yet

that is in my profile?

i will attempt it

 

 

It is an option at the bottom of the posting form. 

On the left select files from your device to upload, then click "Open"  once you are done selecting them. 

 

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hit an upload limit

some have been re-sized some have been cropped

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Kane

Sometimes you just need to refresh the page to reset the limit. 

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Kane

The trilobite is quite nice, and it may have more in the rock. Have you considered prepping it?

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30 minutes ago, subsonicdrone said:

oh, you host photos?

have not used that feature on the site yet

that is in my profile?

i will attempt it

 

I, and probably a lot of others here, would much prefer to see the photos here.....ha! You beat me to it!

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those are the photos from the thread in the order they were posted

 

as far as prepping is concerned i would need a micro abrasion set up i would think?

 

 

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Kane
26 minutes ago, subsonicdrone said:

those are the photos from the thread in the order they were posted

 

as far as prepping is concerned i would need a micro abrasion set up i would think?

 

 

The matrix is likely pretty tough (limestone), and so an air scribe might be required to remove some of the bulky stuff. It looks like the right side is tucked in there, but I can’t tell from the photo if the cephalon is present. Might be worth it if it is all there! Given the location, it is reasonable to assume this will be a Flexicalymene. It could use abrasion on the pygidium, matrix removal on the right side, and possibly popping off the matrix around the cephalon region to see if it is complete.

 

If you were closer by, I'd offer to do it.

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if i knew exactly where it was i would mail it to you!

 

thanks for the offer !

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Malone
On 1/10/2018 at 4:28 PM, subsonicdrone said:

 

Did you split that? If so what tools did you use?

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ones like the trilobite were broken by pounding waves

 

the almost black shale i just tapped the edge on granite holding it vertically and it cleaved apart

 

i was making skipping stones this way for my nephews when i found that one

it can cleave really thin and when you get them thin and light enough they are super easy to skip

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