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John S.

A few invertebrates from North Texas

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John S.

Thought I would share some pics of these specimens I found a few years ago. Found them on the surface after a recent construction dig in the city. From the Eagle Ford Group, 90 mya. 

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fossisle

Beautiful lobsters

 

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ynot

:thumbsu:

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Fossildude19

John, 

Wow! :o

Those are awesome!   :wub: 

Thanks for showing them. 

Regards,

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Archie

Theyre beautiful!

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JarrodB

Very cool.

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sharko69

Those are amazing! Thanks for sharing.

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doushantuo

Notstrictlyrelevant,butnice

i Think the BGSM had a whole special issue devoted to cretaceous decapods

It might be Callianassa aquilae,BTW

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John S.

Thanks for that info guys!

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DinoMike

 Those are excellent finds! A bit jealous, I am.  :D

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Jakuzi

Amazing!  The amount of detail that is preserved is spectacular.

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sixgill pete

WOW! Amazing fossils. 

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