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Elcoincoin's collection - part one : Albian of Troyes

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The bad weather gave me time to spend some time classifying. so i spent some time on my albian stuff.

Everything has been self collected (surface collected) over the years. Everything is also small, so i chose the screws cases to store them.

Everything can be seen on a dedicated galery on TFF : here

or in higher resolution on my flickr : here

 

8 cases... So here we go

 

Ammonites : (3 cases)

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then crustaceans (2 cases) :

 

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Other inverts (2 cases) :

 

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And last one : vertebrate remains

 

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I hope you enjoy it. that's all for now.

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WhodamanHD

Nice display! Nice finds as well, well worth the years it must have taken to find them!

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FossilDAWG

What a remarkable collection!  :wub: Beautiful fossils! :drool:

 

Don

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Darktooth

Nice collection and I like the way they are displayed.

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Ludwigia

Very nice!

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ynot

Nice collection, thanks for sharing.

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Macrophyseter

Pretty neat collection fot such small cases!

 

(sees ichthyosaur tooth

:envy::envy::envy:)

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Wrangellian

Nice job. I see you've labeled the digital photos, but how do you label them in reality (the actual item)?

Do you trust that foam to last for years without degrading?

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GeschWhat

Great display!

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JohnBrewer

A great collection superbly displayed :)

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glu

Nice crabs! The Dioratopus is very rare

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RJB

Your organizational skills are superb!!!

 

RB

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PFOOLEY

Lovely collection, @elcoincoin :wub:...of all these creatures, which is your favorite to find?

 

 

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jpc

Tres jolie.  J'aime surtout les crabes.  

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elcoincoin
On 11/08/2017 at 4:27 AM, Wrangellian said:

Nice job. I see you've labeled the digital photos, but how do you label them in reality (the actual item)?

Do you trust that foam to last for years without degrading?

 I just printed the digital file and put it in the case.

 

For the foam, not a big deal since i will have to resculpt some when i get new top pieces. Although the cases got a cover and i dont intend to move thm alot so im rather confident.

 

Last point, i also took individual pictures and galery with all the relevent infos. I still we able to use them if  need to ID them again.

 

On 01/09/2017 at 6:28 PM, PFOOLEY said:

Lovely collection, @elcoincoin :wub:...of all these creatures, which is your favorite to find?

 

 

 

The one i dont have yet from the systematic of the place...

 

Must be missing 1 or 2 crabs species

 

More seriously, the first few crabs stunned me, i had no knowledge about the fact they could be found there. And despite, my first few ID attempt had been more or less erratic (some might still be wrong!), they are still my favorite.

 

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PFOOLEY
On 9/3/2017 at 3:30 PM, elcoincoin said:

More seriously, the first few crabs stunned me, i had no knowledge about the fact they could be found there. And despite, my first few ID attempt had been more or less erratic (some might still be wrong!), they are still my favorite.

I enjoy the ammonites you post but have been in awe of the amount and quality of decapod material you find! Thanks for sharing it. 

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