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Jones1rocks

To all of those who have made suggestions, educated guesses, and definitive identifications:

 

This is the last one I currently have a question on, and I want you all to know that I have appreciated all of your efforts in helping me to understand and identify some of my more problematic specimens.  I have learned a lot from the information on The Fossil Forum, the galleries, and from comments and links provided by everyone.  Most of all, I have learned that I know very little, and that makes me appreciate your knowledge even more.  Thank you so very much!

 

~Paul

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Heteromorph
12 minutes ago, ynot said:

A picture of the Hindenburg just as it started to blow up?

“Oh the huge Manatee!” :P

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Jdeutsch
Tidgy's Dad

Jones, what were you saying about educated guesses and definitive identifications?^_^

The others are being a bit silly. 

It is obviously a Christmas Elf! 

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fossilized6s
40 minutes ago, ynot said:

A picture of the Hindenburg just as it started to blow up?

I agree with Tony. 

 

Haha! No, i would hazard a speculative guess at Coprinoscolex ellogimus or better known as a "leech". But i'm definitely not 100%. 

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Sagebrush Steve
2 hours ago, Jones1rocks said:

 

 

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This one looks like a profile view of my cat when she is crouched down and ready to pounce.  You can even see her tail curled up at the lower left. :ighappy:

 

Seriously, I vote for arthropod of some sort.

 

 

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Nimravis

There are portions that look like a leech and then you have the 3 brown lines that remind me of a Tully, you add the size of the specimen and I give you "A baby Tully that ate a Leech". That's all I have for this one. I have so many things that I have ID as "Unknown Fauna".

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MeargleSchmeargl

Looks like my cat, too. :P

 

Honestly though, I haven't got a clue.

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Jones1rocks
1 hour ago, Nimravis said:

There are portions that look like a leech and then you have the 3 brown lines that remind me of a Tully, you add the size of the specimen and I give you "A baby Tully that ate a Leech". That's all I have for this one. I have so many things that I have ID as "Unknown Fauna".

 

 

Thanks, Nimravis, I don't feel so bad now.

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