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3. Anthracothere canine 

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4. A selection of worn anthracothere cusps/upper molar

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TXV24

5. Bowfin baso-occipitals 

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6. Crocodilian coprolites

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JarrodB

Nice finds

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Foozil

Very nice!

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FossilDAWG

Great trip report! :dinothumb:Thanks!

 

Don

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Fossildude19

Looks like a cool place to collect!

Thanks for the write up. 

Regards,

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Tidgy's Dad

Very informative and interesting report. 

Enjoyed it very much, thank you. :)

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WhodamanHD

Nice finds! I really must visit that area and collect someday, very interesting place indeed.

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smt126

Nice trip report, information, and some great finds. 

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Paleoworld-101

Great post, my favourite find is the canine, that's a beauty.

 

Also thanks for the geological boundary photo and picture of the insect horizon, i didn't actually know what it looked like previously (though i've never collected east enough along that coast to see it either). 

 

How large is the hypoplastron? 

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TXV24

@Paleoworld-101 Cheers! 

 

No worries, this is the very western limit of the horizon but from Hamstead Ledges onwards it thickens and becomes much more lithified, turning from this silty marl into limestone. 

 

It's 8cm across and 8cm down, it's definitely the largest piece of any freshwater turtle I've collected!

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