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D.N.FossilmanLithuania

:D:D Yes, these features are quite similar! :P 

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hauyn888
On 2/22/2018 at 4:47 PM, Tidgy's Dad said:

Photos? ;)

Sorry yesterday I only could load up only the first picture...here are the missing pics from this small quarry

 

Niederfell 21.02.2018 Brachiopoden(14).jpg   Niederfell flow marks, wave ripples on seabed  (1).jpg

 

Niederfell flow marks, wave ripples on seabed(2).jpg    Niederfell-Quarry 21.02.2018 (1).jpg

 

Niederfell-Quarry 21.02.2018 (2).jpg    Niederfell-Quarry 21.02.2018 (3).jpg

 

Niederfell-Quarry 21.02.2018 (4).jpg    Niederfell-Quarry 21.02.2018 (5).jpg

Niederfell-Quarry 21.02.2018 (6).jpg     Niederfell-Quarry 21.02.2018 (8).jpg

 

Niederfell-Quarry 21.02.2018 (7).jpg

 

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D.N.FossilmanLithuania

Dear Guys, 

I also will show two invertebrates (trilobites) in my collection.

The first is:

Hadromeros cheirurid trilobite

Age: Late Ordovician

Location: Varena town, South Lithuania (Baltic States)

Date of finding: 20th February 2018

 

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D.N.FossilmanLithuania

And the second trilobite glabella belongs to rare genus from lichidae:

Platylichas

Age: Kukruse stage, Sandbian, Late Ordovician

Date of finding: 3rd February 2018

Location: Varena town, South Lithuania (Baltic States). :)

 

Please vote if you like it! 

Best Regards

Domas

Lichidae glabella 2 Kukruse stage.jpg

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Max-fossils

Whoa, some fantastic finds here!!! Gonna be very tough to vote... 

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MeargleSchmeargl

Lots of stuff. So many choices...:headscratch:

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Greg.Wood

I'll throw in another non-trilo invert

 

Found February 25th, 2018

Crinoid

Devonian

Arkona, Ontario, Canada

These are opposite sides of the specimen. One showing arms and pinnules, the other shows 2 calyxes.

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WhodamanHD

@David in Japan WOW! The Ankylo tooth is super cool! Wonder why you don’t hear much about Japanese fossil sites over here; they seem to be splendid!

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I’m trying to get in the habit of posting a fossil here every month. Today we have:

 

      Date: February 7th, 2018

      Location: Brownies Beach, Calvert Co., Maryland, USA

      Age: Calvert formation; early to mid miocene

      Name: Broadnose sevengill shark (Notorynchus cepedianus) AKA cow shark

size: one inch long about

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caldigger
12 minutes ago, WhodamanHD said:

 

      Name: Broadnoss sevengill shark (Notorynchus cepedianus) AKA cow shark.

Sorry, doesn't count cause you spelled "Broadnose" incorrectly. :rofl:

 

OK, it's a beautiful tooth and I'm just jealous.

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WhodamanHD
6 hours ago, caldigger said:

Sorry, doesn't count cause you spelled "Broadnose" incorrectly. :rofl:

 

OK, it's a beautiful tooth and I'm just jealous.

I’ll blame that on spell check;)

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MeargleSchmeargl
On 2/26/2018 at 11:03 PM, WhodamanHD said:

@David in Japan WOW! The Ankylo tooth is super cool! Wonder why you don’t hear much about Japanese fossil sites over here; they seem to be splendid!

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I’m trying to get in the habit of posting a fossil here every month. Today we have:

 

      Date: February 7th, 2018

      Location: Brownies Beach, Calvert Co., Maryland, USA

      Age: Calvert formation; early to mid miocene

      Name: Broadnose sevengill shark (Notorynchus cepedianus) AKA cow shark

size: one inch long about

That cow's lookin' sharp! :meg:

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WhodamanHD
7 hours ago, David in Japan said:

tyrannosaurid material, hadrosauridae material, ankylosauridae material, dromaesauridae, ornithomimosauridae and therizinosaurus material but too fragmentary to accurately identify them.

Reminds me of a site in China, Erlian (Erinhot). Thanks for the info, very cool!

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caldigger

Last day kiddies, get' em in quick!

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Calvert Cliff Dweller

Hi guys I would like to submit my Wahoo jaw I found last week on the 22th for vertebrate of the month. I also found a 3 tooth fragment on the 26th of Feb in the same slump of zone 10 Calvert formation. In the state of Maryland USA. As you can see the jaw fragment is almost 15 cm. If you need any more information let know I am new to this forum.

 

 

Found February 22 and 26th 

Brownies beach Chesapeake Beach Maryland USA

Age: Mid Miocene Calvert formation zone 10

Name: Wahoo / Acanthocybium Solandri

 

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Fossildude19
1 hour ago, Calvert Cliff Dweller said:

Hi guys I would like to submit my Wahoo jaw I found last week on the 22th for vertebrate of the month. I also found a 3 tooth fragment on the 26th of Feb in the same slump of zone 10 Calvert formation. In the state of Maryland USA. As you can see the jaw fragment is almost 15 cm. If you need any more information let know I am new to this forum.

 

Please read the rules at the top of the first page, and put the information in the format requested. ;) 

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Macrophyseter

This obviously has no chance of winning anything, but I still want to enter this fellow!

 

Date Found: Feb 10, 2018

Isurus oxyrinchus

Age and Formation: Monterey Shale, Miocene

Location: Southern Palos Verdes, California

 

 

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Ludwigia
5 hours ago, Macrophyseter said:

This obviously has no chance of winning anything, but I still want to enter this fellow!

Like they say at the olympic games: "Taking part is what counts!" :)

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Tidgy's Dad
1 hour ago, Ludwigia said:

Like they say at the olympic games: "Taking part is what counts!" :)

I thought that was, "It doesn't matter how you play the game as long as you win!" ?

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Ludwigia
1 hour ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

I thought that was, "It doesn't matter how you play the game as long as you win!" ?

I think that's rather the maxim from a good number of world reknowned politicians.

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Fossildude19
On 2/28/2018 at 10:37 PM, Macrophyseter said:

This obviously has no chance of winning anything, but I still want to enter this fellow!

 

Date Found: Feb 10, 2018

Isurus oxyrinchus

Age and Formation: Monterey Shale, Miocene

Location: Southern Palos Verdes, California

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Pics did not come through. 

Please send them via PM, and I will insert them.  ;) 

 

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