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FIG 22.

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FIG 23.

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doushantuo

kudo's for the photography,Het

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FIG 24-34: Second major C. woollgari plate followed by closer pictures of the specimens on it. 

 

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FIG 23: Can you spot the tooth? 

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doushantuo

NICE!

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FIG 24: Large C. woollgari.

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FIG 25: Tons of C. woollgari.

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FIG 26: Perhaps the best C. woollgari specimen at the site. Robust form. Notice the tooth in this and the next photo. 

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FIG 27.

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FIG 28.

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FIG 29.

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FIG 30.

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Are they concentrated at a certain stratigraphic level,BTW?

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FIG 31. 

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FIG 32: The largest ammonite from the site on one of the rocks supporting the cellar door. Probably C. woollgari.

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At the risk of offending you:

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FIGS 33-36: Some kind of tooth. Notice the bone structure. 

 

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FIG 33.

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FIG 34.

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FIG 35.

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FIG 36. 

 

That’s all of the pictures. Enjoy! 

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9 minutes ago, doushantuo said:

At the risk of offending you:

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I could be wrong. According to HGMS’s book, there are two species and one subspecies of Collignoniceras in the C. woollgari woollgari zone in the Kamp Ranch: C. aff. papale, C. woollgari woollgari, and C. woollgari regulare. Almost certainly not the first species, but I am not sure about the last two subspecies. 

 

Here are are some other specimens from the Kamp Ranch: Eagle Ford and Kamp Ranch Dallas, Texas trip

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24 minutes ago, doushantuo said:

Are they concentrated at a certain stratigraphic level,BTW?

Don’t know, since they were quarried 142 years ago :P Not really sure. There are others on here that would know more about the Eagle Ford than me. 

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I am not doubting you for a minute,but the suture lines are from Kennedy/Cobban/Landman/2001.

Given the roster of authors..

Btw: I just posted it to show the suture of a subspecies .I am sure you know your ammonites

With regard to the tooth (or not): are you thinking of

http://www.bioone.org/doi/abs/10.1660/062.114.0101?journalCode=tkas

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Fossildude19

Interesting place. :) 

Thanks for posting this. 

Regards,

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