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Fossildude19

@LSCHNELLE

Thank you. :) 

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JarrodB
On 5/9/2018 at 12:32 PM, Carl said:

Cretodus crassidens tooth (with bonus fish vertebra)

Catoma Creek, Montgomery, Montgomery Co., Alabama

Upper Cretaceous (Upper Santonian) Tombigbee Sand Member, Eutaw Formation

Found 2 May 2018, prep completed 9 May 2018

 

 

Now that's cool. 

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fifbrindacier

1. Coprolite

2. Upper cretaceous, Maastritchian

3. South-West of France

4. Found May 15

 

Coprolite with marks of predation.

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jpc

I found and prepped a really cool fossil that will give caterpillar a challenge.   Will post later but for now... Fait gaffe Monsiuer caterpillar, il y a un petit croco qui viens bouffer ton immense crane.    

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caterpillar

Bien joué JP. Avec tes gros doigts, tu arrives à préparer un si petit croco?

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Max-fossils

Insane finds...

 

@jpc incredible find and great prep job for this tiny jaw of an awesome predator!

 

@thelivingdead531 that is a very nice, and very thick-shelled gastropod! Very cool find!

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FossilSniper
11 hours ago, jpc said:

 This is my entry for May 2018.  Found on 23 May, prepped on 24 May.  Alligator jaw from the Wasatch Fm. at Patrick Draw. Years ago I would have called it Allognathosuchus, but Chris Brochu has renamed most Eocene crocodilians from around here and I would have to look it up.

Awesome find!

I really do appreciate the effort you put into prepping this tiny yet perfect jaw.

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WhodamanHD

@jpc What an immaculate little jaw! Great job on the prep!

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WhodamanHD

My invert entry, 2 inches longest side, 1 1/2 widest. More than fifty Tentaculites sp. and many ostracods.

Sunday, May 20, 2018

Ostracod and Tentaculites sp. Hash Plate

McKenzie Formation/Rochester Shale

Allegany County, Maryland

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