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A long time to be "Jonesing" fossils.

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Tidgy's Dad

I'll bet it can! 

Still, those are simply amazing! :drool:

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Innocentx

Regardless of source, these are really nice.

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WhodamanHD

Those are wonderful! They waited a long time to find their way to you!

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Ludwigia

I just had to open up the urban dictionary to get a hold of that, but now I can well understand your desire. Great aquisitions!

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FossilDAWG

Those are incredible!  :wub: :envy: :drool:  I did not know that is was possible to find such fossils for sale.

 

Don

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ynot

Wonderful and unusual pieces!:wub:

Thanks for sharing these seldom seen fossils.

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Auspex

GREAT GOOGLY MOOGLY!
I now have serious fossil-envy...

lease please please put these in the  TFF Collections virtual museum!

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RJB

Nice stuff man!   Ive been telling my chidren that there will come a day when all this fossiling will be over, gone, kuput, ilegal and so forth.  Sad really, but ive got two trips planned for more stuff.   The intire world is changing and fossils are becoming the only thing on the planet that is not a comodity.  Bar none.  Ive already gone to far.  sorry. 

 

RB

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Jeffrey P

Those are very impressive additions to what is already a fantastic collection you have. Big congratulations on acquiring those rare and amazing specimens and thanks for sharing them with us.  

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fossilized6s

Spectacular pieces! Definitely top notch for anyone that actually knows what they are. 

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doushantuo

Definitely Tribrachidium-like

and Dickinsonia OR Epibaion,by the looks of it

edit: think i see Kimberella,as well

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Interesting finds!

 

 

 

 

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Echinoid

Wow, the Dickinsonia looks it's straight out of Ediacra Hills! Brilliant acquisition!

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