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Brachiopods: 

 

Inarticulate brachiopods Orbiculoidea truncata, with some ostracod hitchhikers- 

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Mucrospirifer mucronatus

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Protoleptostrophia perplana, with an imprint of a Craniops hamiltonae , an inarticulate brachiopod, at around 2:00 o'clock. A few ostracods as well. 

 

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WhodamanHD

Nice trilos! :trilo::dinothumb:

Thanks for sharing!

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Trevor

Awesome finds!

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Darktooth

Nice finds Tim! Glad you had fun with the family! (And a little time to yourself);)

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Innocentx

I love creeks. They rarely fail me and are beautiful places to just to be. I'm glad you had a chance to hunt there and not come back empty handed. Truly nice.

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Peat Burns

Nice finds.  Especially nice Spyroceras. Thanks for posting

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belemniten

Looks like a nice little hunting trip :) I like the trilobites!

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DanKurek

Nice finds. Looks like an awesome place to hunt!

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Vieira

Nice trip :dinothumb:.

Beautiful pictures.

 

Thanks for sharing

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Bullsnake

With all of the hard work and vigilance you put in on TFF, I wondered if you ever get to go play. I'm glad to see you got to splash in the creek for awhile!

Really cool fossils, Tim!

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Fossildude19

@WhodamanHD @Darktooth  @Trevor @Innocentx @Peat Burns @DanKurek @Vieira  @belemniten @Bullsnake

 

Thanks for the kind comments, all. :) 

It is nice to spend some time with family, and alone, in nature. Finding some cool stuff is just icing on the cake. ;) 

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Kane

Well done, Tim. :) You made out very well, and it seems a lovely creek to meander through with some shade spots to duck out of the sun.

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FossilDAWG

I believe I recognize that creek!  I'm glad to hear you are having a good time with family and got a little solitude time in as well.  The fossils are a nice bonus.

 

Don

 

 

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Fossildude19

@FossilDAWG  @Kane

 

Thanks, gents!


Came back from vacation on Sunday, ... so now it's back to the grind. ;) 

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Pagurus

I'm glad Jeff left something for you, Tim. That looks like a great place to spend a few quiet hours. You came home :trilowalk:  with some really nice finds too. 

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Fossildude19
11 minutes ago, Pagurus said:

I'm glad Jeff left something for you, Tim. That looks like a great place to spend a few quiet hours. You came home :trilowalk:  with some really nice finds too. 

Thanks, Mike. Gotta get you there one of these days! ;) 

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ynot

Nice finds and report.

Glad You had some "Me" time on the family gathering.

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Fossildude19

Thanks, Tony!


Here is a close up of the Spyroceras 

 

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And a better shot of my best trilobite of the day. 

 

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and a partial with some pyrite encrustation: 

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And a close up of the free standing part of my double plate.

 

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Monica

Stunning finds, Tim!  I particularly like the Protoleptostrophia perplana and the Spyroceras - the details on both are exquisite! :wub:

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Fossildude19

Thanks, @Monica:) 

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Jeffrey P

Congratulations Tim. Looks like you did extremely well in just a short time.  Nice trilos and that Orbiculoidea is a killer! Very jealous. Yes, I was there three days before. Would have loved your company. Hopefully next year will work out.

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JimB88

Wow Tim! You did good! I too love the Spyroceras! There seems to be a little hitchhiker on the bottom Mucrospirifer as well!

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GordonC

Nice trip and finds, liking the spyroceras. G

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