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Sphenodiscus lenticularis ammonite and other shell fossils in a shale matrix

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JagMcJag

Very impressive looking specimen. 

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Tidgy's Dad

A beautiful ammonite! :wub::ammonite01:

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Ludwigia

You certainly got a fantastic deal on that one! Did you get it as is, or did you do some improvement prepping on it?

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Max-fossils

Gorgeous!

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Taogan

Impressive sutures

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xraymike79
15 minutes ago, Ludwigia said:

You certainly got a fantastic deal on that one! Did you get it as is, or did you do some improvement prepping on it?

 

I did nothing to it. The auctioneer was in Illinois. 

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KimTexan

Wow! That is gorgeous! :drool: :wub:

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FranzBernhard

What a lovely specimen! Looks like a good deal ;).

Franz Bernhard

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ynot

Nice acquisition.

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aplomado

Wow!

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ForestDragon

that looks AWESOME man good find!

 

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PaleoNoel

She's a beaut!

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Wrangellian

Some wonderful specimens come out of the Fox Hills/Pierre Shale. I like that it's on matrix with those small bivalves and all around it.

The seller didn't know what it was - did you have fill in the ID/location data yourself, then?

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Bobby Rico

Beautiful wow

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xraymike79
6 hours ago, Wrangellian said:

Some wonderful specimens come out of the Fox Hills/Pierre Shale. I like that it's on matrix with those small bivalves and all around it.

The seller didn't know what it was - did you have fill in the ID/location data yourself, then?

 Yes.

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Uncle Siphuncle

Having found many Sphenos in Texas, I must say that yours has quite the stately presentation!

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