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ricardo
11 hours ago, caldigger said:

Ricardo, I notice you like to display your finds along with your other hobby of vintage tin toys. Sort of a duel show and tell. ;)

Hello, Caldigger

In fact I don´t collect vintage toys… those are just a few from my childhood :)

 

14 hours ago, PaleoNoel said:

Nice find!

 

Thanks. I found a few more. I will clean those on next days.

 

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PaleoNoel
6 minutes ago, Brett Breakin' Rocks said:

The best from today in the creek near Summerville .. Holy mother of all that is Unholy the water was cold.  The gods were shining down on me today. This tooth is most likely recently washed into the creek because it isn't completely black.  Best part was it came up as only a partial and missing a cusp/part of the root .. it always seems they are missing a cusp !!! ..

 

ok, so fast forward 15 minutes.  My 1/4" screen saved the day and I found the missing piece.  Huzzah ! A miracle honestly. One of my best from this creek.

 

Angustidens - Oligocene - Chandler Bridge Formation

 

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Awesome tooth!

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caldigger

It's always great to find a missing piece. Nice size.

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Brett Breakin' Rocks
23 minutes ago, PaleoNoel said:

Awesome tooth!

 

15 minutes ago, caldigger said:

It's always great to find a missing piece. Nice size.

Thanks .... it's always nice when a plan comes together.

 

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ynot
2 hours ago, Brett Breakin' Rocks said:

, so fast forward 15 minutes.  My 1/4" screen saved the day and I found the missing piece. 

Always nice to save a good tooth. Good eye too.

 

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Innocentx

 

5 hours ago, Brett Breakin' Rocks said:

it always seems they are missing a cusp !!! ..

 

ok, so fast forward 15 minutes.  My 1/4" screen saved the day

Whoa, there you go. That makes a day!

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Brett Breakin' Rocks
12 hours ago, ynot said:

Always nice to save a good tooth. Good eye too.

Thanks. A first for me but it happened where it counts.

8 hours ago, Innocentx said:

Whoa, there you go. That makes a day!

By then I was frozen and ready to go home .... yep, time to go. I'm done.

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fifbrindacier
24 minutes ago, Uncle Siphuncle said:

Coilopoceras ammonite, Goniopygus echinoid, Puzosia(?) ammonite.  None perfect condition, but fun finds nonetheless.  Big mileage road trip through central and west TX.

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Woah, pretty finds.

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Innocentx

This is from yesterday. A 3x2.5 inch piece of stromatolite from upper Pennsylvanian, in flint cortex.IMG_4695.thumb.jpg.48410134150f952a311daf8195981a86.jpgIMG_4696.thumb.JPG.e3eb6a7471ba3fc5b85552ea54c6ee81.JPGIMG_4697.thumb.JPG.554d02cbebce6bc5ce621887b8cfbec9.JPG

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PaleoNoel

Nice find! I feel like would see that and struggle to identify it, maybe even pass over it lol.

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Innocentx
4 hours ago, ricardo said:

Neolobites vibrayeanus

Fantastic looking fossil with it's raised up sutures.

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ricardo
4 minutes ago, Innocentx said:

with it's raised up sutures

 

I love it also. I saw that before on a fossil from same location...

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Innocentx

@Fossildude19. Well hello fish, that's a sweet bunch of slabs!

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UtahFossilHunter

These brachiopods I found yesterday.

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