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Callovian Brachiopoda for trade SPECIMENS ALREADY TRADED

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ricardo

Last weekend I collected a few large Callovian Rhynchonellida. I  will trade these for Atrypida and/or Spiriferida. Thank you.

 

 

 

 

ps. I have other Brachiopoda species from same spot.

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Specimens already traded

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Tidgy's Dad

Yum Yum! :drool:

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minnbuckeye

I could do a trade for Ordovician and Devonian Brachiopods from Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin and Ohio. After the holiday! Let me know if interested.

 

 Mike

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4 minutes ago, minnbuckeye said:

I could do a trade for Ordovician and Devonian Brachiopods from Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin and Ohio. After the holiday! Let me know if interested.

 

 Mike

 

Thanks for your interest. Those are reserved for you.

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ricardo
22 minutes ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

Yum Yum! :drool:

For me this one is tasty also :drool: 


Megerlia truncata (Linnaeus, 1767) 17x12x6 mm Peniche harbour, Portugal.


 

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Tidgy's Dad

Gorgeous! :wub:

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ricardo
3 minutes ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

Gorgeous! :wub:

An extant one :) 

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Tidgy's Dad

Yup, a living rhynchonellid. 

Here are some from 250 metres depth on the continental slope of France (image from Paleopolis.)

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1 minute ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

Yup, a living rhynchonellid. 

Here are some from 250 metres depth on the continental slope of France (image from Paleopolis.)

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I believe this one was captured at more than 400 metres depth on our continental slope.

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Just now, ricardo said:

The range depth is until 1000 m. 

Oh, I think I see! 

You're saying that the specimen you posted from Peniche harbour was found at a depth of more than 400 m?

Confusion because you quoted the photo I posted and I thought you meant that photo was captured off Portugal at that depth. 

 

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Just now, Tidgy's Dad said:

Oh, I think I see! 

You're saying that the specimen you posted from Peniche harbour was found at a depth of more than 400 m?

Confusion because you quoted the photo I posted and I thought you meant that photo was captured off Portugal at that depth. 

 

Sorry :)

 

Yes, it was that confusion. The specimen is from my study collection and the picture was taken in my living room.

 

 

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Tidgy's Dad

Got it. 

Anyway, it's still fantastic. :)

 

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