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Some Rudists from the Campanian St. Bartholomä-formation, Gosau group, Eastern Alps (St. Bartholomä, Styria, Austria)

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Tidgy's Dad

Great! 

I look forward to following this thread! :)

 

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FranzBernhard
Just now, Tidgy's Dad said:

I look forward to following this thread!

Thanks! Will take some time...

Franz Bernhard

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Tidgy's Dad
1 minute ago, FranzBernhard said:

Thanks! Will take some time...

Franz Bernhard

No hurry!

:popcorn:

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Tidgy's Dad

Very informative and great photos. :)

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Tidgy's Dad

Beautiful collection! :wub:

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Fossildude19

This is wonderful, Franz!

Thanks for sharing these. :) 

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abyssunder

Nice collection! Congrats for your work! :)

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FranzBernhard
12 hours ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

Beautiful collection! 

 

11 hours ago, Fossildude19 said:

This is wonderful, Franz!

 

11 hours ago, abyssunder said:

Nice collection!

Thanks for all your appreciation!
Franz Bernhard

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Quer

A nice piece, and a nice beech tree forest, too. They look the same here, now (beech tree forests). Not an ideal place to hunt fossils, though, as leaf litter covers everything. Good eagle eye, Frantz.

 

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Tidgy's Dad

Great find! :)

And what a monster! 

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UtahFossilHunter

Very nice! This is a great thread you’ve got going.:dinothumb:

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Tidgy's Dad

Informative, beautiful and great photos.:)

Again.

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Fossildude19

These were such odd creatures! :headscratch:

Thank you for taking the time to post these and teach us about them. :) 

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FranzBernhard
On 14.1.2019 at 5:23 PM, Quer said:

A nice piece

Thanks, this one was really a big surprise. 

On 14.1.2019 at 5:23 PM, Quer said:

Good eagle eye

No, no, normal eyesight with glasses, but nearly blind without ;). But one gets used to some fossils and its typical patters. For rudists, the longitudinal ribbing/structure is typical and can be spotted from several meters away. Sometimes, it turns out to be a piece of sandstone, tough...

 

On 14.1.2019 at 9:03 PM, Tidgy's Dad said:

Great find!

Thanks!

On 14.1.2019 at 9:03 PM, Tidgy's Dad said:

And what a monster! 

Yes, it´s somewhat monstrous, at least for this formation.

 

On 16.1.2019 at 3:55 PM, UtahFossilHunter said:

Very nice!

So someone is enjoying it? ;);) Thanks!

 

On 16.1.2019 at 7:58 PM, Tidgy's Dad said:

Informative, beautiful and great photos.

Thanks!

 

11 hours ago, Fossildude19 said:

These were such odd creatures!

Yes, they are! It´s really a pity, that they are extinct!

11 hours ago, Fossildude19 said:

Thank you for taking the time to post these

You are welcome! I am just sharing my humble specimens :).

11 hours ago, Fossildude19 said:

teach us about them.

I am teaching mainly myself ;). I have to take a closer look while posting them and I am learning always something new, when looking closely at them. And describing the observations in English is really difficult for me. But that is good, in this way I have to think a little bit more.
Franz Bernhard

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Tidgy's Dad

Nice to catch up with this thread. 

I rather like that last one, very nice as a display piece. :)

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