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Delabole Butterfly, old time spiriferid specimen

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Fossildude19

Awesome addition to your collection, Tarquin! Very nice specimen.

Classic fossil collected? Check! :) 

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Ludwigia

Congrats on a wonderful acquisition!

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Tidgy's Dad

:envy:

I've always wanted a Delabole butterfly. 

Beautiful and very special. :)

Congratulations.

 

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TqB
2 hours ago, Fossildude19 said:

Awesome addition to your collection, Tarquin! Very nice specimen.

Classic fossil collected? Check! :) 

 

2 hours ago, Ludwigia said:

Congrats on a wonderful acquisition!

 

1 hour ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

:envy:

I've always wanted a Delabole butterfly. 

Beautiful and very special. :)

Congratulations.

 

Thanks for the endorsements, guys, glad I'm not the only one to appreciate this squashed brachiopod. :)

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ricardo

In the land of the beautiful Cornwallite and Liroconite... a charming brachiopoda.

Congratulations for your acquisition!

 

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TqB
32 minutes ago, ricardo said:

In the land of the beautiful Cornwallite and Liroconite... a charming brachiopoda.

Congratulations for your acquisition!

 

Thank you! I lived there as a child and have a few minerals, nothing special though. And this is only my second fossil from there, there aren't many locations. :)

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ricardo
17 minutes ago, TqB said:

 lived there as a child and have a few minerals...  this is only my second fossil from there, there aren't many locations. 

Well, I´m an admirer of Sir A. Russell  outstanding mineral collection from Cornwal and Devon. I spent hours seeing those when most part was in exhibition in MNHN. 
Glad seeing you are happy with a fossil from your homeland :)

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