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Fossil trade- upper Carboniferous fossils wanted

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Here are some fossils which I would like to trade for upper Carboniferous fossils.  I am interested in anything from the upper Carboniferous, but would also consider fossils from the Lower Carboniferous.  If you have anything to trade, please let me know.  I have many other fossils to trade which aren’t shown in the pictures, so if there are any fossil types you would like, please let me know and I will let you know if I have any of that fossil type to trade.

Thanks,

Daniel

1.  Archosaur tooth, Triassic, Penarth, Wales.  This may be from a Theropod dinosaur.  If it is indeed from a Theropod, it is rather rare.

2.  This is probably the best coral I have ever found.  It is Carboniferous age, and was found on the Holderness coast, England.

3.  Unidentified sp, Cretaceous, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, Uk

4.  Dinosaur/reptile bone, Cretaceous, Yaverland, Isle of Wight, UK

5.  Megalodon tooth- North/South Carolina

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6.  Fish vertebrae, Eocene, Isle of Sheppey, UK

7/8.  I think this is Eleganticeras elegantulum, Jurassic, North Yorkshire, UK.  Picture 8 shows a small amount of damage the fossil has.

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9.  Icthyosaur vertebra.  It was found in several pieces but it is quite large.

10. Various

 

 

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11.  A nautiloid from Hunstanton, UK.  I think these are quite uncommon.

12.  Sea urchin spine, Jurassic, Lincolnshire, UK.

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Max-fossils
On 4/8/2019 at 6:14 PM, Strepsodus said:

The archosaur tooth will be donated to a museum.

:yay-smiley-1:

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On 3/31/2019 at 5:01 AM, Strepsodus said:

6.  Fish vertebrae, Eocene, Isle of Sheppey, UK

7/8.  I think this is Eleganticeras elegantulum, Jurassic, North Yorkshire, UK.  Picture 8 shows a small amount of damage the fossil has.

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The ammonite is nice. I hunt a lot of early to mid carboniferous, mainly mississipian in age here in Missouri. Would trade something for it if your interested. Mainly i have corals, bryozoans, brachs, bivalves, crinoids, and mollusks that I could trade for if interested, thanks either way.

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On 15/04/2019 at 6:59 AM, Jackson g said:

The ammonite is nice. I hunt a lot of early to mid carboniferous, mainly mississipian in age here in Missouri. Would trade something for it if your interested. Mainly i have corals, bryozoans, brachs, bivalves, crinoids, and mollusks that I could trade for if interested, thanks either way.

Sorry for the late reply.  I don’t collect many Lower Carboniferous fossils, but thanks for the offer.

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