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Al Tahan

You at Arkona? Awesome finds either way Kane! 

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Fossildude19

Great finds, Kane!

I like the Phyllocarid, and the Placoderm is awesome. 

Congrats on a successful hunt. 

Glad you got out. :) 

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Fossil-Hound

@Kane that is awesome. Way to go. The Goniatite has pyrite on it. Nice Placoderm and trilobites. All around a very successful trip with @Malcolmt

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Monica

Cool placoderm puzzle!  Congrats! :dinothumb:

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thebluecatapilla

Very cool finds, have fun putting the placoderm together :dinothumb:

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Darktooth

Glad that you were able to get out and collect some nice stuff!:dinothumb:

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Peat Burns

:envy:

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Paul1719

Definitely cool placoderm!

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JUAN EMMANUEL

Love the finds. I especially like that placoderm armour. 

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Manticocerasman

Wow, those ar great Devonian fossils . congrats with the placoderm :) .

 

and of cours the goniatites :ninja:

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Kane

Thanks, all... Still need to put that fish puzzle together. :coffee:

@Manticocerasman - Heh, our goniatites are puny compared to the ones you have over there! Ours tend to average to about the size of a Euro coin. The tradeoff is probably trilobites (your goniaties maybe ate them all, which is why they are so large?). :D 

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Scylla

Nice finds, made me go check to see if my passport is up to date. Ontario is just over the border from New York:D

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Kane
7 minutes ago, Scylla said:

Nice finds, made me go check to see if my passport is up to date. Ontario is just over the border from New York:D

:D ... Well, even if you couldn't make the drive, if you've collected the silica shale in Ohio or equivalent formations in Michigan, we share a lot of the same fauna. The only difference up here is that the fossils are in metric, and say sorry a lot. :P 

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Scylla
12 minutes ago, Kane said:

:D ... Well, even if you couldn't make the drive, if you've collected the silica shale in Ohio or equivalent formations in Michigan, we share a lot of the same fauna. The only difference up here is that the fossils are in metric, and say sorry a lot. :P 

...and speak French?

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Kane
Just now, Scylla said:

...and speak French?

Only half the time, but considerably less as you travel west. :P 

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Manticocerasman
1 hour ago, Kane said:

Thanks, all... Still need to put that fish puzzle together. :coffee:

@Manticocerasman - Heh, our goniatites are puny compared to the ones you have over there! Ours tend to average to about the size of a Euro coin. The tradeoff is probably trilobites (your goniaties maybe ate them all, which is why they are so large?). :D 

I ve seen some realy big goniatites from the NY area ( gephuroceratids ) so there should be some bigger ones. 

 

 

but indeed here trilobites are elusive. I ve found some fragments, but never a complete specimen.

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