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Amazing eggs

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Troodon

Nice eggs Andy a super collection to be proud of.

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Tidgy's Dad

Marvelous collection.:)

Thank you very much for sharing these with us, Andy. 

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JarrodB

Beautiful collection Andy. 

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Gizmo

Very nice, congrats! :thumbsu:

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snolly50

I enjoyed seeing those eggs, thanks.

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Masp

Impressive collection.  I don’t think I’ve ever seen a diverse collection of dinosaur eggs like this. 

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lone5wolf117

Fantastic egg collection Andy I should start collecting eggs too. 

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Ludwigia

These eggs are certainly sunny side up :)

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HamptonsDoc

Eggcellent collection!  I've been looking for a Troodon egg for 3 years and still haven't found one.  I love when they're embedded in their matrix still and standing straight up.  Nice to see some pictures of real eggs posted on the forum!

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-Andy-

Thanks for the kind comments guys

 

On 05/05/2019 at 10:46 AM, Masp said:

Impressive collection.  I don’t think I’ve ever seen a diverse collection of dinosaur eggs like this. 

 

Oh there are plenty of great collections out there. Jason here has more eggs than I have.

 

On 05/05/2019 at 1:07 PM, lone5wolf117 said:

Fantastic egg collection Andy I should start collecting eggs too. 

 

Yes you should. Eggs are great

 

On 05/05/2019 at 9:52 PM, HamptonsDoc said:

Eggcellent collection!  I've been looking for a Troodon egg for 3 years and still haven't found one.  I love when they're embedded in their matrix still and standing straight up.  Nice to see some pictures of real eggs posted on the forum!

 

Yup I got lucky with my Troodon egg. I haven't seen any other single eggs besides mine.

 

Here's the next batch of egg photos:

 

Egg_Hypselosaurus_1b.thumb.jpg.4a1375aa0546961730cc3bea12af398b.jpg

"Common" Name: Hypselosaurus egg
H. priscus
70 mya | late Cretaceous
Aix-en-Province, France
(deaccessioned by Museum Biochron, Emmen, The Netherlands)

 

Cairanoolithus_1b.thumb.jpg.c6f3d9e64946aba1368c678dd5ca7937.jpg

"Common" Name: Cairanoolithus dughii
Megaloolithid indet.
70.6 - 66 mya | late Cretaceous
Begudo-Rognacian Formation
Mèze, Hérault, France

(Note: Has composited eggshells)

 

P1170162.thumb.jpg.1f07193a5869b2c9c038c27e7f96ddb8.jpg

"Common" Name: Sauropod egg fragment
Megaloolithid indet.
72.1 - 66 mya | late Cretaceous
Aix-en-Province, France

 

P1170208.thumb.jpg.b64af1357819008e08c63334e91f3a39.jpg

"Common" Name: Sauropod egg fragment
Megaloolithid indet.
72.1 - 66 mya | late Cretaceous
Aix-en-Province, France

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Egg_Titanosaur_7.thumb.jpg.105240dfbc4e9aee284e89166ae7c2a5.jpg

"Common" Name: Partial Titanosaur egg
Megaloolithus patagonicus
83.5 - 79.5 mya | late Cretaceous
Auca Mahuevo, Argentina

 

Saltasaurus_3.thumb.jpg.2767f00d1219bca228b0868979da67a4.jpg

"Common" Name: Saltasaurus egg (partial)
Titanosaurid indet.
76 – 70 mya | late Cretaceous
Allen Formation

General Roca, Rio

 

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"Common" Name: Sauropod eggshell
Titanosaurid indet.
76 – 70 mya | late Cretaceous
Patagonia, Argentina

(Note: I haven't seen any eggshells quite like this before)

Gift from @Nimravis

 

Dino_eggshells_2.thumb.jpg.3558f4a3a2b1b7b67225860ba47b27eb.jpg

Dinosaur eggshell set

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Nimravis

Great collection Andy and I like the way you did the riker mount.

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Tidgy's Dad

Love all these eggshell pieces. :)

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