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Mioplosus_Lover24
10 minutes ago, Fossildude19 said:

Hard to choose just one. :(

:blink: That is quite the assortment! 

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Mioplosus_Lover24
26 minutes ago, Fossildude19 said:

Hard to choose just one. :( 

If I have too pick one for you that catfish seems like the clear winner! :envy:

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Fossildude19
48 minutes ago, Mioplosus_Lover24 said:

If I have too pick one for you that catfish seems like the clear winner! :envy:

Yeah, it was a super deal at  $7.77 . ;) 

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Mioplosus_Lover24
2 hours ago, Fossildude19 said:

Yeah, it was a super deal at  $7.77 . ;) 

:default_faint: 

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Mioplosus_Lover24
2 hours ago, Fossildude19 said:

Yeah, it was a super deal at  $7.77 . ;) 

My best deal I have gotten was a Mioplosus aspiration for $4 or a Notogonues fry for $5.... Happy it ended up in your collection!:)

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Fossildude19

Nice! :)

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Mioplosus_Lover24

Here is that aspiration I got for a whopping price of $4!

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Mioplosus_Lover24

As my name suggests I love Mioplosus! This is my most complete one!

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Pagurus

This Redfieldius gracillus I found on a hunt with Tim is still my favorite.:tff:

 

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caldigger

Oooo, I've heard stories of the "Headless Redfeildius of Sleepy Hollow Lake".

I hope I don't have nightmares tonight!!!

:o

 

I just love the scale details of the fish you find Mike. :thumbsu:

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Pagurus
1 hour ago, caldigger said:

I hope I don't have nightmares tonight!!!

 

Beware the headless fish, my friend.
As it wiggles through your dreams.
Searching for its forward end,
While silently it screams.

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Mioplosus_Lover24
11 minutes ago, Pagurus said:

While silently it screams.

:popcorn:

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Mioplosus_Lover24

Here is one of my more "interesting" specimens, it is a Europholis boissieri with preserved stomach contents! In its gut it has a Armigatus.

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ziggycardon

Very hard to choose a favorite but it would be one of these two.

 

A Devonian lungfish (Dipterus valenciennesi) found in Achanarras Quarry, Caithness, Scotland (385 million years old)

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A Paramblypterus, found in Pfalz (Odernheim am Glan) in Germany, 270 million years old (Permian)

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ziggycardon

Ow and I nearly forget my Prionolepis from Haqel in Lebanon (100 - 94 million years old) 
Also one of my favorite, the scales have a very special shine in certain light.

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historianmichael

This is my favorite fish. A gift from the workers at American Fossil Quarry when my family visited Kemmerer a few years ago. I believe it is the tail to Phareodus encaustus

 

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Ramon

This is my only complete fossilized fish in my collection. I’m quite happy I got it for a very low price.

 

 

Dapalis Macrurus

Early Oligocene (34-28 million years old)

Ceréste, France

 

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Dracarys

This is a double sided Gillicus mounted on a circular metal frame

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