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I am new to the fossil finding world. Please help me ID my find. A Facebook group says it Looks like it could be Temnocidaris (Stereocidaris) hudspethensis or ? Found among white rocks in a developing subdivision in Granbury, TX. 

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A very rare find. And they are spot on with the ID 

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 @lilw   Can you post additional photos and dimensions?  

 

Fantastic find.  What other fossils did you find in the immediate area?

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Beginner's luck sure does produce some nice things! :wub:

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Mark Kmiecik

That's pretty much the equivalent of going to Mazon Creek and finding a Tullymonster on your first visit. To give you an idea, I've been hunting Mazon Creek for 30 years and still don't have one. Not even a fragment of one. Beginner's luck just plain passed me by. 

 

What a way to start a collection! Congratulations.

 

If you can still get to that site legally, try to find more. Usually if you find one there's more.

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On 7/24/2019 at 12:58 AM, lilw said:

I am new to the fossil finding world. Please help me ID my find. A Facebook group says it Looks like it could be Temnocidaris (Stereocidaris) hudspethensis or ? Found among white rocks in a developing subdivision in Granbury, TX. 

20190722_144637.jpg

:wub:

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