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The Amateur Paleontologist

Nice trip report :)

That ?pterosaur tooth looks really good!

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RuMert

Nice photos! Sights are astonishing, Natalie looks gorgeous. Would be great to see the lobster and the other finds.

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Darktooth

Great report and pics! Thanks for sharing this with us! Also Congratulations on a nice trip!

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belemniten

Looks like a great trip! Can't wait to see some more pictures of your finds and especially of the tooth :drool:

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jcbshark

Love the pics :fistbump: looks like a wonderful trip

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JarrodB

Great pics and trip report. 

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Vieira

Nice report.Thanks for sharing :dinothumb:

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The Amateur Paleontologist
57 minutes ago, Manticocerasman said:

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You know, complete plesiosaur specimens from anywhere in the world are really rare. That ought to be in a museum ;) 

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Ludwigia

Watch out for that Plesiosaur! He may take a bite out of that Schloenbachia!

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t-tree

Great report and finds, it looks like you had a good holiday.

 

John

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Randyw

Very nice!

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RuMert

Superb! Is it of Cretacious period? I wish I found Mezozoic lobster or crab myself. Nice massive ammonites too (the build, it looks great)

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Manticocerasman
14 minutes ago, RuMert said:

Superb! Is it of Cretacious period? I wish I found Mezozoic lobster or crab myself. Nice massive ammonites too (the build, it looks great)

It is early Cretaceous: lower greensands.

Meyeria magna

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Natalie81
19 minutes ago, RuMert said:

Superb! Is it of Cretacious period? I wish I found Mezozoic lobster or crab myself. Nice massive ammonites too (the build, it looks great)

You find marine reptiles, that's pretty awesome too! :D Still on my wishing list to find any plesio :fingerscrossed:

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RuMert

 

44 minutes ago, Natalie81 said:

You find marine reptiles, that's pretty awesome too! :D Still on my wishing list to find any plesio :fingerscrossed:

Thanks, I'm looking for something like this but still too far from finding it:D

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Mark Kmiecik
8 hours ago, Manticocerasman said:

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Not likely -- wrong dentition. :heartylaugh:

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Monica

Beautiful spiny ammonites - WOW!!! :envy:

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Emthegem
On 2019-07-29 at 12:46 PM, Manticocerasman said:

 

vieuw on the camping from Wight:

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of to the beach:

 

 

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Dorset and Lyme regis:

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Ammonites everywhere :P

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Mary Anning:

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Wow the view is gorgeous!!!! 

 

Really cool, I did a project all about Mary Anning and her achievements in the field of paleontology back in first year for one of my history projects.

Living in Europe would be sooooooooo nice for fossil hunting, you are lucky!

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Calli99

Great finds and very cool to see them prepped!

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Manticocerasman

an update on some more prepps:

 

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Mantelliceras mantelli:

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Mantelliceras saxbii:

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a few nautiluses :)

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