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3 C. hastalis, a partial whale tooth and some echinoid pieces. All Pliocene.

 

 

 

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A C. hastalis and small meg.

 

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Thats all for now. More to follow.

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Adam86cucv

Looks like a nice day's finds.  :dinothumb:

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4 hours ago, Adam86cucv said:

Looks like a nice day's finds.  :dinothumb:

These are from 2 trips. The Eocene site and the Pliocene site are about 1/4 mile from each other. 

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Pagurus

The whale tooth alone would have made my day, or the echinoids, or....

:crab:

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Nimravis

You have some nice finds there.

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jcbshark

I love the red-orange color on the meg and mako Don, nice finds :wub:

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Plax

Any guess on the Linthia species? great photos 

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9 hours ago, jcbshark said:

I love the red-orange color on the meg and mako Don, nice finds :wub:

Thanks Jeff. A lot of the Carcharhinus teeth from this site have a nice red color.

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22 minutes ago, Plax said:

Any guess on the Linthia species? great photos 

No Don. It is not complete enough to determine between wilmingtonensis or hanoverensis.

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The pieces of regular echinoid test in the first picture are most likely Arbacia improcera.

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Harry Pristis

 

For comparison:

 

 

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Fossildude19

Great finds, Don!  :wub: 

Glad you've been getting out there. 

Thanks for the reports. 

 

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16 hours ago, Harry Pristis said:

 

For comparison:

 

 

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This is a wonderful comparison of these species. Thanks for posting!

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