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Texas Coniacian (Cretaceous)

Texas Coniacian (Cretaceous)

Fossils from the Texas Coniacian

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Mikrogeophagus

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Looks similar to the Early Coniacian mortoni up north but a very different color. Cool how much it varies from Santonian mortoni… I’m ready for the species to get split up already!

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LSCHNELLE

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I love the Ptychodus whipplei. It looks almost like a work of art with the ridges sweeping down the sides of the crown with that beautiful reddish brown color. The ridges are usually hard to see in that area.

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