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Oxytropidoceras posted a topic in Fossil NewsA picture of a quite articulated vertebrate fossil appeared on Reddit today with someone asking what is it. I wish I could find fossils like this. My dad works as an constructer and he ordered to cut many huge rocks....he found this ,what’s that? - r/Paleontology/ Yours, Paul H.
Last weekend's attempt at volunteering at the Thomas Farm dig site near Gainesville was a washout due to the heavy rains. Though there is a chance of rain this weekend we're making the drive up from South Florida to try it again. The one useful thing that did come from the 11 hour round trip to northern Florida was that I became aware of a book that no Florida fossil hunter should be without. The Fossil Vertebrates of Florida Edited by Richard C. Hulbert, Jr. Somehow this great tome of information escaped my attention till now but I've corrected this situation and a copy is making its way t