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Brett Breakin' Rocks posted a topic in Partners in Paleontology - Member Contributions to ScienceI finally made it out in July to a location near Charleston I am always mentioning, but had never personally visited. After 3 dry years of no ear bone periotics they started showing up in triplicate this summer. Probably was able to discern their shape better after seeing so many examples. Not much else showed up for me that day save a few tiny teeth. But it led to my first, albeit small donation. Common or Scientific Name: Odontoceti indet. (delphinid periotic ear bone) Geologic Formation: Undetermined - ( Fossil dredge from this site typically contains Oligocene Ashley Forma
Hi all! I've joined some time ago, but am terrible at actually posting. I'm not sure if this is the best place to post this, but over Memorial Day weekend @Boesse and I traveled to Aurora, NC for the 24th annual Aurora Fossil Fest! We saw multiple collections from people in the North Carolina Fossil Club, including finds from the Lee Creek Mine. We were there representing the Mace Brown Museum of Natural History, and we wrote a blog post up on it! http://blogs.cofc.edu/macebrownmuseum/2017/06/02/friday-fossil-feature-2017-aurora-fossil-fest/ I don't know everyone's handles on this