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Fossils that I found in my vacations


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pochoclo666

These are the majority of the pieces that I found in my vacations. I had free time and found many things, a great contribution to the rest of my collection (A total of 692 teeth!).

I hope you enjoy them! Regards ! 

 

 

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Myrmica

Nice.  Quite the haul.  Where are they from?

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Hi,

 

Please, don’t write so big, it means on the web that you’re screaming ! ;)

 

Nice sea urchins.

 

Coco

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Al Dente
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The sand dollars look like Monophoraster. Are these from Argentina or maybe Chile?

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MikeR

Both the Monophoraster and shark teeth look like those from the Upper Miocene Enterriense Formation found in the Argentinian Valdez Peninsula.

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I love the bird bone in there...left bone, 8th photo.  Looks like a penguin tarsometatarsus.  Not unexpected, but exciting, in Miocene of the southern hemisphere, assuming the others are right (Argentina/Chile).  

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siteseer
16 hours ago, MikeR said:

Both the Monophoraster and shark teeth look like those from the Upper Miocene Enterriense Formation found in the Argentinian Valdez Peninsula.

 

The shark teeth look more late Oligocene to early Miocene in age.  There are rather small Carcharocles (Otodus) teeth with reduced lateral cusplets along with a Parotodus with a more slender and hooked crown than is seen from the late Miocene.  A couple of the other teeth appear to be early form Carcharodon hastalis.

 

Jess

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