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Tug hill shale


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New collector Found this in a large ravine/gulf on tug hill. curious as to the metallic silver appearance 

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Nice orthocone cephalopods, ... they look to be preserved in pyrite.


Best to keep it in an airtight container with some dessicant packages.

Pyrite disease is real.

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Woah!  Pyritized orthocones... very cool.  I agree with Fossildude19, be very wary of moisture

-Jay

 

 

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― Jules Verne, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea

 

 

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Beautiful nautiloids. Congrats. Thanks for posting those. 

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