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    Posted 1 year ago

    dempseycol…
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    IItems were acquired through friend. I am trying to identify all fossils. These are large. Thank you so much in advance.

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    0.78" Kettneraspis williamsi Trilobite Oklahoma NO RESERVE
    0.78" Kettneraspis williamsi Tr...
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    2 x Eurypterus fossils Ukraine NO RESERVE
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    Megalodon Sharks Tooth  6 1/16'' inch fossil sharks teeth tooth
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    Top Rare 18.11 Inch Pterosaur Limb Bone (Azhdarchidae Family) Late Cretaceous
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    0.78" Kettneraspis williamsi Trilobite Oklahoma NO RESERVE
    0.78" Kettneraspis williamsi Tr...
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    1. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 year ago
      Are good friend here at CW, Fortapache, has a few fossils about with info that may help..Check Him out!!

      Thomas.
    2. SpiritBear, 1 year ago
      First and third are specifically Orthoceras: what you have are the fosilised remains of the bone in their heads.
    3. Brunswick Brunswick, 1 year ago
      Nice job SpiritBear!!

      Thomas.
    4. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 1 year ago
      In the 3rd pic, there are 2 male, 2 female & 1 undecided. (Devil made me do it) LOL !!
    5. Lata Lata, 1 year ago
      Great Fossiles! First and third seem to be Moroccan Fossils, Morocco is rich with fossils such as ammonites, orthoceras, trilobites and dinosaur teeth, in portion of the Sahara Desert, which was once an ocean, holds many remains of creatures that once inhabited the earth. Skilled artisans prepare and polish some of the fossils. Orthoceras are dated to the lower Ordovician to Triassic ages (500 to 190 million years ago). The name "Ammonite" originates from the Greek horned ram called Ammon. Ammonites are perhaps the most widely known fossils, bearing a typically banded spiral formation shell. These squid-like creatures lived in the sea between 65-415 million years ago.
    6. Lata Lata, 1 year ago
      *Fossils

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