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Warcabek
Hi

Location:Kraków, Zakrzówek, Poland
Age:Cretaceous, Touronian
Whsts specimen crab is it?  Click image for larger version - Name: DSC_1251_Easy-Resize.com.jpg, Views: 47, Size: 193.91 KB Click image for larger version - Name: DSC_1252_Easy-Resize.com.jpg, Views: 44, Size: 227.28 KB
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prep01
Hello, I don't think there were very many crabs in thMid Cretaceous, only some lobsters! I think what you have found is a Heteropolar shark coprolite. (Shark poo)!
Colin Huller
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Warcabek
Ok thank you
This is my first coprolite 🙂 
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andy333
Looks like ornamentation in the first picture. Try Plagiophthalmus.
Crossing the eyes and dotting the teas.
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ThomasM
I agree with Andy, certainly crab, also look at Pithonoton? Probably needs prepping out to be sure
Thomas

If you don't look, you won't find.
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