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ThomasM


I have not got H. glabra, no, very interesting, they are very rare like H. edwardsi, I would love to see a picture. Have you got an H. edwardsi too Phileas?


Edited by ThomasM 2011-08-08 20:08:21
Thomas

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


A nice double specimen of the incredibly rare crab, Homolopsis edwardsi and the commoner Notopocorystes stokesii. The smaller crab is to the bottom right of the Homolopsis.

From the Gault Clay west of Copt Point, Folkestone, Kent.

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Thanks


Edited by ThomasM 2011-08-08 11:07:32
Thomas

If you don't look, you won't find.
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mudbug2


Hi Thomas
Nice two in 1 dig, thanks for showing, can't wait to see the fully prepped, specimens.
 
Regards to all who share the passion Mudbug....
 
S.H.T-N
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spider
Thomas, it must of been your lucky day, Very nice and it will be good to see them prepped Thumbs Up
Have a nice day :0)
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Phileas fossilis
Has anyone got a nice specimen of H. Glabra? I have a fairly poor one I didnt think it was worth posting. I have a claw or two as well. Will post images later.
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Phileas fossilis
From the palass book I think it is a front end of one but not very well preserved. I will post on the British fossil forum along with some other bits.
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