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DorsetJack
fiann wrote:
Thanks for sharing the link, this is my first paper which was inspired by finding a complete Dapedium a couple of years ago (it's on the forum somewhere in the depths). I got to study every specimen in the NHM for this paper (over 230), which was a dream come true! I plan to do more work on Dapedium and other beasties from the Lower Lias in the near future.

Very interesting - I'll have to dust mine off and take a look at its mouth!
It currently sits atop one of the kitchen units out of site - ugly thing! 
The one thing you will get from breaking rocks with a hammer is a lot of broken rocks...
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prep01

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/01/150114101745.htm
Edited by prep01 2015-01-15 11:46:26
Colin Huller
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dinogary
Interesting article,,thanks for the link !
Growing old is compulsory, Growing up is optional!
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mr ammonites
Very interesting indeed. Can't wait to find one or even part of one!
Ammonite!
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WestcoastRock
It was reading this post today that prompted me to put my pics on.
thanks for showing prep01.

Regards
Alan
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fiann
Thanks for sharing the link, this is my first paper which was inspired by finding a complete Dapedium a couple of years ago (it's on the forum somewhere in the depths). I got to study every specimen in the NHM for this paper (over 230), which was a dream come true! I plan to do more work on Dapedium and other beasties from the Lower Lias in the near future.
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