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Phileas fossilis
Had a very lucky day! I'll go for Homolopsis sp for now! Thanks chaps.

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Phileas fossilis
Homolopsis glabra (I think). Not the best specimen!
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Notopocorystes stokesii


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and underside of the same specimen showing abdomen and leg sockets
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Same species as above but showing sternal anatomy
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Hoploparia longimama tail
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Unidentified claw-lobster?
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Phileas fossilis
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Nearly forgot this one. Another mystery claw


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ThomasM
The possible H. glabra is too fragmented for a definite id, although it certainly seems to be either that or a similar species. The last is probably a claw of "Callianassa" sp.
Thomas

If you don't look, you won't find.
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Naze Dave
Nice bits and pieces there, the 2nd crab is very nice.
Thanks
Dave
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