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Posted by: host 11/10/2010

Fossil Fish
Lebanon produces some of the most amazing, highly detailed, diverse fossil fish and this update includes some fantastic examples of Ctenothrissa, Stichocentrum, Pharmacychithys, Aipichthys, and Europholis. Besides for these we also added a plate with both a fish and a lobster.

Shark Teeth
Want to see some gorgeous shark teeth? Click over to our latest updates to see the new megalodons, including a massive 6 inch + behemoth, a Summerville land found gem with amazing color, and several other nice river specimens. Don't miss the 4 1/4 inch angustidens from Summerville - with spectacular color and a really unique needlepoint-tip. One of the best Benedenis we've ever offered is up too - a copper stained Cooper river beauty.

Fossil Leaves
Don't miss these leaves from a new site in Montana. They have some of the best detail we've ever seen and will surely impress fans of plant fossils.

For a complete list of new additions, please visit

Lowcountry Geologic updates from October 11, 2010
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