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slow, deep, cold

Not much in my last 2 trips to the Eocene/Miocene site. Dug a long time on Saturday and hit a little pocket of teeth but I couldn't tell where they were coming from. And Just as quickly and unexpectedly as they appeared the pocket completely dried out. The best find was probably the first ray scute from the site. Isolated ray piece plates are overwhelmingly abundant and I had been wondering for a while why we didn't find any scutes. But finally I got one.
Location Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA

ID2526
Membertoothpuller
Date Added12/31/2007

tuna hypural bone, ray scute, a nice C. cuspidata, S. koerti
  

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