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3 weeks ago

Paleo Joe

Breaking Rocks in the Hot Sun, I fought the Trilobite and the Trilobite won !!!......Well not really. Dig with the Experts is coming in May at the Penn Dixie Quarry. Come join me digging these great creatures. Look at all the people having a great time. CONTACT Penn Dixie Quarry www.penndixie.org
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3 weeks ago

Paleo Joe

Sitting in my hotel sipping on a glass of Chardonnay. The exhibit is up and ready for the crowds. The New York/New Jersey rock show opens tomorrow at noon. I am sharing the ballroom with the Smithsonian's Titanoboa exhibit. The second picture is of one of my favorite components, Trilobites of Caleb's Quarry.
400 vendors, and I did sneak a peek at some of the stuff, gonna be a great show.
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3 weeks ago

Paleo Joe

Trilobite Treasures is getting ready to install at the New York/New Jersey Rock show in Edison, NJ. Partially packed up in the truck and after arrival at the convention center. The walls are to be painted by tomorrow so... The exhibit will begin install tomorrow. Show starts Wednesday.
Trilobite Treasures is sharing the exhibit hall with the Smithsonian's Titanoboa exhibit.
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3 weeks ago

Paleo Joe

I will be installing Trilobite Treasures exhibit at the New York/New Jersey Rock Show for the show April 4-8 in Edison, New Jersey. I am sharing the main display hall with the Smithsonian's Titanoboa exhibit. You will see this and many...many more trilobites. ... See MoreSee Less

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1 month ago

Paleo Joe

Just added these posters to the PaleoJoe Fossil Store. Beautiful full color posters on high quality paper. Great for the kid - or adult - who loves Dinosaurs and other prehistoric critters. Free shipping within the US. Comes with a 4 x 6 descriptive card. Size varies. Check out the store. paleojoe.com/paleojoes-shop/ ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

Paleo Joe

PaleoJoe in the "Tombs" of the University of Michigan Museum of Paleontology - Before the move. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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PaleoJoe stops at a roadside Ordovician Deposit ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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PaleoJoe Fossil Fish digging in Kemmerer, Wyoming ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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PaleoJoe at the famous Green River Formation, Kemmerer, Wyoming - gone fishin'. ... See MoreSee Less

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Fossil Thought for the Week of April 9th

Corals - some of the most prolific creatures of the ancient and modern salt water seas are also some of the commonest fossils found. They can be found on nearly every continent and vary greatly in size, shape, and species. These are some of the entry level fossil...

Fossil Thought for the Week of April 2

Landscaping. Before you whack at the rocks with a hammer or try to pull the fossil out of the matrix, try to think how cool it might look if you just clean it a little and leave it "landscaped" on the matrix itself. These Brachiopods look great almost like they are...

Fossil Thought for the Week March 26th.

The "Petoskey Stone" Michigan's State stone is a coral called Hexagonaria. It is a colonial coral from the Devonian period quite common in Michigan. HOWEVER it is not a Petoskey Stone until someone slices it, polishes it, and then charges lots of money for it, then it...

Fossil Thought for the Week March 19th

Crinoids - so called Lilies of the Sea are really animals. They are Echinoderms in the same family as starfish. Though they may look a little like plants on a tall stalk and a crown looking like flower petals, they are animals. Some even still...

Fossil Thought for the Week March 12th

Trilobites - Butterflies of the Seas. Trilobites were once so common that the Cambrian Period was known as The Age of Trilobites. There are over 20,000 different species of trilobite that have been discovered so far and more species are being discovered every year....

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