Saturday, March 2, 2013

Some fossil preparation work.

       I have, in recent months been working on fossil preparation. My advances in this subject have been advanced greatly by a paasche air eraser I recieved a week ago, before was a dremel and dental picks, highly destructive. Here are a few of my most recent projects, fossils from the Waldron Shale (middle Silurian), work still needs done, but I like the results so far. The work on some of these are stalled due to small veins of pyrite, which cannot be removed, but if a solution is found I will post some more photos after that has been done.

genus's are: Eucalyptocrinus, platystoma, and a tube worm (cornulites, not a genus, but the common name for them.)

That is all.

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