Scenes from the 2007 Tucson Fossil Show
The fossils and meteorites were largely concentrated two hotels and the Tucson Community Center this year. Even so, we spent way to much money and too little time!
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In the Ballroom
Above: Triebold Paleontology, Inc.
Ulrich's Fossils. This year Carl Ulrich could not be with us as he
was recovering, nicely I'm told, from a stroke.
Above:Tom Witherspoon and Dan Sinatra's display of exquisitely prepared
Bob Carroll and Glen Rockers in front of Glen's huge shark
From left to right: Dolores Hill (Lunar & Planetary Lab), Larry & Nancy
Lebofsky (editors of METEORITE!) and Richard Kowalski (Catalina Sky
Survey and the manager of Minor Planet Mailing List)
Above: Fossils Canada
Lynne Clos, editor of Fossil News
George Winters - Secretary/Treasurer, Association of Applied Paleontological Sciences
Leon Theisen who brought spectacular specimens from Oklahoma including the earliest found sea urchin.
Bill Mason of Uncommon Conglomerates.
In the Lobby
In the rooms
Mike Farmer's meteorites above.
Above:Moussa brought their usual spectacular best
Pieces of Spinosaur spine.
Herr Wolf and his exquisite prep work.
Above:Bethany and Leven Jester of PaleoFacts and their Moroccan wonders.
John & Linda Stimson of "Rocks of Ages"
Japeth Boyce and his fantastic Brule Fm. critters
Dr. Perner's Lebanon fish and amphibs
Teeth, bones & scutes.
Tucson Convention Center
The entire floor of the Convention Center.
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