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Here's an instructable for all those fossil hunters out there who find a fossil and decide they want to label it with a call number.

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First you need to find out what kind of fossil you have. There are many ways of doing this. I would recommend buying a fossil identification handbook. I have two and I would recommend that you have two books also. one for out in the field and a second for at home use.
 
i farted6 years ago
is that a real fosil? and by the way wat is it? it looks like a trilobite
LoneWolf (author)  i farted6 years ago
Yes it is a real fossil and it's a trilobite. It's actually one of the most detailed and best trilobites I've ever seen
it is awesome and i love your motto i watch mythbusters all the time
LoneWolf (author)  LoneWolf5 years ago
But I don't own it..................I have found my own trilobites down at the Swatara Gap in Pennsylvania, but none of them have been very detailed. The majority I have from Swatara have been Cryptolithus Trilobites and with those it's very rare to get the entire fossil, usually only a small part of it is preserved.
Kiteman6 years ago
What is a call number actually used for?
LoneWolf (author)  Kiteman6 years ago
Well me and other fossil hunters keep their fossils documeted either in computer files or in a Binder and a call number is put on the back of each fossil so then when you go onto your computer you can pull up the info. on it.
'K, thanks.
LoneWolf (author)  Kiteman5 years ago

Your welcome.

Cthulu6 years ago
Cool, looks like my dad. Great info btw.
LoneWolf (author)  Cthulu6 years ago
thanks