Another person I've had the pleasure to trade with lives in France. His name is Gery and while we have only exchanges two packages so far, He has sent me some great specimens. Gery collects in Jurassic and Cretaceous rocks and also a little bit of Miocene sediments that are in the northwest part of France. Our trades started as an exchange of Brachiopods but have grown to include most anything fossilized. I have little to no access to Ammonites, Echinoids and Brachiopods from the Jurassic and Cretaceous in my local rocks so our exchanges help expand that portion of my collection while also adding some European flavor.
Below are some of the fossils that he's sent me.
Kutchiryhchia (Middle Jurassic, Bathonien - Luc sur Mer, Calvados, France)
Digona (Middle Jurassic, Bathonien - Luc sur Mer, Calvados, France)
Selthiris sella (Middle Jurassic, Bathonien - Luc sur Mer, Calvados, France)
Pleydellia (Lower Jurassic, Toarcian - Saint Quentin Fallavier, France)
Stephanoceras (Middle Jurassic, Bajocian - Caen, France)
Leioceras - (Middle Jurassic, Aalenian - Calvados, France)
Micraster (Upper Cretaceous, Turonian - Ault, France)
Scutella (Tertiary, Miocene - Doue la Fontaine, France)
Hemicidaris luciensis (Middle Jurassic, Bathonien - Luc sur Mer, Calvados, France)