This is a rather enigmatic new discovery from Oregon, and yet another beautiful green thunderegg. As yet, the bed doesn’t seem to have a proper name, simply being referred to as the new bed near White Fir. Some people have taken to calling it the Mudball Bed due to the high number of specimens with reduced agate – but this, a rather negative general term for a thunderegg without a core, doesn’t seem to do them justice! I shall update the gallery with any further developments there.
Click here to see the other half on the Eibonvale Gallery: http://www.thundereggs.co.uk/usa/oregon/mudball.html