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The End Of My Pliocene Project

Posted by MikeR in Southern Comfort, 23 February 2013 - * * * * * · 1,689 views

When I began this blog late in 2010, my intention was to report on recent field trips however, with the exception of one excursion each into the Upper Miocene, Lower Pliocene and the Calabrian Pleistocene, all of my posts have concentrated on the Upper Pliocene of the US Atlantic and Gulf coastal plains.  I already had an extensive collection of Flor...

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The Columbianus Zone/alaunium 2/ Norium/upper Triassic, In The So Called “Hallstatt Limestone” Of The Northern Calcareous Alps In Austria

Posted by andreas in andreas' Blog, 22 February 2011 - * * * * * · 1,572 views
Triassic, Ammonoids, Alps

The columbianus Zone/Alaunium 2/ Norium/Upper Triassic in the so called "Hallstatt Limestone" of the Northern Calcareous Alps in Austria

Dear Fossil Forum members!

This pictured report about the ammonite bearing Triassic Hallstatt limestone will be the first one of a...

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Ancient Hunters

Posted by JohnJ in Adventures with a Paddle, 15 August 2010 - * * * * * · 1,495 views
dart point, artifact, cottonmouth and 4 more...

June 5, 2010 Barry held his camera barely two feet away from the back of an Agkistrodon piscivorus . Although a small snake, it was still very dangerous and he positioned his camera based on years of experience with these reptiles. Known more commonly as a Cottonmouth or Water Moccasin, the twelve inch juvenile snake had coloration similar to the closely...

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Flag Fen Bronze Age Boats

Posted by DarrenElliot in DarrenElliot's Blog, 11 March 2014 - - - - - - · 70 views

Hi everyone, Ive been really busy of late with not much time to blog in full but shall do when things calm down. Ive been asked to help with the archaeological digs at Flag Fen in Peterborough in August. So ill keep you posted... Heres some more information on whats going on there :   Flag Fen Bronze Age Boats  Speak soon...Darren...

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Middle Ladinian Ammonoids Of The Hallstatt Limestone In Austria

Posted by andreas in andreas' Blog, 14 February 2014 - - - - - - · 169 views
Ladinian, Triassic, Ammonoids and 1 more...

Dear Fossil Forum members!  This report deals with ammonoids from the former zone of Protrachyceras archelaus, which is our present Longobardian within the Ladinian stage of the marine Triassic timescale.  Fig.1 A beautiful view of the surging “rock waves” of the incoming tectonic thrust sheets. The valley between the two Mountains i...

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My Colection Of Crabs

Posted by jesus in jesus' Blog, 08 February 2014 - * * * * * · 90 views



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Stone Souvenirs

Posted by Aetobatus in Hihimanu Hale, 15 January 2014 - - - - - - · 160 views

Hello to The Fossil Forum! Lately I am starting a souvenir collection of Aetobatis fossils. It's slow going, but I am just beginning:) I do all my collecting trading or purchasing fossils, since I live in Hawaii, and am disabled so can't easily get out in the fossil fields. When I was young I used to see the baby Spotted Eagle Rays swimming in t...

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The Caloosahatchee Marl

Posted by MikeR in Southern Comfort, 26 December 2013 - - - - - - · 387 views

In 1886 a young adventurer scientist by the name of Angelo Heilprin (1853-1907) made his first expedition of many in a short but event filled career.  He would later ascend Ixtaccihuatl and Popcatepetl volcanoes in Mexico and was the first scientist to arrive at the city of Saint-Pierre, Martinique after the eruption of Montagne Pelee killed 30,000 i...

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Inrtoduction

Posted by jonny in Makeing The Unlikley Happen, 02 December 2013 - - - - - - · 172 views

So im a little unsure where to start out, i guess im going to write this all down to try and gather my thoughts and update my progress, Im aiming to become competent enuf in fossil prep to be able to get a paid full time job in something im massivley intrested in. Currently ive got boxes and boxes of uk fossils, mostly ammonites. They all need prepping to...

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Two Cool Cephalopods ....

Posted by Ameenah in Ameenah's Blog, 22 November 2013 - - - - - - · 235 views

Hello Everyone its been way to long since my last entry. I've been sharing on the Facebook page because its so easy to upload from my phone. But I will start back bogging...... I miss it :)I found these cephalopods two weeks ago here in middle TN- Leipers Formation from what I'm told. I found it interesting how the shell casing seems to have bee...

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The Best Personal Finds From 2013

Posted by RomanK in RomanK's Blog, 16 September 2013 - - - - - - · 382 views
Carboniferous plant and 1 more...

Lepidodendrons    Lepidophloios laricinus    Seed ferns (Cyclopteris, Neuropteris, Macroneuropteris, Mariopteris, Mixoneura , seed fern rachis impression, seed fern male fructification)        Bothrodendrons     Sigillaria  Calamites (Calamostachys, Macrostachya, Asterophyllites)    Cordaicarpus  (Cordaites seed) Dicranophyllum  Jurassic (Bothon...

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Dear Old Dad

Posted by meadow in meadow's Blog, 05 June 2013 - - - - - - · 364 views

Dear Old Dad My dad

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Delta Utah

Posted by jsnrice in jsnrice's blog, 26 May 2013 - - - - - - · 412 views

These are some of the highlights from a trip to you-Dig in Delta Utah for my undergrad Historical Geology course at BYU-Idaho. 

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The Last Pterosaurs

Posted by xonenine in xonenine's blog, 01 May 2013 - - - - - - · 351 views

the pterosaurs saw what happened that daya second Sun dropped from the skythe pressure wave blasted those closest to hazeand wafted their ashes on high then hundreds more pterosaurs lifeless and torntook flight in a terrible dancebroken umbrellas tossed far by the stormuntethered kites left to mischance thousands of pterosaurs fell lik...

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The Trilobite's Lament

Posted by lmacfadden in Lise MacFadden's Poetry Blog, 25 April 2013 - * * * * * · 361 views
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For millions of years and then someI've waited for someone to comeEven though I am deadand I'm missing my headI still have my pygidium

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Life With The Fossils (And More)

Posted by Crimsonraptor in The Crimson Lord, 28 October 2012 - - - - - - · 755 views

Yeah, I was kind of gone for a while wasn't I. There was a good reason for that though.

Simply put, life has been busy. It seems like the obvious excuse until you go through it yourself :P Things have been busy enough that I suppose fossils and fossil hunting has been put on the back burner for a while. That's not to say it's gone forever of...

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New Megalodon And Great White Evolution Youtube Video

Posted by VisionXray23 in VisionXray23's Blog, 18 June 2012 - * * * * * · 1,723 views

I just filmed and posted a new youtube video. I would love to hear what you guys think about it !

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Today's Hunt 4-28-12

Posted by Western NY Explorer in Western NY Explorer's Blog, 28 April 2012 - - - - - - · 585 views

Started out visiting 18 mile creek in Hamburg. Found quite a few braciopods. Shale was quite slippery and could not make it to the lake. Site is promising for dryer weather and waders. Headed over to Penn Dixie. The trilobite bed is covered with overburden as the site is not  ready for the season. Picked through lots of weathered shale and found tons of...

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Prehistoric Planet: The Extinction

Posted by Paleo-shark_hunter in Prehistoric Planet Trilogy, 04 January 2012 - - - - - - · 493 views
Extinction, Prehistoric Planet and 4 more...



---Prologue---
Milky Way Galaxy
25,000 years ago


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Geopaleo Poem

Posted by Kehbe in Kehbe's Kwips, 11 October 2011 - - - - - - · 699 views

I was surfing the web recently and came across a site whose members collect rocks that have faces in them. Here is a quick link to it… http://www.cst.cmich...etoliths/  It’s interesting to me. I turned to my wife and told her, “Wow, I’m gonna have to keep my eyes open for rocks like these and start collecting them!” Well, to put it...

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Whiskey Bridge - Faunal Community - Most Common Species, And Other Info (Updated 28 August)

Posted by steve p. in Detrius, 21 August 2011 - * * * * - · 853 views

Here are the top common species and counts at WB, as per Emerson's book.


Coral - Turbinolia pharetra 1000 (common, ranges from 5mm and up)
Bivalve - Anomia lisbonensis 1000 (fairly large)
Bivalve - Barbatia (Barbatia) uxorispalmeri 1000
Bivalve - Notocorbula texana 1000
Gastropod - Latirus moorei 1000
Gastropod -...

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The Story Of The Monster Tooth From Big Brook

Posted by fossilman7 in fossilman7's Blog, 08 June 2011 - - - - - - · 627 views

Alright, in 2003 it was the second year of my dad and my trip to big brook. this time, we brought my older sister and her friend.  we dug in the pit for hours (they sat on logs, how helpful :rolleyes: ) we found a decent amount.  suddenly, my dad finds a fish tooth (now remembering it was probably a good puny goblin). he gave it to the girls to look at. u...

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Specimen #13 Chapter 1 Part 3

Posted by Sinopaleus in fossil maniac's Blog, 27 May 2011 - - - - - - · 539 views

It's been 3 months since the secret PABLI was assembled. They are currently still recruiting members.

  Charles Darwin scratched his head. "A message for you, father." says Darwin's daughter. "Oh, another one of those scrabbled hate messages, I suppose." "Oh no father, not at all. This time it's completely different....



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