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  2. Paramblypterus duvernoyi

    Die palaeoniscid Fisch des Rheinland - Pfalz Rotliegend / Perm Sind Die häufigsten Funde next to branchiosaurians und Apateon. Vor Ort war also verschiedene types, stirbt nur von Experten ohne Zweifel festgestellt Werden Können und sicher - weitere Literatur: - www.permfossil.de - leider nur in deutscher Sprache, - - Biologische Aspekte Eines interessanter fossile Fische: Paramblypterus duvernoyi (Amblypteridae, Strahlenflosser Kathrin Dietze) Autoren - der Schädel und Schultergürtel von Paramblypterus gelberti (Actinopterygii) und seine Beziehung mit der paramblypteriformes und redfieldiiformes Autoren Autoren und Zugehörigkeiten Jürgen Gad - Heyler , 1980 *********************************************************************************** The palaeoniscid fish of the Rhineland - Palatinate Rotliegend / Perm are the most common finds next to branchiosaurians and Apateon. On site was therefore different types, dies only by experts undoubtedly be determined and safe - more literature: - www.permfossil.de - unfortunately only in german language, - - Biological aspects of an interesting fossil fish: Paramblypterus duvernoyi (Amblypteridae, ray-finned Kathrin Dietze) authors - the skull and shoulder girdle of Paramblypterus gelberti (Actinopterygii) and his relationship with the paramblypteriformes and redfieldiiformes Authors Authors and affiliations Jürgen Gad - Heyler, 1980
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  4. Cretolamna appendiculata

    This came from screening the lag.
  5. Lit.: Schröder, K. M.; López-Arbarello, A.; Ebert, M. (2012). "Macrosemimimus, gen. nov. (Actinopterygii, Semionotiformes), from the Late Jurassic of Germany, England, and France". Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 32 (3): 512–529. doi:10.1080/02724634.2012.649626.
  6. Cretolamna appendiculata

    Nice one! Surface find or direct from lag?
  7. Dromaeosaur

    Outstanding tooth. Looks too fat to be Dromeosaurid they are compressed more like a Tyrannosaurid.
  8. Actinocyathus floriformis

    This reminds me of the muscles in the iris of the eye. Quite beautiful.
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  10. Pseudopalatus Tooth

    Absolutely lovely! Roughly where in the county did it come from?
  11. Pseudopalatus Tooth

    Thank you. I have SO many Bull Canyon Formation coprolites, I decided to pick up a few teeth and scutes from the areas they were found. This one was so pristine, I had to share it
  12. Pseudopalatus Tooth

    Beautiful tooth. The shape is very cool
  13. Pseudopalatus Tooth

    Collected on private property owned by Larry Martin.
  14. Belemnitella americana

    A very nice Belemnite, uncommon at this site. At 83.7 mm or 3.29 inches, a fairly good sized one.
  15. Saurichthys longimedialis (Wu et al., 2010)

    A really beautiful creature. What amazing preservation.
  16. Saurichthys longimedialis (Wu et al., 2010)

    An amazing fossil. Is it restored in any way?
  17. Saurichthys longimedialis (Wu et al., 2010)

    Holy Krykies!!! Your collection never stops amazing me! RB
  18. Saurichthys longimedialis (Wu et al., 2010)

    I must remark, that the fossil really looks like a plesiosaur with gills in a smaller image.
  19. Originally named Sinosaurichthys by Wu et al., the genus was reranked as Saurichthys by A. Tintori (2013) Lit.: Wu, F.X., Sun, Y.L., Xu, G.H., Hao, W.C., Jiang, D.Y., and Sun, Z.Y. 2011. New saurichthyid actinopterygian fishes from the Anisian (Middle Triassic) of southwestern China. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 56 (3): 581–614.
  20. Allodesmus kernensis

    I can clearly recognize why you recommended Ptychodus64 for prep work... beautiful!
  21. Allodesmus kernensis

    Thank You. It was partially prepped by Me, but the finish work was done by Ptychodus64. You can see before, during and after pictures here...
  22. Rudist

    Thank you also.
  23. Carpet shell

    This is a nice fossil of the carpet shell. At first, this species, Venerupis senescens, was used as a guide fossil for the Eemian, the last interglacial age (so whenever paleontologists would find this species in a new location, they would know that they all the other fossils of the location are also Eemian). But this was later proven to be wrong.
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