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Sinosaurichthys minuta WU et al, 2011

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Sinosaurichthys minuta WU et al, 2011

    Middle Triassic

    Jialingjiang Formation

    Luoping

    Yunnan

    China

    

    


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oilshale

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Unfortunately no, I would like to have one.

The name Saurichthys means "lizard fish". Saurichthys is a relatively common fish during the Triassic period. This is only a small juvenile example; I have seen adults from the Tessin area in Switzerland (Monte San Giorgio) almost 5 feet long. A scavenger like barracudas or pikes.

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Fossildude19

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Wonderful Fossi!!

Thank you for showing us!

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Thomas I enjoyed looking at your huge fossil fish collection... thanks for posting.

Peter

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Spatny_SDrdce

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Hi Thomas, there are a seriuos possibility that in the next year I am visiting China and in parcticular these Lagerstatten from

Trias thanks a Swiss friend which has a Chinese wife, I am studying chinese language since the beginning of this year for this my purpose.

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oilshale

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Hi Thomas, there are a seriuos possibility that in the next year I am visiting China and in parcticular these Lagerstatten from

Trias thanks a Swiss friend which has a Chinese wife, I am studying chinese language since the beginning of this year for this my purpose.

Hi Andy,

I am quite often in China for business purposes - for about 2 to 3 month per year. End of next year I have to relocate to Shanghai and will stay there for 2 years (that's what is planned). My wife is half Chinese, half Vietnamese - she is fed up with the cold winters in Germany :rolleyes:.

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