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Rhacophyllites neojurensis QUENST.

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Rhacophyllites neojurensis QUENST.,upper Triassic/Norian, from the triassic Hallstatt limestone of Austria

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sander, I found it in spring this year. fossil maniac, upper triassic is late triassic. In Austria Ladinian, Julian and Norian are the stages of the upper triassic maybe this is not so in other parts of the world. I don't know it exactly.

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Andreas,

I like the colors on this, - very different.

Thanks for posting it.

Regards,

Tim

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in lithostratigrafical terms Norian is incorporated in the Keuper, and the norian was between 203,6–216,5 million years ago. after it came the Rhaetian, which was the last etage of the triassic. so it is indeed upper triassic. do you have much triassic ammonites?

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Sander: I collect especially triassic and liassic ammonites of the alps. Yes I do have much triassic ammonites, but only from the Alps.

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