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Showing most informative content since 08/19/2018 in Images

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    From the album Vertebrates

    Platysomus striatus Agassiz, 1833 Late Permian Copper Shale Formation Bad Sachsa Germany Length 11cm Relative abundance of Platysomus striatus in Bad Sachsa: 2% of all vertebrates
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    From the album Marine reptiles and mammals

    Mosasaur tooth with the replacement tooth still in place. I always wondered what the weird round/oval holes were on the side of mosasaur roots. Finally it all falls into place!
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    From the album Other Locations

    7-5-18 Collin County, TX
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    From the album Nautiloidea

    14.5cm. From the Ordovician Hirnantian stage of the Queenstown Formation. Found at Big Bay on the Bruce Peninsula, Ontario.
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    From the album Pisces

    7mm. long. Another educated guess, this time for a hammerhead. Miocene Burdigalian. Found at Owingen.
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    From the album Trilobites

    Leviceraurus mammiloides Upper Ordovician Lindsay Formation Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada Self-collected on May 27, 2018, prepared by K. Brett. These are somewhat rare in the Lindsay Fm, where it is more common to find Ceraurus sp.
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    From the album Albian vertebrates of Ukraine

    Tiny pterosaur tooth from Kanev Albian. This tooth is strongly labio-lingually compressed, has no carinae and has a developed pulpar cavity, typical pterosaur tooth characteristics. Scalebar 5 mm.
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    From the album Pleistocene and Miocene fossils

    A 2.5 cm long Notorynchus primigenius, which I found at the beach "Zwarte Polder" (near Cadzand). This is a quite rare find for a beach find!!
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    From the album Fossils found by ynoT at Shark Tooth Hill California

    Scombrid (mackerel) vertebrate scale in centimeters
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    From the album Fossils found by ynoT at Shark Tooth Hill California

    Dogfish shark- Squalus occidentalis scale in millimeters
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    From the album My self collected fossil collection

    Eocrinoid Middle Cambrian 4 x 4 inch Wheeler amphitheater, Wheeler Shale, House Range, Utah Self collected in 2005
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