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Hi everyone! A few weeks ago, I went hunting in the frasnian of Frasnes (Couvin, Belgium). Among crinoïds, brachiopodes and others, I found this beautiful thing. I have no idea of what is it... maybe a cephalopode rostrum but not sure at all. Thanks to GrandBlanc, I have wonderful pictures to show you! Please help me identify it
Amazing fossil discovery shows how insects got their wings Tim Barribeau, io9 News, August 2, 2012 http://io9.com/59310...got-their-wings Humble bug plugs gap in fossil record, PhysOrg, August 1, 2012, http://phys.org/news/2012-08-humble-bug-gap-fossil.html Palaeontology: An insect to fill the gap, Nature.com August 1, 2012 http://www.nature.co...ll/488034a.html The paper is; Garrouste, R. G. Clément, P. Nel, M. S. Engel, P. Grandcolas, C. D’Haese, L. Lagebro, J. Denayer, P. Gueriau, P. Lafaite, S. Olive, C. Prestianni, and A. Nel, 2012, A complete insect from the Late Devonian period. Nature. vol. 488, no. 7409, pp. 82-85. http://www.nature.com/nature/journal Yours, Paul H.