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  1. Greetings all, I suspect that some here have already read Steve Brusatte's, "The Rise and Reign of the Mammals" (June 2022). I just wanted to say that it's starting out just as enjoyably as his last NYT bestseller, "The Rise and Fall of the Dinosaurs". He really is a great writer who makes very interesting subjects immensely entertaining. Who'd have thought that a book on the evolution of mammals would be such a page-turner? Everyone here, of course. Cheers. MrR
  2. Just letting everyone that today Lynx edicicons, one of the best publishers of field guides to birds there is coming out with a field guide to Mesozoic birds and anyone who is interested in the topic should keep there eyes open for this book that is probably going to be amazing.
  3. I see there is a new Trilobite book that has been recently published: Travels with Trilobites - Adventures in the Paleozoic by Andy Secher ISBN: 9780231200967 Does anyone have a copy ? Is it worth getting ??
  4. Almost there! Over 270 pages of full color fossils from the Pennsylvanian of North Texas The long-awaited sequel to the Pennsylvanian Fossils of North Texas (2003) Available Q4 2015 in hardcopy, digital and e-reader formats.
  5. Dear all, Your admins have given me permission to post about my book: Neogene Sharks of Antwerp here, and for that, a big thanks! I'm sure many of you invested in the shark tooth community have seen my book go by somewhere by now, but just in case you did not, here is the full story; First a little introduction; For who might not know, my name is Stephane Knoll, I am a paleontology enthusiast from Antwerp, Belgium. My focus lays on sharks and especially the Neogene. Luckily my town, Antwerp, is one of the best spots on earth to look for fossil sharks. The fauna we fi
  6. King Butler

    Literature on Ground Sloths

    Any advice of for good reading material on Ground Sloths? I have the Princeton Field Guide to Prehistoric Mammals and Twilight of the Mammoths which while old, provided quite a bit of on-sight into Ground Sloths I was unaware of.
  7. Nimravis

    Christmas Gifts

    Here a couple things that I received from my wife- first off, a few beautiful echinoids that were purchased from @Harry Pristis back in September- really love these pieces. A book that I have been wanting for a while. A cool adjustable light that hangs around your neck. It has two different powers and will be great for collecting, taking pictures or Cindy things I drop- lol. And what kid does not want a remote control dinosaur that walks, lights up, roars and even blows out water v
  8. Hi, I just had my first Florida fossil hunting trip and got some really cool stuff (I am a herpetologist so I was especially excited about the turtles!). I was wondering if anyone has any book recommendations for help with learning about and identifying Florida fossils. (I can recognize the general types of fossils but would enjoy learning more and reporting everything as accurately as possible). Lastly, is there anything I should do to protect the fossils (e.g. any kind of resin coating) or are they generally stable as is? I appreciate your help! -Zach www.biophiliagr
  9. Just saw this new book published by the IU Press. I think there are some members here who might find this interesting. https://iupress.org/9780253058232/collectors-guide-to-fort-payne-crinoids-and-blastoids/
  10. Hello everyone, I need to provide me Xmas wishlist, and off course it had to involve Dinosaurs lol Do you have some good Dinosaur book recommendations? Mostly looking for images and found locations, and some scientific facts. Not all text Looking forward to what you guys recommend! Best wishes
  11. Does anyone have Collector's Guide to Texas Cretaceous Echinoids by William Morgan? I'm guessing it is a lot less dated than the old HGMS one and was thinking about picking up a copy so I was curious what those who have read it think of it. I also welcome any other good recommendations for Cretaceous echinoid references. Until my power returns in Louisiana I'm going to be collecting in North Texas and I've already come across some nice (to me) echinoids so I'm in need of reference material.
  12. Crusty_Crab

    Anyone Collect First Editions?

    While in Phoenix this past week, I made a couple of finds in a couple of used book stores. I wouldn't consider myself a first edition collector, but I was still surprised that you can still find a true first of Gould's classic Wonderful Life for $10. It is certainly not in perfect condition and there's an inscription on the first page from the previous owner, but I guess there's still not much of a market for these? Trade edition book cover: Unbroken number line:
  13. I've been super excited for this book to be released since I heard about it last year. The diversity in the Platteville is astounding, but there are not a huge number of publications on its fauna, and most without pretty pictures. I just ordered my copy. Dennis Kolata is the Platteville expert, so I have no doubt this will be a phenomenal book. https://isgs.illinois.edu/achievements/august/fossils-upper-ordovician-platteville-formation-upper-midwest-usa-overview
  14. Not sure where this belongs, but for those of you that are shark fanciers I recently found that the definitive guide, "Sharks of the World: a fully illustrated guide" by David A Ebert, Leonard Compagno and Sarah L Fowler with illustrations by Marc Dando is being published with 80 additional pages in October. If you have been looking for a copy you may be aware that the 2013 edition currently sells for a ridiculous $600 to well over $1000. (Best I can find right now is $591) You can preorder a copy of the new expanded version now
  15. TOM BUCKLEY

    MARINE REPTILE BOOK

    Could someone recommend a good reference book on prehistoric reptiles? I'm hoping for something along the lines of The Princeton Field Guide to Dinosaurs. Specifically, I want to be able to see and research a particular animal when it is mentioned. Thanks in advance. Tom
  16. leo9999

    Book advice

    Hi, I'm new here. My name is Leo and I'm from Italy. I'm looking for interesting books about paleontology and, in particular, about the transition from water to land. Since I've already read basically everything in Italian (there isn't too much choice actually), I'm looking for something in English. Any advice is welcome
  17. Has anyone purchased Bill Thompson's addendum to his Echinoids of Texas? If so what did you think?
  18. Hi Folks, I am looking for some good books on Florida geology and Florida fossils. I don't need any beginner level books - I have them all. I've done a lot of searching on the web, but Florida appears to be a geological wasteland in terms of rock books - not much to be had. This is not surprising, because all of Florida is nothing but sand and limestone. However, I am thinking that surely I must be missing something, so any recommendations are welcome. I am also looking for books on Florida-specific fossils for identification and distribution purposes. Googl
  19. My Fossil seller show 3 photo of his fossil book but he don't tell what name of this book. I want to know what is this book. Please
  20. Thanks to my recent forays into the depths of paleontology academia, a new contact at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln sent me the link to this free publication. While the art is a bit, um...well, you will see, I had my reservations...but this is a handy guide for fossil hunters, particularly newbies and youngsters in my opinion. While written with Nebraska inverts in mind, it will be a useful reference for just about anyone. I admit, i learned a few things! Record in Rock: A Handbook of the Invertebrate Fossils of Nebraska Roger K. Pabian
  21. Jesuslover340

    What Would You Get?

    For the purposes of my birthday, I would like to get a small collection of early shark teeth. They've always been sort of a neglected interest of mine, so I am finally cataloguing what we have to arrange a small display as one of the subsets of our collection. However, with that, comes a bit of conflict. I have found some select teeth available I can pirchase, but am unsure which I want to follow through with (two separate sellers). I can either: 1) Get a cladodus tooth from Illinois, Stethacanthus tooth from Oklahoma (tip broken and root not complete), and helodus tooth from Indiana (and
  22. EscarpmentMary

    Some Assembly Required

    Ordered this book, arrived today .
  23. I went on a bit of an unusual fossil hunt this morning--in my office closet. I'm getting things packed up for a move next month to Gainesville, FL. We're moving up there from South Florida because I've had my fill of hurricanes (and year-round yardwork). In Gainesville I'll be able to volunteer more with the FLMNH. So I'm slowly repositioning the contents of my house into a growing stack of moving boxes. I got to the bottom corner of my office closet today and found a box that had some childhood memories in them. No favorite stuffed animals, no catcher's mitt and baseball, no che
  24. Tony G.

    Bookcliff Baculite

    Went fossil hunting with my daughter this morning in the Bookcliffs, North of the Grand Junction, CO airport. We found this weathering out of the shale in a wash. The Baculite is about 8" long and 1.5" wide. Can hardly wait to prep this, I think it will make a nice display. My plan is to slice the base of the matrix flat (without damaging the fossil) so it will sit nicely on a table or shelf.
  25. Hello all, A quick question. Do you guys have some recommendations in regards with literature about 'Neogene fossils', that could help me with identification of the finds? All I found was this one, but I don't know the author so I'm skeptical: https://www.amazon.sg/Cenozoic-Fsils-II-Bruce-Stinchcomb/dp/0764335804 Thank you for the answers
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