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  1. Hi everyone, I just ordered this beautiful vertebra found in the Niobrara Chalk of Kansas (Cretaceous, 87 - 82 mya) for quite a bargain. Unfortunalty I don't have any precise location as where it was found, for that I am going to contact the seller. The vertebra was listed as being Mosasaur which it could very well be, but since it is a little bit distorted I am not quite sure, especially since many other critters can be found in the Niobrara Chalk. So I was hoping on the expertise of some of our members here who have more knowledge of Cretaceous verts and of Kansas fossils.
  2. The Amateur Paleontologist

    Long time I haven't been here...

    Hey everyone, The Amateur Paleontologist here - Hope you all are having a great day Haven't been here on TFF in ages, there's been quite a bit going on... First year university studies, work, life in general, Covid-19... But I've really missed the Forum, so I'm glad to be back on. I've managed to carry on with my work on the fossils from the Danish Cretaceous chalk, and I'll be posting here some updates in the next few days. Really happy to be back here, and looking forward to chatting with you guys again
  3. The Amateur Paleontologist

    First attempts at taking pictures with a microscope

    Hey everyone - it's the Amateur Paleontologist After some time, I'm finally back on TFF A while back, I bought for myself a microscope so that I could take more detailed pictures of fossils. The microscope is a Veho VMS-004. Over the past few weeks, I made some attempts at taking some pictures of fossils - what do you think? Nicely preserved, ~10mm tall teleost fish tooth which I collected this summer at the Late Cretaceous chalk of Møns Klint (Denmark). Arm hooklets of a Belemnoteuthis (squid) specimen, from the Jurassic
  4. The Amateur Paleontologist

    Plans for the 3rd Møns Klint Fossil Excavation

    Nowadays, I'm mostly focused on preparing for my high school finals. But in my free time... Well I started to plan the 3rd Møns Klint Fossil Excavation (MKFE), as part of the larger Møns Klint Fossil Research Program. This field session has been planned for mid-August, and will last about 2 weeks - needless to say, I'm pretty excited Especially when considering the success of the 2nd MKFE... Collection policy will remain mostly the same as last time, meaning that arthropod, cephalopod, echinoderm and vertebrate material will be the priority. Of course, there will be a slight ch
  5. The Amateur Paleontologist

    More preparations for Niobrara Fm. field trip

    Hey everyone - hope you're all havin' a good time Some of you might remember that I was making preparations, some time ago, for a field trip to the Kansas chalk. I'm hoping to be there for a few weeks in august, but I'm trying to get the preparations done in advance One of these is compiling a list of useful things to know, just little bits of information that'd be good to keep in mind during my field trip.. What to you people think of this? Some of these are based on what other TFF members have told me (e.g. @Castle Rock, @Ramo...) Having a solid ‘coll
  6. The Amateur Paleontologist

    Fossils from Møns Klint

    A few days ago, I started in another thread a gallery of fossils from Møns Klint held at the "on-site museum" GeoCenter MK. I thought that it would be more appropriate to continue this gallery in the "A Trip to the Museum" forum. This post will deal with a multitude of fossils that are more common than the exceptional Danekrae fossils (but you'll see that some of them are rather rare). All the fossils pictured here are exhibited at "The Fossil Room". Hope you like them! 2 partial stems of the crinoid Isselicrinus sp. preserved in a single piece of chalk - uncommon
  7. The Amateur Paleontologist

    Chalk fossil preparation

    Hi everyone, It'sThe Amateur Paleontologist here. I still haven't reglued my chalk fossils from Møns Klint (from MKFE N¤ 1; August 2016). Could you please kindly give me some advice as to the best glue for gluing back together Chalk fossils? Wishing to all of you a happy new year! Christian.
  8. The Amateur Paleontologist

    Chalk fossil preparation and reparation

    Hi everyone, I recenty uncovered from the lower Maastrichtian chalk of Moens Klint a partial but articulated Isselicrinus buchii columnal fragment (15 segments), which also preserves one complete cirrus (one of the many side arms of a crinoid - rare at M. K.). Today, 2 out of 5 of the plates of the cirrus dislodged themselves from the matrix and came loose. What type of glue must I use to fix them back (most efficient and cheap possible)? Best, Christian
  9. The Amateur Paleontologist

    Chalk fossil preparation

    Hi everyone, I need some advice on preparing fossils that are encased in very, very soft chalk. Thanks for any help, Christian
  10. Kosmoceras

    Engraver Preparation

    I have been doing a fair bit of preparation recently on my chalk fossils, so I have this video to share. I have not got a picture before preparation started, but I will show you the result when it is finished - give me some time for that. I started preparing the fossil before, so the video starts half way through the process. The fossils in my gallery have been prepared the same way. Thank you for looking. [media=]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93M7C5ZjPO4&feature=youtu.be[/media]
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