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  1. Cereal

    Help with unknown fossil

  2. oilshale

    Inopinatella sp.

    Literature: Tinn, O. et al. (2009): Thallophytic algal flora from a new Silurian Lagersttte. Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences, 2009, 58, 1, 3842
  3. Kraffkratt

    Urgent ID help needed

    Found these fossils from Estonia. All are set in limestone. Largest spine like formation is approx 30cm long and 6cm wide. Single is 17-20cm long. One next to large one about 10cm long Please help with I’d as we are looking to clean and polish them but would first need to know what type they are. Thank you all!
  4. meatloaf42

    What could this be?

    Hello everyone! I found this thing in Estonia, near Ohessaare by the sea. Hopefully someone will be able to identify itE. If you need more information or better photos, just tell and I'll try my best to provide them
  5. Ventastega

    Good fossil places in Paarnu estonia?

    Hello, i will be visiting paarnu estonia soon and was wondering if there are any good places to visit as a fossil hunter?
  6. A friend of many years showed me fossils he had found on the beach in Estonia on the Bay of Finland. He asked me what they were. I had never seen anything like it from my area. I told him I would post it for him to see if anyone could ID it. I have no idea what Formation it is from, but it’s coming from the ocean. He said they’re all over the beach. Here is a group of them he collected on the beach. I’m mostly interested in the long fossils. I don’t have closer pics for the others. Side 1 Sude 2 End shot Thanks for any thoughts
  7. Trilobites are mysterious creatures - after so many years they still have some secrets http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5155559/Experts-uncover-530-million-year-old-trilobite-fossil.html
  8. CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS CONFERENCE WEBSITE
  9. alaraints

    what might this be

    Hello, found this in a cut limestone floor plate - I wonder what this might be. I am not a geology expert, I'm a medical researcher. The image is scanned, 10 cm real size. Regards, Alar Aints
  10. oilshale

    Tremataspis schmidti ROHON, 1892

    From the album: Vertebrates

    Tremataspis schmidti ROHON, 1892 Upper Silurian Island of Oesel Estonia Length 2,5cm / 1"
  11. oilshale

    Tremataspis schmidti ROHON, 1892

    Life reconstruction own work by Nobu Tamura Lit.: Robert H. Denison (1947): The exoskeleton of Tremataspis. Am. J. Sci. June 1, 1947 245:337-365; William Patten (1902): On the Structure and Classification of the Tremataspidæ. The American Naturalist Vol. 36, No. 425 (May, 1902), pp. 379-393
  12. oilshale

    Oeselaspis pustulata PATTEN, 1931

    Lit.: George M. Robertson (1935): Oeselaspis, a new genus of ostracoderm. Am J Sci May 1, 1935 Series 5 Vol. 29:453-461 Qu, Q., Blom, H., Sanchez, S. and Ahlberg, P. (2015): Three-dimensional virtual histology of Silurian osteostracan scales revealed by synchrotron radiation microtomography. J. Morphol.2015 Aug;276(8):873-88. doi: 10.1002/jmor.20386. Epub 2015 Mar 21.
  13. oilshale

    Thyestes verrucosus Eichwald, 1854

    Lit.: Märss et al., (2014): Biodiversity of the Silurian osteostracans of the East Baltic. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh Earth Sciences. 105, 2, pp. 73-148. Afanassieva & Märss, (1997): Exoskeleton Structure and the Distribution of Aestiaspis viitaensis (Agnatha) from the Silurian of Estonia. Paleontologicheski Zhurnal. 6, pp. 75-80. Afanassieva, O.B., (1985) Exoskeletal features of Thyestinae (Agnatha), Paleontol. Zh., 1985, no. 4, pp. 70–75. Afanassieva, O.B., (2014) Development of the Exoskeleton in osteostracans (Agnatha, Vertebrata): New Ev
  14. Bauert, H., O. Hints, T. Meidla, and P. Männik, 2014, Abstracts & Field Guide 4th Annual Meeting of IGCP 591: The Early to Middle Paleozoic Revolution Estonia, 10-19 June 2014. Institute of Ecology and Earth Sciences, University of Tartu, Institute of Geology at Tallinn University of Technology and Geological Survey of Estonia. http://igcp591.org/2014/IGCP591-2014_book.pdf http://igcp591.org/books.php Brett, C. E., B. D. Cramer, T. L. Gerke (eds.) 2012a Middle Paleozoic Sequence Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the Cincinnati Ar
  15. oilshale

    Leveilleites hartnageli Foerste, 1923

    Leveillites hartnageli or Leveilleites hartnageli, both names can be found in the literature (in the more recent literature Leveilleites is used). Lit.: Tinn, O. et al. (2009): Thallophytic algal flora from a new Silurian Lagersttte. Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences, 2009, 58, 1, 3842 Viirika Mastik and Oive Tinn (2015): New dasycladalean algal species from the Kalana Lagerstätte (Silurian, Estonia) Journal of Paleontology 89(02):1-7. Viirika Mastik and Oive Tinn (2017): Leveilleites hartnageli Foerste 1923 (Rhodophyta?) from the Ordovician and Silurian of Laurentia an
  16. Originally described by Størmer as Parahughmilleria patteni. Lit. Størmer, L. (1934) A new eurypterid from the Saaremaa- (Oesel-) beds in Estonia. Loodusuurijate Seltsi aruanded 40: 244–249. Tetlie, O.E. & Poschmann, M.(2008): Phylogeny and Palaeoecology of the Adelophthalmoidea (Arthropoda; Chelicerata; Eurypterida). Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 6 (2): 237–249.
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