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  1. Mochaccino

    Guizhou Ediacaran?

    Hello, I see these pieces being sold as apparent precambrian Ediacarans from Guizhou, China. My question is, how does one determine if these are even fossils and biological in origin as opposed to just some random smudge or geological oddity? Is anything known about these sorts of specimens? Thank you.
  2. MarcusFossils

    China/Guizhou/Cambrian/Lower Cambrian

    From the album: My Collection

  3. MarcusFossils

    China/Hunan/Silurian/Lower Silurian

    From the album: My Collection

  4. oilshale

    Xinpusaurus sp., a Thalattosaur

    From the album: Vertebrates

    Not an Ichthyosaur but an unprepped Thalattosaurus (Xinpusaurus sp.) from the Falang Formation (Triassic) of Guiyang, in Guizhou, PRC. Xinpusaurus can be easily distinguished from an ichthyosaur like Mixosaurus by the extreme overbite: The upper jaw is almost twice as long as the lower jaw. Will need a lot of prep work. Length ~ 60cm
  5. Crazyhen

    Xinpusaurus from Guizhou, China?

    Are these two marine reptiles Xinpusaurus? It is from Guanling, Guizhou of the Triassic formation. By the way, there seems to be some vertebral bones inside the body of the bigger one, any idea what is that?
  6. Crazyhen

    Triassic Fish Bone/Tooth?

    This fossil is from Guanling of Guizhou, China, of Triassic formation. It is 18cm in length (curve). Is it a fish bone/tooth?
  7. oilshale

    †Asialepidotus shingyiensis Su, 1959

    Taxonomy according to Xu and Ma, 2018 Junior synonym: Guizhoueugnathus analilepida Liu et al., 2003. Preoccupied name: Guizhouella analilepida Liu et al., 2013. Quote from Xu and Ma (2017, p. 36): “Based on three nearly complete fish specimens …, Liu et al. (2003) named Guizhouella analilepida and referred it to the family Eugnathidae (= Caturidae, Amiiformes); this genus was later renamed as Guizhoueugnathus, because it was preoccupied by a brachiopod genus (Liu, 2004). Jin (2009) first noticed that G. analilepida was a junior synonym of A. shingyiensis, and suggested that this taxo
  8. oilshale

    Habroichthys orientalis (Su, 1959)

    Alternative combination: Peltopleurus orientalis Su, 1959. The fish was originally described by Su in 1959 as Peltopleurus orientalis but recombined by Tintori et al. in 2016 as Habroichthys orientalis. Taxonomy for Habroichthys orientalis according to Fossilworks.org. Diagnosis according to Su, 1959 p. 205: “A Peltopleurus with rather slenderly fusiform body. Head rather small, its length is less than the maximum depth of the body and being about one 4,5th of the total length. External skull-bones smooth. Posterior part of maxilla somewhat triangular in shape. Operculum slightl
  9. Hi all, I have a particular request. I want to trade for a starfish or brittlestar I can trade one of the following two fossils: Predaceous diving beetle larva Coptoclava longipoda 125.5 - 122.5 mya | early Cretaceous Yixian Formation Liutiaogou Village, Dashuangmiao Town, Ningcheng County, Nei Mongol There are several additional insects as seen in the pictures below Black ammonite Trachyceras multituberculatum 232 - 221.5 mya | late Triassic Xiaowa Formation Lower Member, upper unit Guanling,
  10. This one is a new Keichousaurus that I bought and I know there are a lot of overly restored or painted fossils. I see a repair line going through the body and I think at least some part of the fossil is real.. but anyone can figure out which part is painted or not? And does anyone know what those round impressions are? Is this a impression of a shoes or something?
  11. Crazyhen

    Fossil Coral?

    This is said to be a Triassic fossil coral from Guizhou, China. Any idea if it is a fossil coral and what species it probably is? Thanks.
  12. Crazyhen

    Plant fossil?

    Hi, this specimen is from Guizhou of China. It is Triassic. Any idea what kind of plant is that? There are not many plant fossils from Guizhou where you all know has a rich collection of of Keichousaurus hui and other Triassic marine reptile fossils instead.
  13. Hello all! I just wanted to share a Keichousaurus I got in the mail today. It was an Easter gift to myself. It is an acid prepped specimen. I was a little worried about it but it looks excellent! The only noticeable paint is on the calcite line connecting the neck vertebrae together, which I have no problems with. Otherwise it looks complete, with all of its toes intact, and I wanted to share, because I am excited about it. I included pictures. There are a few tiny teeth in its mouth, but they didn't show up on camera. If you see anything off with it that I haven't noticed, please let me know.
  14. Crazyhen

    Plant fossil?

    This is from Xingyi of Guizhou in which Keichousaurus is found. It looks like a plant fossil and at the back is fossil of crinoids. Any idea if it is a plant fossil and what plant is that?
  15. Crazyhen

    Keichousaurus with Jellyfish?

    On this plate is a Keichousaurus and an unknown fossil. You can see there is something at the left hand corner, does it look like a jellyfish?
  16. Crazyhen

    Fossil coral?

    This is said to be a piece of coral from Guizhou of China. What do you think?
  17. doushantuo

    stomping ground

    lagersta Early Jurassic basal sauropodomorpha dominated tracks from Guizhou,China: Morphology, ethology, and paleoenvironment Lida Xing, Martin G. Lockley , Dongjie Tang, Hendrik Klein , Guangzhao Peng Geoscience Frontiers 10,2019 8,05 Mb
  18. oilshale

    Guizhoueocrinus yui

    From the album: Invertebrates

    Guizhoueocrinus yui Early Cambrian Kaili Biota Xiasi Guizhou PRC
  19. Crazyhen

    Fish from Guizhou

    This fish is 13cm, just dug up from Xingyi of Guizhou, China. Any idea what species is it?
  20. oilshale

    Sinoeocrinus sp.

    From the album: Invertebrates

    Sinoeocrinus sp. Middle Cambrian Kaili Guizhou PRC
  21. Crazyhen

    Guizhou Fish

    This small fish is from Xingyi, Guizhou Province of China. Any idea what species it is? @oilshale
  22. Crazyhen

    Smooth ammonite from Guizhou

    This ammonite is from Guanling, Guizhou. It’s special in that it is very smooth, while the surrounding small ammonites have ornamentation. Any idea which species is that or why it is so smooth? Thanks!
  23. Bobby Rico

    Ancient fossil turtle had no shell

    I am shocked it has not got a shell. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-45261121
  24. This is a small Xinpusaurus about 35cm in length. Is it genuine?
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