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  1. Benifossil2021

    What species of Moroccan Ammonite is it?

    Hello everybody: I have recently got this nice specimen of Ammonites from Middle Atlas, Northern Morocco. Seller states the specimen is from the Cretaceous. Sadly, no proper identity is given to me by the seller. I would like to know if anyone is happen to know something about this kind of Ammonites. Thanks in advance, Best regards, Benito. SPAIN.
  2. Just a note that James Cullison's 1944 monograph on the rocks and fauna of the upper Lower Ordovician of Missouri and Arkansas is now freely available for download or perusal at https://archive.org/details/paper-cullison-1944-the-stratigraphy-of-some-lower-ordovician-formations-of-the This publication has always been devilishly tough to get a hold of. A nice systematic paleontology section deals with the many gastropods and other mollusks as well as the less diverse brachiopods, trilobites, and sponges. The monograph covers the following formations as currently accepted in Missour
  3. Sorry about the slight blur around the edges on the photos. I had to much sun light peeping into my prepping shed. I've attached a relevant PDF for the location of the find as well. Goniatites species unknown at present ( any further help would be great ) Description: Fossil Goniatites collected from the Carboniferous Limestone, of Early Carboniferous age from the Cowlow Nik Goniatite Bed in Cowlow Nik, west of Castleton, Derbyshire (Midland England). Period: Carboniferous (Early), Carboniferous Limestone Rock: Carboniferous
  4. DE&i

    Punctospirifer scabricosta1d.jpg

    From the album: Fossil in Matchboxes

    Brachiopod Punctospirifer scabricosta Carboniferous limestone Treak Cliff Castleton Derbyshire UK

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    Punctospirifer scabricosta1c.jpg

    From the album: Fossil in Matchboxes

    Brachiopod Punctospirifer scabricosta Carboniferous limestone Treak Cliff Castleton Derbyshire UK

    © D&E

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    Punctospirifer scabricosta1b.jpg

    From the album: Fossil in Matchboxes

    Brachiopod Punctospirifer scabricosta Carboniferous limestone Treak Cliff Castleton Derbyshire UK

    © D&E

  7. DE&i

    Punctospirifer scabricosta1a.jpg

    From the album: Fossil in Matchboxes

    Brachiopod Punctospirifer scabricosta Carboniferous limestone Treak Cliff Castleton Derbyshire UK

    © D&E

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    Lobothyris punctata1c.jpg

    From the album: Fossil in Matchboxes

    Brachiopod Lobothyris punctata (Animalia, Invertebrata, Brachiopoda, Articulata) Description: Specimen of a fossil brachiopod, Lobothyris punctata, collected from the Middle Lias of Early Jurassic age from, Hook Norton, Oxon. It is from the Jurassic period (206 - 144 million years ago) Period: Jurassic (Early), Lias (Middle) Rock: Lias (Middle)

    © D&E

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    Lobothyris punctata1b.jpg

    From the album: Fossil in Matchboxes

    Brachiopod Lobothyris punctata (Animalia, Invertebrata, Brachiopoda, Articulata) Description: Specimen of a fossil brachiopod, Lobothyris punctata, collected from the Middle Lias of Early Jurassic age from, Hook Norton, Oxon. It is from the Jurassic period (206 - 144 million years ago) Period: Jurassic (Early), Lias (Middle) Rock: Lias (Middle)

    © D&E

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    Lobothyris punctata1a.jpg

    From the album: Fossil in Matchboxes

    Brachiopod Lobothyris punctata (Animalia, Invertebrata, Brachiopoda, Articulata) Description: Specimen of a fossil brachiopod, Lobothyris punctata, collected from the Middle Lias of Early Jurassic age from, Hook Norton, Oxon. It is from the Jurassic period (206 - 144 million years ago) Period: Jurassic (Early), Lias (Middle) Rock: Lias (Middle)

    © D&E

  11. From the album: Fossil in Matchboxes

    Brachiopod Anastrophia deflexa ( J. de C. Sowerby ) { Syn., Rhynchonella deflexa. } (Animalia, Invertebrata, Brachiopoda) The specimen was found and collected in Shropshire, from Shadwell Quarry. It is from the Silurian period (443 - 418 million years ago) Description: The brachiopod called Anastrophia deflexa has well defined ribs, species restricted to the Wenlock.

    © D&E

  12. From the album: Fossil in Matchboxes

    Brachiopod Anastrophia deflexa ( J. de C. Sowerby ) { Syn., Rhynchonella deflexa. } (Animalia, Invertebrata, Brachiopoda) The specimen was found and collected in Shropshire, from Shadwell Quarry. It is from the Silurian period (443 - 418 million years ago) Description: The brachiopod called Anastrophia deflexa has well defined ribs, species restricted to the Wenlock.

    © D&E

  13. From the album: Fossil in Matchboxes

    Brachiopod Anastrophia deflexa ( J. de C. Sowerby ) { Syn., Rhynchonella deflexa. } (Animalia, Invertebrata, Brachiopoda) The specimen was found and collected in Shropshire, from Shadwell Quarry. It is from the Silurian period (443 - 418 million years ago) Description: The brachiopod called Anastrophia deflexa has well defined ribs, species restricted to the Wenlock.

    © D&E

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