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  1. Bicknell, R.D.C., Smith, P.M. 2021 The First Fossil Scorpion from Australia. Alcheringa (ahead-of-print publication) PDF LINK
  2. So, some of you may have heard of the small outback opal mining town of White Cliffs, New South Wales Australia. For many who read this post, I suspect that you have never even heard of it, or even know that it produces opal fossils. White Cliffs is a 12 hour drive from Sydney, traveling north west (towards Broken Hill), you travel over the Blue Mountains, through the farms of the central-west, the gold and copper town of Cobar and then hitting the historical town of Wilcannia and then traveling north to White Cliffs. White Cliffs claim to fame is an opalised replacemen
  3. McLean, G., 2017. A ‘mystery fossil’ is evidence for massive Devonian trees in Australia. Records of the Australian Museum, 69, pp.101-118. https://journals.australian.museum/mclean-2017-rec-aust-mus-692-101118/ https://media.australian.museum/media/Uploads/Journals/37694/1661_complete.pdf Yours, Paul H.
  4. Foozil

    Trilobite

    Found in a dam/quarry on the road between Gunningbland and Forbes in central western NSW. The pictured specimen is the counterpart. For reference - CAMPBELL, K. S. W., DURHAM, G. J. 1970. A new trinucleid trilobite from the Upper Ordovician of New South Wales. Palaeontology, 13, 4, 573–580. link WEBBY, B. 1974. Upper Ordovician trilobites from central New South Wales. Palaeontology, 17, 2, 203–252. link
  5. 360-Million-Year-Old Fossil Reveals Extinct Species of Fern-Like Plant SciNews, June 17, 2020 http://www.sci-news.com/paleontology/keraphyton-mawsoniae-08545.html the paper is; Champreux, A., Meyer-Berthaud, B., and Decombeix, A.-L., 2020, Keraphyton gen. nov., a new Late Devonian fern-like plant from Australia. PeerJ 8: e9321; doi: 10.7717/peerj.9321 https://peerj.com/articles/9321/ Yours, Paul H.
  6. Foozil

    Diprotodon optatum

    A partial incisor I acquired. The only information included was the general area in which it was found - Glen Innes.
  7. piranha

    New Aussie Trilobites

    Holloway, D.J., Smith, P.M., Thomas, G. 2020 The Trilobites Prophalaron gen. nov. (Calymenidae) and Dicranurus (Odontopleuridae) from the Upper Ordovician of New South Wales. Alcheringa: An Australasian Journal of Palaeontology (in press) doi.org/10.1080/03115518.2020.1740322 Prophalaron jonesi gen. et sp. nov Dicranurus webbyi sp. nov.
  8. Chasing Opal and Fossils in the Australian Outback An ambitious collaboration between scientists and a local mining community seeks to preserve one-of-a-kind opalized fossils. BY Clare Watson, Undark https://undark.org/article/chasing-opal-fossils-australian-outback/ A recent paper is: Bell, P.R., Fanti, F., Hart, L.J., Milan, L.A., Craven, S.J., Brougham, T. and Smith, E., 2019. Revised geology, age, and vertebrate diversity of the dinosaur-bearing Griman Creek Formation (Cenomanian), Lightning Ridge, New South Wales, Australia.
  9. The Amateur Paleontologist

    Fairly recent bit of opal fossil research

    After learning about Weewarrasaurus, I thought it'd be nice to report the 'lesser-known' recent bit of research about the opalised fossil site Lightning Ridge (New South Wales, Australia) It's basically the most up-to-date paper dealing with the geology - including age, stratigraphy and lithology - and vertebrate paleontology. The paper provides many new details about the Griman Creek Formation (GCF), a Cenomanian (mid-Cretaceous) formation which crops out in the area around Lightning Ridge. The GCF is a formation especially known for its diverse vertebrate paleo-ecosystem; of which many spec
  10. oilshale

    Promecosomina beaconensis Wade, 1935

    Lit.: Wade, Robert Thompson & British Museum (Natural History) (1935). The Triassic fishes of Brookvale, New South Wales. British Museum, London Whitehouse, J.: Beacon Hill shale quarry, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia: Geologic insights into its strikingly preserved Triassic fossil assemblage
  11. Paleoworld-101

    Australian Pleistocene Bone for ID

    Collected in a creek bed near Gunnedah, NSW, Australia. The sediments date back to the late Pleistocene about 52 000 years ago and contain fossils of the Australian megafauna: kangaroos, diprotodontids, marsupial lions, crocodiles, birds and various others. The bone is 75 mm long and as you can see is almost dead straight! There is a circular cross section with thick bone walls at one end and a generally circular cross section with thinner bone walls at the other end. I first thought some kind of bird limb bone, but the thick bone wall at one end didn't make sense. Now i am thinki
  12. Hi everyone! New to the forum, just wondering if anyone knows of any good spots for fossil hunting in Lightning Ridge, NSW? Heading there next week
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