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I've found five Petalodus teeth and have been spending a lot of time reading research papers on them. I got the idea of trying to get released photographs for the 16 holotypes of named species within the Paleobiological database. I got the 16 named species from a list here: http://fossilworks.org/?a=referenceInfo&reference_no=42606 Petalodus ohioensis was easy enough to find, Yale publishes some of their collection online. Unfortunately the one in their collection is only a cast. The original may be lost. This paper has a few, including ohioensis. T
I have a project on the go at the moment sorting through 1000s of fossil shark teeth from Morocco to make artificial tooth sets. Thanks to everyone who helped supply them. Well - I realised the actual process from the teeth being extracted to the end buyer is a bit of a mystery to me. What do the deposits look like in the quarry? What does the average collector go through to collect the teeth? What is the typical chain of transactions that occurs on the way out of the mines and Morocco. I've heard that you can buy outside the mines, and I've also heard that the locals are
Hello! I put a few Mazon Creek photos up on a photo sharing site. They're free to download / use for anything. Right now, there's a fern https://pixabay.com/en/fossil-fern-rock-paleontology-2174006/ annularia https://pixabay.com/en/fossil-rock-concretion-mazon-creek-2163770/ & this one I call Mazon Creek Daydreams https://pixabay.com/en/fossils-rocks-monotonous-content-2174005/ Anyway, I figured if anyone would want pictures of fossils, they'd be on this site. Let me know what you think and if they're useful. Not sure if there's a need for p