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  1. gigantoraptor

    Poland: Pine Cone or Plant debris

    Hello all I found this little piece last July in the Folwark quarry in Poland. Pretty sure it's just some regular plant debris, since that's a pretty common find there, but it keeps looking like a little desarticulated pine cone. It's pretty small, around 1 cm, and from the Late Cretaceous.
  2. Upper anterior tooth Lit.: Bieńkowska-Wasiluk, M. and Radwański, A. 2009. A new occurrence of sharks in the Menilite Formation (Lower Oligocene) from the Outer (Flysch) Carpathians of Poland. Acta Geologica Polonica, 59 (2), 235–243. M. Szabo, L. Kocsis 2016: A preliminary report on the Early Oligocene (Rupelian, Kiscellian) selachians from the Kiscell Formation (Buda Mts, Hungary), with the re-discovery of Wilhelm Weiler’s shark teeth. Fragmenta Palaeontologica Hungarica, 33, pp 31-64.
  3. oilshale

    Scophthalmus stamatini Paucă, 1931

    Lit.. Miclăuş Crina, Loiacono F., Puglisi D., Baciu D.S. (2008): Eocene-Oligocene Depositional Systems In The Northern Cratonic Margin of the Paratethys: A Study Case From The Vrancea Nappe (Eastern Carpathians, Romania). Bulletin of the Tethys Geological Society, Cairo, Vol. 3, 81-90. ISSN 1687-4889
  4. Ruger9a

    Seed Pod #5, Cardiocarpon

    Here is #5 in my seed pod ID verification request effort. It was listed as Cardiocarpon rare seed fossils, Carboniferous, Upper Silesia, Westphalian "C", Poland. It contains two seed pods. Is this description correct?
  5. Last weekend I went to the south, to the area of Chrzanów - I have tried before twice to get to the Płaza quarry, but it is impossible during the week, as it is an operating facility, so I needed to visit it on the weekend The weather was beautiful - it felt almost like spring. Looking at the pictures you would not tell it's the middle of winter here:
  6. Nicole99

    Baltic Amber insects!

    I purchased this piece of amber form Poland a few weeks ago and I was wondering if anyone could help with identifying the insects? I’m not overly familiar with fossils of this age. Thanks! Note: the close up photos are taken using a hand lens.
  7. oilshale

    Diaphus sp.

    From the album: Vertebrates

    Diaphus sp. Lanternfish Oligocene Menilite Formation Jamna Dolna Poland
  8. Ruger9a

    Fauna???? ID request

    Good morning forum. Can anyone tell me if this fossil is fauna or ????? It's from the early Triassic, lower Muschelkalk, Libiaz, Poland. Matrix is 70 x 50cm
  9. Dear members, It’s time for another “review” of a palaeontological site I had the pleasure to excavate in. However this one is quite different from the others I already posted about: those were outcrops in Ohio, USA, where you could collect fossils freely or by signing a disclaimer. This time, instead, I had to operate alongside the institution that holds the concession to excavate and study the material. For fifteen days in August 2019 I excavated in the Late Triassic beds of Krasiejów, southwestern Poland, alongside the Institute of Paleobiology of the Polish Academy of Sciences, based
  10. As the winter this year is not very harsh, on Saturday I ventured to a location quite close to my home - I learned about it during the last fossil fair It's a sand pit - well, sort of, as it extracts sand from the bottom of the Vistula River - and according to the fossil seller who told me about it, it is the place where one can find Pleistocene fossils. We were warned to stay clear of the pipes, because of falling stones, but we were allowed to browse the piles of whatever was filtered out from the sand
  11. oilshale

    Scophthalmus stamatini PAUCA, 1931

    From the album: Vertebrates

    Scophthalmus stamatini PAUCA, 1931 Oligocene Menilite Formation Jamna Dolna Poland
  12. Peat Burns

    Polish Ammonites

    Looking for assistance with the identification of these ammonites from Poland (either Niegowoniec or Odrodzieniec). Age is late Jurassic; Oxfordian. Orthosphinctes? Perisphinctes? The best that I can tell, the ribs on the big one are only bifurcate. Anyone have an idea from which formation they may have come? @Ludwigia
  13. doushantuo

    pterosaurs,diet,coprolites

    here size:about 11 MB Filter feeding in Late Jurassic pterosaurs supported by coprolite contents Martin Qvarnström, Erik Elgh, Krzysztof Owocki, Per E. Ahlberg, Grzegorz Niedźwiedzki
  14. Hi, Does anyone have a copy of the paper that I could look at: Skawiński, T.; Ziegler, M.; Czepiński, Ł.; Szermański, M.; Tałanda, M.; Surmik, D. & Niedźwiedzki, G. (2017). A re-evaluation of the historical 'dinosaur' remains from the Middle-Upper Triassic of Poland. Historical Biology. 27 (4): 442–472. doi:10.1080/08912963.2016.1188385. The paper by Skawinski et al. is quite remarkable for rejecting the argument by Rauhut and Hungerbuhler (2000) that Velocipes guerichi is too indeterminate to be placed beyond Vertebrata, and while it agrees with Wild (1
  15. NuHu

    Arthropod trace?

    Hi It is arthropod trace fossil? Age :Campanian, Cretaceous Location : Kraków, Bonarka, Southern Poland.
  16. NuHu

    Jaw mammal

    Hi Whats jaw is animal it? Location :Tyniec, Southern Poland
  17. NuHu

    Ptychodus tooth?

    Hi What is it? Age:Cretaceous, Touronian Location: Skałki Twardowskiego, Kraków, Southern Poland. The specimen was damaged during extraction. That is why it is glued.
  18. Kasia

    Givetian fossils from Poland

    Hello, I have found these during my recent trip to Wymysłów and Śniadka, two locations in Poland with middle Devonian fossils of the Świętomarz Beds. The ones from Wymysłów seem to be some kind of trace fossils:
  19. NuHu

    Ichnofossil? M

    Hi Is this ichnofossil? I found a specimen under an overturned tree so I don't know what time it is. This trace is on both sides in the same place.
  20. Hi Is this gastropod or horseshoe crab? Age:Jurassic, Oxfordian Location:Jasna cave, Kraków, Southern Poland
  21. NuHu

    Mammoth tusk ivory piece?

    cześć To jest kawałek mamuta? Lokalizacja: okolice Wisły, Kraków, Polska Południowa Wiek: plejstocen?
  22. oilshale

    Eophycis jamnensis Jerzmanska, 1968

    Like Palaeogadus, Eophycis is a member of the Gadiformes (including the cod and its allies). Eophycis differs from Palaeogadus by the continuous dorsal fin; Palaeogadus has two dorsal fins separated by a gap. A. Jerzmanska. 1968. Ichtyofaune des couches a ménilite (flysch des Karpathes). Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 13(3):379-488. Tomáš Přikryl (2015): Skeletal anatomy of the early morid fish Eophycis (Gadiformes, Moridae) from an Oligocene deposit in Poland. Comptes Rendus Palevol 14(8):625-635
  23. NuHu

    Tooth fish or reptile?

    Hi Is this fish or reptile tooth? Location :Zakrzówek,Kraków, Southern Poland. Age:? Size:near 1,5 cm
  24. doushantuo

    Cretaceous nacre

    Here Stolarski J (2018) From pristine aragonite to blocky calcite: Exceptional preservation and diagenesis of cephalopod nacre in porous Cretaceous limestones. PLoS ONE 13(12): e0208598. https:// doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0208598
  25. oilshale

    Properca sabbae PAUCA, 1929

    From the album: Vertebrates

    Properca sabbae PAUCA, 1929 Oligocene Menilite Formation Jamna Dolna Poland Length 1.5cm
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