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  1. oilshale

    Oligophus moravicus (Pauca, 1931)

    Alternative combinations: Diaphus moravicus and Leuciscus moravicus. Taxonomy according to Fossilworks.org. Description of Oligophus moravicus according to Přikryl et al. 2017, pp. 219-220: “The following description is based on the almost complete specimen Tv 1023a and its counterpart specimen Tv 1023b. They show a preorbital length much shorter than orbit diameter. The head is rounded, with an antero-dorsally oriented mouth. The lower jaw joint is located far posterior to the posterior-most margin of the orbit. The maxillary is slender throughout. There is no indication of a supram
  2. oilshale

    Propteridium sp.

    Very probably Propteridium profondae Ciobanu, 1970. Taxonomy according to Přikryl, 2018. From Fahay, 2007, p. 649: “The order Ophidiiformes (sensu Cohen and Nielsen 1978; Nielsen et al., 1999) contains the suborders Bythitoidei, viviparous forms with an external intromittent organ, and Ophidioidei, oviparous forms with pelvic fins at level of preopercle or farther anterior, and caudal fin confluent with dorsal and anal fins.” Description of Propterides profondae according to Přikryl and Carnevale, 2018, p. 482: “The head is more or less triangular in shape; its length is contain
  3. Hello everyone, these three sea snails fossils come from Laas (Landes - France). Could these be Crommium Angustatum? Thanks:) S1 S2 S3
  4. oilshale

    Isurichthys cf. roumanus

    Identified by A. Bannikov, Borissiak Paleontological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences. D i a g n o s i s after A. F. Bannikov (2012): "Body slightly elongated, its depth equal to, or greater than, head length. Head 0.34–0.29 of body length. Supraoccipital crest high. Jaw teeth small, uniserial. Vertebrae 28–31 in number, including 16–19 caudal vertebrae; parapophyses present on posterior abdominal vertebrae. Neural spines very slender. Ribs relatively long, absent on haemal spine of first caudal vertebra. Spinous part of dorsal fin with 8–12 spines, soft part with 15–18 widely s
  5. oilshale

    Cobitopsis acutus (P. Gervais, 1847)

    This fish belongs to the Hemiramphidae family (Halfbeaks) within the order Beloniformes; The halfbeaks are named for their distinctive jaws, in which the lower jaws are significantly longer than the upper jaws. Halfbeaks hunt insects and fish at the water surface in sometimes large groups. Reference: J. J. Sepkoski, Jr. 2002. A compendium of fossil marine animal genera. Bulletins of American Paleontology 363:1-560
  6. Literature: A. Jerzmanska. 1968. Ichtyofaune des couches a ménilite (flysch des Karpathes). Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 13(3):379-488
  7. oilshale

    Fish non det.

    From the album: Vertebrates

    Fish non det. Early Oligocene Rupelian Menilite Beds Carpathian Mountains St. Bircza Poland
  8. oilshale

    Myripristis sorbinii Bannikov, 1988

    Literature: A. F. Bannikov, 1987. First discovery of holocentrid fishes (Beryciformes) in the Miocene of the Caucasus. Paleontological Journal 21(1):96-104
  9. The subfamily of the deep-sea hatchetfish (Sternoptychinae) comprises three recent genera with a total of about 40 species and occurs worldwide in almost all tropical and temperate seas: Argyropelecus with about 7 species, Polyipnus with about 32 species and Sternoptyx with currently 4 species. The Sternoptychinae have a deep-bellied, laterally strongly flattened shape; the body shape reminds somewhat of a hatchet. The height of the recent species is between 3 cm and 12 cm. The body is covered with delicate silvery scales; in some species parts of the body are transparent. S
  10. oilshale

    Scomber voitestii Pauca, 1929

    Literature: Pauca, M. (1929) Vorläufige Mitteilung über eine fossile Fischfauna aus den Oligozänschiefern von Suclânesti (Muscel). Acad. Roum. Sect. Sci. Bull. v. 12, p. 112-121.
  11. 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.
  12. Hi all, For my birthday (some days ago, the 16th) I got a fantastic fossil fish from my sister! Behold, a Dapalis macrurus from the location Céreste (France). It’s from the Rupelian stage of the Oligocene (30 my). Now I was just wondering if anyone knew which formation this fish comes from? I’d love to have that info! Best regards, Max
  13. Hi, I've just got back from a collecting trip up to Hamstead Ledge this afternoon and came across a fairly rare find that I was hoping someone may be able to help with. It's the distal tarsometatarsus of bird found ex-situ on the foreshore. Bird material from the Bouldnor Fm. tends to be quite rare and this is the first piece I've actually ever come across so was really excited to find it! I was wondering if there were any diagnostic features on the specimen that would be able to take the ID further than "Aves indet.". If anyone has any knowledge of bird material then I'd really a
  14. MikeR

    Conus cookei

    Silica pseudomorph.
  15. oilshale

    Myliobatis sp.

    Lit.: Sand pit "Trift"
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