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  1. Per Christian

    Ichthyosaur or pliosaur?

    Came across this tooth, the location is: Severst Sandstone Formation Volga River Region, Russia Late Jurassic 145 Mya. The striations tells me it's ichthyosaur, but the root looks pliosaur to me, do I'm curious. What do people here think? It's 34 mm long @pachy-pleuro-whatnot-odon
  2. First of all - sorry for bad and rude language)) So, I need some help with identification of this teeth. All was found in Russia, Trans-Urals region, in a few different rivers: Belyakova, Sugatka and Derney. There must be Eocene period, probably lutet or barton layer, but I can't be sure, because there is no bedrock, only fossils that river stream brings. Sometimes me and other people found there more old fossils, back to cretaceous even. I showed this photo to few reptile specialists from Saint Petersburg, but they sure that is no crocodile teeth, and insist that is a fish teeth. But i have f
  3. Hello, I came across this listing for a Australiceras/Proaustraliceras ammonite from the Cretaceous Volga River of Russia, about 12 inches long. In terms of restoration, it is just said to be "cleaned, prepped and stabilized". To my amateur eye, there are no suspicious spots or abrupt changes in texture that would indicate reconstruction/restoration or compositing, and I think the matrix also looks typical of the region. What do you think? Any tampering going on or is it all-natural? Thanks. EDIT: I actually noticed
  4. bthemoose

    Cretalamna borealis shark tooth?

    I picked up the shark tooth below a while back, labeled as Cretalamna borealis. I'm not very familiar with the species--does this ID appear to be correct? The label that came with the tooth says it was found near Stary Oskol, Belgograd Oblast, Russia, and that it's Upper Albian in age from the Kursk Osteolite member of the Seversk Sandstone formation. The tooth measures 38.6 mm along the slant. One of the root corners is missing and there's some hard matrix still cemented to the tooth near the root margin of the lingual side. @ThePhysicist, I think this one might be a D
  5. Can anyone help me identifying these ammonites. They are from Russia, Lopsia River, West Siberia. Diameter approx. 30 cm (12 inches). Thanks in advance,
  6. Marco90

    Lithobiidae sp. in amber

    From the album: My collection in progress

    Lithobiidae unidentified sp. Newport 1844 Location: Sambian Peninsula, Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia Age: 56-34 Mya (Eocene, Paleogene) Measurements: 1,9x1,1 cm (amber), 1,1 cm (length of centipede) Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Subphylum: Myriapoda Class: Chilopoda Order: Lithobiomorpha Family: Lithobiidae
  7. cen003998

    Eogaudryceras?

    Is the unusual ammonite Eogaudryceras sp.?I have never seen it before, its shape is special Thanks a lot.
  8. Hello! I found this for sale. A dorsal fin spine from a Chimaerid. From the Severesk sandstone, Stary Oskol, Russia. Cretaceous. Albian. Is it real? Regards.
  9. MarandaP

    Russian(?) Ammonite ID Help

    Hello, I'd love some identification help on this lil ammonite fossil I purchased at the Tucson Gem Show. The dealers were Russian and all the info I could get was that the ammonites were Russian as well It is a bit pyritized. I bought 2, I used the larger one to make a mold and cast. The original did not survive the process so I have included pics of the cast (the one with the loop added, lol), I think it's easier to see details on that as well. Additionally, if you have any rec's for online or in print resources for ammonite ID they would be much appreciated. I found myself googl
  10. Chase_E

    Dwardius woodwardi (Parasymphyseal)

    From the album: Cenomanian Shark Teeth and other Marine Fauna, Ryazan Oblast, Russia

    Dwardius woodwardi (Siverson 1999) parasymphyseal tooth. Slant length indicated by longest side.
  11. Chase_E

    Dwardius woodwardi (Lower)

    From the album: Cenomanian Shark Teeth, Tambov Oblast, Russia

    Dwardius woodwardi (Herman 1977). Slant length indicated by longest side. Definitely the nicest D. woodwardi I own.
  12. This Fossil Bug Discovered in Baltic Amber Looks Remarkably Like a Mantis. David Nield, Science Alert, March 27, 2022 The open acess paper is: Baranov, V., Pérez-de la Fuente, R., Engel, M.S., Hammel, J.U., Kiesmüller, C., Hörnig, M.K., Pazinato, P.G., Stahlecker, C., Haug, C. and Haug, J.T., 2022. The first adult mantis lacewing from Baltic amber, with an evaluation of the post-Cretaceous loss of morphological diversity of raptorial appendages in Mantispidae. Fossil Record, 25(1). Yours, Paul H.
  13. Mammoths and other large animals survived in the north much longer than previously believed. New DNA research indicates that the climate, not humans, led to the demise of these large creatures, Norway Science, January, 2022 The open access paper is: Wang, Y., Pedersen, M.W., Alsos, I.G., De Sanctis, B., Racimo, F., Prohaska, A., Coissac, E., Owens, H.L., Merkel, M.K.F., Fernandez-Guerra, A. and Rouillard, A.,2021. Late Quaternary dynamics of Arctic biota from ancient environmental genomics. Nature, 600(7887), pp.86-92. It concludes t
  14. Jurassicz1

    Shark tooth from Russia

    Hello, I found this shark tooth online. It was found in Russia. Seller says it's an anomotodon sp. Is it? The age is Cenomanian, Upper Cretaceous
  15. fossilhuntr1

    Need Russian Ammonites Identified

    I do not have any specific formation or location information other than that these are from Russia.
  16. Cartoonfossil

    Pliosuar tooth russia

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  17. I just had the opportunity to purchase a kimberella fossil for a good price but backed out at the last second because the seller was based in Russia and I wasn't sure about the legality surrounding White Sea specimens being imported to Canada where I live. I'm always wary of fossils being sold out of China and Russia. Has anyone purchased White Sea specimens directly from Russia? And what is the legality of them? It's hard to find a direct answer online.
  18. MarcusFossils

    Russia/Saint Petersburg/Ordovician

    From the album: My Collection

  19. Hello everyone!)) Need help of paleontologists and paleoichthyologists with identification of eocene shark teeth from Russia. I'm not professional, just a fan and rooky, so I choose possible species options for every tooth, according to books and scientific publications which I have. Hope I make right something at least. Be glad and thankful if somebody will help me figure it out)).
  20. Molecular analysis reveals the oldest Denisovan fossils yet by Max Planck Society, PhyOrg, November 30, 2021 The paper is: Brown, S., Massilani, D., Kozlikin, M.B., Shunkov, M.V., Derevianko, A.P., Stoessel, A., Jope-Street, B., Meyer, M., Kelso, J., Pääbo, S. and Higham, T., 2021. The earliest Denisovans and their cultural adaptation. Nature Ecology & Evolution, pp.1-8. Yours, Paul H.
  21. My Jurassic Park now heads across the pond to England and Germany. Dinosaur material from these countries is not common like North America and in fact very difficult to obtain. Theropod material is extremely rare and most remains are fragments. Most of my material from England comes from the coast of two areas The Isle of Wight and East Sussex. Material from these area comprises the Wealden Super Group (Hasting+Wealden+Weld Clay) and is early Cretaceous from the Valanginian to Barremian Stage (140-125mya). Yellow - Hasting Group , Green - Weald Clay Red - Wealden Grouip
  22. I recently acquired two Cretaceous lamniform shark teeth that I'm trying to identify. The first one, from Russia, was sold as Cardabiodon sp., but I'm curious if that's correct or if it's something else. The second tooth, from Texas, didn't come with an ID. Thanks in advance for any help you can provide! #1 - Cardabiodon? sp. This tooth is from the Cenomanian of Russia and was found near Fedorovka Village, Tambov Region. The tooth measures 28.51 mm on the slant and 14.91 mm at its widest across the root. #2 - Unidentified
  23. Permian amphibian jaw found by me this year. Place:Russia, Perm Territory, location "Perskiye Kluchiki". Age: middle perminan upper kazan or ufa layer I have a description of the location (careful, Russian!) https://sciencejournals.ru/cgi/getPDF.pl?jid=palrus&year=2020&vol=2020&iss=3&file=PalRus2003015Sinichenkova.pdf I would be very grateful for any help in determining
  24. Jurassicz1

    Gastropod from russia

    I found this fossil gastropod on an auction site and I really liked it. But the information is a bit confusing. On the title it states that it is Cretaceous but in the description of the seller it says "Cretaceous-Oxfordian-160 MYA". Oxfordian is a period from the Jurassic, not the Cretaceous. The locality & species (theres 2 species) Location: Kostroma Region Russia Species: Pictavia laevigata & Exelissa quinariia .
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