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  1. Hi ! So I went on a walk in some marls in Lozère, France. Usually, I find some amonites and belemnites but this time I decided to change from my usual spot and searched around. I found an isolated marl which is a couple of kilometers away from the main marls which are known to be from the Toarcian. In the whole region (région des grands causses), marls can be either from Toarcian or Pliensbachian according to french wikipedia (https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marne_(géologie) ). Anyway in this new marl, I didn't find the same fossils as usual, at all. I found mainly gastropods, very sma
  2. Help needed to identify this. Seems to be a dermal denticle. Piensbachian/Toarcian border. 4mm wide field of view.
  3. From the album: fish

    Leptolepis coryphaenoides Lower Toarcian Aveyron France
  4. drbush

    ?? ammonite

    Hi friends, I went to Marrat formation area (toarcian) to the west of Riyadh and found many? ammonits, they are of varies sizes, it is internal mold, what sp. Is it?
  5. drbush

    ? Bivalve

    Hi friends, I went to Marrat formation area (toarcian) to the west of Riyadh and found many? Bivalves, they are of varies sizes, it is internal mold, what sp. Is it?
  6. Nipponites

    Acrocoelites oxyconus

    Hello, I have recently bought this fossil as an Acrocoelites oxyconus, from the toarcien of Tournadous, France. But after seeing the photos of Ludwigia, and others in the internet, it seems that it is not Acrocoelites oxyconus. The fossil looks to be broken and glued: Thanks!
  7. Ludwigia

    Grammoceras thouarsense

    From the album: Sketches

    4 specimens attached to matrix. Early Jurassic Late Toarcian, thouarsense zone. Found 13 years ago at a construction site in Èvrecy, Normandy, France.
  8. pachy-pleuro-whatnot-odon

    Marine reptile teeth from Nancy

    Hi everyone, I got offered this pair of marine reptile teeth as those of ichthyosaurs, but am having a hard time making my mind up about their identification. I'd therefore like to ask for your opinions. The teeth were found during works around Nancy back in 2004, and, based on other ichthyosaur finds from the region, likely dates the Toarcian stage of the Early Jurassic (though, from what I can tell, Oxfordian marine deposits are also accessible in the area). This makes them roughly the same age as material from the Posidonia Shale/Holzmaden and Whitby, bu
  9. Ludwigia

    Porpoceras vortex (Simpson 1855)

    From the album: Cephalopods Worldwide

    ø 77mm. Pyritized. Early Jurassic. Middle Toarcian. bifrons zone. fibulatum horizon. Found in the Causse du Larzac, Aveyron, France.
  10. Ludwigia

    Cenoceras jourdani (Dumortier 1874)

    From the album: Nautiloidea

    11cm. From the upper Toarcian in the Lafarge Cement quarry at Belmont near Lyon, France.
  11. drbush

    Beautiful ammonite

    Hi friends and happy holidays, I went to Marrat formation area (toarcian) to the west of Riyadh and found many ammonites, one of them is Nejdia bramkampi , it is one of the most beautiful ammonites you can find , enjoy.
  12. drbush

    unusual ammonits

    Hi friends and happy holidays ,can you help me with this ,I went to Marrat formation area (toarcian) to the west of Riyadh and found many ammonites ,they are small , thin , 6-10 cm wide and 4-5 cm high , it was a surface find . What sp. could they be?
  13. From the album: Cephalopods Worldwide

    4cm. Found in a concretion at Ravenscar, Yorkshire, GB. Early Toarcian bifrons zone.
  14. BathMC

    Help with ID for these please

    I keep finding small rocks at the base of banks alongside the road, around the area where I live in Bath, UK. Most of them contain bivalves but I keep coming across this shape which I can’t recognise (picture 1) Picture 2 is a close-up of rock A which seems least weathered. I think these are the imprints left behind by something but I also have an example of what I think could be the actual object itself (please excuse my lack of terminology!) but it’s tiny compared to the other three examples (picture 3) Any help with this would be great thanks.
  15. From the album: Cephalopods Worldwide

    6.5cm. From the Whitby Mudstone Formation, bifrons Zone, braunianus Subzone of the lower Toarcian at Saltwick Bay, Yorkshire.
  16. Ludwigia

    Porpoceras verticosum (Buckmann 1914)

    From the album: Cephalopods Worldwide

    6cm. Bifrons Zone, Lower Toarcian. From the Lafarge Quarry at Belmont near Lyon, France.
  17. doushantuo

    diplobelid taphonomy and ethology

    Predatory behaviour and taphonomy of a Jurassic belemnoid coleoid (Diplobelida, Cephalopoda) Dominique Jenny, Dirk Fuchs, Alexander I. Arkhipkin, Rolf B. Hauff, Barbara Fritschi & Christian Klug 1 pdf.pdf Nature,Scientific reports,9-2019
  18. will stevenson

    U. Toarcian french ammos

    Hi guys I was wondering if you could provide me with any more info than tha label provides thanks
  19. ricardo

    Koninckella liasina

    Dwarf Brachiopoda from early Toarcian Koninckella fauna in Portugal (Polymorphum Zone, Semicelatum subzone), comprising particularly Koninckella liasina, Nannirhynchia pygmaea and Pseudokingena deslongchamps. Koninckinidae became extinct in the early Toarcian and has minute size and peculiar shape (that is very similar to that of the Paleozoic strophomenids). Comas-Rengifo, M.J., Duarte, L.V., García Joral, F., Goy, A., 2013. Los braquiópodos del Toarciense Inferior (Jurásico) en el área de Rabaçal-Condeixa (Portugal): distribución estratigráfica y paleobiogeografía. Co
  20. ricardo

    Telothyris pyrenaica Dubar 1931

    Reference here. Comas-Rengifo, María & Duarte, Luís & García Joral, Fernando & Goy, A. (2013). The brachiopod record in the Lower Toarcian (jurassic) of the Rabaçal-Condeixa region (Portugal): Stratigraphic distribution and palaeobiogeography [Los braquiópodos del Toarciense Inferior (Jurásico) en el área de Rabaçal-Condeixa (Portugal): Distribución estratigráfica y paleobiogeografía]. Comunicacoes Geologicas. 100. 37-42.
  21. Belongs to the so-called “Koninckella Fauna” from the base of the Dactylioceras semicelatum Subzone.
  22. Belongs to the so-called “Koninckella Fauna” from the base of the Semicelatum Subzone.
  23. A lovely 18" belemnite slab I've bought for my birthday (birthday belemnites are a bit of a tradition!). From the Jurassic Posidonienschiefer (Toarcian, Upper Lias) of Holzmaden - a very interesting and unusual selection of mostly the same species, one with a nice epirostrum. Not quite sure of the actual species, but it's close to Acrocoelites subtenuis and A. gracilis - neither of which usually have epirostra (the squashed bit at the tip of photo 2). It also contains a couple of bonus teeth including a Hybodus type which Sebastian @belemniten tells me is a rarity there. Ap
  24. VStergios

    Ammonite ID

    Found a rather large and partially well preserved ammonite in ammonitico rosso dating early to middle Toarcian in the mountains of Epirus, Greece. Partially preserved because the other side was exposed and totally flattened. I am actually puzzled by the flattened state of the inner whorl as opposed to the outer whorl and center which appear intact. The shine is due to the paralloid-acetone mix i coated the specimen with, to prevent further deterioration. Would appreciate any suggestions to the species.
  25. I've just purchased a fine slab of belemnites from Holzmaden and the stratigraphy is given as Posidonienschifer, Lias epsilon II-102. I know that epsilon is Lower Toarcian but please could anyone enlighten me about the II-102? I particularly want to correlate this accurately with Yorkshire, if possible! @belemniten ? EDIT: I've just checked the seller's other material and one that I'd expect to be from the same beds is given as "II-12" - so @oilshale is almost certainly right with his answer below, and it see
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