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Found 397 results

  1. From the album Vertebrates

    Luoxiongichthys hyperdorsalis Wen et al., 2011 Middle Triassic Anisian, Pelsonian Guanling Formation Daaozi, Luoxiong Luoping County Yunnan China Lit.: W. Wen, Q. Y. Zhang, C. Y. Zhou, J. Y. Huang, Z. Q. Chen and M. J. Benton. 2012. A new genus of basal actinopterygian fish from the Anisian (Middle Triassic) of Luoping, Yunnan Province, Southwest China. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 57:149-160
  2. From the album Vertebrates

    Gymnoichthys inopinatus Tintori et al., 2010 Middle Triassic Anisian Guangling Formation, Daaozi, Luoping, Yunnan PRC Length 10cm / 4" Re-study on Gymnoichthys inopinatus from Middle Triassic of Luoping Yunnan China.pdf A new basal neopterygian from the middle triassic of Luoping gymnoichthys.pdf
  3. Here are two plates from Guizhou province. They should be Protrachyceras sp. ammonites from late Triassic. First one: Second front: Second back:
  4. Mixosaurus panxianensis Jiang et al., 2006

    From the album Vertebrates

    Mixosaurus panxianensis Jiang et al., 2006 Middle Triassic Guanling Formation Anisian Panxian Guizhou PRC Length 50cm / 20" Lit.: DA-YONG JIANG, LARS SCHMITZ, WEI-CHENG HAO1,and YUAN-LIN SUN (2006): A NEW MIXOSAURID ICHTHYOSAUR FROM THE MIDDLE TRIASSIC OF CHINA. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26(1):60–69, March 2006
  5. Habroichthys minimus Brough, 1939

    From the album Vertebrates

    Habroichthys minimus Brough, 1939 Middle Triassic Ladinian Davos Switzerland
  6. From the album Vertebrates

    Mixosaurus panxianensis JIANG, SCHMITZ, HAO & SUN, 2006 Upper Member, Guanling Formation Middle Triassic Panxian Guizhou Will need some additional prep work, but seems to be fine. Btw. no legal problem for me - I live in Shanghai. Lit.: DA-YONG JIANG, LARS SCHMITZ, WEI-CHENG HAO, and YUAN-LIN SUN(2006): A NEW MIXOSAURID ICHTHYOSAUR FROM THE MIDDLE TRIASSIC OF CHINA. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26(1):60–69, March 2006
  7. Ceratites

    Hi- Can anyone help me to ID the exact species of this Ceratites ammonite? (it's roughly 5" in diameter, and I've no info about its provenance- probably German Muschelkalk ). Many thanks in advance, Fabio
  8. Vertebrate taphonomy of Argentina

    Good piece from JVP colombi.pdf
  9. From the album Vertebrates

    Saurichthys madagascariensis Piveteau, 1945 Early Triassic Dienerian Sakamena Formation Anktokazo Madagascar Length 60cm Lit.: Pivetau, J. (1944-45): Paléontologie de Madagascar, XXV. Les poissons du Trias inférieur. La famille des Saurichthyidés. Ann. Paléont., 31: 79-87; Paris Rieppel, O. (1980): Additional specimens of Saurichthys madagascariensis from the Eotrias of Madagascar. N.Jb. Geol. Paläont. Mh., 1980 (1): 43-51; Stuttgart Kogan, I. und Romano, C. (2016): Redescription of Saurichthys madagascariensis Piveteau, 1945 (Actinopterygii, Early Triassic), with implications for the early saurichthyid morphotype. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Vol. 36, Iss. 4, 2016 DOI: 10.1080/02724634.2016.1151886
  10. Triassic Siberian Ceratite

    Dear members of The Fossil Forum, I am busy on the identification of all the fossils in my collection, but some fossils are causing trouble, one of which I will show here. It is 23mm. The name tag says it is an Arctohungarites sp. but in my opinion the umbilicus is too big for Arctohungarites. It looks more like Nordophiceras but I do not know if the fastigate venter is common for that genus. It might very well be neither of these genuses, my knowledge on Siberian ceratites is very limited. The findspot is Northern Siberia, but where exactly is not stated. I know of two sites, Cape Tsvetsov and the Olenek river, does the preservation of this ammonite point at one of these two? The age of the ceratite is said to be Middle Triassic, which means Anisian-Ladinian, although most of the siberian triassic ammonites are Olenekian in age. Apparently Arctohungarites is an Anisian genus, but I am not sure that this ammonite is an Arctohungarites. So my questions are: What Genus and species is this ceratite? Where does it come from? What age is it? Is there anyone who can shed light onto this ceratite and help me? Thanks in advance, Sander
  11. bone to pick

    Tags say it all. Intriguing,to say the least http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article/asset?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0119083.PDF
  12. Keichousaurus Collection

    A few keichousaurs, no restoration. Keichousaurus 1
  13. Possible coelacanth scales

    Dear Guys, I have found many strange scales with radial incisions but I do not know which kind of fish they belong to. The age of the continental limestone boulders with these scales should be Triassic. Might they belong to coelacanths? Any idea what is this? Kind regards Domas
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