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  1. I mentioned in another post a few days ago that I had discovered a site in the Middle Jurassic Aalenian which I hadn't visited previously. I found it rather unexpectedly while in search of the humphriesi oolite formation. It was obvious that other collectors had worked here in the past, but the rock had also been weathering away for a few years since the last ones were here, so I figured it would be worth spending the good part of a day inspecting it. I set off to this avail this very morning. It's a bit of a way up to get there, but not too strenuous if you take your time. By the way, I remem
  2. From the album: Early Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

    40cm. With Gryphaea arcuata oysters attached semicostatum zone Sinemurian Found in the Wutach area
  3. From the album: Middle Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

    40cm. Prepared and restored for a friend by yours truly. trigonalis zone Early Bajocian Found in the Wutach Valley
  4. Ludwigia

    Megateuthis suevica (Klein 1783)

    From the album: Belemnites

    This rostrum measures 38cm., although it is not quite complete, so it could have been up to 50cm. long originally. The name of the species used to be M.gigantea until it was revised a few years ago, which I find to be more suitable for this behemoth, the largest belemnite ever. It originates from the Bajocium in the Wutach Valley, southwestern Germany.
  5. Ludwigia

    Fissilobiceras ovale (Quenstedt 1886)

    From the album: Middle Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

    28cm. ovale zone early Bajocian A rare find from Wutachtal. This is just the phragmocone from what once quite a large example.
  6. Calcite Steinkern of the phragmocone.
  7. From the album: Middle Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

    20cm. With Serpula attached discites zone Early Bajocian Found in the Wutach area
  8. From the album: Middle Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

    15cm. With Serpula attached on the back. discites zone Early Bajocian Found in the Wutach area
  9. From the album: Belemnites

    8cm. From the Early Bajocian discites zone in the Wutach Valley.
  10. Ludwigia

    Some Callovian finds

    I just sort of hijacked one of Nimravis' topics to show these finds, so I figured it'd be better if I continued the story here. I took off for my first proper hunt in a couple of months this morning in the hopes that the bit of snow we'd had hadn't decked the site in the Wutach valley that I had chosen. As luck would have it, it was still relatively pristine, so I was able to spend about 4 hours digging away in a familiar embankment in the search for some nice Callovian ammonites. This time the Gods were with me, so it looks like I've got a bit of prepping to do. The ammos appear to belon
  11. Calcite steinkern.
  12. Shell preservation.
  13. Ludwigia

    Gyrochorte comosa (Hantzshel 1962)

    From the album: Trace Fossils

    The entire plate measures 15x15x2cm. Tracks (Repichnia), perhaps from worms. These are called "Zopfplatten" in German, meaning "Braid plates". Opalinuston Formation Early Allenian Middle Jurassic Site: Schleifbaechle, Wutach Valley, Germany.
  14. Ludwigia

    Phymatoderma sp. (Brongiart 1849)

    From the album: Trace Fossils

    10x8cm. Feeding Burrow (Agrichnia) Staufensis bank Bradfordensis zone Late Aalenian Middle Jurassic Site: Scheffheu, Wutach Valley, Germany
  15. Ludwigia

    Cenoceras sp. (Hyatt 1884)

    From the album: Nautiloidea

    7.5cm. Bradfordensis zone, late Aalenian, middle Jurassic. Found at Scheffheu, Wutachtal, Germany.
  16. Ludwigia

    Arietites solarium (Quenstedt 1883)

    From the album: Early Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

    50cm. From the Sinemurian Arietenkalk Formation in the area around Trossingen.
  17. Ludwigia

    Microderoceras sp. (Hyatt 1871)

    From the album: Early Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

    20cm. From the early Sinemurian in the Wutach area.
  18. Ludwigia

    Cenoceras sp. (Hyatt 1884)

    From the album: Nautiloidea

    25cm. Early Jurassic Sinemurian. From the Wutach area in southwest Germany. I didn't find this myself, just did the prep work, but it turned out so nicely that just had to post it here.
  19. Ludwigia

    Asteroceras stellare (Sowerby 1815)

    From the album: Early Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

    5cm. Sinemurian, obtusum zone, stellare subzone. From the Wutach area.
  20. Ludwigia

    Schlotheimia depressa (Waehner 1886)

    From the album: Early Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

    20cm. From the Hettangian Angulatenton Formation in the Wutach area.
  21. Ludwigia

    A nice addition

    I've been doing a lot of contract prep work for a particular collector for quite a while. He recently picked up some raw material bargains from an old collection and brought some of them by last week for me to clean up for him. When he came to pick them up today, he decided to gift me one of them, which just made my day, since it's an excellent specimen of a species which is hard to find these days in this size and condition. It's a Procerites hodsoni with a diameter of 34cm. which was found in the Bathonian layers at a construction site in Blumberg a few decades ago.
  22. I made another visit to that site in the Middle Jurassic Aalenian to continue on where I'd left off last week. Here's the original report . I headed back up to the exposure with the intent of continuing along removing more of the weathered blocks from the bank. But first of all, I noticed a possibility to remove a bit more overburden from my dig last week. Like I'd mentioned before, this overburden belongs to the so-called staufensis bank and there's always a chance of finding something in it, although they are few and far between and not always complete. But waddayaknow! I uncovered a Staufen
  23. Ludwigia

    Multiblock 11

    From the album: Middle Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

    One large Costileioceras sinon(16cm.) with 2 smaller Ancolioceras opalinoides attached. Haugi subzone, murchisonae zone, late Aalenian. From the Wutach area.
  24. I decided to try my luck again at one of my old Aalenian spots in the Wutach valley last week and it panned out this time. I'd been there a couple of weeks ago without much success, so I decided to try to follow the horizon this time in the hopes of finding a pristine exposure. This necessitated a lot of digging and delving, and was a bit of a challenge for my sense of orientation, but I finally was able to localize two exposures which look like they could be producing some interesting finds for some time to come. I've been busy the last few days doing some commission work, but I finished
  25. Ludwigia

    Myophorella cf. formosa (Lycett 1872)

    From the album: German Gastropods and Bivalves

    3.5cm. long. From the sinon bank in the middle Jurassic Aalenian murchisonae zone in the Wutach Valley.
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