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  1. Taxonomy according to Fossilworks.org. Quote from Zhang et al. 2003, p. 447:” The Chengjiang Lagerstätte yields several well-preserved Early Cambrian fossil assemblages (Zhang et al. 2001) from the Yu’anshan Member of the Qiongzhusi Formation in Yunnan Province, South China, consisting of a diverse suite of arthropods (Shu et al. 1995, 1999a; Hou and Bergström 1997; Zhang 1999; Zhang et al. 2000). One of them, small and relatively rare, was only briefly described based on a few specimens (Hou et al. 1991), and repeatedly considered to be a giant protaspis of a naraoiid by many authors (Fo
  2. Paleorunner

    Help with Chinese Trilobites

    Hello partners. I have received several Chinese trilobites, but these two the seller has not been able to identify. I have not found information about them, and I bring them here in case someone can recognize them. The first is from the lower cambric. It comes from the qiongzhusi formation. Kunming (Yunnan). China. with 6 millimeters long THE SECOND IS FROM THE ORDOVICIOUS. SHIHTIAN FORMATION. BAOSHAN. (YUNNAN). CHINA. WITH 1 CENTIMETER LONG. ps: the photos are screenshots of the purchase, my photos do not get better.
  3. Crazyhen

    Vertebral bone

    This vertebral bone is from Yunnan, China. Any idea if it’s mammalian or dinosaurian?
  4. Wrangellian

    Chengjiang puzzle

    Here's a specimen I acquired a while back. The worm is quite small (21mm long, ~1mm wide) and hard to photograph but I did my best. The question is, what are those little oval pellet-like things inside (or on) the worm? Its last meal? Parasite? Something taphonomic in nature (I doubt it)? Any ideas would be appreciated! Not sure of the worm's ID, either. I guess either Maotianshania or Cricocosmia (or Paleoscolex?) They're all so similar I'm not sure how to tell them apart. There should be enough detail - looks like everything including the spiny head/proboscis (left end) is visible.
  5. Crazyhen

    Pterygotus segment?

    This piece was found at Quqing, Yunnan of China. It’s Devonian formation. I’d it a segment of pterygotus?
  6. Crazyhen

    Triassic Marine Reptile Skull

    This skull is from the Triassic Formation of Yunnan Province, China. Any idea what kind of marine reptile is that?
  7. From http://sciencythoughts.blogspot.com/2015/05/yuganotheca-elegans-early-cambrian.html: "An Early Cambrian Lophophorate Animal with affinities to Brachiopods and Phoronids. Lophophorates are animals which feed using a filter called a lophophore, which comprises a number of setae covered tentacles, to extract food from water. The group includes the shelled Brachiopods, the worm-like Phoronids, the minute Entoprocts, and colonial Bryozoans, and has been shown by molecular and embryonic evidence to be related to the Molluscs and Annelids. Within the Lophophorates the Phoronids
  8. Crazyhen

    Unknown fossil from Yunnan, China

    This fossil is from Quqing, Yunnan of China. Devonian formation. Any idea what it is?
  9. Crazyhen

    Agnatha from China?

    This specimen is about 16cm in length from Guizhou in Triassic formation. Any idea if it's a primitive agnathan?
  10. Crazyhen

    Chinese Fish Fossil

    Hi, this small fish is about 8cm in length. It is from Fuyuan, Yunnnan Province of China. Any idea which species is that?
  11. Still_human

    What is this Cambrian appendage?

    I believe it’s a feeding appendage. I’ve been told it’s an anomalocaradid feeding appendage, but i don’t remember any of the anoms iv seen having anything quite like that. I can’t remember ever seeing it in context, although feeding appendage definitely seems right.
  12. Ruger9a

    Plant leaf ID request

    Good evening folks. I have an unidentified fossil plant from Yunnan (suspect), China and is lacking any additional information. The plant leaf/stem section is 30mm wide x 35mm tall. Hoping someone in TFF knows what it is.
  13. Ruger9a

    China Trilobite ID request #1

    Hello folks. I've been digging through my "unidentified" draw again and came across eight Trilobite requiring identification. I cannot seem to locate my documentation, so, I am humbly requesting your help once again. The information I do have on this Trilobite is it comes from Yunnan, China and is from the Cambrian period. It measures 25mm x 17mm.
  14. oilshale

    Saurichthys dawaziensis Wu et al., 2009

    From the album: Vertebrates

    Saurichthys dawaziensis Wu et al., 2009 Middle Triassic Dawazi Yunnan PRC together with other unidentified fish
  15. oilshale

    Sinosaurichthys minuta WU et al, 2011

    From the album: Vertebrates

    Sinosaurichthys minuta WU et al, 2011 Middle Triassic Jialingjiang Formation Luoping Yunnan China
  16. oilshale

    Naraoia longicaudata Zhang and Hou 1985

    From the album: Invertebrates

    Naraoia longicaudata Zhang and Hou 1985 Early Cambrian Chengjiang Yunnan PRC
  17. Crazyhen

    Unidentified fish from Yunnan

    This small fish measures abut 6cm. Any idea what’s this specimen?
  18. This fossil is from Quqing of Yunnan, China. It measures 15x20cm. Is it a horseshoe crab, shell or what?
  19. Lit.: SCHWEITZER, C., FELDMANN, R.,HU, S.,HUANG, J., ZHOU, C., ZHANG, Q.,WEN, W., Xie, T.(2014): PENAEOID DECAPODA (DENDROBRANCHIATA) FROM THE LUOPING BIOTA (MIDDLE TRIASSIC) OF CHINA: SYSTEMATICS AND TAPHONOMIC FRAMEWORK. Journal of Paleontology, 88(3), 2014, p. 457–474 Quote: "Although the lobsters were interpreted as having relatively durable cuticle, the shrimp discussed herein are characterized by having very thin cuticle that is readily deformed and oriented in a variety of positions. As a result, the description and interpretation of the morphology of the shrimp is, of necessi
  20. This is from Jingjiang of Yunnnan. Is it part of the fossil of a Youngolepis praecursor?
  21. oilshale

    Wutingaspis tingi Kobayashi, 1944

    From the album: Invertebrates

    Wutingaspis tingi Kobayashi, 1944 Early Cambrian Yuxi Yunnan China
  22. oilshale

    Sinosaurichthys minuta WU et al, 2011

    Lit.: F. Wu, Y. Sun, G. Xu, W. Hao, D. Jiang and Z. Sun. 2011. New Saurichthyid Actinopterygian Fishes from the Anisian (Middle Triassic) of Southwestern China. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 56(3):581-614
  23. oilshale

    Nothosaurus youngi LI & RIEPPEL, 2004

    From the album: Vertebrates

    Nothosaurus youngi LI & RIEPPEL, 2004 Middle Triassic Fuyan Yunnan China
  24. https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/laelaps/paleo-profile-the-fish-from-china/
  25. oilshale

    Megapalaeolenus deprati Mansuy, 1912

    From the album: Invertebrates

    Megapalaeolenus deprati Mansuy, 1912 Early Cambrian Gaolufang Yunnan China
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