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Found 121 results

  1. Orthoceras sp.

    From the album Invertebrates

    Orthoceras sp. Early Devonian Early Emsian Bundenbach Germany
  2. Devonian fish fossil Germany?

    Hi everyone, In 2011, I hunted for fossils in an area which is called the Eifel (Germany). This area is known for it's Devonian fossils, especially trilobites, corals and brachiopods. I have visited the Eifel several times, the last time I went there was 2016. The Eifel is rich of locations to hunt, so in 2011, I went to one of them, a small quarry which was overgrown by many plants. The fossils I discovered that day, were many parts of crinoides and a lot of brachiopods. I'm not sure anymore but I think the rocks of the quarry are Givetian or Eifelian age. When I left the quarry after a few hours, I picked up a stone with a strange structure on it. As a 11 year old, I didn't knew what it was. I posted pictures of it on the Dutch fossil forum last year and I was told that it could be parts of a placoderm, an armored fish. I was excited, because placoderm fossils are very rare in the Eifel. But I am stil not hundred percent sure so I was wondering what you think. Is it fish or is it something else, like a coral? Thanks in advance and greetings, Lars
  3. So most of the Christmas decorations--at least the outside ones are down! and I got sidetracked again when I went into the garage to put the decorations away. Started to move fossil boxes around and found myself looking in the dang things...I was thinking some of this stuff needs to go in a case and started to photograph some of it and make sure the labels were with them. I've still got some work to do but thought I'd show you much of it...could be a few pieces on the other side of the garage but here's the bulk of what I have from Germany... This collection started many years ago and as I've never been there to collect personally my distant relatives immigrated from there and another good friend influenced me with her German collections so thru Gifts, trades and purchases here you go. Hoping there is something in here you havent seen before. File names have Genus and location. Some small vertebrates... An amphibian and similar sized small fish. Most of a dragonfly Some crustaceans from Solnhofen Some plants Some belemnites
  4. A lizard preserved in the abdominal cavity of the dinosaur Compsognathus longipes holotype is actually a different species than originally thought and a new species Schoenesmahl dyspepsia from the Solnhofen Formation of Germany. Definitely different way of finding a new species. schoenesmahl dyspepsia schoenesmahl dyspepsia https://academic.oup.com/zoolinnean/advance-article/doi/10.1093/zoolinnean/zlx055/4757449?searchresult=1 A new lizard (Squamata) was the last meal of Compsognathus (Theropoda: Dinosauria) and is a holotype in a holotype Jack L Conrad, Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, zlx055, https://doi.org/10.1093/zoolinnean/zlx055 Published:18 December 2017
  5. TRIASSIC PLESIOSAUR

    An interesting early plesiosaur. http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-42339936
  6. Paramblypterus (8).jpg

    From the album Paramblypterus 3

    Paramblypterus from location Albessen, Rhineland-Pallatinate, Germany permian age 285 mio, Unterrotliegendes, Rotliegend, Perm
  7. Paramblypterus (8).jpg

    From the album Paramblypterus 3

    Paramblypterus from location Albessen, Rhineland-Pallatinate, Germany permian age 285 mio, Unterrotliegendes, Rotliegend, Perm
  8. Paramblypterus (8).jpg

    From the album Paramblypterus 3

    Paramblypterus from location Albessen, Rhineland-Pallatinate, Germany permian age 285 mio, Unterrotliegendes, Rotliegend, Perm
  9. Paramblypterus (8).jpg

    From the album Paramblypterus 3

    Paramblypterus from location Albessen, Rhineland-Pallatinate, Germany permian age 285 mio, Unterrotliegendes, Rotliegend, Perm
  10. Paramblypterus (8).jpg

    From the album Paramblypterus 3

    Paramblypterus from location Albessen, Rhineland-Pallatinate, Germany permian age 285 mio, Unterrotliegendes, Rotliegend, Perm
  11. Paramblypterus (7).jpg

    From the album Paramblypterus 2

    different specimen from Paramblypterus from the famous locations in rhineland-pallatinate,germany, permian age, 280 -285 mio years
  12. Paramblypterus (7).jpg

    From the album Paramblypterus 2

    different specimen from Paramblypterus from the famous locations in rhineland-pallatinate,germany, permian age, 280 -285 mio years
  13. Paramblypterus (7).jpg

    From the album Paramblypterus 2

    different specimen from Paramblypterus from the famous locations in rhineland-pallatinate,germany, permian age, 280 -285 mio years
  14. Paramblypterus (7).jpg

    From the album Paramblypterus 2

    different specimen from Paramblypterus from the famous locations in rhineland-pallatinate,germany, permian age, 280 -285 mio years
  15. Paramblypterus (7).jpg

    From the album Paramblypterus 2

    different specimen from Paramblypterus from the famous locations in rhineland-pallatinate,germany, permian age, 280 -285 mio years
  16. Paramblypterus (7).jpg

    From the album Paramblypterus 2

    different specimen from Paramblypterus from the famous locations in rhineland-pallatinate,germany, permian age, 280 -285 mio years
  17. Paramblypterus (7).jpg

    From the album Paramblypterus 2

    different specimen from Paramblypterus from the famous locations in rhineland-pallatinate,germany, permian age, 280 -285 mio years
  18. Paramblypterus (7).jpg

    From the album Paramblypterus 2

    different specimen from Paramblypterus from the famous locations in rhineland-pallatinate,germany, permian age, 280 -285 mio years
  19. Paramblypterus (1).jpg

    From the album Bonefish - Giant - Paramblypterus

    big Paramblypterus from Niedernhausen , 280 Mio years, permian
  20. Paramblypterus (1).jpg

    From the album Bonefish - Giant - Paramblypterus

    big Paramblypterus from Niedernhausen , 280 Mio years, permian
  21. Paramblypterus (1).jpg

    From the album Bonefish - Giant - Paramblypterus

    big Paramblypterus from Niedernhausen , 280 Mio years, permian
  22. Paramblypterus (1).jpg

    From the album Bonefish - Giant - Paramblypterus

    big Paramblypterus from Niedernhausen , 280 Mio years, permian
  23. Paramblypterus (1).jpg

    From the album Bonefish - Giant - Paramblypterus

    big Paramblypterus from Niedernhausen , 280 Mio years, permian
  24. Complete Ichtyosaurus from Holzmaden

    Hi, I would like present my last preparation and my biggest project : A complet Stenopterygius from Holzmaden. Step one: Transport from Germany (~300Kg) Step 2: Unprepared skeleton (Plate length: 3m) Step 3: Mecanic preparation for approaching bones Step 4: Sandblasting (very hot and very long ^^) Step 5: Airscribe -> sandblasting -> airscribe... The airscribe tree Step 6 : Before to glued the plates Step 7: During the gluing Step 8: During the disking
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