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Found 26 results

  1. Rasenoides lepidula

  2. Hibolites acuariformis (Riegraf 1981)

    From the album Belemnites

    6.7cm. long hypselocylum zone Early Kimmeridgian Late Jurassic Lacunosamergel Formation Found near Beuron in the Upper Danube Valley
  3. Rasenoides lepidula (Oppel 1863)

    From the album Late Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

    4.5cm. hypselocylum zone Kimmeridgian Lacunosamergel Formation Found near Beuron in the Upper Danube Valley
  4. From the album Late Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

    7cm. hypselocylum zone Kimmeridgian Lacunosamergel Formation From the Upper Danube Valley near Beuron.
  5. Late Jurassic finds

    I spent another day at the Kimmeridgian site in the Upper Danube Valley near Beuron the other day. I had taken my camera along in order to take some shots, but I ended up making so many good finds that I forgot to get it out. Sorry bout that. One great thing about this location is that the finds are easy and quick to prep, so at least I can show you some of the finds. Aspidoceras sp. Ataxioceras (Parataxioceras) lothari Ataxioceras (Parataxioceras) planulatum Taramelliceras (Metahaploceras) nodosiusculum and Glochiceras sp. Ardescia perayense Ataxioceras (Parataxioceras) sp. Rasenoides lepidula
  6. From the album Late Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

    6.5cm. With sponges hypselocylum zone Kimmeridgian Found near Beuron in the Upper Danube Valley.
  7. Split Shift

    I worked another split shift today, so I decided to use the 4 hours in between to visit the site in the ditch at the side of the road in the Danube valley once again. No sense in driving home and back again when your tools are anyway in the trunk. Rain had been forecast for the afternoon, but it looked ok for the time being, so off I went. It's about a 3/4 hour drive and everything was looking good until about 15 minutes before arrival when suddenly over the last hill there were dark clouds with even more darkness below them looming on the horizon. Good thing I brought my raincoat and rubber boots. To make things even more complicated, it turned out that the road to the site was blocked off only about a half a kilometer away from it, so I had to turn around , detour back up the hill and down another road to get there, which cost me about another 20 minutes. That wasn't so bad though, since it was pouring with rain at that point, so I was wondering how long I was going to hold out anyway. As it turned out to my luck, the rain pretty well let up just as I arrived, so I thanked my lucky stars and walked down the road to the new spot I'd discovered about a month ago. I remembered to take my camera this time () so here it is. I'd been here already twice, so you can probably see that I've been working at getting that layer of limestone blocks removed. That's where the fossils are sitting, or rather, lying. So I continued on for about a half an hour in the drizzle, but then the rain started getting stronger again, then it started getting serious and after another 10 minutes it was pouring down in buckets and getting rather uncomfortable. No chance to take out the camera again. At least I had managed to extricate a few ammonites, so I wrapped them up quickly and headed back to the car and thence back to a couple more hours work of another kind. These things prep up pretty quickly, so I got them done already this evening. Actually there wasn't all that much worth keeping in the end, but at least these 2 turned out ok. Taramelliceras sp. 6.5cm. Ataxioceras sp. 7cm.
  8. Trochobolus texatus (Goldfuss 1833)

    From the album Sponges

    10x6cm. divisum zone Kimmeridgian Late Jurassic Lochen Formation From the Upper Danube Valley near Beuron
  9. Melonella radiata (Quenstedt 1858)

    From the album Sponges

    6x6cm. divisum zone Kimmeridgian Late Jurassic Lochen Formation From the Upper Danube Valley near Beuron
  10. I've just added two sponges to my collection which I found recently in the Kimmeridgian Lochen Formation in the upper Danube Valley near Beuron. The first is the appropriately named Melonella radiata and the second is a Trochobolus texatus.
  11. Bathrotomaria babeauana

    Steinkern with a small Glochiceras sp. ammonite in the aperture.
  12. Aspidoceras uninodosum (Toula 1907)

    Calcite mold of the phragmocone.
  13. Calcite mold of the phragmocone with a small portion of body chamber.
  14. Cylindrophyma sp. (Zittel 1878)

    From the album Sponges

    20x3.5cm. Calcified preservation. Divisum zone, Kimmeridgian, upper Jurassic. Found near Beuron in the upper Danube Valley.
  15. Limestone mold of the phragmocone.
  16. Limestone mold. Practically complete.
  17. Just about complete. One can differentiate between phragmocone and body chamber on hand of the suture lines.
  18. This little guy is practically complete.
  19. Limestone mold with glauconite. Phragmocone.
  20. Rasenia (Prorasenia) heeri (Moesch)

    Limestone mold. Practically complete with part of the lappet.
  21. Limestone mold. Orthaspidoceras is a synonym for this genus.
  22. Limetone mold. An almost complete specimen. Another half a whorl is missing.
  23. Limestone mold. Garnierisphinctes can be distinguished from Crussoliceras by its finer ribbing which continues farther along the whorls as by the latter. The rib-splitting over the venter is also more variable, particularly on the body chamber. This specimen is far from complete, but at least the first part of the body chamber is preserved.
  24. Limestone mold with phragmocone and part of the body chamber. The sutures are strongly pronounced on this specimen. The green color is the result of a fine layer of glauconite, an iron compound found often in sediments.
  25. Limestone mold. With Apophyse. Microconch to Taramelliceras trachinotum.