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Found 13 results

  1. H. carens

    From the album Trilobites

    Hydrocephalus carens (Barrande, 1846) Cambrian Jince Fm Skryje, Czech Republic This was a gift from a fossil comrade who collected there.
  2. Fossil wood and crinoid?

    Hi guys! Yesterday I visited Koneprusy (Devon) in the Czech Republic and found some fossils. It was first time finding fossils But I´m not sure about these two.. I think the first one is crinoid (photo #1). Second one looks like a fossil wood (photos #2-4) to me, but I´ve never found one so it might be just some kind of mineral. I don´t know. Thanks for your help P.S.: Ruller is in centimeters.
  3. Ellipsocephalus hoffi

    From the album Trilobites

  4. Aulacopleura koninckii (Barrande, 1846)

    From the album Invertebrates

    Aulacopleura koninckii (Barrande, 1846) Silurian Wenlock Lodenice Liten Formation Motol Member Monograptus flexilis-Zone Czech Republic Hughes, N.C., Hong, P.S., Hou, J.B., & Fusco, G. (2017) The development of the Silurian trilobite Aulacopleura koninckii reconstructed by applying Inferred growth and segmentation dynamics: A case study in Paleo-Evo-Devo. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 5(37):1-12 OPEN ACCESS PDF
  5. From the album Trilobites

    Cranidium.
  6. From the album MY FOSSIL Collection - Dpaul7

    Acantholomina minuta Silurian Trilobite SITE LOCATION: Kopaninské formation, Kosov near Beroun, Czech Republic TIME PERIOD: Silurian (about 420 million years) Data: Odontopleurida is an order of very spinose trilobites closely related to the trilobites of the order Lichida. Some experts group the Odontopleurid families, Odontopleuridae and Damesellidae, within Lichida. Odontopleurids tend to have convex, bar-shaped cephalons, and lobed, knob-shaped glabella that extend to, or almost to the anterior margin. Many, if not almost all odontopleurids have long spines that are derived either from the margins of the exoskeleton, or from granular or tubercular ornamentation, or both. Many odontopleurids are so spinose so as to be described as having "spines on (their) spines." Odontopleurids have 8 to 13 thoracic segments, with Odontopleuridae odontopleurids having no more than 10, and Damesellidae odontopleurids having no more than 13. The pygidium tends to be very small, and invariably has long spines emanating from it in all known genera. Genera of Damesellidae are restricted to Middle to Upper Cambrian marine strata, and may represent a transition between Cambrian-aged lichids, and odontopleurids of Odontopleuridae. The odontopleurids of Odontopleuridae first appear in the Upper Cambrian, and go extinct before the end of the Frasnian epoch of the late Devonian. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: †Trilobita Order: †Odontopleurida Family: †Odontopleuridae Genus: †Acanthalomina Species: †minuta
  7. From the album MY FOSSIL Collection - Dpaul7

    Acantholomina minuta Silurian Trilobite SITE LOCATION: Kopaninské formation, Kosov near Beroun, Czech Republic TIME PERIOD: Silurian (about 420 million years) Data: Odontopleurida is an order of very spinose trilobites closely related to the trilobites of the order Lichida. Some experts group the Odontopleurid families, Odontopleuridae and Damesellidae, within Lichida. Odontopleurids tend to have convex, bar-shaped cephalons, and lobed, knob-shaped glabella that extend to, or almost to the anterior margin. Many, if not almost all odontopleurids have long spines that are derived either from the margins of the exoskeleton, or from granular or tubercular ornamentation, or both. Many odontopleurids are so spinose so as to be described as having "spines on (their) spines." Odontopleurids have 8 to 13 thoracic segments, with Odontopleuridae odontopleurids having no more than 10, and Damesellidae odontopleurids having no more than 13. The pygidium tends to be very small, and invariably has long spines emanating from it in all known genera. Genera of Damesellidae are restricted to Middle to Upper Cambrian marine strata, and may represent a transition between Cambrian-aged lichids, and odontopleurids of Odontopleuridae. The odontopleurids of Odontopleuridae first appear in the Upper Cambrian, and go extinct before the end of the Frasnian epoch of the late Devonian. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: †Trilobita Order: †Odontopleurida Family: †Odontopleuridae Genus: †Acanthalomina Species: †minuta
  8. With respect to these materials I would like to make a request. I would need materials from type locations to compare it with my Spanish materials. These type localities are the following: All in the Czech Republic. Kurdejov. https://www.google.es/maps/place/693+01+Kurdějov,+Chequia/@48.9415666,16.7167624,12z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x4712cfffcc1f9c73:0x400af0f66154ec0!8m2!3d48.9577738 ! 4d16.7634562 Zdanice. https://www.google.es/maps/place/696+32+Ždánice,+Chequia/@49.0676782,16.9596931,12z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x4712dfcee745f5e5:0xb8aa863c5409004e!8m2!3d49.0672871! 4d17.0275188 Zdounky https://www.google.es/maps/place/768+02+Zdounky,+Chequia/@49.2308009,17.2656444,12z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x471303747237e693:0x3a063fffb2dc905b!8m2!3d49.2277083!4d17.3189958 If someone owns these procurrent materials from these locations and wants to exchange it for any type of fossil, donate it for the greater glory of science or any type of "exchange" that occurs to him, he already knows where there is an interested in it. Standard procedure: personal message and we talk. I apologize for the spelling of the locations, for the tirade, for requesting something that seems difficult and strange, and for the rest of my crazy things. Without forgetting the fact that I express myself very badly in English. Greetings to all. Pachy
  9. Old news

    As far As I could ascertain, not posted yet edit: Amazing Czech Open-Access Pdf Library on this very forum Posted by Piranha in 2013 you live & learn Šnajdr M. (1983): Revision of the trilobite type material of I.Hawle and A. J. C. Corda, 1847 Sborník Národního muzea v Praze, řada B - Přírodní vědy 39 (3): 129. [PDF fulltext] NB 35, Mb or thereabouts TAXONOMY warning:This is from 1983,remember!!
  10. Adam's Cambrian

    A rangeomorph holdfast trace fossil from the Ediacara formation, Rawnsley quartzite of the Flinders Range, South Australia. This specimen is Medusina mawsoni, so called because it was until recently thought to be a jellyfish, but is now believed to be the attachment point of a fractal rangeomorph as Charniodiscus is the point of anchorage for Charnia sp. This one may have been the holdfast point for some species of Rangea. The diameter of the outer circle is 1.5 cm and the fossil is estimated to be 555 million years old.
  11. Lit.: ZBYNĚK ROČEK (2016): “Lost” and rediscovered: Holotype of Palaeobatrachus diluvianus (GOLDFUSS, 1831). – Fossil Imprint, 72(1-2): 45–52, Praha. ISSN 2533-4050 (print), ISSN 2533-4069 (on-line). ZLATKO KVAČEK & HARALD WALTHER (2004): OLIGOCENE FLORA OF BECHLEJOVICE AT DĚČÍN FROM THE NEOVOLCANIC AREAOF THE ČESKÉ STŘEDOHOŘÍ MOUNTAINS, CZECH REPUBLIC. Acta Musei Nationalis Pragae, Series B, Natural History, 60 (1–2): 9–60. Špinar, Z. V. (1962): Zpráva o výzkumu fosilní fauny na lokalitě Bechlejovice u Děčína v roce 1961. – Zpr. geol. Výzk. v R. 1961: 168. Špinar, Z. V. (1963): Der vorläufige Bericht über einige Ergebnisse des Studiums von Fröschen der Familie Palaeobatrachidae. Cope, 1889. – Věst. Ústř. Úst. geol., 38: 201–204. Špinar, Z. V. (1966): Some further results of the study of Tertiary frogs in Czechoslovakia. – Čas. Miner. Geol., 11: 431–440. Špinar, Z. V. (1967a): Neue Kenntnisse über den stratigraphischen Bereich der Familie Palaeobatrachidae Cope, 1865. – Věst. Ústř. Úst. geol., 42: 217–218. Špinar, Z. V. (1972b): Tertiary frogs from Central Europe. – Academia, Praha, 286 pp.
  12. Palaeobatrachus diluvianus GOLDFUSS, 1831

    From the album Vertebrates

    Palaeobatrachus diluvianus GOLDFUSS, 1831 Early Oligocene Bechlojovice Czech Republic Length 7cm / 3"
  13. Cretaceous Of Germany & Bohemia

    About the fossils of the Upper Cretaceous of the Saxonian/Bohemian Cretaceous Basins (German & Czech Republic). Picture: fluvial (albian/lower cenomanian) and marine sediments (upper cenomanian - lower coniacian) in the Saxonian Cretaceous Basin. The Czech part is incomplete on this map. in german:www.kreidefossilien.de english version (rudimentary): www.kreidefossilien.de/en/ Markus
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