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  1. Day Three ; Locality One (Or Eight if you include Days One and Two) Ait Benhaddou, Morocco. 21st February 2019 We spent the second night in Ouarzazate, where the biggest film studios in Africa can be found and many famous films have been shot. In the morning we went briefly to the Atlas Studios where Anouar took some photos of the exterior for his blog, but non of us actually wanted to go in, so we headed for the kasbah of Ait Benhaddou. The road going south from Ouarzazate, at Ait Saoun, just before one reaches Agdz is a fossilized and genuine stromatolite reef, but it was out of our way on this occasion, so that's one for another day, but here's a photo courtesy of the Universities Space Research Program who test out Moon Buggies, Mars Rovers and stuff there. Just before we reached Ait Benhaddou, we stopped off at a viewpoint, I wanted to look at the rocks and hillside as fossils can be found in this area. I can't remember what they were as i didn't find any, but one of the hills next to the kasbah is quite famous, so i'm told. You can see the kasbah in the distance here and i think the hill just to the right of it is the fossil location. Hunting around, I did find lots of pieces of what I think is a porphyritic gabbro. Nice phenocrysts!
  2. Ectillaenus giganteus 2

    From the album La dominelais - feb 2016

    Ectillaenus giganteus : a trilobite found at La Dominelais on fev 2016 Ordovician, Landeilian (-460 MA)
  3. Ectillaenus giganteus 1 - partial

    From the album La dominelais - feb 2016

    Partial Ectillaenus giganteus : a trilobite found at La Dominelais on fev 2016 Ordovician, Landeilian (-460 MA)
  4. Hi there. At the end of february 2016, the local club which i belong to had a shot at a trilobite site. We were granted the authorization to spend the day at a landfilling site south of Rennes. We were allowed to scout for the rock piles they take from the ground to dig the alcoves were the trash is buried. Those are indeed a bit off the burying place itself. Gathering point was at the reception of the site. Once all there we drove to the back of the site, close to the shale piles. Here's how the place looks like from the top of the piles (excuse the poor quality of the picture, only had my phone) The site is ordovician (Llandeilian) After some time spent to an older shale pile with not much luck, it was partially covered with grass. We headed to a pile that wasnt there last year : fresh pile with fresh rocks and fresh trilos. Lots of trilo parts were lying on the ground : mostly Ectiallaneus (specially cephalons and pygidia) and Neuseretus species. Here's a few In situ pictures : a little bit of "find the trilo - bit" instead of the usual "spot the shark tooth" ! Everyone present more or less found complete or nearly complete pieces. So at the end of the afternoon we left the spot exhausted but happy. Looking forward to go again next year. That's all for tonight, i will post the results of the hunt once the definitive set of photos is taken
  5. Ectillaenus giganteus - partial - 2

    From the album La Dominelais - June 2015

    Ectillaenus giganteus, a trilobite from La Dominelais (France) - Ordovician Landeilian (-460 MA)
  6. Ectillaenus giganteus - partial - 1

    From the album La Dominelais - June 2015

    Ectillaenus giganteus, a trilobite from La Dominelais (France) - Ordovician Landeilian (-460 MA)
  7. Ectillaenus giganteus ?

    From the album La Dominelais - June 2015

    A trilobite from La Dominelais (France) - Ordovician Landeilian (-460 MA)
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