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Found 5 results

  1. Hi all! Last year we visited the spanish dinosaurs and other biota exhibition at the Museum of Science. All the fossils displayed where found in Valencia area (Spain) and belong to Late Jurassic and Cretaceous (mainly Barremian age). Spain has yielded a very large lower cretaceous dinosaur fauna very similar to those of the UK. Enjoy...
  2. A few new Cretaceous fossils in my collection

    Hey everyone Last week I went to a small mineral/fossil market/exhibition near Lille (northern France). The thing lasted the whole weekend (29th and 30th September) - I managed to get to it just a few hours before it closed. There wasn't much diversity in terms of fossils, but I did spot some rather neat stuff - including some cool vertebrate specimens Cephalic 'armour' of a small placoderm (don't really remember from where, tho... ) Well-preserved eurypterid from the Silurian of Ukraine Little array of dinosaur teeth from the Cretaceous of USA (I think the seller mentioned that they were from the Hell Creek Fm.) More dinosaur (and 1 pterosaur, bottom-left corner) teeth; including 2 Bothriospondylus teeth from Madagascar.. I'd have loved to buy them Well-preserved Keichousaurus from the Triassic of Guizhou province (China). I didn't only 'gawk' at the fossils, I also bought a few little things : 2 small ?Lepisosteus fish teeth from the Cenomanian (Cretaceous) of Cap Blanc Nez (coast of northern France) I'm rather pleased I bought this one... Associated cranial remains of a small frog (?Ranidae) from the Maastrichtian (Late Cretaceous) of the Hell Creek Formation (Montana, USA). Seller told me that stuff is fairly uncommon.. Well, that's it Hope you enjoyed this -Christian EDIT: The last item (thanks for pointing this out, @jdp!) is actually a Doleserpeton skull from the Permian of Oklahoma... not a Hell Creek Fm. frog skull -Apologies for any confusion
  3. Dear All, I would like to visit some Fossil shows/fairs together with my son in Europe. I’m from the Netherlands so unfortunately we have to cross the border for these. Through these shows I would like to get more knowledge on fossils and eventually buy some nice items. Any recommendations on which one(s) to visit? For example; Kölner Edelsteintage Cologne is upcoming in September. Any experiences on this show? Thank you, Marc
  4. Show off your favourite finds!

    There are many fossils to find out there in the big world we live in, and beyond. Finding some of them ourselves, we have probably amassed quite sizeable collections over the years. The question of the day; Which of your finds holds a special place in your heart? For me so far, that would be my Small but proud Aphelaspis Brachyphasis trilo. My first trilo, as well as my first find very close to where I live, This little guy is also probably the very best of the Conasauga trilos I have had the pleasure of collecting. Pics; Thumb comparison: Positive: Negative:
  5. I've seen a couple of mentions of the show on the forum but no one has provided a report on it before now. I attended both days. It had been a couple of years since I had been able to go to this show, having gone to maybe 3-4 of them in the past ten years - whenever I happened to be in the area on business. The show is hosted by the Tampa Bay Fossil Club and a number of club members work hard each time to set it up, run it smoothly, and take it down. Every time I have gone to that show, I have found interesting specimens and at least one book. This year, I bought a 4-tooth jaw section and an upper molar of Perchoerus (early peccary) - rare finds in the Oligocene Badlands of the north-central U.S. I also picked up a complete Late Eocene titanothere astragulus. It was only $1.50 and the dealer knew what it was. I found some other very inexpensive specimens I can use for fossil kits. For a friend I bought a plant fossil from near Kingwood, West Virginia. It appears to be a multi-leafed branch section labelled as Devonian in age but it looks more like a plant from around "Mazon Creek time," Pennsylvanian (Late Carboniferous). I saw another plant fossil from the same site that looked like one of the Mazon Creek ferns. In addition to a few of the dealers offering a variety of paleo-related books (used but in nice condition and far below retail), the club also covered a table with some recently-published titles available. I chose "Field Adventures on Paleontology" (2003, Fossil News, suggested retail $23.50) by Lynne M. Clos. I had already been thinking of buying it from amazon but it was only $20 at the show and amazon wanted $30 at my last check of the site. I couldn't pass that up. I plan to post a review on the forum after getting to reading it. At his table, Frank Garcia had a new book for sale about his collecting life in Nebraska. I saw Mark and Karen Havenstein (Lowcountry Geologic) and a couple of other Tucson dealers. Mark and Karen gave me a great deal on a few sand dollars. They seemed to be having a good show. I saw that Megateeth was set up at the show but when I went over to say hello, he wasn't there. Mosaic, a company that owns at least one of the phosphate mines in central Florida, ran a "sand box" for kids in which fossils could be found. I thought that was a nice gesture. Various club members set up display cases with great specimens from their collections. I noticed that Frank Garcia's case had several photos as background and one of them showed the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Woehr. I think it was the same photo as one from a summer month report by danwoehr last year. As always, I had a good time at the show. Jess
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