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  1. Lodève

    Hi, i'd like to show you pieces i brang back from the Permian of Lodève, South of France. I believe those are Lebachiae, but i'd like to know if you agree. Thanks, Sophie.
  2. During the summer i found time to empty a bit crates from the recent trilo hunts. Here come some of those recent prep. The samples come from 2 different sites which are only a few kilometers away one from the other. More or less orange ones from one place, black ones from the other. To start with, the emblematic Neseuretus tristani, most common trilos in our area. Those are second grade samples, but still, here they are :
  3. Uralichas sp cephalon

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - a few summer prep

    Uralichas sp cephalon a trilobite from the ordovician shale of La Dominelais (Brittany / France)
  4. Neseuretus tristani - 3

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - a few summer prep

    Neseuretus tristani, a trilobite from the Ordovician shale of La Dominelais ( South of Rennes / Britanny / France)
  5. Neseuretus tristani - 2

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - a few summer prep

    Neseuretus tristani, a trilobite from the Ordovician shale of La Dominelais ( South of Rennes / Britanny / France)
  6. Neseuretus tristani - 1

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - a few summer prep

    Neseuretus tristani, a trilobite from the Ordovician shale of la Noe Blanche ( South of Rennes / Britanny / France)
  7. Colpocoryphe rouaulti - 2

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - a few summer prep

    Colpocoryphe rouaulti a trilobite from the Ordovician shale of la Noe Blanche ( South of Rennes / Britanny / France)
  8. Indet trilobite

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - a few summer prep

    Indet trilobite from the Ordovician shale of La Dominelais ( South of Rennes / Britanny / France) (Prolly colpocoryphe or salterocoryphe sp)
  9. Eodalmanitina sp - 2

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - a few summer prep

    Eodalmanitina sp, a trilobite from the Ordovician shale of La Dominelais ( South of Rennes / Britanny / France)
  10. Ectillaenus giganteus - 4

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - a few summer prep

    Rolled up Ectillaenus giganteus, a trilobite from the Ordovician shale of la Noe Blanche ( South of Rennes / Britanny / France)
  11. Eodalmanitina sp - 1

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - a few summer prep

    Eodalmanitina sp, a trilobite from the Ordovician shale of La Dominelais ( South of Rennes / Britanny / France)
  12. Ectillaenus giganteus - 3

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - a few summer prep

    Ectillaenus giganteus, a trilobite from the Ordovician shale of La Dominelais ( South of Rennes / Britanny / France)
  13. Ectillaenus giganteus - 2

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - a few summer prep

    Ectillaenus giganteus, a trilobite from the Ordovician shale of La Dominelais ( South of Rennes / Britanny / France)
  14. Ectillaenus giganteus - 1

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - a few summer prep

    Ectillaenus giganteus, a trilobite from the Ordovician shale of La Dominelais ( South of Rennes / Britanny / France)
  15. Colpocoryphe rouaulti - 1

    From the album La Dominelais / La Noe Blanche - a few summer prep

    Colpocoryphe rouaulti a rolled up trilobite from the Ordovician shale of la Noe Blanche ( South of Rennes / Britanny / France)
  16. Cornwall and south Devon 'originally part of mainland Europe' Study reveals Britain acquired regions when struck by land bearing what is now France, Ima Sample, The Guardian https://www.theguardian.com/science/2018/sep/14/cornwall-and-south-devon-originally-belonged-to-europe The open access paper is: Arjan H. Dijkstra, and Callum Hatch, 2018, Mapping a hidden terrane boundary in the mantle lithosphere with lamprophyres Nature Communications. 9, Article number: 3770 https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-06253-7 Yours, Paul H.
  17. Dapalis minutus (Blainville, 1818)

    Lit.: Gaudant, J., et al., The uppermost Oligocene of Aix-en-Provence (Bouches-du-Rhône, Southern France): A Cenozoic brackish subtropical Konservat-Lagerstätte, with fishes, insects and plants. C. R. Palevol (2017), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.crpv.2017.08.002
  18. Old name: Protriton petrolei.
  19. Clermont l'Hérault

    Hi everybody, today is a sunny day here and all the past week was sunny. I was in holidays on the boarders of the lake Salagou, which means in occitan (spoken in the south of France) salted taste. This lake is artificial and represent a good reserve of water for the cultures and for the fight against fires. It's soil is from the Permian and composed of red ruffes : clays very rich in oxides of iron.
  20. Dapalis minutus BLAINVILLE, 1818

    From the album Vertebrates

    Dapalis minutus BLAINVILLE, 1818 Oligocene Cereste France
  21. Before These Parasitic Wasps Finished Devouring Live Flies, They Became Fossils. In fly pupae that turned to stone, scientists found evidence that wasps have been infesting other insects for tens of millions of years. By Nicholas St. Fleur, Aug. 28, 2018 https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/28/science/wasps-parasites-fossils.html Digitally Resurrected: Parasitic Wasp Xenomorphia resurrecta Deposits An Egg in a Fly Pupa (IMAGE) https://www.eurekalert.org/multimedia/pub/179216.php The paper is: Thomas van de Kamp, Achim H. Schwermann, Tomy dos Santos Rolo, Philipp D. Lösel, Thomas Engler, Walter Etter, Tomáš Faragó, Jörg Göttlicher, Vincent Heuveline, Andreas Kopmann, Bastian Mähler, Thomas Mörs, Janes Odar, Jes Rust, Nicholas Tan Jerome, Matthias Vogelgesang, Tilo Baumbach and Lars Krogmann, 2018, Parasitoid biology preserved in mineralized fossils. Nature Communications 9, Article number: 3325. Article | Open | Published: 28 August 2018 https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-05654-y Yours, Paul H.
  22. Hi, all Here s a few pictures of my trilobites collection. All are self collected. They all were collectd south of rennes in britanny / France. The 2 most abundant species are Neseuretus Tristani and Ectillaenus Giganteus . There s also quite a few Eodalmanitina and Colpocoryphe rouaulti + a few other (mostly partial) species. I also added a last photo with a very fresh find (last tuesay) , very very cool association : Ectillaenus Giganteus and Eodalmantina sp (with complete caudal spine)
  23. Eggshell ID Pyroraptor?

    Eggshell experts out there, came across this fragment said to be Pyroraptor South of France. This is the only picture provided...is it rare and is it Pyroraptor?
  24. Hi all, For my birthday (some days ago, the 16th) I got a fantastic fossil fish from my sister! Behold, a Dapalis macrurus from the location Céreste (France). It’s from the Rupelian stage of the Oligocene (30 my). Now I was just wondering if anyone knew which formation this fish comes from? I’d love to have that info! Best regards, Max
  25. Could only upload one image within the max upload. I have many many photo's from different angles but not sure how to upload. The tongue appears to be encrusted in a approx 1-2mm thick crytalised substance, with areas breaking off and revealing the white. There is a larger clear crystal at the tip of the 'tongue'. There is also a spherical object, perhaps an eye, adjacent the tongue. Look forward to your responses. Best, Ron
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