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Found 299 results

  1. Upper Campanian Foraminifera

    Upper Campanian foraminifera from Northern Germany. We found in the quarry of Laegerdorf near Hamburg. We think it is a Lituola. What's your opinion ? It is agglutinated and the specimens have such areal, multiple openings. See more of our finds at https://foraminifera.eu/loc.php?locality=Laegerdorf+Neue+Heidestrasse
  2. let.12391.pdf Unique near isometric ontogeny in the pterosaur Rhamphorhynchus suggests hatchlings could fly DAVID W. E. HONE , JOHN M. RATCLIFFE, DANIEL K. RISKIN, JOHN W. HERMANSON AND ROBERT R. REISZ lethaia,ahead-of print/2020 taxonomy:following Bennett(1995)* *or: all Solnhofen R. are R.Muensteri edited by user,17.23h ,European time:minor correction in Hone's name
  3. From the album fish

    Amblypterus macropterus Permian Odernheim Germany
  4. Hello Fossil Folks, I am considering bidding on the below Branchiosaurus (Apateon pedestris) specimen. Description says it is from the Permian Period (c. 290.1–283.5 Ma)—recovered in Germany. What is your take on the (1) authenticity and (2) prep work? If you have seen similar specimens, how does this one compare in terms of overall quality? Thanks, Robert
  5. Joyce, W.G. and Mäuser, M., 2020. New material of named fossil turtles from the Late Jurassic (late Kimmeridgian) of Wattendorf, Germany. Plos one, 15(6), p.e0233483.doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0233483 https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0233483 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/341884475_New_material_of_named_fossil_turtles_from_the_Late_Jurassic_late_Kimmeridgian_of_Wattendorf_Germany https://plos.figshare.com/articles/NKMB_Watt09_162_i_Tropidemys_seebachi_i_late_Kimmeridgian_of_Wattendorf_Germany_/12419039 PDF: https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article/file?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0233483&type=printable Fürsich, F.T., Mäuser, M., Schneider, S. and Werner, W., 2007. The Wattendorf Plattenkalk (Upper Kimmeridgian)–a new conservation lagerstätte from the northern Franconian Alb, southern Germany. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie-Abhandlungen, 245(1), pp.45-58. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/249518036_The_Wattendorf_Plattenkalk_Upper_Kimmeridgian_-_a_new_conservation_lagerstatte_from_the_northern_Franconian_Alb_southern_Germany Chellouche, P., Fürsich, F.T. and Mäuser, M., 2012. Taphonomy of neopterygian fishes from the Upper Kimmeridgian Wattendorf Plattenkalk of Southern Germany. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments, 92(1), pp.99-117. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/257920454_Taphonomy_of_neopterygian_fishes_from_the_Upper_Kimmeridgian_Wattendorf_Plattenkalk_of_Southern_Germany Yours, Paul H.
  6. Belemnite ID request

    Here is another item from my unidentified drawer I'm hoping someone will be able to put a name on. Thanks.
  7. A Bone (?) from the Miocene

    I found this today at my local shark tooth site in the Miocene Burdigalian. It's a rather unique find for this site if I'm correct in thinking that this is really a bone fragment. It's not all that well preserved, so if it is one, it's probably not easy to identify, but I thought I'd give it a try here anyway. It's 3cm. long. Anybody have an idea?
  8. diplobelid taphonomy and ethology

    Predatory behaviour and taphonomy of a Jurassic belemnoid coleoid (Diplobelida, Cephalopoda) Dominique Jenny, Dirk Fuchs, Alexander I. Arkhipkin, Rolf B. Hauff, Barbara Fritschi & Christian Klug 1 pdf.pdf Nature,Scientific reports,9-2019
  9. paleozoic malacology

    DBNA Middle and Upper Devonian Cryptodonta (Bivalvia)from the Pelagic Hercynian Facies -Taxonomy, Stratigraphy, and Paleoecology Judith Nagel Inaugural dissertation,2006 ABOUT 5,8 MB the research areas on a Devonian geodynamic reconstruction :
  10. Interesting coprolite

    Hi guys, I normally collect only bones but in the layers where I collect them, coprolites are also often abundant. But mostly they are not very well preserved so I don't take them with me. This one is the best one I found so far and I wonder if it might be possible to find out which animal "produced" it It comes from the so called "Grenzbonebed", which is a triassic layer between Muschelkalk and Keuper. Its approximately 4 cm long. It would be great if someone can help here. Maybe @GeschWhat? My personal guess would be that it comes from a fish (maybe shark)... Thanks and stay healthy!
  11. PHYLUM SWITCH!!!a reassigment/revision

    SPONFLORA From animal to plant kingdom: the alleged sponge Siphonia bovista Geinitz from the Cretaceous of Saxony (Germany) in fact represents internal moulds of the cone-like plant fossil Dammarites albens Presl in Sternberg Birgit Niebuhr Bulletin of Geosciences 94(2), 221–234 (7 figures, 3 tables). size:about 14 Mb
  12. Brachiopods from Germany ID

    it's my 4 days of quarantine and i thought it was time to put a label on few unknow brachiopods bags:) I received these in two bags as a gift with a very strange label inside ,it could be a mix from various sites,i try to make few "Familly"of species,there was also three othe fossils inside a bag.perhaps somebody could help?
  13. Very small ammonite

    Hello all I was wondering if any of you could identify this very tiny (1mm) ammonite sitting on top of some Dactylioceras athleticum from the Jurassic of Schlaifhausen, Germany. Can this be a juvenile stage of the same species? I know nothing about the different lifestages of ammonites. Looking forward to your answers. Edit: does someone knows the size of the smallest ammonite recorded?
  14. Aloha, I went to the museum yesterday. The Museum König is our big zoological Museum in Bonn, and at the moment it houses a special exhibition about Dinosaurs and the biology of gigantism. ("Groß, Größer, Dinosaurier") I got the friendly permission to upload the fotos as long as no people are in view. The Fotos I took may not be the best because I was busy entertaining a friends five year old then, but they may give you an impression of what to expect. I really liked the exhibits (real and replica) and will surely be back there to take more fotos and read the screens on a quieter day. The Exhibition is here till the 21.06.2020. Best Regards, J
  15. Today I was invited to show off some of my fossils at my moms and aunts work, a long term care home, where one of the residents there wanted to see some of my fossils and minerals and talk. He is a retired rocket scientist from Germany he moved to Canada after World War Two where in Germany he was a famous rocket scientist. He was very impressed when seeing part of my collection even though he didn’t know much about fossils or minerals he was amazed by them and wanted me to come visit him again. Just wanted to share this
  16. Branchiosaur - Is the ID Correct?

    Hi all, Been eyeing up this item online. Advertised as species Apateon pedestris. I thought it would be best to ask for some opinions before dropping money. I think it looks pretty nice, and at a good price. I like that it doesn't have the preservative applied to mimic skin impressions (like the majority do) but I wonder if the ID is accurate (or if it's even legit.) I'd love to add more amphibian material to the collection and I think this might be a good choice. Thoughts?
  17. Sauropterygia bones

    From the album Triassic vertebrate fossils

    A 13 cm long stone with three nothosaur vertebrae and another unidentified small bone piece from a triassic "Bonebed" in a quarry in southern Germany (Baden-Württemberg). The verts are very small, especially the one beside the bone fragment. The bigger ones are about 2 cm long. Detailed pictures:
  18. Nothosaur tooth

    From the album Triassic vertebrate fossils

    A nicely preserved 3 cm long Nothosaur tooth from a triassic "Bonebed" from a quarry in southern Germany (Baden-Württemberg).
  19. Hello fossil friends in Germany- A few months ago I started planning a History of Paleontology class/trip which will include the Solnhofen area. Before Christmas, the Eichstatt Wiilibaldburg Castle museum was closed. Now I do not see anything on the web site, which is all auf Deutsch about it being closed. Is it actually re-opened? Thanks jpc
  20. Sauropterygia bones

    From the album Triassic vertebrate fossils

    A 20 cm long stone with a couple of bones from a triassic "Bonebed" in a quarry in southern Germany (Baden-Württemberg). On the plate are two vertebrae, one rib and two unidentified bones. The quality of the bones is partly not good (especially the vert in the middle is bad preserved). The prep was not too difficult but it took quite a long time to finish it. Some more pictures:
  21. Hybodus fin spine

    From the album Triassic vertebrate fossils

    This is a 12 cm long Hybodus fin spine from a triassic "Bonebed" in a quarry in southern Germany (Baden-Württemberg). Its until now my best preserved fin spine from there. Some more pictures:
  22. hogstromhrsloegstroembrigsshunsrucklagerstincsedismachaeridiadevoniarsl1981.full.pdf A pyritized lepidocoleid machaeridian (Annelida)from the Lower Devonian Hunsruck Slate, Germany Anette E. S. Hogstrom, Derek E. G. Briggs, and Christoph Bartels Proc. R. Soc. B (2009) 276, 1981–1986 doi:10.1098/rspb.2008.1875
  23. I am considering buying a floating crinoid fossil, and the seller claims they’re “rare.” Is this true or is he just trying to make a sale?
  24. german trilobites(dreilapper)

    wint Trilobiten aus dem Grenzbereich Emsium/Eifelium (Devon) im Raum Winterberg/Züschen (östliches Sauerland) Stephan Helling & Lothar Schöllmann Geologie und Paläontologie in Westfalen 90: 25-65 slightly more than 24 MB
  25. Ammonite from Germany

    Hello. This is ammonite what I have. It from Germany from Upper Jurassic. I do not know the detailed place name. What's this scientific name?
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