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Last weekend I had the chance to go to deep spring rd for the first time. It was very ambitious but since @Scylla was going I figured I would just go for it! It was really snowy I’m really excited to be able to study this site further once the site thaws. I saw the literature said the rock exposed shows a clear coarsening up sequence and the fauna changes as well. I really can’t wait to catologue my finds from here! regardless of the weather I still found some goodies. I did find a greenops with the tail tucked underneath. Almost a full prone. I was a fan of the associated fauna here. The cephalopods and bivalves are really nice. I didn’t take home a lot but I liked what I took This greenops can pop up of the chunk of shale seen in the photo but I have it in place. The tail is tucked under attached to the counterpart. Kinda cool to see the potential for this site! This cephalopod was pretty cool. Im not 100% sure if this is a worm burrow or predation marks? Most likely worm burrow? I’m not sure how predation marks would preserve this seems like an internal mold so I’m leaning to the burrow thought. Anyone know for sure? I liked this bivalve a lot! I forgot the name but I will soon have it locked down. I think I’ll be finding many of these this year! It was fun meeting up with gus a fellow forum member. The conditions were kinda hardcore but I can’t complain I still had a blast.
untilOn Saterday March 9th 2019, the yearly international fossil show of Paleontica-Fossiel.net, the Paleobiologische Kring and the Werkgroep Fossielen Wageningen will be held again: the PaleoTime-NL International Fossil Show. At this show, fossils can be exchanged, sold and bought, there is also an identification stand by the Paleobiologische Kring and a varied program of lectures (in Dutch). This show is the largest paleontological event of the Netherlands! A gathering of fossil-enthusiasts. Entrance to this event is completely free! All the costs of this fossil show are completely covered by donations. For information for exhibitors, see our Exhibitor Information page. After 4 beautiful years at the ROVC in the town of Ede, PaleoTime-NL 2019 will take place at a new, larger and better location, at the Bouw & Infra Park in the city of Harderwijk. website: www.paleotime.nl/en location: Bouw & Infra Park, Ceintuurbaan 2, 3847 LG, Harderwijk, The Netherlands opening hours: 10:30 to 16:30 h No entrance fee for visitors. A voluntary donation is much appreciated
-Andy- posted a topic in General Fossil Discussion2012 Gathering 2013 Gathering 2014 Gathering 2015 Gathering 2016 Gathering 2017 Mid-Year Gathering Hi everyone, and Happy New Year! Singapore Fossils Collectors just had our end year gathering at a new location! As usual, there was food, there was laughter, there was trade, and there were so many fossils! Feast your eyes upon Calvin's personal museum collection. -------------------------- First up, a genuine Dimetrodon from USA. There are some restorations to the skull and bone, but the vast majority is original material. A high-quality Ichthyosaurus cast Stegodon tusk, various shark jaws, whale vert, mammal bones etc. The tiger skull is a cast, thankfully Plesiosaur skull from Goulmima Various amazing material. An authentic baby Psittacosaurus. Ammolite with mosasaur bites. Xiphactinus jaw. Pliosaur tooth etc.