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Almost Human posted a topic in Partners in Paleontology - Member Contributions to ScienceArchaeohippus mannulus, sp. nov. Monroecreekian/Harrisonian terrestrial claystone Arikareean, late Oligocene/early Miocene Pinellas County, Florida On permanent display at the Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, Fl. I discovered this particular specimen back in 95 while collecting fossils in a shallow creek. Initially thought to be a new species of Miohippus, it was sent to the Museum Of Natural History in Gainesville Fl. for further studies. In 2003 it was determined to be a new species of Archaeohippus rather than Miohippus.
Last month i visited many fossil museums "in my area". The weather was too bad to collect myself and as you may know the quarry Kromer is closed during winter So i will show you some pictures of the fossils in the Museum of natural history in Basel (Switzerland) ... There you are also other nice exhibits besides of the fossils ! Its a great and detailed museum ! Doesnt look bad or ? When i saw this i got homesickness A great fish (Dapedium) from Holzmaden: Huge Invertebrates collection: