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Found 10 results

  1. Paper request

    Does anyone have a copy of this Japanese paper? M. Murata. 1969. Molluscan fauna of the Toyoma Formation (Late Permian). Saito Ho-on Kai Museum of Natural History Research Bulletin 38:1-22 http://fossilworks.org/?a=taxonInfo&taxon_no=194381 I am trying to identify a Euphemitopsis gastropod. I need any photos and descriptions of Euphemitopsis kitakamiensis. Thanks for you help, John @David in Japan
  2. I'm looking for the following paper: Q. Liu, H.L. Luo, L.Z. Chen and S.-X. Hu. 2006. Panlongia, a new trilobitomorph genus from the Lower Cambrian, Kunming, Yunnan. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica 45:384-392 My university has access to a lot of journals, but not Acta Palaeontologica Sinica unfortunately. If anyone has a copy or can point me in the right direction, it'd be much appreciated.
  3. Hello everyone, I know this may be a stretch, but I remember a thread on here that contained a paper or poster on Megalodon pathology. It’s basic claim was that there was a correlation with tooth size and rate of pathology. I’d like to read it again, but I can’t seem to find it. I was wondering if anyone else could remember it or find it. Thanks!
  4. Seeking a text

    Hello all, Putting this one out to the masses before I break down and order a copy from the state. Does anyone have a copy of the Fourth Annual Report of the Geological Survey of the Third District from the New York State Geological Survey, 1840, Annual Report no. 4, more specifically, [p. 355-383]? In particular I am looking for Vanuxem's writings about the Schoharie fm. Truth be told, I will take any information about the Schoharie that I can get. I don't know if I am just bad at research, but the information seems sparse on this one. Lol, this is such an incredible long shot, but I figured you guys have surprised me with weirder requests in the past
  5. Does anyone have a copy of this paper. I am trying to obtain a copy for a presentation I will be giving. Molluscan biostratigraphy of the lower River Bend Formation at the Martin Marietta quarry, New Bern, North Carolina T. J. Rossbach, J. G. Carter
  6. Academia.edu?

    Question for the room. I didn't know where to put this, so I posted it here. Does anyone on here have access to Academia.edu, or to any other solid sources of searching published academic papers? I keep getting notifications that I have been cited in a few highly cited papers, particularly ones pertaining to paleoceanography—which if anything I ever did was to ever be cited—would probably be pertinent to that. There is a far more knowledgeable Jay C. Wollin in the field, but I don't think he does much with marine fossils. I'm just curious to know if any of these citations could be related to me rather than him. (Not entirely likely, but I admit, the constant notifications have me intrigued.) Thanks, everyone!
  7. I see a large number of posts where the poster asks for id help with a fish vertebra. Most times a lot of information is given, but unfortunately not all of it is correct. There are bits and pieces of fish vertebrae id information in a number of books, papers, articles, websites etc. but nothing that I’ve seen that I would consider to be comprehensive. The below paper is a rather obscure one but which I’ve found extremely helpful with the id of extant shark vertebrae which also helps with the fossil ones: A Guide to Identifying Shark Centra from Southeastern Archaeological Sites Kozuch and Fitzgerald 1989 https://www.academia.edu/5653950/A_Guide_to_Identifying_Shark_Centra_from_Southeastern_Archaeological_Sites_Kozuch_and_Fitzgerald_1989?auto=download I have thousands of shark, ray, sawfish, and bony fish vertebrae but unfortunately I just don’t have the time to take pictures of them. I see all kinds of generalizations about the differences between these types of vertebrae that get included in fish vertebra id post replies that are just not universally true based upon my personal readings and collection. Below are a few generalizations from the above paper: If you are aware of other papers, articles, websites etc. that would help TFF members better understand these vertebrae could you please add links to them in replies to this post? Marco Sr.
  8. Castoroides

    http://www.researchgate.net/publication/268035498_Taxonomy_of_the_Pleistocene_giant_beaver_Castoroides_(Rodentia_Castoridae)_from_the_southeastern_United_States
  9. Does anyone know of any papers that refer to the species Morocconites malloides? More specifically I am interested to know what formation it comes from in Morocco. I read the paper by Edgecombe: Edgecombe, G.D. (1991). Morocconites Struve, 1989, a Devonian Acastine Trilobite (Calmoniidae: Acastinae). American Museum Novitates, Number 2998 ...but it does not go into detail as to the layer in which they are found. Thanks for the help! Dave
  10. Hi everyone, I would like to shear my blog on micropalaeontology with you, and I hope you find it helpful. It is my honour to receive and shear your opinion in micropaleontology. The blog needs time to be completed, and I am ready to know your suggestions about it. Link: Micropalaeontology Blog Regards, Majed
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