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Hey everyone, I'm currently working on my specimen cards for my MKFE Nº2. Could you tell me if there's any point that's missing? Informal name: ____________________________________________ Taxonomy: _______________________________________________ Genus and species: ________________________________________ Part of the organism: ________________________________________ Author citation: ____________________________________________ Geological age: ____________________________________________ Lithology: _________________________________________________ Stratigraphy: ______________________________________________ Measurements: ____________________________________________ Collector: _________________________________________________ Collection date: ____________________________________________ Collection site: _____________________________________________ Collection method(s): _______________________________________ Preparation method(s): ______________________________________ Worth donation: YES NO MAYBE Worth Danekræ: YES NO MAYBE Supplementary notes: _______________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ If you're puzzled by the term "danekræ" above, it's just a word that is used to represent objects of natural history that are of national importance to Danemark and belong to the State. Thanks for the help Christian
Hi All, Like many of you, no doubt, I like to keep detailed records of where all my fossils are from. One thing I'm not sure of, though, is in what order stratigraphic data should be written. Do you move from the largest units (groups) to the smaller ones (beds and horizons), or visa versa? And whereabouts should geographical information be placed, not to mention periods, dates, etc. I'd be surprised if there isn't a convection about these sort of things. Can anyone tell me what it is?