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Found 16 results

  1. a reassignment of Palezoic foliage

    kringspaphleboidfolairlinneankirej.1095-8339.2007.00616.x.pdf Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 2007,153, 477–488. With 18 figures NEW GENUS FOR LATE PALAEOZOIC NONCALCAREOUS ALGAE M. KRINGS ET AL. Perissothallus, a new genus for Late Pennsylvanian–Early Permian noncalcareous algae conventionally assigned to Schizopteris(aphleboid foliage) MICHAEL KRINGS, SHARON D. KLAVINS, MANFRED BARTHEL,SUNIA LAUSBERG, RUDOLPH SERBET, THOMAS N. TAYLOR and EDITH L. TAYLOR 0,943 MB
  2. Paramblypterus duvernoyi Agassiz, 1833

    Die palaeoniscid Fisch des Rheinland - Pfalz Rotliegend / Perm Sind Die häufigsten Funde next to branchiosaurians und Apateon. Vor Ort war also verschiedene types, stirbt nur von Experten ohne Zweifel festgestellt Werden Können und sicher - weitere Literatur: - www.permfossil.de - leider nur in deutscher Sprache, - - Biologische Aspekte Eines interessanter fossile Fische: Paramblypterus duvernoyi (Amblypteridae, Strahlenflosser Kathrin Dietze) Autoren - der Schädel und Schultergürtel von Paramblypterus gelberti (Actinopterygii) und seine Beziehung mit der paramblypteriformes und redfieldiiformes Autoren Autoren und Zugehörigkeiten Jürgen Gad - Heyler , 1980 *********************************************************************************** The palaeoniscid fish of the Rhineland - Palatinate Rotliegend / Perm are the most common finds next to branchiosaurians and Apateon. On site was therefore different types, dies only by experts undoubtedly be determined and safe - more literature: - www.permfossil.de - unfortunately only in german language, - - Biological aspects of an interesting fossil fish: Paramblypterus duvernoyi (Amblypteridae, ray-finned Kathrin Dietze) authors - the skull and shoulder girdle of Paramblypterus gelberti (Actinopterygii) and his relationship with the paramblypteriformes and redfieldiiformes Authors Authors and affiliations Jürgen Gad - Heyler, 1980 Dietze, K., 2000. A Revision Of Paramblypterid And Amblypterid Actinopterygians From Upper Carboniferous-Lower Permian Lacustrine Deposits Of Central Europe. Palaeontology 43, 927-966.
  3. Here is a Melanerpeton humbergense. I acquired this lower Permian branchiosaurid recently from a well-known dealer in the Netherlands. I had been eyeing this specimen for some time and decided now would be a good time as ever to pull the trigger on it. Even with some bone missing it was a nice price for a nice creature that probably would have been about 12 centimeters long in life or close to it. Much of the fun of fossils for me is to find and read as much material on them as I can. The most prominent recent paper on Melanerpeton is TIMELESS DESIGN: COLORED PATTERN OF SKIN IN EARLY PERMIAN BRANCHIOSAURIDS (TEMNOSPONDYLI: DISSOROPHOIDEA) (Werneburg 2009) regarding a 19 cm long specimen of Melanerpton tenerum found at Börtewitz in Saxony. This paper describes a "spotted pattern of skin color" which feature patterned spots (gaps in the pigmentation?) of about 2 to 5 millimeters in width. The fossil I own has been identified by the seller as Melanerpeton humbergense and is from a completely different location, Odernheim in Pfalz. I am somewhat confident in those IDs of location and species. The stone closely resembles other branchiosaur specimens from Pfalz I have seen internet photos of. I can find no contra-indicatory features in my fossil to the rather detailed description of M. humbergense in THE INTRARELATIONSHIPS AND EVOLUTIONARY HISTORY OF THE TEMNOSPONDYL FAMILY BRANCHIOSAURIDAE (Schoch, Milner 2008). M. humbergense is a different species from a different location of a slightly different stratigraphy than M. tenerum. Still, there is color on the stone of my fossil that may suggest a possible pattern of open circles. I present this fossil to the forum for open consideration of this feature. I seek to avoid a confirmation bias and hope to get an understanding of what is there, whether that understanding is positive or negative. Hopefully there are some European collectors here who have seen many of these before in hand, and collectors familiar with the preparatory methods used. Per the seller, there has been no restoration. The fossil seems to show none of the protective surface coating often applied to branchiosaur specimens from other sellers. Factors that may be negative to a confirmation of patterned pigmentation to this specimen: M. tenerum and M. humbergense are different species from different locations from a different stratigraphic period. None of the possible 'patterned circles' seem to be evident on my fossil's tail, only a portion of the thorax, There is no counterpart impression to examine. Per Werneburg "Hundreds of branchiosaurid specimens are known from the vertebrate Lagerstaette Börtewitz, but only one is preserved with colored skin pattern. " This would suggest that finding a branchiosaurid with colored skin pattern would be very improbable. More photos will be posted after this initial photo. Thank you for looking, and I hope you enjoy this little bit of mystery as much as I do.
  4. Pic 1 Sclerocephalus häuseri, adult, Kalkbank aus den Geodenlagen der Jeckenbacher Bank , Location Rehborn, Raumbach, Länge 110 cm Pic 2 - 3 juvenile Stegocephalen aus dem mittleren Horizont - Klauswaldbank, Location Niedernhausen , Längen 15 cm, 25 cm Pic 3 - 6 juveniler Stegocephale aus dem Papierschiefer - Horizont des Humberg, Amphibienbank, Location Odernheim, Länge 25 cm Pic 7 - 10 Sclerocephalus häuseri, adult, Geodenlage der Jeckenbacher Bank, Location, Lettweiler, Länge 105 cm Lit.: Ludwig Ammon: Die permischen Amphibien der Rheinpfalz. Straub, München 1889. Werner Branco: Weissia bavarica g. n. sp. n., ein neuer Stegocephale aus dem unteren Rotliegenden. In: Jahrbuch der königlich-preussischen geologischen Landes-Anstalt und Bergakademie Berlin. 1887, S. 22–39. Ferdinand Broili: Über Sclerocephalus Häuseri Goldfuss. In: Sitzungsberichte der Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften. 1926, S. 199–222. Jürgen Boy: Über einige Vertreter der Eryopoidea (Amphibia: Temnospondyli) aus dem europäischen Rotliegend (? höchstes Karbon – Perm). 1. Sclerocephalus.In: Paläontologische Zeitschrift. 62, 1988, S. 107–132. Rainer Schoch, Florian Witzmann: Osteology and relationships of the temnospondyl Sclerocephalus. In: Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society London. 157, 2009, S. 135–168. - http://www.permfossil.de/geowissenschaftliche-beitraege
  5. Sclerocephalus (1).jpg

    From the album Sclerocephalus

    juvenile Sclerocephalus from Niedernhausen pic 1-4 pic 5 Scull from Sclerocephalus from Odernheim Klauswald Horizont pic 6-8 juveniler Sclerocephalus Amphibienbank , Papierschiefer, Humberg-Bank 25 cm long the big one is a replik from the original - the original is in the family , Jeckenbacher Bank Meisenheim Formation all speciman found in Rhineland-Pallatinate, Germany
  6. Sclerocephalus (1).jpg

    From the album Sclerocephalus

    juvenile Sclerocephalus from Niedernhausen pic 1-4 pic 5 Scull from Sclerocephalus from Odernheim Klauswald Horizont pic 6-8 juveniler Sclerocephalus Amphibienbank , Papierschiefer, Humberg-Bank 25 cm long the big one is a replik from the original - the original is in the family , Jeckenbacher Bank Meisenheim Formation all speciman found in Rhineland-Pallatinate, Germany
  7. Sclerocephalus (1).jpg

    From the album Sclerocephalus

    juvenile Sclerocephalus from Niedernhausen pic 1-4 pic 5 Scull from Sclerocephalus from Odernheim Klauswald Horizont pic 6-8 juveniler Sclerocephalus Amphibienbank , Papierschiefer, Humberg-Bank 25 cm long the big one is a replik from the original - the original is in the family , Jeckenbacher Bank Meisenheim Formation all speciman found in Rhineland-Pallatinate, Germany
  8. Sclerocephalus (1).jpg

    From the album Sclerocephalus

    juvenile Sclerocephalus from Niedernhausen pic 1-4 pic 5 Scull from Sclerocephalus from Odernheim Klauswald Horizont pic 6-8 juveniler Sclerocephalus Amphibienbank , Papierschiefer, Humberg-Bank 25 cm long the big one is a replik from the original - the original is in the family , Jeckenbacher Bank Meisenheim Formation all speciman found in Rhineland-Pallatinate, Germany
  9. Sclerocephalus (1).jpg

    From the album Sclerocephalus

    juvenile Sclerocephalus from Niedernhausen pic 1-4 pic 5 Scull from Sclerocephalus from Odernheim Klauswald Horizont pic 6-8 juveniler Sclerocephalus Amphibienbank , Papierschiefer, Humberg-Bank 25 cm long the big one is a replik from the original - the original is in the family , Jeckenbacher Bank Meisenheim Formation all speciman found in Rhineland-Pallatinate, Germany
  10. Sclerocephalus (1).jpg

    From the album Sclerocephalus

    juvenile Sclerocephalus from Niedernhausen pic 1-4 pic 5 Scull from Sclerocephalus from Odernheim Klauswald Horizont pic 6-8 juveniler Sclerocephalus Amphibienbank , Papierschiefer, Humberg-Bank 25 cm long the big one is a replik from the original - the original is in the family , Jeckenbacher Bank Meisenheim Formation all speciman found in Rhineland-Pallatinate, Germany
  11. Sclerocephalus (1).jpg

    From the album Sclerocephalus

    juvenile Sclerocephalus from Niedernhausen pic 1-4 pic 5 Scull from Sclerocephalus from Odernheim Klauswald Horizont pic 6-8 juveniler Sclerocephalus Amphibienbank , Papierschiefer, Humberg-Bank 25 cm long the big one is a replik from the original - the original is in the family , Jeckenbacher Bank Meisenheim Formation all speciman found in Rhineland-Pallatinate, Germany
  12. Sclerocephalus (1).jpg

    From the album Sclerocephalus

    juvenile Sclerocephalus from Niedernhausen pic 1-4 pic 5 Scull from Sclerocephalus from Odernheim Klauswald Horizont pic 6-8 juveniler Sclerocephalus Amphibienbank , Papierschiefer, Humberg-Bank 25 cm long the big one is a replik from the original - the original is in the family , Jeckenbacher Bank Meisenheim Formation all speciman found in Rhineland-Pallatinate, Germany
  13. Sclerocephalus (1).jpg

    From the album Sclerocephalus

    juvenile Sclerocephalus from Niedernhausen pic 1-4 pic 5 Scull from Sclerocephalus from Odernheim Klauswald Horizont pic 6-8 juveniler Sclerocephalus Amphibienbank , Papierschiefer, Humberg-Bank 25 cm long the big one is a replik from the original - the original is in the family , Jeckenbacher Bank Meisenheim Formation all speciman found in Rhineland-Pallatinate, Germany
  14. Sclerocephalus (1).jpg

    From the album Sclerocephalus

    juvenile Sclerocephalus from Niedernhausen pic 1-4 pic 5 Scull from Sclerocephalus from Odernheim Klauswald Horizont pic 6-8 juveniler Sclerocephalus Amphibienbank , Papierschiefer, Humberg-Bank 25 cm long the big one is a replik from the original - the original is in the family , Jeckenbacher Bank Meisenheim Formation all speciman found in Rhineland-Pallatinate, Germany
  15. Acanthodes boyi

    Accompanying fauna: Orthacanthus senckenbergianus (Lebachacanthus colosseum) Aeduella blainvillei Apateon sp. Acanthodes palatinensis Paläontologische Zeitschrift Heidke, Ulrich, November 1993, Volume 67, Issue 3–4, pp 331–341| Studien überAcanthodes. 4.Acanthodes boyi n. sp., die dritte Art der Acanthodier (Acanthodii: Pisces) aus dem Rotliegend (Unterperm) des Saar-Nahe-Beckens (SW-Deutschland) I edited the Westrichus because I got information, that this is not a Werstrichus krätschmeri. Mr Kratschmer himself told me when I showed him the fossil in July 2017, that this must be Acanthodes boyi.
  16. Some impressions from my private collection of permian fossils, some of them I digged myself, some I changed with other collectors, most of them I prepared myself the permian fossils had been found in Germany, Rhineland - Pallatinate niederkirchen , pdernheim and other locations
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