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Found 17 results

  1. From the album Late Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

    8cm. hypselocylum zone Early Kimmeridgian Lacunosamergel Formation Sponge facies From the Upper Danube Valley
  2. Biking for Fossils

    Over the years I've posted quite a few reports on my finds from the ditch in the Kimmeridgian in the upper Danube valley. Although it's over 40 miles away, I decided it was time to take a tour down there on my (battery powered) bike. It was a great trip, although I'm of course pretty tuckered out today. The site, or at least the exposures I was working, is pretty well cleaned out by now, but there is still a chance of finding another exposure in the next lower zone by moving on down the ditch and picking away. I have found a bit on the odd visit over the last year or so, but not all that much, since the preservation is mostly too soft and flatly pressed. This time I managed to find a spot where the matrix is more concretionary and harder, which heighten the chances of finding some better preserved fossils. I only spent about an hour and a half there, but this time some nice things came out, so I didn't mind the bit of extra weight on the return trip. I guess I'll be going back there again soon, but next time with the car Taramelliceras sp. Bathrotomaria sp. gastropod with 3 Streblites tenuilobatus ammos. Could have repaired it, but I decided to leave it as is. Streblites tenuilobatus Rasenia sp. PS. Here's the bike.
  3. From the album Late Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

    8cm. Steinkern revealing the siphuncle. Divisum zone, Kimmeridgian. Found in the upper Danube Valley.
  4. Holy Siphuncle!

    At the moment I have the pleasure of accompanying TFF member Jeffrey P and 2 friends on their fossil hunting forage over here in Germany. I've given them a few tips and also managed to free myself up for the day yesterday and took them to the Kimmeridgian site in the upper Danube valley for a bit of digging and delving. I think they were quite content with the experience since they treated me to a nice meal at their hotel afterwards Also Jeff's friend Ralph was nice enough to pass on a well-preserved Taramelliceras sp. ammonite to me as a token of thanks which he had found. He noticed how enthused I was by it, so he graciously offered it to me. At first I thought it was a particular species which I've never found in the divisum zone before, but I realized after closer scrutiny at home that it's rather a Taramelliceras compsum, which occurs there occasionally. Nevertheless, I'm happy to be in posession of it, since it's the largest and best preserved one I have to date and it also distinctly shows the well preserves calcified siphuncle.
  5. Multiblock 4

    From the album Late Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

    The large one is an Ataxioceras sp., the smaller ones Glochiceras sp., some of which belong to the subgenus Lingulaticeras sp. and the one at the bottom is a Taramelliceras sp. The block measures 14x13x8cm. Divisum zone, Kimmeridgian, late Jurassic. Found in the upper Danube valley.
  6. Another nice Multiblock

    Just finished prepping a block I dug up last week at the Kimmeridgian site in the upper Danube valley. The centerpiece is an Ataxioceras sp., which is surrounded by 7 small Glochiceras sp. ammos with a Taramelliceras sp. at the bottom of the block. I think it's a cool combination and it's now sitting on a shelf in the workshop for my viewing enjoyment. It measures 14x13x8cm.
  7. Limestone mold of the phragmocone.
  8. Limestone mold. This is the index fossil for the subzone.
  9. From the album Late Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

    3cm. Steinkern. From the hypselocylum Zone, early Kimmeridgian in the upper Danube Valley.
  10. Calcified limestone mold. Pressed flat, which is why I also included another sample from Beuron in the last 2 photos.
  11. Partially calcified limestone mold. Mostly phragmocone with a bit of body chamber.
  12. From the album Late Jurassic Ammonites from Southern Germany

    4.5cm. Steinkern. From the Kimmeridgian platynota zone in Gräfenberg, Bavaria.
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