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  1. I had the good luck to spend last weekend with our Austrian member @andreas along with our friend Thomas from Thuringia. We made forays into the alpine Early Jurassic, or Lias as we call it over here, and the Triassic Tuval stage. We visited two classical sites and had a good amount of success despite limited collecting time due to approaching thunderstorms. I not only found fossils, but also 2 ticks found me. As usual, I forgot to pack my camera. Sorry about that! But at least I can show a few of the finds which I've finished preparing. First of all, some of the Jurassic finds. There's a lot of hematite in this zone which accounts for the colors. This huge thing is called Atractites sp. It's the rostrum of a species of colioid cephalopod. Believe it or not, this is only the half of it. Phylloceras sp. Schlotheimia sp. And here are a few finds out of the Tuval: Arcestes sp. Megaphyllites humilis Sagenites (Trachysagenites) eximius This one is either Trachysagenites cf. herbichi or Spirogmoceras sp. I tend to the latter. Sagenites (Trachysagenites) herbichi with a Megaphyllites sp. in the mouth aperture. A small gastropod. Probably Sisenna sp. Thanks again to Andreas for showing us a wonderful time and also for the ids. The evening at his home together with Thomas and his family was really special as well. I still have a few more things to prep, so I'll be posting some more pics later.
  2. Nothosaurus sp. (Muenster 1834)

    From the album Vertebrates (other than fish)

    7cm. Rib Middle Triassic Ladinian, Grenz Bonebed Upper Muschelkalk Found at Rothenburg
  3. Mastodonsaurus sp. (Jaeger 1828)

    From the album Vertebrates (other than fish)

    Vertebra. 2cm. long Middle Triassic Ladinian Grenz Bonebed Upper Muschelkalk Found at Zwingelhausen
  4. Nothosaurus sp. (Muenster 1824)

    From the album Vertebrates (other than fish)

    Vertebra. 2x2cm. Middle Triassic Ladinian Upper Muschelkalk Grenz Bonebed Found at Zwingelhausen
  5. Acrodus sp.(Agassiz 1837)

    From the album Pisces

    1cm. Middle Triassic Ladinian Grenz Bonebed Upper Muschelkalk Found at Zwingelhausen
  6. Una donazione fatta all'Università di Milano. Allego la pubblicazione 2018 Hagdorn etal_Encrinus_aculeatus (1).pdf Translation: A donation made at the University of Milan. I enclose the publication.
  7. Back in Bidart

    Hi, i went back in Bidart at the beginning of this month, and in May. I found some coprolithes and stegasters (cotteaui and bouillei). Here i mostly wanted to show the complexity of the geology of this place, and also its beauty. Here is the beach of Erretedgia Towards the north, to the beach of Ilbaritz, you can find several geological strates. Here, you can see the KT limit : on the right the marls of the Maastritchian, on the left the pink limestones of the Danian.
  8. Some triasic ammonite for exchange! EU.
  9. Sauropoda

    From the album SNP Vertebrates

  10. Interclavicule Metoposauridae

    From the album SNP Vertebrates

  11. Angistrorhynchus_rutimeyeri

    From the album SNP Vertebrates

  12. Hello, I recently saw this tooth online. It's from the middle triassic layers (upperst Muschelkalk ) of Würzburg in Germany. I only think it's labeled incorrectly? What do you think? Is this a real tooth and what determination would you give to it? It measures 7 mm
  13. Hi fossils friends, Here are some of my last preparations : Lower Triassic Flemingites lidacensis (Welter 1922) - 19 cm
  14. Syringoceras sp. (Hyatt 1894)

    Phragmocone.
  15. Nautilus triadicus (Mojsisovics)

    Phragmocone.
  16. Michelinoceras sp. (Foerste 1932)

    Practically complete specimen nestled amongst distant relatives.
  17. Placites sp. (Mojsisovics 1896)

    Calcitized phragmocone.
  18. Despite its size, this is only a partial phragmocone.
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