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  1. Hi all, Originally I thought this was an iron concretion, I still believe it is but was wondering is there is any geologist in the group (or expert) who can point out a more specific type of mineral (siderite? hematite?). Never seen a concretion like this and it was intermingled with Shale packed with plant material and root casts. I want to know if there is any correlation to this mineral and abundance of fossils in the deposits I'm frequenting. Found in Triassic deposit Deep River Formation, NC (Newark Super Group). Regards to all, Alex
  2. From the album Nigel's album

    Various misc fossils bought as a job lot which needs sorting out.
  3. For a University project I am working on a sample of Rheatian Bone Bed collected from Lavernock, South Wales, UK. During the separation process I found a different looking tooth to the common bony fish teeth and sharks teeth, but I'm not sure what it is. I think it looks like a mammal molar? Is there anyone with any experience around this topic that could offer some insight? I have attached two images the specimen, thanks.
  4. Nilssoniopteris,Pterophyllum and assorted Bennettitales from a famous European locality Might be useful to some of you polunzl.pdf
  5. From the album Triassic

    Diplurus newarki (partial coelacanth-bones, fins, and scales) Upper Triassic Lockatong Formation Newark Supergroup Granton Quarry site North Bergen, N.J.
  6. Lit.: Liu et al.(2003) NEW DISCOVERED FISHES FROM KEICHOUSAURUS BEARING HORIZON OF LATE TRIASSIC IN XINGYI OF GUIZHOU. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica , 42(3) :346 - 366
  7. From the album Vertebrates

    Eosemionotus vogeli FRITSCH, 1906 Middle Triassic Oberer Muschelkalk Rüdersdorf near Berlin Germany
  8. Lit.: Liu et al. (2002) ON THE MOST PRIMITIVE AMIID FISH FROM UPPER TRIASSIC OF XINGYI , GUIZHOU. Acta Palaeontologica Sinica , 41 (3) :461 - 463
  9. Hi again, Posting this as it's also very unusual for round these here parts.. Size is 3 inches approx Nearby there are Caloceras Johnstoni Ammonites (a term i picked up from this article here on the forum thank you Seth) Can anyone help out with an id i only have one photo atm All the best in your quests Ben
  10. Today I started my collecting season. It was a successful day I found several Tuvalian Tropites and Jovites(greenish matrix) alas all a little incomplete. But that doesn't matter because I did it more for stratigraphy. At least I found near this location a Julian Block with ammonoids of the austriacum Zone.(reddish matrix) But it was a very hard work. Two broken chisels (of three) make me nervous on half time because my car was far away.
  11. Hi all, Location: West Somerset Coast. Length approx 4 inches. Geology is Blue Lias but i was so far out to sea that it may be late triassic 0_o We've had very low tides here of late which have stripped the mud layer and have been exploring the revealed rock beds found a full bed of devils toenails, alongside modern day oysters.. Also found this, which is not like anything encountered down there before. Sorry in advance for the poor images, the specimen remains in situ.. What interests me is (all of it!) .. the apparent uniformity and the small circular depression in the middle at the bottom. ps the geology in the area was subject to considerable tectonic activity during the period of formation Can anyone help? All the best in your quests Ben
  12. I was wondering if anyone knew of any accessible road cuts or exposures of Newark Group rocks either in Frederick of Montgomery Counties, preferably not on private property. I've been searching around online, but most of the ones I've found out about are now backyards or parking lots.
  13. Calcitized phragmocone.
  14. From the album Triassic

    Diplurus newarki (flattened skull) Upper Triassic Lockatong Formation Newark Supergroup Granton quarry North Bergen, N.J.
  15. From the album Triassic

    Diplurus newarki (partial coelacanth- body and fins) Upper Triassic Lockatong Formation Newark Supergroup Granton quarry North Bergen, N.J.
  16. After Earth’s Worst Mass Extinction, Life Rebounded Rapidly, Fossils Suggest, Trilobites, Nichlos ST. Fleur, New york times, Feb. 16, 2017 https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/16/science/great-dying-permian-extinction-fossils.html New fossil discovery suggests sea life bounced back after the 'Great Dying' faster than thought, PhysOrg, February 16, 2017 https://phys.org/news/2017-02-fossil-discovery-sea-life-great.html The paper is: Brayard, A., Krumenacker, L.J., Botting, J.P., Jenks, J.F., Bylund, K.G., Fara, E., Vennin, E., Olivier, N., Goudemand, N., Saucède, T. and Charbonnier, S., 2017. Unexpected Early Triassic marine ecosystem and the rise of the Modern evolutionary fauna. Science Advances, 3(2), p.e1602159. http://advances.sciencemag.org/content/3/2/e1602159 Yours, Paul H.
  17. Dinocephalosaurus gave live birth? http://www.csmonitor.com/Science/2017/0214/Surprise!-This-ancient-reptile-gave-birth-to-live-young-instead-of-laying-eggs
  18. Calcite mold.
  19. With preserved shell.
  20. From the album Vertebrates

    Luoxiongichthys hyperdorsalis Wen et al., 2011 Middle Triassic Anisian, Pelsonian Guanling Formation Daaozi, Luoxiong Luoping County Yunnan China Lit.: W. Wen, Q. Y. Zhang, C. Y. Zhou, J. Y. Huang, Z. Q. Chen and M. J. Benton. 2012. A new genus of basal actinopterygian fish from the Anisian (Middle Triassic) of Luoping, Yunnan Province, Southwest China. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 57:149-160