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Found 17 results

  1. From the album Triassic In Situ Pictures

    Some small Tuvalian ammonoids from bottom to top: Megaphyllites sp., Arcestes sp., Tardeceras sp., Tropites sp.
  2. From the album Triassic In Situ Pictures

    Venter of a Hoplotropites sp. and a above visible Polycyclus sp. in Tuvalian Hallstatt limestone.
  3. Discotropites sp.

    From the album alpine triassic Ammonoids

    Discotropites sp. from Triassic/upper Carnian "Hallstatt" limestone. Zone of Tropites subbullatus/Tuvalian II.
  4. From the album alpine triassic Ammonoids

    Cladiscites cf. striatissimus (MOJS.) 5cm, and Tropites subbullatus(HAUER)4cm. Old slab from the historical Raschberg location of Mojsisovics.
  5. Tropites fauna

    From the album alpine triassic Ammonoids

    Upper Carnian/Tuvalian ammonoid fauna from the historical location/ditch on Vordersandling. The shown ammonoids come from a small lense that was found by me several years ago. No coarser ribbed Projuvavites was found only Juvavites bacchus MOJS. Therefore I range this fauna to the dilleri Zone. Tropites aff. subbullatus, Paratropites sp., Discotropites sp., Megaphyllites sp., Sandlingites cf. oribasus and Arcestes sp.
  6. Trachysagenites eximius.jpg

    From the album alpine triassic Ammonoids

    Small slab with Trachysagenites cf. eximius MOJS.(Ammonoid with nodes, 2.5cm diameter) Associated with Arcestes sp., Megaphyllites sp., Paratropites sp., "Sandlingites" pilari and Isculites sp. Probably lower Tuvalian Dilleri Zone.
  7. Tuvalian.jpg

    From the album alpine triassic Ammonoids

    This part of a Triassic/Tuvalian ammonoid lense show probably the lower ammonoid zone(Dilleri Zone) of the Upper Carnian/Tuvalian stage. The upper half of the picture show a few Trachysagenites erninceus(ammonoids with stroger nodes) and a Tropites sp. core upon left. The lower part show Spirogmoceras sp., Traskites sp. and Paratropites cf. multecostatus with Isculites heimi(flat variant)
  8. Discotropites sandlingensis (HAUER)

    From the album alpine triassic Ammonoids

    Discotropites sandlingensis (HAUER) from Tuvalian Hallstatt limestone. Size of the ammonoid is 8cm.
  9. Season start

    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.
  10. From the album alpine triassic Ammonoids

    Limestone with Tuvalian ammonoids from the Hallstatt Formation of Austria
  11. From the album alpine triassic Ammonoids

    Slab with Tropites torquillus MOJS.(the big one), Tropites fusobullatus MOJS.(the lower one) and 2x Tropites ssp.(left end and right top) The middle ammonoid on the right end is a Trachysagenites sp. The small smooth ones are Arcestes sp. The orthocone Nautiloid points to the direction of the palaeocurrent. Prepared from the downside. Big parts of the upper side of this ammonoids are disolved due to the strong condensation in this limestone. Stratigraphic range and occurence: Upper Triassic/ Carnian/Tuvalian, subbullatus zone. Hallstatt limestone of Austria.
  12. Parahauerites so.

    From the album alpine triassic Ammonoids

    Parahauerites sp. Tuvalian, probably dilleri zone. For cephalopod faunal composition of this block please look on pic Stantonites
  13. Last weekend I did hunt again in the Austrian mountains. While prospecting a Triassic area I found a little fossil lense containing a small Upper Triassic/ Carnian/Tuvalian ammonoid fauna. It contain several Tropites sp., Trachysagenites, Metatirolites, Polycyclus, Megaphyllites and Projuvavites in rather small but very well preserved specimen. At first I found a small talus stone with ammonoids at the flat part of a slope/cliff. It shows a Trachysagenites sp.(2.5cm) Then I searched from this point straight upwards the hill and found a small fossil lense in Tuvalian limestone. I found it in an unexpected position. I think I have to go back and search the area closer. Maybe there is a second fossil lense in this area because the feature of the fallen block looks a little different compared to the feature of the fossil lense. But both are of the same time. Two times luck at one day! Andreas
  14. (Ana)Tropites hauchecornei MOJS

    From the album alpine triassic Ammonoids

    (Ana)Tropites hauchecornei MOJS. from Tuvalian(Triassic/Upper Carnian) Hallstatt limestone of Austria.
  15. Upper Tuvalian Ammonoid Fauna

    From the album alpine triassic Ammonoids

    Back left to right: Hypocladiscites subtornatus, a few Jovites bosniensis, Discophyllites sp. div. Hoplotropites sp., Discotropites theron, Tropites haucecornei MOJS.
  16. Upper TriassicTuvalian

    From the album alpine triassic Ammonoids

    Upper Triassic Ammonoid chunk with Trachysagenites sp.(on top with nodes) and other ammonoid genera.
  17. Tuvalian Ammonoids

    From the album alpine triassic Ammonoids

    Slab(ca.30x15cm)with different upper Triassic/Tuvalian ammonoids. In the middle of the slab a Trachysagenites sp. is visible. A Jovites bosnensis(inner core)is directly above. Below the Trachysagenites and on the top of the slab Discotropites sp. are visible. Several other Tropites sp. are visible also on the chunk.
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