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Found 214 results

  1. intriguing Sarmatian bryozoan

    pauldtayontoanbryozLBB_0038_1_0055-0064.pdf About 0,71 MB Recommended ,not in the least because of the stature of the first author. Short,well illustrated,informative Taylor et al:Unusual Early Development in A cyclostome bryozoan from the Ukrainian Miocene Linzer Biol.Beitr.38/1,2006
  2. From the album Invertebrates

    Baltoeurypterus tetragonophthalmus (Fischer 1839) Silurian Smotrych River Kamianets-Podilskyi Ukraine
  3. Ornithocheirid pterosaur

    From the album Albian vertebrates of Ukraine

    Tiny pterosaur tooth from Kanev Albian. This tooth is strongly labio-lingually compressed, has no carinae and has a developed pulpar cavity, typical pterosaur tooth characteristics. Scalebar 5 mm.
  4. Hybodus sp.

    From the album Sharks from other locations

    Callovian Hybodus sp. from Trakhtemirov, Kanev region, Ukraine.
  5. I participated in a nervous auction on our favorite auction site and I won the auction ... It seems like I was able to fulfill an old dream of having an Eurypterid for my collection. It's 100% real or is it painted or repaired somewhere? Is a good specimen? According to the seller, this is a fossil discovered in Ukraine, only this described in the advertisement and nothing more, so I thank you for any and all information you have about this specimen.
  6. Tirasiana coniformis Palij, 1976

    From the album Invertebrates

    Tirasiana coniformis Palij, 1976 Ediacarian Karachiivtsi Ukraine
  7. Kyiv turtle, 3 associated scutes

    From the album Dinosaurs and Reptiles

    Eocene Kyiv suite, Lutetian-Bartonian. Personal find. 3 fused scutes: C1,2 - costal scutes, N - neural scute, R- rib. Approximate position of the specimen is shown on the diagramm.
  8. Plesiosaur

    From the album Albian vertebrates of Ukraine

    Elasmosaurid (?) tooth
  9. Hi everyone! I am really interested in collecting vertebrate fossils. I have a lot of things to offer: - vertebrate fossils from Eocene of Kyiv, Ukraine and Albian-Cenomanian of Ukraine and Russia (various species of shark teeth, bony fish teeth, turtle shell fragments) - Pleistocene mammal, fish and turtle bones from Kyiv, Ukraine (unfortunately, I am not very good at identifying mammal species, but I have a large selection; mostly rodents or other small mammals, I have larger bones, but they are less complete) - crabs from Kyiv Eocene (Eocarpilius (?), up to 4 cm, not perfect, but with almost completely preserved caparaces and some appendages) - Silurian invertebrates from Podolia, Ukraine (mostly corals and small brachiopods) - also some small Devonian placoderms from Podolia, Ukraine (Kujdanowiaspis) - various Ukrainian and Russian ammonites and orthocerid or endocerid nautiloids - a lot of Miocene and Pliocene molluscs from Ukraine - some Carboniferous plants from eastern Ukraine - some random things, ask me if you are interested in something else In return, I am mostly interested in Paleozoic to Cretaceous shark and reptile fossils (both bones and teeth), especially in specimens from rare locations (especially Australia, don't have any vertebrates from there, and any Permian/Triassic vertebrates or dinosaurs/pterosaurs/marine reptiles from other periods). PM me if you are interested, please. I will send you the pictures of specimens you are most interested in. I also accept sales instead of trades. Here is an example of some Eocene fossils from Kyiv I have for trade (here are various sandsharks, Isurolamna, goblin Anomotodon, turtles, Carcharocles, Notorynchus, makos, Jaeckelotodus, Striatolamia, rays, chimaeras, bony fish, Physogaleus). I have much more specimens available, this is just an example.
  10. From the album Invertebrates

    Palaeopascichnus delicatus Palij, 1976 Ediacaran Mohyliv-Podilskyi Group Mohylev Formation Bernashivka Ukraine From Wikipedia: Palaeopascichnus is a genus of Ediacaran organism comprising a series of lobes; it is plausibly a protozoan, but probably unrelated to the classical 'Ediacaran biota'. Lit.: ANTCLIFFE, J., GOODAY A. and BRASIER, M.: TESTING THE PROTOZOAN HYPOTHESIS FOR EDIACARAN FOSSILS: A DEVELOPMENTAL ANALYSIS OF PALAEOPASCICHNUS. Palaeontology, Vol. 54, Part 5, 2011, pp . 1157–1175
  11. Ediacaran Cyclomedusa davidi Sprigg, 1947

    From the album Invertebrates

    Cyclomedusa davidi Sprigg, 1947 Upper Ediacaran Mohylev formation Yampil beds Bernashivka Ukraine Diameter ~ 9cm / 4"
  12. Tirasiana coniformis Palij, 1976

    From the album Invertebrates

    Tirasiana coniformis Palij, 1976 Ediacarian Karachiivtsi Ukraine
  13. Reptile skin in coal found

    Dear Guys, Last week I was in the coal quarry, Donbass (Ukraine) and found this skin impression in coal shale. The age is Gzhelian- Early Aselian (Carboniferous and Permian boundary) and judging by the scale texture I can see that scales were very thin (like in the birds and dinosaurs) so I think it was quite proggressive reptile and it could be the early synapsid. In synapsids scales could be gradually dissapearing like in dinosaurs and birds- they do not look like thick osteoderms. I tried to find information about Carboniferous reptile skin fossils but I not found anything... I think it could be very rare find, so please help to identify this if you could Best Regards Domas
  14. Pathological crown

    From the album Eocene vertebrates of Ukraine

    Pathological Striatolamia lateral crown
  15. Turtle

    From the album Eocene vertebrates of Ukraine

    3 associated turtle scutes
  16. Anomotodon sheppeyensis

    From the album Eocene vertebrates of Ukraine

    Second upper anterior, upper lateral and lower first lateral.
  17. Zychaspis granulata

    From the album Vertebrates

    Zychaspis granulata Early Devonian Volyno Podillya Ustechko Ukraine Width: 12cm / 5"
  18. Shark teeth unidentified

    Here are several teeth from Late Albian of Ukraine (Kanev region). Help with identification will be very appreciated. Other fossils from this site 1. Tooth is fairly worn, but it should preserve the original shape (no cusplets). Root is poorly preserved, but is it possible to determine who it came from? I am thinking about an early Anacoracid or a Carcharhiniform (Triakidae)? By the way, Anacoracids are extremely rare there, so there is really nothing for comparison. 2. Most likely a tiny Synechodus crown, but the shape looks weird for Synechodus. Could it be a Scyliorhinid? 3. Anacoracid? It has some serrations on the distal side. Also thought about Squaliform, but the root looks more lamnoid-like. 4. Scyliorhinid or Lamnoid?? 5. Almost 100% sure it is a Hemiscylliidae, but is it possible to determine the genus? I am leaning towards Chilloscyllium, but not sure.
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