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Found 12 results

  1. Hello everyone! I just received a dinosaur vertebra from the Upper Jurassic of Cambelas, Torres Vedras in Portugal, and I was wondering if it would be possible to identify it any further than "dinosaur". Perhaps @Troodon and @LordTrilobite could give their opinions? Here are some photos: Side photos: Top/bottom photos: Thanks so much for your help! (And thanks to @Vieira for the fossil!) Monica
  2. Hi all, In continuation of Ludwigia's topic I'll show you another example of "fossil biking" along with some info on Moscow fossils. There's a dozen of spots within the city limits where you can at least try to find some fossils, one of them being Fili Park . It's an Upper Jurassic formation, similar to the one described here as in those times Moscow region lied on the bottom of the same shallow sea as the Volga basin. The difference is that in Moscow Upper Tithonian (Volgian) is better represented. The quality of the finds is unfortunately much worse. Fili Park is situated on the right bank of river Moscow (Moskva) not far from the city center. Its a narrow band of forest with a steep slope towards the river. The pace is well-known among Moscow paleontologists to the extent that somebody said "everyone starts with Fili". I did not start with Fili and actually learned about its existence (fossil-wise) not long ago. I was surprised that you could easily find Jurassic material near the center of the megapolis (something along the lines of fossil hunting in NYC Central Park) and the fact that ammonite nacre was well preserved. I decided to give the place a go. And use a bike as the fossils spots are a long walk from the entrance. Here Fili district is outlined in red.
  3. Jurassic Ripple Marks??

    I have had these and others in my collection for about 27 years, most of them have been wrapped up or still are wrapped up since I collected them with my son. I always classified them as Ripple Marks, but wonder if they are, we collected them a little to the West of Sundance, Wyoming in exposure that is supposed to be from the Upper Jurassic / Morrison Formation. What is your opinion?? Top of Plate Bottom of Plate
  4. Diplodocid (?Apatosaurus) sp.

    From the album My Collection

    Diplodocid (?Apatosaurus) sp. Morrison Formation Upper Jurassic Moffat County, Colorado Size: 6.5 cm
  5. Allosaurus sp.

    From the album My Collection

    Allosaurus sp. Morrison Formation Upper Jurassic Moffat County, Colorado Size: 6cm
  6. Beach find from Chapman's Pool. Nodule with strong symmetry and hints of internal structure.
  7. My newest prep

    I want to show you a tooth from Drügendorf, a quarry in Germany where you can find fossils from the upper Jurassic. I already posted the tooth but unprepped. The tooth is 2 cm long and well preserved so I am very happy with this I think that its a Sphenodus tooth ... Here is it unprepped: And the prepped one: Thanks for viewing !
  8. Working on a profile

    I don't at all profess to be an expert at this. As a matter of fact, I've never done it before, but I've been thinking about trying this for quite a while. So this time when I visited my favorite site in the ditch at the side of the road in the Upper Danube Valley, I took along my camera, a pen and a few pieces of paper. I don't have a geologists compass and I forgot to bring along the measuring stick, so it was a pretty rudimentary first attempt. Starting at the base, I cleaned up the exposure where I'd previously been working over a stretch of about a meter's width and vertically up to the wall. Then I took a few photos, mostly using my hammer and a shovel as gauges. I needed 3 photos to get the whole profile in. The hammer is at the bottom of the exposure, then there's a closeup somewhat higher up with the shovel in the photo above that and the pic at the top shows pretty well the whole exposure at a spot farther along the ditch, with the exception of the base, which was buried under rubble. Continued...
  9. Is this geological or biological?

    I found this strange item while fossil hunting in upper jurassic layers ( Serra de Aire e Candeeiros). It floats in saltwater. Can someone help me identifying it? Regards
  10. Ammonite ID please

    Hello forum members, can anyone help ID this ammo? Found Needingworth Quarry, Huntingdon, St. Ives, Cambridgeshire, UK. Upper Jurassic. Thanks. John
  11. Acrocoelites rauri

    From the album Holzmaden

    A Acrocoelites (13.5 cm long) from the quarry Kromer in Holzmaden.
  12. Acrocoelites

    From the album Holzmaden

    Fossil: Acrocoelites Location: Quarry Kromer in Holzmaden Age: lower Jurassic Size: 11,2 cm long
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