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Heteromorph

https://web.archive.org/web/20070820093915/http://www.cretaceousfossils.com/ 

 

I've mentioned this in TFF before but I figured it'd be helpful here. 

 

Great resource for Cretaceous fossils, especially US/Texas ones. Lots of clear pictures of rare species. Website went defunct in 2007, and this is the latest working archive of it from 2007-08-20. Of course it's a bit out of date now, but I've found useful pictures here that I can't find anywhere else. 

 

Cheers,

Heteromorph 

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DPS Ammonite

Thanks. Not sure who ran the site, but I recognize the names of several Forum members who were contributors.

 

https://web.archive.org/web/20070814102950/http://cretaceousfossils.com/contributors_page.htm

 

I would be curious to see how much of the Forum website is archived and how it works in web.archive.org. 

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Heteromorph
8 minutes ago, DPS Ammonite said:

Thanks. Not sure who ran the site, but I recognize the names of several Forum members who were contributors.

 

https://web.archive.org/web/20070814102950/http://cretaceousfossils.com/contributors_page.htm

 

I would be curious to see how much of the Forum website is archived and how it works in web.archive.org. 

Keith Minor ran it. 

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DPS Ammonite
Just now, Heteromorph said:

Keith Minor ran it. 


Is he still around? I remember people in Texas referred to his wonderful website. Never saw the saved version.

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Heteromorph
4 minutes ago, DPS Ammonite said:


Is he still around? I remember people in Texas referred to his wonderful website. Never saw the saved version.

Yes, I fossil hunt with him regularly. 

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minnbuckeye

Visited his website and saw this on his home page. What an undertaking!! 

         

Our goal is to identify and document at least one good example of everything that we can find from the Cretaceous Period worldwide, and make the

information available to the amateur paleontology community.

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