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Shangraoceras Falcoplicatum ,jiangxi,china

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guzi    0
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Name:Shangraoceras falcoplicatum gen.et sp.nov.

Period:The Permian

Fossil Site: Jiangxi, China

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squalicorax    42
squalicorax

Super nice!

Looks like a very good spot to pick up fossils.

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Fruitbat    390
Fruitbat

VERY nice! Shangraoceras is a goniatite...correct? (I don't pretend to be an expert on cephalopods.)

-Joe

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pleecan    21
pleecan

Nice!

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andreas    75
andreas

Hi!

Wonderful ammonoids! Congrats! I like them!

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guzi    0
guzi

Hi!

Wonderful ammonoids! Congrats! I like them!

THX

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Ludwigia    1,332
Ludwigia

Very nice! Yes, Joe, I think they must be Goniatites, although I'm not familiar with them myself. Such things from the Permian in our part of the world are an absolute rarity if they are ever to be found.

PS: http://paleodb.org/cgi-bin/bridge.pl?a=checkTaxonInfo&taxon_no=174221&is_real_user=1

Edited by Ludwigia

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Malcolmt    251
Malcolmt

Very nice, alway s liked snails especially whith garlic butter!!!!!!

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guzi    0
guzi

Very nice! Yes, Joe, I think they must be Goniatites, although I'm not familiar with them myself. Such things from the Permian in our part of the world are an absolute rarity if they are ever to be found.

PS: http://paleodb.org/c...&is_real_user=1

WOW!!!!!You are too powerful, very detailed information.

THX HELP ME~

Guzi

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Ludwigia    1,332
Ludwigia

WOW!!!!!You are too powerful, very detailed information.

THX HELP ME~

Guzi

You're welcome. This site is very helpful and I use it a lot.

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Sinopaleus    32
Sinopaleus

漂亮!!! ;)B)

江西省哪里找的?我下次也去看一看!^_^

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guzi    0
guzi

漂亮!!! ;)B)

江西省哪里找的?我下次也去看一看! ^_^

上饶下面一个叫蔡家村的地方,你可以去那里看一看,,,这种菊石多在结核里,风化出的比较少

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pleecan    21
pleecan

we need a kingon translator :P:blink::wacko::D say what?

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Auspex    1,756
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we need a kingon translator :P:blink::wacko::D say what?

Per Google Translate:

Beautiful!!

Jiangxi Province, where to find it? I next take a look!

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The Shangrao following a call caijia place of the village, you can go there to look at the, this ammonoid more in TB, weathered out of the relatively small

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pleecan    21
pleecan

Thanks Auspex!

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Nothos    11
Nothos

Hello, wonderfull species ! I love

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atcg01    0
atcg01

Below please find some abstract information from the reference article. According to the article, Shangraoceras falcoplicatum gen.et sp.nov is from late Early Permian.

 

 

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sdsnl    149
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On 6/29/2012 at 1:37 AM, Auspex said:

 this ammonoid more in TB, weathered out of the relatively small

Lol I will give a better translation. He said they are mostly in concretions/nodules (both use the same term in Chinese so don't know which exactly) and few are weathered out.

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David in Japan    46
David in Japan

Awesome fossils!

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fossiling    38
fossiling
On 29 June, 2012 at 1:37 AM, Auspex said:

Per Google Translate:

Beautiful!!

Jiangxi Province, where to find it? I next take a look!

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The Shangrao following a call caijia place of the village, you can go there to look at the, this ammonoid more in TB, weathered out of the relatively small

Maybe I can do it better:

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Beautiful!

Where in Jiangxi province did you find them? I'll take a look next time!

 

 

Down by Shangrao is a place called Caija village, you can find them there. The ammonoids are more frequently found in concretions, not much weathered out if the rock.

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PS. Cool! I'll go look for them when I visit.

 

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