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I found plants. For example - part of fern leaf

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Ginkgo leaf

 

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Fern leafs

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another fern leaf

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And my proud! I hope, It's a day-fly, but I'm not sure

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Thank you for your attention, I hope you were curious.

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Ludwigia
20 minutes ago, procurator said:

Thank you for your attention, I hope you were curious.

Yes, I was curious, since we don't get to see much in the way of Russian Permian finds here. Thank you very much for posting these and I hope you can still show us more of your Russian adventures.

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Just now, Ludwigia said:

Yes, I was curious, since we don't get to see much in the way of Russian Permian finds here. Thank you very much for posting these and I hope you can still show us more of your Russian adventures.

Yes, I have fossils from permian sea, but I find them in other trip. I think I will post it later

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Fruitbat

Very nice!  Russia has such a wide variety of fossil types and locations that we here on TFF rarely get to see.  Thanks for sharing!

 

-Joe

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caldigger

Looking forward to your other adventures.

I really love the way you offer a picture in picture example of what the fossil looks like in modern terms.

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ToothMan

Very nice finds! So cool to see fossils from another part of the world, thanks for sharing! Look forward to seeing more of your posts. And I followed you on Instagram.

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12 minutes ago, caldigger said:

Looking forward to your other adventures.

I really love the way you offer a picture in picture example of what the fossil looks like in modern terms.

thank you! I made this photo for my Instagram for non-paleontologist. It takes more effect)

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FranzBernhard

Thank you very much for this virtual trip to the Ural, I enjoyed it very much!

Franz Bernhard

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procurator
1 minute ago, ToothMan said:

Very nice finds! So cool to see fossils from another part of the world, thanks for sharing! Look forward to seeing more of your posts. And I followed you on Instagram.

thal you for following! My account in instagram procurator9

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fossils with bug

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Troodon

Thank you posting other than a few Permian shark teeth I have from Krasnoufimsk nice to see other material.   Looks like a fun time.  Nice job with the inserts.

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4 minutes ago, Troodon said:

Thank you posting other than a few Permian shark teeth I have from Krasnoufimsk nice to see other material.   Looks like a fun time.  Nice job with the inserts.

I traveled in Krasnoufimsk and I have some photo. I'll post it later, because I must have a secret))

 

The most popular fossils from Krasnoufimsk - Helicaprion, but I don't find this((. But I found ammonites, trilobites and some plants) 

 

I think, I'll post this on next week if you're interesting

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Troodon
8 minutes ago, procurator said:

I traveled in Krasnoufimsk and I have some photo. I'll post it later, because I must have a secret))

 

The most popular fossils from Krasnoufimsk - Helicaprion, but I don't find this((. But I found ammonites, trilobites and some plants) 

 

I think, I'll post this on next week if you're interesting

Very interested please post if you can.

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RJB

Nice to see plant fossils from such an unknown place.  Nice fossils.

 

RB

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Tidgy's Dad

Very interested in seeing more! 

Nice finds and, as others have said, it's always great to see Permian fossils and fossils from Russia, neither of which we get to see much of. :)

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48 minutes ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

Very interested in seeing more! 

Nice finds and, as others have said, it's always great to see Permian fossils and fossils from Russia, neither of which we get to see much of. :)

Thank you!

I think I really must post ural nature ))) One more view of Silva river, there we had found fossils

 

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Tidgy's Dad
Just now, procurator said:

Thank you!

I think I really must post ural nature ))) One more view of Silva river, there we had found fossils

 

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Beautiful! :wub:

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FossilDAWG

Thank you for this glimpse of a part of the world we rarely see.  It reminds me a lot of places I have been in Canada.  Also your fossils are very interesting, and it looks like you had a good time out in nature with friends.  I look forward to seeing your other collecting trips.

 

Don

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MeargleSchmeargl

Russian vegetables! Find any Arctic stuff up there? :P :plant:

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