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  1. lauraine

    Fossil in Alps riverbed

    hi everyone, I found this fossil embedded on honeydew sized rock on a riverbed the the western alpine region of Austria, (Hinterhornbach). I am sorry for not having included a ruler as i was on a hike and did not want to take the rather large stone away from the area at the moment. I am curious to know if this is in fact a fossil of some sort, as I am by no means an expert when it comes to fossils. At the imprints widest point i would say is 10cm. The detailed texture which is printed resembles leather or elephant skin, as there are small wrinkles that run across the shape while the comp
  2. doushantuo

    je suis un heteromorphe

    recommended!!! en Francais/In French [Trav. Lab. Géol. Grenoble, t. 42, 1966] Leptocères berriasiens du massif de la Grande-Chartreuse par Jean-Pierre THIEULOY thieuleptoceraheteromammollus(VACISEK)GA_1966__42__281_0.pdf
  3. I had the good luck to spend last weekend with our Austrian member @andreas along with our friend Thomas from Thuringia. We made forays into the alpine Early Jurassic, or Lias as we call it over here, and the Triassic Tuval stage. We visited two classical sites and had a good amount of success despite limited collecting time due to approaching thunderstorms. I not only found fossils, but also 2 ticks found me. As usual, I forgot to pack my camera. Sorry about that! But at least I can show a few of the finds which I've finished preparing. First of all, some of the Jurassic finds. There's a lot
  4. adriano

    Is it a fossil from Alps?

    I recently found (on the ground) this rock. I collected it on the top of the Sass Pordoi mountain (https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sasso_Pordoi), Italian Alps. It seems a fossil, but I can't identify it. What do you think? In the same place I also found this imprint that remembers me of a "Megalodon" bivalve - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Megalodon_(bivalve), a very common fossil in the region. Other than those two, I didn't find any other fossil in the area.
  5. andreas

    Jurassic Fall Trip

    Last Saturday I was invited to a collecting trip by a buddy of mine. It took us to the Tyrolian part of the Northern calcareous Alps. We worked at a condensed layer that contains a big part of the Jurassic, Hettangian stage(marine ammonoid zones of the Hettangian). Several ammonoid zones are given within this layer. It ranges from the upper Hettangian(the yellow/orange colored top of the layer) down to the grey limestone of the panorbis zone. We were lucky because our gained block from the layer was full of ammonoids. It was kept as it was by my friend. I kept a smaller block which w
  6. doushantuo

    francophone jurassic ammonites

    verm Please disregard the ugly PDF's available from this author's 'gate page,this has better quality pix. As the title implies,these ammonites spoke French back in the days. Learn this language,or ask yours truly to translate. I've skipped though this one,and noted a dearth of suture line drawings. On the other hand,the authors countenance wears a very genial smile. Those of you allergic to morphometrics will be pleased to learn the author has kept the quantitative aspects of ammonitology within reasonable bounds
  7. The columbianus Zone/Alaunium 2/ Norium/Upper Triassic in the so called "Hallstatt Limestone" of the Northern Calcareous Alps in Austria Dear Fossil Forum members! This pictured report about the ammonite bearing Triassic Hallstatt limestone will be the first one of a continuous series of reports. Since the beginning of the geological research in the Northern Calcareous Alps of Austria in the 19th century, about 500 species of Triassic ammonites have been described from the Hallstatt limestone by Mojsisovics, Hauer, Diener and other authors. The most important person in the development of t
  8. The Tuvalian Substage Of The Triassic Hallstatt Limestone In Austria Written by Andreas Spatzenegger Dear Fossil Forum members! This report will introduce you to the Tuvalian substage (uppermost Carnian/ Triassic) of the so called Hallstatt limestone in Austria. View above the Hallein-Berchtesgaden Triassic area to the Watzmann and the Hochkalter mountains. The name of this substage was chosen by "Old master" Mojsisovics from the mediaeval name of the hill ridge/salt mine area between the rivers Salzach and Königseeache in the borderland between Bavaria (Germany) and the county of Salzb
  9. The Zones of Austrotrachyceras austriacum and Trachyceras aonoides, Triassic/Karnium/Julium of the Alps Written by Andreas Spatzenegger Dear Fossil Forum members! This report will introduce you to the ammonite-zones of Trachyceras aonoides and Trachyceras austriacum within the Hallstatt limestone in Austria. Both zones are ammonoid zones of the Julian, which is the lower stage of the Carnian. These two zones are comparable with the North American Desatoyense (in most parts), Obesum and Nanseni zone of the lower Carnian. During a long lasting time of collecting every collector gets plenty
  10. Ammonites from the Zone of Cyrtopleurites bicrenatus, Nor/Alaunium1 of the Hallstatt limestone Written by Andreas Spatzenegger Fig. 0 The „Hohe Dachstein" mountain with fresh fallen snow in spring; The Dachstein is the highest mountain in the Salzkammergut area and the so called Dachstein limestone is named after this mountain. Below the glacier, the partly forest covered mountain is named „Hirlatz". This is the type locality of the liassic „Hirlatz limestone". Down below the Hirlatz mountain, not visible on the picture, lays the small town Hallstatt on the lake of the same name. A
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