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  1. KompsFossilsNMinerals

    French Trilobite?

    Hi everyone, I was at the Herkimer fossil and mineral show last week and had the chance to meet Allan Lang (owner of Langs quarry). I bought a couple of bugs off of him, but this one with the label "Old Mountain France" caught my eye. I'm not sure if it's a French trilobite or from somewhere else, but I'd appreciate any info or suggestions on what species it is. The segments in the middle were broken off, so I glued it back in place.
  2. Jaimin013

    French theropod tooth

    Hi there this little tooth is being advertised as a Nuthetes Destructor from the Dromeasauridae family Location: France - Champblanc / Cherves Size: 1.5cm I have my doubts about the ID as ND teeth are known for a depression in their crown (see below) although this tooth does have serrations. The person's reasoning for ID'ing the tooth is that the seller is a paleontologist ! 100% guaranteed. I don't really think that is a valid reason (a few months ago I may have said this was as I would take anybody's word for anything but now that I have been collecti
  3. dinosaur man

    French Spinosaurids?

    I’m wondering what everyone’s thoughts are on Spinosaurids in France? Is it possible that they were present in France? I’ve seen the subject show up a few times here before and was wondering what everyone’s thoughts were. Especially since Camarillasaurus has been confirmed a Spinosaurid, it helps support it as Camarillasaurus is the second species of Spinosaurid from Spain meaning they were clearly prevalent there, but it’s from Northeast Spain, not to far from France.
  4. I made this little list with few nice french Echinoids for exchange,i still have many brachiopods,shells and carboniferous plants,the mail service is still not possible for the States,but i have a parcel already prep as soon as it will work again(very soon i hope ) 2 Discoides subuculus Cénomanian Charente Maritime France 4 Glypticus Hieroglyphicus on the matrix Oxfordian Foug France 1 Nucleolites elongatus Agassiz 1840 Bathonian Jaulny France 0 Temnocidaris (Stereocidaris) sceptrifera (Mantel,1822) - Upper Campanian , Charente Maritime France 2 Hemiaster bufo Cènoma
  5. Few more French samples for exchange for all kind of fossils i don't have already with ID Ammonites 1 Garantiana gr. garantiana (ORBIGNY 1845) Bajocien Calvados - France 2 Parkinsonia parkinsoni (SOWERBY 1821)Bajocien (-170 à -164 millions d'années) supérieur Calvados - France 3 Chondroceras evolvescens Bajocien Calvados Normandy 4 Parkinsonia parkinsoni microcoque (SOWERBY 1821)Bajocien (-170 à -164 millions d'années) supérieur Calvados - France 5 BIGOTITES thevenini (Nicolesco 1917) Bajocien Calvados France 6 Teloceras blagdeni (SOWERBY, 1818) Bajocie
  6. BonuFrailman

    French Theropod tooth?

    Hi again, I saw this tooth online and was wondering what you guys could make of it. The seller calls it a ‘Nuthetes’ tooth but from my knowledge Nuthetes has not been found in France. Something odd to me is the preservation, it just looks off for France. The seller has provided only one photo but a decent amount of information. Let me know what you think. Chevres-Richemont Quarry Chevres-de-Cognac, Charente, SW France France Extremely rare 15mm theropod. Dinosaur, Theropod
  7. BellamyBlake


    I have here a tooth that a seller claims is from a French Meg. It's 2" in length. This is a reputable seller, but my concern is that I don't see a bourlette. Everything else adds up for me and that's the only concern I have. Does anyone else doubt that this is a Meg? Thank you, Bellamy
  8. will stevenson

    Quick hunt at my desk

    http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/40479-somewhere-lost-in-the-fog-in-the-deep-heart-of-picardyfrance/ hi guys got some great matrix from @nalathat came from the picerdy chalk , the topic above shows what you can find sadly no squalid for me but still great fun to search through, took a few hours of picking at it with a pin vice but happy with the results what I started with a few teeth poking out what I found from looking what fell of in transit I picked at it and reduced it to rubble which I have yet to look through
  9. will stevenson

    U. Toarcian french ammos

    Hi guys I was wondering if you could provide me with any more info than tha label provides thanks
  10. The Amateur Paleontologist

    Tips/resources for a friend

    Hey everyone , I have a friend who'd like to learn more about paleontology.. Would any of you know about some introductory paleontology resources (books, magazines, websites) - that are written in French? @Coco @fifbrindacier @caterpillar @herve Thanks a lot! -Christian
  11. caterpillar

    French eocene mammal

    Just finished to prep after 2 monthes of work
  12. Harry Pristis

    Eocene Primate

    From the album: TEETH & JAWS

    "Phosphorite" is a phosphate mineral which is found as microcrystalline concretions of continental (non-marine) origin. Quercy is the name of a 18th century province in the southwest of France. The region of Quercy is notable for its limestone plateau and valleys -- a karstic geology. Phosphorite was mined for fertilizer in Quercy from filled karst cavities -- sinkholes and solution channels -- within a hard, Jurassic limestone. These pockets of phosphate were mined between 1870 and 1890 and then abandoned. Some early reports were done on the fossils from these phospha

    © Harry Pristis 2014

  13. -Andy-

    French Ammonite Needs Id

    Hi all, I've got a sliced ammonite which I am unable to identity. All the seller could tell me was: It's from France. There's pyrite outlines and crystals in it. I didn't take a picture of the other side as it's nothing but a big chunk of grey rock.
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