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NORWEGIAN JOURNAL OF GEOLOGY,v 100,2-6 Transition from swimming to walking preserved in tetrapod trackways from the Late Carboniferous of Bjørnøya, Svalbard Seán Thór Herron, Edward James Fleming, & Michael John Flowerdew size:slightly less than 7 mB LINK
Went looking for ferns and plants today. Spent my lunch hour splitting shale nearby. This one caught my eye. The ghosted pattern around the stem is interesting. I feel like it’s part of it seeing how symmetrical it is. And ideas? Length of the stem part is 2 1/8” (Don’t have a metric ruler handy) To me, the bottom portion is the base, so the shape is confusing.
From the album: VertebratesSchizolepis manzanitaensis GOTTFRIED, 1992 Carboniferous Late Pennsylvanian Early Kasimovian Atrasado Formation Kinney Brick Quarry New Mexico USA Length 7cm / 3" Precise age and biostratigraphic significance of the Kinney Brick Quarry Lagerstätte Pennsylvanian of New Mexico.pdf
Hello Everyone, I'm interested in info and thoughts on the Carboniferous Rainforest Collapse. It is an extinction event that they think occurred between the Moscovian and Kasimovian stages of late Carboniferous. Here's a wikipedia article about it. Carboniferous Rainforest Collapse . In my opinion this wikipedia page NEEDS some help. I think some info is incorrect and a little misleading It would appear to me that there may be evidence for the event but recovery happened pretty quickly with a return of most of the species but in a different overall balance. I may be wrong on this and woul