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Oxytropidoceras posted a topic in Fossil LiteratureCifelli, R., Madsen, S.K. and Larson, M.E., 1996. Techniques for recovery and preparation of microvertebrate fossils (No. 4). Oklahoma Geological Survey. http://preparation.paleo.amnh.org/assets/Madsen1996Microvertebratepreparation.pdf https://www.researchgate.net/publication/259022020_Techniques_for_Recovery_and_Preparation_of_Microvertebrate_Fossils https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Richard_Cifelli/research Hibbard, C.W., 1949. Techniques of collecting microvertebrate fossils. Contributions of the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan 3 (
I noticed that in the wide world of vertebrate paleontology, not a lot of attention is given to India, despite some rather good Mesozoic (notably Triassic) vertebrate sites. I thought it would be nice to share this with the other TFF members, to promote a bit the advances in Indian vertebrate paleo: https://www.researchgate.net/project/Mesozoic-Microvertebrates Some of the papers have the full text available. What do you people think? -Christian
Hi, I recently finished processing 4kg of matrix from a horizon in the Upper Hamstead Mbr. of the Bouldnor Fm. from Bouldnor Cliff and thought I'd share the results! The White Band is definitely the most diverse vertebrate fauna I've collected so far in my short time screen washing, with at least 2/3 genera of fish, 2 genera of reptiles, and 2 genera of mammals, it also has some interesting taphonomy. The White Band refers to a thick Polymesoda shell bed in the Upper Hamstead Mbr. and dates to approximately 33 million years bp during the Rupelian. The Upper Hamstead