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  1. Tidgy's Dad

    One Who Causes Fear.

    From BBC News : https://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-56590733
  2. A new paper is out online: Gallina, P. A., Canale, J. I., & Carballido, J. L., 2021. The earliest known titanosaur sauropod dinosaur. Ameghiniana 58(1), 35-51. https://doi.org/10.5710/AMGH.20.08.2020.3376 Ninjatitan is recovered as a basal titanosaur in the cladistic analysis by Gallina et al., making it the oldest primitive titanosaur to be described and at last synchronizes the basal titanosaur fossil record with the timing of the divergence between titanosaurs and other somphospondylans in the earliest Cretaceous.
  3. The article from Science Daily= https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/01/210105130123.htm The Source Paper= https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/paleobiology/article/cretaceouspaleogene-plant-extinction-and-recovery-in-patagonia/94645848E3BE16AC818320248C725734 (I found this paper to be quite well written, and would recommend you read it too.)
  4. I found these small colorful specimens of naturally polished petrified wood, which over millennia were sandblasted by the strong winds blowing across the Patagonia pampas of Argentina.
  5. doushantuo

    Carnotaurus

    1-s2.0-S1631068319301824-main.pdf novel information on the endocranial morphology of the abelisaurid theropod Carnotaurus sastrei Mauricio A Cerroni,Ariana Paulina Carabajal
  6. A new fossil odontocete-related paper is available online: Mariana Viglino; C. Maximiliano Gaetán; José I. Cuitiño; Mónica R. Buono (2020). First Toothless Platanistoid from the Early Miocene of Patagonia: the Golden Age of Diversification of the Odontoceti. Journal of Mammalian Evolution, in press. doi:10.1007/s10914-020-09505-w. Dolgopolis is the first fossil platanistoid known to have relied on suction-feeding rather than raptorial behavior, considering that the xenorophid Inermorostrum and the delphinid Australodelphis are the only extinct odontocetes besides those
  7. New Argentine fossils uncover history of celebrated conifer group Francisco Tutella, Penn State University, June 18, 2020 https://news.psu.edu/story/623337/2020/06/18/research/new-argentine-fossils-uncover-history-celebrated-conifer-group Rossetto‐Harris, G., Wilf, P., Escapa, I.H. and Andruchow‐Colombo, A., 2020. Eocene Araucaria Sect. Eutacta from Patagonia and floristic turnover during the initial isolation of South America. American Journal of Botany. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/341278103_Eocene_Araucaria_Sect_Eutacta_from_Patagonia_and_fl
  8. ajm

    Found in southern chile

    What is it?
  9. Last week I spent ten days visiting Argentina. Most of that time was spent in Patagonia. Argentina does not allow any private fossil collecting, so this wasn't going to be that kind of trip. On our way back from visiting a penguin colony at Punta Tombo we stopped in Trelew whose number one attraction is the Museo Paleontoligico Egidio Feruglio. It primarily features fossils from Patagonia, dinosaurs and mammals, plus Permian age plants, petrified wood, etc. I got to spend a quick hour there and took some photos. Most of the labels were in Spanish and I didn't have time to take notes. Hope you
  10. DD1991

    Diaphorocetus redescribed

    A new fossil sperm whale-related paper is available online: Florencia Paolucci, Mónica R. Buono, Marta S. Fernández, Felix G. Marx & José I. Cuitiño (2019) Diaphorocetus poucheti (Cetacea, Odontoceti, Physeteroidea) from Patagonia, Argentina: one of the earliest sperm whales Journal of Systematic Palaeontology DOI: 10.1080/14772019.2019.1605544 Curious to see if anyone has a copy of this paper, because Diaphorocetus along with Idiorophus is one of the earliest sperm whales known in the fossil record.
  11. DD1991

    Pliosaurus from Patagonia

    Hi, Does anyone have copies of the following papers regarding Pliosaurus: Gasparini, Z., and O'Gorman, J., 2014. A new species of Pliosaurus (Sauropterygia, Plesiosauria) from the upper Jurassic of northwestern Patagonia, Argentina. Ameghiniana; 51 (4): 269-283 O’Gorman, J., Gasparini, Z., & Spalletti, L. (2018). A new Pliosaurus species (Sauropterygia, Plesiosauria) from the Upper Jurassic of Patagonia: New insights on the Tithonian morphological disparity of mandibular symphyseal morphology. Journal of Paleontology, 1-14. doi:10.1017/jpa.2017.82
  12. DD1991

    New titanosaur from Patagonia

    Hi, Is there a copy of the following paper: Leonardo S. Filippi, Leonardo Salgado & Alberto C. Garrido (2019) A new giant basal titanosaur sauropod in the Upper Cretaceous (Coniacian) of the Neuquen Basin, Argentina. Cretaceous Research (advance online publication)doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cretres.2019.03.008Â https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0195667118304816
  13. https://www.france24.com/en/20190204-dinosaur-defended-itself-with-spiny-backbone-found-patagonia https://paleonerdish.wordpress.com/2019/02/04/introducing-bajadasaurus-pronuspinax/ http://novataxa.blogspot.com/2019/02/bajadasaurus.html
  14. Hi all, are there any sites through Argentinian Patagonia where go catching for fossils? Is it legal in the country? Probably at the airport they will not let me outside with fossils, but it will be a nice experience even if i have to leave them to local authorities or museums Thanks
  15. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5556067/Fossils-badass-Argentine-meat-eating-dinosaur-unearthed.html
  16. Silfo

    Texas Heart Clam

    Hello folks. I was ordering my collection of "Texas Heart Clam". I took a few pictures in the process. All in line. I have doubt about the little one. This one still have fragments of shell. What are those marks? parasites? I hope you have enjoyed it. Good hunt.
  17. Silfo

    Maybe a cetacean

    Hello. I found this piece the other day, and I think it's some kind of vertebra. What do you think? The coin is big, about 1 inch. The surface has small porous. The interior is solid. The weight is about 6 kg = 12 lb. I found it about 250 m above sea level, and 2 km from the coast, in a place with a lot of small marine fossil.Is it a cetacean ?. Thanks!
  18. mat3k

    RG NOOB

    Greetings from Argentina; found my first fossil, I`m pretty sure that it`s a whale epiphysis; but wanted to know if ti is possible to ID the species...? Location : Patagonia, Puerto piramides, Chubut, Argentina https://www.google.com.ar/maps/place/Puerto+Piramides,+Chubut/@-42.586614,-64.2642427,1609m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0xbe02de2db616900f:0x6fe8cad4c2a2c841!8m2!3d-42.5701796!4d-64.2787391 Dimensions : across 12,5 cm height 11 cm width 0,5 cm Thanks
  19. Periodically you see theropod material offered for sale from Patagonia and to a collector that's awesome. Typically its specimens obtained before the embargo laws went into affect from Argentina. My experience in looking at what has been offered is that it's often mis-identified as to locality, age and species. Sellers put commonly known dinosaurs identification tags to their specimen like Carnotaurus with complete disregard to the actual age and locality of where that dinosaur was described. That may simply be the information provided to them but they don't verify it and it's easy to do.
  20. Oxytropidoceras

    Oldest Known Nightshade Found in Patagonia

    When did tomatillos start wearing papery jackets? Christian Science Monitor, ‎January 6, 2017‎ http://www.csmonitor.com/Science/2017/0106/When-did-tomatillos-start-wearing-papery-jackets Fossil fruit from 52 million years ago revealed By Helen Briggs, BBC News - ‎Jan 5, 2017‎ http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-38511034 Ancient tomato ancestors found in 52-million-year-old Patagonian stone Waterton Daily Times, January 6, 2016 http://www.watertowndailytimes.com/national/ancient-tomato-ancestors-found-in-52-million-year-old-patago
  21. Patagonian fossil leaves reveal rapid recovery from dinosaur extinction event, November 7, 2016 http://phys.org/news/2016-11-patagonian-fossil-reveal-rapid-recovery.html Ancient insect bite sheds light on mass extinction event that killed dinosaurs: Insect damage on fossilised leaves suggest biodiversity recovered quicker in the Southern hemisphere. by Léa Surugue, November 7, 2016 http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/ancient-insect-bite-sheds-light-mass-extinction-event-that-killed-dinosaurs-1590317 outhern Hemisphere bouced bac
  22. Hello! I'm relatively new here, but I've been coming to this site for years to look at the great photos and read the discussions. I started this topic to share some of my own research that's going on right now about mass mortalities of marine invertebrates in Patagonia, Argentina. Over that past couple of years I've been working in Argentina, studying fossils (mostly decapods and mollusks) which were killed en masse by volcanic ash. We found some really interesting things in our first trip to the Valdes Peninsula, and documented that volcanic ash can have a killing effect on marine fauna even
  23. Hello! I bring to see fossils from Patagonia Argentina , more specifically state of Chubut. They are all found by me and my family to esepcion fly in amber. Thank you for your comments! Shark teeths: stuff: dientes raros: many teeth streak: fish jaw: jaw ray: amber fly: spine of fish:
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