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Rumi posted a blog entry in Microfossil Mania!I have recently been studying a sample of washed residues from the Pecan Gap Chalk Formation of the Cretaceous Gulfian Series, from an outcrop in the vicinity of Austin, Texas. Most of the Gulfian formations are richly fossiliferous, and the Pecan Gap is no exception. It has abundant, well-preserved microfossils, particularly forams and ostracodes. In this blog entry I would like to show some forams of the family Nodosariidae, which I find of particular interest. All belong to the genus Frondicularia, which has compressed, biserial tests. Frondicularia archiaciana
I figure to head to the NORTH SULPHUR RIVER in the North Texas cretaceous Taylor Group this Sunday. Its been a while since Ive been out there and its rained pretty good esp out east. Anyone else planning on being out there this Sunday? WFRR