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Winding Oak's Bookology Magazine

A Few Favorite Fossils

by The Bookologist

Here at the magazine we’ve been looking at a lot of paleontology lately, and we thought we’d share a few of the downright gorgeous or just plain cool fossils that sneaked onto our computers as we prepared this month’s issue. After all, who’s not a pushover for a pretty rock?

 

Photo Credits
Ichthyosaur and Trilobite: Natural History Museum of Great Britain
Argentinian “Terror Bird”: M. Taglioretti and F. Scaglia.
Chinese Fuxianhuia protensa with brain: Xiaoya Ma
Australian stromatolite: Shanan Peters/University of Wisconsin-Madison
Canadian Arctic Fishapod: Ted Daeschler
Antarctic Sea Lillies: Shanan Peters/University of Wisconsin-Madison
South African hand bones: L.Berger – University of Witwatersrand
All other photos courtesy Wikimedia commons.

3 Responses to A Few Favorite Fossils

  1. Tricia June 6, 2015 at 3:49 pm #

    Trilobites! They are the humble heroes of my new middle grade novel, “Moonpenny Island”.

  2. Chris Leins June 13, 2018 at 7:52 am #

    Regarding:
    “Antarctic Sea Lillies: Shanan Peters/University of Wisconsin-Madison”
    is actually Periglyptocrinus, Bobcaygeon-Formation, Brechin, Canada;
    recently described/renamed in:
    Cole, Ausich, Wright & Koniecki (2018): An echinoderm Lagerstätte from the Upper Ordovician (Katian), Ontario: taxonomic re-evaluation and description of new dicyclic camerate crinoids

  3. Chris Leins June 13, 2018 at 7:54 am #

    see more at
    http://www.fossilcrinoids.com/ordovician.html

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