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New fossils for sale

Jurassic plant
Baiera furcata

Extremely rare, oldest Silurian land plant
Cooksonia sp.

Extremely rare inclusion
in genuine Baltic amber

Extremely rare Silurian
fossil fish

Rare Carboniferous Myriapod

Extremely rare
fossil Animal's hair
in Baltic amber

Beautiful, decorative
Pennsylvanian fern
Mariopteris muricata

Exremely rare fossil
Bird Feather

Holotypes from my collection

Fossil fly - holotype
Dicranomyia gorskii
in Baltic amber
Fossil beetle - Histeridae
in Baltic amber
Fossil centipede
in Baltic amber
Fossil fly
with stridulating organ
Ceratopogonidae, Eohelea

Virtual museum of fossil insects and spiders in Baltic amber, fossils shells, fish, plants, and more. Fossils insects and other fossils for sale.

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Fossils from Poland for sale

Crinoid assemblages in the Polish Givetian and Frasnian

Givetian and Frasnian crinoid faunas of the Holy Cross Mts and Silesia-Cracow Region are arranged in fourteen assemblages. Their diversity decreases generally from northern to southern regions reflecting crinoid habitat differentiation during either platform or reef phases of facies development. Distributional patterns are superimposed on a six-step general succession of the faunas which was mainly controlled by environmental changes related to eustatic cycles. Nine crinoid species have been identified by calyces, thirteen species are based on stems attributed to calyx genera, and forty-eight kinds of colurnnals, probably representing distinct species, are classified within artificial supraspecific units. Of them thirteen are new: Anthinocrinus brevicostatus sp. n., Asperocrinus brevispinosus sp. n., Calleocrinus bicostatus sp. n., Calleocrinus kielcensis sp. n., Exaesiodiscus cornpositus sp. n., Kasachstanocrinus tenuis sp. n., Laudonornphalus pinguicostatus sp. n., Noctuicrinus? varius sp. n., Ricebocrinus parvus sp. n., Schyschcatocrinus delicatus sp, n., Schyschcatocrinus sltiformiss p. n., Stenocrinus raricostatus sp. n., and Urushicrinus perbellus sp. n.

Full text: Crinoid assemblages in the Polish Givetian and Frasnian [PDF]

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