Category Archives: ichthyosaur

EAVP 2016 at Haarlem’s Teylers Museum (1)

After all the recent photogrammetry posts it is high time to get away from “stuff that somehow has to do with dinosaurs a little bit” and finally write again about dinosaurs themselves. Which is why I now will write about … Continue reading

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more Holzmaden marine reptiles – this time at the MfN

Dieser Beitrag auf deutsch. I’ve bombarded you with marine reptiles of all kinds from the Posidonia Shale of Holzmaden before, all of them from the Urweltmuseum Hauff: ichthyosaurs, more ichthyosaurs, and plesiosaurs (including pliosaurs) and crocodiles – as well as … Continue reading

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NHM London – what did I LIKE?

This post was planned for tomorrow, but as it seems I have made a lot of people unhappy with my last one I’ll fire it off as soon as I am done writing. Wouldn’t want anyone to get/retain the impression … Continue reading

Posted in Aves, Dinopics, Dinosauria, ichthyosaur, lower vertebrates, Maniraptora, MfN Berlin, NHM London, Theropoda | 6 Comments

South Germany palaeontology – an ichthyosaur as preview

Pretty soon I plan to bombard you with a ton of photos of fossils from southern Germany – the stuff I grew up with, and that dominated the university museum I studied at, as well as many other places nearby. … Continue reading

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