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Molaria - A Cambrian Invertebrate

        Two fossil photos of Molaria spinifera are on this link. [Note - There is a row of small images are under it. Clicking on the one at the left
Neal Robbins
2:21 AM
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Phoebetria palpebrata - A Living Relative of Diomedavus knapptonensi

    These links have photos of Phoebetria palpebrata.File:Phoebetria palpebrata - Flying 2.jpg - Wikimedia Commons ... File:Phoebetria palpebrata - Flying
Neal Robbins
Jul 22
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Diomedavus knapptonensis - A Bird of the Oligocene

    Diomedavus knapptonensis was a bird of the Oligocene. The systematic paleontology of it is: Aves Linnaeus 1758Procellariiformes Furbringer
Neal Robbins
Jul 22
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Re: Thomashuxleya - A Mammal of the Eocene

You're welcome, Tom. Thomashuxleya definitely resembled a horse, but I don't think that I would attempt to ride that long ago Eocene beast. While I was a kid,
Neal Robbins
Jul 20
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Re: Thomashuxleya - A Mammal of the Eocene

Thanks for the latest post, Neal. Now that's a mean looking horse (LOL). I think I rode a few like that when my dad was the foreman of a ranch and made me work
Tom Johnson
Jul 20
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Thomashuxleya - A Mammal of the Eocene

    These links have illustrations of Thomashuxleya.Liquid Fire:楽天ブログ ... Liquid Fire:楽天ブログ
Neal Robbins
Jul 20
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Albertavenator curriei - A Theropod Dinosaur of the Cretaceous

        This link has a piece of artwork that portrays Albertavenator curriei. A science news article by Enrico de Lazaro is also
Neal Robbins
Jul 18
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Re: Bystrowiella - A Reptiliomorph of the Triassic

Hi Tom, You're right; chroniosuchians were a group of reptiliomorphs that survived the end Permian extinction and made it into the Triassic. They got to see
Neal Robbins
Jul 17
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Bystrowiella (Complete Version)

      An illustration of Bystrowiella is on this link.Bystrowiella ... Bystrowiella ...     Bystrowiella was a reptiliomorph of the Triassic. The
Neal Robbins
Jul 17
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Re: Bystrowiella - A Reptiliomorph of the Triassic

Thanks, Neal. It looks like this fellow survived the Permian extinction. Nice articles. Appreciated, buddy. Tom Tom & Ginger Johnson
Tom Johnson
Jul 17
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Bystrowiella - A Reptiliomorph of the Triassic

    An illustration of Bystrowiella is on this link.Bystrowiella ... Bystrowiella ...     Bystrowiella was a reptiliomorph of the Triassic. The
Neal Robbins
Jul 17
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Re: Gracilisuchus stipanicicorum - A Reptile of the Triassic

You're welcome, Tom. The reptiles of the group Crurotarsi have been here for quite a while. The Triassic was a period in which reptiles diversified a lot.
Neal Robbins
Jul 15
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Re: Gracilisuchus stipanicicorum - A Reptile of the Triassic

An interesting Crocodylomorph, if that's what it is, Neal. Very small, and walks on it's back legs up. Probably fed on insects and other small creatures, I
Tom Johnson
Jul 14
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Gracilisuchus stipanicicorum - A Reptile of the Triassic

    An illustration of Gracilisuchus is on this link.http://pristichampsus.deviantart.com/art/Gracilisuchus-396664001     Gracilisuchus stipanicicorum
Neal Robbins
Jul 14
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Re: Tsiiyazhi abini - A Bird of the Paleocene

You're welcome, Tom. Those mousebirds are only in Africa now, but in times past they were in other places. As the authors of the articles in my post mentioned,
Neal Robbins
Jul 12
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