Fossils

  • Sedimentary boulder on top of volcanic plug Mt Eliza on Lord Howe Island is the remnants of a volcanic plug. Near its basalt and jasper peak lying by the side of the path is a semi-fossiliferous ...
    Posted 7 Jul 2017, 21:25 by Jamie Derkenne
  • 40,000 year-old marine fossils Lord Howe Island Some main fossils were found in the calcarenite soft sandstone at Ned's Beach, Lord Howe Island in June 2017. The fosslis have been dated to 38,000 years old ...
    Posted 18 Jun 2017, 23:04 by Jamie Derkenne
  • Fossil tracks at Middle Beach, Lord Howe Island At the northern end of Middle Beach, Lord Howe Island, at the base of the stairs is a series of what look like fossil bird track imprints. No literature seems ...
    Posted 18 Jun 2017, 22:39 by Jamie Derkenne
  • Megadesmus and Eurydesma Bought a box of fossils from Lawsons Auctioneers, late November 2012. They were bivalves - the line of symmetry runs along the hinge line. The auctioneer said they were from near ...
    Posted 2 Mar 2017, 21:26 by Jamie Derkenne
  • Wee Jasper Wee Jasper, north west of Canberra, Australia, is rolling sheep country, presently gripped by drought. From the hills you can see panoramic views of the Murrumbidgee and Goodradigbee valleys and ...
    Posted 21 Mar 2017, 15:05 by Jamie Derkenne
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