Name: Olenellus fowleri Palmer, 1998 Trilobite Order Redlichiida, Family Olenellidae Locality: Lincoln County, Nevada Trilobite Formation: C- Shale, Combined Metals Member, Pioche Shale Formation Stratigraphy: Middle Cambrian
Giant snake fossil, Eocene, 48 million years old - Messel Museum Southern Germany.
Jurassic ammonites from the Dorset coast. From Ulster Museum.
These fossils found in northeastern China show the diversity and small sizes of some of the feathered dinosaurs. Many avian traits evolved in dinosaurs long before birds themselves appeared. Photograph by Robert Clark, Fossils from the Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology, Beijing; Shandong
American Museum of Natural History Trilobite from AMNh
This Bristolia bristolensis (sagittal length: 44mm; total length: 83mm) is one of the most complete and well preserved ever found. It comes from the Lower Cambrian Pioche Formation of western Nevada.
The Burgess Shale Formation, located in the Canadian Rockies of British Columbia, is one of the world’s most celebrated fossil fields.