Micro-paleontology and micro-fossils

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  • #23025

    Mike Cable
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    A forum devoted to both true micro-fossils, fossils that are best observed with magnification, preparation technique for micro-fossils, microscopes, photography and thin sections.

     

    #23029

    Eleanor Gardner
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    Hi, @mike-cable!  Great idea for a forum.  I can share some of the microfossil identification resources from my graduate micropaleontology course.  And perhaps @laura-cotton could join in on this forum as well — foraminifera are her specialty.  Mike, would you be the forum moderator?

    #23030

    Laura Cotton
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    Hi @mike-cable and @egardner! Yes I would be happy to help with this. We need to spread the word that microfossils are just as cool (if not cooler) than all those macrofossils (Eleanor, I actually managed to log in again).

    #23106

    Eleanor Gardner
    Keymaster

    I’ll set up a forum, then!  @mike-cable, do you study a particular group of microfossils?  I’m partial to foraminifera myself.

    @laura-cotton, very glad you found your log-in credentials!  Welcome back to the myFOSSIL site 😉

    #33862

    Geoff Ruonavarra
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    Any idea whose winning this excrement show?

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    #34119

    Geoff Ruonavarra
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    Can someone id this hitchhiker? Applied a drop if water for clarity,  and after 15 minutes of bobbing up and down it got up and walked away

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    Geoff Ruonavarra
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    Another good one

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