Sponges

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Sponges

Bericht door fifbrindacier » 10 feb 2020, 21:02

Hi everybody, i wish you a happy new year and hope you're all fine. :D
I come back to you because i need help for identifying sponges or sponge-like fossils someone gave me.

1) Cretaceous, locality unknown. Maybe a Jereica ?
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2) Cap Blanc nez, so Cenomanian or Turonian
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3) Cap Blanc nez
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Bericht door fifbrindacier » 10 feb 2020, 21:17

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4) Cap Blanc nez ?
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IMG_1098.JPG (129.57 KiB) 358 keer bekeken
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Re: Sponges

Bericht door fifbrindacier » 10 feb 2020, 21:21

I also have the project to write an article on sponges for the periodical of my club. I found some interesting sources like Palaeos or Christophe Quintin, but if you have other interesting documents i'd be interested.

Thank you very much.

Sophie.




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