26.04.2018

Fossil of the Year 2018

Lepidodendron was widespread in Europe and North America around 320 to 300 million years ago. Members of this genus can be found on nearly every coal dump. Remains of this extinct fossil plant, which belongs to the lycopsids, are very common and of both scientific and historical importance. For this reason, it was voted to become the Fossil of the Year 2018.

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A session with the title The Rise of Complex Multicellular Life and Ecologies and Their Role ...

We are happy to announce the annual conference of the Paläontologische Gesellschaft (PalGes) in ...

The 1st Palaeontological Virtual Congress will take place December 1st - 15th, 2018. Registration ...

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