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Fossil List 2010 Examples InvertebratesForams (foraminifer) Nummulites
Fusulinid Triticites Diatoms
Sponges (Phylum Porifera)Hydnoceras Astraeospongia
Bryozoa ARCHIMEDES Rhomboporia Fenestrate
Graptolites (Phylum Hemichordata)Corals (Phylum Cniodaria) Horn & Colonial Corals Heliophyllum
Favosites Hexagonara Halysites Septastraea
Arthropods TrilobitesPhacops Isotelus Cryptolithus
Elrathia Eurypterids Insects Crustaceans Shrimp Lobster
Crab Horseshoe crab Barnicles Balanus
Brachiopods Lingula Inarticulate Articulate Platystrophia
Atrypa Mucrospirifer Rafinesquina
Leptaena Composita Juresania
Molluscs (Phylum Mollusca)Bivalves (Clams mussels oysters) Pecten Gryphaea Exogyra Pholadomya
Gastropods (Snails) Conus Turnitella Worthenia Platyceras
Cypraea Cephalopods (Nautiloids Ammonoids Belemnoids) Orthoceras Nautilus
Dactylioceras Baculites Belemnites Ammonite
Echinoderms CrinonidsStem pieces Stems Columns Crinonid Fronds Calyxes
Echinoids Sea urchins Heart urchins Sand dollars
Asteroids Sea Stare Brittle Stars
Blastiods Blastoid Pentremites Vertebates Fish Jawless Fish Agnathans Armored Fish (Placoderms) Dunkleosteus
Bothriolepis Cartilagenous Fish Chrondrichthyans Sharks and Rays Megalodon Shark’s Tooth Shark Vertebra Shark Jaws
Sting Ray Barbs Ray teeth Bony Fish (Osteichthyans)
Reptiles Mammal-like reptiles (Theraspids)Dimetrodon Lystrosaurus Ichthyosaurs Plesiosaurs
Dinosaurs Saurischians (Lizard hipped)Allosaurus Apatosaurus
Coelophysis Deinonychus Plateosaurus
Ornithischians (Bird hipped)Iguanodon Stegosaurus
Birds Archaeopteryx Mammals Whale Vertebra
Mammuthus (Mammoth) Mammoth Tooth Mammut (Mastodon) Mastodon Tooth Mammals Hyracotherium Dawn Horse Fossil Tooth Eocene
Equis Horse tooth fossilSmilodon-Sabre Tooth Cat Neanderthalensis Skull
Plants Horsetails Annularia Calamites Ferns
Scale Tree Lepidodendron Seed Fern Glossopteris Gymnosperm Metasequoia
Ginkgo Angiosperm Acer
Trace Fossils Trails, BoringsTrilobite Trails Borings Tracks, Trackways Dinosaur Footprint Dinosaur Trackway
Burrows Worm Burrow Cast Herbivore Carnivore Coprolites Other Fossils Trapped in amber
Trapped in tar Petrified wood Stromatolites
Fossils November 17. Genus Lingula Kingdom Animalia Phylum Brachiopoda Class Inarticulata Cretaceous (Mesozoic) “tailed mussel” Filter feeder Burrows.
Why are fossils important to learn about? Fossils provide a record of life on Earth from as long as 1 billion years ago Help us to understand the different.
Order Fusulinida Single-celled Protists Size of a grain of rice Lived in clear water Phylum Foraminifera (Forams) Kingdom Protozoa.
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Ammonites Jurasic Age approx. 146 – 200 million years old Class: Cephalopod Modern Relatives: squid, snails.
History of Life 2 Brian O’Meara EEB464 Fall 2013 Lisa Marshall BBC Walking with Monsters.
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Animal Scavenger Hunt. Sponges and Cnidarians Invertebrates Sponge is covered with pores Cnidarians have stinging cells.
FOSSILS IDENTIFICATION AND CLASSIFICATION. Linnean Classification Geologists classify fossils using the same classification for living things: Kingdom,
Paleontology Studying The Fossil Record. Phylogeny The evolutionary history of a species or a group of species over geologic time The evolutionary history.
Geological Range of Plants. Archaeopteris fossil plant- Sphenophyta Progymnosperm Devonian through Mississippian Archaeopteris fossil plant- Sphenophyta.
History of Life Project: The Jurassic Era. Jurassic Period: During the Mesozoic Era million years ago (according to the Smithsonian Museum of.
Animals AP Review. List and describe the 3 groups of mollusks. Bivalves: hinged shells, clams, scallops Cephalopods: have tentacles, squid, octopus Gastropods:
Biology II Mrs. Pomarico. Biology II Semester course Semester course 4 units: 4 units: Types of plants Types of plants Structure and Physiology of plants.
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Common Fossils Did you know? Fossils must usually be at least 10,000 years old to be considered fossils!
Mesozoic Era Life.
Geologic Time Scale NB #41.
Geologic Time Line 4.7 bya to present. I. Precambrian 3 parts: 1. Hadean Eon 2. Archeozoic Eon 3. Proterozoic Eon.
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DINOSAURS. Introduction Dinosaur means “terrible lizard” Characteristics of dinosaurs: Very diverse Herbivores and carnivores Bipedal or quadrupedal Terrestrial.
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Precambrian Eukaryotes Acritarchs Ediacaran Vendian.
Essential Question: summarize the development of the geologic column and its Major units of time 18.1 The Geologic Time Scale Homework: 5/8 vocabulary.
Archaebacteria “Acient Bacteria” -Domain: Archae - Prokaryotes - Both autotrophic and heterotrophic - All are single celled.
Plankton Organisms that drift with the currents. Zooplankton Animal plankton – many different types Heterotrophic – primary consumers.
Take II. 3 Domains Highest level of organization Bacteria: prokaryotes Archaea: Live in extreme environments Eukarya: Protists, fungi, animals & plants.
Kingdom Animalia Invertebrates. Cell Type/ Description Multicellular Nucleus Cell Organelles.
Kingdom Animalia zoology: the study of animals. General Characteristics have tissues and most have organs no chlorophyll - can't make own food cells not.
Mankind and Fossils David L. Dillon, M.Sc.. Introduction In this assignment you will be required to learn how fossils are categorized. You will also be.
Mesozoic Life. Life of the Mesozoic Era Age of Reptiles –most diverse and abundant land dwellers Mammals appear Birds appear Flowering plants appear Some.
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Calcite Reaction Calcite is composed of calcium, carbon and oxygen CaCO 3 = Calcium Carbonate Found naturally as calcite and chalk Acid reacts and gives.
The Mesozoic Era When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth. The Mesozoic Era §Began approximately 245 million years ago after a major mass extinction. §Is subdivided.
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Phyla of Kingdom Animalia n Porifera n Cnidaria n Ctenophora n Platyhelminthes n Ectoprocta n Mollusca n Annelida n Arthropoda n Echinodermata n Chordata.
This period is about 5 times as long as the Paleozoic and Mesozoic combined, a very long time. Less is known about it than the younger time periods. The.
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