palaeontology

palaeontology

Discussion on the Piltdown Skull
Geologische Elementarkarte, plate 3 (Klöpfel, 1838)
Upper Oolite fossils
Forest Marble fossils

Clay over the Upper Oolite fossils
Fullers Earth fossils
Coral Rag fossils
Clunch Clay fossils

Kelloways Stone fossils
Cornbrash fossils
Oak Tree Clay fossils
Coral Rag fossils

Green Sand fossils
Brick Earth fossils
Portland Stone fossils
‘Craig’ [Crag] fossils

Upper Chalk fossils
Lower Chalk fossils
Green Sand fossils
Tooth of a Mastodon

London Clay fossils
Pterichthys cornutus Agassiz
‘Geological table of British organized fossils…’
Bones from a cave in Wellington Valley, New South Wales, Australia

Charles Moore’s ‘Free Museum’ in Bath
Bones from a cave in Wellington Valley, New South Wales, Australia
Bones from a cave in Wellington Valley, New South Wales, Australia
‘Fossil fish in a nodule of Lias’

Gideon Algernon Mantell (1790-1852)
‘Highbury Grove in 1846’
‘Awful changes’
Head of an ichthyosaur

Hypsilophodon skeleton
‘Jura Formation’
Skull of an Ichthyosaur
Footprint of a Chierotherium

Plesiosaurus macrocephalus from Lyme Regis
Skeleton of a Megatherium
Mammoth bones
Skull of a crocodile with the eye, paddle and teeth of various ichthyosauri

Ichthyosaurus Intermedius from Lyme Regis
Skull of Dicynodon lacerticeps
Fossil horsetail from Bristol
Clathraria lyelli

Skull of Dicynodon testudiceps
Fossil tortoise from Oeningen
Fossil tortoise from Oeningen
Fossil fox from Oeningen

Madrepore from the white chalk, Hunstanton Cliff
Study of an ammonite
Assemblage of fossil bivalves, gastropods and ammonites
Nautilus and bivalves