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Introduction Imagine yourself standing on a bleak windswept Ordovician shore. It is 470 million years ago and you are standing on a rocky...
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Note: Phil welcomes discussion on this article in the Cephalopod Fossils forum. Fossil Octopuses Fossils of octopuses are by far the most...
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Note: Phil welcomes discussion on this article in the Cephalopod Fossils forum. Introduction Belemnites are probably the most well known...
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Note: Phil Eyden welcomes discussion on this article in the Cephalopod Fossils forum. Introduction Architeuthis and Mesonychoteuthis, the...
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By Phil Eyden Note: Phil welcomes discussion on this article in the Cephalopod Fossils forum. Ammonites are extinct cephalopods and are among...
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History has regarded cephalopod fossils in interesting ways... By Phil Eyden, 2004 INTRODUCTION Before the mid eighteenth century the origin...
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By Phil Eyden Note: Phil welcomes discussion on this article in the Fossils and History forum on the Message Board. Introduction Folkestone...
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Note: Phil welcomes discussion on this article in the Cephalopod Fossils forum. Vampyroteuthis infernalis One of the most interesting...
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Cephalopod through the ages By Phil Eyden May 2018 edit - also see this update from @Danna reflecting research through 2017!
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