Cephalopod Fossils

Fossils and cephalopods throughout history
Introduction Imagine yourself standing on a bleak windswept Ordovician shore. It is 470 million years ago and you are standing on a rocky...
Views
261
Updated
  • Featured
Covering Terminology used in the Description of Externally Shelled Cephalopods (Nautiloids and Ammonoids) By Kevin Bylund Note: Kevin welcomes...
Views
213
Updated
Note: Phil welcomes discussion on this article in the Cephalopod Fossils forum. Introduction Belemnites are probably the most well known...
Views
170
Updated
Note: Phil welcomes discussion on this article in the Cephalopod Fossils forum. Fossil Octopuses Fossils of octopuses are by far the most...
Views
166
Updated
Note: Phil Eyden welcomes discussion on this article in the Cephalopod Fossils forum. Introduction Architeuthis and Mesonychoteuthis, the...
Views
160
Updated
By Phil Eyden Note: Phil welcomes discussion on this article in the Cephalopod Fossils forum. Ammonites are extinct cephalopods and are among...
Views
112
Updated
History has regarded cephalopod fossils in interesting ways... By Phil Eyden, 2004 INTRODUCTION Before the mid eighteenth century the origin...
Views
99
Updated
By Andy Tenny (neuropteris) The Yorkshire Coast of England exposes a series of marine and terrestrial rocks ranging in age from the lower...
Views
61
Updated
By Phil Eyden Note: Phil welcomes discussion on this article in the Fossils and History forum on the Message Board. Introduction Folkestone...
Views
59
Updated
Cephalopod through the ages By Phil Eyden May 2018 edit - also see this update from @Danna reflecting research through 2017!
Views
50
Updated
Note: Phil welcomes discussion on this article in the Cephalopod Fossils forum. Vampyroteuthis infernalis One of the most interesting...
Views
22
Updated


Top