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A fossil of the ginkgoalean leaf Yimaia capituliformis.

A fossil of the ginkgoalean leaf Yimaia capituliformis.

Porana oeningen fossil flower

Researchers are using the Museum's fossil invertebrate, micropalaeontology and palaeobotany collections to unravel the origins and evolution of these diverse groups.

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The One Basic Fact About History That Time Travellers Always Forget

Ginko digitata, 5,5x4cm, fossil, Tranquille Shale, Cache Creek, Canada, éocène (56 to 33.9 million years ago)

Ginko digitata, 5,5x4cm, fossil, Tranquille Shale, Cache Creek, Canada, éocène (56 to 33.9 million years ago)

The carbonised fossil leaves of a Jurassic Ginkgo tree.  The remarkable genome of the Ginkgo biloba has been sequenced.

The carbonised fossil leaves of a Jurassic Ginkgo tree. The remarkable genome of the Ginkgo biloba has been sequenced.

Dipterus valenciennesi (Sedgwick and Murchison, 1828) Infraphylum Gnathostomata, Superclass Osteichthyes, Class Sarcopterygii, Rhipidistia (unranked), Subclass Dipnoi, Order Dipteriformes, Family Dipteridae Geological Time: Middle Devonian (385 Million Years Old) Size: Fossil fish is 300 mm long Fossil Site: Achanarras Slate Quarry, Old Red Sandstone Formation, Caithness, Scotland

Devonian Dipterus valenciennesi Lungfish Fossil from Achanarras Slate Quarry, Caithness, Scotland

Found in the Daohugou Biota in Mongolia, the fossil of this salamander Chunerpeton showing not only the preserved skeleton but also the skin and even external gills. The fossil dates back to the Jurassic Period, about 160 million years ago.

In Photos: Wacky Fossil Animals from Jurassic China

Prequel outshines the original: Exceptional fossils of doahugou biota. This is the fossil of the salamander Chunerpeton showing not only the preserved skeleton but also the skin and even external gills.

Ginkgo huttoni fossil

Ginkgo biloba -The Ginkgo Pages-: Ginkgo fossils.

Fossil Bee. Colorado Florissant Fossil Beds. Lived in Oligocere, about 35 million years ago.

Fossil wasp - Eocene epoch - 56 - million years ago - Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument - Image : Bud Wobus

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