Fossils at Sternberger

“Sternberger”, ([ʃtɛʁn bɛʁɡɐ]) Written by Karina Thiede a local speciality from the glacial ecstatic Boulders of northern Germany. The Sternberger is also sometimes referred as Sternberger Cake” because it Florentine biscuit like texture. The Steinberger is occurrence is highly localised. It occurs only in the vicinity of the small Town of Sternberg and Kobrow (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern). […]

Fossils at Hamar Laghdad

Fossils at the Hamar Laghdad in Morocco. The Hamar Laghdad side is above all famous for its fossils. The Kess-Kess mounds mud located at Hamar Laghdad offer a very interesting and unique geology too. Fossil Marble & Stonemasonry. Obviously many fossils can be found in that region between Erfoud and Rissani. But in fact these […]

Ediacara fossils at Arkhangelsk region

The Russian Ediacara Fossils are mainly been found on the White See, Arkhangelsk Region. One of the most interesting sites is located relative close to the City of Severodvinsk, about 5 km south of city diversion dam on at the Solza River. The most Vendian fossils we see these days on the market seems to […]

Fossils at Hienheim

Hienheim Fossils In Hienheim it is all about fossil Brittle Stars.   The most Hienheim Fossils are Echinoderms everything else is rare. The old Quarry of Hienheim is in the age and general setting relative similar to Solnhofen. It is slightly younger. But represent are more shallow environment.  In general the stone can not be […]

Fossils at Ded Hill.

Fossils from the classical Czech Site of Ded Hill. The classical fossil site of the Ded Hill offers some remarkelbly well preserved specimens from the upper Ordovician (Sandbian). It is also a true Konservat Lagerstaette with soft body fossils. Articulated fossils are very rare from this locality, even more rare are specimens in soft tisue […]