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Re: Fossils

Postby le coeur brise » May 9th, 2009, 9:18 am

What is the difference between calamites and annularia?

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Postby le coeur brise » May 9th, 2009, 9:20 am

what are the distinct differences between coelophysis and velociraptors???
coelophysis has a thinner and longer skull and it's smaller and lighter than velociraptor. velociraptor has a small nostril. coelophysis has a longer tail. i hope you find this useful

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Re: Fossils

Postby cookies » May 9th, 2009, 12:29 pm

What is the difference between calamites and annularia?
lol i wanted to know that too :)

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Re: Fossils

Postby soobsession » May 9th, 2009, 2:56 pm

Fusulinids-
Class- Fusulinid
Family: Fusulinidae
I'm not sure but i think this is right. :?:
im not sure about the class but the family is definitely right (fusulinidae)

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Re: Fossils

Postby soobsession » May 9th, 2009, 3:00 pm

Does anybody know what the name Platastrophia means/originated from?
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if you know anyone who speaks...im guessing latin, maybe greek, you can try to figure out where the name originates from...and the meaning.

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Re: Fossils

Postby soobsession » May 9th, 2009, 3:05 pm

What is the difference between calamites and annularia?
lol i wanted to know that too :)
annularia and calamites are the same plant. annularia are the leaves and calamites is the bark...i dont know why they have different names...youd think they could just call the whole plant the same name, right ;)

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Re: Fossils

Postby gneissisnice » May 9th, 2009, 3:45 pm

When they discovered them, they thought that they were two different plants.
It wasnt until later that they realized that they were just different parts of the same plant.
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Fossils: 1st @ reg. 3rd @ states (stupid dinosaurs...) 5th @ nats.
Dynamic: 1st @ reg. 19thish @ states, 18th @ nats
Herpetology (NOT the study of herpes): NA
Enviro Chem: 39th @ states =(
Cell Bio: 9th @ reg. 18th @ nats
Remote: 6th @ states 3rd @ Nats
Ecology: 5th @ Nats

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Re: Fossils

Postby JonnyC » May 9th, 2009, 6:28 pm

Could someone check to see if the geologic time scale portion of the wiki is correct? Because I'm getting some conflicting data.

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Re: Fossils

Postby gneissisnice » May 10th, 2009, 6:01 am

Someone edited some of my fossils wiki in the geologic time era, I know I never wrote about supereons :(
But it still looks generally correct, what discrepancies are you seeing?
2009 events:
Fossils: 1st @ reg. 3rd @ states (stupid dinosaurs...) 5th @ nats.
Dynamic: 1st @ reg. 19thish @ states, 18th @ nats
Herpetology (NOT the study of herpes): NA
Enviro Chem: 39th @ states =(
Cell Bio: 9th @ reg. 18th @ nats
Remote: 6th @ states 3rd @ Nats
Ecology: 5th @ Nats

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Re: Fossils

Postby JonnyC » May 10th, 2009, 6:20 am

Some things like

Is it Carboniferous period, or Pennsylvanian/Mississippian period?

And some of the info like Did land animals emerge during the silurian or devonian period?


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