Coelophysis and the Return of the Hairy Museum

Matt Celeskey (the Hairy Museum of Natural History) has returned after a blogging hiatus with the first of what offers to be an excellent series of posts on the New Mexico Museum of Natural History's Coelophysis Quarry block and what information it is yielding about the taphonomy of the site and the critters found within. It is another good example of the caliber of information you can get by careful, detailed analysis of the fossils and the surrounding sediments.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Bill -

    Thanks for the link and for checking back in!

    It's good to be posting again, and with a substantial block of fossils to talk about. With any luck, I hope to have some more Triassic content coming down the pike after wrapping up the Coelophysis posts.


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