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Triassic Collection

Background imageTriassic Collection: Continental Drift

Continental Drift
The world 200 million years ago in Upper Triassic times, showing the single continent of Pangaea and the universal ocean, Panthalassa

Background imageTriassic Collection: Map of the continents and seas in the Upper Triassic

Map of the continents and seas in the Upper Triassic period. North America, Atlantis, Europe, Asia, Gondwanaland. Colour print after an illustration from Wilhelm Bolsches Das Leben der Urwelt

Background imageTriassic Collection: Extinct Nothosaurus, mid-Triassic period

Extinct Nothosaurus, mid-Triassic period
Nothosaurus, extinct genus of sauropterygian reptile from the shell-bearing limestone seas, mid-Triassic period. Illustration from Wilhelm Bolsches Das Leben der Urwelt, Prehistoric Life

Background imageTriassic Collection: Ceratodus latissimus, extinct sarcopterygiian

Ceratodus latissimus, extinct sarcopterygiian lungfish from mid Triassic to late Cretaceous.. Colour printed illustration by Heinrich Harder from Tiere der Urwelt Animals of the Prehistoric World

Background imageTriassic Collection: Cheirotherium footprint

Cheirotherium footprint
Footprints of Cheirotherium stortonense, an extinct reptile, on a slab of Triassic sandstone from Storeton, Cheshire, UK

Background imageTriassic Collection: Plesiosaur

Plesiosaur
An illustration by Neave Parker of the extinct marine reptile, Plesiosaur. These lived throughout most of the Mesozoic (MZ) era becoming extinct 65 million years ago at the time of the K-T extinction

Background imageTriassic Collection: Reconstruction of an extinct Mastodonsaurus giganteus

Reconstruction of an extinct Mastodonsaurus giganteus, Triassic period. Illustration from Wilhelm Bolsches Das Leben der Urwelt, Prehistoric Life, Georg Dollheimer, Leipzig, 1932

Background imageTriassic Collection: Reconstruction of an extinct Pareiasaur, Bradysaurus baini

Reconstruction of an extinct Pareiasaur, Bradysaurus baini. Illustration from Wilhelm Bolsches Das Leben der Urwelt, Prehistoric Life, Georg Dollheimer, Leipzig, 1932

Background imageTriassic Collection: Fossil skeleton of an extinct Plateosaurus trossingensis

Fossil skeleton of an extinct Plateosaurus trossingensis
Fossil skeleton of an extinct predatory dinosaur, Plateosaurus trossingensis, Late Triassic period. Illustration from Wilhelm Bolsches Das Leben der Urwelt, Prehistoric Life, Georg Dollheimer

Background imageTriassic Collection: Extinct oviparous Protoceratops laying eggs

Extinct oviparous Protoceratops laying eggs
Extinct oviparous dinosaur Protoceratops laying eggs. Reconstruction after discoveries in the Gobi desert. They were 2.7m long, and the eggs were 30cm

Background imageTriassic Collection: View of a crocodile swamp, south Germany, Triassic period

View of a crocodile swamp, south Germany, Triassic period. Crocodile-like Belodon and a large predatory dinosaur of the time

Background imageTriassic Collection: Extinct Mosasaur, Pterosaur and sea turtle

Extinct Mosasaur, Pterosaur and sea turtle
An extinct seasnake-like Mosasaur in the Niobrara sea, North America, late Cretaceous. A pterosaur, Pteranodon, at left, and sea turtle at right

Background imageTriassic Collection: Extinct sea crocodile, Teleosaurus genus, Jurassic period

Extinct sea crocodile, Teleosaurus genus, Jurassic period. Illustration by Hugo Wolff-Maage from Wilhelm Bolsches Das Leben der Urwelt, Prehistoric Life, Georg Dollheimer, Leipzig, 1932

Background imageTriassic Collection: Animals and plants of the Triassic era

Animals and plants of the Triassic era in Germany. Date: BCE

Background imageTriassic Collection: Elginia mirabilis, extinct pareiasaur

Elginia mirabilis, extinct pareiasaur, and Hyperodapedon gordoni, extinct rhynchosaur.. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F

Background imageTriassic Collection: Helicoprion with tooth whorl and Xenacanthus

Helicoprion with tooth whorl and Xenacanthus, prehistoric shark.. Both became extinct in the Triassic. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F

Background imageTriassic Collection: Main Volcanic Neck in Triassic Sandstone, Scrabo, Newtownard

Main Volcanic Neck in Triassic Sandstone, Scrabo, Newtownards - a view of the plug of a volcano in sandstone surround. (Location: Northern Ireland; County Down; Newtownards). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageTriassic Collection: Transverse Dykes Or Sills in Triassic Sandstone, Scrabo

Transverse Dykes Or Sills in Triassic Sandstone, Scrabo. Newtownards - a view of strata in an exposed section of hillside. (Location: Northern Ireland; County Down; Newtownards)

Background imageTriassic Collection: A Dyke of Basalt (A) Piercing Triassic Sandstone

A Dyke of Basalt (A) Piercing Triassic Sandstone
A Dyke of Basalt(A) Piercing Triassic Sandstone(C) and Sending Intrusive Sheets Or Sills(B) Into It - a diagram of Volcanic activity. (Location: Ireland). Date: circa early 1900s

Background imageTriassic Collection: Triassic landscape with plants and amphibians

Triassic landscape with plants and amphibians.. Chromolithograph from Dr. Fr. Rolles Geology and Paleontology section in Gotthilf Heinrich von Schuberts Natural History, Schreiber, Munich, 1886

Background imageTriassic Collection: Fossil conifer trees, shells and lobster

Fossil conifer trees, shells and lobster.. Chromolithograph from Dr. Fr. Rolles Geology and Paleontology section in Gotthilf Heinrich von Schuberts Natural History, Schreiber, Munich, 1886

Background imageTriassic Collection: Fossils of the Mastodonsaurus giganteus, an

Fossils of the Mastodonsaurus giganteus, an extinct amphibian. Head, tooth and dung (coprolith).. Handcolored lithograph from Dr. F.A

Background imageTriassic Collection: Belodon, Krokodil, Belodon kapfii, extinct

Belodon, Krokodil, Belodon kapfii, extinct species of crocodile-like phytosaur from the Triassic.. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F

Background imageTriassic Collection: Mastodonsaurus, extinct giant amphibian

Mastodonsaurus, extinct giant amphibian, and Pareiasaurus, extinct anapsid reptile.. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F

Background imageTriassic Collection: Nothosaurus mirabilis, extinct sauropterygian

Nothosaurus mirabilis, extinct sauropterygian reptile from the Triassic.. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F

Background imageTriassic Collection: Reptiles and amphibian of the Triassic

Reptiles and amphibian of the Triassic.. Lithograph after an illustration by J. Smit from H. N. Hutchinsons Extinct Monsters and Creatures of Other Days, Chapman and Hall, London, 1894

Background imageTriassic Collection: A Tertiary Igneous Dyke

A Tertiary Igneous Dyke
A Tertiary igneous dyke cutting through a sandstone deposit. The igneous rock pierced its way through the earths crust in a vertical fissure

Background imageTriassic Collection: Ichthyosaur

Ichthyosaur
A plastic toy model of the extinct marine reptile, Ichthyosaur, created by Invicta Ltd. These reptiles lived during the Jurassic and Triassic periods, becoming extinct around 90 million years ago

Background imageTriassic Collection: Proganochelys quenstedti (Baur, 1887) skull

Proganochelys quenstedti (Baur, 1887) skull
A fossil skull that once belonged to the oldest known extinct turtle, Proganochelys quenstedti. This specimen is from the Keuper at Wurttemberg. Cast on the right, original specimen on the left

Background imageTriassic Collection: Homoeosaurus maximiliani

Homoeosaurus maximiliani
A fossil specimen of Homoeosaurus maximiliani, a Sphenodontid lizard which dates back to the Triassic period. This specimen was discovered at the Kimeridgian Lithographic stone, Kelheim, Bavaria

Background imageTriassic Collection: Dicroidium sp. seed fern

Dicroidium sp. seed fern
Fossil Triassic plant from Queensland, Australia

Background imageTriassic Collection: Triassic and Devonian rocks

Triassic and Devonian rocks
An angular unconformity between two rock formations: Triassic rocks (horizontal) on Devonian rocks (inclined at about 40 degrees), western England, UK

Background imageTriassic Collection: Euparkeria

Euparkeria
A model of Euparkeria. This was an early archosauriform, a type of carnivorous and terrestrial reptile that lived around 225 million years ago during the Early Triassic period

Background imageTriassic Collection: Paracyclotosaurus davidi, model

Paracyclotosaurus davidi, model
A reconstruction from the only known specimen of Paracyclotosaurus davidi, a Labyrinthodont, an early amphibian whose skeleton was 2.75 metres long

Background imageTriassic Collection: Glossopteris browniana

Glossopteris browniana
Fossil from Nagpur, India. Tongue-shaped leaves of the extinct Glossopteris are characteristic of the Permian and Triassic rocks of Gondwana. Specimen held at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageTriassic Collection: Petrified wood

Petrified wood
Close-up showing the petrified wood from the coniferous forest, Arizona, U.S.A dating back to the Triassic period 200 to 251 million years ago

Background imageTriassic Collection: Araucarioxylon arizxonicum, conifer

Araucarioxylon arizxonicum, conifer
Polished section through the trunk of Araucarioxylon arizxonicum, the dominant conifer of Petrified Forest National Park, Arizona, USA. Width approx. 25 cm. Dates back to the Late Triassic period

Background imageTriassic Collection: Megazostrodon skull

Megazostrodon skull
Specimen from the Late Triassic to Early Jurassic of Lesotho, Africa. Megazostrodon was thought to be a small, mouse-sized, nocturnal mammal and fed on insects

Background imageTriassic Collection: Isochirotherium footprint

Isochirotherium footprint
A cast of fossil footprints, measuring 38 cms long, from both hind feet of Isochirotherium herculis, an extinct reptile, discovered in Tarporley, Cheshire

Background imageTriassic Collection: Rhynchosaurus footprints

Rhynchosaurus footprints
Fossil footprints made by Rhynchosaurus on a slab of Triassic, Keuper Sandstone from a quarry in Rathbone Street, Liverpool. Dimensions of slab are 5 inches x 6 inches

Background imageTriassic Collection: ARGENTINA. SAN JUAN. Ischigualasto National Park

ARGENTINA. SAN JUAN. Ischigualasto National Park. Moon Valley (Triassic geological period). Clay spheres

Background imageTriassic Collection: Mesozoic L scape

Mesozoic L scape
Landscape of the Mesozoic (Triassic, Jurassic or Cretaceous) era, showing dinosaurs and erupting volcanoes in the distance

Background imageTriassic Collection: Animals and plants of the Triassic era

Animals and plants of the Triassic era
German landscape, with animals, during the Triassic Era



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