I mentioned in my last post that water bugs from the family Belostomatidae are among the most common insects at the Solite Quarry. Christina was recently photographing a rather nondescript piece of the insect bed that demonstrates this quite well.
- Current activities from the Virginia Museum of Natural History Paleontology Department, and information about fossils and geology, updated by Dr. Alton “Butch” Dooley.
- RT @AndyFarke: Should museums charge for enquiries? [the answer from @janfreedman: no!] fromshanklin.wordpress.com/2014/07/22/sho… 1 day ago
- RT @maggiekb1: Field dissections of a Bantha, a Dewback, and a Krayt Dragon by @JohnRHutchinson whatsinjohnsfreezer.com/2014/07/22/hol… #Tatooinescience 1 day ago
- RT @paleeoguy: @AshFrag holds a 75 Ma wasp coccoon with preserved spiral structure. @Ichnologist published on this site in 2011. http://t.c… 2 days ago
- RT @AndyFarke: @MarysRevenge @TomHoltzPaleo True fact: "Fish skull bone" is correct ID for 99% of mystery fossils. 2 days ago
- RT @BadAstronomer: On July 21, 1969, there was only one human being alive who was not in this picture. And he took it. http://t.co/mHENQFOO… 3 days ago