Monthly Archives: January 2012

Indiana State Museum

Last Thursday I made yet another trip to Indiana, this time for visits to Earlham College and the Indiana State Museum. I had arranged to meet ISM’s paleontologist, Ron Richards, to spend Friday looking at Pleistocene squirrels from various Indiana … Continue reading

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Isorthoceras model

A huge amount of my time over the last several weeks has been spent working on an upcoming VMNH exhibit, which will include a significant component on the Ordovician Period (the reason I’ve been doing so much collecting in Indiana … Continue reading

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Inoceramus donation

Ed Kezar, from Eden, North Carolina stopped by the museum this afternoon to donate a slab of fossil-bearing rock from northern Kansas. 

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