Monthly Archives: June 2014

From the Collections Room (Belostomatidae)

I’m back at the museum after a short vacation, but the lab didn’t shut down in my absence. Christina took lots of photos of Solite insects while I was gone, including a number of belostomatids.

Posted in From the Collections Room, Invertebrate Paleontology, Newark Supergroup, Solite Quarry | Leave a comment

Secondary Adaptations conference

Immediately after the Carmel Church excavation, Christina and I headed to George Mason University in Fairfax to attend the 7th Secondary Adaptations of Tetrapods to Life in the Water meeting (SecAd). The SecAd meetings occur every three years and have … Continue reading

Posted in Conferences | Leave a comment

Carmel Church Day 12

On Saturday we wrapped up our May Carmel Church excavation. With lots of bones turning up over the last couple of days and all the difficulties introduced by the boulder field, we spent the day prying blocks of sediment and … Continue reading

Posted in Carmel Church Quarry, Chesapeake Group | Leave a comment