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Bruce Lauer currently works at the Paleontology, Lauer Foundation. Their most recent publication is 'A new holomorphic specimen of the rare holocephalian fish, Chimaeropsis paradoxa, from the Late Jurassic Plattenkalk of Germany'.
The lithographic limestone succession in SW Germany includes the lagerstätten of Nusplingen and the Solnhofen areas. The holocephalian faunas from these two centres include isolated tooth plates and dorsal fin spines, as well as minimally disarticulated holomorphic specimens showing high fidelity preservation; members of both the Myriacanthiformes...
Ultraviolet Induced Fluorescence Digital Photography is a useful diagnostic tool for discovery, digital documentation, analysis and curation of palaeontological specimens.
Observations on two specimens of Elasmodectes from Morocco and Germany.
A comparison of Outreach Programs between the Lauer Foundation PSE and NHMUK.
Observations on two specimens of Elasmodectes from the late Cretaceous of Morocco and late Jurassic of Germany.
A Comparison of Outreach Programs of the Lauer Foundation PSE and the NHMUK
A Comparison of the Outreach Programs of the Lauer Foundation PSE and the NHMUK.
The use of UV photography is a valuable diagnostic tool for improved visualization of rarely seen data such as soft tissue preservation and fine structures in the invisible light spectrum of paleontological specimens. This enhanced visual data is of particular importance to the study and documentation of the bulk of our collection of Solnhofen lime...
AN ASSOCIATED DENTITION OF AGASSIZODUS (CHONDRICHTHYES, EUGENEODONTIFORMES) FROM THE UPPER CARBONIFEROUS OF MISSOURI DUFFIN, Christopher, Surrey, England; WARD, David J., Orpington, United Kingdom; LAUER, Bruce H., Wheaton, IL, United States of America; LAUER, Rene L., Wheaton, IL, United States of America The Lauer Foundation for Paleontology, Sc...
Chimaeropsis paradoxa is a myriacanthoid chimaeriform fish (family Chimaeropsidae) from the Late Jurassic Plattenkalk of Eichstätt in Bavaria, described from a single specimen by Karl Alfred von Zittel in 1887. The material was never adequately figured, and the unique holotype was destroyed in World War II. A holomorphic specimen of the fish, sligh...