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Eric Poirot   31-12-2006 at 11:11

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Hi All,
I apologize for writing in english, but I don't speak at all Dutch language (not at all !!)
after viewing this topic : LINK
I've a question about some echinoid species coming from Stevn Klint.
This is about a part of a long echinoid spine, with thorns. Button non crenulate.
I personnally determinate it as Typocidaris danica RAVN,1928.
I'm not according to Smith & Jeffery opinon, whom put it in synonymy with Temnocidaris (Stereocidaris) arnaudi (LAMBERT,1909).

If someone has an opinion about this, please just let a message on this topic and I will post a picture of the specimen.

And before you leave internet for this evening, I wish you all a "Gelukkig Nieuwjaar" !

Eric


 
Oursin belge   31-12-2006 at 11:20

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;-) Hi Eric Nice to meet you on this forum !!!

 
Frederik   31-12-2006 at 12:11

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Bienvenue Eric,

Not long ago, we started a english language forum, so I took the liberty to move your topic.
Cheers,

Frederik

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Eric Poirot   01-01-2007 at 12:14

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quote:
oursin belge schreef:
;-) Hi Eric Nice to meet you on this forum !!!

Salut "ptit Pelche" fo que tu m'trouve une réponse !


[Bewerkt door Eric Poirot op 01-01-2007 om 12:15 NL]

 
Eric Poirot   01-01-2007 at 12:16

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quote:
oursin belge schreef:
;-) Hi Eric Nice to meet you on this forum !!!

Hello Frederik,
no problem for moving the thread : as a matter of fact, I didn't really knew where to put it really. thanks.

 
Oursin belge   01-01-2007 at 12:46

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I think that if you contact Mr. Jagt, it will be able to bring an answer to you...

Can we have a picture of this echinoid spine ?

 
Eric Poirot   02-01-2007 at 10:00

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Registered: 31-12-2006
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Will post the pics today or tomorrow morning.
You're right, I'll ask to Jagt but through Andreas Kroh from Wien, because i do not know personally Dr jagt.

 
Oursin belge   02-01-2007 at 12:42

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I will send you a little mail ...

 
Eric Poirot   02-01-2007 at 17:28

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LINK

 
InfoCollector   06-02-2007 at 15:32

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Dont think not speeking any Dutch at all is a problem for you or your fault.
The Netherlands aren't that big at all, and besides, Dutch people can excellently talk English and other 'foreign' languages.

Just like me, and I'm no Dr.

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Caveman   20-03-2007 at 22:15

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i got some of these spines in matrix from stevn's kridtbrud, they are determinated (hope thats correct english) Temnocidaris sp.
by John Jagt, more specified determination is only possible when parts of the corona are with it.

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