MUSINGS IN NATURAL HISTORY
Monday, 19 January 2015
A few years ago, I had the very great honour of having a new species of ammonite named after me by paleontologist, Louse Longridge.
Meet Fergusonites hendersonae, a Late Hettangian ammonite from the Taseko Lake area of British Columbia, high up in the Canadian Rockies.
He looks a wee bit like the Cadoceras comma we find in the Mysterious Lake Formation at Harrison Lake but a wee bit thinner and smaller.