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“It is the triassic formation, or the commencement of the mesozoic epoch, which has received the smallest inheritance from preceding ages.”
“Then something happened at the end of the triassic and they disappeared and the dinosaurs got their chance.”
“Still missing a huge amount of terrestrial life, that 400 million years worth of giant dragon flies from the carboniferous, permian reptiles, mammal like reptiles from the triassic, ice age megafaunas, giant South American terror birds, and so on.”
“It seems to have been multiplying at an exceptional speed in recent times; how had it acquired such amazing vitality while still in a primitive triassic form, and how had it remained entirely hidden until recently, existing, most likely, in extremely isolated geographic pockets?”
“If rock is the music of the future, give me the triassic era any day.”
“Let me give you an example: In 1988 I was working in the Mineralogical Museum in Delft, which also holds holotypes of indonesian triassic foraminafera.”
“The marbles we have been hitherto considering belong to the older calcareous formations of Italy, Greece, Asia Minor, and Egypt, and go down to the upper triassic and muschel-kalk limestones, and perhaps even to those of an older period.”
“The rolling country east of this contained eruptive rocksa porphyritic disbase, with zeolite, quartz, and agate of triassic age.”
“In the coal measures come the amphibia; and in the Permo-triassic strata, reptile-like mammals.”
“The coal fields of North Carolina are confined to two limited areas or belts of triassic sandstone.”
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This quickly got bigger and weirder than originally intended, so now it's housing terms that relate to the study of dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures. See also Dinosaurs, Pterosaurs, Ichthy...
(i'm a rock nerd, so what? :P)
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