Discworld Fossils

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Not quite the bones of the legendary Fifth elephant, or the deliberately placed fakes from Strata, these are very real fossils from Roundworld that have been named after Terry Pratchett and his creations.





Braconid Wasps


Psephophorus terrypratchetti was discovered in 1995 by Robert Kohler.

The Gymnosperm, Ginkgo and Conifer fossils were first mentioned in 'Bulletin of the Natural History Museum Geology 57 no.1' edited by Joan Watson, 2001.

The Braconiod Wasps were first mentioned in Zootaxa 3457 edited by Buntika Areekul Butcher, 2002.

External Links


Bulletin of the Natural History Museum Geology 57 no.1

Zootaxa 3457