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Name: Trevor Dykes
Location: Dipwytch
E-mail: ktdykes@arcor.de
Web address: http://home.arcor.de/ktdykes/wafdipwytch.htm
Where did you hear about DinoWight?: The same place that you did
Question/Comment: Ive seen a badger. Fortunately, it notice the van coming and got out the way.

Lucky Badger-spotter! DW

Name: Trevor Dykes
Location: Dipwytch
E-mail: ktdykes@arcor.de
Web address: http://home.arcor.de/ktdykes/tress.htm
Where did you hear about DinoWight?: From you
Question/Comment: Does this include Mesozoic eucynodonts?

Maybe, it all depends on whether or not I can get my hands on certain papers...

Name: Stu
Occupation: Science Technician
Location: I.O.W
E-mail: rocketstu@hotmail.com
Where did you hear about DinoWight?: web search
Question/Comment: Nice site! Anyone know of a Forum for local fossil collectors?

I don't think there is one, as the local collectors don't seem to have much of an on-line presence. I have tried to start one, DinoWight ONLINE, but it's early days...DW

Name: Héctor Rivera
Occupation: Palaeontologist
Location: México
E-mail: dinomexico@yahoo.com.mx
Where did you hear about DinoWight?: I knwe about it for a long time
Question/Comment: Great site Simmon!!!!!! Continue making new additions to it.

Thanks, will do Mr Hector! DW

Name: Ismael Montero
Occupation: Micropaleontologist
Location: Barcelona
E-mail: im_verdu@yahoo.es
Web address: http://perso.wanadoo.es/dinojuegos/index_eng.htm
Where did you hear about DinoWight?: You are in the same ring that my page is
Question/Comment: Great page with a lot of information, you are lucky to wok with this material! great job!

Thanks, I am! DW

Name: ......
Occupation: ...........
Location: ..............
E-mail: .............
Web address: ............. (You know, you can leave these blank if you want!)
Where did you hear about DinoWight?: whilst looking 4 info 4 Raptor
Question/Comment: hi, i need info bouth raptor, nice webbie, bye

Any particular raptor? You can probably find what you want here DW

Name: Monkey
Occupation: School
Location: school
Where did you hear about DinoWight?: internet

Name: Mark Witton
Occupation: Palaeontology Student
Location: Portsmouth
Where did you hear about DinoWight?: Googling
Question/Comment: Nice website youve got here. Just one thing: you forgot to include the gastropod Viviparus under the invertebrate section of you non-dinosaur section. Keep up the good work, anyway

Thanks. As to Viviparus, as far as I'm aware it hasn't been found in the Wessex Formation, although eggs from a similar mollusc have been found encrusting on dinosaur bones, so it is presumed that Viviparus is present. as there exists the possibility that it could be another gastropod responsible, I feel it better to leave it off. Added to that, the Non-Dinosaur section is part catalogue of the fauna, part guide for fossil hunters, so sending them off for things that are not there would be rude (it was bad enough when people go looking for the trackways at Chilton Chine, which have eroded away years ago but are still included in some fossil guides...). I know there are found as body fossils in the Vectis Formation, but then I'd have to do all the other Vectis Formation fauna as well, and there are a lot of them. Basically, I'm trying to stick to vertebrates, especially dinosaurs. Someone else can do the snails. DW

Name: Gillian
Occupation: dinosaur lover
Location: Phillippines
E-mail: ggp036@yahoo.com
Where did you hear about DinoWight?: Easy, at Geocities Search
Question/Comment: I love this site because of the dinosaurs

Name: bob
Occupation: dentis
Location: israil
Is that how Israel is spelt? DW

 

Name: cathy
Occupation: student
Location: IOW
Where did you hear about DinoWight?: Looking for Dino Farm
Question/Comment: I thought that the Barnes High Sauropod wasnt officially named yet, when did that happen?

It hasn't been officially named, but Naish and Martill (2001d) says it's Eucamerotus, and the same is suggested on an information board at Dinosaur Isle. DW

Name: mithula
Occupation: witch
Location: bla
E-mail: bla
Web address: bla
Where did you hear about DinoWight?: google
Question/Comment: if you read this message you will all die as i will cast a spell on you

No, we won't, don't be so silly. If you read this message, we'll burn you! Anyway, how do we know you are a witch? Do you look like one? Do you weigh the same as a duck? DW

Name: Jim Kirkland
Occupation: Paleontologist
Location: Utah
E-mail: Jameskirkland@utah.gov
Web address: http://members.networld.com/kirkland/
Where did you hear about DinoWight?: Paleoportal
Question/Comment: Good site on one of my favorite sites in world. Check out http://www.ugs.state.ut.us/surveynotes/snt33-1.pdf

I don't usually let people do adverts in the Guestbook, but I'll make an exception here...DW

Name: Debbie Herring
Occupation: Secretary
Location: Reading
E-mail: debbie.herring@satec.co.uk
Where did you hear about DinoWight?: Surfing
Question/Comment: Great to read your website. Im bit of a fossil nut and when possible visit the Island in search of dinos! Nice to finally find good info on the frequently overlooked Island.

Name: Barbara Brooks
Occupation: NA
E-mail: bbgannetv@tiscali.co.uk
Where did you hear about DinoWight?: TV (! DW)
Question/Comment: I know there is a certain place when at low tide you can find fossels is it neat Wooton creek?

Wootton Creek is a Tertiary site, and DinoWight is only interested in Mesozoic inhabitants of the Isle of Wight (well, only the dinosaury ones).DW

Name: Adam Stuart Smith
Occupation: research Student
Location: Dublin, Ireland
E-mail: sea_saur@yahoo.co.uk
Web address: www.geocities.com/sea_saur
Where did you hear about DinoWight?: I was present at its birth
Question/Comment: Cant beelleeeeve Bernie Fishnotes comes above me in the acknowledgements page. waaa waaaa. Well, I guess he does deserve it - how is he keeping anyway?

Bernie is well, apparently he's living on an off-shore reef with some nice young ladies, but has still yet to hear from Brian! DW

Name: Barbara Brooks
Occupation: Retired
Location: Brighton
E-mail: bbgannetv@tiscali.co.uk
Where did you hear about DinoWight?: TV
Question/Comment: I would like to go fossel hunting on the I of W where is the best place to go? BB

You could try looking at http://www.ukfossils.co.uk/iow.htm. Amazing what you can find on Google. DW


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