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Since it first opened in the early 1930s, the Dinmore Claypit at Ipswich, Queensland, has been an important research and teaching destination for palaeontologists, educators and students. Today, nearly 80 years later, the relevance of this unique resource remains undiminished.

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Twenty-one years ago, my first fossil-hunting foray was to the suburbs of Ipswich. I had no field guide describing where to find fossils, no geological map, and no equipment other than a rock hammer. All I knew was that Ipswich was home to coal mines in Triassic strata, and where there was coal it was likely there’d be nice plant fossils. With an eye out for coal mine tailings dumps, I drove around the outskirts of Ipswich.

AAOD Journal Issue 10 (2012) – pages 40 to 49 
By Dr Stephen McLoughlin

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