Degrees HeldGiulio

B.S. Sapienza University of Rome, 2010

M.S Sapienza University of Rome, 2013

Degree Sought

PhD Earth Sciences


Dr. David J. Varricchio

Research Project:

Vertebrate ichnology and sedimentology of the non-marine Frontier Formation of southwestern Montana.

Preferred Email Address:

[email protected]

Research and Professional Experience:

Courses Taught

  • Assistant librarian, Department of Earth Sciences, Sapienza-University of Rome, (2011-2013)
  • Vertebrate Comparative Anatomy Laboratory; Montana State University- Bozeman (2017, 2018)
  • Vertebrate Paleontology Laboratory Montana State University- Bozeman (2018)
  • Invertebrate Paleontology Laboratory Montana State University- Bozeman (2018)
  • Earth Sciences Laboratory Montana State University- Bozeman (2019)
  • Invertebrate Paleontology Montana State University- Bozeman (2020)
  • Introduction to Chemistry Laboratory Montana State University-Bozeman (2020)

Publications and Presentations:

Peer-reviewed publications

Panascí, G., Varricchio, D.J. and Hirayama, R., 2020, New occurrence of Neurankylus sp.(Testudines: Paracryptodiria: Baenidae) in the Upper Cretaceous Frontier Formation of south western Montana (USA). Cretaceous Research, 108, p.104318.

Panascí, G. and Varricchio, D.J., 2020. A new terrestrial trace fossil Feoichnus martini n. isp. from the Upper Cretaceous Two Medicine Formation (USA). Journal of Paleontology, pp.1-9.

Conference Presentations

Panascì, G, Varricchio, J. D., Martin, J. A. First Occurrence of Pallichnus dakotensis in a Dinosaur Nesting Site from the Two Medicine Formation (Campanian, Upper Cretaceous) of North America. Ichnia 2016: abstract book. UNESCO Geopark Naturtejo/International lchnological Association, Castelo Branco, 88-89

Panascì, G, Varricchio J. D. Dinosaur footprints from the Coniacian Frontier Formation deposits of
southwestern Montana. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, SVP Program and Abstracts Book 2018

WJ Freimuth, DJ Varricchio, G Panascì Craigslist, ESA 2019: entomologists wanted to identify fossil cocoons, pupae, and other traces from a Cretaceous dinosaur nesting locality (Montana, USA) - Entomology 2019.