The Lower Permian fossillagerstätte Bromacker in the Thuringian Forest near Gotha is well known for its diverse tetrapod fauna and well-preserved trackways. The locality is considered one of the first terrestrial vertebrate ecosystems world-wide and yields spectacular articulated fossils preserved in fine sandstones and shales.

The Foundation Friedenstein Castle/Museum of Nature Gotha and the Museum of Natural History Berlin will potentially start a large-scale excavation beginning in 2018.

I will update this page as soon as more information is available.

If you are interested in joining in this upcoming excavation, you may ask for the current status of the project at: