||a Pliocene locality (2.5 million years old), which has yielded
80 species of vertebrates, mainly mammals and birds
Life Found in Kansas Rocks
||descriptions and pictures of common fossils provided by the Kansas Geological
| Arizona Sedimentary
Geology and Paleontology Resource
|| information on fossil sites, geologic formations, and identifications
of Arizona's vast array of marine and lacustrine fossil invertebrates
||information and pictures of Tertiary and Cretaceous nannofossils.
|Charlotte, the Vermont Whale
|| finding the bones of a marine whale in the fields of rural Vermont is
an intriguing dilemma that poses many questions.
|Collecting Fossils in California
||describes fossil collecting sites in California with detailed instructions.
|Dave's Eocene Fossils
||images of Eocene Green River fossils 48 million years old.
|Dawn of Animal
||using exclusively Canadian rocks and fossils, this exhibit highlights
almost three billion years of early evolution when only simple, soft-bodied
creatures inhabited the Earth. From the Miller Museum of Geology.
and Trace Fossils
||news about and photographs of a recently discovered dinosaur trackway
in Holyoke, Massachusetts
|Fossil News: Journal of Amateur Paleontology
||monthly printed and online magazine devoted to all facets of paleontology
|Fossil Vertebrates at the
||catalogue of fish, amphibian, reptile, dinosaur, bird, and mammal fossils
|Fossils and Petrified
||photos and descriptions of a personal collection
|Fossils of New Jersey
||includes photos and information on amber, vertebrate, invertebrate, and
plant fossils from the Cretaceous and Tertiary periods
||California amateur paleontology and fossils sorted by era
of St. Lawrence Microfossils: Late Quaternary Foraminiferida and Ostracoda
||site provides a searchable database of 554 images of foraminiferal and
ostacod species, and modern distribution data for some of the species
|Hagerman Fossil Beds
||famous for the horse that is Idaho's state fossil.
||images of Pennsylvanian-Cretaceous fossils
| List of
Official State Fossils
||official state fossil for each state in the U.S
||common animal and plant fossils of Louisiana.
||devoted to fossil fishes from the Mesozoic Era, and to the researchers
around the world who study them.
||information and links regarding Pennsylvania's geologic prehistory
|Permian Wood Microfossils Exhibit
||providing images of permian fossil wood, tracheids, pits,and other morphological
|United States v.
Alan VanArsdale et al.
||father and son sued over thousands of tiny fossils donated to a museum