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LocationCountyState/ProvinceDirections,NotesAgeFormationFossilsCommentsReferenceLat-Long
Central Alberta[?]ABCretaceousEdmonton Groupvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-Leptoceratops,ornithischia-PachyrhinosaurusAB001053.5382,-113.5030, Location:Edmonton.AB,AGL5|*
Mount Dawson Creek[?][?]ABCretaceous LowerCommotionplantsAB0435Can't identify a Mt Dawson Creek or even a Mt Dawson in AB. There is a Mt Dawson in BC near Mt Columbia in AB51.1517,-117.4278,Location:Mt_Dawson.BC,AGL5?|*
Southern Alberta[?]ABAlberta inCretaceous UpperOldmanvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-Edmontosaurus,hadrosauroidea-Corythosaurus,Saurolophus;ornithischia-Monoclonius;theropoda-AlbertosaurusAB001349.62806,-112.88972,Location:S of Lethbridge.AB,AGL4|*
Southern Alberta[?]ABCretaceous UpperJudith Riververtebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-ornithischia-ankylosauria-Panoplosaurus;nodosauridae-Edmontonia,EuoplocephalusAB001149.62806,-112.88972,Location:S of Lethbridge.AB,AGL4|*
Wood Mountain[?]AB[?]to SouthCretaceousJudith Riververtebrates-reptilia-turtles-Aspideretes,PlastomenusAB0438Can't identify Wood Mountain,AB,but there is a Wood Mountain,SK49.3703,-106.3838,location:Wood Mountain.SK,AGL5|*
Rocky Mountains-ABin Cretaceous beds in Sturrock--Muskiki--Dowling--Haven members of the Vimy formation. Location Waterton,AB near Mt Vimy. (The formation could also be named for Vimy AB about 50km N of Edmonton)CretaceousVimyvertebrates-fish(remains)AB0007The Vimy Member of the Kaskapau Formation occurs throughout the Rocky Mountain Foothills from the US border North into BC49.0509,-113.9076,,AGL5|*
Assiniboine PeakBanffABnearby near Magog Campground--22-12-w5{59.5942,-115.9568}ichnofossils,invertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;;mollusks-bivalviaAB001850.8411,-115.6288,22-12-w5,AGL3|*
Baker Creek[?]Banff?ABCretaceous LowerCrowsnestplants-angiosperms-CelastrophyllumAB0045'Baker's Creek' in original. There is a Baker Creek NW of Banff at 27-15-w5( (51d20m44sN,116d4m9sW){51.1298,-116.0030}). Baker('s) Creek--May be associated with Baker Lake which seems to be on Wood Buffalo-Vermillion River Counties boundary 9-47-2-w4(53.06,-110.24){53.0325,-110.2280},5-86-1-w4(56.43,-110.13){56.4226,-110.1145} (These locations seem to make no sense)51.3500,-116.0689,,AGL5|*
BanffBanffABAt Sundance Canyon in phosphate bedPennsylvanian-PermianRocky Mountain_ABvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii-holocephali-edestidae-LissoprionAB0019the mouth of Sundance Canyon is behind the Cave and Basin Centennial Center51.1696,-115.5889,,AGM2|*
BanffBanffABW on Hwy1A 4.8 km S of Lake Louise Station at small lake with monument in bluffCambrianinvertebrates(marine)-arthropoda-trilobitaAB0020No Collecting51.3901,-116.1331,,AGL2?|*
Banff ParkBanffABAt Mt ColemanDevonian UpperPalliserinvertebrates-brachiopoda-PaurorhynchaAB002152.1189,-116.9189,,AGL3|*
Banff ParkBanffABat Cirrus MountainOrdovicianBeaverfoot-Briscoinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Streptelasma;tabulata-CateniporaAB002252.1687,-116.9745,,AGL3|*
Banff ParkBanffABat Cuthead CreekJurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-CardiocerasAB002351.3997,-115.6806,,AGL3|*
Banff ParkBanffABin Glacier ValleyCambrian UpperSullivan_ABinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Arapahoia,CoosiaAB0024Arapahoia originally entered as Araphoia. There does not appear to be a feature named Glacier Valley in Banff Park. There are many glaciers. Location is an arbitrary spot on the Icefields Parkway (Hwy93) near Mt Coleman52.1011,-116.9577,,AGL4|*
Banff ParkBanffABnear Ross LakeCambrian MiddleRoss Lake Shaleinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-VanuxemellaAB0025There is a Ross Lake about 7-8km by trail from the East end of Lake Louise. Location is arbitrary near Agnes Lake51.4164,-116.2395,,AGL4|*
BankheadBanffABon Cascade River in Banff Park (26-11-25?{51.2172,-115.4449})JurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurboAB002651.1917,-115.5030,26-11-w5,AGL3|*
Cairn PassBanff?ABLat lon is on mountain shoulder about 1km N and 400 meters above Southesk Pass opposite Southesk Cairn. Doubtful, but might not be too far offJurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Cobbanites,Toricellites,WarrenocerasAB0046Cobbanites,Torricellites originally Gobbanites,Torricellites52.7333,-117.1356,Location: Southesk Pass,AGL4?|*
Cascade MountainBanff?ABWest Slope|Lower Sinemurian ammonoidea. Lat long is on W slope of Cascade Mountain, but seems to be about 4km N of the peak. Not clear why so far NorthJurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-ArniocerasAB004751.2667,-115.5854,,AGL4?|*
Cascade RiverBanff?ABType Locality at E side of bridge at Banff-Lake Minnewanka RoadJurassicFernie?AB0048This is NOT the type locality of the Fernie Group--The type locality is in the Fernie area in SE British Columbia-HA51.2023,-115.5368,,AGM3|*
Castle MountainBanffAB3.2 km E of Castle Mountain RR Station on Johnson Creek TrailTriassic LowerSpray Riververtebrates-fish-actinopterygii-palaeoniscidae-Pteronisculus;;sarcopterygii-dipnoi-coelacanthiformes-BobasatraniaAB0031This must be an old reference: there is no RR station at Castle Mountain-HA Same as AB003049.3207,-114.3819,,AGL3|*
Castle MountainBanffAB3.2 km E of RR station on Johnson Creek trail 3.2 km N of forest ranger cabin )Castle Mountain is at 26-14-w5{51.2171,-115.8635?}). Same as AB0031TriassicSpray Riververtebrates-fish-sarcopterygii-CoelacanthusAB003049.3207,-114.3819,26-14-w5?,AGL3|*
Cirrus MountainBanffABwithin Banff ParkOrdovicianBeaverfoot-Briscoinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Dinorthis,Petroria,Thaerodonta;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-PalaeophyllumAB003252.1692,-116.9768,,AGL3|*
Eldon SwitchBanff?AB2km N in massive limestones on Castle MountainCambrian MiddleEldoninvertebrates-mollusksAB0439Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P351.3252,-115.9755,,AGL3|*
Fairholme RangeBanffABAt South EndDevonian UpperFairholmeinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-corals;porifera(sponges)-stromatoporoidea-AmphiporaAB003351.0940,-115.2026,,AGK4|*
Lake LouiseBanffABAt N end of lake on both sides of lake in siliceous shalesCambrian LowerLake Louiseinvertebrates-mollusksAB0440Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P551.4172,-116.2202,,AGL3|*
Lake LouiseBanffABIn cliff on SW shore of Lake Louise S of Laggan (What's Laggan?)Cambrian Lowerinvertebrates-brachiopoda-MicromitraAB0441Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P5651.4091,-116.2250,,AGN3|*
Lake LouiseBanffABin the Lake Louise-Kicking Horse Pass RegionCambrian LowerGog Quartziteichnofossils(diverse)-burrows_invertebrate-Skolithos;tracks-arthropodipedida-Cruziana;;(others)AB003451.4420,-116.2408,,AGL3|*
Lake LouiseBanffABin the Lake Louise-Kicking Horse Pass RegionCambrian LowerPeytoinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-olenellidae-OlenellusAB003551.4542,-116.2728,,AGL3|*
Lake LouiseBanffABto SWCambrian Lower-MiddleMount Whyteinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobitaAB003651.4542,-116.2728,,AGL4|*
Lake MinnewankaBanffAB4.8 km N of Devils PointJurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-SonniniaAB0037Devils Point possibly refers to Devils Gap viewpoint near Blackrock Mtn NE of Lake Minnewanka and E of the Ghost River51.2583,-115.2500,,AGJ4|*
MassiveBanffAB19.2 km W of Banff. Outcrop is just W of RR SidingTriassic LowerSpray Riververtebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Saurichthys;sarcopterygii-Coelacanthus,dipnoi-coelacanthiformes-Albertonia,BobasatraniaAB003851.2167,-115.7854,,AGL3|*
Mount ColemanBanffABwithin Banff ParkOrdovicianBeaverfoot-Briscoinvertebrates-brachiopoda-RhynchotremaAB004252.1167,-116.9190,,AGL3|*
Mount RundleBanffABat North End near BanffMississippianRundle Group-AB0039Type locality51.1602,-115.5151,,AGL3|*
Mount St PiranBanffABOn SE slope in grey quartzitic sandstones with minor shale interbeds-fossils in upper part. Mt St Piran is in Alberta a few km East of the BC borderCambrian LowerSt Piran-BC0097Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P551.4197,-116.2438,,AGL3|*
Mount StelfoxBanffABDevonian UpperFlumeinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingula;mollusks-bivalvia-Buchiola;gastropoda-pteropoda-tentaculitida;;;porifera(sponges)-stromatoporoidea-AmphiporaAB004052.2251,-116.5485,,AGL4|*
Mount WhyteBanffABOn N slope in alternating bands of limestone and siliceous/calcareous shale below Cathedral formation limestones. Actually in Alberta?Cambrian LowerMount Whyteinvertebrates-mollusksBC0093Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P451.4105,-116.2669,,AGL3|*
Mount WhyteBanffABCambrian Lower-MiddleMount Whyteinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobitaAB004351.4076,-116.2711,,AGL3|*
Mount WilsonBanffABin cirque on peakOrdovician?invertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;(others)AB004152.0181,-116.8025,,AGL3|*
Nigel PeakBanffAB250 meters below MT Wilson Quartzite on W slope in DolomiteOrdovicianSkoki|Outraminvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-PalliseriaAB0191Some Nigel Peak sites will probably be in Banff National Park rather than Jasper52.2393,-117.1779,,AGL3|*
North Saskatchewan RiverBanff?ABS from Hwy 16 (assume this is really Hwy11) at Valley View Turnoff across River and SW to Genesee store (Directions available there). 6.4 km N to private farm (permission Required) and 800 meters to River bankPaleocenePaskapooplants-pteridophyta-(ferns)AB0370There are several Valley Views in Alberta, none of which seems to fit this description. Location used is an arbitrary location in Banff National Park area51.9853,-116.7898,,AGL4?|*
Sulphur MountainBanffABtypical exposureDevonian UpperPalliser?AB004451.1237,-115.5554,,AGL3|*
Sunwapta PassBanff?ABat Mount Athabasca. Same as AB0051Devonianvertebrates-fish-sarcopterygii-CoelacanthusAB005052.2167,-117.1690,,AGL3|*
Sunwapta PassBanff?ABat Mount Athabasca Same as AB0050Devonianvertebrates-fish-sarcopterygii-CoelacanthusAB005152.2167,-117.1690,,AGL3|*
Upper Red Deer RiverBanff?ABJurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-PeronocerasAB005252.0614,-114.1033,,AGL4|*
VegaBarrheadAB11.2 km N along bank of Athabasca River|concretions. Probably same as AB054Cretaceous UpperWapitiplants-(coal),(wood)AB005354.4962,-114.3895,,AGL3|*
VegaBarrheadABN on Athabasca River Probably same as AB053Cretaceous UpperWapitiplants-(petrified wood)AB005454.4962,-114.3895,,AGL3|*
CanmoreBighornABat Grassi LakeDevonian UpperCairnichnofossils,invertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-crinoids(fragments);mollusks-gastropoda;porifera-stromatoporoideaAB0057There are two Grassi Lakes, Upper and Lower. The lat lon is selected between the two51.0731,-115.4066,,AGL3|*
CanmoreBighornABat the top of the no 4 Coal SeamCretaceous LowerKootenayplants-pteridophyta-ConiopterisAB005851.0860,-115.3526,,AGL4|*
ExshawBighornAB1.6 km E of cement plant (Roughly 22-24-9-w5{51.0581,-115.1786}). See also AB0059MississippianExshaw?AB0060type exposure51.0581,-115.1786,22-24-9-w5,AGL2|*
ExshawBighornAB1.6 km E of cement plant (Roughly 22-24-9-w5{51.0581,-115.1786}). See also AB0060Devonian UpperMinnewanka Limestonevertebrates-fish-arthrodira-DinichthysAB005951.0581,-115.1786,22-24-9-w5,AGL2|*
Bad Heart Creek[?]Birch Hills?ABCretaceous UpperWapiabivertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-PortheusAB0064Original says Badheart Creek-assumed to be same as Bad Heart River--2-76-2-w6{55.5504,-118.1848} General55.205,-118.8109,,AGK4|*
WanhamBirch HillsAB1.6 km S of Hwy733,Peoria Road junction along Kakut Creek and 4.8 km downstream| well preserved fossilsCretaceous UpperPuskwaskauinvertebrates(abundant)(well preserved)-mollusks-bivalvia(large)(complete)-Inoceramus;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,Desmoscaphites;;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AB006255.5350,-118.3942,,AGL3?|*AB0061,AB0062,AB0063
WanhamBirch HillsAB1.6 km S of Hwy733,Peoria Road junction along Kakut Creek|well preserved fossils.Cretaceous UpperPuskwaskauinvertebrates(abundant)(well_preserved)-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,DesmoscaphitesAB006155.5350,-118.3942,,AGL3?|*AB0061,AB0062,AB0063
WanhamBirch HillsABSouth on Kakut Creek.Cretaceous UpperPuskwaskauinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AB006355.5350,-118.3942,,AGL3?|*AB0061,AB0062,AB0063
Boggy HillBrazeauABW at head of South Branch of Sand CreekCretaceous UpperOldmanplants-angiosperms-PlatanusAB006552.9297,-115.2231,,AGL3|*
Bow RiverCalgary?AB1.6km downstream from Canadian Pacific RR crossing in 60m cliffs|Well preserved plantsplants(well preserved leaves)AB0466http://www.archive.org/stream/reminiscencesamo00westuoft/reminiscencesamo00westuoft_djvu.txt51.0949,-114.1803,,AGL2|*
BrickburnCalgaryABNE1/423-24-2w5{51.0560,-114.1646}PaleocenePaskapooplants-angiosperms-Platanus(sycamore),ViburnumAB0066There does not appear to be a town of Brickburn,Alberta. The name Brickburn is apparently associated with the Montgomery district of Calgary at 51.0747,-114.1643 which may be a more likely location51.0747,-114.1643,,AGL2?|*
CalgaryCalgaryAB1.6km WCretaceousOldmanvertebrates-reptilia-champsosauridae-ChampsosaurusAB006751.0407,-114.0797,,AGL2|*
CalgaryCalgaryAB5 km N at Beddington Creek (23-21-5-W5 (51d08m30sN,114d2m26sW){50.7920,-114.5817} per Canada AtlasPaleocenePaskapoo?AB006851.1417,-114.0406,,AGL3|*
CalgaryCalgaryABEdworthy ParkPaleocenePaskapoo?AB006951.0607,-114.1582,,AGL3|*
CalgaryCalgaryABGlenmore ReservoirPaleocenePaskapoo?AB007050.9831,-114.1177,,AGL3|*
CalgaryCalgaryABalong Bow River on S Shore of Bearspaw reservoirPaleocenePaskapoo?AB007151.1058,-114.2942,,AGL2|*
Glenmore Dam-CalgaryCalgaryABon Elbow River below Glenmore dam,PaleocenePaskapoovertebrates-mammalsAB007251.1018,-114.2715,,AGL2|*
Belly RiverCardstonAB3-4-27w4{49.2672,-113.5583} (Belly River is at 27-9-23-w4{49.7622,-113.0412} )Cretaceous UpperSt Mary Riverplants-angiosperms-sequoioidae-MetasequoiaAB007349.2672,-113.5583,,AGL3|*
CardstonCardstonABW(E?) from Hwy 5 at Hillspring turnoff 1.6 km N of town. Cross Belly River turn right and go 400 meters to trail to River. Instructions may be correct but they don't seem to match maps.Cretaceous UpperBearpaw Shale|St Mary Riverinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAB007449.2194,-113.2649,,AGL3|*
CarwayCardstonABEast on St. Mary River (Carway is at 2-1-26-w4{49.0044,-113.3770}). Same as AB0081?Cretaceous UpperBearpaw Shale|St Mary Riverinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAB007549.0288,-113.2927,,AGL3|*
CarwayCardstonABNear Carway Border Crossing 3.2 km N and 4.8 km E in banks of St Mary's River. Same as AB0075?Cretaceous UpperBearpaw Shale|St Mary Riverinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAB008149.0288,-113.2927,,AGK2|*
Del BonitaCardstonAB6km NW 33-1/22w4 (Original source did not specify Town) 33-1/22w4 taken as 33-1-22w4{49.0739,-112.8803}CretaceousFox Hillsinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB000949.0775,-112.8912,33-1-22w4,AGL2|*
GlenwoodCardstonABSee AB0433Cretaceous UpperSt Mary Riverplants-angiosperms-Nymphaeites,sequoioidae-Metasequoia;;ginkgophyta-Ginkgo;gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-AraucaritesAB007649.3663,-113.5162,,AGL3|*AB0076,AB0433
GlenwoodCardston?ABSee AB0076Cretaceous UpperSt Mary riverplants-angiosperms-Artocarpus(breadfruit)AB0433Original specified Glenwood River. There are fossiliferous exposures of the St Mary's formation near Glenwood/Glenwoodville, ABhttp://www.diplomatsinternational.com/JLPublications_files/ABFossils2000Edition.pdf49.3663,-113.5163,,AGL3|*AB0076,AB0433
HillspringCardstonABHillspring Oyster Quarry. Oyster shell quarry operated by A-Claim Industries Ltd.,Granum Alberta. North bank of Belly River,SE of Hillspring in basal member of formation. See AB0014Cretaceous UpperSt Mary Riverinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAB024549.2651,-113.5772,,AGL2?|*AB0014,AB0245
HillspringCardstonABHillspring Oyster Quarry. See AB0245invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAB001449.2651,-113.5772,,AGL2?|*AB0014,AB0245
Mountain ViewCardstonABTough Creek in Milk River equivalentsCretaceous UpperBelly River Groupplants-angiosperms-Ilex(Chinese_Holly);gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-BrachyphyllumAB007749.1333,-113.6019,,AGL3|*
St Marys RiverCardstonABWest of Magrath.CretaceousBlood Reserve Sandstone-AB0079type locality Blood Reserve Formation --Cretaceous Grey Cretaceous sandstones,laterally (beach,lower shoreface) equivalent to the Horseshoe Canyon Formation. It overlies the Bearpaw Formation and is overlain by the St Mary's River Formation49.4235,-112.8687,Location:Magrath.AB,AGL3|*
St Marys RiverCardstonABalong River from Magrath for 40 km to LethbridgeCretaceous UpperBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusksAB008049.4235,-112.8687,Location:Magrath.AB,AGL2|*
St Marys RiverCardstonABtypical exposure. See AB0080CretaceousBlood Reserve Sandstone?AB007849.6338,-112.8830,Location:Lethbridge.AB;10kmS,AGL3|*
-ClearwaterAB7km NW of junction of Ram River and Hummingbird Creek 52d07m20N 116d00m15W Amoco Loc 10466DevonianCripple Tongueinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0456Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean52.1222,-116.0042,,AGL3|*
AlexoClearwaterABin tributary of Shunga Creek 40-13w5 (roughly 52.4393 115.7765) {52.4393,-115.7765} post BrazeauPaleoceneBrazeauplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Thuja(Cedar)AB013252.4393,-115.7765,40-13w5,AGL3|*
Allstones CreekClearwater?ABRidge NE of small lake near headwaters 52d16m05N 116d28m29W Amoco Loc 11416DevonianCripple Tongueinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0450The ridge about a km N of the cited lat/lon may be a better fit to the site descriptionPhillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean52.2681,-116.4747,,AGL3|*
Brazeau RangeClearwaterABin N Saskatchewan River GapDevonian UpperPerdrixvertebrates-fish-placodermi-antiarcha-BothriolepisAB008252.4001,-115.8689,,AGL3|*
Clearwater RiverClearwater?AB21.5 km below mouth of High Hill RiverDevonian UpperCalumet (Canada)vertebrates-fish(remains)AB0094The Clearwater River flows through Wood Buffalo and Clearwater Counties52.3668,-114.9521,,AGL3|*
Clearwater RiverClearwater?ABAt S End of Idlewilde Mountain (Clearwater River is near)Devonian UpperMount Hawkinvertebrates-brachiopoda-AtrypaAB0095The Clearwater River flows through Wood Buffalo and Clearwater Counties52.3668,-114.9521,,AGL3|*
Cline RiverClearwaterABat junction of North Saskatchewan RiverDevonian UpperPerdrixinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB009852.1731,-116.4819,,AGL3|*
Cline RiverClearwaterABDevonian UpperFlumeinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingula;mollusks-bivalvia-Buchiola;gastropoda-pteropoda-tentaculitida;;;porifera(sponges)-stromatoporoidea-AmphiporaAB009752.1731,-116.4819,,AGL3|*
Cripple CreekClearwater?ABRidge NW side of Cripple Creek 52d10N 116d05m52W Amoco Loc 11388 below Cripple TongueDevonianSoutheskinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0451Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean52.1667,-116.0978,,AGL2|*
David Thompson HwyClearwater[?]ABDevonian UpperFlumeinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingula;mollusks-bivalvia-Buchiola;gastropoda-pteropoda-tentaculitida;;;porifera(sponges)-stromatoporoidea-AmphiporaAB0103The David Thompson Highway is AL11. It runs from Saskatchewan River Crossing in Jasper Park through Clearwater County to AB12 East of Red Deer in Red Deer County52.3836,-114.9177,Location:Rocky Mountain House.AB,AGL4|*
Dutch CreekClearwater?AB13.5 km SW of Alexo,Saunders in creek banks (Alexo was a coal mining town between Nordegg and Rocky Mountain House)JurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cyprina,Homomya,Pleuromya,Trigonia;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Cardioceras;belemnoideaAB010049.8979,-114.3843,,AGL3|*
Gorge Creek ValleyClearwater?ABoriginally 'George Creek' opposite the valley mouthJurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-PeronocerasAB010150.7221,-114.6451,Location:Gorge Creek Trailhead.AB,AGL3|*
Hummingbird CreekClearwater?ABon S branch of North ForkDevonian UpperMount Hawkinvertebrates-brachiopoda-spiriferida-TenticospiriferAB017152.0833,-115.9355,,AGL3|*
Job CreekClearwaterABat Job CreekDevonian UpperMount Hawkinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Cyrtospirifer,IndospiriferAB017952.4977,-116.8719,,AGL3|*AB0001,AB0102,AB0179,AB0462
Job CreekClearwater?ABEast Fault BlockDevonian UpperMount Hawkinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Devonoproductus,productida-Productella;;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-PhillipsastraeaAB000152.4978,-116.8717,,AGL4|*AB0001,AB0102,AB0179,AB0462
Job CreekClearwater?ABat headwaters. Same as AB0462?Devonian UpperSoutheskinvertebrates-brachiopoda-AtrypaAB010252.3333,-116.8167,,AGL3|*AB0001,AB0102,AB0179,AB0462
Marble MountainClearwater?ABon top of next Mountain SouthJurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OxytomaAB004951.8862,-115.1838,,AGL3?|*
NordeggClearwaterAB4.8 km E on Hwy 11 in creek adjacent to Hwy. Same as AB0084?JurassicFernie-AB0083Nordegg is actually several kilometers off Hwy11, so it's a bit unclear what '4.8km E' means52.4902,-116.0261,,AGL3|*
NordeggClearwaterABE on Shunda Creek. Same as AB0083?JurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusksAB008452.4691,-116.0776,,AGL3|*
NordeggClearwaterABon N side of the road at Shunda Creek GapDevonian UpperMount Hawkinvertebrates-brachiopoda-AtrypaAB008552.4924,-116.0397,,AGL3|*
North Saskatchewan RiverClearwater?AB45.4 km W of Rocky Mountain HousePaleocenePaskapooplants-angiosperms-sequoioidae-MetasequoiaAB036952.4476,-115.6160,,AGLCU|*
North Saskatchewan River GapClearwater?ABE of Dutch CreekMississippianBanffvertebrates-fish(remains)AB0371Not terribly likely? The Saskatchewan River Gap would be about 10km West of Dutch Creek?52.4579,-115.7592,,AGL4?|*
Panther RiverClearwater?ABat first coal mineCretaceous LowerKootenayplants-pteridophyta-cycadopsida-NilssoniaAB000251.6501,-115.3188,,AGL3|*
Peace RiverClearwaterABalong river in nw1/4s26t87r20w5 and ne1/4s27t87r20w5 assumed = 11-26-87-20-w5{56.5682,-117.0628} and 10-27-87-20-w5{56.5682,-117.0893}Cretaceous LowerCadottevertebrates-fish(remains)AB008656.575,-117.086,,AGL3|*
Ram RangeClearwater?ABOn S side of North branch of Hummingbird Creek 52d03m14N 116d14m00sW Amoco Loc 11495DevonianCripple Tongueinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0460Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean52.0539,-116.2333,,AGL3|*
Ram RangeClearwater?ABOn ridge on N side of Hummingbird Creek in talus 52d02m30N 116d11m00sW Amoco Loc 15251DevonianMount Hawk|Simlainvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0454Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean52.0417,-116.1833,,AGL3|*
Ram RiverClearwaterAB1 km above mouth of Fall CreekJurassicFernievertebrates-fishAB008752.3804,-115.4210,,AGL3|*
Ram RiverClearwaterABOn North Side of North Fork Gap in the Front RangeDevonian UpperMount Hawkinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Cyrtina,Douvillinaria;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Acinophyllum;tabulata-CoenitesAB008852.4041,-115.8866,,AGL3|*
Ram RiverClearwaterABin nodules weathering out of black shale above the fallsCretaceous UpperWapiabiinvertebrates-brachiopoda,mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB008952.0844,-115.8402,,AGL4|*
Ram River FallsClearwaterABCretaceous UpperWapiabiinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB009052.0844,-115.8402,,AGL3|*
Saskatchewan RiverClearwaterABOn North Side of North Fork Gap in the Brazeau Range See AB0091Devonian UpperPerdrixinvertebrates-brachiopoda-EleutherokommaAB009252.0356,-116.4441,5km SW,AGK4?|*
Saskatchewan RiverClearwaterABOn North Side of North Fork Gap in the Brazeau Range. See AB0092Devonian UpperMount Hawkinvertebrates-brachiopoda-ThomasariaAB009152.0356,-116.4441,5km SW,AGK4?|*
Saskatchewan River GapClearwaterABIn Brazeau RangeDevonian UpperAlexo-AB0093type exposure52.0356,-116.4441,5km SW,AGK4?|*
Whiterabbit RangeClearwater?ABat headwaters of Job Creek 52d20N 116d49W Same as AB0102?DevonianCripple Tongue|Twin Fallsinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0462Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean52.3333,-116.8167,,AGL2|*AB0001,AB0102,AB0179,AB0462
ElkwaterCypressABin area exposures from 30 to 50 km S along Hwy41 (originally entered as Hwy48, but there is no such road) as well as side roadsCretaceous UpperBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB010449.3408,-110.2753,,AGL4|*
ElkwaterCypressABin coulees to S. May be the same as AB0104 which I have put much further SouthCretaceous UpperBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB010549.6458,-110.2602,,AGL3?|*
HildaCypressAB50km N of Medicine Hat in 2.4km square bonebed apparently result of storm inundation of Coastal floodplainCretaceous,Uppervertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-ornithischia-ceratopsidae-CentrosaurusAB0468http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/technology/science/alberta-scientists-discover-largest-bed-of-dinosaur-bones/article1608423/50.4848,-110.0326,,AGL2|*
IrvineCypressAB1km S of station. Same as AB0108?CretaceousPierre|Belly Riverinvertebrates-mollusksAB0442An American Geological Railway Guide p7649.9440,-110.2685,,AGM2|*
IrvineCypressABE of Medicine Hat on Hwy 1 in area badlandsCretaceous UpperDinosaur Park|Oldmanvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-lepisosteidae(gar)(scales);;reptilia-champsosauridae,dinosauria(bones)AB010649.9501,-110.2683,,AGL3|*
IrvineCypressABto South. Same as AB0442?Cretaceous UpperDinosaur Parkvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaAB010849.9440,-110.2685,,AGM2|*
Irwin CouleeCypressABNear junction with Ross Creek not too far from Medicine Hat (AB). Map location is arbitraryCretaceousvertebrates-fish(teeth)(bones),reptilia-dinosauria,turtlesSK0022http://www.archive.org/stream/reminiscencesamo00westuoft/reminiscencesamo00westuoft_djvu.txt49.9998,-110.4511,,AGL4|*
Lost RiverCypressAB1-4-w4{49.0317,-110.4516}Cretaceous UpperOldman|Foremostinvertebrates-mollusks(brackish_water);vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB010949.0336,-110.4653,1-4-W4,AGL2|*
Medicine HatCypressAB12.8km distant at Saskatchewan Coal Mines. Purportedly West of Medicine Hat, and South and West of the Saskatchewan River. Lat lon is a place that looks slightly more like an old coal mine than the surrounding countryside in satellite photosinvertebrates-mollusks;plants-angiosperms-BraseniaSK0023http://www.archive.org/stream/reminiscencesamo00westuoft/reminiscencesamo00westuoft_djvu.txt50.05571,-110.8193,,AGL3|*
Medicine HatCypressAB24 km NCretaceousForemostvertebrates-aves(birds)-HesperornisAB011150.2841,-110.6255,,AGL3|*
Medicine HatCypressABBadlands of S Saskatchewan River ValleyCretaceous UpperOldman|Foremostvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB011250.0305,-110.6766,,AGL4|*
Medicine HatCypressABalong Saskatchewan River 10 to 20 km downstream in multiple bone beds in 30 to 100 meters thick 750,000 year old depositsQuaternaryvertebrates-mammals(diverse)(large_55species)-artiodactyla-camelidae;carnivora-Panthera(Lions);perissodactyla-equidae(horses)(zebras);pilosa(sloths),proboscidea(elephants),(others)AB011350.1567,-110.5952,,AGL3|*
Medicine HatCypressABarea exposuresCretaceous UpperForemost|Oldmanvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB011450.0305,-110.6766,,AGL4|*
Medicine HatCypressABat Ross Coulee (Original said Irvine which is about 30km to the East)Cretaceous UpperOldmanvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-LepisosteusAB010750.0307,-110.6433,,AGL4?|*
Medicine HatCypressABnearby. complete, well preserved crocodiliaCretaceous UpperJudith Riververtebrates-reptilia-crocodiliaAB011550.0305,-110.6766,,AGL4|*
Medicine HatCypressABCretaceous UpperForemostvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroideaAB011050.0305,-110.6766,,AGL4|*
Medicine Lodge CouleeCypressABSE1/4 7-8-3W4{49.6256,-110.3888}CretaceousBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB011649.6310,-110.4027,SE1/4-7-8-3W4,AGL3|*
OnefourCypressABBadlands of Milk River and tributariesCretaceous UpperOldman|Dinosaur Parkvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaAB011749.1167,-110.4683,,AGL4|*
OnefourCypressABin area badlandsCretaceous UpperForemost|Oldmanvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB011849.1167,-110.4683,,AGL4|*
RedcliffCypressABBadlands of S Saskatchewan River Valley. Basically the same as AB0114,AB0120Cretaceous UpperOldman|Foremostvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB011950.0768,-110.7787,,AGL4|*
RedcliffCypressABalong river to S. Same as AB0119Cretaceous UpperForemost|Oldmanvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB012050.0768,-110.7787,,AGLC4|*
Sage CreekCypressABOn S side of creek in SE1/4s31t3nr3w4{49.1736,-110.3202} in shale bank 5 meters below top of Pale bedsCretaceousOldmanvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-ParatarponAB012149.2520,-110.4012,SE1/4s31t3nr3w4,AGL2|*
StairCypressAB1.6km S of station in banks of Saskatchewan River. Stair Station is (was?) about 12.8 km NW of Medicine Hat on RR to SuffieldCretaceousBelly Riverinvertebrates-mollusksAB0443An American Geological Railway Guide p7650.0806,-110.8256,,AGL3|*
WildhorseCypressABN at Sage CreekCretaceous UpperOldman|Dinosaur Parkvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaAB005549.1201,-110.4683,Location: Onefour.AB,AGN3?|*AB0055,AB0056
WildhorseCypressABin valley of Sage Creek 17.6 km NCretaceous UpperDinosaur Park|Oldmanvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB005649.1201,-110.4683,Location: Onefour.AB,AGN3?|*AB0055,AB0056
EdmontonEdmontonABalong North Saskatchewan RiverCretaceous UpperHorseshoe Canyonplants(petrified wood),vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB012253.5382,-113.5030,,AGL3|*
EdmontonEdmontonABin fill used in alleys in EdmontonQuaternaryplants(agatized wood)AB012353.5382,-113.5030,,AGL3|*
EdmontonEdmontonABin gravel pits along River North and East (government pits open to public)Quaternaryplants(agatized wood)AB012453.5569,-113.4544,,AGL4?|*
EdmontonEdmontonABon N side of North Saskatchewan River near Storyland Valley Zoo (aka Edmonton Valley Zoo)Quaternaryplants(agatized wood)AB012553.5101,-113.5533,,AGL2|*
Mill CreekEdmontonAB7-1-6w5 {unresolvable dls position}. Same as AB0126/AB0464?Cretaceous LowerCrowsnestplants-angiosperms-Ficus_fig;gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Desmiophyllum;;pteridophyta-SphenopterisAB012753.5168,-113.4730,7-1-6w5?,AGL2?|*
Mill CreekEdmontonABIn cliffs along the creek -- fossils(abundant). Same as AB0126/AB0127?Cretaceousinvertebrates(abundant)-mollusks;plantsAB0464http://www.archive.org/stream/reminiscencesamo00westuoft/reminiscencesamo00westuoft_djvu.txt53.5168,-113.4730,,AGL2?|*
Mill CreekEdmontonABsame as AB0127/AB0464Cretaceous LowerBlairmoreplants-angiosperms-Araliaephyllum,Cinnamomoides;pteridophyta-CladophlebisAB012653.5168,-113.4730,,AGL2?|*
DunveganFairviewABon West bank between Dunvegan and Montagneuse RiverCretaceous UpperDunveganplants-angiosperms-PaleonupharAB012855.9892,-118.8281,,AGL4?|*
Dunvegan BridgeFairviewABN bank of Peace River. Dunvegan Fm. becomes marine east of the bridge,non_marine to the westCretaceous UpperDunvegan|Kaskapauinvertebrates-mollusks(marine)AB012955.9212,-118.6045,,AGL2|*AB0129,AB0130,AB0131
Dunvegan BridgeFairviewABin cliffs along Hwy NE of bridge AB0129/AB0130/AB0131 appear to be pretty much the same set of exposuresCretaceous UpperDunvegan|Kaskapauinvertebrates-brachiopoda,mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAB013055.9274,-118.5774,,AGL2|*AB0129,AB0130,AB0131
Dunvegan BridgeFairviewABin cliffs beside Hwy to NE. AB0129/AB0130/AB0131 appear to be pretty much the same set of exposuresCretaceous UpperDunvegan|Kaskapauinvertebrates-brachiopoda(rare),mollusks-bivalvia(abundant)-OstreaAB0131(brachiopods seem unlikely in these beds)55.9274,-118.5774,,AGL2|*AB0129,AB0130,AB0131
Alexo--SaundersFlagstaffABW on Dutch CreekJurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusksAB013352.4690,-115.8570,,AGL3|*
LongviewFoothillsAB32 km W on forestry road at narrow gap near ranger station in Limestone cliff. Same as AB0135?MississippianRundle Groupinvertebrates-brachiopoda-spiriferida-SpiriferAB013450.5370,-114.7316,,AGL4|*AB0134,AB0135
LongviewFoothillsABon Highwood forestry road. Same as AB0134?MississippianRundle Groupinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB013550.5370,-114.7316,,AGL4|*AB0134,AB0135
Priddis CreekFoothillsAB16-22-4w5{50.8648,-114.4894} Same as AB0137?Cretaceous UpperBelly River Groupplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-ElatocladusAB013650.8648,-114.4894,16-22-4w5,AGK2|*AB0136,AB0137
Priddis CreekFoothillsABs15t22r4w5 {50.8648,-114.4663} in sandstones,8 km. W of Priddis,off Hwy. 22X. Same as AB0136?Cretaceous UpperBelly River Groupplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-CephalotaxopsisAB013750.8686,-114.4777,s15t22r4w5,AGK2|*AB0136,AB0137
Bow IslandForty Mile?AB9.6 km N in coulees (Bow Island is at 22-11-13-w4{49.9169,-111.6878}) Same as AB0139?Cretaceous UpperForemostinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia;;plants(low grade petrified wood)AB013849.9733,-111.3972,,AGL3|*AB0138,AB0139
Bow IslandForty Mile?ABOldman River,north of town; brackish water fossils (Bow Island is at 22-11-13-w4{49.9169,-111.6878}) Same as AB0138?Cretaceous UpperForemostinvertebrates-mollusks(backish water);plants(petrified wood)AB013949.9733,-111.3972,,AGL3|*AB0138,AB0139
Deadhorse CouleeForty MileAB38.4 km S at Deadhorse Coulee, 7.5 km SE of Lucky Strike PO. Same as AB0145,AB0148Cretaceous UpperForemostvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)(teeth)AB014049.0773,-111.4446,,AGL3|*AB0147,AB0148?,AB0140,AB0145
Deadhorse CouleeForty MileABSE at S32T1R11W4{49.0719,-111.4309} (7km SE of Lucky Strike PO). Same as AB0147,AB0148?,AB0140CretaceousMilk Riververtebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-MyledaphusAB014549.0773,-111.4446,S32T1R11W4,AGL2|*AB0147,AB0148?,AB0140,AB0145
Deadhorse CouleeForty MileABon SE in tributary gull,-S12S33T1R11w4{49.0720,-111.4087} 12 meters above Milk River Sandstone BedCretaceousMilk Riververtebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Lepisosteus(gar)AB014649.0810,-111.4279,S12S33T1R11w4,AGL2|*
Deadhorse CouleeForty MileABon SE side S32t1r11w4{49.0719,-111.4309} 15 meters above Milk River Sandstone Bed. Same as AB0145?CretaceousMilk Riververtebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Lepisosteus(gar)AB014749.0773,-111.4446,S32t1r11w4,AGL2|*AB0147,AB0148?,AB0140,AB0145
Deadhorse Coulee--Lucky StrikeForty MileABBadlands (7km SE of Luck Strike PO) Same as AB0145?,AB0140Cretaceous UpperForemostvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaAB014849.2034,-111.4892,location:Lucky Strike Schoolhouse,AGL3|*AB0147,AB0148?,AB0140,AB0145
Etzikom CouleeForty Mile?ABarea exposures (roughly 14-6-9-w4{49.4667,-111.1075})Cretaceous UpperForemost|Oldmanplants-(petrified wood);vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaAB038349.3935,-111.4412,,AGL3?|*AB0141,AB0382,AB0383
Etzikom CouleeForty Mile?ABCretaceousForemostvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-IsurusAB038249.3935,-111.4412,,AGL3?|*AB0141,AB0382,AB0383
ForemostForty MileABS at Etzikom Coulee ( S17T6R11w4{49.4667,-111.4437} )Cretaceous UpperForemostplants(agatized wood),vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB014149.3935,-111.4412,S17T6R11w4,AGL3|*AB0141,AB0382,AB0383
GrotonForty MileABOn North Side of Milk River 3-10w4{49.2064,111.2617}CretaceousPakowkiinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB014249.2064,-111.2617,3-10w4,AGL2|*
ManyberriesForty MileABSW1/4s25t4r5w4 in Sandstone near base on W side of Coulee on S Manyberries Creek{49.3192,-110.5498}CretaceousOldmanvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-MyledaphusAB014349.3192,-110.5498,SW1/4s25t4r5w4,AGL2|*
ManyberriesForty MileABto E and SE in area badland exposures extending into SaskatchewanCretaceous UpperBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-arthropoda(uncommon)-(crayfish),(shrimps);mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea;scaphopoda;;vertebrates-fish(bones)(teeth)-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)AB014449.4000,-110.7016,,AGL4|*
Peace River DistrictGrande PrairieAB312 meters above base of Nikanassin Formation on the Sulphur and Sheep RiversJurassic UpperNikanassinvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-chimaera-ChimaerothecaAB014953.8904,-119.1155,Location: Grande Cache.AB,AGL4|*
Smoky RiverGrande PrairieABin S bank of River 4 km SW of Hwy 49 bridge over the RiverCretaceous UpperKaskapauinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Scaphites,WatinocerasAB015055.6644,-117.6704,,AGL3|*
Solomon CreekGrande PrairieABat Grigsby coal claimCretaceous LowerBlairmoreplants-angiosperms-AcrostichopterisAB015153.3334,-117.8357,,AGL4|*
Stinking Springs CreekGrande Prairie?AB34-60-13w5{54.2269,-115.8547}Cretaceous LowerBlairmoreplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-PityophyllumAB0153Stinking Springs Creek is possibly in the Kakwa River watershed54.2269,-115.8547,34-60-13w5,AGL2|*
Sulphur RiverGrande Prairie?ABon Pearl Creek 66 meters above base of Fort St John Group shalesCretaceous LowerFort St Johnvertebrates-fish(remains)AB015453.8377,-119.1663,,AFJl53|**AB154,AB166
Torrens Creek[?]Grande PrairieAB2.8 km above Hat Creek JunctionCretaceous UpperDunveganplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-CephalotaxopsisAB0152This seems probably to be a reference to the Torrens River in NW Alberta54.3832,-119.8695,,AGL4?|*
Abbott CreekGreenviewABnear Smoky River about 30 meters above coal seamCretaceous LowerBlairmoreplants-pteridophyta-CladophlebisAB015553.9173,-118.9982,,AGL3|*
Grande CacheGreenviewABIn steeply sloping beds at Smoky River Coals mineCretaceous Lowervertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(tracks)(abundant)AB015653.8754,-119.1403,,AGL4|*
Kakwa Creek BasinGreenview?ABBelow Dead Horse Meadows 4.8 km up tributary of Mouse Cache Creek ('Mouse Catch Creek' in original) and on Ridge aboveCretaceous LowerBlairmoreplants-pteridophyta-Coniopteris,SphenopterisAB016554.1117,-119.8718,,AGL3|*
Kakwa RiverGreenviewAB19.4 km above Lynx Creek. Same as AB0158?Cretaceous LowerBlairmoreplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Elatides;;pteridophyta-cycadopsida-NilssoniaAB015753.9811,-119.9102,,AGL4|*
Kakwa RiverGreenviewAB20 km above Lynx Creek. Same as AB0157?Cretaceous LowerBlairmoreplants-ginkgophyta-GinkgoAB015853.9811,-119.9102,,AGL4|*
Kakwa RiverGreenviewAB20-59-13w4 (should be w6?){54.1103,-119.9032?})Jurassic-CretaceousNikanassinplants-ginkgophyta-GinkgoAB015954.1103,-119.9032,,AGL3?|*AB0159,AB0160
Kakwa RiverGreenviewAB20-59-13w5(should be w6?){54.1103,-119.9032})Jurassic-CretaceousKootenayplants-pteridophyta-ConiopterisAB016054.1103,-119.9032,20-59-13w6?,AGL3?|*AB0159,AB0160
Kakwa RiverGreenviewAB4.8 km above Lynx Creek in tributary to SCretaceous LowerBlairmoreplants-pteridophyta-cycadopsida-ZamitesAB016154.0328,-119.7578,,AGL3?|*
Kakwa River BasinGreenviewAB3.2 km up creek entering Mouse Cache Creek below Dead Horse MeadowsCretaceous LowerBlairmoreplants-ginkgophyta-Stenorachis;pteridophyta-cycadopsida-PterophyllumAB0162Pterophyllum is a genus of Angelfish, but the name also seems to have been used for a Mesozoic plants-a cycad?54.1117,-119.8718,Location:Mouse Cache Creek.AB,AGL3|*AB0162,AB0163,AB0164
Kakwa River BasinGreenviewAB3.2 km up creek entering Mouse Cache Creek below Dead Horse MeadowsCretaceous LowerBlairmoreplants-pteridophyta-cycadopsida-PtilophyllumAB016354.1117,-119.8718,Location:Mouse Cache Creek.AB,AGL3|*AB0162,AB0163,AB0164
Kakwa River BasinGreenviewAB4.8 km up creek entering Mouse Cache Creek below Dead Horse MeadowsCretaceous LowerBlairmoreplants-ginkgophyta-Stenorachis;pteridophyta-cycadopsida-PterophyllumAB016454.1117,-119.8718,Location:Mouse Cache Creek.AB,AGL3|*AB0162,AB0163,AB0164
Mount MayGreenviewAB12km N = 54deg 16km N 1.6 km E of BC border (Doesn't seem to make much sense. loc used is 10miles N of Mt May, 1 mile E of border )Cretaceous LowerGethingplants-pteridophyta-SphenopterisAB001254.1849,-119.9721,,AGL3?|*
Smoky RiverGreenview?ABat headwaters on (of?) Sulphur River. Location is at mouth of Sulphur River?JurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-OppeliaAB016656.1834,-117.3194,,AGL4?|*AB0154,AB0166
Brule CoalfieldJasper Park?ABCretaceousLuscarplants-pteridophyta-SphenopterisAB020053.2854,-117.8694,location:Brule.AB,AGL3|*
Brule LakeJasper Park?ABN side of Athabasca River on E slope of Bullrush MountainDevonian Uppervertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii-holocephali-HelodusAB020253.2854,-117.8694,location:Brule.AB,AGL3|*
De Smet RangeJasper ParkABat N EndJurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Cardioceras,ImlayicerasAB0168Imlayiceras originally Imlayoceras53.1667,-118.2191,,AGL4|*
Deception CreekJasper ParkABPresumably near Deception Peak which is at 52d52m Longitude 117d24mDevonian UpperPerdrixinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB016952.8691,-117.3992,,AGL4|*
Esplanade MountainJasper ParkABE of Esplanade MountainDevonian UpperMaligneinvertebrates-brachiopoda-AllanariaAB017553.0775,-118.1003,,AGL4|*
Folding Mountain CreekJasper Park?AB30 meters below conglomerate outcropCretaceous LowerBlairmoreplants-angiosperms-dicotyledonae-Sapindopsis;;ginkgophyta-Stenorachis;gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-ElatocladusAB020453.1501,-117.6690,,AGL3?|*
Grey River[?]Jasper ParkABat Junction with Cabin CreekCretaceous LowerBlairmoreplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-ElatocladusAB0170Can't identify a Grey River or Gray River in AB. There are probably multiple Cabin Creeks. One is on the NE side of Lesser Slave Lake about 20km N of Slave Lake, AB, (55.54,-114.85). Another Cabin Creek is about 40km SE of Grande Cache near Pierre Grey Lakes. Latter used53.7736,-118.5319,location:Cabin Creek,AGL4|*
JasperJasper ParkABEdiacaran faunas in limestonesProterozoic UpperMiette Group-AB017252.8753,-118.0820,,AGL4|*
JasperJasper ParkABFossils may be from different localitiesSpray Riververtebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Platysomus,SaurichthysAB017352.8753,-118.0820,,AGL4|*
Maligne CanyonJasper ParkABat Lower Maligne CanyonDevonian UpperPalliserinvertebrates-brachiopoda-CamarotoechiaAB018052.8053,-117.6952,,AGK4|*
Medicine LakeJasper ParkABRidge between Beaver and Medicine lakesDevonian UpperFlumeinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Allanaria,EmanuellaAB017752.8628,-117.7412,,AGL3|*AB0177,AB0187
Medicine LakeJasper ParkABon Ridge between Medicine Lake and Beaver LakeDevonian UpperAlexoinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Cyrtiopsis,productida-ProductellaAB018752.8628,-117.7412,,AGl73|*AB0177,AB0187
Morro PeakJasper ParkABin shales near base of FormationDevonian UpperAlexoinvertebrates-mollusksAB018953.0333,-118.0691,,AGL3|*
Morro PeakJasper ParkABnear Hwy at Morro PeakDevonian UpperMaligneinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Atrypa,CalvinariaAB018553.0428,-118.0790,,AGL3|*
Mount HaultainJasper ParkABSE face 53d11m05N 118d16m07W also in overlying Southesk formationDevonianSimlainvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0448Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean53.1847,-118.2686,,AGL2|*
Mount HaultainJasper ParkABW side of Mt Haultain cirque in thick limestone bed below base of Simla formation 53d12m40N (2km too far N to match description?) 118d18m00sDevonianSoutheskinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0446Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean53.1838,-118.2980,,AGL2|*
Mt SimlaJasper ParkAB3.2 km SW of Mt SimlaCambrian Lowerinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-ZacanthoidesAB0174(Zacanthoides is a common Middle Cambrian trilobite. It is rare in the Lower Cambrian. Possibly either the age is wrong,or trilobite is wrong53.2521,-118.6839,,AGK3|*
Nigel CreekJasper ParkABIn Jasper National Park (maybe 'typical' but not 'type'; type is at Mt. Rundle,Banff)Devonian UpperPalliser-AB0190type exposure52.1755,-117.0504,,AGL3|*
Nigel PeakJasper ParkABIn Jasper National ParkDevonian UpperMount Hawk-AB0192type exposure52.2400,-117.1730,,AGL3|*
Nigel PeakJasper ParkABIn Jasper National ParkDevonian UpperPerdrixinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB019452.2400,-117.1730,,AGL3|*
Nigel PeakJasper ParkABIn Jasper National ParkDevonian UpperSouthesk-AB0193type exposure52.2400,-117.1730,,AGL3|*
Persimmon RangeJasper ParkAB5km W of junction of Wildhay River and Eagle's Nest Creek at top of Southesk formation 53d30m26N 118d35m28W Amoco Loc 15254DevonianSoutheskinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0457Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean53.5072,-118.5911,,AGL2|*
Persimmon RangeJasper ParkABE side of valley of South Berland River 53d32m38N 11N, 118d40m39W Amoco Loc 15253DevonianSoutheskinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0455Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean53.5439,-118.6775,,AGL2|*
Persimmon RangeJasper ParkABPersimmon Creek 53d33m34N, 118d43m26W Amoco Loc 15252DevonianSimlainvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0458Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean53.5594,-118.7239,,AGL2|*
Poboktan PassJasper ParkABNW of Brazeau Lake, 80 km SE of JasperTriassic LowerSpray Riververtebrates-fish-sarcopterygii-dipnoi-coelacanthiformes-BobasatraniaAB019552.3898,-117.1074,,AGL3|*
Pope Creek[?]Jasper ParkABCambrian MiddleCathedral (Canada)invertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-AlbertellaAB0437Pope Creek is apparently in the Willmore Wilderness Area roughly half way between Grand Cache and Hinton. Originally entered as 'Popes Creek'53.6001,-118.6192,,AGL3|*
Proposal MountainJasper ParkABat Proposal Mountain at the South End of Medicine LakeDevonian UpperAlexoinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Leiorhynchus,SinotectirostrumAB0181Sinotectirostrum originally entered as Sinotectiractrum52.8402,-117.6916,,AGK4|*
Redan Mountain?Jasper ParkABbetween forks of S branch of Snake Indian RiverCambrian UpperSullivan_ABinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-GlossopleuraAB0184Glossopleura is a mid-Cambrian taxon?53.1307,-118.2150,,AGL3?|*
Roche MietteJasper ParkAB53d10m15N, 117d55m00sWDevonianMount Hawkinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0459Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean53.1708,-117.9167,,AGL2|*
Roche MietteJasper ParkABE shoulder of Roche MietteDevonian UpperMount Hawkinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Calvinaria,GruenewaldtiaAB017653.1724,-117.9123,,AGL3|*
Roche MietteJasper ParkABnear Jasper Lake 48 km NE of Yellowhead PassDevonian Uppervertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii-holocephali-HelodusAB019753.1647,-117.9210,,AGL3|*
Roche MietteJasper ParkABon Rocky River in large concretionsJurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Cardioceras,Goliathiceras,ImlayicerasAB0188Imlayiceras originally Imlayoceras53.1381,-117.9369,,AGL3|*
Roche MietteJasper ParkABDevonian UpperPerdrixinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB019653.1647,-117.9210,,AGL3|*
Roche a PerdrixJasper ParkABDevonian UpperPerdrixinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB019853.2127,-117.8028,,AGL3|*
Rocky MountainsJasper Park?ABin Cretaceous bedsCretaceousWapiabi||Vimy|Sturrock|Muskiki|Dowlingvertebrates-fish(remains)AB020552.0000,-117.2523,,AGJ4|*
Rocky RiverJasper Park?ABon Upper Rocky River in lower part of Limestone above Banff shaleMississippianBanff, Upper Limestonevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii-hybodontidae-Scoliorhiza(teeth)AB020653.1333,-117.9857,,AGL3|*
Snake Indian RiverJasper ParkABnear Snake Indian RiverCambrian UpperLynxinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-TricrepicephalusAB018653.2003,-118.1614,,AGL4|*
Sunset PeakJasper ParkABat S end of Ancient WallDevonian UpperSoutheskinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Phillipsastraea;;;porifera(sponges)-stromatoporoidea-AmphiporaAB018253.4333,-118.8786,,AGL3|*AB0182,AB0183
Sunset PeakJasper ParkABat SE end of Ancient WallDevonian UpperCairninvertebrates-brachiopoda-Athyris,LadogiodesAB0183Ladiogodes originally Ladogioides53.4333,-118.8786,,AGL3|*AB0182,AB0183
Whitehorse CreekJasper ParkABon tributary of Whitehorse Creek in Miette Range District of Mackenzie 52d59m07N 117d32m20W Amoco Loc 11402,15269 -- the coordinates are in Jasper Park, ABDevonianPalliserinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsNT0047The miette range is in Jasper Park, ABPhillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean52.9853,-117.5389,,AEj42|*
Winnifred PassJasper Park?AB53d38m40N, 119d11m30W Amoco Loc 12541DevonianMount Hawkinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0445This lat lon appears to be near Bastille Peak several km N of Winnifred PassPhillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean53.8728,-120.0375,,AGL3?|*
Winnifred PassJasper Park?ABWinnifred Pass is near 53d38mN;119d12mWDevonian UpperMount Hawkinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Gypidula;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-PhillipsastraeaAB0207Winnifred Pass appears to be in Rocky Mountains near Kvass Creek possibly near 53d38mN.; long 119d12mW53.6333,-119.2000,,AGL3?|*
Winnifred PassJasper Park?ABWinnifred Pass is near 53d38mN;119d12mWDevonian UpperPalliserinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Athyris,Cyrtiopsis,SchuchertellaAB020853.6333,-119.2000,,AGL3|*
Winnifred PassJasper Park?ABWinnifred Pass is near 53d38mN;119d12mWDevonian UpperPerdrixinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Calvinaria,Hypothyridina,Leiorhynchus,WarrenellaAB020953.6333,-119.2000,,AGL3|*
SW AlbertaKananaskis?ABin area exposures about 175 meters above base of Formation. The Rocky Mountain Formation is exposed in the Canmore/Banff area, but may be found elsewhere as wellPennsylvanian-PermianRocky Mountain_ABvertebrates-fish(remains)AB000851.0867,-115.3400, Location:Canmore.AB,AGL4|*
Dry Island Buffalo JumpKneehillABOn Red Deer River 65 km upstream from Tyrrell. (24-21-22-W4{50.7924,-112.9162},29,34-21-22-W4{50.8069-113.0085|50.8215,-112.9623})Cretaceous UpperScollardvertebratesAB022250.8,-113.0,,AGL3|*
Kneehills CreekKneehillABfirst stream on S bank when following Dinosaur trail out of DrumhellerCretaceous UpperHorseshoe Canyoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea;;;vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB022351.5001,-112.8352,,AGL2|*AB0224,AB0225
Kneehills CreekKneehillABopposite mouth of CreekCretaceous UpperHorseshoe Canyonplants-angiosperms-sequoioidae-SequoiaAB022451.5001,-112.8352,,AGL2|*AB0224,AB0225
TrochuKneehillABA partial skeleton of an ornithomimid,found nearCretaceous UpperHorseshoe Canyon|Scollardvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaAB022551.8234,-113.2290,,AGL3|*
TrochuKneehillABTributary of Red Deer River,NE1/4-10-34-22w4{51.9000,-113.0287}Cretaceous UpperScollard|Horseshoe Canyonplants-angiosperms-Vitis(grape)AB022651.9018,-113.0433,NE1/410-34-22w4,AGL2|*AB0226,AB0227
TrochuKneehillABin area badlands near campground and Red Deer RiverCretaceous UpperHorseshoe Canyon|Scollardvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB022751.8234,-113.2290,,AGL3|*AB0226,AB0227
BlackfaldsLacombeABAt Mouth of Blindman River 3-2 km E and S to River (Blackfalds is at 26-39-27-w4{52.3773,-113.7745})PaleocenePaskapooplantsAB022852.3549,-113.7581,,AGL2|*AB0228,AB0229,AB0230,AB0231,AB0232,AB0233,AB0285,AB0288,AB0289,AB0290,AB0299,AB0467
BlackfaldsLacombeABAt mouth of Blind Man River-good fossil leavesplants(leaves)AB0467http://www.archive.org/stream/reminiscencesamo00westuoft/reminiscencesamo00westuoft_djvu.txt52.3550,-113.7578,,AGL1|*AB0228,AB0229,AB0230,AB0231,AB0232,AB0233,AB0285,AB0288,AB0289,AB0290,AB0299,AB0467
BlackfaldsLacombeABE off Hwy 2A 1.6 km E to Blindman River upstream just below a very thin coal seam (Blackfalds is at 26-39-27-w4 {52.3773,-113.7745})PaleocenePaskapooinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodaAB022952.3549,-113.7581,,AGL2|*AB0228,AB0229,AB0230,AB0231,AB0232,AB0233,AB0285,AB0288,AB0289,AB0290,AB0299,AB0467
BlackfaldsLacombeABE off Hwy 2A 3.2 km E to Red Deer River just downstream of mouth of Blindman River (Blackfalds is at 26-39-27-w4{52.3773,-113.7745})PaleocenePaskapooplants(leaves)AB023052.3549,-113.7581,,AGL2|*AB0228,AB0229,AB0230,AB0231,AB0232,AB0233,AB0285,AB0288,AB0289,AB0290,AB0299,AB0467
BlackfaldsLacombeABN side of Red Deer River 2.4 km upstream of mouth of Blindman RiverPaleocenePaskapooplants-angiosperms-Populus(Cottonwood)AB028552.3412,-113.7724,,AGL3|*AB0228,AB0229,AB0230,AB0231,AB0232,AB0233,AB0285,AB0288,AB0289,AB0290,AB0299,AB0467
BlackfaldsLacombeABOn Blindman River 1.6 km E and S to River (Blackfalds is at 26-39-27-w4{52.3773,-113.7745})PaleocenePaskapooinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodaAB023152.3549,-113.7581,,AGL2|*AB0228,AB0229,AB0230,AB0231,AB0232,AB0233,AB0285,AB0288,AB0289,AB0290,AB0299,AB0467
BlackfaldsLacombeABin vicinity of junction of Blindman and Red Deer River in river banks in light gray 3-30cm shale layer above 10cm coal seam (Blackfalds is at 26-39-27-w4{52.3773,-113.7745})|Plants seeds in overlying sandstonesPaleocenePaskapooplants(20 taxa)(leaves)(seeds)-angiosperms-Cercidiphyllum(Katsura);ginkgophyta-Ginkgo;(others)AB0232Permit required for collecting52.3549,-113.7581,,AGL2|*AB0228,AB0229,AB0230,AB0231,AB0232,AB0233,AB0285,AB0288,AB0289,AB0290,AB0299,AB0467
BlackfaldsLacombeABnear junction of Red River and Blindman RiverPaleocenePaskapooplantsAB029952.3520,-113.7623,,AGL3|*AB0228,AB0229,AB0230,AB0231,AB0232,AB0233,AB0285,AB0288,AB0289,AB0290,AB0299,AB0467
BlackfaldsLacombeABon Blindman River (Blackfalds is at 26-39-27-w4{52.3773,-113.7745})PaleocenePaskapooinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda;;plantsAB023352.3549,-113.7581,,AGL2|*AB0228,AB0229,AB0230,AB0231,AB0232,AB0233,AB0285,AB0288,AB0289,AB0290,AB0299,AB0467
BlackfaldsLacombe?ABBlindman River above Red Deer River Junction (general area 13-39-27-w4{52.3482,-113.7505})PaleocenePaskapooplants-angiosperms-Rhamnites;gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Araucarites;;pteridophyta-OsmundaAB0288Auraucarites originally Cryptomerites52.3520,-113.7623,13-39-27-w4,AGL2|*AB0228,AB0229,AB0230,AB0231,AB0232,AB0233,AB0285,AB0288,AB0289,AB0290,AB0299,AB0467
Gull LakeLacombeABalong lake shorePaleocenePaskapooplants(petrified wood)AB023458.4335,-116.1193,,AGL3|*AB0234,AB0235
Gull LakeLacombeABin beach gravelPaleocenePaskapooplants(petrified wood)AB023558.4335,-116.1193,,AGL3|*AB0234,AB0235
Joffre BridgeLacombeAB14 km E of Red Deer at Joffre Bridge. Permits required to collect. Rare,unusual specimens must be deposited with the University of Alberta. In calcareous claystone and coals in both banks and in a road cut upstream of the bridgePaleocenePaskapooinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta(8 genera);mollusks;plants(20 species),vertebrates-amphibia(disarticulated),aves(birds)(bones),fish(10 species),mammals,reptiliaAB029852.2707,-113.5739,,AGL3|*AB0236,AB0237,AB0238,AB0239,AB0298,AB0336
Joffre BridgeLacombeAB14 km E of Red Deer. Many quarries. No collecting. (Site is overgrown)PaleocenePaskapooplants,vertebrates-amphibia,fish,mammals,reptilia-dinosauriaAB0237http://www.museums.ualberta.ca/exhibits/joffrebridge/ghthesis.pdf52.2707,-113.5739,location:AB11 1km E of Red Deer River,AGL3|*AB0236,AB0237,AB0238,AB0239,AB0298,AB0336
Joffre BridgeLacombeABRed Deer River,in Paleocene sediments.15 meters up river cliff and in area road cutsPaleocenePaskapooinvertebrates,vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-amiidae-Amia,Kindleia;Miodon(mooneye),Phareodus;;mammals,reptiliaAB023852.2707,-113.5739,location:AB11 1km E of Red Deer River,AGL3|*AB0236,AB0237,AB0238,AB0239,AB0298,AB0336
Joffre BridgeLacombeABRoad cut,excavated by University of Alberta. No collecting. Now overgrownPaleocenePaskapooplants,vertebrates-fish(remains)AB023952.2707,-113.5739,location:AB11 1km E of Red Deer River,AGL3|*AB0236,AB0237,AB0238,AB0239,AB0298,AB0336
Joffre BridgeLacombeABplants,vertebrates-fish(remains)AB023652.2707,-113.5739,location:AB11 1km E of Red Deer River,AGL3|*AB0236,AB0237,AB0238,AB0239,AB0298,AB0336
DevonLeducABDinosaurs in (roughly 34-50-26-w4{53.3542,-113.7113})Cretaceous UpperHorseshoe Canyonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea,ornithischia-ceratopsidae;theropoda-Tyrannosaurus(teeth)AB024053.3577,-113.7234,,AGL3|*
DevonLeducABin gravel bars in North Saskatchewan River from Devon to Fort Saskatchewan|small amounts of gold as well as fossilsCretaceous UpperHorseshoe Canyonplants(agatized wood)(carbonized wood)(petrified wood)-angiosperms-arecales-palmsAB024153.3709,-113.7197,,AGL3|*
GeneseeLeducAB72 km from Edmonton on Saskatchewan River in fine grained shale interbedded with coal and clayPaleocenePaskapooplantsAB024353.4234,-114.3382,,AGL3|*AB0243,AB0244
GeneseeLeducABOn S. Saskatchewan River,E bankPaleocenePaskapooplantsAB024453.4234,-114.3382,,AGL3|*AB0243,AB0244
WetaskiwinLeducAB11 km SW of Falun at Mound Red Park in rocks in gravel pilesPaleocenePaskapooinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-CampelomaAB024252.8728,-113.3775,,AGL3?|*
Vermilion FallsLesser Slave RiverABVermilion Falls,Vermilion Chutes area (on Peace River) about 70km downstream from Ft VermillionDevonianMikkwavertebrates-fish(remains)AB0372Location is a guess based on satellite maps58.3708,-114.8700,,AGL3?|*AB0372,AB0444
Vermilion FallsLesser Slave River?ABin left bank of Peace River at Vermilion Falls 58d22m26N, 114d52m03W Amoco Loc 14014DevonianMikkwainvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0444Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean58.3708,-114.8700,,AGL3?|*AB0372,AB0444
Claw CanyonLethbridge?ABIn area badlands|typical exposures Bearpaw Formation -- Cretaceous shales and sandstones varying from 30 to 360 meters in Thickness. It is a marine shale that overlies the Oldman Formation and is overlain by the Horseshoe Canyon Formation. It is found in Montana,Wyoming,Alberta,and SakatchewanCretaceousHorseshoe Canyon|Bearpaw|Oldmaninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arctica;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,Placenticeras;(others)AB0431Can't identify a 'Claw Canyon' in Alberta. The location used is Lethbridge where numerous fossil collections have been made from the Bearpaw shale, but the actual location could be anywhere in Southern Alberta49.6942,-112.8330,Location:Lethbridge.AB,AGL5|*
LethbridgeLethbridgeABA partial mosasaur skeletonCretaceous UpperBearpaw Shalevertebrates-reptilia-squamata-mosasauridaeAB024649.6936,-112.8550,,AGMm84|*
NoblefordLethbridgeABNorth and E along base of Scabby ButteCretaceous UpperSt Mary Riververtebrates-fish-actinopterygii-lepisosteidae(gar)(scales),Paralbula;chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-Myledaphus;;;reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Leidyosuchus(teeth);;dinosauria-ornithischia-Pachyrhinosaurus(bones)AB024749.9186,-112.9977,,AGL3|*AB0247,AB0249,AB0465
Pothole CreekLethbridgeABSw1/4-34-2-22w4{49.1594,-112.8607}CretaceousBlood Reserve Sandstoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB024849.1648,-113.1343,Sw1/434-2-22w4,AGL2|*
Scabby ButteLethbridgeABSmall area of badlands south of Keho Lake,NE of NoblefordCretaceous UpperSt Mary Riververtebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaAB024949.9186,-112.9977,,AGL3|*AB0247,AB0249,AB0465
Scabby ButteLethbridgeABCretaceousplants-(petrified wood);vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB0465http://www.archive.org/stream/reminiscencesamo00westuoft/reminiscencesamo00westuoft_djvu.txt49.9186,-112.9977,,AGL3|*AB0247,AB0249,AB0465
Dizzy CreekMackenzieABalong the creekCretaceousBlackstone (Canada)vertebrates-fish(remains)AB025059.6169,-117.1528,,AGL3|*
Burnt Timber CreekMountain View?AB4.8 km west of juncture of North and South branches on North BranchCretaceous,UpperBrazeauplants-angiosperms-DombeyopsisAB025151.5574,-115.1985,,AGL3?|*
Burnt Timber CreekMountain View?AB5-8-31-8w5{51.6349,-115.0941}PaleocenePaskapooplants-angiosperms-Celastrinites,Hicoria(pecan),Platanus(sycamore);gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Araucarites,Elatocladus;;pteridophyta-Cladophlebis,OnocleaAB0252Auraucarites originally Cryptomerites51.6403,-115.1086,5-8-31-8w5,AGL2|*
Burnt Timber CreekMountain View?ABon South Branch|Typical locality Coleman,AB,at Ma Butte --Cretaceous -- Blackstone (Canada)? -- Typical LocalityCretaceousBlackstone (Canada)-AB025351.5344,-115.1944,,AGL3?|*
Burnt Timber CreekMountain View?ABon South ForkCretaceousWapiabi-AB0254Type Locality for Wapiabi formation?51.5344,-115.1944,,AGL3?|*AB0254,AB0255
Burnt Timber CreekMountain View?ABon South ForkCretaceousWapiabiinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea-BaculitesAB0255Type Locality. Wapiabi Formation -- Cretaceous shales and siltstones with some concretions. It overlies the Cardium formations and underlies the Brazeau Formation.51.5344,-115.1944,,AGL3?|*AB0254,AB0255
North Burnt Timber CreekMountain View?AB4km W on ridge 51d29m30N, 115d28m00sW Amoco Loc 11522DevonianCairninvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0452Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean51.4917,-115.4667,,AGL2|*
Red Deer RiverMountain ViewAB36km W of Sundre, N Side in sw1/4 14-31-9w5{51.6494,-115.1650}PaleocenePaskapooplants-angiosperms-Celastrinites,Platanus(sycamore)AB000451.6511,-115.1794,sw1/4 14-31-9w5,AGL2|*
BassanoNewellABon Bow River 12 km SW of townCretaceous UpperBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Placenticeras(occasional)(large);belemnoideaAB025650.7782,-112.6140,,AGL3|*
Dinosaur Provincial ParkNewellABAlberta (Cretaceous Upper:Campanian). A mostly complete,meter-long skeleton of a sturgeon (fish) from estuary deposits. A new bonebed,dated as being 250,000 years older than any previously known from Dinosaur Park,AlbertaCretaceous UpperOldman|Dinosaur Parkvertebrates-fish(sturgeon)AB025750.7620,-111.4846,,AGL3|*AB0257,AB0258,AB0259,AB0260,AB0261
Dinosaur Provincial ParkNewellABNo collecting,access only by guided toursCretaceous UpperDinosaur Park|Oldmanvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-theropoda-Albertosaurus,DromaeosaurusAB025850.7620,-111.4846,,AGL3|*AB0257,AB0258,AB0259,AB0260,AB0261
Dinosaur Provincial ParkNewellABin regional exposures outside the park in clay pebble bedsCretaceous UpperJudith River|Oldmanvertebrates(microfaunas)-fish(teeth)(scales)(bones)-actinopterygii-Acipenser(Sturgeon)(plates),Belonostomus,Lepisosteus(gar),Paralbula;chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-Myledaphus;selachii(sharks)(teeth)(uncommon);;reptilia(teeth)(bones)-crocodilia,dinosauria(small),(others)AB025950.7620,-111.4846,,AGL4|*AB0257,AB0258,AB0259,AB0260,AB0261
Little Sandhill CreekNewellAB3.2km NE of mouth of creekCretaceousBelly River Groupvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-theropoda-ChirostenotesAB026050.7668,-111.5185,,AGL3|*AB0257,AB0258,AB0259,AB0260,AB0261
Little Sandhill CreekNewellABin area badlandsCretaceousOldmanvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-MyledaphusAB026150.7668,-111.5185,,AGL3|*AB0257,AB0258,AB0259,AB0260,AB0261
Red Deer RiverNewell?AB8.1 km below Matzhiwin CreekCretaceous UpperOldmanplants-angiosperms-DombeyopsisAB0262Location used is on AB/SK border50.9668,-110.0016,,AGL3|*
Bosche RangeNorthern Sunrise?AB1.6 km S of Moosehorn Lakes 150 meters below top of rangeDevonian UpperSoutheskinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Ptychophyllum?AB019957.4888,-127.0081,,AGL3?|*
Peace River?Northern Sunrise?ABon Peace River 32 km above mouth of Battle RiverCretaceousvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-PtychodusAB0017This locality is questionable: no Battle River enters the Peace River.-HA There is a Battle River in AB that is a tributary of the South Saskatchewan River, but 32km above the mouth would be in West Central Saskatchewan Location used is the town of Peace River,AB56.2354,-117.2914,,AGL5?|*
CoronationPaintearthABarea exposures ( 13-36-11-w4{52.0865,-111.4365})Cretaceous UpperBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB026352.0903,-111.4482,13-36-11-w4,AGL2|*AB0263,AB0264
CoronationPaintearthABin area exposures ( 13-36-11-w4{52.0865,-111.4365})Cretaceous UpperBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea(abundant)AB026452.0903,-111.4482,13-36-11-w4,AGL2|*AB0263,AB0264
Bullmoose MountainPeace?ABCan't identify a Bullmoose Mountain in Alberta. There is a Bullmoose mountain in the Rockies in British Columbia about 50km West of the Alberta borderCretaceous LowerCommotionplantsAB026655.1999,-121.5029,location:Bullmoose Mountain.BC,AGL5?|*
Peace RiverPeaceAB4 km above town on W side in sw1/4s19t83r21w5{56.2039,-117.3010}Cretaceous LowerShaftsburyvertebrates-fish(remains)AB026556.2094,-117.3106,sw1/4s19t83r21w5,AGL2|*
Peace RiverPeace?ABalong river 1.6 km above mouth of Cadotte RiverCretaceous LowerShaftsburyvertebrates-fish(remains)AB026756.7273,-117.2094,,AGL3|*
Beaver MinesPincher CreekABNorth at Castle River -- Beaver Mines may be at 6-2-w5{49.4697,-114.1803}Cretaceous UpperBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia(clams),cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB0268Lat/Lon for the Castle River/Beaver Mines sites is at the AB507 bridge over the South branch of the Castle River. Actual sites could be elsewhere along the river or a few km N on the North branch49.5009,-114.2022,6-2-w5,AGJ3?|*AB0268,AB0269,AB0270,AB0273
Castle RiverPincher CreekABNorth bank between Hell Gate Canyon and cable foot bridgeCretaceous LowerBlairmoreplants-pteridophyta-KlukiaAB0269Lat/Lon for the Castle River/Beaver Mines sites is at the AB507 bridge over the South branch of the Castle River. Actual sites could be elsewhere along the river or a few km N on the North branch49.5009,-114.2022,,AGJ3?|*AB0268,AB0269,AB0270,AB0273
Castle RiverPincher CreekABin Cliffs upstream from bridge at Lees Lake turnoff from Hwy 3 (Castle River is in vicinity of 27-7-30-w4{49.5842,-113.9791})Cretaceous UpperBlackstone (Canada)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-PrionotropisAB0270Lat/Lon for the Castle River/Beaver Mines sites is at the AB507 bridge over the South branch of the Castle River. Actual sites could be elsewhere along the river or a few km N on the North branch49.5009,-114.2022,27-7-30-w4,AGJ3?|*AB0268,AB0269,AB0270,AB0273
ColemanPincher CreekABat Ma Butte (rough 8-4-w5{49.6442,-114.4530})|Typical Locality Cardium Formation -- Cretaceous Sandstones and shales overlying the Blackstone Formation. It lies below the Wapiabi FormationCretaceousCardiuminvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-ScaphitesAB0271Lat/lon is at DLS loc. Ma Butte is about 4km N of there49.6461,-114.4895,8-4-w5,AGK3|*AB0271,AB0279
CowleyPincher CreekABon Crowsnest River (roughly 7-1-w5{49.5568,-114.0465})Jurassic-CretaceousKootenay|BlairmoreplantsAB0272Lat Lon is DLS loc, Crowsnest River is 2km N49.5587,-114.0831,7-1-w5,AGL3|*
Crowsnest PassPincher Creek?ABIn RR cut adjacent to Crowsnest Lake 49d38m04N, 114d38m24WDevonianHawks Nestinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0461Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean49.6344,-114.6400,,AGL2|*
Lee's LakePincher CreekABin cliffs near bridge over Castle RiverCretaceousAlbertainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-PrionotropisAB0273Lat/Lon for the Castle River/Beaver Mines sites is at the AB507 bridge over the South branch of the Castle River. Actual sites could be elsewhere along the river or a few km N on the North branch49.5009,-114.2022,,AGL3?|*AB0268,AB0269,AB0270,AB0273
LillePincher Creek?ABat Crowsnest PassCretaceousBlairmorevertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-BeryciformesAB0286'Dakota' Fm. in original reference is an obsolete term not used in Canada49.5938,-114.5242,,AGL3|*
Livingston RangePincher Creek?ABin Oldman River GapJurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-InoceramusAB028149.8690,-114.3629,,AGL3|*
LundbreckPincher CreekABEast on Crowsnest RiverCretaceous UpperBearpaw Shale?invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAB027449.5833,-114.1686,,AGL3|*AB0274,AB0275,AB0276,AB0277,AB0278
LundbreckPincher CreekABLongview turnoff from Hwy 3 and E to Crowsnest River valley. In concretions above coal layerCretaceous UpperBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-ArcticaAB027549.5833,-114.1686,,AGL3|*AB0274,AB0275,AB0276,AB0277,AB0278
LundbreckPincher CreekABN at the Gap in the Livingston RangeMississippian?Livingstone?vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-chimaera-DeltodusAB027649.5833,-114.1686,,AGL3|*AB0274,AB0275,AB0276,AB0277,AB0278
LundbreckPincher CreekABN from Hwy 3 1.6 km E of Lundbreck in Crowsnest river banks.|oyster bedsCretaceous UpperBearpaw Shale|St Mary Riverinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAB027749.5958,-114.1419,,AGL2|*AB0274,AB0275,AB0276,AB0277,AB0278
LundbreckPincher CreekABWestCretaceous UpperBearpaw Shale?invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia(clams)AB027849.5833,-114.1686,,AGL3|*AB0274,AB0275,AB0276,AB0277,AB0278
Ma ButtePincher CreekABE face of Ma Butte,N of Coleman in the Crowsnest Pass. Type section of Ma Butte FmCretaceous LowerBlairmore|Ma ButteplantsAB027949.7333,-114.5187,,AGLCU|*AB0271,AB0279
Pincher CreekPincher CreekABIn cliffs along the creek -- fossils(abundant)Cretaceous-Eoceneinvertebrates(abundant)-mollusks;plantsAB0463http://www.archive.org/stream/reminiscencesamo00westuoft/reminiscencesamo00westuoft_djvu.txt49.4860,-113.9483,,AGL3|*AB0463,AB0280
Pincher CreekPincher CreekABCretaceous UpperSt Mary Riverplants-(felicites?)AB028049.4860,-113.9483,,AGL3|*AB0463,AB0280
Windsor MountainPincher CreekABWindsor MountainCambrian Lowerinvertebrates-hyolitha-HyolithesAB0178Also known as Castle Mountain49.2880,-114.2276,,AGL3|*
PonokaPonokaAB2.4 km E on Hwy53. 30 meters N of road near grove of treesPaleocenePaskapooinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-CampelomaAB028252.6697,-113.5341,,AGL3|*
PonokaPonokaAB9.6 km E at crossroad in extensive reefPaleocenePaskapooinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Turritella(agatized)AB028352.6672,-113.4297,,AGL3|*
PonokaPonokaABto ECretaceous-PaleoceneScollard|Paskapooinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodaAB028452.6714,-113.4956,,AGL3|*
Porcupine HillsRanchlandABCretaceous-PaleoceneWillow Creek-AB0287Type exposure49.9168,-114.0019,,AGL3|*
BlackfaldsRed DeerABat Junction of Blindman and Red Deer Rivers(leaves) above coal layer about 10 meters above river level (general area 13-39-27-w4{52.3482,-113.7505))PaleocenePaskapooinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta-anisoptera(dragonflylarva),coleoptera,diptera-Pseudolimnophila;;;mollusks-bivalvia-Unio;;;plants-angiosperms-Cercidiphyllum,Eucommia,Platanus(Sycamore),sequoioidae-Metasequoia;Viburnum,Zingiberopsis;ginkgophyta-Ginkgo;pteridophyta-Dennstaedtia,Osmunda;;vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-amiidae-Amia(scales);;;mammals(bones)AB0289A 'Chaitoptelea' was initially entered, but can't identify it or a plausible mispelling52.3520,-113.7623,13-39-27-w4,AGL2|*AB0228,AB0229,AB0230,AB0231,AB0232,AB0233,AB0285,AB0288,AB0289,AB0290,AB0299,AB0467
BlackfaldsRed DeerABseveral locations (general area 13-39-27-w4{52.3482,-113.7505})PaleocenePaskapoovertebrates(diverse)-amphibia(bones),mammals-primates(bones);reptilia(bones)AB029052.3520,-113.7623,13-39-27-w4,AGL2|*AB0228,AB0229,AB0230,AB0231,AB0232,AB0233,AB0285,AB0288,AB0289,AB0290,AB0299,AB0467
ElnoraRed DeerAB20.8km NECretaceousEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-LeptoceratopsAB029152.1208,-113.0164,,AGLn83|*
Erickson's LandingRed DeerABAbout 32km (downstream) NE of Red Deer, 30 meters above Red Deer River associated with shells and coalCretaceous Uppervertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-amiidae-Kindleia(vertebrae)AB0292http://paleo.amnh.org/reports/1910.html,The American journal of science, Volumes 189-19052.2387,-113.4599,,AGL3|*AB0292,AB0469
Erickson's LandingRed DeerABAbout 32km (downstream) NE of Red Deer, In sandstone blocks associated with large slide in riverbank cliffsCretaceous Upperinvertebrates,vertebrates-mammalsAB0469http://paleo.amnh.org/reports/1910.html,The American journal of science, Volumes 189-19052.2387,-113.4599,,AGL3|*AB0292,AB0469
Red DeerRed DeerAB1.6 km W on right bank of riverPaleocenePaskapoovertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-amiidae-KindleiaAB029752.2671,-113.8304,,AGL3|*
Red DeerRed DeerABon Red deer River in SE1/4 18-38-27w4{52.2593,-113.8380}PaleocenePaskapooplants-angiosperms-ViburnumAB030052.2593,-113.8380,18-38-27w4,AGL2|*
Red Deer RiverRed DeerABalong river and especially around 16-33-22w4{51.8254,-113.0553},24-34-22w4{51.9273,-113.0316},30-34-21w4{51.9418,-112.9607} (Sternberg)Cretaceous UpperScollardvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)-theropoda-Tyrannosaurus;TriceratopsAB000551.9455,-112.9723,30-34-21w4,AGL2|*
Red Deer RiverRed DeerABat various levels in Cretaceous exposuresCretaceousBelly River Group|Edmonton Group|Oldmanvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Acipenser(sturgeon)AB000651.9455,-112.9723,,AGL4|*AB0003,AB0006
Red Deer RiverRed DeerABCretaceous UpperOldmanvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-BelonostomusAB000351.9455,-112.9723,,AGL3|*AB0003,AB0006
Red River?Red Deer?ABThis is Red Deer River? Location used is Red Deer,ABCretaceous UpperOldmanvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-BelonostomusAB039952.2706,-113.8245,,AGl84|*
Burn's Coal MineRocky View?AB800 meters EJurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OxytomaAB0219Apparently located in Sheep River Valley E of Mt Burnshttp://www.peakfinder.com/peakfinder.asp?Peakname=Mount+Burns50.6482,-114.8270,location:Mt Burns 2kmE.AB,AGL3?|*
Canyon Creek (Moose Mountain area)Rocky ViewABJurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-HarpocerasAB0210There are several Canyon Creeks in Albertahttp://www.peakfinder.com/peakfinder.asp?Peakname=moose+mountain50.9344,-114.8284,Location:Moose Mountain 1km SE.AB,AGL3|*
CochraneRocky ViewAB1.5 km E in large RR cutPaleocenePaskapooinvertebrates-mollusks(non_marine);vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-amiidae-Kindleia(vertebrae)AB030151.1885,-114.4425,,AGL3|*
CochraneRocky ViewABSW on left bank of Bow River S4T26r4w5{51.1850,-114.4931})PaleocenePaskapoovertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-amiidae-KindleiaAB030251.1850,-114.4931,S4T26r4w5,AGL2|*AB0302,AB0303
CochraneRocky ViewABon Bow RiverPaleocenePaskapooinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodaAB030351.1885,-114.4425,,AGL3|*AB0302,AB0303
End MountainRocky View?ABon NE Spur in upper breccia S5T26NR9W (PLSS loc is 48.9918,-111.1027 2km ENE of Brigham Lake, MT, but this is probably DLS without the meridian 5? {51.1852,-115.2138})Devonian MiddleGhost Riververtebrates-fish-arthrodira-Coccosteus;placodermi-antiarcha-BothriolepisAB021151.1852,-115.2137,5-26-9-W5,AGL3?|*
Jura CreekRocky ViewAB1.6 km up fan and Canyon from Lime Plant roadDevonian Upper-MississippianPalliserinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-corals-tabulata-Chaetetes;;;mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidaeAB021251.0668,-115.1520,,AGL3|*
Kananaskis ParkRocky ViewABOn Highway 40[42?] at Ribbon CreekJurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Chondroceras,KeppleritesAB0213Lat Lon (where did they come from?) are on Hwy 782 in Bragg Creek]50.9467,-114.5716,,AGL3?|*AB0213,AB0220,AB0221
Kananaskis RiverRocky ViewABJurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-TelocerasAB021451.1001,-115.0687,,AGL4|*
Moose MountainRocky ViewABOn hill about 2 km past closure gate on Canyon Creek Road N from Hwy 66MississippianBanff|Rundleinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-blastoidea(good),crinoidsAB029550.9334,-114.8353,,AGL3|*
Moose MountainRocky ViewABtype exposure Rundle Formation -- Mississippian Interbedded dark and light grey limestones with some chert. It is capped by Pennsylvanian rocks of the Rocky Mountain Formation.MississippianBanffinvertebrates-brachiopoda(fragments),echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)AB0296This locality info is confused. Banff Fm. is well exposed and fossiliferous at Moose Mountain,but is older,than the Rundle. The 'type exposure' of the Rundle Group is on Mt. Rundle at Banff Park,NOT Moose Mountain. There is no Pennsylvanian Rocky Mountain Formation50.9334,-114.8353,,AGL3|*
Moose MountainRocky ViewABCretaceousBlackstone (Canada)-AB0293Type Locality (This is NOT the type locality of the Blackstone Formation: type locality is Blackstone Creek,north of Nordegg. There is no Blackstone exposed on Moose Mountain per se,but there is in the valleys to the east and west.)50.9334,-114.8353,,AGL3|*
Moose MountainRocky ViewABDevonian UpperPalliser-AB0294type exposure. Probably incorrect: the Palliser is NOT exposed at Moose Mountain; the type exposure of the Palliser Fm. is at Mount Rundle in Banff Park50.9334,-114.8353,,AGL3?|*
Mount McDougallRocky View?ABOn Eastern flank 50d53m39N, 115d02m37W Amoco Loc 11520DevonianCairninvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0453Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean50.8942,-115.0436,,AGL2|*
Nihahi RidgeRocky ViewABAt several locations on Nihahi Ridge Trail in Little Elbow Creek Campground on Hwy 66MississippianBanff|Rundleinvertebrates-bryozoa,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-crinoids;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(smallteeth)AB0216[lat lan is on a ridge about 4km W of the campground]50.8334,-114.9187,,AGL3?|*
Ribbon CreekRocky View?ABOn Hwy 42,400 meters from of old slate quarry. No Collecting (I may have merged two different sites here)JurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea,belemnoideaAB022150.9334,-115.1353,,AGL3|*AB0213,AB0220,AB0221
Ribbon CreekRocky View?ABJurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea,belemnoideaAB022050.9334,-115.1353,,AGL3|*AB0213,AB0220,AB0221
SeebeRocky ViewABin old open pit mine-molds in black shaleCretaceous UpperWapiabiinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-ScaphitesAB021851.0959,-115.0549,,AGL3|*
WaiparousRocky ViewABAt Creek on W side of North Branch of Ghost RiverDevonian MiddleYahatindaplantsAB030451.2963,-114.8643,,AGL3?|*
WatinoSmoky RiverABSouth on Smoky RiverCretaceous UpperKaskapauinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB030555.6824,-117.6880,,AGL3?|*
Berry CreekSpecial Area 2AB3.2 km SW of mouth of CreekCretaceousBelly River Groupvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-theropoda-MacrophalangiaAB030650.8300,-111.8206,,AGL3?|*
Berry CreekSpecial Area 2ABNear Red Deer RiverCretaceousBelly River Groupvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-StegocerasAB030750.8703,-111.8020,,AGL3|*AB0307,AB0308,AB0310,AB0321,AB0322
Berry CreekSpecial Area 2ABRed Deer River at and below mouth of Berry CreekCretaceousOldmanvertebrates-reptilia-champsosauridae-Champsosaurus;dinosauria(bones)-theropoda-Stenonychosaurus(teeth);;turtles-PlesiobaenaAB030850.8703,-111.8020,,AGL3|*AB0307,AB0308,AB0310,AB0321,AB0322
Berry CreekSpecial Area 2ABat Carolside Dam during low water periods 40 km E (S?) of Hanna on (not really) Hwy 36 (maybe at 16-26-12-w4{51.2143,111.6127} )Cretaceous UpperBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia(clams),cephalopoda-ammonoidea-BaculitesAB030951.2538,-111.6359,16-26-12-w4,AGL3|*
Berry CreekSpecial Area 2ABin various locations 90-150 meters above base of Bearpaw Formation 30-5-w4{49.4065,-110.5274},11-27-12w4{51.2869,-111.5786},20-29-11w4{51.4907,-111.5082},sw1/4,20-21-11w4{51.6635,-111.5230}CretaceousBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB031050.8703,-111.8020,,AGL3|*AB0307,AB0308,AB0310,AB0321,AB0322
Bullpound CreekSpecial Area 2?AB3.2 km W of Hwy36 32 km N of Red Deer River Bridge. There may be more than one Bullpound Creek in Alberta. Somehow an unconvertable DLS of 25-24-15-w5 and location of 51.0735,-115.9709 in Banff County has gotten into my notesCretaceous UpperBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB0028Same as AB0027,AB0029. 3.2km W of Hwy36, 32km N of Red Deer River Bridge would be someplace near 51.1772,-111.877351.0668,-111.9685,,AGL4?|*AB027,AB028,AB029
Bullpound CreekSpecial Area 2?ABThere may be more than one Bullpound Creek in Alberta. Somehow an unconvertable DLS of 25-24-15-w5 and location of 51.0735,-115.9709 in Banff County has gotten into my notesCretaceousBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB0027This locality was also visited by H. Allen (see Pollockville),also a small,grassy valley with no exposed Formation. Very questionable. See AB0028,AB002951.0668,-111.9685,,AGL4?|*AB027,AB028,AB029
Bullpound CreekSpecial Area 2?ABThere may be more than one Bullpound Creek in Alberta. Somehow an unconvertable DLS of 25-24-15-w5 and location of 51.0735,-115.9709 in Banff County has gotten into my notes. Same description as AB0027,AB0028.Cretaceousinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB002951.0668,-111.9685,,AGL4?|*AB027,AB028,AB029
PollockvilleSpecial Area 2AB8 km N then 4 km W in creek bed (see Berry Creek) creekCretaceous UpperBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB031151.1675,-111.6613,,AGL3?|*AB0311,AB0312
PollockvilleSpecial Area 2ABNWCretaceousBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB0312Note: this location is bogus. Visited by H. Allen in late 1970s,locality is a shallow,grassy valley with no visible exposure. May refer to cobbles or pebbles in creek bed. 'Cretaceous brachiopods',though possible,is very unlikely in this area51.1675,-111.6613,,AGL3?|*AB0311,AB0312
Sand CreekSpecial Area 2ABArea exposures along Sand Creek and in Red River banks 19.2 km below Steveville near mouth of Sand Creek (In Dinosaur Provincial Park-No Collecting)CretaceousOldmanvertebrates-reptilia-champsosauridae-Champsosaurus;crocodilia,dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-Corythosaurus,Hypacrosaurus,Procheneosaurus,Trachodon;Kritosaurus,ornithischia-ceratopsidae-Centrosaurus;Lambeosaurus,Monoclonius,nodosauridae-Euoplocephalus;Styracosaurus,;(skin_impressions),Stegoceras,theropoda-Albertosaurus,Dromaeosaurus,Struthiomimus;(unidentifiedtaxa?),(others?)AB0313The Oldman (or Old Man) formation is the Canadian equivalent of the Judith River Formation in the US. The fauna of these formations is very broad. The genera listed here are a sampling50.7523,-111.4141,,AGL3?|*AB0313,AB0316
StapletonSpecial Area 2AB48 km below StevevilleCretaceousOldmanvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-ornithischia-MonocloniusAB0314Can't locate Stapleton or any reference to it,but Steveville Ferry is in the present Dinosaur Provincial Park. Lat lon used is about 10km NW of Buffalo,AB50.9126,-111.0718,,AGL3?|*
StevevilleSpecial Area 2ABIn Dinosaur Provincial Park--no collectingCretaceous UpperDinosaur Parkvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-chimaera-ChimaerothecaAB031550.8334,-111.6185,,AGL3|*AB0315,AB0317
StevevilleSpecial Area 2ABNear Mouth of Sand Creek 16-20km N of StevevilleCretaceousBelly River Groupvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Belonostomus;chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-MyledaphusAB031616-20km N of Steveville seems unlikely. There is a Sand Creek in Alberta, but nowhere near Special Area 2. Assumed this is the same location as AB031350.7523,-111.4141,,AGL3?|*AB0313,AB0316
StevevilleSpecial Area 2ABOn Red Deer River 3.2 km S of Sand CreekCretaceous UpperDunveganplants-angiosperms-Artocarpus,sequoioidae-SequoiaAB0318Location is a guess based on another guess at the location of AB031350.7590,-111.4508,,AGL3?|*
StevevilleSpecial Area 2ABOn Red Deer RiverCretaceous UpperDinosaur Park|Oldmanplants-angiosperms-MenispermitesAB031750.8334,-111.6185,,AGL3|*AB0315,AB0317
StevevilleSpecial Area 2ABRR GradeCretaceousJudith Riververtebrates-reptilia-turtlesAB031950.8378,-111.5979,,AGL3|*
StevevilleSpecial Area 2ABRed Deer River banks 1.6-5.6 km below StevevilleCretaceousOldmanvertebrates-amphibia-Scapherpeton;reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Leidyosuchus;;dinosauria-ornithischia-nodosauridae-Euoplocephalus;Ornatotholus;theropoda-Dromiceiomimus,StruthiomimusAB0320E (N) bank is in modern Dinosaur Provincial Park--No Collecting50.8049,-111.5957,,AGL3|*
Red Deer RiverSpecial Area 4?ABbelow Berry CreekCretaceousOldmanvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-MyledaphusAB032150.8703,-111.8020,,AGL3|*AB0307,AB0308,AB0310,AB0321,AB0322
Red Deer RiverSpecial Area 4?ABbelow mouth of Berry CreekCretaceous UpperBelly River Groupvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-LepisosteusAB032250.8703,-111.8020,,AGL3|*AB0307,AB0308,AB0310,AB0321,AB0322
Tolman BridgeSpecial Area 4?AB4.8 km N 107 Meters above water level on E side of Red Deer RiverCretaceousEdmonton|Scollardvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-PalaeospinaxAB032351.8765,-113.0260,,AGL3|*AB0323,AB0322,AB0333
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB11.2km belowCretaceousEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-Edmontosaurus,hadrosauroidea-Saurolophus;ornithischia-ceratopsidae-Anchiceratops;;theropoda-StruthiomimusAB032451.7500,-112.9573,,AGL3|*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB12.8km belowCretaceousEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-ornithischia-Monoclonius;;plesiosauria-LeurospondylusAB032551.7347,-112.9498,,AGL2|*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB16km below in quarries on both banksCretaceousEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-Saurolophus?;ornithischia-Monoclonius,nodosauridae-EuoplocephalusAB032651.7189,-112.9374,,AGL3|*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB18.4km belowCretaceousEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB032751.6862,-112.9223,,AGL2|*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB2.4km above in quarries on both banksCretaceousEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-Saurolophus;ornithischia-ankylosauria-Ankylosaurus;nodosauridae-EuoplocephalusAB032851.8676,-113.0359,,AGL2|*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB25.6-27.2km belowCretaceousEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-Hadrosaurus?,Hypacrosaurus?AB032951.6231,-112.8873,,AGL2|*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB3.1km aboveCretaceousEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)-hadrosauroidea-HypacrosaurusAB033051.8745,-113.0297,,AGL2|*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB3.1km below in quarries on both banksCretaceousEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(abundant)(bones)-hadrosauroidea-Saurolophus;ornithischia-nodosauridae-Euoplocephalus;;theropoda-AlbertosaurusAB033151.8044,-112.9786,,AGL2|*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB4.8km above in quarries on both banksCretaceousEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-LeptoceratopsAB033251.8765,-113.0260,,AGL3|*AB0323,AB0322,AB0333
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB4.8km belowCretaceousEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-SaurolophusAB033351.8765,-113.0260,,AGL3|*AB0323,AB0322,AB0333
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB5.6km below in quarries on both banksCretaceousEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-Saurolophus;Leptoceratops?,ornithischia-ankylosauria-Ankylosaurus;nodosauridae-EuoplocephalusAB033451.7942,-112.9772,,AGL2|*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB6.2km aboveCretaceousEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-HypacrosaurusAB033551.8854,-113.0239,,AGL2|*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB8km aboveCretaceousEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB033651.9070,-113.0088,,AGL2|*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?AB8km belowCretaceousEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-Hypacrosaurus?,SaurolophusAB033751.7649,-112.9635,,AGL2|*
Tolman FerrySpecial Area 4?ABnearCretaceousEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-Saurolophus;ornithischia-Anatosaurus?,AnatotitanAB033851.8371,-113.02185,location:Tolman Bridge.AB,AGL3|*
DrumhellerStarlandABE side of Red Deer River 20 km below Drumheller in East CouleeCretaceous UpperHorseshoe Canyoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea;;;plants-angiosperms-sequoioidae-Sequoia(cones);;(petrified wood)AB034151.3851,-112.5233,,AGL3?|*AB0341,AB0344,AB0352,AB0348
DrumhellerStarlandABNear Ghost Pine Creek four creek crossings upstream from third bridge on dinosaur trail from Drumheller in recess in hills. May possibly refer to the unincorporated community of Ghost Pine Creek on AB583 at 51.7078,-113.5761(about 40km WNW of Drumheller)Cretaceous UpperHorseshoe Canyonplants-(petrified wood);vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB034251.7228,-112.9882,,AGL3?|*
DrumhellerStarlandABarea exposuresCretaceous UpperHorseshoe Canyonplants(petrified wood)AB034351.4597,-112.7110,,AGL4|*
DrumhellerStarlandABat East Coulee CreekCretaceousHorseshoe Canyon-AB0344type locality51.3851,-112.5233,,AGL3?|*AB0341,AB0344,AB0352,AB0348
DrumhellerStarlandABat Horseshoe CanyonCretaceousEdmonton Group?AB034651.4860,-112.7220,,AGL3|*AB0340,AB0345,AB0347,AB0339,AB0361,AB0346
DrumhellerStarlandABat Horseshoe CanyonCretaceousHorseshoe Canyoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,gastropodaAB0347type locality Whitebud Formation -- Cretaceous sandstones,clays,lignite and coal. It overlies the Horseshoe Canyon Formation and is overlain by the Battle Formation. It is a member of the Edmonton Group. Fossils include bivalves,mollusks-gastropoda51.4860,-112.7220,,AGL3|*AB0340,AB0345,AB0347,AB0339,AB0361,AB0346
DrumhellerStarlandABat Willow CreekCretaceousHorseshoe Canyon-AB0348type locality51.3804,-112.5386,,AGL3|*AB0341,AB0344,AB0352,AB0348
DrumhellerStarlandABin area badlandsCretaceous UpperHorseshoe Canyonplants-(petrified wood)(fragments);vertebrates(bones)(fragments)AB034951.4597,-112.7110,,AGL4|*
DrumhellerStarlandABon forks of Michichi Creek (May be the same locality as 'Horseshoe Canyon')Cretaceous UpperHorseshoe CanyonplantsAB035051.4790,-112.7119,,AGL3|*
DrumhellerStarlandABpast airport in couleeCretaceous UpperHorseshoe Canyoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea;gastropoda;;plants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Pinus(cones);;;vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)(teeth)AB035151.5082,-112.7477,,AGL2|*
DrumhellerStarlandABCretaceousHorseshoe Canyoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia;;vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaAB0339type locality. Horseshoe Canyon Formation -- Cretaceous sandstones,clays,lignite and coal. It overlies the Bearpaw Formation and is overlain by the Whitemud Formation. It is a member of the Edmonton Group. Fossils include dinosaurs,mollusks-bivalvia51.4860,-112.7220,,AGL3|*AB0340,AB0345,AB0347,AB0339,AB0361
East CouleeStarlandABin area hoodoos and at Willow Creek (East Coulee is a defunct coal mining town about 16km E of Drumheller)Cretaceous UpperHorseshoe Canyon|Drumheller Marine Tongueinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAB035251.3851,-112.5233,,AGL3?|*AB0341,AB0344,AB0352,AB0348
Horseshoe CanyonStarlandABAt Horseshoe Canyon. Type locality Blood Reserve Formation --Cretaceous Grey Cretaceous sandstones,laterally equivalent to the Horseshoe Canyon Formation. It overlies the Bearpaw Formation and is overlain by the St Mary's River FormationCretaceousBlood Reserve Sandstoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia(uncommon)AB034051.4860,-112.7220,,AGL3|*AB0340,AB0345,AB0347,AB0339,AB0361,AB0346
Horseshoe CanyonStarlandABat Horseshoe Canyon 17km W of DrumhellerCretaceousBattle (Canada)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,gastropodaAB0345type locality Battle Formation -- Cretaceous sandstones,clays,lignite and coal. It overlies the Whitemud Formation and is overlain by the Willow Creek Formation. It is a member of the Edmonton Group. Fossils include bivalves,mollusks-gastropoda;(others)51.4860,-112.7220,,AGL3|*AB0340,AB0345,AB0347,AB0339,AB0361,AB0346
Horseshoe CanyonStarland?ABin coulee in N part of canyon visible from parking lot. About 1 hr walk up creek near oyster bed in creekCretaceous UpperHorseshoe Canyon|Drumheller Marine Tonguevertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB0361There are two Horseshoe Canyons in Alberta -- one in Kneehill Cy one in Badlands/Starland51.4860,-112.7220,,AGL3|*AB0340,AB0345,AB0347,AB0339,AB0361,AB0346
MunsonStarlandABat base of cliffs near ferry crossing (This would be the Bleriot Ferry on the Red Deer River?)Cretaceous UpperHorseshoe Canyonplants-(petrified wood);vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)-EdmontosaurusAB035351.5731,-112.8848,,AGL3|*AB0353,AB0354,AB0355?,AB0356
MunsonStarlandABat ferry-bridge crossing of Red Deer River at base of cliffsCretaceous UpperHorseshoe Canyonplants-(petrified wood);vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB035451.5731,-112.8848,,AGL3|*AB0353,AB0354,AB0355?,AB0356
MunsonStarlandABto N on W bank of Red Deer River(Doesn't seem to make sense. Loc used is the Bleriot Ferry W of Munson)Cretaceous UpperHorseshoe Canyonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaAB035551.5731,-112.8848,,AGL3|*AB0353,AB0354,AB0355?,AB0356
Munson-Bleriot FerryStarlandABbadlands of Red Deer RiverCretaceous UpperHorseshoe Canyonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaAB035651.5731,-112.8848,,AGL3|*AB0353,AB0354,AB0355?,AB0356
RumseyStarlandABNW in SE1/4s31t34r21w4{51.9546,-112.9578} 6 meters above upper coal seamCretaceousEdmontonvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-amiidae-Kindleia;BelonostomusAB035751.9546,-112.9578,SE1/4s31t34r21w4,AGL2|*AB0357,AB0358
RumseyStarlandABSE1/4S31T34R21W4{51.9546,-112.9578} at Jordan's Local 6 meters above coal bedCretaceousEdmontonvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-MyledaphusAB035851.9546,-112.9578,SE1/4S31T34R21W4,AGL2|*AB0357,AB0358
RumseyStarlandABin badlands extending 13 km W and eastward to the Chain lakes(rather a large area. Location used is Rumsey,AB)Cretaceous UpperScollard|Horseshoe Canyoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia(clams)-Ostrea;gastropoda;;plants-ginkgophyta-Ginkgo;(petrified wood),(seeds);vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB035951.8430,-112.8383,,AGJ4|*
Rumsey FerryStarlandAB1km from Red River,E of RoadCretaceousEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-ThescelosaurusAB036051.8375,-112.9992,,AGL3|*
NevisStettlerAB4km NW (on Tail Creek?) NE1/4-10-34-22w4{51.8964,-113.0287}. Nevis,AB is about 30km N of this DLS location which is in the Red River badlands W of Rumsey. Location used is a small valley 4km NW of Nevis. Either location is plausibleCretaceous UpperEdmonton Groupplants-angiosperms-Vitis(grapes)AB001552.3796,-113.0617,,AGL3?|*
Red Deer RiverStettlerABIn area exposures opposite the mouth of Big Valley (This would appear to be at Dry Island Buffalo Jump Provincial Park)CretaceousEdmontonvertebrates-reptilia-champsosauridae-Champsosaurus;dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-Hadrosaurus,Hypacrosaurus;ornithischia-ceratopsidae-Centrosaurus;;theropoda-Albertosaurus,Dromiceiomimus;;turtlesAB036251.9413,-112.9669,,AGL3|*
Adanac MineSturgeonABin area of Carbondale River in several formations (Near Carbondale which is at 8-55-24-w4{53.7325,-113.5241})Jurassic-CretaceousFernie|Blackstone (Canada)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea,belemnoidea;;;plants(wood)AB036353.7455,-113.5231,,AGL4|*AB0363,AB0364,AB0365,AB0366
CarbondaleSturgeonABOn Adanac strip mine road (Carbondale is at 8-44-24-w4{52.7725,-113.4418})JurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-KeppleritesAB036453.7455,-113.5231,,AGL4|*AB0363,AB0364,AB0365,AB0366
CarbondaleSturgeonABnear Adanac Strip Mine (Carbondale is at 8-55-24-w4{53.7325,-113.5241} )JurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-GryphaeaAB036553.7455,-113.5231,,AGL4|*AB0363,AB0364,AB0365,AB0366
Carbondale RiverSturgeon?ABJurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-BuchiaAB036653.7455,-113.5231,,AGL4|*AB0363,AB0364,AB0365,AB0366
Battle RiverVermilion RiverABS of Ma-Me-O BeachPaleocenePaskapooinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda,(shells)AB036752.8907,-113.9735,,AGL3|*
Battle RiverVermilion RiverABin banks of River 16 km N of Edgerton turnoff from Hwy14Cretaceous UpperBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-brachiopodaAB036853.0420,-110.5046,,AGL3|*
VulcanVulcanABat Travers reservoir across lake from Little Bow ParkCretaceousBearpaw Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAB037450.2217,-112.9309,,AGL2|*
EdgertonWainwrightABN on Battle River. Note: this locality is questionable Rocks exposed in this area belong to Belly River Group,which is almost entirely non-marine. Brachiopods are unlikely. May be brackish-water clams,ect. misidentified as brachiopods. ( 1-44-4-w4{52.7577,-110.4426} )Cretaceous UpperBelly River Groupinvertebrates-brachiopoda(?)AB037552.9652,-110.4593,,AGL3?|*
BlairmoreWarnerAB3.2 km S at Lyon CreekCretaceous LowerKootenayplantsAB037649.5617,-114.4099,,AGL3?|*
BlairmoreWarnerABOn lower part of York Creek W of Blairmore Cretaceous LowerBlairmoreplantsAB037949.6272,-114.4703,,AGl83?|*
BlairmoreWarnerABin shale quarry in Green bedsJurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodaAB038149.6075,-114.4355,,AGM3|*
Crowsnest LakeWarner?ABLimestone quarry near campground at N endMississippianRundleinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;porifera(sponges);protists-foramsAB038649.6333,-114.6353,,AGL3|*
Crowsnest RiverWarner?ABE bank Hwy 3 to Cowley N 1.6 km 1.6 km E. 2.4 km N and W to river (Directions don't match maps especially well)PaleoceneWillow CreekplantsAB038749.5981,-114.0410,,AGM2?|*
Grassy MountainWarnerABN of Blairmore at Grassy Mountain JurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Anomia,Corbula,Cucullaea,Inoceramus,Lima,Ostrea,Oxytoma,PleuromyaAB037849.7000,-114.4187,,AGl83|*AB0215,AB0377,AB0378,AB0380
Grassy MountainWarnerABN of Blairmore at Grassy Mountain JurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Corbula;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Kepplerites,Paracephalites,WarrenocerasAB037749.700,-114.4187,,AGl73|*AB0215,AB0377,AB0378,AB0380
Grassy MountainWarner?ABat Grassy Mountain in Calcareous member of Blairmore formationJurassicBlairmoreinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;;mollusks-bivalvia,gastropodaAB0215Type Locality Cretaceous sandstones with a persistent Limestone bed in Middle of Formation. Fossils are mostly gastropoda and bivalves forming coquinas in some places. ostracoda [Originally 'Mt Allan(Nakiska)' which is at 50.958102,-115.225124 near Canmore,AB]http://www.peakfinder.com/peakfinder.asp?Peakname=grassy+mountain49.7000,-114.4187,,AGL3|*AB0215,AB0377,AB0378,AB0380
Grassy MoutainWarnerABat Grassy Mountain|Kootenay Formation -Jurassic sandstones,shales and,In some areas,coals capped by a cherty conglomerateJurassicKootenayplants-angiosperms-dicotyledonae-Sapindopsis;;gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Torreya;Sagenopteris?;pteridophyta-cycadopsida-Nilssonia(?);(ferns)AB0380Sagenopteris originally Agenopteris which seems always to be a typo49.7000,-114.4187,,AGl73|*AB0215,AB0377,AB0378,AB0380
Halfbreed CreekWarner?ABIn sandstone beds and thin conglomerate band along creekCretaceous UpperPakowkivertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks);;reptilia-turtlesAB038849.1476,-111.3080,,AGL3|*AB0388,AB0391
Milford Siding[?]Warner?AB1.6 km E in CPR RR cutCretaceous UpperBow Riververtebrates-fish-actinopterygii-amiidae-KindleiaAB0434The only Milford I have been able to locate in Alberta is an early 20th century Hutterite Colony in Raymond SE of Lethbridge. This looks to be a plausible location for a Cretaceous site, but RR sidings are sometimes named, and not always for the town they are in. Might be locatable by researching CPR trackage49.4668,-112.6614,Location:Raymond.AB,AGL5?|*
Milk RiverWarner?ABon Halfbreed (Breed) Creek in thin conglomerate layer in red sandstoneCretaceousPakowkivertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;reptilia-turtles(fragments)AB0391same as AB0388?49.1476,-111.3080,,AGL3|*AB0388,AB0391
Milk RiverWarner?ABCretaceousJudith Riververtebrates-reptilia-turtles-BasilemysAB0389Location is the town of Milk River,but this may refer to the river itself49.1488,-112.0871,,AGL4|*
Verdigris CouleeWarnerABAquila Formation - 29 km E of Milk River. Verdigris Coulee|Cretaceous Mammal Reference LocationCretaceous UpperMilk Riververtebrates-mammalsAB0384This site is Milk River Formation; there is no 'Aquila Formation' in Alberta. May be a confused reference to 'Eagle Formation' of Montana,which is equivalent to Milk River. 'Aquila'=~'Eagle'49.1179,-111.7612,,AGL4?|*
Verdigris CouleeWarnerABNE1/4,2-3-15w4{49.1773,-111.9114}Cretaceous UpperMilk Riverplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-GeinitziaAB038549.1773,-111.9114,NE1/4;2-3-15w4,AGL2|*
WarnerWarnerABDevil's Coulee Dinosaur and Heritage Museum -- Open May-early Sep. Has site toursCretaceous?vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria?AB0470See web site for hours and feeshttp://www.devilscoulee.com49.2823,-112.2026,,AGl71|*
WarnerWarner?ABin Devil's Coulee,near Warner (exact locality kept secret)Cretaceous UpperForemostvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea(eggs)AB0390Not entirely clear where Devil's Coulee is, much less the secret location49.2823,-112.2026,,AGL3?|*
Pigeon LakeWetaskiwinABW of WetaskiwinPaleocenePaskapooinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodaAB039253.0297,-114.0628,,AGL3|*
Rosebud Creek ValleyWheatlandAB10 km S of Tyrrell MuseumCretaceous UpperHorseshoe Canyoninvertebrates-mollusks;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;reptilia-dinosauria(bones)(teeth)AB039351.3461,-112.7664,,AGL2|*
Cripple CreekWillow CreekABnear BC borderCretaceous UpperDunveganplants-angiosperms-Liriodendron(tulip tree)AB0099There are Cripple Creek listings for both Cypress and Willow Creek counties|Liriodendron is a tulip-tree. location:Claresholm, AB50.032445,-113.582153,,AGL4|*
PulteneyWillow CreekAB6km W on Willow Creek? in SW1/4-1-13-28w4{49.1743,-113.6400}TertiaryWillow Creekplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-AndrovettiaAB00166km W of Pulteney would be around 50.0790,-113.7030)50.0503,-113.7062,SW1/4-1-13-28w4,AGL3?|*AB0016,AB0396
Waterton RiverWillow CreekABCretaceous UpperSt Mary Riverplants-angiosperms-NymphaeitesAB039449.5333,-113.2686,SW1/4-1-13-28w4,AGL2?|*
Willow CreekWillow CreekABsw1/4 1-13-28 w4{49.1743,-113.6400}PaleoceneWillow Creekplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-AndrovettiaAB039649.1743,-113.6400,sw1/4 1-13-28 w4,AGL2|*AB0016,AB0396
Willow CreekWillow CreekABPaleoceneWillow Creekvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-amiidae-Kindleia;LepisosteusAB039551.3834,-112.5352,,AGL3|*
Athabasca RiverWood Buffalo?ABat km 101.6Devonian Middle-UpperWaterwaysinvertebrates-brachiopoda-CyrtinaAB0401Assume this is 101.6km downstream from Fort McMurray57.5689,-111.5002,,AGL3?|*
Athabasca RiverWood Buffalo?ABat km 91.5 (downstream from Fort McMurray?)Devonian Middle-UpperWaterwaysinvertebrates-brachiopoda-PugnoidesAB040257.5099,-111.5360,,AGL3?|*
Athabasca RiverWood Buffalo?ABfrom Muskeg Creek S1T66R23W4{54.6776,-113.3372}Cretaceous UpperLa Bichevertebrates-fish(remains)AB040354.6776,-113.3372,S1T66R23W4,AGL3|*
Athabasca RiverWood Buffalo?ABin East Bank at km 43 (downstream from Fort McMurray?)Devonian Middle-UpperWaterwaysinvertebrates-brachiopoda-StropheodontaAB040457.0366,-111.5250,,AGL3?|*
Athabasca RiverWood Buffalo?ABin West Bank at km 57.5(downstream from Fort McMurray?)Devonian Middle-UpperWaterwaysinvertebrates-brachiopoda-EleutherokommaAB040557.2211,-111.6431,,AGL3?|*
Athabasca RiverWood Buffalo?ABse1/4s19t80r17w4 {55.9407,-112.6420} in sand and shale nodulesCretaceousPelicanvertebrates-fish(remains)AB040655.9407,-112.6420,se1/4s19t80r17w4,AGL3|*
Boyer RapidsWood Buffalo?ABat gypsum cliffs on N bank in green shale 1.8 km ENE of E end of island below Boyer Rapids (on Peace River) about 70km (closer to 200km?) downstream from Ft VermillionDevonian Middle-UpperWaterwaysinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Eleutherokomma,Ladogiodes,LeiorhynchusAB0373Ladiogiodes originally Ladogioides59.1847,-112.6263,,AGLCU|*
Clearwater RiverWood BuffaloABin N bank 11.8 km (air distance) -above Christina RiverDevonian Middle-UpperWaterwaysinvertebrates-brachiopoda-SpinocyrtiaAB0096This would presumably be the Clearwater River in NorthEast Alberta rather than the river of the same name that flows out of the rockies and joins the North Saskatchewan River at Rocky Mountain House56.7188,-110.2368,,AGL4?|*
Fort McMurrayWood BuffaloABin North Bank of Athabasca River at Moberly Rapids 17-89-9-w4{56.7134,-111.3911} is location of Moberly RapidsDevonian Middle-UpperWaterwaysinvertebrates-brachiopoda-StropheodontaAB039756.7190,-111.4085,17-89-9-w4;17-89-9-w4,AGL3|*
La ButteWood BuffaloABon West bank of Slave River close to the mouth of Murdock Creek in LimestoneDevonian MiddleLa Butteinvertebrates-brachiopoda,mollusks-gastropoda-pteropoda-tentaculitidaAB0398'La Butte Member' must be an informal term,as it does not appear in latest edition of Lexicon of Western Canadian Stratigraphy. There is a La Butte Creek that enters Slave River at 59.4224,-111.436459.4224,-111.4364,,AGl74?|*
Peace RiverWood Buffalo?AB118N16W[?] near creek entering from left bankCretaceous UpperDunveganplants-angiosperms-AraliaephyllumAB0436Location118N16W? - Dominion Land Survey location? 18-118-16-W4 {59.2435, -112.7118} would be on Peace River near center of Wood Buffalo National Park59.2435,-112.7118,location:DLS:18-118-16-W4,AGL2|*
Tar IslandWood Buffalo?ABOpposite Tar Is in Athabasca River at km 35.6Devonian Middle-UpperWaterwaysinvertebrates-brachiopoda-AthyrisAB0400The Athabasca River flows through Athabasca,Wood Buffalo,and Banff Counties56.9659,-111.4580,,AGL2?|*
Carson CreekWoodlandsAB54.2304346,-115.81702586,36-60-13-w5{Not Resolvable} roughlyJurassic-CretaceousNikanassinplants-pteridophyta-ConiopterisAB040754.2367,-115.8072,,AGL3|*
Fort AssiniboineWoodlandsAB6.4 km W off Hwy13(33?) 7.2 km W then 2.4 km S in ironstone band in river banks to E S1T62R6W4{54.3279,-110.7585}(w5 maybe?)Cretaceous UpperWapitivertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB040854.3229,-114.9554,,AGL3|*AB0408,AB0409
Fort AssiniboineWoodlandsABW on Athabasca RiverCretaceous UpperWapitivertebrates(bones)AB040954.3229,-114.9554,,AGL3|*AB0408,AB0409
WhitecourtWoodlandsABE on Athabasca RiverCretaceous UpperWapitivertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AB041054.1689,-115.6517,,AGL3?|*AB0410,AB0411
WhitecourtWoodlandsABon N side of Athabasca River and to ECretaceous UpperWapitivertebrates(bones)AB041154.1689,-115.6517,,AGL3?|*AB0410,AB0411
Boule RangeYellowheadAB3.2 km NW of Mt KephalaDevonian UpperSoutheskinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-tabulata-SyringoporaAB016753.3805,-118.0804,,AGL3|*
Brule CoalfieldYellowheadABCretaceous LowerBlairmoreplants-pteridophyta-SphenopterisAB020153.2854,-117.8694,location:Brule.AB,AGL3|*
Cardinal MountainYellowheadABon NE spurDevonian UpperMount Hawkinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-PhillipsastraeaAB020352.8472,-117.3189,location:Mt Cardinal.AB,AGL3|*
Coal ValleyYellowheadABin roof of Mynheer coal seam (rough loc 48-20-24(That's not a valid DLS location possibly should be around 26-47-20-W5) post BrazeauPaleoceneBrazeauplants-angiosperms-sequoioidae-MetasequoiaAB041253.0837,-116.8005,,AGL3|*
EdsonYellowheadAB12.8 km N at bridge over Edson River downstream to McLeod RiverPaleocenePaskapooplants-(carbonized wood)AB041353.6642,-116.2894,,AGL3?|*
EdsonYellowheadAB4.8 km E at bridge over the McLeod RiverPaleocenePaskapooplants-(carbonized wood)(petrified)AB041453.5827,-116.3356,,AGL2|*AB0414,AB0415
EdsonYellowheadABEast on McLeod RiverPaleocenePaskapooplants(petrified wood)AB041553.5827,-116.3356,,AGL3?|*AB0414,AB0415
Edson RiverYellowheadABNE of EdsonPaleocenePaskapooplants(petrified wood)AB041653.6650,-116.2786,,AGL3|*
Fortyfoot Falls Creek[?]Yellowhead?ABCretaceous LowerBlairmoreplants-ginkgophyta-StenorachisAB0432Fortyfoot Falls Creek is apparently a tributary of the North Branch of the Berland River. Lat Long is at the junction of the South(?) Berland River with a large tributary that might or might not be the North Berland River. Fortyfoot Falls is probably somewhere West (maybe far west) of there.http://www.diplomatsinternational.com/JLPublications_files/ABFossils2000Edition.pdf54.0037,-116.84167,,AGL5|*
Grave FlatsYellowhead?ABat Thistle CreekCretaceousWapiabivertebrates-fish(remains)AB042952.8834,-116.8356,,AGL3|*
HintonYellowheadAB8 km E on Hwy 16A (river road) 300 meters up Pedley CreekPaleocenePaskapooplants-pteridophyta(ferns)AB041753.4484,-117.4480,,AGL3|*AB0417,AB0418,AB0423
HintonYellowheadABEast on Pedley CreekTertiary or Cretaceous UpperPaskapoo|BrazeauplantsAB041853.4484,-117.4480,,AGL3|*AB0417,AB0418,AB0423
McLeod RiverYellowheadABnear mouth of Embarras RiverCretaceous UpperEdmonton, Uppervertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-ProtamiaAB041952.4886,-116.5797,,AGM3|*
Mount GreggYellowheadABRidge to NW 53d02m26N 117d29m08W Amoco Loc 11423DevonianMount Hawkinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0449Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean53.0406,-117.4856,,AGL2|*
Mount MackenzieYellowheadABNW flank 52d51N 117d16W Amoco Loc 11496DevonianSimlainvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAB0447Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean52.8500,-117.2667,,AGL3|*
Mountain ParkYellowheadABin shales near base of FormationDevonian UpperAlexoinvertebrates-mollusksAB0420'Rocky Mountains Park' was the original name of Banff National Park52.9180,-117.2665,,AGl74?|*
Mountain ParkYellowheadABon Upper Whitehorse RiverJurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-StemmatocerasAB0421'Rocky Mountains Park' was the original name of Banff National Park52.9181,-117.2725,,AGl74?|*
Mystery LakeYellowheadAB4 km above on Folding Mt CreekCretaceous LowerBlairmoreplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Elatides;;pteridophyta-cycadopsida-Nilssonia,PodozamitesAB042253.1753,-117.6707,,AGL3?|*
North Branch of Upper Berland RiverYellowhead?ABCretaceous LowerBlairmoreplants-ginkgophyta-StenorachisAB043054.0088,-116.9072,,AGL4?|*
Pedley CreekYellowheadABnear highway bridgePaleocenePaskapooplants-angiosperms-AraliaAB042353.4571,-117.4475,,AGL2|*AB0417,AB0418,AB0423
PeersYellowheadABNorth on McLeod RiverPaleocenePaskapooplants(petrified wood)AB042453.7260,-115.9902,,AGL3|*
PeersYellowheadABOn McLeod River 1.6 km W in gravel bars in RiverPaleocenePaskapooplants-(agatized),(carbonized),(stumps),(wood)AB042553.7141,-116.0065,,AGL3|*
Rock LakeYellowheadABNear Cairn Pass,Ram PassJurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Gryphaea;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-WarrenocerasAB021753.4603,-118.2664,,AGL3?|*AB0213,AB0220,AB0221
Sphinx CreekYellowheadAB4.3 km above Gregg RiverCretaceous LowerBlairmoreplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Elatides;Sagenopteris;pteridophyta-Sphenopteris;(others)AB042653.1168,-117.4856,,AGL3?|*
Whitehorse RiverYellowheadAB6.5 km N of Rocky Mountain ParkJurassicFernieinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-GryphaeaAB0427Probably Whitehorse Creek S of Cadomin,AB. 'Rocky Mountains Park' was the original name of Banff National Park52.9856,-117.3473,,AGL3?|*
Wildhay RiverYellowheadABCretaceous LowerBlairmoreplants-pteridophyta-SphenopterisAB042853.9834,-117.2691,,AGL3|*
Kanaga IslandAleutians EastAKinvertebrates-mollusksinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-ChlamysAK000151.7392,-177.4439,,AGL3|*
Cape LisburneAleutians West?AKCoal seams with Mesozoic plantsMesozoicplants(fragments?)(coal)AK000268.8750,-166.1100,,AGL3|*
Cape LisburneAleutians West?AKIn massive Limestone-chert above mixed sedimentsPennsylvanianinvertebrates-bryozoa,cnidaria-coralsAK000368.8750,-166.1100,,AGL3|*AK0003,AK0004
Cape LisburneAleutians West?AKin thin bedded Pennsylvanian mixed sedimentsPennsylvanianinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,mollusks-cephalopodaAK000468.87,-166.1100,,AGL3|*AK0003,AK0004
Alaska RangeBethel?AKOrdovician fossils on West SideOrdovicianinvertebrates(marine)AK000662.5833,-153.0833,,ADE5|*
Tununak-NelsonBethelAK65d45m N 165d W(This position is maany kilometers from any beach)|Amber in float on beachplants(leaves)(amber)AK000560.5870,-165.2495,,AGL3|*
FairbanksFairbanks-North StarAKAt filled in beaver pond on S Fairbanks CreekPleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Schizothaerus,SpisulaAK000764.8670,-147.3129,,AGL3|*
FairbanksFairbanks-North StarAKEngineer Creek in Pleistocene peat muckPleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusksAK000864.9294,-147.6370,,AGL3|*
FairbanksFairbanks-North StarAKNE in tailings between Ester Creek and Cripple Creek (The area between these creeks appears to be about 12km due W of Fairbanks)Pleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Gyraulus,Helisoma,Stagnicola,Valvata;;;vertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Alces(moose),antilocapridae-Antilocapra(antelope);bovidae-Bos(yak),Ovibos(muskox),Ovis(sheep);camelidae,Cervalces(deer);lagomorpha-leporidae(rabbits);pilosa(sloths),proboscidea-Mammut;rodentia-castoridae(beavers)AK000964.8376,-147.9913,,AGL3|*
FairbanksFairbanks-North StarAKRegional gravel pits in muck bedsPleistoceneplants,vertebrates-aves(birds)(bones),mammals-artiodactyla-Bison;carnivora-canidae-Canis(coyotes)(dire wolves),Vulpes(fox),(wolves);felidae-(lions),Lynx;Gulo(wolverines),Lutra(otters),Mephitis(skunks),Mustela(weasels),saber_tooth_cats-Smilodon;taxidiinae(badgers),usuridae(bears);chiroptera,insectivora,proboscidea(elephants)AK001064.8378,-147.7164,,AGL3|*
Glacier BayHainesAKFossiliferousPaleozoic Lowerinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda-leperditiidae-Leperditia;;;;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Acervularia;;;mollusks-bivalvia-MegalomusAK001158.7608,-136.3486,,AGH4|*
Glacier BayHainesAKinvertebrates-mollusks(shells),corals in thick Carboniferous LimestoneCarboniferousinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusksAK001258.7608,-136.3486,,AGH4|*
HomerKenai PeninsulaAKin nodulesOligoceneKenai (Alaska)vertebrates-fishAK001359.6425,-151.5483,,AGL3|*
Pybus BayKetchikan GatewayAKAt Admiralty Is in Cretaceous Lower LimestoneCretaceous Lowerinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-AucellaAK001457.2436,-134.1333,,AGL3|*
KaguyakKodiak IslandAKIn cutbanks along coast at 58d37mN 153d55mW roughly 100m above Naknek Formation USGS Mesozoic 25280Cretaceous Upperinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus,Pleuromya;cephalopoda-ammonoideaAK0015http://www.alaskafossil.com/ Loc 358.6167,-153.9167,,AGL2|*AK0015,AK0017
KodiakKodiak IslandAKTriassic Fossils in contorted shales and Limestones on Woody IslandTriassic-AK001657.7787,-152.3320,,AGL3|*
Swikshak BayKodiak IslandAKNW of Swikshak Bay,Afognak QuadEocene?plants-angiosperms-Alnus(alder)AK0017http://www.alaskafossil.com/ Loc 1,2 RPO-158,RAW-10158.5969,-153.9069,,AGL3|*AK0015,AK0017
Kujulik BayLake and PeninsulaAK56d30m N 158d W (These coordinates seem to be a number of kilometers offshore. Presumably they are approximate)plants(petrified wood)AK001856.6150,-157.8586,,AGL4|*
Nonvainuk LakeLake and PeninsulaAK59d N 155d40m W?plants(petrified wood)AK0061There does not seem to be a 'Nunvainuk Lake' in Alaska58.9981,-155.4186,,AGJ3|*
PalmerMatanuska-SusitnaAKFossils reported at fee collecting site At Atlanta House at Milepost 166 on Glenn Hwy-AK001961.6057,-149.1119,,AGL3?|*
Talkeetna DomeMatanuska-Susitna?AK13 km from Glenn Hwy,marine shales|poorly preserved fossilsinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-PectenAK002062.3211,-150.1065,,AGL3|*
Cape MountainNomeAKOn E flankMississippian-Pennsylvanianinvertebrates-mollusksAK002165.5764,-168.0075,,AGL3|*AK0021,AK0022
Cape Prince of WalesNomeAKIn limestonesDevonian-AK002265.6084,-168.0798,,AGL4|*AK0021,AK0022
NomeNomeAKIn Silurian Nome seriesSilurianPort Clarence Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusksAK002364.5018,-165.4060,,AGL3|*
ArcticNorth SlopeAKIn late Triassic limestones and cherts of Shublik FormationTriassicShublik (Alaska)-AK002469.3748,-152.9345,,AGL4|*AK0024,AK0025,AK0026,AK0027
ArcticNorth SlopeAKOther exposuresTriassicShublik (Alaska)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-PosidoniaAK002569.3748,-152.9345,,AGL4|*AK0024,AK0025,AK0026,AK0027
ArcticNorth SlopeAKat 69d22.5m N and 152d56m W in 3 km bluff on N side of creekPermian-TriassicShublik (Alaska)?invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Entomonotis,Halobia,Posidonia;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Arcestes,Hungarites,Leiophyllites,Pseudaplococeras,TrachycerasAK002669.3241,-152.7347,,AGL4|*AK0024,AK0025,AK0026,AK0027
ArcticNorth SlopeAKat 69d22.5m N and 152d56m W in 3 km bluff on N side of creekTriassicShublik (Alaska)?-AK002769.3241,-152.7347,,AGL4|*AK0024,AK0025,AK0026,AK0027
ArcticNorth Slope?AKTiglukpuk Creek in Triassic Lower shale vertebratesTriassicvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-palaeoniscidae-Boreosomus;;sarcopterygii-dipnoi-coelacanthiformes;;;reptilia(bones)AK0036Tiglukpuk Creek appears to be on the Alaskan North Slope probably East of Chandler Lake68.5228,-152.0578,,AGL4?|*
Chandler RiverNorth SlopeAKin cutbanks from Torok Creek to Kiruktagiak RiverCretaceous LowerTorok?AK005569.4514,-151.4975,,AGL4|*AK0029,AK0035,AK0055
Colville RiverNorth SlopeAKIn sites on Colville River Lipscomb Beds near river level,Kikak-Tegoseak quarry near top of 100m bluff,Byers Bed,Sling Point,Old bone beach,NinsiukCretaceous,UpperPrince Creekplants,vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(8 taxa)AK0065http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/teachers/programs/3511_arcticdino.html,http://www.jstor.org/pss/452414870.0644,-151.1029,,AGL4|*
Endicott MountainsNorth Slope?AKin Limestone and ChertTriassicOtukinvertebrates-conodonts,mollusks-bivalvia-Monotis;;;protists-radiolariaAK005668.1667,-149.5000,,AFG4|*
Fortress MountainNorth SlopeAK68d35m N 152d58m W in Fortress Mountain Formation along 560 km front between Sagavanirktok River and Kukpowruk River. Late Jurassic to Cretaceous UpperCretaceousFortress Mountain?AK002868.5833,-152.9775,,AGL3|*
Fortress MountainNorth SlopeAKE of Castle Mountain on Torok CreekCretaceousFortress Mountainvertebrates-fishAK002968.6900,-152.3239,,AGL3|*AK0029,AK0034
Fortress MountainNorth SlopeAKKiruktagiak RiverCretaceousFortress Mountaininvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-AucellinaAK003068.5041,-152.6660,,AGL4|*
Ketik RiverNorth SlopeAKArctic Alaska|in coal seamsCretaceousChandler|Prince Creekinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta;mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea;;;plants(amber)(plants),vertebratesAK003170.1172,-159.605,,AGL4|*
Killik RiverNorth SlopeAKArctic Alaska along E trending belt 10-20 km wide,narrowing to East from Killik River nearly to Itkillik RiverCretaceous LowerTorokinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Beudanticeras,Gastroplites,Subarcthoplites;nautilidae-ColvilliaAK003268.9860,-152.2540,,AGL4?|*
Kuk RiverNorth SlopeAKArctic Alaska|in coal seamsCretaceousChandler|Prince Creekinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta;mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea;;;plants(amber)(plants),vertebratesAK003369.9265,-159.5325,,AGL4?|*
North SlopeNorth Slope?AKIn block sooty shaleTriassicShublik (Alaska)|Karen Creekinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-MonotisAK003769.5345,-145.7227,,AGL4?|*
Okpikruak RiverNorth Slope?AKArctic Alaska on Okpikruak Riverinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-ColvilliaAK003868.3619,-153.2231,,AGL3|*
Torok CreekNorth SlopeAKbetween 68d40 meters and 68d44 meters N -- couldn't find a map with UTM grid and would need an X coordinate to resolve via a converter and I don't think this is valid UTM anyway, Maybe 68 degrees 40 minutes? = 68.67N Assume that the outcrop is at Tuktu Bluff near mouth of creekCretaceous LowerTorok?AK003468.6872,-152.3,,AGL3|*AK0029,AK0035,AK0055
Tuktu BluffsNorth SlopeAKArctic Alaska at Tuktu Bluffs on Chandler River in 300 meter thick Tuktu formation above Torok FormationCretaceous LowerTuktuinvertebrates(abundant)-mollusks-bivalvia-Dicranodonta,Inoceramus,Panopea,Solecurtus,Yoldia;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Cleoniceras,Gastroplites;;;;worms-annelida-polychaeta-DitrupaAK003568.7328,-152.3053,,AGL3|*AK0029,AK0035,AK0055
Long Is-Kasaan BayPrince of Wales-HyderAKEuropean-Asian Devonian faunas in LimestonesDevonianinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;mollusks-bivalvia-Hercynella;;(others)AK004155.5417,-132.4018,location:Kasaan.AK,AGL4|*
KlawockPrince of Wales-Outer KetchikanAKW coast Devonian Upper brachiopodsDevonian Upperinvertebrates-brachiopoda-productida-Productella;spiriferida-Spirifer;;cnidaria-corals-rugosa(horn_corals)-ZaphrentisAK004055.5525,-133.0958,,AGL3|*AK0039,AK0040
KlawockPrince of Wales-Outer KetchikanAKW coastDevonian Upperinvertebrates-brachiopoda-productida-Productella;spiriferida-Spirifer;;cnidaria-corals-rugosa(horn_corals)-ZaphrentisAK003955.5525,-133.0958,,AGL3|*AK0039,AK0040
Prince of Wales IslandPrince of Wales-Outer KetchikanAK?AK004255.6319,-132.9075,,AGL4|*
Trocadero BayPrince of Wales-Outer KetchikanAKOn small island inPennsylvanian LowerLimestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Gastrioceras,GlaphyritesAK004355.3619,-133.0269,,ACL4|*
Freshwater BaySitkaAKOn Chicagof Island in long narrow peninsula extending out 7 km in LimestonesCarboniferousinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)AK004457.8736,-134.9849,,ACL3|*
Freshwater BaySitkaAKS side of Chicagof Island in 300 meters of Silurian limestones.. Bottom 200 meters Leperditia,fragmentary crustacea. Top 100 meters MegalomusSilurianinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda-Isochilina,leperditiidae-Leperditia;;phyllocarida-Ceratiocaris;;;mollusks-bivalvia-MegalomusAK004557.8917,-135.0794,,ACL4|*
SitkaSitkaAKSilurian limestonesSilurianinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-tabulata-CateniporaAK004657.0531,-135.33,,ACL3|*
Eagle-Circle districtSoutheast FairbanksAKMississippian-PennsylvanianCalico Bluff, Lower Middleinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Girtyoceras,Goniatites,NeoglyphiocerasAK004764.7878,-141.1982,location:Eagle.AK,AGL4|*
Nation RiverSoutheast FairbanksAKat mouth of Yukon River (Loc used is mouth of Nation River)invertebrates-brachiopoda,mollusksAK004865.1995,-141.7125,,AGL4?|*AK0048,AK0049
Yukon RiverSoutheast Fairbanks?AKnear Canadian borderTriassicGlenn Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-MonotisAK004965.1995,-141.7125,,AGL4?|*AK0048,AK0049
Copper River BasinValdez-Cordova?AKin LimestonePennsylvanianinvertebrates-brachiopoda,mollusksAK005162.1578,-143.8055,,AGL4|*
Kayak IsValdez-CordovaAKMiocene, LowerYakatagainvertebrates-mollusksAK0064http://www.aber.ac.uk/~glawww/epgr/15_north_america_phanerozoic_.691_to_717.pdf59.9158,-144.4304,,AGL3|*
Kletsan CreekValdez-CordovaAK(in White River basin,in St Elias range) well preserved Paleozoic Upper fossilsinvertebrates(marine)(well_preserved)AK005061.7378,-141.0200,,AGL4|*AK0050,AK0062
White River BasinValdez-Cordova[?]AKCarboniferousinvertebrates-brachiopoda,mollusksAK0062There seem to be several White Rivers in Alaska61.7315,-141.3473,,AGl74?|*AK0050,AK0062
Hamilton BayWrangell-PetersburgAKNorth Shore in Triassic Limestone Conglomerate Brachiopods and bivalvesTriassicinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Rhynchonella,spiriferida-Spiriferina;;mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-Pecten;Pleuromya,Pseudomonotis;cephalopoda-ammonoideaAK005256.9071,-133.7984,,AGl73|*
Kuiu IslandWrangell-PetersburgAKIn Mead Point area -- NE in 700 meters of Silurian LimestoneSilurianinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Conchidium,Whitfieldia;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Diphyphyllum;;;mollusks-gastropoda-Holopea,MurchisoniaAK005356.5799,-134.2783,,AGL3?|*
Kupreanof IslandWrangell-PetersburgAKregional Carboniferous limestonesCarboniferousinvertebrates-brachiopoda,mollusksAK005456.7928,-133.4969,,AGL4|*
YakatagaYakutatAKNearby in sandstone and limestoneMiocene-HoloceneYakatagainvertebrates-mollusksAK0063http://www.aber.ac.uk/~glawww/epgr/15_north_america_phanerozoic_.691_to_717.pdf60.0809,-142.4851,,AGL3|*
Brooks RangeYukon-Koyukuk?AKIn W part in dark grayMississippianLisburne Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Beyrichoceras,Dimorphoceras,Entogonites,Eothalassoceras[?],Girtyoceras,Goniatites,SudeticerasAK0060Eothalassoceras is 'Eochalassoceras' in original Ransom 'Fossils in America'67.7926,-155.6543,,ADe75|*
Melozitna RiverYukon-KoyukukAKfrom mouth back into Koyokuk River basin Impure Cretaceous LimestonesCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-AucellaAK0057Original says 'Melozi River'65.6394,-153.1906,,ADL4|*
Porcupine RiverYukon-KoyukukAKDevonian fossils in LimestoneDevonianinvertebrates(marine)AK005866.5778,-145.4331,,AGL4|*
Yukon RiverYukon-KoyukukAKIn East Central Alaska in Eagle,Tatonduk River,Nation,Woodchopper area|Lower to Upper Cambrian trilobitesProterozoic-CambrianTindir (Alaska)fungi,ichnofossils-burrows_invertebrate-Oldhamia;;invertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;porifera?-archaeocyatha;;microfossils-stromatolites;microorganisms-acritarchs;plants-algae;protistsAK005966.5778,-145.4331,,AEF4|*
House BluffAutaugaALIn fields along back of town along Alabama River|well preserved shellsinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;(shells)(well_preserved);;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;reptilia-squamata-mosasauridae-TylosaurusAL0002Tylosaurus originally Leidon32.4056,-86.7206,,AGL3|*
PrattvilleAutaugaALCretaceousEutawinvertebrates(shells)AL000332.4264,-86.4458,,AGL3|*
Alexanders LandingBarbourAL13 km below Eufaulainvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-decapoda(crabs)(claws);;mollusks;vertebrates-fish(teeth)AL000431.7789,-85.1406,,AGL3|*AL0004,AL0005
Alexanders LandingBarbourAL4 km below in 8 meters of echinoid bearing rocksinvertebrates-echinoderms,mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium,OstreaAL000531.7789,-85.1406,,AGL3|*AL0004,AL0005
ClaytonBarbourALarea limestonesinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL000631.8781,-85.4497,,AGL3|*
EufaulaBarbourALIn right bank of Chattahoochee River opposite mouth of Burstahatchee[?] Creekinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-decapoda(crabs)(fragments);;echinoderms-echinoidea-Hemiaster,Porosoma;;mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium,Exogyra,Gryphaea,Inoceramus,Ostrea,pectinidae-Pecten;Veniella;gastropoda-TurritellaAL0007Unable to identify 'Burstahatchee' Creek. Site may be in Georgia as the original citation is for Eufaula,Barbour County,Georgia. Eufaula and Barbour County are on the Alabama side of the River,but the river/lake are only about a kilometer wide. Porosoma originally Coptosoma31.8911,-85.1456,,AGL4|*
EufaulaBarbourALIn river bluff below bridgeinvertebrates(diverse)-cnidaria-corals;echinoderms,mollusks;wormsAL0008site may well be on Georgia side of the Chattahoochee River31.8916,-85.1349,,AGL3|*
EufaulaBarbourALin roadcuts on AL97 8.5-9km NW of US431CretaceousRipleyinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)(teeth)-pristidae(sawfish)(teeth)AL000931.9803,-85.1545,,AGL3|*
Lakeport Resort SPBarbourALAt junction of US431 and AL651 (in Russell County). There does not seem to be a highway 651 in Alabama. There is a highway 165, but its junction with AL431 is just South of the Russell County LineCretaceousEutawvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)(occasional)AL025732.0007,-85.1156,,AGL4|*AL0257,AL0258
Lakeport Resort SPBarbourALIn road cut at US431 AL165|{13}CretaceousEutawvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)(sparse)AL025832.0007,-85.1156,,AGL2|*AL0257,AL0258
Roods Upper BendBarbourALat Roanoke Bluff 17km above Eufaulainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-CrassatellaAL0012invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Crassatella originally entered as CrassalitesU.S. Geological Survey professional paper 483 By Geological Survey (U.S.) Contributions to Paleontology 196332.1090,-85.0586,,AGL3|*AL0012,AL0013,AL0014
Soapstone CreekBarbourALJust above mouth (on creek itself?)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Anomia,Cardium,Crassatellites,Glycymeris,Leda,Nucula,Ostrea,pectinidae-Pecten;Trigonarca,Trigonia;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-(Corax),Lamna,OtodusAL001332.3644,-86.8978,,AGL2|*AL0012,AL0013,AL0014
Soapstone CreekBarbourALjust above mouth on Chattahoochee River between Upper and Lower Roods Bendinvertebrates-mollusks;vertebrates-reptilia-(coprolites),crocodilia(teeth),(saurians)(bones),squamata-mosasauridae-Mosasaurus;;turtles(fragments)-TaphrosphysAL001432.3644,-86.8978,,AGL2|*AL0012,AL0013,AL0014
Wool Ridge LandingBarbourALon Chattahoochee River 75 km below Columbus and 22 km above Eufaula. Originally entered as Wolfridge Landinginvertebrates-mollusks;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-pristidae-Ischyrhiza;;selachii-(Corax),Lamna,Otodus;;;reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Polydectes;Thecachampsa,;;;worms-annelida-polychaeta-Hamulus;SerpulaAL001632.0431,-85.0611,,AGL3|*AL0016,AL0015
Wool Ridge Landing(?)BarbourALon Chattahoochee Riverinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL001532.0431,-85.0611,,AGL3|*AL0016,AL0015
BrierfieldBibbALalong Mahan CreekCambrian UpperBrierfield dolomiteplants-algae-CryptozoonAL002133.0389,-86.9089,,AGL3|*
CentrevilleBibbAL8 km NE at N end of high knob by Cahaba River Ordovician graptolitesOrdovicianinvertebrates-graptolites-ClimacograptusAL002232.9902,-87.1353,,AGL3|*
MontevalloBibbALalong Spring CreekCambrian UpperBrierfield dolomite?AL002333.1055,-86.8383,,AGL3|*
MontevalloBibbALin shales in road cut on West side of AL25 between Montevallo and I65invertebrates-graptolitesAL002433.0933,-86.7961,,AGL2?|*
Pratts FerryBibbALinvertebrates-graptolitesOrdovicianTrentoninvertebrates-graptolites-Dicellograptus,Dicranograptus,DiplograptusAL0346invertebrates-graptolites of New York, Part 2 By Rudolf Ruedemann Google Books33.0186,-87.075,,AGL3|*AL0025,AL0346
Pratts FerryBibbALOrdovicianAthens Shaleinvertebrates-graptolites-Dicellograptus,Diplograptus,Glossograptus,NemagraptusAL002533.0186,-87.075,,AGL3|*AL0025,AL0346
SixmileBibbAL3 km NE along Sixmile Creek{4}Cambrian Lowerinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Amecephalus,Dolichometopus,Dorypyge,ZacanthoidesAL002633.0241,-86.9722,,AGL3|*
BangorBlountALIn Bangor Quarries in lower argillaceous Limestone beds 300 meters S of BangorMississippian?invertebrates-echinoderms-blastoideaAL0028Originally 'Blount Springs'33.9728,-86.7595,,AGl63?|*
Blount SpringsBlountAL400 meters W of RR station in St Louis LimestoneMississippian?invertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-LithostrotionAL002733.9311,-86.7989,,AGL2?|*
Blount SpringsBlountALIn area quarriesMississippian?invertebrates-echinoderms-blastoideaAL002933.9311,-86.7942,,AGl63?|*
Cold Spring GapBlountAL3 km W on Colvin Mt inSilurianClintoninvertebrates-brachiopoda-AnoplothecaAL003934.2323,-86.4702,,AGN4|*
Murphrees ValleyBlountALCambrianConasauga Limestoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda-DicellomusAL003033.9844,-86.4164,,AGLSCU|*
Swansea-InlandBlountAL4 km W in Chickamauga Limestoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Hebertella,RafinesquinaAL003133.8513,-86.5984,,AGL3?|*
Village SpringsBlountAL5 km SE atop Hayes Mountain inSilurianRed Mountaininvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)AL003233.7318,-86.5944,,AGL3|*
HurtsboroBullockAL3.5 km SW in Central of Georgia RR cutinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL003332.2277,-85.4423,,AGL3?|*
Union SpringsBullockALOn US82 from city limits to US7|mollusk castsCretaceousCussetainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia(casts)-Exogyra,Ostrea;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AL0034US7 is in New England. Not clear what road is referred to-- maybe County Rd 7 about 10km W of town?32.1442,-85.7150,location:Union Springs-AL,AGL3?|*
MontereyButlerALalong Road to Snow Hill - Lower Tertiary outcrops on hilltopsTertiary Lower?AL0035Snow Hill is about 10km NW of Monterey, but there doesn't seem to be a direct road31.9033,-86.8819,location:Monterey-AL,AGL3|*
Mussell CreekButlerALOn a dirt road at Lowndes-Butler County line at AL-263Cretaceous,PaleocenePrairie Bluff,Claytoninvertebrates(marine)(abundant)AL0354http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf31.9688,-86.7128,,AGN2|*
-Butler|WilcoxALIn White Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-Hercoglossa,NautilusAL0036invertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-Hercoglossa originally Enclimatoceras34.7783,-86.4783,,AGL4|*AL0036,AL0037
-Butler|WilcoxALIn White Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-Hercoglossa,NautilusAL0037invertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-Hercoglossa originally Enclimatoceras34.7783,-86.4783,,AGL4|*AL0036,AL0037
AllsupCalhounAL4 km NWCambrian Upperinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Cedaria;;echinoderms-blastoideaAL0038There seems to be no Allsup(or Alsup) in Alabama? The LatLon is in TN. Retained in hopes of some future insight35.2202,-86.8419,,AGL5?|*
DukeCalhounALon high knob halfway to Reads (Reads Mill)invertebrates-brachiopoda-RhynchotremaAL004033.8691,-85.9026,,AGM3?|*AL0040,AL0042
Frog MountainCalhounALand NE into Cherokee County,ALDevonian Upperinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-coralsAL004134.0061,-85.5669,,AGL4|*
Frog Mountain?CalhounALon high knob halfway to Reads (Reads Mill?)invertebrates-brachiopoda-RhynchotremaAL0042Probably a garbled version of AL0040?34.0061,-85.5669,,AGL5?|*AL0040,AL0042
JacksonvilleCalhounALfossil molds filled with exotic minerals,e.g. strengite,cacoxeniteSilurianFort Payne Chert-AL004333.8136,-85.7614,,AGL3|*
PiedmontCalhounAL6.4 km WDevonianinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAL004433.9219,-85.6731,,AGL3|*
Spring GapCalhounALIn Colvin Mountain in red shalesinvertebrates-brachiopoda-RhynchotremaAL0045aka Rock Spring Gap/Connonball Gap33.9444,-85.7947,,AGL3|*
Sulphur SpringsCalhounALIn massive quartziteinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)AL004633.5975,-87.4483,,AGL3|*AL0046,AL0047
Sulphur SpringsCalhounALNE,in mountainsinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)AL004733.5975,-87.4483,,AGL3|*AL0046,AL0047
-Cherokee?AL{4,15}CambrianConasaugainvertebrates-cnidaria(jellyfish)-Brooksella;echinoderms-(Starfish?)AL010134.1522,-85.6779,Location:Centre.AL,AGL4?|*
Cedar BluffCherokeeALIn area exposures of Cambrian Conasauga Limestone in Coosa Valley|well preserved fossils{4}CambrianConasaugainvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Crepicephalus,Norwoodia,Olenoides,Pseudagnostus,Tricrepicephalus;;brachiopoda-DicellomusAL004934.2200,-85.6078,,AGL3|*AL0048,AL0049,AL0050,AL0051,AL0052,AL0337
Cedar BluffCherokeeALIn shales and limestonesCambrian,LowerConasaugainvertebrates-mollusksAL0337http://books.google.com/books?id=vQwRAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA467&lpg=PA467&source=web&ots=w37S6Uig8T&sig=WtA_spDIAsyuzuPGUT1Ui4o2JRU&hl=en34.2200,-85.6078,,AGL3|*AL0048,AL0049,AL0050,AL0051,AL0052,AL0337
Cedar BluffCherokeeALalong riverCambrianConasaugainvertebrates(abundant)-arthropoda-trilobita-agnostida-Agnostus;TricrepicephalusAL005034.2200,-85.6078,,AGL3|*AL0048,AL0049,AL0050,AL0051,AL0052,AL0337
Cedar BluffCherokeeALat bridge over Coosa river in a small exposure of Conasauga shale Trilobites Agnostus (4) It is reported that Weiss lake,formed by damming the Coosa River,covers this siteCambrianConasaugainvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-agnostida-AgnostusAL005134.2200,-85.6078,,AGL3|*AL0048,AL0049,AL0050,AL0051,AL0052,AL0337
Cedar BluffCherokeeALin outcrops along riverCambrian Upperinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-agnostida,TricrepicephalusAL005234.2200,-85.6078,,AGL3|*AL0048,AL0049,AL0050,AL0051,AL0052,AL0337
Cedar BluffCherokeeALCambrianConasauga?invertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-TricrepicephalusAL004834.2200,-85.6078,,AGL3|*AL0048,AL0049,AL0050,AL0051,AL0052,AL0337
CentreCherokeeALIn flint nodules in tilled fields{4}CambrianConasaugainvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Asaphiscus;;porifera(sponges)AL005334.1524,-85.6789,,AGL3|*AL0053,AL0054
CentreCherokeeALin fieldsinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;porifera(sponges)AL005434.1524,-85.6789,,AGL3|*AL0053,AL0054
Mt Calvalry ChurchCherokeeALS32T6R11E Near state border and 1 km SW. 1.5km SE of Mt Cavalry Church|fossiliferous iron ore-AL005634.4735,-85.5042,S32T6SR11EHU,AGL3|*
PineyCherokeeAL{18}CambrianConasaugainvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-OlenoidesAL005534.1524,-85.6298,,AGL3?|*
Weiss LakeCherokee?ALIn roadcuts along I-59Ordovician-Devonianichnofossils,invertebratesAL005734.3094,-85.8554,,AGL3?|*
JemisonChiltonALIn Devonian Jemison chert abundant poorly preserved fossilsDevonianJemisoninvertebrates-brachiopoda-Delthyris,Meristella,spiriferida-Spirifer;strophomenoidea;cnidaria-corals-tabulata-Favosites;;;mollusks-cephalopoda-orthocerida-OrthocerasAL005832.9597,-86.7467,,AGL3|*
BarrytownChoctawAL10 km NNE at Barryton[?] Mill 4 km N on Okatuppa CreekEoceneClaiborne-AL0060'Barrytown' (which no longer exists) locations make sense only if Barrytown was several kilometers S of Barrytown Rd and Barrytown Cemetery31.9294,-88.2312,,AGL4?|*
BarrytownChoctawAL11 km NE On Lomack's Hill[?]. Ostrea in White Limestone?AL0061Probably Womack Hill about 4km ENE of Barrytown. 'Barrytown' (which no longer exists) locations make sense only if Barrytown was several kilometers S of Barrytown Rd and Barrytown Cemetery31.8612,-88.1934,,AGL3?|*
BarrytownChoctawAL6 km NE at Barryton[?] Mill in all banks of Okatuppa Creek upstream of the mill - in white Limestone or yellow sand?AL0062'Barrytown' (which no longer exists) locations make sense only if Barrytown was several kilometers S of Barrytown Rd and Barrytown Cemetery31.8623,-88.2771,,AGL3?|*
BarrytownChoctawAL6 km NE at Barrytown[?] Mill on Okatuppa Creek Ostrea in Greensand 'Barrytown' (which no longer exists) locations make sense only if Barrytown was several kilometers S of Barrytown Rd and Barrytown Cemeteryinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL0063May be Barryton Mill31.8623,-88.2771,,AGL3?|*
BirminghamChoctawAL11 km N in Copper Ridge DolomiteCambrian UpperCopper Ridgeinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Melanopsis;;;plants-algae-CryptozoonAL006433.6409,-86.8263,,AGL3|*
Bladon SpringsChoctawAL1.5km S Along St Stephens Rd in S29t8r2?AL006731.7162,-88.1938,S29t8r2,AGL3|*
Bladon SpringsChoctawAL25 km W in greenish sands below white Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Corbula;gastropoda-CrepidulaAL006531.7258,-88.4372,,AGL3?|*
Bladon SpringsChoctawALAlong Millry road in Buhrstone and Claiborne Formation outcropsEoceneClaiborne?AL0066Bladon Springs is in Choctaw County,but the site could well be in Washington County31.6978,-88.2635,,AGL3?|*
Bladon SpringsChoctawALto N on hill above Souwilpa Creek in yellow sandsinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL006831.7577,-88.1870,,AGL3|*
Eureka LandingChoctawALon the Tombigbee River 8-9 meters of fossiliferous,glauconitic sandy marlinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Flabellum;;;mollusks-bivalvia-Gryphaea;gastropoda-TurritellaAL0069There are several Eureka landings in Alabama32.1406,-88.0406,,AGL3|*
GilbertownChoctawAL32km E of Shubuta,MS -- Ref is to Shubuta,Gilbertown looks to be the nearest town to the purported localityMioceneJacksonvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Cylindracanthus;chondrichthyes-batoidea-Myliobatis;selachii(sharks)-Carcharhinus,Carcharodon,Isurus,OdontaspisAL007031.8769,-88.3214,,AGl83|*
Grove HillChoctawALin white Limestoneplants(amber)AL007131.7086,-87.7772,,AGL3|*
HatchetigbeeChoctawALfossils like those at Butler(???)-AL007231.6819,-88.0964,,AGL3|*
IsneyChoctawALAt Singley and Peels Store s11t10nr5w 5 km E in banks of PushPush Creek. Original says 'Washington County'. But Isney is in Choctaw County and PLSS location resolves North of Isney on Lamar Mill Creek. Most likely location might be about 1km E of that near head of an unnamed tributary of PussCuss Creek, so used that Lat Longinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL030331.8515,-88.4496,s11t10nr5w?,AGL4?|*
IsneyChoctawALW to MS line in area outcrops of fossiliferous white Limestone?AL030431.7884,-88.3289,Location:Old Isney Rd.Silas.AL,AGM4?|*
OkatuppaChoctawALS7T11NR4W wkm WSW Ostrea in gray calcareous sand outcropping N(?) of creek?AL007631.9377,-88.4220, S7T11NR4WSSPMAL,AGL2?|*
RescuevilleChoctawAL in white Limestoneplants(amber)AL007431.6992,-88.2653,,AGM3|*
SuggsvilleChoctawAL in white Limestoneplants(amber)AL007531.5894,-87.6931,,AGM3|*
Allen's CreekClarkeALinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,gastropodaAL007731.8472,-87.7417,Location:Allen Branch.AL,AGL4|*
Bashi CreekClarkeALfossils similar to those at Wood's Bluffinvertebrates-mollusksAL007831.9564,-88.0728,,AGL3|*
CampbellClarkeALRoad cuts N+S on AL-69 near Bashi Creek and Tallahatta CreekBashi,Tallahatta-AL0356http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf31.9233,-87.9810,,AGL3|*
Central Salt WorksClarke?ALProbably the Confederate era Central Salt Works on County Rd 15 at Salt Creek SE of Jackson|massive coral reefinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;(others?)AL009331.4430,-87.8721,,AGL2|*
Clarkesville[?]ClarkeAL5km E S23T9NR2E in Greensand in creek bottomEoceneClaiborne-AL0079Original says 'Old Clarkeville',Most likely this is the modern Clarkesville31.7312,-87.8394,S23T9NR2EPMAL,AGL2?|*
Clarkesville[?]ClarkeAL5km E S23T9NR2E in White Limestone on hillsidesEoceneClaibornevertebrates-mammals-cetacea-archaeoceti-Zeuglodon(bones)AL0080Original says 'Old Clarkeville',Most likely this is the modern Clarkesville31.7312,-87.8394, S23T9NR2EPMAL,AGL2?|*
Coffeeville LandingClarkeAL2 km E in Limey Clay on hills above Satilpa Creek Zeuglodon(bones)Eocene?Claiborneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,Corbula,Nucula,Ostrea,pectinidae-Pecten;VenericardiaAL008131.7519,-88.0388,,AGL3|*AL0081,AL088
GainstownClarkeALin fossiliferous limestone outcropsVicksburginvertebrates-mollusksAL0343Original indicated Vicksburg and St Stephen formations, but can't find citations for latterhttp://quarriesandbeyond.org/states/al/alabama_photo.html31.4453,-87.6933,,AGL3|*
Gosport LandingClarkeALClaiborne beds a few km upstreamEocene?Claiborne?AL008231.5559,-87.5627,,AGL3?|*
Gosport LandingClarkeALat Rattlesnake bluff downstream on Alabama RiverEocene?Claiborne-AL008331.5076,-87.6168,,AGL3?|*
JacksonClarkeALalong Little Stave Creek. Large exposureEoceneClaiborneinvertebrates,vertebratesAL0084Note: The Gosport Sand portion of the exposure has been severely undercut by shark tooth hunting and is generally considered unsafehttp://www.creationresearch.org/crsq/articles/44/44_4/Hypercane.htm31.5526,-87.9189,,AGL3?|*AL0083,AL0086,AL0087
JacksonClarkeALat lower salt works t5nr2e good Lisbon fossils on hillside mollusks. PLSS Loc is only precise to about 4km. It is centered on Limestone Creek about 15km S of Jackson which does indeed seem to be close to the location of the Confederacy's 'Lower Salt Works' at a salt spring (near Oven Bluff?) '11 miles' S of Jacksoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Astarte,Neaera,Pholadomya,SolenAL008531.3969,-87.8577,t5nr2eSS?,AGl73|*
JacksonClarkeALon Little Stave Creek at outskirts of townEoceneinvertebratesAL008631.5526,-87.9189,,AGL3?|*AL0083,AL0086,AL0087
JacksonClarkeALon outskirts of town along Little Stave CreekEoceneinvertebrates(?)(abundant)AL008731.5526,-87.9189,,AGL3?|*AL0083,AL0086,AL0087
Richmond BranchClarkeALS of Jackson on CR15OligoceneGlendon,Mariannainvertebrates(marine)AL0348http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf31.4585,-87.8750,,AGL3|*
Salt MountainClarkeALPaleoceneinvertebrates(marine)AL0349http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf31.4464,-87.8723,,AGL3|*
Satilpa CreekClarkeALinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,gastropodaAL008831.7519,-88.0388,,AGL3|*AL0081,AL0088
Stave CreekClarkeALIn sands at creek level in S8t7nr2e-s9t7nr2e 5km NW of JacksonEocene?Claiborne-AL008931.5737,-87.9041, S8t7nr2e-s9t7nr2ePMAL,AGL2|*AL0089,AL0090
Stave CreekClarkeALS18t7r2e 5km WNW of Jacksoninvertebrates-mollusksAL009031.5737,-87.9041, S18t7r2ePMAL,AGL2|*AL0089,AL0090
Sunny SouthClarkeAL11 km S on Rock House Creek|well preserved mollusks similar to Wood's BluffHatchetigbeeinvertebrates-mollusksAL0091No Rockhouse Creek found in this area. There is a Rockhouse Creek 200km N of Sunny South in the Jasper,AL area31.9647,-87.6400,,AGL3?|*
ThomasvilleClarkeALIn limestones. Probably refers to Thomasville, York County, PA (39.9288,-76.8503)Cambrian,LowerVintageincertidae-SalterellaAL0345http://earth.geology.yale.edu/~ajs/1973/ajs_273A_11.pdf/252.pdf31.9172,-87.7358,,AGL5?|*
Woods BluffClarkeALIn 2 beds in Hatchetigbee FormationEocene,MiddleHatchetigbeeinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Corbula,Neaera,Venericardia;gastropoda-Fusus,Pisania,Ranella,Trophon,TurritellaAL009231.9356,-88.0617,,AGlm82|*
ErinClayALE of town at base of main range of Talladega Mountain| in slates and lensesDevonianplants-lycopodiophyta-LepidodendronAL009433.4253,-85.8302,,AGL3|*
Foster BendCleburne|CherokeeALon Coosa RiverConasaugainvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-agnostida-Baltagnostus;Alokistocare,PeronopsisAL0095Google indicates that Foster Bend might be in Cleburne or Cherokee County34.1107,-85.8403,,AGL4?|*
-ColbertALIn area limestone quarriesinvertebrates-(shells)(large)(isolated)AL0342http://quarriesandbeyond.org/states/al/alabama_photo.html34.7317,-87.7018,location:Tuscumbia.AL,AGL4|*
AllsboroColbertAL6 km Sinvertebrates-brachiopodaAL009634.6942,-88.1103,,AGL3|*
AlsobrookColbertALinvertebrates-brachiopoda-ReticulariaAL009734.7167,-88.1106,,AGL3|*
Fox TrapColbertALRoadcut on side of a small hill,NW1/4SE1/4Sec31T5SR10W. Erosional outlier of Bangor LimestoneMississippian UpperBangor Limestoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa-Archimedes;echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;crinoids;mollusks-bivalvia,gastropodaAL009834.5739,-87.6231,,AGM2?|*
Ligon SpringsColbertAL5 km NW of Franklin Springs at Ligon's Springs (Ligon Springs?) in a low knoll. Originally Ligon Springs 5km NW of Franklin Springs, Limestone County. There is no Franklin Spring in Alabama and Ligon Spring is in Colbert Countyinvertebrates-bryozoa-Archimedes;echinoderms-blastoidea-PentremitesAL017534.59,-87.716,,AGM4|*
Mountain Mills FactoryColbertALIn SE1/4s15T4r13w in Limestone outcrop -- original says Limestone Countyinvertebrates-bryozoa-ArchimedesAL017734.7083,-87.8866, SE1/4s15T4r13w,AGL2|*
Prides's StationColbertALin outcrops to S s1/2s9t6r11w used location in Township 5S 34.7252 87.8026. Original says Limestone Countyinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(cyathophylloid);echinoderms-blastoidea-PentremitesAL017934.7252,-87.8026, s1/2s9t6r11w,AGL2|*
Prides's StationColbertALin outcrops to S sw1/4s35t5r12w Assuming that T5 is T5S, this is around 34.7422 87.8545. Original says Limestone Countyinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(cyathophylloid);echinoderms-blastoidea-PentremitesAL018034.7422,-87.8545, sw1/4s35t5r12w,AGL2|*
SheffieldColbertAL6 km W at Keller Quarryinvertebrates-echinoderms-blastoidea-MesoblastusAL009934.7364,-87.7499,,AGL2|*AL0099,AL0100
SheffieldColbertALinvertebrates-echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;crinoids-BatocrinusAL010034.7364,-87.7499,,AGL2?|*AL0099,AL0100
TuscumbiaColbertALalong Frankfort Rd in S33t4r12w in fossiliferous Limestone. Best guess is that this is N of Colbert Heights at 34.6650 87.6941. Original says Limestone County?AL018134.6945,-87.7073, S33t4r12w,AGL3?|*
AndalusiaCovingtonALNW In bone bed in banks of Conecuh River, just behind the Point A Dam site at low water level and in gravel beds in streamEoceneTallahattavertebrates-fish(spines)(vertebrae)-actinopterygii-sciaenidae(drum_fish);chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)(plates)(stingers),selachii(sharks)(teeth);;reptilia-crocodilia(teeth),squamata-serpentes(snakes)(vertebrae);turtles(shells)AL0338http://www.gamineral.org/point-a-dam.html31.3611,-86.5191,,AGL2|*AL0338,AL0102
AndalusiaCovingtonALjust below Point-A dam on Conecuh RiverEocenevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;reptilia-squamata-serpentes(snakes)(vertebrae)AL010231.3611,-86.5191,,AGL2|*AL0338,AL0102
DanielsvilleCrenshawALOn AL13[AL31?] below Coolspring Baptist Church. There are several Coolsprings in Alabama -- none near AL13. This one is near AL31 and seems the least unlikelyCretaceousBlufftowninvertebrates-mollusksAL025431.9219,-86.4040,,AGL5?|*
CarlowvilleDallasALAt bridge over Snake Creek on Carlowville-Snow Hill RoadCretaceousRipleyinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL010332.0869,-87.0342,,AGL3|*
HarrellDallasAL1.6km ECretaceousSelmavertebrates-reptilia-turtles-BothremysAL0104Harrell is at 32.443,-87.216 at junction of US80 and CR4532.4443,-87.1952,,AGL3|*
SelmaDallasALAlong W bank of Valley Creek beneath 'Jefferson Ave' bridge (Most likely now J L Chestnut Jr Blvd)Cretaceous Upper-AL010532.4159,-87.0388,,AGL2|*AL0105,AL0106
SelmaDallasALCretaceous Upper (marine) fossils in Mooreville chalk beds beneath the 'Jefferson Davis Avenue' (Most likely now J L Chestnut Jr Blvd) over Valley CreekCretaceousMooreville?AL010632.4159,-87.0388,,AGL2|*AL0105,AL0106
BirminghamDeKalbALAt Red MountainOrdovicianRed Mountaininvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-CryptolithusAL010733.4445,-86.8608,,AGm73?|*
CollinsvilleDeKalbAL2 km N in Ordovician beds above ferruginous SandstoneOrdovicianinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Dinorthis,Platystrophia,Rhynchotrema;;plants-algae-SolenoporaAL010834.2796,-85.8544,,AGl83|*
Fort PayneDeKalbALinvertebrates-mollusksAL0340http://www.gamineral.org/fossil_field_trips.htm34.4442,-85.7197,,AGL4|*
Wills ValleyDeKalbALNE1/4SE1/4s4t5r10e crinoids(columnals) in clay at Montague Mines Location not too clear. possibly around 1km NW of Collinsville at 34.2690 85.8877invertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids(columnals)AL0109Note the similarity to AL0115. Possibly one of them is a garbled version of the other34.2690,-85.8877, NE1/4SE1/4s4t5r10e,AGL3?|*
Wills ValleyDeKalbALNW1/4S9T6R9E - fossiliferous chert in black shale. Location uncertain. Possibly 2km W of Collinsville near 34.2626 85.8864?AL011034.2626,-85.8864, NW1/4S9T6R9E,AGL3?|*
Wills ValleyDeKalbALSE1/4NE1/4S17T7R8E,SE1/4sw1/4s9T7R8E Possibly around 3km SW of Collinsville at 34.2547,-85.8956|crinoidal limestone Limestoneinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsAL011134.2547,-85.8956,SE1/4NE1/4S17T7R8E/SE1/4sw1/4s9T7R8EPMAL,AGL3?|*
Wills ValleyDeKalbALon NW side?AL0112The Wills Valley is a long structure stretching perhaps 100km from SW of Attalla to NE of Fort Payne34.0211,-86.1128,Location:Collinsville.AL,AGL4|*
WetumpkaElmoreAL2 km SE {12}CretaceousEutawichnofossils-burrows_invertebrate-OphiomorphaAL011332.5254,-86.1872,,AGL3|*
WetumpkaElmoreAL2 km to 4 km SE|Fossil casts and molds in scattered outcrops and blocks of marl (11)CretaceousMooreville-AL011432.5212,-86.1766,,AGL3|*
Conecuh RiverEscambiaALOn clay mound 6.5km S of McGowan Bridge on US29Oligocene-MiocenevertebratesAL0359Miomap31.1409,-86.8070,,AJm72|,
AttallaEtowahAL1.5 km NW at Moragne Mines in Sandstone in mine tunnel Pentamerusinvertebrates-brachiopoda-PentamerusAL0115Note the similarity to AL0109. Possibly one of them is a garbled version of the other34.0297,-86.1102,,AGL3?|*
AttallaEtowahALOn W bank of Wills Creek in SW1/4NE1/4S4T12R5E. WSW of first sharp bend in Mountain NW of Attalla,fossils in thick flaggy Sandstone. This would seem to be close to AL0115. 34.0297,-86.1102. The PLSS location is several km distant, 2km SSE of Attala around 34.0065 86.0754??AL011634.0065,-86.0754, SW1/4NE1/4S4T12R5E,AGL3?|*
Colvin MountainEtowahALover 23 to 40sq km area in SE corner of county in shaleinvertebrates-brachiopoda,echinoderms-crinoidsAL011733.9486,-85.8086,,AGL4|*
CrudupEtowahAL1 km N in talusinvertebrates-brachiopoda-RhipidomellaAL011834.1019,-86.0100,,AGL3|*
Walnut GroveEtowahAL10 km SW in Manganese oreinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-LithostrotionAL011934.0125,-86.3893,,AGL3|*
Wills ValleyEtowahALNW side for 20 to 30 km and around head of Greasy Cove. 100m of Upper Silurian strataSilurianinvertebrates-brachiopoda,graptolitesAL012034.0460,-86.1658,,AGL3|*
FrankfortFranklinALAlong Bell Green Rd crossing of Cedar Creek,many Lafayette Group fossils in road cuts?AL0121Location is placed at Frankfort. Bell Green Rd not on modern maps. Cedar Creek is about 6km S34.5633,-87.8422,,AGK3?|*
RussellvilleFranklinALSW1/4SW1/4S35t6r12w Fossiliferous limestones 1.6km S of Number 6 Lake 34.510344, -87.728248 -- 34.4855 87.6695|well preserved fossilsinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;crinoids(columnals)AL012234.4805,-87.6623,SW1/4SW1/4S35t6r12wPMAL,AGL2|*AL0122,AL0125
RussellvilleFranklinALSW1/4sw1/4s16t6r11w Fossiliferous limestones 3km ENE of Tharptown 34.5332 -87.5917|well preserved fossilsinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals-rugosa(horn_corals)-Zaphrentis;;;echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;crinoids(columnals)AL012334.5423,-87.5902,SW1/4sw1/4s16t6r11wPMAL,AGL3|*
RussellvilleFranklinALalong Allen Factory Road Fossiliferous limestones|well preserved fossilsinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals-rugosa(horn_corals)-Zaphrentis;;;echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;crinoids(columnals)AL0124Location set on W T Allen Highway between Muscle Shoals and Russellville34.6247,-87.6517,,AGl73?|*
RussellvilleFranklinALalong SW1/4SW1/4S35t6r12w 1.6km S of Number 6 Lake 34.510344, -87.728248 -- 34.4855 87.6695|Fossiliferous limestones|well preserved fossilsinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals-rugosa(horn_corals)-Zaphrentis;;;echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;crinoids(columnals)AL012534.4805,-87.6623,SW1/4SW1/4S35t6r12wPM,AGL2|*AL0122,AL0125
Elton P.O.GenevaALon Flat Creek toward Martha at Early's Bridge in Limestoneinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Scutella;;mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-PectenAL0333The Elton P.O. was apparently NW of Samson,AL at or near Pera (which is also extinct)31.1385,-86.0913,,AGM3|*
Pea RiverGenevaAL6 km downstream of Dead River in a yellow sandy bluffinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-cirripedia(barnacles)-Scalpellum;;;echinoderms-echinoidea-Scutella;;mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea,pectinidae-Pecten;;;;protists-forams-NummulitesAL0126Dead River is in Walton, FL-60km S of Geneva,AL31.0214,-85.8583,,AGL4?|*
Choctaw BluffGreeneALIn rotten LimestoneCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;;;vertebrates(marine)-reptilia-squamata-mosasauridae;turtlesAL012831.3601,-87.7678,,AGL3|*AL0127,AL0128
Choctaw BluffGreeneALinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-TeredoAL012731.3601,-87.7678,,AGL3|*AL0127,AL0128
ClintonGreeneAL2.5km se of Route 14 (N32 54' / W87 59') at Trussels CreekCretaceousEutawvertebrates-aves(birds),fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-Archaeolamna,ScapanorhynchusAL0129latlon seems several km closer to AL14 than description. If nothing at latlon, try area to SE32.9000,-87.9833,,AGL3?|*
GreensboroHaleALin thin local outcrops of very fossiliferous material such as drainage ditchesCretaceousTombigbee Sandinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AL0336paleolist-12/16/2007 08:01 PM32.7044,-87.5958,,AGL3|*
Warrior RiverHaleALat Erie BluffCretaceousEutawinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL0130Hale county once called Greene County. Erie was at R2ET2032.7165,-87.7947,,AGL2|*
Yantayabba Creek(?)HenryALIn 3 meter thick shell bed just below the mouth of the creek Assumed this is the modern Abbie Creekinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL013131.4117,-85.08,,AGL2?|*
Big Coon CreekJacksonALAlong the foot of the Mountaininvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-ZaphrentisAL013234.8606,-85.9058,,AGL3|*
Big Coon CreekJacksonALAlong the road running through NW1/4S16T2r7e through ne1/4S18T2r7e PLSS location is roughly in Slipoff Hollow 3km SE of New Hope Church?AL013334.8705,-86.0038,NW1/4S16T2r7e,AGL3?|*
Big Coon CreekJacksonALAt Cedar Bluff on W bank in se1/4sw1/4 s15t2r8w PLSS location might be in Allison Hollow about 2km SSW of New Hope Churchinvertebrates-graptolitesAL013434.8633,-85.9845,se1/4sw1/4s15t2r8e,AGL3?|*
Big Coon CreekJacksonALN1/2S11t2r6e about 1km NE of New Hope Church?AL013534.8854,-85.9636,N1/2S11t2r6e,AGL3|*
Caperton FerryJacksonAL11 km E(?) on E side of river near center of S18t3r8e in a bluff of cherty gray Limestone. The PLSS location works out to 34.8660 85.8332, but that would be in downtown Stevenson, AL, so it's probably wrong. There is a large bluff a few hundred meters NW of the latlon. Try thereinvertebrates-graptolitesAL013734.8660,-85.8332,S18t3r8e,AGL3?|*
Caperton FerryJacksonALAlong road leading outward in S28t2r8e toward Stevenson in blue-gray Limestoneinvertebrates-graptolitesAL013834.8356,-85.8036,S28t2r8e,AGL3?|*AL0136,AL0138
Caperton FerryJacksonAL?AL013634.8356,-85.8036,,AGL4|*AL0136,AL0138
StevensonJacksonAL1 km SE along Benges Creek on NW side of red-loam hillinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;crinoidsAL0139There is a Benges Creek in Scott County Virginia,none in Stevenson34.8607,-85.8255,,AGL3?|*
StevensonJacksonALAlong line of faulting from Stevenson to state lineinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;crinoidsAL014034.9208,-85.7854,,AGL4?|*
StevensonJacksonALIn area RR cutsinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;crinoidsAL014134.8681,-85.8350,,AGL3|*
ArgoJeffersonAL4 km SW on Cedar Mountain,in Chickamauga Limestoneinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda-IsochilinaAL014233.6632,-86.5271,,AGL3?|*
BessemerJeffersonAL6 km SW silicifiedinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-QuebecocerasAL014333.3776,-86.9904,,AGL3?|*
BessemerJeffersonALIn area coal pits|Shale slabs with plantsPottsville Shaleplants-lycopodiophyta-Lepidodendron,Stigmaria;pteridophyta-equisetales-CalamitesAL014433.4017,-86.9544,,AGL4|*AL0144,AL0148
BessemerJeffersonALS In strip mine along AL31Pennsylvanianplants-gymnospermopsida-Sigillaria;lycopodiophyta-Lepidodendron;pteridophyta-equisetales-CalamitesAL014533.2170,-86.8126,,AGL3?|*AL0145,AL0146,AL0147
BessemerJeffersonALS fossiliferous iron ore seamsinvertebrates-mollusksAL0341http://quarriesandbeyond.org/states/al/alabama_photo.html33.3707,-86.9506,,AGL4?|*
BessemerJeffersonALS in abandoned strip mine adjacent to Hwy 31?AL014633.2170,-86.8126,,AGL3?|*AL0145,AL0146,AL0147
BessemerJeffersonALS in strip mine along AL31Pennsylvanianplants-gymnospermopsida-Sigillaria;lycopodiophyta-Lepidodendron;pteridophyta-equisetales-Calamites;(ferns)AL014733.2170,-86.8126,,AGL3?|*AL0145,AL0146,AL0147
BessemerJeffersonALin area coal minesCarboniferousplants(good)AL014833.4017,-86.9544,,AGL4|*AL0144,AL0148
BirminghamJeffersonAL14th St and 14th Ave So|Lingula to 2.5cminvertebrates-brachiopoda-LingulaAL014933.5271,-86.8224,,AGL3|*
BirminghamJeffersonAL19 km SE silicifiedinvertebrates-mollusks?-ScenellaAL015033.3523,-86.6423,,AGL4|*
BirminghamJeffersonAL30 km NE at base of Foster Mountain|Lingula to 2.5cminvertebrates-brachiopoda-LingulaAL015133.7092,-86.6192,,AGN3|*AL0151,AL0152,AL0156
BirminghamJeffersonALIn ravine between Foster and Black Oak Mountains|Lingula to 2.5cminvertebrates-brachiopoda-LingulaAL015233.7077,-86.6212,,AGN2|*AL0151,AL0152,AL0156
BirminghamJeffersonALOriginal says Russel County. On AL4 200m E of junction with US4 The Junction of AL4 and US4(I-20) is in the Birmingham areaCretaceousBlufftowninvertebrates-mollusksAL025633.5216,-86.8464,,AGl54?|*
Blount MountainJeffersonALIn a knoll of Limestone and chert SW of extreme SW point in nw1/4sw1/4s12/ne1/4se1/4s11t15r1 Best Guess -- might be near 33.7398 86.5998 on Hayes Mtn just E of S end of Zamora Lake?AL015333.7398,-86.5998,nw1/4sw1/4s12/ne1/4se1/4s11t15r1,AGL2?|*
ChalkvilleJeffersonAL1 km W in Cambrian Upper Copper Ridge DolomiteCambrian UpperCopper Ridgeinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;mollusks-gastropoda,ScenellaAL015433.6545,-86.6580,,AGL3|*
ChepultepecJeffersonAL700 meters W|gastropod castsinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-HelicotomaAL015533.906646,-86.499996,,AGM3|*
ClayJeffersonAL2 km NW in shale at base of Ordovician Chickamauga Limestone at W base of Foster MountainOrdovicianChickamaugainvertebrates-brachiopoda-LingulaAL015633.7092,-86.6192,,AGN3|*AL0151,AL0152,AL0156
Gate CityJeffersonAL1 km N in quarryinvertebrates-bryozoa,cnidaria-corals-tabulata-TetradiumAL015733.546653,-86.716204,,AGL3|*
Old JonesboroJeffersonAL4 km SE in Cambrian Upper Copper Ridge dolomiteCambrian UpperCopper Ridgeinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-QuebecocerasAL015833.3670,-86.9534,,AGL3|*
WarriorJeffersonALIn Black Creek Coal bedsPennsylvanianBlack Creek_ALplants(good)-gymnospermopsida-NeuropterisAL015933.8134,-86.8236,,AGL3|*
Blue Water CreekLauderdaleALAt crossing of Florence and Athens Road Fossiliferous cherty Limestone?AL016034.8578,-87.4157,,AGL3|*AL0160,AL0161
Blue Water CreekLauderdaleALBelow Phillips Mill in sw1/4ne1/4s19t2r8w Fossiliferous cherty Limestone (Fayette County and Walker Counties, not Lauderdale -- Latitude 33.6712 and Longitude -87.4064.) (But there is also a blue water creek in Florence Lauderdale County (34.820287, -87.662860 latitude 34.973 and longitude -87.512). (Judging only from topo maps I would put Most Likely Location at 34.8654 87.4153 2km ENE of Allen Thornton School)?AL016134.8654,-87.4153,sw1/4ne1/4s19t2r8w,AGL2?|*AL0160,AL0161
Gravelly SpringsLauderdaleALinvertebrates-brachiopoda-spiriferida-SpiriferAL016234.8837,-87.8906,,AGL3?|*
LexingtonLauderdaleALCarboniferousFort Payneinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Cleiothyridina;echinoderms-crinoids(columnals)AL016334.9692,-87.3711,,AGL3|*
PruittonLauderdaleAL5 km SW at Mount Tabor School - in mid-Devonian LimestoneDevonian Middleinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita(occasional);brachiopoda(abundant)-spiriferida-SpiriferAL0164Pruitton appears to be extinct. USGS topo maps show it to be on a more or less empty stretch of dirt road at 34.9904N,-87.6095W. There is a Pruitton Rd in Tennessee that probably leads to this area34.9833,-87.6502,,AGL3|*
Big Nance CreekLawrenceALS23t5r8w in shaley flagstone (original said Bib Nancy Creek)invertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa-Archimedes;echinoderms-crinoidsAL016534.5950,-87.3363,S23t5r8w,AGL3|*
CourtlandLawrenceAL6 km SE on Moulton Road Chester ageinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-ZaphrentisAL016634.6307,-87.2730,,AGL3|*
Elam CreekLawrenceALNW1/4S12t7r7w a -- NW of AL157|bituminous mass of crinoids in a gray Limestone. Most likely around 34.4540 87.2556 -- NW of AL157invertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsAL016734.4410,-87.2589,NW1/4S12t7r7w,AGL3?|*
MoultonLawrenceAL0.8 km NW at Goodlight Pool QuarryMississippianGasper Limestoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-blastoidea(large)-PentremitesAL016934.4999,-87.3034,location:Goodlett Pools.AL,AGL3?|*AL0168,AL0169,AL0170
MoultonLawrenceAL1 km N at Goodlight Pool QuarryMississippianinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-blastoidea-PentremitesAL017034.4999,-87.3034,location:Goodlett Pools.AL,AGL3?|*AL0168,AL0169,AL0170
MoultonLawrenceAL1 km NW at Goodlight Pool QuarryMississippianGasperinvertebrates(diverse)-echinoderms-blastoidea-PentremitesAL016834.4999,-87.3034,location:Goodlett Pools.AL,AGL3?|*AL0168,AL0169,AL0170
Mount HopeLawrenceALIn area exposures of black waxy soilinvertebrates-echinoderms-blastoidea-PentremitesAL017134.4583,-87.4817,,AGL3|*
Town CreekLawrenceALS in creek bed in SW1/4S9t5r9w in chert. Lat Long is at AL157 crossing of Town Creek about 1km SE of Buckeye Hillinvertebrates-brachiopodaAL017234.6308,-87.4869,SW1/4S9t5r9wHU,AGL3?|*
Town CreekLawrenceALW in nw1/4t5r9w on sides of knolls in Limestone Probably around 34.7136 87.4844 5km ENE of the town of Town Creekinvertebrates-brachiopoda,echinoderms-crinoidsAL017334.7136,-87.4844, nw1/4t5r9w,AGL3|*
AthensLimestoneALIn carboniferous rocksinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)AL017434.8028,-86.9717,,AGL3|*
Cave BranchLimestoneALEoceneClaiborne?AL0217Originally Monroe County. Perhaps there are two Cave Branches in Alabama?34.9924,-86.9703,,AGL3?|*
LagrangeLimestoneALIn area road cutsplants-lycopodiophyta-Lepidodendron,Stigmaria;pteridophyta-equisetales-CalamitesAL017634.6572,-87.5628,,AGM3|*
Prides's StationLimestoneALin outcrops to S on little Mountaininvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(cyathophylloid);echinoderms-blastoidea-PentremitesAL017834.7329,-87.8169,location:Pride Station Landing.AL,AGL4|*
BraggsLowndesALIn a series of roadcuts to SE on AL263, 1.2kmSE, 9km SE,11km SECretaceous,PaleoceneRipley,Prairie Bluff,Claytoninvertebrates(?)(abundant)AL0353http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf32.0223,-86.7656,,AGL3|*AL0353,AL0183
BraggsLowndesALin roadcuts on AL263 for 5km S from junction with AL21|mollusks CretaceousRipleyinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea(rare);mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra,Flemingostrea,Ostrea;cephalopoda-ammonoideaAL018332.0343,-86.7803,,AGL3|*AL0353,AL0183
DemopolisMadisonALIn road cuts near Webb+Sons Warehouseinvertebrates-brachiopoda-terebratulida-Terebratulina;;;protists-foramsAL0184lat lon is downtown Demopolis32.5175,-87.8364,,AGL3|*
Half AcreMadisonAL3 km SE on County 17 in Nanafalia Formation in roadcutinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL018532.1751,-87.8941,,AGL3|*
HuntsvilleMadisonAL15 km W on lower slopes of Rainbow Mountain - fossiliferous St Genevieve Limestone?AL018834.7342,-86.7275,,AGL2|*
HuntsvilleMadisonAL18 km S Platycrinusinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-PlatycrinusAL018934.6100,-86.5565,,AGL3|*
HuntsvilleMadisonAL6 km Ninvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-PlatycrinusAL019034.7842,-86.6360,,AGL3|*
HuntsvilleMadisonALAlong Monte Sano State Park Rd 1 km from WHBS-FM Radio Tower. In massive Limestoneinvertebrates-echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;crinoids(fragments),echinoidea(fragments)AL019134.7367,-86.5319,,AGL3|*
HuntsvilleMadisonALAt Mt Sano in road cut along US431 on W side of Mountain inMississippianGasperinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Chonetes;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Campophyllum;;;echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;crinoids-Agassizocrinus,TalarocrinusAL0192US431 runs N-S through downtown Huntsville, a number of km W of Mt Sano34.7367,-86.5319,,AGL3?|*AL0192,AL0193
HuntsvilleMadisonALE in road cuts inMississippianSt Genevieve Limestoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Pustula;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Cystelasma;;;echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;crinoids-PlatycrinusAL019334.7367,-86.5319,,AGL3?|*AL0192,AL0193
HuntsvilleMadisonALIn roadcuts near top of Monte Sano Mountain on AL431Mississippianinvertebrates(abundant)-brachiopoda,echinoderms-blastoidea,crinoids(fragments)AL0194US431 runs N-S through downtown Huntsville, several km W of Mt Sano34.7367,-86.5319,,AGM3|*
HuntsvilleMadisonALMississippianChestervertebrates-fish(teeth)-chondrichthyes-chimaera-Polyrhizodus;selachii-holocephali-SandalodusAL018634.7456,-86.5678,,AGL4|*
HuntsvilleMadisonALMississippianMaxvillevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-holocephali-SandalodusAL018734.7456,-86.5678,,AGL4|*
MadisonMadisonALIn Chattanooga shale 1.6 km E of Fisk on E side of Flint River in road cutinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingula,spiriferida-Spirifer;;conodonts,echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)AL019534.7992,-86.4739,,AGL4?|*
Madison CountyMadisonALIn Chattanooga shale 4 km W of Plevnainvertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingula,spiriferida-Spirifer;;conodonts,echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)AL019634.9615,-86.4648,,AGL3|*
Madison CountyMadisonALIn fossiliferous Tuscumbia Limestone In Valley on E side of County between Tennessee state line and Owens Crossroads,in Red residual soilsMississippianTuscumbiainvertebrates-brachiopoda-Reticularia,spiriferida-Spirifer;;bryozoa(fragments)-fenestellida-Fenestella;;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Lithostrotion;;;echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)AL019734.9085,-86.4514,,AGL4|*
Madison CountyMadisonALIn fossiliferous Tuscumbia Limestone In a 6 by 20 km region between Brier Fork Creek and Flint River,in Red residual soilsMississippianTuscumbiainvertebrates-brachiopoda-Reticularia,spiriferida-Spirifer;;bryozoa(fragments)-fenestellida-Fenestella;;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Lithostrotion;;;echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)AL019834.6554,-86.8592,,AGL3?|*
Madison CountyMadisonALIn fossiliferous Tuscumbia Limestone On W side of county W of Tennessee River and South of Brier Fork Creek,in Red residual soilsMississippianTuscumbiainvertebrates-brachiopoda-Reticularia,spiriferida-Spirifer;;bryozoa(fragments)-fenestellida-Fenestella;;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Lithostrotion;;;echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)AL019934.5784,-86.7604,,AGl43?|*
New HopeMadisonAL2 km NE on SE Flank of Hill Mt in road cut inBangor Limestoneinvertebrates(abundant)-brachiopoda-Composita,spiriferida-Spirifer;;bryozoa-Archimedes,fenestellida-Fenestella;Prismopora;echinoderms-blastoidea-PentremitesAL020334.5493,-86.3850,,AGL3|*
New MarketMadisonAL1 km W at base of hill on W side of Mountain Fork Creekinvertebrates-brachiopoda-spiriferida-Spirifer;;echinoderms-crinoids(columnals)AL020434.9107,-86.4385,,AGM2|*
New MarketMadisonAL8 km W along Flint River inDevonian MiddleChattanooga Shaleinvertebrates-conodontsAL020534.9225,-86.5191,,AGL3|*
New MarketMadisonAL8 km W in Red Mountain Formation at Sulphur Springs (Quicks Mills[?])invertebrates-cnidaria-corals-tabulata-Favosites,Halysites;;;conodontsAL0206Probably near 34.9176N,-86.5038W on Flint River. Can't identify a 'Quick's Mills', but there is a Joe Quick Rd34.9377,-86.5226,,AGL3?|*
Ready CrossroadsMadisonALalong Flint River and tributaries in grey,while,greenish limestoneSilurianFort Payne Chertinvertebrates-brachiopoda-spiriferida-Spirifer;;echinoderms-crinoids(columnals)AL020934.9328,-86.7292,,AGL4|*
-MarengoALCretaceous Ripley Formation in 8-15 km wide belt. N boundary 6 km N of McKinley,2 km N of Dayton, 13 km SW of Demopolis at Tombigbee River. S boundary 4 km S of McKinley,Thomaston,Linden,1.6 km N of JeffersonCretaceousRipleyinvertebrates(marine)?AL021232.2477,-87.7698,location:nr Linden:AL,AGL4|*
JeffersonMarengoALNW in Hwy 28 road cutsCretaceous,PaleocenePrairie Bluff,Porters Creek,Claytoninvertebrates(marine)AL0357http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf32.385,-87.9166,,AGL3|*
MagnoliaMarengoAL1.5 km S of County 30 between Shiloh and Magnolia sw1/4s9t13nr4e 3km SSW of Magnolia (Marengo County)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL020032.0996,-87.6766,sw1/4s9t13nr4e,AGL3|*
MagnoliaMarengoALon County 30 near crest of hill W of Goose Creek|well preserved fossilsinvertebrates-mollusks;plantsAL020132.1358,-87.6372,,AGL3|*
Marengo CountyMarengoALAcross County from outcrops in Wilcox County to Moscow on the Tombigbee River|a fossiliferous white limestone with cephalopoda underlain by crystalline limestone with poorly preserved invertebratesCretaceous-Tertiary[?]White Limestone (Alabama)[?]invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea,Venericardia;cephalopoda-nautilidae-Hercoglossa,Nautilus;;gastropoda-Cerithium,Rostellaria,TurritellaAL0211White Limestone appears to be a 19th Century(?) term. Uncertain what the modern equivalent is. Hercoglossa originally Enclimatoceras32.2503,-87.7667,location:nr Linden:AL,AGL4|*
Nanafalia LandingMarengoALon Tombigbee RiverEoceneClaiborne?invertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda(27 species);;mollusks(16 species)-bivalvia-Cardium;;;protists-forams(39 species)AL020232.1458,-88.0194,,AGL2|*
OctagonMarengoAL14 km NW(? Co Rd 30 is SE of Octagon) in road cuts on County 30Eocene?Porters Creekinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusks-bivalvia-Venericardia;gastropoda-Calyptraphorus,Volutocorbis;;;protists-forams;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);(otoliths)AL020732.1358,-87.6414,,AGL3?|*
Old Spring HillMarengoALIn road cut on US43. Mollusks inCretaceousDemopolis chalkinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Diploschiza,ExogyraAL020832.4355,-87.7844,,AGL3|*
ThomastonMarengoALNE,in glauconitic sand at base of Clayton Formation|phosphatic nodules,reworked Cretaceous fossilsEocene?Claytoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra,(others)AL021032.2572,-87.6264,location:Thomaston:AL,AGL3|*
Hamilton?MarionALOn AL13 4km SE of AL29 junction. AL29=US43?CretaceousBlufftowninvertebrates-mollusksAL025334.1095,-87.9394,,AGL3?|*
Paint Rock RiverMarshallAL3 km Sinvertebrates-echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites(several species)AL021334.6413,-86.3199,location:Paint Rock.AL.3kmS,AGL4?|*
-MonroeALYellow sands with Ostrea - Across the county and S and West through MS,LA,TXinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL023831.5153,-87.4539,location:Frisco City.AL,AGg4|*
-MonroeALYellow sands with Ostrea - s12t7nr7e PLSS location is dubiousinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea?AL023931.5889,-87.4210, s12t7nr7e,AGL2?|*
-MonroeALYellow sands with Ostrea - s19t7nr9e through s30t7nr9e PLSS locations are dubiousinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL024031.5513,-87.2023,s19t7nr9e,AGL2?|*
-MonroeALYellow sands with Ostrea - s25t7nr8e,s34t7nr8e dubious PLSS locationinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL024131.5374,-87.2254,s25t7nr8e-s34t7nr8e,AGL2?|*
-MonroeALEoceneClaiborne?AL023631.5668,-87.3605,,AGL3?|*
Bell's LandingMonroeALAlong Alabama Riverinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Martesia,pholadidae-Pholas;;gastropoda(large)-Bulbifusus,PseudolivaAL021431.7967,-87.4217,,AGL3|*
Bells LandingMonroeALIn bluffEoceneClaiborneinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Turritella,(others)AL021531.7967,-87.4217,,AGL3|*
BethelMonroeAL1 km S of ButlerEoceneClaiborne?AL021632.0818,-88.2209,,AGL3?|*
ClaiborneMonroeAL8 km N on top of a high Limestone hill|bivalve castsEoceneClaiborneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalviaAL022231.6750,-87.5480,,AGl73?|*
ClaiborneMonroeALEocene Claiborne Formation 43 meters thick. Complete section exposed in Claiborne Bluff plus Lisbon Bluff. Black clay at baseEoceneClaiborneinvertebrates(150 species)-mollusks-bivalvia-Crassatella,Cytherea,Ostrea,Pectunculus;gastropoda-Ancillaria,Crepidula,Melongena,Rostellaria,Turbinella,Turritella,VolutaAL022331.5456,-87.5149,,AGN2?|*AL0219,AL0220,AL0221,AL0223,AL0224,AL0335?
ClaiborneMonroeALwell preserved mollusksEoceneClaiborneinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Trochocyathus;;;mollusks-gastropoda-Bulla,Calyptraphorus,Cerithium,Crepidula,Emarginula,Fasciolaria,Volutomorpha;scaphopoda-DentaliumAL022131.5456,-87.5149,,AGN2?|*AL0219,AL0220,AL0221,AL0223,AL0224,AL0335
ClaiborneMonroeALEoceneClaiborneinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Echinocyamus;;mollusks-bivalvia-Erycina,Hindsiella,Lucina;scaphopoda-DentaliumAL022031.5456,-87.5149,,AGN2?|*AL0219,AL0220,AL0221,AL0223,AL0224,AL0335
ClaiborneMonroeALinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Endopachys;;;mollusks-bivalvia-Codakia;gastropoda-SinumAL021831.5456,-87.5149,,AGN2?|*AL0219,AL0220,AL0221,AL0223,AL0224,AL0335
ClaiborneMonroeALinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-LirodiscusAL021931.5456,-87.5149,,AGN2?|*AL0219,AL0220,AL0221,AL0223,AL0224,AL0335
Claiborne BluffMonroeALUnder US-84 Bridge and on road to boat landingEoceneYazoo,Moodys Branchinvertebrates(?)(abundant)AL0335http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf31.5456,-87.5149,,AGN2?|*AL0219,AL0220,AL0221,AL0223,AL0224,AL0335
Claiborne BluffMonroeALon beds at baseEoceneClaiborneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,Astarte,TrigonocoeliaAL022431.5456,-87.5149,,AGN2?|*AL0219,AL0220,AL0221,AL0223,AL0224,AL0335
Gregg's LandingMonroeALnear Wilcox County Line, exposure reported now to be under waterPaleoceneGreggs Landinginvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(3 taxa);mollusks(24 taxa)-bivalvia-pholadidae-Pholas;;gastropoda-Fasciolaria,FususAL0322http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf31.8153,-87.4865,location:arbitrary,AGL4?|*
Hendrick's Marl BedMonroeALLocated an unknown distance S of ButlerEoceneClaiborne?AL0225Butler is in Choctaw County. See 'Turnbull' AL0228 as wellhttp://www.archive.org/stream/bulletinsofameri3111518991902pale/bulletinsofameri3111518991902pale_djvu.txt32.0913,-88.2216,location:Butler.AL,AGL4?|*AL0225,AL0227,AL0228,AL0229,AL0230,AL0231,AL0232,AL0233,AL0234
MonroevilleMonroeALS25T7NR8E,S34T7NR8E,S19T7NR9E,S39T7NR9E,S12T7NR7E in yellow sands PLSS locations are dubious. Some of them are illegal. Best guess is this refers to the hilly area N of Monroeville and North to Limestone CreekEoceneClaiborne?AL023731.5373,-87.3045,S25T7NR8E,AGL3?|*
TurnbullMonroeALIn Woods Bluff Group 1 km S of Butler. Woods Bluff[Bashi]|Turritella in bed 3-4 meters thick. Turnbull is roughly 150km SE of Butler,ALEoceneWoods Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaAL0227There is (or was) a Turnbull, AL. There is no sign of a terrain feature or quarry in the vicinity that might expose several fossil beds31.7147,-87.1319,,AGL3?|*AL0225,AL0227,AL0228,AL0229,AL0230,AL0231,AL0232,AL0233,AL0234
TurnbullMonroeALIn Woods Bluff Group Bethel Woods Bluff[Bashi]|Turritella in bed 3-4 meters thickEoceneWoods Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaAL0228There is (or was) a Turnbull, AL. There is no sign of a terrain feature or quarry in the vicinity that might expose several fossil beds31.7147,-87.1319,,AGL3?|*AL0225,AL0227,AL0228,AL0229,AL0230,AL0231,AL0232,AL0233,AL0234
TurnbullMonroeALIn Woods Bluff Group Cave Branch Woods Bluff[Bashi]|Turritella in bed 3-4 meters thickEoceneWoods Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaAL0229There is (or was) a Turnbull, AL. There is no sign of a terrain feature or quarry in the vicinity that might expose several fossil beds31.7147,-87.1319,,AGL3?|*AL0225,AL0227,AL0228,AL0229,AL0230,AL0231,AL0232,AL0233,AL0234
TurnbullMonroeALIn Woods Bluff Group Choctaw Corner Woods Bluff[Bashi]|Turritella in bed 3-4 meters thickEoceneWoods Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaAL0230There is (or was) a Turnbull, AL. There is no sign of a terrain feature or quarry in the vicinity that might expose several fossil beds31.7147,-87.1319,,AGL3?|*AL0225,AL0227,AL0228,AL0229,AL0230,AL0231,AL0232,AL0233,AL0234
TurnbullMonroeALIn Woods Bluff Group Hendrick's Marl Bed Woods Bluff[Bashi]|Turritella in bed 3-4 meters thickEoceneWoods Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaAL0231There is (or was) a Turnbull, AL. There is no sign of a terrain feature or quarry in the vicinity that might expose several fossil beds31.7147,-87.1319,,AGL3?|*AL0225,AL0227,AL0228,AL0229,AL0230,AL0231,AL0232,AL0233,AL0234
TurnbullMonroeALIn Woods Bluff Group Knight's Branch Woods Bluff[Bashi]|Turritella in bed 3-4 meters thickEoceneWoods Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaAL0232There is (or was) a Turnbull, AL. There is no sign of a terrain feature or quarry in the vicinity that might expose several fossil beds31.7147,-87.1319,,AGL3?|*AL0225,AL0227,AL0228,AL0229,AL0230,AL0231,AL0232,AL0233,AL0234
TurnbullMonroeALIn Woods Bluff Group W to MS line Woods Bluff[Bashi]|Turritella in bed 3-4 meters thickEoceneWoods Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaAL0233There is (or was) a Turnbull, AL. There is no sign of a terrain feature or quarry in the vicinity that might expose several fossil beds31.7147,-87.1319,,AGL3?|*AL0225,AL0227,AL0228,AL0229,AL0230,AL0231,AL0232,AL0233,AL0234
TurnbullMonroeALIn Woods Bluff Group Wood's Bluff Woods Bluff[Bashi]|Turritella in bed 3-4 meters thickEoceneWoods Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaAL0234There is (or was) a Turnbull, AL. There is no sign of a terrain feature or quarry in the vicinity that might expose several fossil beds31.7147,-87.1319,,AGL3?|*AL0225,AL0227,AL0228,AL0229,AL0230,AL0231,AL0232,AL0233,AL0234
Wood's BluffMonroeALEoceneClaiborne?AL023531.936,-88.062,,AHM3|*
-MorganALIn power line right of way at NW1/4S2T6SR4W(34.6277 86.9248 2km WNW of interchange between Wheeler Highway and I65)Mississippian UpperTuscumbiavertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii-CtenacanthusAL024534.6277,-86.9248,NW1/4S2T6SR4W,AGL2|*
Beaverdam SpringMorganALSE1/4se1/4s10t8r3w In a gray Limestone near Stenson asphaltum mine in gully (34.6874 86.8272 1.5km S of Beaverdam Spring)invertebrates-echinoderms-blastoidea-PentremitesAL024334.6874,-86.8272, SE1/4se1/4s10t8r3w,AGL2|*
Breeding CemetaryMorganALS15t6r2w S10t6r2w in a NE trending Limestone (34.5231 86.7067 800m S of Breeding Mountain neat Breeding Cemetary)vertebrates-fish(skeletons)AL024234.5231,-86.7067, S15t6r2w/S10t6r2w,AGL2|*
Valhermosa SpringsMorganALse1/4se1/4s19t6r1w Fossiliferous Limestone (34.4979 86.6691 1.2km ESE of Vilhermosa Springs)?AL024434.4979,-86.6691, se1/4se1/4s19t6r1w,AGN2|*
HamburgPerryALCretaceousEutawinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-GryphaeaAL024632.5278,-87.2864,,AGN3|*
FairfieldPickensALS in long bluff on Tombigbee River. Many fossilsinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-InoceramusAL0247This probably is not the modern Fairfield near Birmingham. It is probably a historical locale near 31.2517,-86.6456.31.2272,-86.6444,,AGL3|*
Knight BranchRandolphALOriginal said Knight's Branch, Monroe County. This is my best guessEoceneClaiborne?AL022633.4654,-85.3489,,AGL3?|*
Broken Arrow BendRussellALOn Chattahoochee (originally Alabama) River in bluff 17km below ColumbusCretaceousEutawinvertebrates-brachiopoda,mollusksAL0001This locality seems to be on the Ft Benning Military ReservationReport on the geology of the coastal plain of Alabama By Geological Survey of Alabama32.3222,-84.9957,,AGL3?|*AL0001,AL0248
Chattahoochee RiverRussellALat Broken Arrow BendCretaceousEutawinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-ExogyraAL0248This locality seems to be on the Ft Benning Military Reservation32.3222,-84.9957,,AGL3?|*AL0001,AL0248
Holy TrinityRussellAL4 km S in road cuts on AL165CretaceousBlufftowninvertebrates-mollusksAL024932.1903,-85.0409,,AGL3|*AL0249,AL0250
Holy TrinityRussellAL4 km S in road cuts on I65CretaceousBlufftowninvertebrates-mollusksAL025032.1903,-85.0409,,AGL3|*AL0249,AL0250
HurtsboroRussellALOn AL51 (52 in original entry) 20km N of HurtsboroCretaceousEutawinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea(abundant)AL025932.4390,-85.3634,,AGL3|*AL0259,AL0252
HurtsboroRussellALon AL51CretaceousEutawinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL026032.3562,-85.3905,,AGL3|*
HurtsboroRussellALon AL51 18 km N|{13}CretaceousEutawinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea(abundant)AL025232.4246,-85.3548,,AGL3|*AL0259,AL0252
Phenix CityRussellAL20 km N of Hurtsboro NE side of US431 AL165 IntersectionCretaceousEutawvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AL0251The US431-AL165 Junction is really about 50km ENE of Hurtsboro32.4223,-85.0398,,AGL3?|*AL0251,AL0255
Phenix CityRussellALOn AL39 500m S of junction with AL165. AL39 is in Western Alabama nowhere near Russell County. AL38 assumed. And AL165 actually terminates at US431 and does not quite intersect AL38. Junction of US280 and US431 used as reference LocationCretaceousBlufftowninvertebrates-mollusksAL025532.4495,-85.0159,,AGL3|*AL0251,AL0255
AldrichShelbyALIn S31T24NR11E(SS?)(33d1.14mN,87d0.67mW) and S6T23NR11E(SS)(33.0048N,-87.0111W)Cambrian UpperBrierfield dolomiteplants-algae-CryptozoonAL0018'Aldrich' is 2km W of Montevallo and is in Shelby County --Survey boundary is in this area. Section 31 is absent on modern maps. This site may be in Bibb County33.0079,-87.0055,,AGL3?|*
AldrichShelbyALNE1/4S20T24R11E In area Limestone quarriesinvertebrates-mollusksAL0019'Aldrich' is 2km W of Montevallo and is in Shelby County --Survey boundary is in this area. Section 31 is absent on modern maps. This site may be in Bibb County. Best guess is 33.1077 86.992333.1077,-86.9923, NE1/4S20T24R11E,AGL3?|*
AldrichShelbyALSE1/4SE1/4S31T24R10E In area Limestone quarriesinvertebrates-mollusksAL0020'Aldrich' is 2km W of Montevallo and is in Shelby County --Survey boundary is in this area. Section 31 is absent on modern maps. This site may be in Bibb County33.1077,-86.8909, SE1/4SE1/4S31T24R10E,AGL3|*
Cahaba ValleyShelbyAL1 km S of Bowles Spring Church (13 km SW of Leeds)|castsinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-LecanospiraAL026133.1486,-86.7969,,AGL3|*
CaleraShelbyAL1 km W|Helicotoma uniangulata castsinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-HelicotomaAL026333.1032,-86.7679,,AGL3|*
CaleraShelbyALAn regional exposures into St Clair,Bibb,Etowah countiesOrdovicianNewala Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-Tarphyceras;;gastropoda-Coelocaulus,Hormotoma,Orospira,TurritellaAL026533.1028,-86.7536,,AGL4|*AL0265,AL0262
CaleraShelbyALIn Quarries between Calera and PelhamOrdovicianNewala Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-Tarphyceras;;gastropoda-Coelocaulus,Hormotoma,Orospira,TurritellaAL026733.2243,-86.8044,,AGl73|*
CaleraShelbyALLittle Cahaba River s17t24nr11e 33.1178 86.7704OrdovicianNewala Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-Tarphyceras;;gastropoda-Coelocaulus,Hormotoma,Orospira,TurritellaAL026833.1178,-86.7704, s17t24nr11e,AGl82?|*
CaleraShelbyALW of Pelham on Buck CreekOrdovicianNewala Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-Tarphyceras;;gastropoda-Coelocaulus,Hormotoma,Orospira,TurritellaAL026933.2896,-86.8189,,AGL3?|*
CaleraShelbyALOrdovicianAthensinvertebrates-graptolites(abundant)AL0344http://search.datapages.com/data/doi/10.1306/74D71FF5-2B21-11D7-8648000102C1865D33.1028,-86.7536,,AGl73|*
CaleraShelbyALOrdovicianNewala Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-Tarphyceras;;gastropoda-Coelocaulus,Hormotoma,Orospira,TurritellaAL026233.1028,-86.7536,,AGL3|*AL0265,AL0262
Calera?ShelbyALBetween Leeds and Moody's CrossroadsOrdovicianNewala Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-Tarphyceras;;gastropoda-Coelocaulus,Hormotoma,Orospira,TurritellaAL0266Leeds is about 10k NE of Birmingham. Moody's Crossroads in about 60km S. Half way between is Ramer, AL32.1245,-86.2592,,AGL4|*
HelenaShelbyAL0.4km S in argillaceous shaleCambrian LowerMontevalloinvertebrates-brachiopoda-MicromitraAL0335Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P6033.2923,-86.8430,,AGL3|*
HelenaShelbyAL500 meters NEinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Obolus,WimanellaAL027033.2998,-86.8400,,AGL3|*
HelenaShelbyAL6.4km S in argillaceous shaleCambrian LowerMontevalloinvertebrates-brachiopoda-MicromitraAL0334Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P6033.2548,-86.8559,,AGL3|*
HelenaShelbyAL8 km Sinvertebrates-brachiopoda-WimanellaAL027133.2418,-86.8445,,AGL3|*
MontevalloShelbyAL1 km W of MontevalloCambrian Lowerinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Amecephalus,Dolichometopus,Dorypyge,ZacanthoidesAL0017Originally 'Aldrich' in Shelby County33.0998,-86.8752,,AGN3|*
MontevalloShelbyAL4 km W along Columbiana roadOrdovicianinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-LecanospiraAL027233.0777,-86.8833,,AGl63?|*
MontevalloShelbyALOn AL25 between I-65 and Montevallo in shale outcrops in red clay road cut|well preserved fossilsinvertebrates-graptolites(abundant)AL027333.0930,-86.8411,,AGl73|*
MontevalloShelbyALin area shale exposuresOrdovicianAthens Shaleinvertebrates-graptolites-Climacograptus,Diplograptus,Isograptus,Reteograptus,(others)AL0274Reteograptus originally Retiograptus33.1006,-86.8642,,AGL3|*
MontevalloShelby?ALin reddish shaleCambrian Lower[?]invertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Bristolia,olenellidae-OlenellusAL028033.1006,-86.8642,,AGL3|*
PelhamShelbyAL17 km NE at road junction 4 km NE Newhope Church inOrdovicianNew Hope Limestoneinvertebrates(50 species)-brachiopoda,mollusks-gastropodaAL027533.3677,-86.7132,,AGL3|*
PelhamShelbyAL6 km N of Pelham on Montgomery RoadOrdovicianNewala Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-Tarphyceras;;gastropoda-Coelocaulus,Hormotoma,Orospira,TurritellaAL026433.3546,-86.7796,,AGl73|*
PelhamShelbyAL700 meters NOrdovicianNew Hope Limestoneinvertebrates(50 species)-brachiopoda,mollusks-gastropodaAL027633.2875,-86.8103,,AGL3|*
ShelbyShelbyAL6 km SWCambrian Upperplants-algae-CryptozoonAL0277There does not appear to be a town of Shelby. Loc is cennter of Shelby County,AL33.3836,-86.7319,,AGL4|*
ShelbyShelbyAL7 km SE|mollusk castsCambrian Upperinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-LecanospiraAL0278There does not appear to be a town of Shelby. Loc is cennter of Shelby County,AL33.3836,-86.7319,,AGL4|*
ShelbyShelbyALCambrian Upperinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;mollusks-gastropodaAL005933.1095,-86.5839,,AGL3|*
SiluriaShelbyAL4 km SW|mollusk castsCambrian Upperinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-LecanospiraAL027933.2118,-86.8516,,AGL4|*
AshvilleSt ClairALSE of Blount and Chandler Mountains along Dry Creek in ne1/4s18t13r4e in PLSS location is dubious. If correct, location is around 33.8153 86.2653MississippianTuscumbia Limestone|Lauderdale chertinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-LithostrotionAL028833.8153,-86.2653, ne1/4s18t13r4e,AGL3?|*
Beaver Creek MountainSt ClairALon top of Mountaininvertebrates-brachiopoda-Rhipidomella;mollusks-gastropodaAL028133.7706,-86.2767,,AGL3?|*
EasonvilleSt ClairAL4 km E alongDevonianTalladega chertinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodaAL028233.5194,-86.2917,,AGL3?|*
Greensport FerrySt ClairAL1500 meters S gastropodainvertebrates-brachiopoda-Chonetes;mollusks-gastropodaAL028333.8403,-86.0672,,AGL3|*
OdenvilleSt ClairAL1300 meters E in RR cut-large gastropod castsOrdovicianLenoir Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-MacluritesAL028433.6802,-86.3825,,AGL3|*
OdenvilleSt ClairAL600 meters S in Cut. pit on N side of Seaboard Air Line tracks|fossils in Mosheim LimestoneOrdovicianOdenville|Mosheim Limestonesinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda-Deltatreta;mollusks-cephalopoda-orthocerida-Orthoceras;;gastropoda(abundant)-Lophospira,Maclurites;polyplacophora(amphineurids)-Chiton,Priscochiton;;porifera(sponges)AL028533.6748,-86.3963,,AGN3|*
SpringvilleSt ClairALIn hills to WCambrian Upperinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;mollusks-gastropodaAL028633.7747,-86.4837,,AGM3|*
TalladegaSt ClairAL6 km S on Taylors Mill Rdinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodaAL028733.3950,-86.0823,,AGL3|*
EpesSumterALPyrite replaced fossilsCretaceous-AL0339http://www.gamineral.org/_docs/1-5feb04.pdf32.6903,-88.1261,,AGL3|*
Griffin's LandingSumterALFossiliferous black clay outcrops N for 15 km on Tombigbee River to Black Bluff in S12T16R1w (Griffin's Landing is on the Marengo County side of the Tombigbee River -- Black Bluff in sec 12 is at 32.3713 88.0366)invertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-decapoda(fragments);;cnidaria-corals(uncommon);mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda(fragments),gastropodaAL028932.3713,-88.0366, S12T16R1w,AGL3|*
LivingstonSumterAL12 km N on Epes Road inCretaceous UpperSelma chalkinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-AnomiaAL029032.6741,-88.1543,,AGL3|*
LivingstonSumterAL4 km Ninvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-belemnoideaAL029132.6174,-88.1818,,AGL3|*
Moscow LandingSumterALOn West side of Tombigbee River at end of CR25 opposite historic site of Moscow LandingCretaceous,PaleocenePrairie Bluff,Porters Creek,Claytoninvertebrates(marine)AL0358http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf32.4314,-88.0353,,AGn83|*
-TalladegaALfossiliferous chert on ridges in SW part of county?AL029533.1219,-86.4425,location:Talladega Springs.AL,AGL4|*
AlexandriaTalladegaAL4 km N along Gadsen Rd just below Tallasseehatchie Creek bridge. Trilobitesinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobitaAL029233.8188,-85.9076,,AGL3|*AL0292,AL0293
AlexandriaTalladegaAL4.8 km N trilobitesinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobitaAL029333.8188,-85.9076,,AGL3|*AL0292,AL0293
Talladega Sulphur SpringTalladegaALE - Fossil Chert?AL029433.1171,-86.4374,,AGM3|*
Kimbrell[?]TuscaloosaALIn Conasauga Formation -{4}CambrianConasaugainvertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingulella(Lingula?)AL0296invertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingulella originally Linguella33.2761,-87.0672,,AGM3 |*
TuscaloosaTuscaloosaALIn Government Quarryplants-pteridophyta-equisetales-CalamitesAL029733.2136,-87.5817,,AGL3|*
Vance(?)TuscaloosaALIn RR cuts to E Trenton ageOrdovician Upper-AL029833.1746,-87.2332,,AGL3|*
WoodstockTuscaloosaAL5 km S inSilurianRed Mountaininvertebrates-brachiopoda-PentamerusAL029933.1710,-87.1499,,AGl73|*
Baker's BluffWashingtonALA bluff on the West side of the Tombigbee River 2 km upstream from the historical site of St Stephens Landing AKA Gopher Hillinvertebrates-mollusksAL030031.5735,-88.0449,,AGL3|*AL0300,AL0301
Baker's BluffWashingtonALin ferruginous sand bed AKA Gopher Hillinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-PanopeaAL030131.5735,-88.0449,,AGL3|*AL0300,AL0301
Dry CreekWashingtonALS6t8r2invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea;gastropoda-Turritella,VolutaAL030231.6863,-88.2249,S6t8r2,AGL3|*
Hatchetigbee BluffWashingtonALon Tombigbee RiverOligocene-Eoceneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium,Cytherea;gastropoda-Bullia,TrophonAL0073Bullia originally Expleritoma31.6589,-88.0844,Location:Hatchetigbee Landing.AL,AGL3?|*
Jordans MillWashingtonALS13t9r4w poorly preserved Claiborne fossils in greensand ledge (31.7523 88.3332 dubious)EoceneClaiborne?AL030531.7523,-88.3332, S13t9r4w,AGM2?|*
PushPush CreekWashingtonALaround W end of Hatchetigbee uplift, S17t10r4w,S17t10r4w,S21t10r4w (31.8284 88.39144 dubious)EoceneClaiborne-AL030631.8284,-88.3914, S17t10r4w-S17t10r4w-S21t10r4w,AGL3|*
Shoemaker's MillWashingtonALNW in S2t9nr4w in Greensand beds (31.6878 88.3504 dubious)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-CrassatellaAL030731.6878,-88.3504, S2t9nr4w,AGM3|*
SilasWashingtonAL4 km NE from Powers Store to Turkey Creek bridge along Isney-Bladon Springs Road in Buhrstone bedsinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL030831.7795,-88.2916,,AGM3|*
St Stephen LandingWashingtonALIn Lone Star Cement Company quarry in the 'White Limestone' St Stephen Bluff -- 60 meters of Eocene and Oligocene sedimentsOligoceneinvertebrates(marine)(abundant)AL0347http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf31.5677,-88.0388,,AGL3|*
St StephensWashingtonAL1 km N on Tombigbee RiverEocene?Claiborne?AL030931.5294,-88.0455,,AGL3|*
AL-28 roadcut Lee Long BridgeWilcoxALIn low road cut on W side of bridgePaleoceneClayton,McBrydeinvertebrates(marine)(abundant)AL0350http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf32.1135,-87.4062,,AGL2|*
Alabama RiverWilcoxALCretaceous UpperPrairie Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-AnchuraAL031031.1358,-87.9433,,AGL4|*
Allenton StationWilcoxAL2 km E in Porters Creek Black Clays Forams,corals;mollusks - TurritellaEocene?Claytoninvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusks;protists-foramsAL031131.9297,-87.0236,,AGL3|*
CaledoniaWilcoxALin creek bed in Coal Bluff member of Naheola fmNaheolainvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda(38 species);;;protists-forams(75 species)AL031231.8918,-87.0866,,AGL3?|*
CamdenWilcoxAL11.3 km E on Allentown Rd in Matthew's landing Marl Bed|molds,casts. Reworked Cretaceous fossils (Exogyra),Eocene mollusksEocene?Claytoninvertebrates-bryozoa-Conopeum;mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra;;;protists-forams;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AL0313Can't identify an Allentown Rd near Camden. There is an Allentown district far to the south in Mobile. Lat Lon is an arbitrary location 11 km E of Camden31.9900,-87.1360,,AGL3?|*
CamdenWilcoxAL15.5 km E (1 km W of Darlington Road)|molds,casts. Reworked Cretaceous fossils (Exogyra),Eocene mollusksEocene?Claytoninvertebrates-bryozoa-Conopeum;mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra;;;protists-forams;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AL031431.9778,-87.14212,,AGM3|*
CamdenWilcoxAL18.9 km E in Clayton Fm in road cut on Al 28|molds,casts. Reworked Cretaceous fossils (Exogyra),Eocene mollusksEocene?Claytoninvertebrates-bryozoa-Conopeum;mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra;;;protists-forams;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AL031531.9880,-87.0800,,AGm83|*
CamdenWilcoxAL8.2 km NE|molds,casts. Reworked Cretaceous fossils (Exogyra),Eocene mollusksCretaceousinvertebrates-bryozoa-Conopeum;mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra;;;protists-forams;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AL031632.0529,-87.2328,,AGM3|*
CamdenWilcoxAL8.2 km NE|molds,casts. Reworked Cretaceous fossils (Exogyra),Eocene mollusksPaleoceneClaytoninvertebrates-bryozoa-Conopeum;mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra;;;protists-forams;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AL031732.0529,-87.2328,,AGM3|*
CamdenWilcoxALs12t12r6e (32.0265 87.4269 Large discrepancy between software and topo maps)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,gastropoda-TurritellaAL031832.0265,-87.4269, s12t12r6e,AGL4?|*
CliftonWilcoxAL2 km upstream on Left Bank. Low Bluff of highly fossiliferous black clayinvertebrates(?)(abundant)AL0319Can't identify a Clifton, AL. Lat lon is upstream from Clifton Ferry32.0333,-87.4474,,AGM3|*AL0319,AL0326
Gravel CreekWilcoxALNear AL41invertebrates-mollusks(abundant)AL032131.9141,-87.3601,,AGm73|*
J. Lee Bridge on AL10-26WilcoxAL31.3 km W in road cut None of this makes much sense. May be a garbled reference to the AL-28 roadcut at the J Lee Long Bridge over the Alabama RiverEocene?Claytoninvertebrates-bryozoa,echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-nautilidaeAL032332.1157,-87.3969,Lee Long Bridge.AL,AGL5?|*
Lower Peach TreeWilcoxALIn bank of Bear Creek E of bridge on County 1 to Sunny Southinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Haimesiastraea;;;mollusksAL032531.8895,-87.5860,,AGL3?|*
Matthew's LandingWilcoxALinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodainvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Fusus,Murex,PseudolivaAL032632.0317,-87.4208,,AGL3|*AL0319,AL0326
Midway LandingWilcoxAL4 km NW in bed of Rock Creek below AL10 bridge 2 km W of AL28 junctioninvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae(abundant)AL032731.9890,-87.3329,,AGL3?|*
OakhillWilcoxAL2 km Winvertebrates-mollusks(abundant)AL032831.9287,-87.1082,,AGM3|*
OakhillWilcoxAL7.1 km W in road cut on AL10protists-foramsAL032931.9522,-87.1648,,AGL3|*
OakhillWilcoxALAt Dale's Branchinvertebrates-mollusksAL0320Can't identify a Dale's Branch at/near Oakhill31.9224,-87.0852,location:oak hill.AL,AGn64?|*
Old Cannon LandingWilcoxALAlabama River. Can't locate this site Lat lon is arbitrary location on Alabama River.invertebrates-brachiopoda-terebratulida-TerebratulinaAL0330This might refer to Cannon Landing on the Tennessee River somewhere East of Florence,AL32.0175,-87.4706,,AGL5?|*
Pine Barren CreekWilcoxALIn Creek Banks and road cuts on AL28 near intersection of AL21 and AL28invertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae;gastropoda(abundant)-Turritella;;;plantsAL033131.9964,-87.0694,,AGL3|*
Prairie BluffWilcoxALon Alabama River|Well preservedinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda(abundant)(well preserved)AL033232.1342,-87.4036,,AGN3|*
Shell CreekWilcoxALAlong Shell Creek and in other area exposuresCretaceous-PaleocenePrairie Bluff,Claytoninvertebrates(marine)(abundant),vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AL0351http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf32.1414,-87.4211,,AGL3|*
Shoal CreekWilcoxALSouth of Camden on AL-265Eocene?invertebrates(marine),plants(lignite)AL0352http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf31.9838,-87.2856,,AGM3|*
Yellow BluffWilcoxAL9 km N of Lower Peach Tree along Alabama River at Yellow Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Martesia,Ostrea,Venericardia;gastropoda-TurritellaAL032431.9169,-87.5164,,AGL2?|*
--ARAlong the Mississippi River from Cairo,IL to Baton Rouge,LA in loess (wind blown silt) deposits ranging from 9 to 23 meters in thickness and 50 to 100km in width (thicker in North and better developed on E side of river)Pleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia(sparse),gastropoda(non_marine)AR000134.5970,-90.5493,,AGF4|*
Caney PointArkansasARIn area exposures of fossiliferous clay?AR001734.2120,-91.1671,,AGM3|*
Mountain HomeBaxterARMississippianinvertebrates-mollusksAR000236.336,-92.381,,AGl53|*
Little Clifty CreekBentonARon E fork in MiddleDevonianClifty Limestoneinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Homalonotus;;brachiopoda-spiriferida-Spirifer;TropidoleptusAR000336.3297,-93.8964,,AGL4|*
-BooneARand areas to E in Cambrian Upper dolomiteCambrian Upperinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda;;plants-algae-CryptozoonAR000436.3151,-93.0185,,AGL4|*
WarrenBradleyAR5 km E in RR cutinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Corbula,Leda(abundant),Mactra,VenericardiaAR000533.6238,-92.0050,,AGL3|*
Coon BranchCarrollARse1/4nw1/4 s25t16nr26w South of bridge over War Eagle Creek. In narrow band of Pitkin Limestone on both banks. Original says Eureka Springs quadrangle. (36.0211 93.6814 in valley of Coon Branch -- 2km SE of Fish Hatchery on War Eagle Creek)|Chester age cup_coralsPennsylvanianPitkininvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa(cup_corals)AR000636.0211,-93.6814,se1/4nw1/4-s25t16nr26w,AGL3?|*
ArkadelphiaClarkAR1.6km N of Oklahoma-Hollywood Rd Junction on Widow Cox FarmCretaceousTaylorvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-CretolamnaAR000734.1354,-93.0992,,AGL3|*
ArkadelphiaClarkAR1.9 km N in Bluffs along Ouachita River at low tide(low water?)invertebrates-mollusks;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AR000834.1411,-93.0552,,AGl73|*
ArkadelphiaClarkAR12 km SW near the Okolona Rdinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-GryphaeaAR000934.0925,-93.1778,,AGL3?|*AR009,AR0010
ArkadelphiaClarkAR12.8km WCretaceousMarlbrookvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-pristidae-Ischyrhiza;;chimaera-Ischyodus;selachii(sharks)AR001034.1311,-93.1620,,AGL3|*AR009,AR0010
ArkadelphiaClarkAR2.4km W of Caddo River Bridge on AR67CretaceousNacatoshvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-trigonodontoidae-Stephanodus;;chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AR001134.1668,-93.0836,,AGL3|*
ArkadelphiaClarkAR3 km N from High Bluff on Ouachita Riverinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-InoceramusAR001234.1682,-93.0436,,AGL3|*
ArkadelphiaClarkAR3.2km E on Gaither Bros FarmCretaceousMarlbrookvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Enchodus;chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-SqualicoraxAR001334.1219,-93.0145,,AGM3|*AR0013,AR0014
ArkadelphiaClarkAR800m E on Gaither Bros FarmCretaceousNacatoshvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)(teeth)-pristidae-IschyrhizaAR001434.1223,-93.0339,,AGM3|*AR0013,AR0014
ArkadelphiaClarkAR9 km SW in bank of Big Decipher Creekinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Hemiaster(large);;mollusks-bivalvia-Anatimya,Exogyra,Inoceramus,TrigoniaAR0015Couldn't identify Big Decipher Creek. Used arbitrary location on creek about 9km SW of Arkadelphia34.0596,-93.1179,,AGL3|*
Caddo RiverClark?AR?the Caddo River is in SW Arkansas. Tunica County is in NW Mississippi. Arkansas seems much more likely. Entered as Tunica,MSCretaceousNacatoshvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-pycnodontidae-Pycnodus;;chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-pristidae-Ischyrhiza;;selachii(sharks)(teeth)-Cretolamna,Odontaspis,Scapanorhynchus,SqualicoraxAR015234.1220,-93.0528,location:Arkadelphia.AR,AKm73?|*
HollywoodClarkAR2-3km SCretaceousBrownstonevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-pristidae-Ischyrhiza;;selachii(sharks)(teeth)-ScapanorhynchusAR013134.0839,-93.2379,,AGL3|*
OkolonaClarkARIn a field W of Nacatoch Bluff inCretaceous UpperSaratoga Chalkinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-ParanomiaAR001633.9919,-93.3855,,AGL3?|*
Cow FordClevelandAR6 km downstream from Caney Pt|in cylindrical concretions-AR001834.1644,-91.1865,,AGM3|*
HerbineClevelandAR10 km NW in drainage ditch on AR35 in Rison Clay member of White Bluff Formation|Abundant molds. Also in a second ditch about 200 meters EastEoceneWhite Bluff-AR001933.8624,-92.1231,,AGL3|*AR0019,AR0020
HerbineClevelandAR9 km NW|scattered mollusks_moldsinvertebrates(s sparse)-mollusks(molds)AR002033.8579,-92.1162,,AGM3|*AR0019,AR0020
KingslandClevelandAR5.5 km N at Cross Roads Church in drainage ditches and road cuts in|Fossils in ironstone nodulesEoceneWhite Bluff-AR002133.9111,-92.3157,,AGM3?|*
Marks MillClevelandARJust S of the battleground monument at Junction of AR8 and 97 in drainage ditch exposing White Bluff Formation - fossiliferous ironstone nodules. Also about 350 meters East in left bank of small stream,fossiliferous calcareous greensandEoceneWhite Bluff?AR002233.7811,-92.2547,,AGM2|*
New EdinburgClevelandAR1.3 km NE in road cut in SE corner of S27Caney Point Marlinvertebrates(diverse)AR002333.7633,-92.2237,,AGM3|*
PansyClevelandAR6 km S 1 km E of AR15(AR35?) in water well mollusk_molds and shellsinvertebrates-mollusks(shells)(molds)AR002433.7697,-91.9806,,AGL3|*
RisonClevelandAR10 km SW on E side of Saline River 50 meters upstream from US79 bridgeEoceneWhite Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks(molds)AR002533.8975,-92.2323,,AGL2|*
RisonClevelandAR400 meters W in road cuts and barrow pitEoceneWhite Bluffinvertebrates-mollusksAR002633.9597,-92.1947,,AGL3|*
RyeClevelandAR4 km NW in ditch beside road from Rye to AR35invertebrates-mollusks(molds)(abundant)AR0027Confusing--Rye is at the junction of AR35 and US6333.7711,-92.0275,,AGl63?|*
Saline RiverClevelandAR1.2 km upstream from Vince Bluff accessible at low waterinvertebrates-mollusks(20 species)-bivalvia(abundant)-Avicula,Corbula,Cytherea,Leda,Tellina,VenericardiaAR002833.7928,-92.0737,,AGM3|*
Saline RiverClevelandAR6 km downstream from mouth of Big Creek|Fossils in concretions-AR002934.5544,-92.7112,,AGL3?|*
Van BurenCrawfordARPennsylvanianinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Composita;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Lophophyllum;;;echinoderms-crinoids(fragments);mollusks-bivalvia-Pleurophorus;gastropoda-Pleurotomaria,SoleniscusAR003035.4267,-94.3031,,AGL3|*
White RiverDeshaARinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Isotelus like trilobite in (single specimen 15cm long) in Lower Ordovician Cotter of Jefferson City Formation. In cove about 1 km from townOrdovicianJefferson Cityinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Isotelus?AR003135.8197,-93.6997,,AGL3?|*
MonticelloDrewAR12.5 km NW along AR35 in road cuts and ditchesinvertebrates-mollusks(molds)AR003233.7791,-91.9947,,AGL3?|*
MonticelloDrewAR5.5 km SW along local road to Green Hill|mollusk moldsinvertebrates-mollusksAR003333.5969,-91.8478,,AGL3|*
MontongoDrewAR6 km SW in RR cuts|poorly preserved fossilsinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Corbula,Yoldia;gastropoda-TurritellaAR003433.6293,-91.8804,,AGL3|*
JessievilleGarlandARCambrian Upperinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobitaAR015534.7011,-93.0614,,AGN3|*
GrapevineGrantARIn escarpment above flood plane in|mollusk_moldsEoceneWhite Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks(molds)AR003634.1456,-92.3153,,AGL3|*
RedfieldGrantAR1 km N in road cut on US65(US365?)|mollusk_molds and fossils in ferruginous concretionsinvertebrates-mollusks(molds)AR0037Redfield is in Jefferson County34.4508,-92.1906,,AGL3|*
RedfieldGrantAR5.5 km W in drainage ditch SE of the Orion Crossroads|ferruginous concretions with fossils-AR0038Redfield is in Jefferson County34.4706,-92.2460,,AGL3?|*
SheridanGrantAR36.5 km S in road cuts|fossil molds-AR003934.0197,-92.4101,,AGL3|*
SheridanGrantAR700 meters W of town square in road cuts on US270|concretions with fossil moldsinvertebrates(concretions)(molds)AR004034.3078,-92.4096,,AGL3|*
White BluffGrantARarea exposuresinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia(14 species),gastropoda(24 species),scaphopodaAR004136.1861,-92.2767,,AGL3|*
-HempsteadARin 75 meters of Cretaceous brownstone marl along line from Nashville,Howard County to Columbus,Hempstead CountyCretaceousBrownstoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra(abundant)AR005933.7759,-93.8217,location:Columbus.AR,AGL4|*
HollywoodHempsteadAR2 km S on Dobyville Road in thin lenses of greenish sand in clay|abundant small calcareous fossilsinvertebrates(?)(abundant)AR0042Hollywood is at the junction of AR56 and AR5334.0868,-93.2403,,AGL3|*
HollywoodHempsteadAR3 km E on Arkadelphia Road in thin lenses of greenish sand in clay|abundant small calcareous fossilsinvertebrates(?)(abundant)AR004334.1006,-93.2228,,AGl73|*
HollywoodHempsteadAR4 km S in road cuts where road crosses small creek near edge of Terre Noire bottom in sw1/4 s34t7sr21w. (34.0857,-93.2370 same as Okolono,Pike County)|very fossiliferous lensesinvertebrates(?)(abundant)AR004434.0857,-93.2370,sw1/4s34t7sr21w,AGL3|*
McNab StationHempsteadARIn RR cut just W of stationinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAR004533.6611,-93.8325,,AGM2|*
NashvilleHempsteadAR6 km S on road to Clow|poorly preseved fossils-AR004633.9173,-93.7865,,AGM3|*
OzanHempsteadAR5 km S of Nashville in roadside ditch,white clay|poorly preserved plants above white Inoceramus bearing LimestoneCretaceous UpperTokio clayinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;;;plantsAR004733.8815,-93.8488,,AGl73|*
OzanHempsteadAR7 km N along Bingen Road in brown sandstoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-ExogyraAR004833.9058,-93.7432,,AGM3|*
OzanHempsteadAR7 km S along Bingen Rd in Brownstone marlinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAR004933.7944,-93.6967,,AGL3|*
WashingtonHempsteadAR200 meters N of RR stationinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-GryphaeaAR005033.7760,-93.6830,,AGL3|*
WashingtonHempsteadAR4 km NE along old military Roadinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Nostoceras;belemnoidea-Belemnitella;;gastropoda-CapulusAR005133.7963,-93.6614,,AGL3?|*
WashingtonHempsteadAR4.5 km NWinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAR005233.8028,-93.7062,,AGL3?|*
WashingtonHempsteadAR5 km NEinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-InoceramusAR005333.8014,-93.6511,,AGL3|*
WashingtonHempsteadAR5.3 km N from Ozan roadinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-CapulusAR005433.8187,-93.7079,,AGL3?|*
WashingtonHempsteadAR5.5 km N in shell bed along Saratoga Roadinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-ExogyraAR005533.8174,-93.6923,,AGL3?|*
YancyHempsteadAR1.5 km SW from Columbus Rdinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites;;gastropoda-ActaeonAR0056Yancy is near Camden. Can't identify a Columbus Road in the area33.5653,-92.8160,,AGL3?|*AR0056,AR0058
YancyHempsteadAR2.9km SCretaceousAnnona Chalkvertebrates-fish(teeth)-actinopterygii-Enchodus;chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-SqualicoraxAR005733.5479,-92.8151,,AGLSCU|*
YancyHempsteadAR3 km S from Columbus Rdinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-VeniellaAR0058Yancy is near Camden. Can't identify a Columbus Road in the area33.5653,-92.8160,,AGL3?|*AR0056,AR0058
MalvernHot SpringARIn old barrow pit on North I35(I30?) Service Rd 1.6km N of Malvern exit|crab carapaces. Description doesn't match maps very wellinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-decapoda(crabs)(carapaces)AR006034.4096,-92.8211,,AGL3?|*
MalvernHot SpringARS on Ouachita River in small outcrop of Cretaceous rockCretaceousArkadelphiavertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;reptilia-squamata-mosasauridae(vertebrae)AR006134.3474,-92.8822,,AGL3|*
MalvernHot SpringARin beds of lignite/lignitic clayEocene Middleinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta;;plants(amber)AR0062There are several quarries South and West of Malvern34.3570,-92.8324,,AGL3|*AR0062,AR0063
Malvern (near)Hot SpringARin the Acme Brick Co and Malvern Brick Company quarries in Claiborne age lignite with plants and small insect inclusions in amberEocene?Claiborneinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta;;plants(amber)AR0063There are several quarries South and West of Malvern34.3570,-92.8324,,AGL3|*AR0062,AR0063
Rockport (Malvern)Hot SpringARmarine fossils in crystalline Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cucullaea,Venericardia;gastropoda-TurritellaAR006434.3882,-92.8345,,AGL3|*
BuckrangeHowardAR2 km SE(SW?) on dead end road in nw1/4ne1/4 s35t10sr27w in marly fine grained mud (33.8473 93.8577 1km SW of Buck Range)|phosphatic shell castsinvertebrates(casts)AR006533.8473,-93.8577, nw1/4ne1/4 s35t10sr27w,AGL2?|*
SaratogaHowardAR1 km E on Columbus road in Yellow Creek Valleyinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Gryphaea;(others)AR006633.7472,-93.8958,,AGL3|*
SaratogaHowardAR1.4 km W of town in RR cut in Cretaceous Upper ChalkCretaceous Upperinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusks,porifera(sponges)AR006733.7573,-93.9176,,AGM2|*AR0067,AR0071
SaratogaHowardAR2 km Einvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra,Gryphaea;;porifera(sponges)AR006833.7515,-93.8886,,AGL3|*
SaratogaHowardAR500 meters E in gulliesinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra,Gryphaea;;porifera(sponges)AR006933.7517,-93.9004,,AGM3|*
SaratogaHowardARN along Mineral Springs Road in sandsinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Gryphaea,Inoceramus;gastropodaAR007033.7595,-93.9052,,AGL3?|*
SaratogaHowardARin RR cut to West|well preserved fossilsCretaceous UpperSaratogainvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea;porifera(sponges)AR007133.7573,-93.9176,,AGM2|*AR0067,AR0071
TolletteHowardAR1 km W in 6 meters of sand|phosphatic shell castsinvertebrates-mollusks(shells)(casts)(phosphatic);vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AR007233.8222,-93.9053,,AGL3|*
TolletteHowardAR2 km W in Ozan Brownstown near the edge of he bottomlandinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra,Ostrea;gastropodaAR007333.8225,-93.9100,,AGL3|*
-IndependenceARin exposuresOrdovician UpperKimmswick Limestoneinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Goldius,Illaenus;;brachiopoda-Mcewanella;;plants-algae-ReceptaculitesAR0083Illaenus is a Russian trilobite35.7702,-91.5721,location:Moorefield.AR,AGL4|*
BatesvilleIndependenceARIn gray to Black ShaleMississippian UpperMoorefield Shaleinvertebrates(87 species)-brachiopoda-Leiorhynchus,MoorefieldellaAR007435.7697,-91.6408,,AGL3|*
BatesvilleIndependenceARMississippianBatesville Sandstoneinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-PhillipsiaAR0162http://www.archive.org/stream/catalogueoftypes22nite/catalogueoftypes22nite_djvu.txt35.7697,-91.6408,,AGL3|*
CushmanIndependenceAR9 km NE at Montgomery Mine in clays derived from Manganese Oxide castsSilurianBrassfield Limestoneinvertebrates(casts)(magnesiumoxide)-brachiopoda-Triplesia;mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-orthocerida-Cycloceras,Orthoceras;;gastropoda-Cyclonema;;;plants-algae-GirvanellaAR007535.9586,-91.7070,,AGL3|*
Locust GroveIndependenceAR12 km S on AR21(AR87?)MississippianBooneinvertebrates-mollusksAR0076AR21 is 100km W of Locust Grove35.5867,-91.7444,,AGL3|*
Locust GroveIndependenceAR3 km W on AR14MississippianBooneinvertebrates-mollusksAR007735.7280,-91.7641,,AGL2|*AR0077,AR0080
Locust GroveIndependenceAR9 km W on AR14 in road cutMississippianBooneinvertebratesAR007835.7412,-91.8203,,AGL3|*
Locust GroveIndependenceARin 2.4km S on Hwy 21(AR25?)MississippianBooneinvertebratesAR007935.7150,-91.7595,,AGL3|*
Locust GroveIndependenceARin Quarry 3.4km W on Hwy 14MississippianBooneinvertebratesAR008035.7288,-91.7662,,AGL3?|*AR0077,AR0080
MarshallIndependenceARNW in gullyinvertebrates(diverse)AR008135.9242,-92.6414,,AGL3|*
MoorefieldIndependenceARIn gray to Black ShaleMississippian UpperMoorefield Shaleinvertebrates(87 species)-brachiopoda-Leiorhynchus,MoorefieldellaAR008235.7683,-91.5703,,AGL3|*
St Clair SpringIndependenceARNear Independence?SilurianSt Clair Limestoneinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Ceraurus,ScutellumMO0178Scutellum originally Bronteus. Originally entered as Jackson Cy, MO. Probably refers to type locality of the St Clair Limestone 12.9km NE of Batestville, ARhttp://www.archive.org/stream/catalogueoftypes22nite/catalogueoftypes22nite_djvu.txt35.8482,-91.5743,,AKm73?|*
BradfordJacksonAR4 km N in old Limestone quarry next to Iron Mountain RR. Turritella_mortoni in crystalline Limestone..also 300 meters SW of quarry in boulders of Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea,Venericardia;gastropoda-Turritella(turritella mortoni)AR015135.4526,-91.4318,,AGL3|*
BradfordJacksonARAcross White County line 4 km N on Iron Mountain RR in light-gray Limestoneinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusks-bivalvia-Cytherea,Ostrea;gastropoda-TurritellaAR008435.4576,-91.4261,,AGL3|*
BradfordJacksonARAcross White County line 5.5 km N on Iron Mountain RR in light-gray Limestoneinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusks-bivalvia-Cytherea,Ostrea;gastropoda-TurritellaAR008535.4699,-91.4117,,AGL3|*
Grand GlaiseJackson?ARE in RR cuts along the M.O.P. RRPaleoceneMidwayinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusksAR008635.475,-91.4069,,AGL3|*AR0086,AR0087
Grand GlaiseJackson?ARin RR cutsPaleoceneMidwayinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-echinoideaAR008735.475,-91.4069,,AGL3|*AR0086,AR0087
RedfieldJeffersonAR3.5 km N at South Red Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks(molds)-bivalvia-NuculanaAR008834.4147,-92.1756,,AGM3|*
SheridanJeffersonARin regional exposuresinvertebrates-mollusksAR008934.3069,-92.3991,,AGL3|*
White BluffJeffersonAR7 km E of Redfield on Arkansas River exposures for 4 km downstream beyond Tar Creek Camp in E1/2S19/30T3SR10W exposures classic locality (34.4330 92.1265 N and S along Arkansas River and possibly in Quarries to W)EoceneRedfieldinvertebrates-mollusks(abundant)AR009034.4330,-92.1265,E1/2S19/30T3SR10W,AGL2|*
SmithvilleLawrenceARinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-HelicotomaAR009136.0803,-91.3036,,AGM3|*
CornervilleLincolnAR7 km SE in drainage ditch on E side of local roadplantsAR009233.7901,-91.8944,,AGN3?|*
Star CityLincolnAR2.5 km At AR81(US425) road junctionplantsAR0093lat lon arbitrarily set 2.5km N of Star City, but site could well be 2.5km S of Star City33.9676,-91.8385,,AGL3?|*
Star CityLincolnAR3.5 km NW in drainage ditchplantsAR009433.9550,-91.8769,,AGL3|*
CerrogordoLittle RiverAR800m NECretaceous,UpperKiamichiinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Gryphaea;(others)AR0163http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.9241,-94.4693,,AGN2|*
ForemanLittle RiverAR27 km SW at Rocky Comfort in Annona chalk along Laynesport RdCretaceousAnnonainvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Echinocorys;;mollusks-bivalvia-Gryphaea,Inoceramus,pectinidae-PectenAR0095info seems dubious. Can't identify a Laynesport Rd. lat long is set to a quarry on Rocky Comfort Rd in Foreman33.7124,-94.3937,,AGN2?|*
ForemanLittle RiverAR9 km N in stream bank near Arkinda road|cephalopoda to 30cmCretaceous UpperOzan, Lowerinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,MortonicerasAR009633.7763,-94.3944,,AGN3?|*
White CliffsLittle RiverAR2 km NWCretaceous UpperOzan, Upperinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Gryphaea;;;plants-angiosperms-SauvagesiaAR0097The generic name Sauvagesia is also used for a plant known commonly as 'Creole Tea'33.7704,-94.0588,,AGL3|*
White CliffsLittle RiverARin quarryinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-InoceramusAR009833.7589,-94.0551,,AGN3|*
CabotLonokeARse1/4nw1/4s36t15nr21w (Same location as Jasper, Newton, County)?AR009935.9134,-93.1546,se1/4nw1/4s36t15nr21w,AGL3?|*AR0099,AR0103
Blaylock MountainsMontgomeryARin SW corner of County inSilurianBlaylock Sandstoneinvertebrates-graptolitesAR010034.3644,-93.9289,,AGL3|*
Crystal SpringsMontgomeryARin roadside shale exposureOrdovicianinvertebrates-graptolites-Climacograptus,Cryptograptus,Dicellograptus,Didymograptus,Diplograptus,Glossograptus,Glyptograptus,Lasiograptus,Nemagraptus,Orthograptus,Reteograptus,ThamnograptusAR0101Reteograptus originally Retiograptus34.5219,-93.3358,,AGL3|*AR0101,AR0102,AR0114
Crystal SpringsMontgomeryARto E of Post office on US270 in black,carbonaceous shaleOrdovicianWomble Shaleinvertebrates-graptolites-NemagraptusAR010234.5219,-93.3358,,AGL3|*AR0101,AR0102,AR0114
JasperNewtonARRed Rock Rd 3 km E of AR7 S of town in road cut and gully se1/4nw1/4s36t15nr21w (35.9134 93.1546 1.5km W of Red Rock)Pennsylvanianinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)AR010335.9134,-93.1546,se1/4nw1/4s36t15nr21w,AGL2|*AR0099,AR0103
CamdenOuachitaARin ligniteinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta(in amber)AR010533.5844,-92.8342,,AGL3|*AR0104,AR0105
CamdenOuachitaAR?AR010433.5844,-92.8342,,AGL3|*AR0104,AR0105
Rose Creek ChurchPerryARplants (35.0716 92.9764 about 1.6km NE of Rose Creek Church, Perry County)PennsylvanianAtoka Sandstoneplants-gymnospermopsida-Sigillaria;lycopodiophyta-LepidodendronAR015435.0716,-92.9764, nw1/4s24t5nr19w,AGL2|*
Antoine CreekPikeARto Einvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-GryphaeaAR010634.2125,-93.4581,,AGN3|*
DelightPikeAR1 km SE in a brownstone marlinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-CyprimeriaAR010734.0261,-93.4967,,AGN3|*
OkolonaPikeAR1.5 km N in road cuts and other area exposures in dark gray sandy marlinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-GryphaeaAR010834.0121,-93.3380,,AGL3|*
OkolonaPikeAR4 km N in gullies W of roadinvertebrates(casts)AR010934.0340,-93.3476,,AGL3?|*
OkolonaPikeARne1/4 s3t8sr21w along Okolona-Arkadelphia rd in dark,sandy marl (NE of junction of Hollywood Creek and Terre Noire Creek)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra,GryphaeaAR011034.0735,-93.2355,s3t8sr21w,AGL3|*
TokioPikeARIn Cretaceous Limestone at Plaster Bluff-Gypsum Bluff on Little Missouri RiverCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-GlauconiaAR011134.0209,-93.7143,,AGL2|*
Wolf CreekPikeAR4 km NWCretaceousDierks Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAR011233.5267,-91.7149,,AGL3?|*
Poinsett CountyPoinsettARfossils in lignites-AR011335.6115,-90.6358,,AGJ4|*
-PolkAROutcrops of late shale. Black,Fissile,contorted,graphitic shales or slates. Area outcrops in Polk,Montgomery Garland,Saline,Pulaski CountiesOrdovicianPolk Creekinvertebrates-graptolites(abundant)AR011434.3644,-93.9289,,AGL4|*AR0101,AR0102,AR0114
Fourche CreekPulaskiARnear mouth of Crooked Creek in s8t15r13winvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea(spines);mollusks-bivalvia-Crassatella,Cucullaea,Cytherea,Ostrea,Protocardia,Venericardia;cephalopoda-nautilidae-Hercoglossa;;gastropoda-Turritella;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AR0115invertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-Hercoglossa originally Enclimatoceras34.6484,-92.4254,S8T1SR13W,AGL3?|*
Little RockPulaskiAR800 meters N of County hospital near old lime kiln on Iron Mountain RR in sandy Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Turritella(turritella mortoni)AR011634.7650,-92.3928,,AGN3?|*
Ravenden SpringsRandolphARinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-CeratopeaAR011736.3164,-91.2225,,AGL3|*
BentonSalineARIn Clay pit in Nw1/4ne1/4s11t2sr15w. (34.5693 92.5771 In Benton Somewhere around intersection of North and 1st)plants(leaves)-angiosperms-Magnoliaceae,Quercus(oak)AR011834.5656,-92.5832, Nw1/4ne1/4s11t2sr15w,AGL3|*
BentonSalineARsw1/4se1/4s9t1sr14w in ferruginous Sandstone (34.6449 92.5034 2k WNW of Collegeville)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Venericardia;gastropoda-Turritella(turritella mortoni)AR011934.6449,-92.5034, sw1/4se1/4s9t1sr14w,AGL2|*
BatesScottARIn mine dumps on the Poteau Mountain Tower RoadPennsylvanianAtoka Sandstoneplants-pteridophyta-Annularia,Asterophyllites,equisetales-CalamitesAR012034.9124,-94.4150,,AGL3|*AR0120,AR0121
BatesScottAROn mine dumps 1.5 km W on mine dumps along Poteau Mt Tower RoadPennsylvanianAtoka Sandstoneplants-pteridophyta-Asterophyllites,equisetales-Calamites;(ferns)AR012134.9124,-94.4150,,AGL3|*AR0120,AR0121
GilbertSearcyAR0.8 km W on Right side of Dry CreekSilurianSt Clair Limestoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda-(articulata)AR012235.9886,-92.7184,,AGN3|*AR0122,AR0123
GilbertSearcyAR1 km WSilurianSt Clairinvertebrates-brachiopoda(large)AR012335.9886,-92.7184,,AGN3|*AR0122,AR0123
LeslieSearcyARIn quarry 500m SMississippianPitkininvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-PaladinAR0161http://www.archive.org/stream/catalogueoftypes22nite/catalogueoftypes22nite_djvu.txt35.8289,-92.5599,,AGN3|*AR0124,AR0161
LeslieSearcyARSCarboniferousinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,bryozoa,echinoderms-crinoids;mollusks-cephalopoda;;plantsAR012435.8289,-92.5599,,AGN3|*AR0124,AR0161
AshdownSevierAR3.5 km N of Little River Bridge on Ashdown-Ben Lomand road inCretaceous UpperMarlbrook marlinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-ExogyraAR012533.70886,-94.1468,,AGL3|*
Ben LomandSevierAR2 km E along Mineral Springs Road (probably AR27)invertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-ScaphitesAR0126Original entry included Hippocrepsis which is a legitimate genus, but in this case was probably a species namehttp://www.archive.org/stream/postilla2222000peab/postilla2222000peab_djvu.txt33.8498,-94.1080,,AGL3|*
Ben LomandSevierAR2 km NW on Lockesburg RdCretaceous UpperTokio, Upperinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cymbophora[?],Inoceramus,Leptosolen,ThraciaAR0127Cymbophora originally entered as Cybophora33.8653,-94.1652,,AGL3|*
Ben LomandSevierAR9 km N at intersection of Ben Lomand-Mineral Springs road and Brownstown Road. Can't really resolve this location. Lat lon used is junction of AR27 and AR317invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-CorbulaAR012833.8486,-94.0684,,AGL3?|*
BrownstoneSevierAR3.5 km NW between Little River and Ozan Creek inCretaceous UpperBuckrange Sandinvertebrates-mollusks(abundant)AR012933.8496,-94.0988,,AGL4|*
BrownstownSevierAR2km NWCretaceousBrownstonevertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-pycnodontidae-Pycnodus;;chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-ScapanorhynchusAR013033.8349,-94.0843,,AGL3|*
White CliffsSevierAR5 km NWCretaceous UpperOzan, Upperinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-ExogyraAR013233.8028,-94.0893,,AGL3|*
MadisonSt FrancisARIn outcrop on Crowley's Ridge near Forrest CityEoceneJacksonvertebrates-mammals-eutheria-cimolesta-PantolestesAR0156paleolist 12/18/2007 10:44 AM Secondary ref is JSTOR35.0134,-90.7629,,AGL3|*
MadisonSt FrancisARin clays in bed of Crow Creek 1 km W of Madison at US70 bridgeEoceneJacksoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea,(others);gastropoda;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)(plates),selachii(sharks)(teeth)AR013335.0118,-90.7374,,AGL2|*
El DoradoUnionAR6 km N in cut on E side of RR cut on Camden and Alexandria RRinvertebrates-mollusks(non_marine)(abundant)-bivalvia-Unio;gastropoda-ViviparusAR013533.2608,-92.6640,,AGM3|*
El DoradoUnionAR6 km SW on Three Creeks Roadplants-angiosperms-dicotyledonae(a class of flowering plants)AR013633.0605,-92.8159,,AGL3|*
LeslieVan BurenAR8 km SE in Roadcut on AR65 S of Peyton CreekMississippianImoinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsAR013735.78704,-92.5439,,AGM3|*AR0137,AR0138,AR0139,AR0140,AR0141,AR0142
LeslieVan BurenARSouthMississippianFayetteville (Arkansas) Shaleinvertebrates-brachiopodaAR013835.78704,-92.5439,,AGM3|*AR0137,AR0138,AR0139,AR0140,AR0141,AR0142
LeslieVan BurenARSouthMississippianImoinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-crinoids;mollusks-cephalopodaAR013935.78704,-92.5439,,AGM3|*AR0137,AR0138,AR0139,AR0140,AR0141,AR0142
LeslieVan BurenARSouthMississippianPitkininvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa-Archimedes;cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-blastoidea,crinoids;mollusks-cephalopodaAR014035.78704,-92.5439,,AGM3|*AR0137,AR0138,AR0139,AR0140,AR0141,AR0142
Peyton CreekVan BurenARIn road cutMississippianImoinvertebrates(diverse)-conodonts,mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAR014135.7869,-92.5325,,AGL3|*AR0137,AR0138,AR0139,AR0140,AR0141,AR0142
Peyton CreekVan BurenARin road cut at Peyton CreekMississippianPitkin|Imoinvertebrates-conodonts,echinoderms-echinoideaAR014235.7869,-92.5325,,AGL3|*AR0137,AR0138,AR0139,AR0140,AR0141,AR0142
EvansvilleWashingtonAR5.2kmS in Sawney Hollow at head of Indian Creek on OK side of state linePennsylvanianBrentwood Limestoneinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-GriffithidesAR0160http://www.archive.org/stream/catalogueoftypes22nite/catalogueoftypes22nite_djvu.txt35.7560,-94.4933,,AGL3|*
FayettevilleWashingtonAREast Mountain near Klyce SpringPennsylvanianHaleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-PseudomontisAR0159Can't pin down location of Klyce Spring beyond 'West Slope of East Mountain'http://books.google.com/books?id=svVskArvqRAC&pg=PA116&lpg=PA116&dq=abbott+pennsylvanian+fossils&source=web&ots=lOtHaJf56y&sig=NJ5TQEVUMG0nHqmfhmFd1_ZhOUg#PPA113,M136.0648,-94.1468,,AGL3?|*AR0143,AR0144,AR0145,AR0157,AR0158,AR0159
FayettevilleWashingtonAREast Mountain near water worksPennsylvanianKessler Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-PseudomontisAR0157http://books.google.com/books?id=svVskArvqRAC&pg=PA116&lpg=PA116&dq=abbott+pennsylvanian+fossils&source=web&ots=lOtHaJf56y&sig=NJ5TQEVUMG0nHqmfhmFd1_ZhOUg#PPA113,M136.0648,-94.1468,,AGL3?|*AR0143,AR0144,AR0145,AR0157,AR0158,AR0159
FayettevilleWashingtonARNE inPennsylvanianBrentwood Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-PseudomonotisAR014336.0648,-94.1468,,AGL3?|*AR0143,AR0144,AR0145,AR0157,AR0158,AR0159
FayettevilleWashingtonARNorthEastPennsylvanianBrentwood Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-PseudomontisAR0158http://books.google.com/books?id=svVskArvqRAC&pg=PA116&lpg=PA116&dq=abbott+pennsylvanian+fossils&source=web&ots=lOtHaJf56y&sig=NJ5TQEVUMG0nHqmfhmFd1_ZhOUg#PPA113,M136.0648,-94.1468,,AGL3?|*AR0143,AR0144,AR0145,AR0157,AR0158,AR0159
FayettevilleWashingtonARSandstone in Fayetteville,Eureka Springs,Harrison and Yellville quadranglesMississippianSylamorevertebrates-fish(teeth)(bones)-arthrodira-Dinichthys;chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-PtychodusAR013436.0625,-94.1572,,AGL4|*
FayettevilleWashingtonARat East MountainCretaceousHaleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-AviculopectenAR014436.0648,-94.1468,,AGL3?|*AR0143,AR0144,AR0145,AR0157,AR0158,AR0159
FayettevilleWashingtonARnear city waterworks on East Mountain inPennsylvanianKessler Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-PseudomonotisAR014536.0648,-94.1468,,AGL3?|*AR0143,AR0144,AR0145,AR0157,AR0158,AR0159
Pitkin QuarryWashingtonARPitkin is apparently now called Woolsey. The Pitkin Quarry may be in Cane Hill. The bluff 1km SE of West Fork on US71 is also a possibility. Lat lon is a quarry complex 2km NW of West ForkMississippian|PennsylvanianPitkin|Haleinvertebrates-bryozoa,conodonts;plants-algae-GirvanellaAR0146http://www.jstor.org/pss/129892035.9435,-94.2088,location:2km NW of West Fork.AR,AGL3|*
West ForkWashingtonAR16 km S of Fayetteville in abandoned quarry on US71MississippianPitkininvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa-Archimedes;cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-blastoidea,crinoids;mollusks-cephalopodaAR014835.9435,-94.2088,location:2km NW of West Fork.AR,AGL3|*AR0147,AR0148
West ForkWashingtonARCarboniferousinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-crinoids(fragments);mollusks-cephalopodaAR014735.9435,-94.2088,location:2km NW of West Fork.AR,AGL3|*AR0147,AR0148
WoolseyWashingtonAR400 meters N in roadcutPennsylvanian LowerBrentwoodinvertebrates-bryozoa,conodontsAR0149Brentwood Limestone Mbr of Bloyd Shale35.8891,-94.1693,,AGL2|*
WoolseyWashingtonARRoadcut 300m N inPennsylvanian LowerBloydinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsAR015035.8883,-94.1690,,AGL3|*
-[?]AZTriassicChinleplants(petrified wood)-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-AraucariaAZ025734.9406,-110.1278,Loc is Holbrook:Navajo County:AZ,AGL4|*
Jones Crossing[?]AZ80km SE of Flagstaff and 5.6km SE of Long Valley Store at Jones Crossing of East Clear CreekPermianKaibabinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-ScaphellinaAZ025534.5297,-111.2831,,AGL3|*
Sonora Desert[?]AZEdiacaran fossilsNeoproterozoicichnofossils-burrows_invertebrate-Palaeophycus;ichno_misc-Lockeia;;incertidae-Cyclomedusa,SekwiaAZ0256Newspaper reports of Ediacaran fossils in the Sonora desert are apparently incorrect. The actual exposures are near the town of El Cerrito(Caborca?) in the Mexican State of Sonora in equivalents of the Great Basin Sequence30.7153,-112.1570,loc:Caborca:Mexico,AGL4|*
-ApacheAZarea exposuresTriassicChinleinvertebrates,plants(petrified wood),vertebrates-reptilia-phytosauria;(others)AZ002535.5590,-109.3799,,AGL5|*
AdamanaApacheAZ9.6km SETriassicChinlevertebrates-fish-sarcopterygii-Ceratodus;;reptilia-phytosauria-MachaeroprosopusAZ0001CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.9411,-109.7520,,AGL3|*
Blue Forest RdApacheAZ1.6km ETriassicChinlevertebrates-reptilia-phytosauria-MachaeroprosopusAZ0002CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.9279,-109.7426,,AGL3?|*
Blue HillsApacheAZTriassicChinlevertebrates-reptilia(bones)AZ000334.5326,-109.3277,,AGL3?|*
Buell ParkApacheAZin alluviuminvertebrates-mollusksAZ000435.9000,-109.0967,,AGL3|*
CameronApacheAZ20.6km NEJurassicMoenavevertebrates-reptilia-crocodylomorpha-ProtosuchusAZ000535.9902,-111.2627,,AGL3|*
CameronApacheAZ300 dinosaurs-tracks on Indian landvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(tracks)AZ000635.8758,-111.4122,,AGL3|*AZ0006,AZ0007
CameronApacheAZIn Triassic SandstoneTriassicichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-ChirotheriumAZ000735.8758,-111.4122,,AGL3|*AZ0006,AZ0007
Flat TopsApacheAZN SideTriassicChinlevertebrates-reptilia(bones)AZ0008CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.8742,-112.5525,,AGL3|*
Four CornersApacheAZRegional exposuresTriassicChinleplantsAZ016436.9989,-109.0444,,AGL4|*
Four CornersApacheAZCretaceousMesaverdeplantsAZ016336.9989,-109.0444,,AGL4|*
GanadoApacheAZ19 km W in Mancos Shale Tunuck memberCretaceousTunuck Shalevertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-IchthyodectesAZ0009CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.7119,-109.7553,,AGL3|*
GanadoApacheAZ30 km W in dark shalesCretaceousMancosinvertebrates,vertebratesAZ001035.7119,-109.8772,,AGL3|*
GanadoApacheAZRegional exposuresTriassicChinleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Unio;;;plants(petrified wood)-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Araucarioxylon,Woodworthia;;;vertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-metoposauridae-Metoposaurus;;;reptilia-phytosauria-Heterodontosuchus,Palaeoctonus;;synapsida-therapsida-PlaceriasAZ0011CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.7119,-109.5447,,AGL4|*
Hogay RuinApacheAZIn area exposuresCretaceousDakotainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-GryphaeaAZ0013There are many ruins in Apache County. Hogay Ruin might be about 11km W of Cornfields School35.6562,-109.7871,,AGL4|*
Hogay RuinApacheAZIn area exposuresinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals,radiataAZ0012There are many ruins in Apache County. Hogay Ruin might be about 11km W of Cornfields School. 'Radiata' may be an order rather than a Genus35.6562,-109.7871,,AGL4|*
Meteor CraterApacheAZIn Triassic SandstoneTriassicichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-ChirotheriumAZ001435.0281,-111.0225,,AGL4|*
Salina SpringsApacheAZ2 km W in Mancos shalesCretaceousMancosinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-GryphaeaAZ001636.0275,-109.8948,,AGL3|*AZ0015,AZ0016
Salina SpringsApacheAZ2 km WCretaceousMancos Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-GryphaeaAZ001536.0275,-109.8948,,AGL3|*AZ0015,AZ0016
St JohnsApacheAZ9.6km SW of St Johns QuarryTriassicChinlevertebrates-reptilia(bones),synapsida-therapsida-PlaceriasAZ0018CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.4461,-109.4334,,AGL3|*AZ0018,AZ0259
St JohnsApacheAZAt Amphibian Hill. This is apparently the 'Placerias Quarry' site near St Johns, AZTriassicChinlevertebrates-(juveniles),(microvertebrates)AZ0259http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php34.4461,-109.4334,,AGL3?|*AZ0018,AZ0259
St JohnsApacheAZAt Davis Ranch on Salt Lake RdTriassicChinlevertebrates-amphibia(bones)-temnospondyli-EupelorAZ0019CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.4708,-109.3126,,AGL3?|*
St JohnsApacheAZPermianSan Andresinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-SchizodusAZ001734.5026,-109.3713,,AGL3|*
StantonApacheAZ2 km W at base of dark shale layerCretaceousDakotainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Gryphaea;;(others)AZ002034.1653,-112.7504,,AGL3?|*
SteamboatApacheAZ6 km E in Dakota shales - Gryphaea. In higher Dakota sandstones numerous coralsCretaceousDakotainvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra,Ostrea;;;plants,vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-IchthyodectesAZ002135.7514,-109.7807,,AGL3|*
SteamboatApacheAZIn area outcrops of black Mancos shales above the DakotaCretaceousMancosinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra,GryphaeaAZ002235.7514,-109.8472,,AGL3|*
Sumner's Valley[?]ApacheAZ200 meters E of New Mexico Line s3t10Nr3e (PLSS Loc is in Yavapai County,AZ near 34.2759N,-112.0327W -- might be in different Prime Meridian). There is nothing resembling this name in the lists of inhabited places(97) or Valleys (198) in the countyCretaceousMesaverdeinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Calycoceras,Dunveganoceras,MetoicocerasAZ0023There is no USGS or Google listing for Sumner's Valley,AZ or NM. E of the New Mexico Line would be in NM where the PLSS coordinates differ dramatically from AZ35.5501,-109.3579,,AGL5?|*
Tuba CityApacheAZnearTriassicChinlevertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-theropoda-DilophosaurusAZ002436.1333,-111.2231,,AGL3|*
BensonCochiseAZ5.6km SPleistoceneSt David_AZvertebrates-aves(birds)(bones),reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneAZ002631.9174,-110.2939,,AGL3|*
BisbeeCochiseAZ7 km WSW on SW side of Escabrosa Gulch in limestoneCambrian Middleinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Eoorthis,Lingulella,SchizambonAZ0027invertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingulella originally Linguella31.4281,-109.9862,,AGL3|*
BisbeeCochiseAZ8 km WSW in area exposuresPennsylvanianinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-echinoidea(spines);;protists-protozoa(abundant)AZ002831.4281,-109.9917,,AGL3|*
BisbeeCochiseAZ8 km WSW on SW side of Escabrosa RidgeCambrian Middleinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingulella,SchizambonAZ0029invertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingulella originally Linguella31.4281,-109.9917,,AGL3|*
BisbeeCochiseAZNW 100 meters above floor of Tombstone Gulch inCambrian MiddleAbrigo Limestoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Billingsella,ObolusAZ003031.4481,-109.9278,,AGL3|*
BisbeeCochiseAZon small hill 300 meters E of US80 in nw1/4sw1/4ne1/4s36t23sr25e (31.3878 109.7567 5km WNW of Forrest near I10)CretaceousMuralinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Rhynchonella,terebratulida-Terebratella;;cnidaria-corals;mollusks-gastropoda-LunatiaAZ003131.3878,-109.7567,nw1/4sw1/4ne1/4s36t23sr25e,AGL2|*
Bisbee JunctionCochiseAZS in ninety one hills area. Well preserved fossilsCretaceous LowerLowellinvertebrates(?)(abundant)AZ003231.3384,-109.8825,,AGL3?|*
Chiricahua MountainsCochiseAZMississippian UpperParadise Limestoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Dielasmatoidea(abundant)AZ003331.9297,-109.3817,,AGL4|*
Chiricahua MountainsCochiseAZPennsylvanianprotists-forams-fusulinida-Fusulina,Fusulinella,TriticitesAZ003431.9297,-109.3817,,AGL4|*
Curtis RanchCochiseAZ19km SE of BensonPleistoceneSt David_AZvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-antilocapridae-Capromeryx;;chiroptera-Simonycteris;proboscidea-Cuvieronius,StegomastodonAZ003531.8488,-110.1525,,AGL3?|*
First Day DigCochise?AZPleistoceneSt David_AZvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Hemiauchenia,ProcheniaAZ023031.8984,-110.2176,loc:St David.AZ,AGL4|*
Gunnison HillsCochiseAZin cherty Concha LimestonePermianConchainvertebrates-brachiopoda-Dictyoclostus,Neospirifer;bryozoa,cnidaria-corals-rugosa(horn_corals)(abundant)AZ003732.0656,-110.0006,,AGL3|*
Gunnison HillsCochiseAZPermian LowerScherrerinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea(spines)(large)AZ003632.0656,-110.0006,,AGL3|*
HerefordCochiseAZAt Lehner Ranch,Clovis culture siteHolocenevertebrates-mammals(large)AZ003831.4383,-110.0972,,AGL3?|*
Mustang MountainsCochiseAZ70 km SE of Tucson near top of Concha Limestone - mollusks,brachiopoda. And in thin bedded Permian dolomites and limestones above the ConchaPermianConchainvertebrates-brachiopoda-spiriferida-Spiriferidina;;bryozoa,cnidaria-corals-rugosa(horn_corals);;echinoderms-echinoidea(spines);mollusks-gastropoda,scaphopodaAZ003931.6822,-110.4700,,AGL3|*
Mustang MountainsCochiseAZ72 km SE of Tucson in thin bedded Limestone above Concha FormationPermianinvertebrates-bryozoa,echinoderms(fragments)-crinoids;mollusks-bivalvia,gastropoda,scaphopodaAZ004031.6822,-110.4700,,AGL3|*
Rodgers QuarryCochise?AZPleistoceneSt David_AZvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Hemiauchenia,Megatylopus,ProcheniaAZ023731.8984,-110.2176,loc:St David.AZ,AGL4|*
TombstoneCochiseAZIn 200 meters of dark gray-black Colina Limestone in Chiricahua MountainsPermianColinainvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea(spines);mollusks-gastropoda-Omphalotrochus(abundant)AZ004331.7128,-110.0669,,AGL3|*
TombstoneCochiseAZin Tombstone Gulch in LimestoneCambrianAbrigo Limestoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Billingsella,ObolusAZ004431.7128,-110.0669,,AGL3|*AZ0042,AZ0044
TombstoneCochiseAZCambrian UpperAbrigo Limestoneinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobitaAZ004231.7128,-110.0669,,AGL3|*AZ0042,AZ0044
Tombstone HillsCochiseAZIn roadcut on S side of US80 2.1km S of Cowan Rd JunctionPermianColinainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-AviculopectenAZ0266http://www.t-rat.com/Pages/WhereToFindFossils.html31.6503,-110.0353,S31T20SR23E,AGL2|*
Whetstone MountainsCochiseAZN in French Joe Canyon in Whetstone MountainsCambrian UpperAbrigo Limestoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda-BillingsellaAZ004131.8099,-110.3791,,AGL3|*
Wolf RanchCochiseAZs6t22sr22e in Arroyo Oro Verde parallel to AZ90 in light siltstones (near San Pedro House? Latitude/Longitude 31.5466N,-110.1445W)Pliocenevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae;perissodactyla-equidae-Pliohippus;;proboscidea-Gomphotherium(=Trilphodonta=mastodon),Mastodon;;reptilia-turtlesAZ0045CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionhttp://www.t-rat.com/Pages/WhereToFindFossils.html31.5466,-110.1445,s6t22sr22e,AGL2|*
Bass CanyonCoconinoAZOn S side of Powell Plateau in sandstones:Cambrian Middleinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingulella,MicromitraAZ0046invertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingulella originally Linguella32.3489,-110.2528,,AGL3|*
Bottomless PitsCoconinoAZ1 km S in RR cutinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia(small)-Dozierella,MyalinaAZ004735.1991,-111.5732,,AGL3|*AZ0047,AZ0056,AZ0062
Bright Angel Creek-Grand CanyonCoconinoAZJust W of mouth in Precambrian rocks.invertebrates-cnidaria?(jellyfish)(or maybe porifera)-Brooksella;;plants-algae(reef)AZ004836.0989,-112.1114,,AGL2?|*
Bright Angel TrailCoconinoAZPennsylvanianSupai Limestoneichnofossils-tracks-amphibiaipedia-Ammobatrachus(trackways)AZ004936.0593,-112.1441,,AGL3|*
CameronCoconinoAZ10-11km(0.6km?) E at Tanner's Crossing on Little Colorado RiverTriassicChinlevertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Buettneria,Eupelor;;reptilia-phytosauria-Machaeroprosopus;sauropsida-HesperosuchusAZ0051Tanner's crossing is only about 600 meters E of US 89 at Cameron35.8767,-111.4059,,AGN3|*
CameronCoconinoAZ40km E 22.4km SW of Dinosaur CanyonTriassicChinlevertebrates-reptilia-aetosauria-DesmatosuchusAZ0052CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.8758,-111.1634,,AGL3|*
CameronCoconinoAZ4km NETriassicChinlevertebrates-reptilia-aetosauria-DesmatosuchusAZ0053CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.9008,-111.3813,,AGL3|*
CameronCoconinoAZabout 2-3km WTriassicMoenkopiichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-Chirotherium,diapsidpedidia-RhynchosauroidesAZ005435.8758,-111.4400,,AGL3|*
CameronCoconinoAZTriassicMoenkopiichnofossils-tracks-amphibiaipedia(?),reptilipedia-dinosauropedidia-theropodipedia-AnchisauripusAZ005035.8758,-111.4122,,AGL3?|*
E WalnutCoconinoAZ1 km E of Park boundaryinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Dictyoclostus,Pugnoides;mollusks(juveniles)-bivalvia-Astartella,Nuculopsis,pectinidae-Pecten;Schizodus;gastropoda-Bellerophon;scaphopodaAZ0055No clue where East Walnut is. Guessing it has to do with Walnut Canyon National Monument35.1751,-111.4872,,AGL4?|*
FlagstaffCoconinoAZ1 km S of Bottomless Pits in RR cutsinvertebrates(?)(abundant)AZ005635.1991,-111.5732,,AGL3|*AZ0047,AZ0056,AZ0062
FlagstaffCoconinoAZ1.6km NE about half way up peak in thin bedded limestone about 10m above talus slope. Not clear where originator thought 'Flagstaff' is exactly. Most likely candidate is TV Hill about 3km from downtown Flagstaff. But could be Switzer Mesa or McMillan Mesa closer in or possibly Mt Eldon. LatLon is SW side of TV HillDevonianinvertebrates,vertebrates-fish-arthrodira(plates,chondrichthyes-orodontidae-Orodus;petalodontae-Chomatodus,Petalodus;selachii(sharks)(teeth)-Cladodus,holocephali-Helodus;hybodontidae-HybodusAZ0267http://www.t-rat.com/Pages/WhereToFindFossils.html35.2368,-111.6178,,AGL2?|*
FlagstaffCoconinoAZ2 km NE at Mt Elden about midway up the mountain in grey thin bedded Limestone within 44 meters of Devonian sediments. This site is said to be about half way up the rather steep East side of the 660 meter peak which would put it around 8200ft ASL. Long climb. Thinish air. The lat-long 35.2473,-111.5871 may be within a few hundred meters of the outcrop, but finding the actual outcrop without more information might take daysDevonianinvertebrates,vertebrates-fish(plates)(teeth)(abundant)AZ0058http://www.jstor.org/pss/130650435.2473,-111.5871,,AGln82|*SITES/AZMTELDEN
FlagstaffCoconinoAZE on main highway in Padre CanyonPermianKaibab Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks(molds)-bivalvia-AviculopectenAZ006035.1603,-111.2860,,AGL3|*AZ0060,AZ0101
FlagstaffCoconinoAZnear Bottomless Pit 2 km E of Flagstaff Country Club in porous buff colored LimestonePermianKaibabvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);(ganoids)(teeth)AZ006235.1991,-111.5732,,AGL3|*AZ0047,AZ0056,AZ0062
FredoniaCoconinoAZIn lower Kanab CanyonPermianKaibab Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalviaAZ0063Kanab Canyon presumably runs from Kanab, UT south, near Fredonia and into the Colorado. Not clear what is meant by the 'Lower Canyon'. Lat lon is Fredonia36.9456,-112.5258,,AGL4?|*
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZ200 meters??? (maybe 200 meters below rim???)MississippianRedwall Limestoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda,mollusks-bivalvia,gastropodaAZ007036.0544,-112.1386,loc:Grand Canyon Village:AZ,AGL4|*AZ0064,AZ0070
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZAbout 15 isolated thin deposits of Devonian Temple Butte Formation contain fish fossils at the base of the Redwall LimestoneDevonianTemple Buttevertebrates-fishAZ007136.1644,-111.8257,loc:Temple Butte,AGL4|*AZ0071,AZ0073,AZ0081
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZAlong Tonto Trail a few hundred meters E of Indian Gardensinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopodaAZ007236.0806,-112.1257,,AGL3|*AZ0072,AZ0092
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZIn Devonian Limestone at 15 locations along base of Redwall LimestoneDevonianvertebrates-fishAZ007336.1644,-111.8257,loc:Temple Butte,AGL4|*AZ0071,AZ0073,AZ0081
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZIn a Limestone in a sequence of mudstones, conglomerates, sandstonesProterozoicVishnuplantsAZ007436.0996,-112.1112,,AGL4|*
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZIn sediments unconformably underlying Cambrian Lower beds|There is some question whether this is a pseudofossilPrecambrianNankoweapinvertebrates-cnidaria?(porifera?)-BrooksellaAZ007536.0996,-112.1112,,AGL4|*
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZIn white Sandstone|tracks of 29 animal speciesPermianCoconino Sandstonevertebrates-(29 taxa of tracks)AZ007636.0544,-112.1386,loc:Grand Canyon Village:AZ,AGl54|*
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZNear Pt SublimePermianKaibabvertebrates-fish(teeth)?-chondrichthyes-chimaera-MegactenopetalusAZ007736.1989,-112.2514,loc:Pt Sublime:AZ,AGL3|*
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZRed Permian Hermit Shale below Coconino SandstonePermianHermit Shaleplants,vertebrates(tracks)AZ007836.0544,-112.1386,loc:Grand Canyon Village:AZ,AGL4|*AZ0065,AZ0066,AZ0067,AZ0069,AZ0078,AZ0080
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZS side,N of Last Chance Copper Mine in sandy limestone 80 meters above Tonto SandstoneCambrian Middleinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingulella,WestoniaAZ0087invertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingulella originally Linguella36.0996,-112.1112,,AGL4|*
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZTonto PlatformCambrianinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobitaAZ007936.0996,-112.1112,,AGL4|*
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZabove Redwall LimestonePermianSupai Limestonevertebrates(tracks)AZ008036.0544,-112.1386,loc:Grand Canyon Village:AZ,AGL4|*AZ0069,AZ0078,AZ0080
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZabundant Tracks of small Lower Permian ReptiliaPermianSupai Limestonevertebrates-reptilia(tracks)(abundant)AZ006936.0544,-112.1386,loc:Grand Canyon Village:AZ,AGL4|*AZ0069,AZ0078,AZ0080
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZalong Chuar Creek Valley, Sapphire Canyon, Yak TrailDevonianTemple Buttevertebrates-fish-arthrodira(fragments),placodermi-antiarcha-Bothriolepis;;sarcopterygii-porolepiformes-HoloptychiusAZ008136.1644,-111.8257,loc:Temple Butte,AGL4|*AZ0071,AZ0073,AZ0081
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZfossiliferous buff and gray Limestone above Coconino Sandstoneinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusks;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AZ008236.0544,-112.1386,loc:Grand Canyon Village:AZ,AGL4|*
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZon S rim in campground areaPermianKaibabvertebrates-fishAZ008336.0544,-112.1386,loc:Grand Canyon Village:AZ,AGL4|*AZ0068,AZ0083
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZon a bluff in the heart of the Canyon|carbonized Chuaria (a large discoid bacteria(?))PrecambrianChuar Groupincertidae-Chuaria(carbonized);protistsAZ008436.0996,-112.1112,,AGL4|*
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZraindrop impressionsPermianHermit Shaleinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta(wings);;plants(35 species),vertebrates-amphibia(tracks),reptilia(tracks);worms(tracks)AZ006536.0544,-112.1386,loc:Grand Canyon Village:AZ,AGL4|*AZ0065,AZ0066,AZ0067,AZ0069,AZ0078,AZ0080
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZwell preserved fossilsMississippianRedwall Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks;plantsAZ006436.0544,-112.1386,loc:Grand Canyon Village:AZ,AGL4|*AZ0064,AZ0070
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZPermianHermit ShaleplantsAZ006636.0544,-112.1386,loc:Grand Canyon Village:AZ,AGL4|*AZ0065,AZ0066,AZ0067,AZ0069,AZ0078,AZ0080
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZPermianHermit Shaleplants-pteridophyta-PecopterisAZ006736.0544,-112.1386,loc:Grand Canyon Village:AZ,AGL4|*AZ0065,AZ0066,AZ0067,AZ0069,AZ0078,AZ0080
Grand CanyonCoconinoAZPermianKaibabinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-KaibabellaAZ006836.0544,-112.1386,loc:Grand Canyon Village:AZ,AGL4|*AZ0068,AZ0083
Grand Canyon-Colorado plateauCoconinoAZPermianToroweap|Kaibabinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals-rugosa(horn_corals);;echinoderms-crinoids;porifera(sponges);vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AZ008536.0535,-112.1265,location:Grand Canyon Village.AZ,AGk54|*
Grand Canyon/Mogollon rimCoconinoAZ150-250 metersMississippianRedwall Limestoneinvertebrates(abundant)-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-blastoidea,crinoids;mollusks;protists-foramsAZ008635.2097,-111.6541,location:Flagstaff.AZ,AGG4|*
Gray MountainCoconinoAZ56 km E (N?) of Flagstaff at Rimmy Jim Tank in nw1/4s17t17nr9s in Limestone. Rimmy Jim tank is about 4km S of the town of Gray Mountain accessible from a side road off of US89 (PLSS of the tank is S18T27NR9E)PermianKaibabinvertebrates,vertebrates-fish(ganoid)(teeth)AZ005935.7161,-111.4726,nw1/4s17t27nr9e?,AGL3?|*
Hermit GorgeCoconinoAZPennsylvanianSupai Limestoneichnofossils-tracks(trackways)-reptilipedia-TridentichnusAZ008836.0652,-112.2219,,AGL3|*
Hermit TrailCoconinoAZAt head of Hermit Gorge 400m S of sign-post at top of trailPermianHermit Shaleichnofossils-tracks-amphibiaipedia-Hylopus,ParabaropusAZ009036.0681,-112.2131,,AGL3|*
Hermit TrailCoconinoAZPermianCoconinoichnofossils-tracks-synapsidipedia-Laoporus(trackway)AZ008936.0681,-112.2131,,AGL3|*
Hualpai ReservationCoconinoAZin Peach Springs Wash S8T26NR10W (35.6538N,-113.3695W NE of Metuck Springs)MississippianRedwallinvertebrates-brachiopoda-spiriferida-Spirifer;;bryozoa-fenestellida;cnidaria-corals-tabulata-Syringopora;;;echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;;mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-TribolocerasAZ009135.6538,-113.3695,S8T26NR10W,AGl73|*
Indian Gardens Grand CanyonCoconinoAZseveral hundred meters E along Tonto Trailinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;mollusks-gastropodaAZ009236.0806,-112.1257,,AGL3|*AZ0072,AZ0092
Jacob LakeCoconinoAZPermianKaibab Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Myalina;gastropoda-BellerophonAZ009336.7072,-112.2303,,AGL3|*
JeromeCoconinoAZin quarry in s16t16nr23 (This PLSS location appears to be wrong. s16t16NR2E is 3 or 4 km NW of Jerome on Forest Service Road 318) For lack of a better idea Lat Long is set in the huge open pit mine(?) NW of Jeromeinvertebrates-echinoderms-blastoidea-Cryptoblastus,Globoblastus,Lophoblastus,Orophocrinus;crinoids(61species)-Acrocrinus,Macrocrinus,Platycrinites,Pleurocrinus;;mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Muensteroceras;nautilidae-Triboloceras;orthocerida-PoteriocerasAZ009434.7540,-112.1253,,AGN3?|*
Kanab CanyonCoconinoAZIn thin bedded limestones near mouth near water's edgeinvertebrates-brachiopoda-LingulellaAZ0095invertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingulella originally Linguella36.3917,-112.6278,,AGL3|*
Lake MaryCoconinoAZS 8 km at Lake Mary on NW side of lakePermianKaibabinvertebrates,vertebrates-fish(ganoid)(teeth)(spines)AZ006135.1071,-111.5859,,AGL3|*AZ0061,AZ0096,AZ0097
Lake MaryCoconinoAZat N endinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-corals;mollusks-bivalvia-NuculopsisAZ009635.1071,-111.5859,,AGL3|*AZ0061,AZ0096,AZ0097
Lake MaryCoconinoAZescarpment at N end of lakeinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Dictyoclostus,Marginifera;bryozoa,mollusks-bivalvia(large)-Allorisma,Nucula,Nuculopsis,pectinidae-Pecten;;gastropoda-Bellerophon;scaphopoda-Plagioglypta[?]AZ0097Original is 'Plagioglypts' which probably a typo. 'Plagioglypta' is my best guess. But it's a scaphopod,not a pelecypod. 'Plagioglyptus',also a scaphopod,is another possibility. No citations for 'doctyoclstus' was 'Dotyoclstus';Allorisma originally Allerisma35.1071,-111.5859,,AGL3|*AZ0061,AZ0096,AZ0097
Lava CanyonCoconinoAZnear head of CanyonCambrianTonto Sandstoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda-WestoniaAZ009836.1397,-111.8169,,AGL3|*
Meteor Crater QuarryCoconinoAZTriassicMoenkopivertebrates(bones)-amphibia-temnospondyli-ParotosuchusAZ009935.0360,-111.0258,,AGL4|*
Nankoweap ValleyCoconinoAZ300 meters above base of Tonto Group in SandstoneCambrian Middleinvertebrates-brachiopoda-WestoniaAZ010036.309,-111.865,,AGL4|*
Navajo PtCoconinoAZ27 km SE at Red ButteTriassicMoenkopiinvertebrates(marine)(tracks)AZ017835.8202,-112.0902,,AGL2|*
Navajo PtCoconinoAZE at Cedar MountainTriassicMoenkopiinvertebrates(marine)(tracks)AZ017937.0067,-111.696,,AGL3|*
Navajo PtCoconinoAZE at Grand Canyon VillageTriassicMoenkopiinvertebrates(marine)(tracks)AZ018036.0544,-112.1386,loc:Grand Canyon Village:AZ,AGMl73|*
Padre CanyonCoconinoAZE of Flagstaff along the highway in Padre CanyonPermianKaibabinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Aviculopecten;gastropoda-BellerophonAZ010135.1603,-111.2860,,AGL3|*AZ0060,AZ0101
Rock CrossingCoconinoAZTriassicChinlevertebrates-reptilia(scutes)AZ010234.5531,-111.2067,,AGL3|*
SedonaCoconinoAZS on AZ179 1.75 km E one km in scattered boulders|very good fish fossilsPermianKaibabvertebrates-fishAZ010334.8478,-111.7552,,AGL3|*AZ0103,AZ0104
SedonaCoconinoAZin isolated porous reddish boulders of Limestone. 1 km E of AZ179 2 km S|very good fish fossilsPermianKaibabinvertebrates,vertebrates-fishAZ010434.8478,-111.7552,,AGL3|*AZ0103,AZ0104
ShinarumpCoconinoAZTriassicChinlevertebrates-reptilia(bones)-sauropsida-Hesperosuchus?AZ010536.9904,-112.4973,,AGL3|*
Sycamore PassCoconinoAZPermianCoconinoichnofossils-tracks-synapsidipedia-Laoporus(trackway)AZ010634.9275,-111.9947,,AGL3|*
TusayanCoconinoAZin road cuts on Grand Canyon Road (some outside park)Pennsylvanianinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,bryozoa,echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusks-gastropodaAZ010735.9737,-112.1263,,AGL3|*
TusayanCoconinoAZin road cuts on road to Grand CanyonPermianKaibabinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusks-gastropodaAZ010835.9737,-112.1263,,AGL3|*
Walnut CanyonCoconinoAZ13 km SE of Flagstaff in Walnut Canyon in Permian Kaibab limestone in three horizons in cuts and gulliesPermianKaibabinvertebrates(?)(abundant)AZ005735.1013,-111.5617,,AGL3?|*AZ0057,AZ0109
Walnut CanyonCoconinoAZ13 km SE of Flagstaff in roadcuts and natural exposuresinvertebrates(?)(abundant)AZ010935.1013,-111.5617,,AGL3?|*AZ0057,AZ0109
Walnut CanyonCoconinoAZ6 km Ninvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita(pygidia);bryozoa,mollusks-bivalvia-Nuculopsis,pectinidae-Pecten;;cephalopoda,gastropoda,scaphopoda-Plagioglypta[?]AZ0110Original is 'Plagioglypts' which probably a typo. 'Plagioglypta' is my best guess. But it's a scaphopod,not a pelecypod. 'Plagioglyptus',also a scaphopod,is another possibility35.2083,-111.5178,,AGL3?|*
Walnut CanyonCoconinoAZarea exposures 1/2 km E of Walnut Canyon AZinvertebrates(abundant)-brachiopoda-Dictyoclostus,Marginifera;mollusks-bivalvia,gastropoda-Bellerophon;scaphopoda-DentaliumAZ011135.1710,-111.4972,,AGL3|*
Walnut Ranger CabinCoconinoAZ6 km S of old Ranger Cabin at Walnut Bend in Walnut Canyon. This would be within the modern Walnut Canyon, NM?invertebrates-brachiopoda-Dictyoclostus;mollusks-bivalvia,scaphopoda?-Plagioglypta[?]AZ0112Plagioglypta originally entered as PlagioglyptsChronic, H., 1952. Molluscan fauna from the Permian Kaibab Formation, Walnut Canyon, Arizona. Geological Society of America Bulletin, 63:95-166.35.1511,-111.5596,,AGL3?|*AZ0112,AZ0113
Walnut Ranger CabinCoconinoAZbelow old Ranger Cabininvertebrates-brachiopoda-Chonetes,Dictyoclostus;mollusks-bivalvia-Aviculopecten,pectinidae-Pecten;;scaphopoda-Dentalium;;porifera(sponges)AZ011335.1511,-111.5596,,AGL3?|*AZ0112,AZ0113
Whitehorse HillsCoconinoAZs12t23nr6e 35.3904N,-111.7105WMississippianRedwallinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-crinoidsAZ011435.3904,-111.7105,s12t23nr6e,AGL3|*
WinonaCoconinoAZFossil fresh water shells in area breaksinvertebrates-mollusks(freshwater)AZ011535.2050,-111.4075,,AGL3|*
-Coconino|NavajoAZIn outcrops of the Glen Canyon Group|{7}JurassicGlen Canyon Groupvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-theropoda-Dilophosaurus(tracks)AZ011936.1146,-111.2379,loc:Tuba City:AZ,AGG5|*
-Coconino|NavajoAZKayenta-Wingate group sandstonesJurassicKayenta|Wingatevertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(tracks)AZ011836.1146,-111.2379,loc:Tuba City:AZ,AGG5|*
-Coconino|NavajoAZCretaceousMesaverde Groupinvertebrates-mollusks;plants(wood)(leaves)(coal)AZ011736.1146,-111.2379,loc:Tuba City:AZ,AGG5|*
East Verde RiverGilaAZs6t11n410e,7t11nr10e along AZ 87 (34.3189 111.3696 at southern extension of Cedar Mesa on Sycamore Creek NW of Verde River)Carboniferousinvertebrates(abundant)-brachiopoda,bryozoa-Polypora;cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-crinoids,echinoidea(spines)AZ012034.3189,-111.3696,s6t11n410e/7t11nr10e,AGL2|*
GlobeGilaAZ2 km N of AZ177 US77 junction at S end of Dripping Springs Mountain then 27.7 km N in roadcutsPaleozoicinvertebrates(abundant)AZ013633.2169,-110.7955,,AGL4|*AZ0136,AZ0137
GlobeGilaAZ2 km N of AZ177 US77 junction at S end of Dripping Springs Mountain then 28 km NDevonian-MississippianMartin,EscabrosainvertebratesAZ013733.2169,-110.7955,,AGL4|*AZ0136,AZ0137
GlobeGilaAZ5 km NW on S side of Pinal CreekDevonianinvertebrates,vertebrates-fish(teeth)AZ012233.4310,-110.8114,,AGL3|*AZ0122,AZ0123
GlobeGilaAZat S side of Pinal Creek 5 km NWDevonianMartininvertebrates,vertebrates-fish(teeth)AZ012333.4310,-110.8114,,AGL3|*AZ0122,AZ0123
Kohls RanchGilaAZ24 km ENE of Payson in an abandoned road cut 1.7km W of AZ260 bridge over Tonto Creek inPennsylvanian MiddleNacoinvertebrates-cnidaria-conularia;echinoderms-crinoids;mollusks-gastropodaAZ012434.3277,-111.1028,,AGL3|*AZ0124,AZ0126
PaysonGilaAZ16 km E in roadcuts and in washPennsylvanianNacoinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Composita,productida-ProductusAZ012534.2776,-111.1720,,AHl73|*
PaysonGilaAZ27 km N,1.5 km W of AZ260 bridge over Tonto Creek at Kohl's Ranch in ridge near abandoned road cutPennsylvanianNacoinvertebrates-cnidaria-conularia;echinoderms-crinoids;mollusks-gastropodaAZ012634.3277,-111.1028,,AGL3|*AZ0124,AZ0126
PaysonGilaAZ30 km N on Heber-Young Rd in floor of Tonto Creek as well as area roadcuts,(others)invertebrates(good),vertebrates-fish-arthrodira(plates)AZ012734.1343,-110.9233,,AGL3?|*AZ0127,AZ0128
PaysonGilaAZ35.4 km N in floor of Tonto Creek on the Heber-Young RdDevonianinvertebrates,vertebrates-fish-arthrodira(plates)AZ012834.1567,-110.9125,,AGL3|*AZ0127,AZ0128
PaysonGilaAZAZ87 2 km N of East Verde bridge between Payson and PineDevonianinvertebrates,vertebrates-fish-arthrodira(plates)AZ012934.2691,-111.3221,,AGL3|*AZ0129,AZ0131
PaysonGilaAZarea exposuresPaleozoicinvertebrates(good)AZ013034.2576,-111.3225,,AGL3|*
PaysonGilaAZin roadcut 2 km N of East Verde River Bridge on AZ87 between Payson and PineDevonianinvertebrates(abundant),vertebrates-fish-arthrodira(plates)AZ013134.2691,-111.3221,,AGL3|*AZ0129,AZ0131
WinkelmanGilaAZAlong AZ77 in shale in direction toward GlobePennsylvanianNacoinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,echinoderms-crinoidsAZ013232.9880,-110.7700,,AGL3|*AZ0121,AZ0132,AZ0133,AZ0134
WinkelmanGilaAZIn road cuts on AZ77 in Limestone and shale -- Park in turnouts,not on roadPennsylvanian-PermianNacoinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,echinoderms-crinoids(columnals)AZ013332.9880,-110.7700,,AGL3|*AZ0121,AZ0132,AZ0133,AZ0134
WinkelmanGilaAZin road cuts on AZ77Permian Lowerinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,echinoderms-crinoids(columnals)AZ013432.9880,-110.7700,,AGL3|*AZ0121,AZ0132,AZ0133,AZ0134
WinkelmanGilaAZPaleozoic Upperinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,echinoderms-crinoids(columnals)AZ013532.9880,-110.7700,,AGL3|*
WinklemanGilaAZ2 km N of AZ177 US77 junction at S end of Dripping Springs MountainPennsylvanianNacoinvertebrates(?)(abundant)AZ012133.0072,-110.7595,,AGL3|*AZ0121,AZ0132,AZ0133,AZ0134
Ash CreekGrahamAZIn Cambrian Upper siliceous limestonesCambrian Upperinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Dicellomus,LingulellaAZ0229invertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingulella originally Linguella32.8058,-109.8628,,AGL4|*
Milk RanchGrahamAZIn siliceous Limestone 5 meters above Coronado quartzite on first spur N of main roadCambrian Middle?Coronado quartziteinvertebrates-brachiopoda-LingulellaAZ0140invertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingulella originally Linguella33.3671,-111.2661,,AGM3?|*
MorenciGrahamAZ2 km ENE in Chase Creek CanyonCambrianinvertebrates-brachiopoda-LingulellaAZ0141invertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingulella originally Linguella33.0675,-109.3030,,AGL3|*
MorenciGrahamAZ3 km ENE on W side of Chase Creek Canyon in shale 15 meters above Coronado quartziteCambrian Middleinvertebrates-brachiopoda-LingulellaAZ0142invertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingulella originally Linguella33.0828,-109.3064,,AGL3|*
SaffordGrahamAZ23 km E in T8-9SR28-29E in Pleistocene floodplainsPleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Lymnaea,Pupilla;;;vertebrates-mammals-lagomorpha-leporidae(rabbits);rodentia-CapybaraAZ0143CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission32.73,-109.48,T8-9SR28-29E,AGL3|*
SaffordGrahamAZ25 km E in t8,9sr28 in area exposuresPleistocenevertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae(horses);proboscidea-Mastodon;rodentia-CapybaraAZ0144CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission32.73,-109.48,t8sr28E,AGL3|*
SaffordGrahamAZ27 km SEPliocene Uppervertebrates-mammals-cingulata-glyptodontidae-Glyptodon;;lagomorpha-Lepus;perissodactyla-equidae(horses);pilosa(sloths),proboscidea-Mastodon;rodentia-Dipodomys,geomyidae-Geomys;Neotoma,SigmodonAZ0145CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission32.6706,-109.4856,,AGL3?|*
SaffordGrahamAZAt 111 Ranch QuarryPliocenevertebrates(diverse)AZ0146CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission32.8250,-109.7583,,AGL4|*
CliftonGreenleeAZ18.4 km S at Clifton Country Club [Greenlee Country Club?]MioceneGilavertebrates-reptilia-squamataAZ0147Gila Conglomerate is Pliocene-Pleistocene (Blancan stage?). CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission32.9073,-109.1931,,AGL3|*
Salt RiverMaricopaAZin road cut on US60 s20t5nr18e (Plss loc is in Gila County N of Beckers Butte on N shore of Salt River 33.8135N,-110.4595W)MississippianRedwallinvertebrates-brachiopoda-spiriferida-Spirifer;;echinoderms-blastoidea-Orophocrinus;crinoidsAZ014833.8144,-110.4635,s20t5nr18e,AGL2|*
Bass RanchMohaveAZPermianKaibabinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-AcanthopectenAZ0258Site might be in Apache County or in Hidalgo County,NM but more likely is in the Grand Canyon areahttp://books.google.com/books?id=svVskArvqRAC&pg=PA116&lpg=PA116&dq=abbott+pennsylvanian+fossils&source=web&ots=lOtHaJf56y&sig=NJ5TQEVUMG0nHqmfhmFd1_ZhOUg#PPA113,M136.0047,-113.6865,,AGL4?|*
Diamond CreekMohaveAZIn red shaleCambrianichnofossils-tracks-arthropodipedida-CruzianaAZ0263http://www.t-rat.com/Pages/WhereToFindFossils.html35.7583,-113.3587,,AGL3|*
Iceberg CanyonMohaveAZMojave County,AZ,in T32r16w.PLSS Loc is pretty vague. Lat Long is arbitrary point in Iceberg Canyoninvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(abundant)-rugosa-Zaphrentites;(others)AZ0150There may actually be two coral genera Zaphrentis and Zaphrentites. More likely,the former is a misspelling36.1645,-114.0724,T32r16w,AGL3|*
Lamberts WashMohaveAZ16km(?) NE of Wikieup. Otherwise can't identifyMiocene-Upper (Hemphill)Big Sandyvertebrates-mammals-carnivora-Bassariscus(ringtail)AZ0151CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionMagnetic polarity stratigraphy of the Mio-Pliocene mammal-bearing Big Sandy Formation of western Arizona Macfadden,Johnson,Opdyke34.8144,-113.4716,,AGL4|*
MeadviewMohaveAZin Grand Wash cliffsCambrian LowerBright Angel Shaleinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-olenellidae-OlenellusAZ0152Original says Meadville. No such town36.0022,-114.0675,,AGL3?|*
MeadviewMohaveAZin Grand Wash cliffsCambrian MiddleBright Angel Shaleinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-AlbertellaAZ0153Original says Meadville. No such town36.0022,-114.0675,,AGL3?|*
Peach SpringsMohaveAZGrand Canyon CavernsCambrianinvertebrates-hyolitha-HyolithesAZ0262http://www.t-rat.com/Pages/WhereToFindFossils.html35.5260,-113.2305,,AGL2|*
Peach SpringsMohaveAZGrand Canyon CavernsPleistocenevertebrates-mammals-pilosa(sloths)-GlossotheriumAZ0261http://www.t-rat.com/Pages/WhereToFindFossils.html35.5260,-113.2305,,AGL1|*
WikieupMohaveAZ16km NMiocene-Upper (Hemphill)Big Sandyvertebrates-mammals-carnivora-Bassariscus(ringtail)AZ0154CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.8200,-113.6275,,AGL3|*
WikieupMohaveAZAt Grey's Ranch Quarry 11km SE (not same locality as Bird Bone Quarry.) Vertebrates-similar to Bird Bone and Clay Bank QuarriesMiocene-Upper (Hemphill)Big SandyvertebratesAZ0155CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.6338,-113.5430,,AGL3|*AZ0155,AZ0156,AZ0157
WikieupMohaveAZAt bird bone quarry 11km SEMiocene-Upper (Hemphill)Big Sandyvertebrates-aves(birds)-Anabernicula,Anas,Anser,Aquila,Branta,Ciconia,Cygnus,Grus,Himantopus,Neophrontops,Rallus,Recurvirostra,(others);mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Alforjas,Hemiauchenia,Megatylopus,Prochenia;Sphenophalos;carnivora-Agriotherium,Plesiogulo,Pliotaxidea,PseudaelurusAZ0156CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission. Pliotaxidea originally Prototaxideaom044.pdf34.6338,-113.5430,SW1/4NE1/4S20T15NR12W,AGL3|*AZ0155,AZ0156,AZ0157
WikieupMohaveAZAt clay bank quarry 11km SE (about 100m from Bird Bone Quarry at a different startiagraphic level)Miocene-Upper (Hemphill)Big Sandyvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Alforjas,Hemiauchenia,Megatylopus,Procamelus,Prochenia;Sphenophalos;carnivora-Agriotherium,Bassariscus,Plesiogulo,Pliotaxidea,Pseudaelurus;perissodactyla-equidae-Dinohippus;;(others)AZ0157CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission. Pliotaxidea originally Prototaxideaom044.pdf34.6338,-113.5430,SW1/4NE1/4S20T15NR12W,AGL3|*AZ0155,AZ0156,AZ0157
-NavajoAZarea outcropsTriassicMoenkopivertebrates-amphibia(tracks),fishAZ0191CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.9152,-110.1764,location:Holbrook.AZ,AGL5|*
Black MesaNavajoAZIn black-Brown Mancos shales along Mesa frontCretaceousMancosinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingula;mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Prionotropis;;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AZ015836.6794,-110.2753,loc:Kayenta:AZ,AGL4|*
CarrizoNavajoAZ6 km N in red beds to EPermianSupai Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusksAZ015934.0549,-110.2852,,AGL3?|*
ChilchinbitoNavajoAZCretaceousDakota sandstoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-InoceramusAZ016036.5272,-110.0817,,AGL3|*
Danforth HillsNavajoAZnear White River Agency|castsCretaceousMesaverdeinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-VolsellaAZ0162Possible confusion: References to the Danforth Hills lead to a range in NW Colorado33.8385,-109.9786,loc:whiteriver:AZ,AGL5?|*
Fort ApacheNavajoAZin limestonePennsylvanianvertebrates-fish(tooth)AZ0149Original citation for Camp Apache, Maracopa, Cy33.7923,-109.9955,,AGL4|*
HolbrookNavajoAZ20.6 km N of US77 junction with US60/70 N of US77. See AZ0167TriassicMoenkopi|Coconinovertebrates(tracks)AZ016634.4273,-110.0899,,AGL3?|*AZ0166,AZ0167
HolbrookNavajoAZGreer-Milky Ranch (petrified wood)Triassicplants(petrified wood)AZ0168Milky Ranch is a large ranch SE of Holbrook near St Johns,AZ. Once a for fee collecting area. Now said to be closed34.9406,-110.1278,,AGL4|*
HolbrookNavajoAZregional exposures to Adamana and N to Utah(petrified) logs in Chinle and Shinarump formations. 6 species but Araucaria predominate. A few ferns and invertebratesTriassicShinarumpinvertebrates,plants(6 species)-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Araucaria(petrified wood);;pteridophyta-(ferns)(uncommon)AZ0169The Shinarump formation is a conglomerate at the base of the Chinle formation34.9406,-110.1278,,AGL4|*
Hopi ButtesNavajoAZ14.9 km N of Holbrook at Hopi Buttes--Pliocene vertebrates in gulch in Mesozoic (K-J) rocksPliocenevertebratesAZ0165CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.0581,-110.1817,,AGl74|*
KayentaNavajoAZ4.8km NE of Kayenta at Comb RidgeJurassic LowerKayentavertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AZ016136.7570,-110.1414,,AGL3|*AZ0161,AZ0170,AZ0171
KayentaNavajoAZ4.8km NE on Comb Ridge in Monument ValleyJurassicKayentavertebrates-synapsida-therapsida-KayentatheriumAZ017036.7570,-110.1414,,AGL3|*AZ0161,AZ0170,AZ0171
KayentaNavajoAZN to N of Comb RidgeTriassicChinleplants(petrified wood)(abundant)AZ017136.7570,-110.1414,,AGL3|*AZ0161,AZ0170,AZ0171
KayentaNavajoAZOn top of Black Mesa 30 km SEinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAZ017236.4942,-110.0899,,AGL3|*
KayentaNavajoAZS in Three Mile Washplants(coal)AZ0173Very likely, this site is near 37.19,-113.69 several hundred km West near Ivins,UT36.7278,-110.2539,,AGL4?|*
Mogollon RimNavajoAZ2 km S in yellow sandstoneCretaceousinvertebrates(?)(abundant)AZ017434.199309,-110.085754,,AGL4|*
Mogollon RimNavajoAZon US77 3.3 km S in roadcutsinvertebrates(marine)(abundant)AZ017534.1965,-110.0885,,AGL3|*
Navaho ReservationNavajoAZAt White Cone 35 km N of Bita Hochen Trading PostPlioceneBidahochivertebrates(diverse)AZ0176There is a village called White Cone at 35.605dN,-110.068dW in Navajo County. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.5770,-110.0490,,AGL3|*AZ0176,AZ0190
Navajo AgencyNavajoAZIn western part in Spring in sandstonePleistocenevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Bison,camelidae;proboscidea(elephants)(mammoths)AZ0177CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.6645,-109.0530,location:Window Rock.AZ,AGL5|*
Painted Desert InnNavajoAZ3.2km NTriassicChinle Uppervertebrates-fish-sarcopterygii-dipnoi(teeth)AZ018135.1149,-109.7895,,AGL3?|*
President Wilson SpringsNavajoAZPlioceneBidahochivertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-antilocapridae-Texoceros;;carnivora-canidae-AelurodonAZ0182CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.7748,-110.1371,loc:Jeddito.AZ,AGL4?|*
Salina Springs-Steamboat CanyonNavajoAZIn Mancos-Dakota age Tunuck FormationCretaceous UpperTunuckinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Lymnaea,PlanorbisAZ018336.0275,-109.8732,,AGL4|*
Salt River CanyonNavajoAZ10 km N of Hieroglyphic Point on US77 in siliceous shalesDevonianplantsAZ011633.8778,-110.3968,,AGL3|*
TaylorNavajoAZ(Originally Holbrook) 20.6 km N of US77 junction with US60/70 in round hills to E of US77 (junction of US60 and US77 in Show Low,AZ assumed)Plioceneplants,vertebratesAZ0167CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission. US60/70/77 junction is in Globe. 20km N would be in the Tonto Basin in Gila county near 33.5485,-110.691734.4273,-110.0899,,AGL3?|*AZ0166,AZ0167
TohachiNavajoAZ17 km inland(?) in shaley Fruitland Limestone with large black brown concretionsCretaceousFruitlandinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Modiola,Ostrea(abundant)AZ018435.7053,-111.3033,,AGL4?|*
TohachiNavajoAZ9 km S about 70 meters above Cretaceous plant beds in cliffinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Sphaerium;gastropoda-Planorbis,ViviparusAZ018535.6327,-111.3135,,AGL3?|*
TohachiNavajoAZin area exposuresvertebrates-reptilia-turtles-BaenaAZ018635.7053,-111.3033,,AGL4?|*
Tuba CityNavajoAZS in Mesozoic sequence dinosaurs-tracks (Coelophysis),crocodilians. 8 km W of Tuba City along Hwy 160. No collecting {7}TriassicChinle|Wingate|Kayentavertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia,dinosauria(tracks)AZ018736.1333,-111.2231,,AGL3|*
Tuba CityNavajoAZat Round Top ButteCretaceousDakotainvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra,Gryphaea,Ostrea;;;plants,vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-IchthyodectesAZ0188If this is the right Round Top Butte, it looks to be closer to Winslow than Tuba City35.4347,-110.4912,,AGL4?|*
Tuba CityNavajoAZin a spring,in a sandstone crevicePleistocenevertebratesAZ0189CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.1333,-111.2231,,AGL3?|*
White Cone ButteNavajoAZPleistocenevertebratesAZ0190CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.5770,-110.0490,,AGL4|*AZ0176,AZ0190
Bingham Cliff QuarryPimaAZVery likely the Redington site at Bingham RanchMiocene (Hemphill)Quiburisvertebrates-mammals-carnivora-AgriotheriumAZ0192CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission32.428,-110.493,location:Redington.AZ,AGL4|*
Bingham Cliff QuarryPimaAZVery likely the Redington site at Bingham RanchMiocene (Hemphill)Quiburisvertebrates-mammals-carnivora-AgriotheriumAZ0193CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission32.428,-110.493,location:Redington.AZ,AGL4?|*
Colossal CavePimaAZS of the County ParkPaleozoicvertebrates-fish(teeth),(others)AZ019432.0650,-110.6303,,AGL3|*AZ0194,AZ0195
Colossal CavePimaAZto S of park in Paleozoic bedsvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);(others)AZ019532.0650,-110.6303,,AGL3|*AZ0194,AZ0195
Empire MountainPimaAZ64 km SE of Tucson. {7}Cretaceousvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AZ019631.8836,-110.6411,,AGL3|*AZ0196,AZ0197
Empire MountainsPimaAZ65 km SE of Tucson in area shale depositsvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AZ019731.8836,-110.6411,,AGL3|*AZ0196,AZ0197
Empire MountainsPimaAZ65 km SE of Tucson, S26T18Sr16e in mudstones and limestones 31.8392N,-110.6808W about 1km NE of Questa Springinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;;brachiopoda,mollusks-bivalviaAZ019831.8392,-110.6808,S26T18Sr16e,AGL3|*
Empire MountainsPimaAZS in s26t18sr16e in shale 31.8392N,-110.6808W about 1km NE of Questa Springinvertebrates,vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)AZ019931.8392,-110.6808,s26t18sr16e,AGL3|*
Helmet PeakPimaAZOff Twin Buttes Rd S of San Xavier Mission in LimestonePermianConchainvertebrates,vertebrates-fish(ganoid)(teeth)AZ020031.9667,-111.0808,,AGL3|*AZ0200,AZ0201,AZ0210,AZ0211
Helmet PeakPimaAZS of San Xavier MissionPermianConchavertebrates-fish(teeth)AZ020131.9667,-111.0808,,AGL3|*AZ0200,AZ0201,AZ0210,AZ0211
Old Cabin QuarryPimaAZMiocene (Hemphill)Quiburisvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Alforjas,Hemiauchenia,Megacamelus,Megatylopus,Prochenia;;carnivora-Agriotherium,canidae-Borophagus(Osteoborus),Eucyon;Pseudaelurus,saber_tooth_cats-Machairodus;,;chiroptera-Antrozous;lagomorpha-Archaeolagus;rodentia-Paronychomys,Prodipodomys,RonquillomysAZ0202CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission|A taxon Parvilagus was listed, but no other citations seem to exist and the source document is no longer accessible 100123http://www.thewildlifemuseum.org/docs/12AZNeogene.pdf32.428,-110.493,location:Redington.AZ,AGL4|*
OraclePimaAZ14 km S on Oracle-Mt Lemmon Rd in Peppersauce CanyonPennsylvanianinvertebrates-mollusksAZ020532.5409,-110.7095,,AGL3?|*AZ0203,AZ0204,AZ0205,AZ0206,AZ0207,AZ0233,AZ0235,AZ0236
Peppersauce CanyonPimaAZ14.5 km S of Oracle on Mt Lemon-Oracle RdPaleozoicvariousinvertebrates-mollusksAZ020732.5409,-110.7095,,AGL3?|*AZ0203,AZ0204,AZ0205,AZ0206,AZ0207,AZ0233,AZ0235,AZ0236
Picacho de Calera HillsPimaAZ29 km NW of Tucson in quarry of Arizona Portland Cement Company and in regional exposures. Satellite photos raise the possibility that the material has been quarried outinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Asaphiscus;;brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Goniatites;;;porifera-stromatoporoidea;;plants-algae-fucoids;;protists-forams-fusulinida;;vertebrates-fish(teeth)AZ020832.3546,-111.1943,,AGL2|*AZ0208,AZ0226,AZ0227
Redington QuarryPimaAZMiocene (Hemphill)Quiburisvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Alforjas,Hemiauchenia,Megacamelus,Prochenia;;carnivora-Agriotherium,canidae-Eucyon;Pseudaelurus;proboscidea-RhynchotheriumAZ0209CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission. Very likely is closer to other Quiburis formation sites near 32.428,-110.493 than to 32.6140,-110.628132.6140,-110.6281,32.428:-110.493?,AGL3|*
SahuritaPimaAZS of Tucson on Beelzebub Butte toward Helmet peakPermianConchainvertebrates-mollusksAZ0210http://www.t-rat.com/Pages/WhereToFindFossils.html31.9574,-111.0749,,AGL4?|*AZ0200,AZ0201,AZ0210,AZ0211
SahuritaPimaAZon Beelzebub ButtePermianConchainvertebrates(?)(abundant)AZ0211http://www.t-rat.com/Pages/WhereToFindFossils.html31.9574,-111.0749,,AGL4?|*AZ0200,AZ0201,AZ0210,AZ0211
San Pedro Valley QuarryPimaAZMiocene (Hemphill)Quiburisvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Hemiauchenia,Megatylopus,ProcheniaAZ0212CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission32.428,-110.493,location:Redington.AZ,AGL4|*
Santa Rita MountainsPimaAZS of TucsonCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Unio;gastropoda-Physa,Viviparus;;;vertebrates-fish(remains),reptilia-dinosauria-theropoda-Gorgosaurus(teeth);;turtlesAZ021331.8258,-110.7742,,AGL4|*AZ0213,AZ0214,AZ0215
Santa Rita MountainsPimaAZin Adobe CanyonCretaceous UpperFort Crittendenvertebrates-fish,reptilia-dinosauria(fragments),turtlesAZ021431.8258,-110.7742,,AGL4|*AZ0213,AZ0214,AZ0215
Santa Rita MountainsPimaAZin se1/4s21t20sr15 in black shales sandstone,conglomerate (R15E 31.6771 110.8293 in Santa Cruz County. not Pima. Near head of Walker Canyon-North Fork)Cretaceous UpperFort Crittenden?AZ021531.6771,-110.8293,se1/4s21t20sr15,AGL3|*AZ0213,AZ0214,AZ0215
SellsPimaAZStegosaurus on Papago Indian ReservationCretaceousvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-ornithischia-ankylosauria-StegosaurusAZ021631.9119,-111.8806,,AGL4|*
Side Cliff QuarryPimaAZMiocene (Hemphill)Quiburisvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Hemiauchenia,MegatylopusAZ0217CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission32.428,-110.493,location:Redington.AZ,AGL5|*
Silver BellPimaAZ9 km S in Waterman Mountains - In Central part of rangePermianColina Limestoneinvertebrates(abundant)-brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-corals(tabulata);echinoderms-crinoids(columnals);mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda,gastropoda-Bellerophon,euomphalidaeAZ022132.2119,-111.4185,,AGL3?|*
Silver BellPimaAZ9 km S in Waterman Mountains - In SE part of rangePermianConcha Limestoneinvertebrates(abundant)-brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-corals;mollusks-bivalvia,gastropoda;;protists-forams-fusulinidaAZ022232.1837,-111.3492,,AGL3?|*
Silver BellPimaAZ9 km S in Waterman MountainsDevonianMartininvertebrates-brachiopodaAZ021832.2119,-111.4185,,AGL3?|*
Silver BellPimaAZ9 km S in Waterman MountainsMississippianEscabrosa Limestoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals(horn corals);mollusks-gastropodaAZ021932.2119,-111.4185,,AGL3?|*
Silver BellPimaAZ9 km S in Waterman MountainsPennsylvanianHorquilla Limestoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals-tabulata-Chaetetes;;;echinoderms-crinoids(columnals);mollusks-bivalviaAZ022032.2119,-111.4185,,AGL3?|*
Snyder HillsPimaAZ18 km W of TucsonPermianinvertebrates(?)(abundant)AZ022332.1581,-111.1136,,AGL3|*
TucsonPimaAZSouth in greenish shalesCambrian MiddleAbrigo Limestoneichnofossils(diverse)AZ022531.6043,-111.0580,,AGL4?|*AZ0225,AZ0228
TucsonPimaAZW at Picacho de Calera 9.6 km W or Avra Valley exit for I10 S on Sandarino Rd. S 2 km to Twin Peaks Rd to site. in brown Sandstone on W side of E hill. Recent satellite photos make it appear that the entire Eastern hill has been quarried away (it still appears on terrain maps though)Cambrianinvertebrates-mollusksAZ0226AZ208,AZ0226,AZ0227 basically same site32.3546,-111.1943,,AGL2|*AZ0208,AZ0226,AZ0227
TucsonPimaAZW at Picacho de Calera 9.6km W or Avra Valley exit for I10 S on Sandarino Rd. S 2 km to Twin Peaks Rd to site. in brown Sandstone on W side of E hill Recent satellite photos make it appear that the entire Eastern hill has been quarried away (it still appears on terrain maps though)DevonianPicacho de Calerainvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;;vertebrates-fish(teeth)AZ0227AZ208,AZ0226,AZ0227 basically same site32.3546,-111.1943,,AGL2|*AZ0208,AZ0226,AZ0227
TucsonPimaAZto South-Diverse Lower Cambrian ichnofossils in greenish shales resembling the Tapeats FormationCambrian,LowerAbrigo Limestoneichnofossils(diverse)AZ022831.6043,-111.0580,,AGL4?|*AZ0225,AZ0228
Galiuro MountainsPinalAZIn Paleozoic limestones and dolostones on N flank of Little Table Mountain SE1/4S15T7R18E 3 km N of crest along W side of Virgus Canyon (T7S 32.8208 110.4873 2km E of Table Mountain)Mississippianinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals(abundant);echinoderms-blastoidea(uncommon),crinoids(abundant)(fragments);mollusks-gastropoda;;vertebrates(teeth)-fish-chondrichthyes-chimaera-PsephodusAZ023132.8208,-110.4873,SE1/4S15T7R18E,AGL3|*AZ0138,AZ0139,AZ0231
Galiuro MountainsPinalAZon N flank of Little Table Mountain,se1/4s15t7sr18eDevonianMartininvertebrates-mollusksAZ0138Little Table Mountain is at 32.7987N,-110.4909W in Pinal County. Original citation is for 'Gailord Mountains' (which I can't locate) in Graham County32.7987,-110.4909,loc:Little Table Mt:AZ,AGL4?|*AZ0138,AZ0139,AZ0231
Galiuro MountainsPinalAZon N flank of Little Table Mountain,se1/4s15t7sr18eMississippianEscabrosa Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusksAZ0139Little Table Mountain is at 32.7987N,-110.4909W in Pinal County. Original citation is for 'Gailord Mountains' (which I can't locate) in Graham County32.7987,-110.4909,loc:Little Table Mt:AZ,AGL4?|*AZ0138,AZ0139,AZ0231
Least QuarryPinalAZAssume this is the same site as 'Least Camel Quarry' and Least Camel Canyon'PleistoceneSt David_AZvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Hemiauchenia,Megatylopus,Prochenia;;carnivora-canidae-Borophagus(Osteoborus)AZ0232Most likely is Miocene, not Pleistocene32.428,-110.493,loc:Redington.AZ,AGL4|*
OraclePinalAZ14 km S on Oracle-Mt Lemmon Rd in Peppersauce Canyon in brown/ red sandy lensesDevonianMartinvertebrates-fishAZ020632.5409,-110.7095,,AGL3?|*AZ0203,AZ0204,AZ0205,AZ0206,AZ0207,AZ0233,AZ0235,AZ0236
OraclePinalAZ14 km S on Oracle-Mt Lemmon Rd in Peppersauce CanyonCambrianinvertebrates-mollusksAZ020332.5409,-110.7095,,AGL3?|*AZ0203,AZ0204,AZ0205,AZ0206,AZ0207,AZ0233,AZ0235,AZ0236
OraclePinalAZ14 km S on Oracle-Mt Lemmon Rd in Peppersauce CanyonMississippianinvertebrates-mollusksAZ020432.5409,-110.7095,,AGL3?|*AZ0203,AZ0204,AZ0205,AZ0206,AZ0207,AZ0233,AZ0235,AZ0236
OraclePinalAZIn Peppersauce Canyon in an Ordovician-Tertiary sequence USNM 147Ordovician-TertiaryinvertebratesAZ023332.5409,-110.7095,,AGL3|*AZ0203,AZ0204,AZ0205,AZ0206,AZ0207,AZ0233,AZ0235,AZ0236
OraclePinalAZIn Stratton Canyon in an Ordovician-Tertiary sequence(?) USNM 152Ordovician-TertiaryinvertebratesAZ023432.5008,-110.6818,,AGL3?|*AZ0224,AZ0234
OraclePinalAZnear Peppersauce Canyon Campground in lakebed depositsTertiaryinvertebratesAZ023632.5409,-110.7095,,AGL3|*AZ0203,AZ0204,AZ0205,AZ0206,AZ0207,AZ0233,AZ0235,AZ0236
OraclePinalAZnear Peppersauce Canyon CampgroundPaleozoicinvertebratesAZ023532.5409,-110.7095,,AGL3|*AZ0203,AZ0204,AZ0205,AZ0206,AZ0207,AZ0233,AZ0235,AZ0236
Stratton CanyonPinalAZinvertebrates-mollusksAZ022432.5008,-110.6818,,AGL3?|*AZ0224,AZ0234
SuperiorPinalAZE on first Ridge in bone bed breccia in sandstone and in overlying limestoneDevonianMartininvertebrates-conodonts;vertebrates-fish(teeth)-arthrodira(plates)AZ023833.2987,-111.0925,,AGL3|*AZ0238,AZ0239
SuperiorPinalAZIn bone breccia in base of Sandstone on first Ridge E of townDevonianMartininvertebrates-conodonts;vertebrates-fish-arthrodira-(plates)(teeth)AZ023933.2987,-111.0925,,AGL3|*AZ0238,AZ0239
-Santa Cruz|Pima?AZ{7}Cretaceousinvertebrates,vertebrates-fish,reptilia-dinosauria-(carniverous dinosauria),hadrosauroidea;turtlesAZ0240Same as 'Empire Mtns-AZ0196,AZ0197,AZ0198,AZ0199? near 31.8836,-110.6411?31.6019,-110.8163,,AGL4?|*
Ash ForkYavapaiAZ30.5 km S in quarry on US89Devonianvertebrates-fish-arthrodira(plates)AZ024134.9704,-112.4066,,AGL3|*
Ash ForkYavapaiAZLoc-45582PermianCoconinoichnofossils-tracks-synapsidipedia-Laoporus(trackway)AZ0260http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php35.2212,-112.4871,,AGL4|*
Black MesaYavapaiAZN of Chino Valley S9t18nr2w on mesa top (W side of Black Mesa 8km N of Paulden 34.9577N,-112.4747W)MississippianRedwallinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-crinoidsAZ024234.9577,-112.4747,S9t18nr2w,AGL3|*
BodkinYavapaiAZin narrow gauge cut 2 km NW RussellMississippianRedwallinvertebrates(marine)(abundant)AZ024334.7879,-112.2215,,AGL3?|*
Chino ValleyYavapaiAZIn dolomite at top of Black Mesa in S9T18NR2Winvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;cnidaria-corals(abundant);echinoderms-crinoidsAZ0264http://www.t-rat.com/Pages/WhereToFindFossils.html34.9609,-112.4792,S9T18NR2W,AGl81|*
Cliff ProspectYavapaiAZMiocene (Clarendon)Milk Creekvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-ProtolabisAZ024434.283,-112.549,,AGl73|*
Deep Springs QuarryYavapaiAZMiocene (Clarendon)Milk Creekvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Hemiauchenia,Michenia,ProtolabisAZ0245One of several similar sites in a region roughly 25km S of Prescott, AZ. Same very approximate lat-lon used for all34.283,-112.549,,AGl74|*
Fossil CreekYavapaiAZOn S side Fossil Springs DamMississippianRedwallinvertebrates(abundant)(diverse)AZ024634.4209,-111.5797,,AGL2?|*AZ0246,AZ0265
Fossil SpringsYavapaiAZIn fossil creek on S side of dam. The dam was removed(?) around 1990. LatLon at end of dam service(?) roadinvertebrates-bryozoa(abundant)AZ0265http://www.t-rat.com/Pages/WhereToFindFossils.html34.4209,-111.5797,,AGL2?|*AZ0246,AZ0265
JeromeYavapaiAZIn area outcrops of limestoneMississippian Lowerinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;mollusks-cephalopodaAZ024734.7489,-112.1131,,AGL3|*
JeromeYavapaiAZin quarried roadcut 15.4 km W on US89 AltDevonianvertebrates-fish-arthrodiraAZ0248large Arthrodira-plates to 40cm in length34.6823,-112.1732,,AGL3|*
JeromeYavapaiAZon US89 17 km W in large quarried roadcut both red and grey limestonesDevonianvertebrates-fish-arthrodiraAZ0249Large Arthrodira-plates to nearly 40cm34.6801,-112.1855,,AGL3|*
JeromeYavapaiAZon US89 in exposures on both sides of Mingus Mountaininvertebrates-mollusksAZ025034.7230,-112.1484,,AGL3|*
Manzanita QuarryYavapaiAZMiocene (Clarendon)Milk Creekvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Michenia,ProtolabisAZ025134.5806,-112.5171,,AGL4|*
Milk Creek QuarryYavapaiAZMiocene (Clarendon)Milk Creekvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Hemiauchenia,Michenia,Protolabis;;carnivora-canidae-AelurodonAZ025234.3059,-112.4945,,AGL4|*
Shield's Ranch QuarryYavapaiAZMiocene (Clarendon)Milk Creekvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Michenia,Protolabis;;carnivora-canidae-AelurodonAZ025334.283,-112.549,,AGL4|*
Muggins MountainsYumaAZ10 km NE of Wellton on S flank of mountainsMioceneBarstowvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Stenomylus;;rodentia(teeth)AZ0254Wellton is at 32.6728N,-114.1469W -- Really have very little idea where the actual site is32.7873,-114.1109,,AGl44|*
Great Abaco-BAIn a blue hole called Sawmill Sink|well preserved plantsHolocene(4200-1000BP)plantsBA0003http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&cpsidt=1992158426.2836,-77.1515,,AGL4|*
Great Inagua-BAPleistocene ReefPleistoceneinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsBA0002http://www.wooster.edu/Geology/Paleo.html21.1255,-73.3447,,AGL4|*
Joulters Cays-Bahamas-BAinvertebrates-bryozoa-CelleporariaBA0001This may well be a reference to a species at the unusual modern bryozoan reef at Joulters Cay25.2841,-78.1193,,AGL3|*
Bulkley ValleyBulkley-Nechako RDBCTelkwa Coal DepositsCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusksBC000454.69619,-127.0528,location:Telkwa.BC,AGL4|*
Bulkley ValleyBulkley-Nechako RDBCon Bulkley River near Trout CreekJurassicinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaBC000554.7872,-127.1695,location:Smithers.BC,AGL4|*
Hudson Bay MountainBulkley-Nechako RDBCon E side of MountainCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea;;;plants(petrified wood)BC007054.8276,-127.2821,,AGL4|*
SmithersBulkley-Nechako RDBC13.5 km NE at Driftwood CanyonEoceneSmithers?invertebrates-arthropoda-insecta-hemiptera-Cercopidae;;;;plants-angiosperms-sequoioidae-Metasequoia;;gymnospermopsida-Glyptostrobus;;vertebrates(?)BC0006Provincial Park Collecting permitted (sort of) but all specimens examined and only common fossils can be kept at the discretion of the rangers54.8254,-127.0222,,AGL3|*BC0006,BC0008
SmithersBulkley-Nechako RDBC40 km W on Ashman RidgeJurassicinvertebrates(marine)BC000754.8149,-127.6041,,AGL4?|*
SmithersBulkley-Nechako RDBCat Driftwood CanyonEoceneplantsBC000854.8254,-127.0222,,AGL3|*BC0006,BC0008
TopleyBulkley-Nechako RDBCAt Findley Falls on Richfield CreekOligoceneinvertebrates-mollusksBC000954.4998,-126.3034,,AGL3?|*
Muir CreekCapital RD?BC{1}Tertiaryinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,gastropodaBC001048.3829,-123.8693,,AGL3?|*
VictoriaCapital RDBCIn substantially altered rocksCarboniferous?invertebrates(obscure)BC0106An American Geological Railway Guide p8348.4268,-123.3622,,AGL4|*
Cariboo MountainsCariboo RDBCinvertebrates(Ediacaran)BC001152.9167,-120.2527,,AGL4|*
HorseflyCariboo RDBCEoceneinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta?;;plants?,vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-AmyzonBC001252.3332,-121.4194,,AGL3?|*BC0012,BC0013,BC0112
HorseflyCariboo RDBCEocenevertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-EohiodonBC0112http://live.tolweb.org/Eohiodon_rosei/1514152.3349,-121.4161,,AGL3?|*BC0012,BC0013,BC0112
Horsefly CreekCariboo RDBC{1}Eoceneplants(leaves)(impressions),vertebrates-fishBC001352.3349,-121.4161,,AGL3?|*BC0012,BC0013,BC0112
QuesnelliaCariboo RD?BC{1}plants(leaves),vertebrates-fishBC0014'Quesnellia' appears to be the name of a terrane which is said to be named for Quesnel, BC52.9826,-122.4921,location:Quesnel.BC,AGL4|*
Sumas MountainCariboo RD?BCEoceneHuntington_BCplantsBC001649.0830,-122.1859,,AGL3|*
FieldColumbia-Shuswap RDBCMounts Stephen,Wapta,Field,Odaray. No collectingCambrianinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita(diverse),(others)BC001751.3954,-116.4822,,AGL4|*
FieldColumbia-Shuswap RDBCOn NW slope of Mt Stephen 914m above Kicking Horse River in 'Ogygopsis Shale'Cambrian MiddleStepheninvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-bathyuridae-Bathyuriscus;Burlingia,NeolenusBC0098Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P19,3651.3827,-116.4479,,AGL3|*BC0098,BC0002
FieldColumbia-Shuswap RDBCCambrian MiddleStephen Shaleinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-ZacanthoidesBC000251.3827,-116.4479,,AGL3|*BC0098,BC0002
Kicking Horse PassColumbia-Shuswap RDBCalong main line of Canadian Pacific RR|Cambrian Lowerinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-olenellidae-Olenellus(O gilberti)BC001851.4528,-116.2869,,AGL3|*
Marble CanyonColumbia-Shuswap RDBCBurgess Shale like fossils-50 plus speciesCambrian,MiddleStepheninvertebratesBC0114There are other Marble Canyons in BC (e.g.50.8446,-121.6937)http://www.livescience.com/43270-new-burgess-shale-fossils-canada.html51.1818,-116.1162,,AKm44?|*
Mount BosworthColumbia-Shuswap RDBC210m in limestones and shalesCambrian MiddleStepheninvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Ogygopsis,(others)BC0090Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P351.4537,-116.3342,,AGL3|*
Mount BosworthColumbia-Shuswap RDBCIn massive limestones below Stephen formationCambrian MiddleCathedral (Canada)invertebrates-mollusksBC0092Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P451.4537,-116.3342,,AGL3|*
Mount BosworthColumbia-Shuswap RDBCOn E side of West Ridge of Mt Bosworth in 100m of thin bedded limestone below Sherbrooke formation (also on Paget Peak and Mt Daly)Cambrian UpperPagetinvertebrates-mollusksBC0086Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P351.4584,-116.3603,,AGl73|*
Mount BosworthColumbia-Shuswap RDBCOn West slope in alternating bands of limestone and siliceous/calcareous shale below Cathedral formation limestonesCambrian LowerMount Whyteinvertebrates-mollusksBC0094Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P451.4652,-116.3753,,AGL3|*
Mount BosworthColumbia-Shuswap RDBCCambrianinvertebrates-brachiopoda-acrotretida-AcrotheleBC004651.4537,-116.3342,,AGL3|*
Mount StephenColumbia-Shuswap RDBC180m at peak in limestones and shalesCambrian MiddleStepheninvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Ogygopsis,(others)BC0089Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P351.3992,-116.4372,,AGL3?|*
Mount StephenColumbia-Shuswap RDBCAbove RR tunnel in alternating bands of limestone and siliceous/calcareous shale below Cathedral formation limestonesCambrian LowerMount Whyteinvertebrates-mollusksBC0095Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P451.4219,-116.4170,,AGL3|*
Mount StephenColumbia-Shuswap RDBCabove Field,BCCambrian Middleinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Elrathia,Ogygopsis,ZacanthoidesBC001951.3986,-116.4333,,AGL3|*
Paget PeakColumbia-Shuswap RDBCthin bedded limestone below Sherbrooke formationCambrian UpperPagetinvertebrates-mollusksBC0087Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P351.4611,-116.3639,,AGL3|*
Collishaw PointComox Valley RDBCOn Hornby IslandCretaceousLambert_BCinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus,Nemodon;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Gaudryceras,Hypophylloceras,Nostoceras,Pachydiscus,Phyllopachyceras,PseudophyllitesBC0020http://gsc.nrcan.gc.ca/paleochron/34_e.php49.5495,-124.6909,,AGL3|*BC0020,BC0021
Collishaw PointComox Valley RDBCOn Hornby IslandCretaceousSprayplants(seeds)(cones)BC002549.5495,-124.6909,,AGL3|*BC0020,BC0021
ComoxComox Valley RDBCCretaceousNanaimoplantsBC002149.6811,-124.9264,,AGL3|*
CourtenayComox Valley RDBCE at Piggot Creek in abandoned quarryCretaceousComoxplants(seeds)(cones)BC0023Piggott Creek is about 20km NW of Courtenay49.8329,-125.3529,,AGL4?|*
CourtenayComox Valley RDBCCretaceousHaslam|Pendervertebrates-reptilia(marine)-plesiosauria,squamata-mosasauridae;turtlesBC002249.6925,-124.9924,,AGL4|*
Denman Is-Hornby IslandComox Valley RDBC{1}Cretaceous Upperinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoideaBC002449.5377,-124.7333,loc:between the islands,AGL3|*
Cowichan LakeCowichan Valley RDBCAt 48.04.80 N 123.19.55 W?BC002648.8663,-124.2694,,AGL3|*
Rift CreekCowichan Valley RD[?]BCVancouver IslandPennsylvanianMount Markinvertebrates(55 taxa)-arthropoda-trilobita(3 taxa);brachiopoda(22 taxa)BC0027There is probably more than one Rift Creek in BC48.9829,-124.5695,,AGL3?|*
Bastille MountainEast Kootenay RDBCOn Eastern flank 53d52m22N 120d00m56WDevonianSimlainvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsBC0108Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean50.3477,-116.6075,,AGL3|*
Castle MountainEast Kootenay RDBCOn Southeast slope in alternating bands of limestone and siliceous/calcareous shale below Cathedral formation limestonesCambrian LowerMount Whyteinvertebrates-mollusksBC0096Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P450.4329,-127.1201,,AGL3|*
Cathedral MountainEast Kootenay RDBCIn massive limestones below Stephen formationCambrian MiddleCathedral (Canada)invertebrates-mollusksBC0091Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P449.4664,-123.0193,,AGL3|*
CranbrookEast Kootenay RDBC{1}Cambrian LowerEagerinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-olenellidae-Olenellus;WanneriaBC002849.5077,-115.7627,,AGL3|*BC0028,BC0029,BC0030,BC0043
CranbrookEast Kootenay RDBCCambrian LowerEagerinvertebrates-mollusksBC002949.5077,-115.7627,,AGL3|*BC0028,BC0029,BC0030,BC0043
CranbrookEast Kootenay RDBCCambrian Upperinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-LabiostriaBC003049.5077,-115.7627,,AGL3|*BC0028,BC0029,BC0030,BC0043
EldonEast Kootenay RDBCIn shales at N end of amphitheater NW(? SW?) of Mt Bosworth N of Canadian Pacific RR tracksCambrian MiddleEldoninvertebrates-brachiopoda-ObolusBC0100Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P6151.4433,-116.3420,,AGL4|*
Fairmont Hot SpringsEast Kootenay RDBC{1}invertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea;;;protists-foramsBC003150.3117,-115.8651,,AGL3|*
FernieEast Kootenay RDBC?3 km NNE? of mouth of McEvoy CreekCretaceous LowerCrowsnestplants-pteridophyta-SphenopterisBC0084Site may be in Alberta49.5287,-115.0282,,AGL3|*
Fort SteeleEast Kootenay RDBCSouth at Cranbrook Rifle Club on leased Crown landsCambrian LowerEagerinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-olenellidae-Olenellus;WanneriaBC0043http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.aspx?guid=bba31171-9caf-42a5-b97c-a91c84e7e08c49.5136,-115.7767,,AGL3|*BC0028,BC0029.BC0030,BC0043
HectorEast Kootenay RDBC8km N on Western Slope of Mt Bosworth above Sherbrooke Lake in limestonesCambrian Upper-Ordovician LowerSherbrookeinvertebrates-mollusksBC0085Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P251.4652,-116.3753,,AGL3|*
HectorEast Kootenay RDBCIn drift block of siliceous shale on S slope of Mt BosworthCambrian Lower?invertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Albertella,bathyuridae-Bathyuriscus;;;brachiopoda-acrotretida-Acrothele;Micromitra,Obolus,WimanellaBC0099Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P2251.4537,-116.3342,,AGL3|*
Mount DalyEast Kootenay RDBCthin bedded limestone below Sherbrooke formationCambrian UpperPagetinvertebrates-mollusksBC0088Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P351.5169,-116.4015,,AGL3|*
Surprise PassEast Kootenay RDBCOn S side of Surprise Pass between Wallbridge and Bastille Mountains 53d52m22N 120d02m15W Amoco Loc 11513DevonianSimlainvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsBC0107Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean53.8729,-120.0374,,AGL3|*
Dunedin RiverFort Nelson-Liard RD?BC.8km S about 6km N of Milepost 383 on Alaskan HighwayTriassic-LowerGraylingvertebrates-fish-sarcopterygii-dipnoi-coelacanthiformes-Bobasatrania?BC003659.5163,-124.0866,,AGL4|*
Lake WapitiFort Nelson-Liard RDBC4.8km S at fish Lake. Several localities in area?TriassicSulphur Mountainvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-palaeoniscidae-Boreosomus,Pteronisculus;Perleidus,Saurichthys;chondrichthyes-selachii-holocephali-Listracanthus;;;sarcopterygii-dipnoi-coelacanthiformes-Albertonia,Bobasatrania,WhiteaBC003454.5133,-120.7027,,AGL3?|*
Lake WapitiFort Nelson-Liard RDBCCanadaTriassicSulphur Mountainvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-holocephali-ListracanthusBC003254.5705,-120.7755,,AGL3|*BC0032,BC0035
Lake WapitiFort Nelson-Liard RDBCmuseum quality fish on Ridge tops in NE BC in two distinctly different bedsTriassic Lowervertebrates-fish(large)-sarcopterygii-dipnoi-coelacanthiformes-Albertonia,Bobasatrania;;;;reptilia-ichthyosauriaBC003354.5705,-120.7755,,AGL3|*
Lake WappitiFort Nelson-Liard RDBCIn scree on Lower Slopes S of Wapiti LakeTriassicSulphur Mountainvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii-hybodontidae-Palaeobates;;;;reptilia-ichthyosauria-ShastasaurusBC003554.5705,-120.7755,,AGL3|*BC0032,BC0035
Tetsa RiverFort Nelson-Liard RD?BCS side near Alaska Hwy MP 382Triassic LowerToad|Graylingvertebrates-fish(bones)BC003758.6330,-123.7030,,AGL4|*
Harrison LakeFraser Valley RDBC9.3 km N of Wallin[?] Creek in Lower Cretaceous road cutsCretaceous Lowerinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Buchia;cephalopoda-belemnoideaBC0038Couldn't identify a 'Wallin Creek' in British Columbia nor could HA,Neither could he find a plausible misspelling (Walhachin, maybe?)49.5497,-121.8359,,AGL4|*BC0038,BC0039,BC0040,BC0102,BC0103
Harrison LakeFraser Valley RDBCArea exposuresCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-AucellaBC0103An American Geological Railway Guide p8049.5497,-121.8359,,AGL4|*BC0038,BC0039,BC0040,BC0102,BC0103
Harrison LakeFraser Valley RDBCNearby in siltstonesJurassic-CretaceousMysterious Creekinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Paracadoceras,PseudocadocerasBC0102http://www.scientificblogging.com/fossil_huntress/blog/the_pleasures_and_pain_of_siltstone_fossils_of_the_callovian_mysterious_creek_formation49.5497,-121.8359,,AGL4|*BC0038,BC0039,BC0040,BC0102,BC0103
Harrison LakeFraser Valley RDBCW side of LakeCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaBC003949.5497,-121.8359,,AGL4|*BC0038,BC0039,BC0040,BC0102,BC0103
Harrison LakeFraser Valley RDBCin road cuts to E inJurassic Lower-Cretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Buchia;cephalopoda-belemnoideaBC004049.5497,-121.8359,,AGL4|*BC0038,BC0039,BC0040,BC0102,BC0103
McAbeeFraser Valley RDBC{1}EoceneKamloops Groupinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta;;plants(leaves-ginkgophyta-Ginkgo(seed pods);;vertebrates-fishBC004150.7831,-121.1359,,AGL3|*
Slesse CreekFraser Valley RDBCPaleozoic UpperChilliwack Groupinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)BC004249.0830,-121.7025,,AGL3|*
Black MountainGreater Vancouver RDBCin Pennsylvanian Lower LimestonesPennsylvanianinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Gigantoproductus;bryozoa,cnidaria-coelenterataBC0015Original says Whatcom County. There is no Whatcom County in BC,but there is one across the border in WA. There are no less than four Black Mountains in BC. Arbitratrily selected the one at Crystal Bowl Ski Area See also BC007649.3955,-123.2194,,AGL4?|*
Kanaka CreekGreater Vancouver RDBCMay be worked outEoceneHuntington_BCplantsBC004449.1997,-122.5859,,AGL3|*
Point RobertsGreater Vancouver RDBCPleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks(shells)BC0047The site is in the United States although access is from Tsawwassen, BC48.9886,-123.0567,,AGL3|*
SW British ColumbiaGreater Vancouver RDBC125 Pleistocene sites,mostly built over or overgrown,up to 300 meters above current Sea LevelPleistoceneinvertebrates-brachiopoda,echinoderms-echinoidea(sea_urchins)(fragments);mollusks;worms(tubes)-annelida-SerpulaBC000149.2642,-123.1128,location:Vancouver.BC,AGL3|*
VancouverGreater Vancouver RDBCAt junction of Capilano River and Brothers Creek. poorly preserved woodCretaceousBurrardplants(leaves)(wood)(fruits)(others)(poorly preserved)BC004849.3286,-123.1301,,AGL3?|*
VancouverGreater Vancouver RDBCBurrard Inlet and English BayEoceneBurrard|Kitsilanoplants(leaves)BC004949.3018,-123.1499,,AGL3|*
VancouverGreater Vancouver RDBCWest of Kitsilano BeachEocene-OligoceneKitsilanoplants(leaves)(coal)BC005049.2742,-123.1633,,AGl73|*
Ram CreekKitimat-Stikine RDBC24km E of junction of Racing River and MacDonald CreekTriassic-LowerGraylingvertebrates-fish-sarcopterygii-dipnoi-coelacanthiformesBC005150.0302,-115.6384,,AGL3|*
Quatsino SoundMount Waddington RD[?]BCOn the western shore of Apple Bay in small calcareous concretionsCretaceous LowerLongarm (Canada)plants(fragments)-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta;pteridophyta-(ferns)BC0052http://www.amjbot.org/cgi/content/full/90/5/75550.6076,-127.7037,,AGL3|*
Brannen LakeNanaimo RDBCat 49d11.64N,124d04.21W?BC005349.1942,-124.0703,,AGL2|*BC0053,BC0055
NanaimoNanaimo RDBC3km W in abandoned shale pits at Brannen LakeCretaceousHaslamplants(seeds)(cones)BC005549.1942,-124.0703,,AGL3|*BC0053,BC0055
NanaimoNanaimo RDBCCretaceousNanaimoplantsBC005449.1663,-123.9360,,AGL3|*
ParksvilleNanaimo RDBCEnglishman's RiverCretaceousHaslaminvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Pachydiscus?BC0056There may be a valid genus Chydiscus,but it's more likely a misspelling of Pachydiscus49.3209,-124.3136,,AGL3|*
Manning ParkOkanagan-Similkameen RDBCIn marine outcrops along Valley View Lookout road and in other areas-no collectinginvertebrates(diverse)(marine)BC005749.0664,-120.7858,,AGL3|*
Manning ParkOkanagan-Similkameen RDBCplants near Mule Deer Campground--no collectingplants-angiosperms-Ficus_fig,Magnolia,Platanus(sycamore);ginkgophyta-Ginkgo;gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta;pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns)BC005849.0635,-120.7820,,AGL3|*
Okanagan FallsOkanagan-Similkameen RDBC{1}plants(leaves)(pine_needles)BC005949.2982,-119.5302,,AGL3|*
PrincetonOkanagan-Similkameen RDBCIn chert on E bank of Similkameen River 13.5 km SSWEoceneAllenby_BCplants-angiosperms-PaleorosaBC0062Paleorosa,flowers size only 2 mm49.3538,-120.5447,,AGL3|*
PrincetonOkanagan-Similkameen RDBCMerritt Hwy areaEoceneplants(leaves)-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-pineacea(needles)(cones)BC006349.4690,-120.5048,,AGL3|*
PrincetonOkanagan-Similkameen RDBCWhipsaw Creek{1}Eoceneinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta;;plants(leaves)BC006449.3767,-120.5921,,AGL3|*
PrincetonOkanagan-Similkameen RDBCarea exposuresEoceneplantsBC006549.4585,-120.5054,,AGL3|*BC0060,BC0062,BC0067,BC0065,BC0066,BC0113
PrincetonOkanagan-Similkameen RDBCarea exposuresPaleoceneplantsBC006649.4585,-120.5054,,AGL3|*BC0060,BC0062,BC0067,BC0065,BC0066,BC0113
PrincetonOkanagan-Similkameen RDBCin area 30 km long, 10 wide exposing Allenby FormationEoceneAllenby_BCplants(coal)BC006749.4585,-120.5054,,AGL4|*BC0060,BC0062,BC0067,BC0065,BC0066,BC0113
PrincetonOkanagan-Similkameen RDBCwell preserved plantsEocene MiddleAllenby_BC?invertebrates-arthropoda-insecta(rare);mollusks-gastropoda;;plants(well preserved),vertebrates-mammals(teeth)BC006149.4585,-120.5054,,AGL4|*BC0060,BC0062,BC0067,BC0065,BC0066,BC0113
PrincetonOkanagan-Similkameen RDBC{1}Eoceneplants(leaves)(pine needles)(seeds)(roots casts)BC006049.4585,-120.5054,,AGL4|*BC0060,BC0062,BC0067,BC0065,BC0066,BC0113
PrincetonOkanagan-Similkameen RDBCEoceneAllenby_BCvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-EohiodonBC0113http://live.tolweb.org/Eohiodon_rosei/1514149.4585,-120.5054,,AGL4|*BC0060,BC0062,BC0067,BC0065,BC0066,BC0113
ChetwyndPeace River RDBCQuaternaryplants(leaves)(impressions)BC006855.6976,-121.6296,,AGL3|*
FinlayPeace River RD?BCnortheastern British Columbia.*Triassic UpperPardonetvertebrates-reptilia(marine)-rauisuchidaeBC0003Fragments of a marine rauisuchian (or near relative,an early crocodile-like carnivore)56.0413,-123.9807,location:Williston Lake.BC,AGL5|*
Fort St JohnPeace River RDBCTriassicvertebrates-reptilia-ichthyosauriaBC0069very large ichthyosaur56.2456,-120.8354,,AGL4|*
Hudsons HopePeace River RDBCAt Williston LakeMesozoic-Tertiaryinvertebrates-mollusksBC007156.0322,-121.9043,,AGL4|*
Kakwa-SukunkaPeace River RDBCNE BCOrdovician,LowerMonkman Quartziteichnofossils-burrows_invertebrate-SkolithosBC0101http://www.ohiolink.edu/etd/send-pdf.cgi?toledo111601481654.8640,-121.5527,location:Sukunka Peak.BC,AGL5|*
Ottertail RidgePeace River RDBC19km W of junction of Nabesche River and Emerslund Creek 56d15m49N 123d26m13W Amoco Location 14055DevonianKakisainvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsBC0109Phillipsastreid Corals from the Frasnian (Upper Devonian) of Western Canada: Taxonomy and Biostratigraphic Significance Ross A. McLean56.2636,-123.4369,,AGL2|*
TaylorPeace River RDBCCretaceousinvertebrates(marine)-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaBC007256.1526,-120.6817,,AGL3|*
Lasqueti IslandPowell River RDBCCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusksBC0110http://www.gulfislandsguide.com/history/lasqueti.htm49.4889,-124.3546,,AGL2|*
Cumshewa InletSkeena-Queen Charlotte RDBCQueen Charlotte IslandCretaceousHaidainvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-DesmocerasBC007353.0495,-131.7867,,AGL4|*
Queen Charlotte IslandsSkeena-Queen Charlotte RDBClakebed deposits in sea cliffsPleistoceneplantsBC007452.9995,-132.0034,,AGL3|*
Skidegate InletSkeena-Queen Charlotte RDBCQueen Charlotte IslandJurassicYakouninvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-TelocerasBC007553.2328,-132.0034,,AGL4|*
Red MountainSquamish-Lillooet RD?BCin Pennsylvanian Lower LimestonesPennsylvanianinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Gigantoproductus;bryozoa,cnidaria-coelenterataBC0076Original says Whatcom County. There is no Whatcom County in BC,but there is one across the border in WA. See BC001549.0497,-120.9692,,AGL5|*
Shelter PtStrathcona RDBCNear Campbell River in ConcretionsCretaceousSprayinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-decapoda-LongusorbisBC008350.0042,-125.1617,,AGL4|*
Howe SoundSunshine Coast RDBCa few ammonoidea in roof pendant shalesinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaBC007749.4163,-123.3860,,AGL4|*BC0077,BC0078
Howe SoundSunshine Coast RDBCin roof pendant shalesinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea(sparse)BC007849.4163,-123.3860,,AGL3|*BC0077,BC0078
AshcroftThompson-Nicola RDBC{1}invertebrates-brachiopoda,conodonts,mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea,belemnoidea;;;plants-(microflora),(pollen),pteridophyta-(ferns)BC007950.7372,-121.2713,,AGL3|*
Hat CreekThompson-Nicola RDBC{1}plants(amber)BC008050.8831,-121.4026,,AGL3|*
Jackass MountainThompson-Nicola RDBCArea exposuresCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-AucellaBC0104An American Geological Railway Guide p8050.0899,-121.4722,,AGL3|*
Kamloops LakeThompson-Nicola RDBCnear Red Point in Tranquille bedsEocenevertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-EohiodonBC0111http://live.tolweb.org/Eohiodon_rosei/1514150.7590,-120.6683,,AGL3|*BC0081,BC0111
Kamloops LakeThompson-Nicola RDBCEoceneTranquillevertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-EohiodonBC008150.7590,-120.6683,,AGL3|*BC0081,BC0111
Little FortThompson-Nicola RDBC{1}plants(leaves)-pteridophyta-(ferns)BC004551.4254,-120.2048,,AGL3|*
Paul LakeThompson-Nicola RDBCinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsBC008250.7331,-120.1192,,AGL3|*
Section HouseThompson-Nicola RDBCArea exposures of coal roughly 16km S of Lytton. A section house is a RR facility. Presumably this one was somewhere in the Kanaka Bar, Falls Creek areaMioceneplantsBC0105An American Geological Railway Guide p8050.0894,-121.5555,,AGL3|*
Coffee Ranch[?]CA?Mammal Reference LocationMiocene (Hemphill)vertebrates-mammalsCA0002There is a Coffee Creek Ranch near Trinity Center,CA,but I think this particular locality is probably in Hemphill County, Texas (TX0192)35.7108,-100.5084,,AGL5?|*
FremontAlamedaCAalong creek bed in Bell QuarryPleistocene?Santa Clara (California)invertebrates(freshwater),plants,vertebratesCA0584Partly buried under CA-680 in 1960s. remainder owned by CalTrans37.5270,-121.9476,,AGL3|*CA0584,CA0585
IrvingtonAlamedaCAin gravel beds?Pleistocenevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-antilocapridae-Antilocapra(antelope);;proboscidea-Mammuthus(mammoths)CA058537.5270,-121.9476,,AGL3|*CA0584,CA0585
LivermoreAlamedaCA13 km SE on Arroyo del Valle SE1/4t4sr2e. (No section in plss location 37.5788 121.7347 is center of township. 8km S of Livermore give or take a lot)CretaceousHorsetowninvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-LytocerasCA000337.5788,-121.7347, SE1/4t4sr2e,AGL4|*
LivermoreAlamedaCAIn creek cut in SE1/4S25T3sr3e near junction of Livermore Rd and Western Pacific RR. (PLSS loc 37.6398 121.6002 near historic site of Tesla in canyon of Corral Hollow Creek)Eocene UpperTejoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-PanopeaCA000437.6398,-121.6002,SE1/4S25T3sr3e,AGL2|*
LivermoreAlamedaCAnear Altamont PassMioceneSan PabloplantsCA000537.7459,-121.6568,,AGL3|*
PleasantonAlamedaCAIn RR cut on Pleasanton-Sunol RoadMioceneBrionesinvertebrates(diverse)CA000637.6224,-121.8807,,AGL3|*
Sunol ParkAlamedaCAOff CA84 E of I680 SE of Fremont,CA,In sandstone boulders along visitor trailCretaceous?Franciscaninvertebrates(?)(abundant)CA000737.5966,-121.8967,,AGL2|*
Bear ValleyAlpineCAMount Reba Fauna 38-31N 120-01W At least 6 speciesPliocene Lowerplants(6 species)CA000838.5167,-120.0167,,AGL4|*
KirkwoodAlpineCACarson Pass Fauna 38-41n 120.34WMiocene MiddleplantsCA0009FWIW, Carson Pass is at 38.6940,-119.987838.6833,-120.3400,,AGL4|*
MarkleevilleAlpineCAEbbetts Pass Fauna 38-32N,-199.48WMiocene MiddleplantsCA0010FWIW Ebbetts Pass is at 38.5443,-119.8120. Lat lon used for site is pretty much a wild guess38.5333,-119.4800,,AGl54|*
MarkleevilleAlpineCANiagara Fauna 38-40N,-199.48WMiocene MiddleplantsCA0011There is a Niagara Creek near 38.3311,-119.9397. Used its lat lon for site location. (The lat lon used is across the state line in Nevada)38.6667,-119.4800,,AHl64|*
Reynolds FerryAlpine?CAAt Botwick's bar in the Stanislaus River inJurassicMariposainvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Oecotraustes,PerisphinctesCA0018Site is now under New Melones Lake?37.9806,-120.5339,,AGL3|*
Chico CreekButteCACretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA001239.7078,-121.9342,,AGL3|*
Feather RiverButteCA1 km S of old Banner Mine on River bank in se1/4s32t20nr4e in (39.5438 121.5450 On N side of Feather River SE of South Table Mountain)Jurassicplants(abundant)CA0013Original says Oroville formation, But that probably is meant to indicate similarity to the Monte de Oro formation at Oroville39.5438,-121.5450,se1/4s32t20nr4e,AGL3|*
Feather RiverButteCA1.5 km S of old Banner Mine in ravineplantsCA001440.0142,-121.2244,,AGL3|*CA0014,CA0015
Feather RiverButteCAon dumps of old Banner MineplantsCA001540.0142,-121.2244,,AGL3|*CA0014,CA0015
OrovilleButteCA4 km N n1/2s31t20nr4e (39.5470 121.5705 South Table Mountain)EoceneTejoninvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Acmaea(limpet),Cerithiopsis,DrilliaCA001739.5470,-121.5705,n1/2s31t20nr4e,AGL3|*CA0017,CA0019
OrovilleButteCANE In an area of a few square km 4.8kmJurassicMonte de Oroplants(52 species)CA0594http://books.google.com/books?id=d6fLUrXRmu4C&pg=PA96&lpg=PA96&dq=oroville+formation+jurassic&source=web&ots=gGF4EYASZH&sig=tLx6imgdETgCGuKnS7kTVST4Hgg39.5448,-121.5308,,AGL3?|*
OrovilleButteCANearby to the East sub-carboniferous fossilsinvertebrates-mollusksCA0617An American Geological Railway Guide P32639.5152,-121.5033,,AGL3?|*
OrovilleButteCACretaceousChico (CA)vertebrates-fish(teeth)-actinopterygii-EnchodusCA001639.5168,-121.5500,,AGL3|*
OrovilleButteCATertiaryplants(leaves)CA0616An American Geological Railway Guide P32639.5168,-121.5500,,AGL3|*
South Table MountainButteCAat Butte County Hospital 2 km N N1/2s36t20nr3e (39.5472 121.5786 1km W of South Table Mountain near Lower Miocene Canal?)EoceneTejoninvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Ameranella?(Nyctilochus in original)CA001939.5472,-121.5786, N1/2s36t20nr3e,AGL3|*CA0017,CA0019
near Sutter ButtesButte?CACretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA058339.2237,-121.8137,,AGL4|*
MokelumneCalaverasCAValley Spring Fauna 38-19N 120-46WMiocene Middleplants(17 species)CA002038.3167,-120.7667,,AGL4|*
VallecitoCalaverasCA4 km below at Parrot's Ferry road nw1/4s32t3nr14e in gold bearing tertiary gravelsvertebrates-reptilia-turtles-StylemysCA0410'Stylemys' is a Oligocene tortoise38.0720,-120.4604,nw1/4s32t3nr14e,AGL2|*
Wilbur SpringsColusaCAIn white Cretaceous Limestone on Sulphur CreekCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurboCA002139.0394,-122.4186,,AGN3?|*CA0021,CA0023
WilliamsColusaCAS of road between Williams and the springs in first range of foothillsCretaceousChico (CA)invertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Atresius[?],Cordieria,Liocium,Palaeatractus[?],RinginellaCA0022No citations for 'Atresius (lirata)'/Palaeatractus was Paleotractus in original39.1049,-122.3240,,AGN3?|*
WilliamsColusaCAW on US20 at Hot Sulphur Springs in NW1/4t1nr4w. PLSS loc has no section. This is possibly Wilbur Hot Springs near junction of Sulphur Creek and Bear Creek on Bear Valley Road. See CA0021CretaceousKnoxvilleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-ModiolaCA002339.0403,-122.4082, NW1/4t1nr4w?,AGN3?|*CA0021,CA0023
BerkeleyContra CostaCAAt mouth of Strawberry Canyon inJurassicKnoxvilleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-PectenCA002437.8715,-122.2493,,AIn83|*
BerkeleyContra CostaCAS of I8(?) and E of I5 (I8,I80,I5 are not designated in the Berkeley area). In hills E of city. In ash beds above pebbly conglomeratePliocenevertebrates-mammals(bones)(teeth)CA0025lat lon is arbitrary. Very likely a few miles off.37.8963,-122.2501,,AIl73?|*
ClaytonContra CostaCA5 km NEEoceneTejoninvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Flabellum,TrochocyathusCA002637.9775,-121.9070,,AGL3|*CA0026,CA0030,CA0605
ClaytonContra CostaCA7 km E fossils(abundant)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-CuspidariaCA002737.9453,-121.8648,,AGL3|*
ClaytonContra CostaCAN of Mt DiabloMioceneSan PabloplantsCA002837.9411,-121.9347,,AGL4|*
HerculesContra CostaCAat Pecten Pt in San Pablo Bay|large number of Pecten at tidal levelinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-PectenCA002938.0222,-122.2896,,AGL3?|*
Kirker PassContra CostaCAMioceneSan Pabloinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Cerithiopsis,LittorinaCA003037.9775,-121.9070,,AGL3|*CA0026,CA0030,CA0605
Kirkers PassContra CostaCA4,8km S of Cornwall at Kirkers Passinvertebrates(good)CA0605An American Geological Railway Guide P32037.9792,-121.9021,,AGN3|*CA0026,CA0030,CA0605
Las Trampas RidgeContra CostaCAinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-CerithiopsisCA003137.8122,-122.0236,,AGL3|*
MartinezContra CostaCA2 km W in massive Limestoneinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-TrochosmiliaCA003238.0358,-122.1164,n1/2s8t2nr2w,AGL3|*CA0032,CA0033
MartinezContra CostaCAAt bulls head Point in n1/2s82nr2w in gray-green Limestone. The PLSS location seems reasonable if taken as n1/2s8t2r2w but Earthpoint will not resolve S8. Lat Long is Bulls Head Point near I-680EoceneMartinez (California)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Solen;gastropoda-Aporrhais,Cinulia,Morio,NeptuneaCA0033Cinulia originally Cinula38.0358,-122.1164,n1/2s8t2nr2w,AGL3|*CA0032,CA0033
MartinezContra CostaCAIn area cutbacks and ravines in gray-green LimestoneEoceneMartinez (California)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Solen;gastropoda-Aporrhais,Cinulia,Morio,NeptuneaCA0034Cinulia originally Cinula38.0177,-122.1324,,AGL3|*
MartinezContra CostaCAIn sw1/4s23t2nr3w (37.9991 122.1655 W of Martinez in Franklin Canyon about 1km from mouth)CretaceousChico (CA)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cucullaea,InoceramusCA003537.9991,-122.1655,sw1/4s23t2nr3w,AGL2?|*
MartinezContra CostaCANE,in ne1/4s8t2nr2w (38.0370 122.0960 Concord Naval Weapons Station SW of mouth Pacheco Creek?)CretaceousShastainvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Olivella;scaphopoda-DentaliumCA003638.0370,-122.0960, ne1/4s8t2nr2w,AGL2|*
Mount DiabloContra CostaCAIn Bagley Creek 2 km from summit inJurassicKnoxvilleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-AucellaCA003737.9094,-121.9303,,AGL3?|*
Mount DiabloContra CostaCAIn southernmost foothills in Black Hawk QuarryPliocenevertebrates-mammals(diverse)-artiodactyla-camelidae,Merycodus,oreodontidae,tayassuidae(peccaries);carnivora-Bassariscus,canidae(fox)-(others?);canidae-Aelurodon;mustelidae(weasels),Procyon(raccoons),Pseudaelurus,saber_tooth_cats-Smilodon;;perissodactyla-equidae(horses);proboscidea-Mastodon;rodentia-castoridae(beavers),(ground_squirrels),(rabbits)CA003837.8200,-121.9087,,AGL3?|*
Mount DiabloContra CostaCAon S side in se1/4sw1/4s9t1sr1e (37.8558 121.8704 400m NE of Windy Point on Se side of Mount Diablo)CretaceousChico (CA)invertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-TrochocyathusCA003937.8558,-121.8704,se1/4sw1/4s9t1sr1e,AGL2|*
Muir StationContra CostaCA4 km due SEoceneMartinez (California)invertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-Hercoglossa,Nautilus;;gastropoda-Anchura,Fissurella,Nerita,SurculaCA004037.9931,-122.1183,,AGLSCU|*
PachecoContra CostaCA2 km N in ne1/4 s27t2nr2w (38.0000 122.0610 500m NE of Pacheco. Probably NE of junction of I680 and Arnold Industrial Highway)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-TellinaCA004138.0000,-122.0610,ne1/4s27t2nr2w,AGL3|*
PachecoContra CostaCANW in sw1/4s21t2nr1w (38.0006 121.9844 SW edge of hills NW of Concord)Eocene UpperTejoninvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-SpatangusCA004238.0006,-121.9844, sw1/4s21t2nr1w,AGL3|*
PittsburgContra CostaCA5 km S 2 km W of Kirker CreekOligoceneSan Lorenzoinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-copepoda-Clavella;;;mollusks-bivalvia-Modiolus;gastropoda-ActaeonCA004337.9849,-121.9156,,AGL3|*
RodeoContra CostaCA400 meters EMiocene UpperSan Pabloinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-CerithiumCA004438.0336,-122.2630,,AGl63?|*
San Pablo BayContra CostaCAs1/2s11t2nr4w (38.0010 122.2859 500m S of Hercules Wharf. 500m NE of Pinole))Miocene UpperSan Pabloinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-MacomaCA004538.0010,-122.2859,s1/2s11t2nr4w,AGL2|*
Sobrante RidgeContra CostaCAN in valley on W fork of Bear CreekOligoceneinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Fusinus,TurrisCA004637.9583,-122.2547,,AGL3|*
StewartsvilleContra CostaCA2 km S in nw1/4s15t1nr1e (37.9338 121.8514 in Oil Canyon about 1.5km S of the historic site of Stewartsville)EoceneMartinez (California)invertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Amauropsis,TurritellaCA004737.9338,-121.8514,nw1/4s15t1nr1e,AGL2|*
TormeyContra CostaCAinvertebrates-mollusksCA0604An American Geological Railway Guide P32038.0506,-122.2481,,AGL3|*
Walnut CreekContra CostaCA1 km S of town center in road cutsOligoceneSan Lorenzoinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Pandora;gastropoda-Cancellaria,Turris;scaphopoda-Dentalium;;;vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Antigonia[?];;;worms-annelida-SerpulaCA004837.8996,-122.0714,,AGL3?|*
AuburnEl DoradoCA10 km E at Hawver Cave in w1/2s7t12nr9e in cave deposits (38.9070 121.0207 1km S of New York Bar on Middle Fork of American River)Pleistocenevertebrates-mammals-carnivora-felidae-Felis(cats);;marsupialia-NototheriumCA0049'Nototherium' is a giant marsupial form from the Pliocene of Australia.|The cat (felis) is a cougar38.9070,-121.0207,w1/2s7t12nr9e,AGL3|*
CoalingaFresnoCA23.5 km NEoceneTejoninvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-SpiroglyphusCA005036.3450,-120.3745,,AGl73|*
CoalingaFresnoCA25.6 km W(N?) on branch of Salt Creek s15t18sr13e (36.3624N,-120.5500W Arroyo Leone 1km W of head of Salt Creek)invertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Flabellum,Trochocyathus,TurbinoliaCA005136.3624,-120.5500,s15t18sr13e,Agl73|*CA0068?
CoalingaFresnoCA7 km Winvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Tellina,TritonideaCA005236.0993,-120.4665,,AGl73?|*
CoalingaFresnoCAIn small canyons South of Towninvertebrates-mollusksCA005436.1068,-120.3552,,AGL3|*
CoalingaFresnoCAJoaquin RidgeCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA005536.3048,-120.4034,,AGL3|*
CoalingaFresnoCALos Gatos CreekCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA005636.2344,-120.5823,,AGl73|*
CoalingaFresnoCARagged ValleyCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA005736.3292,-120.3652,,AGL3|*
CoalingaFresnoCAWarthan CreekCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA0058Original says 'Walthan' Creek. There is no such place?36.1464,-120.3400,,AGL3|*
CoalingaFresnoCAat Coalinga Oil Field NW corner s22t19sr15e on hillside (36.2607N,-120.3338W On E side of Anticline Ridge NE of Coalinga Oil Field). Satellite photos show no drilling activity or well access roads in the areaMioceneSanta Margaritainvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-cirripedia(barnacles);;mollusks-bivalvia-Lyropecten,OstreaCA005936.2607,-120.3338,s22t19sr15e,AGL3?|*
CoalingaFresnoCAon Anticline Ridge,in NE corner S3T20Sr15e (36.2172N,-120.3338W on W side of Anticline Ridge 800m N of Palmer Ave)PlioceneEtchegoininvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,gastropodaCA006036.2172,-120.3338,S3T20Sr15e,AGL3|*
FresnoFresnoCAFresno Hadrosaur presumably from Coast ranges W of Fresnovertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroideaCA006136.1398,-120.3590,loc:Coalinga:CA,AGL4|*
Jacalitos CreekFresnoCAin S26t21sr15e in a reefMiocene UpperEtchegoininvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-cirripedia(barnacles)CA0062There is a Jacalitos Creek in Fresno County near Coalinga (36.0721N,-120.3194W 2km S of Zoburi Ranch)36.0721,-120.3194,S26t21sr15e,AGL3|*
New IdriaFresnoCA19 km N on San Carlos Creek in nw1/4s29t15sr13e (36.6004 120.5835. This is probably a bad location. It is smack on I5 400m SE of Manning Road off ramp several miles from the hills. New Idria is SW of this location)CretaceousChico (CA)invertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-BaculitesCA006436.6004,-120.5835,nw1/4s29t15sr13e,AGL4?|*
Panoche HillsFresnoCACretaceous UpperMorenoinvertebrates-echinoderms-ophiuridea(brittle_stars)CA006636.6447,-120.7308,,AGL4|*CA0065,CA0066
Panoche HillsFresnoCACretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA006536.6447,-120.7308,,AGL4|*CA0065,CA0066
Parson's PeakFresnoCAnw1/4s24t18sr14e(36.3521 120.4061 W side of Big Blue Ridge 1.8km SE of Mare Spring)EoceneTejoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Glycymeris,Phacoides;gastropoda-TurrisCA006736.3521,-120.4061,nw1/4s24t18sr14e,AGL2?|*
Salt CreekFresnoCAnw1/4s15t18sr15e (36.3668 120.3320 possibly where CA33 crosses I5. Nearest landmark is Martinez Creek. No Salt Creek in this section, but see CA0051)EoceneTejoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Crassatellites;gastropoda-MetulaCA006836.3668,-120.3320, nw1/4s15t18sr15e,AGl72?|*CA0051?
Fruto-Lodoga quadranglesGlenn?CAN to Rumsey HillsCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA057939.5607,-122.5264,location:Stony Gorge Reservoir.CA,AGl74|*
WillowsGlennCA3 km N of Stonyford in large road cutJurassicKnoxvilleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Buchia;cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA007039.4227,-122.5350,,AGl73|*
Anza-BorregoImperialCAArea exposuresPlioceneLatraniainvertebrates,vertebrates-fish(teeth)-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-Myliobatis;selachii(sharks)(teeth)-Carcharodon,Isurus,OdontaspisCA0071Collecting is not allowed in the State Parkhttp://www.blm.gov/pgdata/Fetc/medialib/blm/ca/pdf/elcentro/nepa/ocotilloexpress/feis.Par.28159.File.dat/AppQ.pdf33.2289,-116.2603,,AGl74?|*
Anza-Borrego DesertImperialCAIn Sandstone Canyon and adjacent badlands in Anza Borrego State ParkPliocene Lowervertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae(tracks);lagomorpha-leporidae-Hypolagus;Pewelagus;perissodactyla-equidae(horses)CA0072http://www.blm.gov/pgdata/Fetc/medialib/blm/ca/pdf/elcentro/nepa/ocotilloexpress/feis.Par.28159.File.dat/AppQ.pdf32.9803,-116.2184,,AGl73?|*
Coyote MountainsImperialCAon SE side in nw1/4s26t15sr10e (32.8378 115.9126 about 400m SE of sW corner of West Mesa Parachute Test Recovery Area)PlioceneCarrizo (California)invertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Clypeaster;;;worms-annelida-polychaeta-HipponoeCA007332.8378,-115.9126,nw1/4s26t15sr10e,AGl72|*
Coyote WellsImperialCAN inCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-(clams),OstreaCA007432.7386,-115.9667,,AGl73|*
IndioImperialCAS on E side of coast rangesMioceneinvertebrates-mollusksCA0608An American Geological Railway Guide P32233.65,-116.30,,AGk54?|*
IndioImperialCAToward Flowing Wells along course of Pliocene Lakeinvertebrates-mollusks(non_marine)CA0607An American Geological Railway Guide P32233.65,-116.30,,AGk54?|*
Plaster CityImperialCA2 km S of Dunaway Rd offramp from I8 in steep bank of wash|well preserved fossilsPleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks(non_marine)(wellpreserved)-bivalvia-Anodonta;gastropoda-Amnicola,Helisoma,Hydrobia,PhysaCA007532.7470,-115.8002,,AGl73?|*
Salton SeaImperialCAin sand and mud around the shores of the Salton Sea up to Sea Level about 70 meters above current water levelsRecentinvertebrates-mollusksCA007633.3333,-115.8333,,AGL3|*
Andrews MountainInyoCAAlgal structures near Middle of Formation{2}PrecambrianReed Dolomiteplants-algaeCA007737.0772,-118.0822,,AGL3?|*
Badger FlatInyoCAIn limestones overlying graptolitic shales South of Badger FlatOrdovicianBadger Flat Limestoneinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,echinoderms-crinoids(pelmatozoa);mollusks-gastropoda;;plants-algae-ReceptaculitesCA007836.9688,-118.0974,,AGL3?|*CA0078,CA0634
Big PineInyoCARoughly 35 km SE E of summit on Saline Valley road on E slope in se1/4s35t10sr38e Mickwitzia,Holmia (Could be Harkless Formation) (37.0317 117.7939 in Saline Range). This lat lon seems to be 5-10km S of Saline Valley RoadCambrianPoletainvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Holmia;;brachiopoda-MickwitziaCA007937.0317,-117.7939,se1/4s35t10sr38e,AGL2|*CA0079,CA0081,CA0116
Cerro GordoInyoCAFrom Cerro Gordo, head North and take first left, left at fork in 200 meters. 1.6km to fork. Park, Walk back to 'Pipeline Trail' and hike uphill about 800m to fossiliferous exposures in gray shale and overlying thin limestoneMississippianChainmaninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea(small)-Goniatites;;;;plants,vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)CA0636Goniatites is Goniates in the originalhttp://inyo1.110mb.com/im/inyofossils.html36.5449,-117.8040,,AGL2|*SITES/CACERROGORDO
Coso MountainsInyoCAPliocene LowerCosovertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae(horses)(teeth)CA008036.0935,-117.8119,,AGL4|*
Cow Horn RidgeInyoCAAnother good exposure is found on the Ridge South of the Saline Valley-Death Valley Road as it drops down toward the Eureka Valley 24-32 km East of Big Pine. Those roads are paved and maintained. Many other localities are accessible via dirt roadsCambrianCampitoinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobitaCA011637.0926,-117.9053,,AGL3|*CA0079,CA0081,CA0116
Cowhorn RidgeInyoCAE of the crest on both sides of the Death Valley road about 35 km East of Big Pine,CACambrianCampito?CA008137.0926,-117.9053,,AGL3|*CA0079,CA0081,CA0116
DarwinInyoCAPermianLone Pine (CA)invertebrates-brachiopoda(abundant),cnidaria-corals;;protists-forams-fusulinidaCA008236.2681,-117.5908,,AGL4|*
Darwin CanyonInyoCAPermian LowerOwens Valleyprotists-forams-fusulinidaCA008336.3439,-117.4683,,AGL3|*
Daylight PassInyoCA(Cornwall,Kleinhampl-1964)Cambrian,LowerWood Canyonichnofossils-burrows_invertebrate-SkolithosCA0601http://www.ohiolink.edu/etd/send-pdf.cgi?toledo111601481636.7892,-116.9314,,AGL3|*CA0601,CA0084
Daylight PassInyoCABetween Grapevine and Funeral Mountains{2}Cambrian LowerWood Canyoninvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Nevadella,NevadiaCA008436.7892,-116.9314,,AGL3|*CA0601,CA0084
Funeral MountainsInyoCACambrian LowerCarrarainvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-olenellidae-OlenellusCA0085invertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Olenellus Freemonti36.3917,-116.6111,,AGL4|*
Funeral RangeInyoCASouthern part of rangeDevonianinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-BreviphrentisCA0626http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3790/is_200307/ai_n9279017/pg_4?tag=artBody;col136.3716,-116.5485,,AGL4|*
Grapevine SpringsInyoCAIn s21t10sr42e(37.0759N,-117.4101W This is in the North End of the Grapevine Mountains just within Death Valley National Monument and about 10? km N of Grapevine Springs)OrdovicianPogonipinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cleionychia;cephalopoda-orthocerida-OrthocerasCA008637.0759,-117.4101,s21t10sr42e,AGL3?|*
Harkless FlatInyoCAon divide between flats and Squaw in nw1/4s14t10sr35e (37.0837 118.1219 on peak 2km SE of Harkless Flat E of major drainage and 3km W of Andrews Mountain)CambrianCornfield Springsinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita?-Ehmania;;brachiopoda-Obolus;mollusks-gastropoda-pteropoda;;porifera?(Sponges?)CA008737.0837,-118.1219,nw1/4s14t10sr35e,AGL2|*
Hastings SpringsInyoCAE in sw1/4s36t21nr8e in (35.8769 116.0745 on crest of Nopah range about 1.6km WSW of Emigrant Pass. Google pro)Cambrian LowerSilver Peak Groupinvertebrates-brachiopoda-BillingsellaCA008835.8769,-116.0745,sw1/4s36t21nr8e,AGL2|*
IndependenceInyoCA10.3km E on Mazourka Canyon Rd, on right (East) side of the road as it turns North into Mazourka Canyon in a large area of dark limestone. Occasional well preserved reef fossils and in additional outcrops for 12km N up the CanyonSilurianVaughn Gulch Limestoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-corals;porifera(sponges),(others)CA0632Geological Survey bulletin, Issue 118136.8214,-118.0872,,AGL1|*SITES/CAMAZOURKA
IndependenceInyoCA16km E then N on Mazourka Canyon Rd, in Sunday Canyon on W side of Mazourka Canyon and North for 12km -- Outcrops of Silurian beds with Vaughn Gulch bioclastic limestones and Graptolite bearing bedsSilurianSunday Canyoninvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-corals;graptolites,porifera(sponges),(others)CA0633Geological Survey bulletin, Issue 118136.9083,-118.0864,,AGL3|*
IndependenceInyoCA29km E then N on Mazourka Canyon Rd, in Al Rose CanyonOrdovicianAl RoseinvertebratesCA0635Geological Survey bulletin, Issue 118136.9187,-118.0836,,AGL2|*
IndependenceInyoCA34km E then N on Mazourka Canyon Rd, at Badger Flat. diverse, well preserved invertebrate fossils in limestone. Possibly exposed as far South as Johnson SpringOrdovicianBadger Flatinvertebrates(diverse)(abundant)CA0634Geological Survey bulletin, Issue 118136.9688,-118.0974,,AGL2|*CA0078,CA0634
IndependenceInyoCAAt elbow of Mazourka Canyon in Inyo Mountains in SE1/4s31t11sr36e type locality of (37.0044 118.0059 about 500m from head of N branch of Waucoba Wash)Ordovician MiddleMazourkainvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Ceraurus,Cybeloides,Pliomerops;;echinoderms-crinoids-EncrinusCA0089The PLSS lat lon appeared to be about 6km ENE of the 'elbow' in Mazourka Canyon36.9598,-118.0787,SE1/4s31t11sr36e?,AGL3|*
IndependenceInyoCAAt head of Mazourka Canyon in Inyo Mountains in s34t11sr36e (PLSS is Mt Diablo Baseline? Latitude/Longitude 36.9464N,-118.0299W On E side of crest 1.8km SE of the head of Lead Creek -- a couple of km E of head of Mazourka Canyon)CambrianSilver Peak Groupinvertebrates-brachiopoda-TrematobolusCA009036.9464,-118.0299,s34t11sr36e?,AGL2?|*
Inyo MountainsInyoCAIn area exposures of Deep Springs Limestone in the Wyattia zone in recrystallized limestoneEdiacaranDeep Springsincertidae-Coleoloides,Nevadatubulus,Sinotubulites;invertebrates(tubularfossils)-hyolitha-SalanythecaCA058637.0239,-118.0069,loc:WacoubaMtn:CA,AGL4|*
Inyo MountainsInyoCAOn Andrews Mountain above Harkless Flats about 20 km East of Big Pine,CACambrianCampito?CA009137.0774,-118.0831,,AGL3|*
Last Chance RangeInyoCANear Cucomungo Springs in the Last Chance Range in CACambrianCampito?CA0092Cucomungo Springs is actually in Nevada37.3527,-117.6835,,AGL4|*
Lost Burro GapInyoCAAt NW end of gap in quartzite and LimestoneDevonian-MississippianLost Burro|Tin Mountaininvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-coralsCA009336.7502,-117.5208,,AGL3|*
Nopah RangeInyoCA(Sundburg-1983)Cambrian,LowerCarraraichnofossils-burrows_invertebrate-SkolithosCA0597http://www.ohiolink.edu/etd/send-pdf.cgi?toledo111601481635.8857,-116.0647,,AGL3|*
Nopah RangeInyoCAAt Emigrant Pass on Old Spanish TrailCambrian LowerCarrarainvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Bristolia,olenellidae-Olenellus;PeachellaCA009435.8849,-116.0658,,AGL2|*SITES/CANOPAH,CA0094,CA0101
Nopah RangeInyoCAAt the base of the Cambrian Nopah FormationCambrianNopahinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopodaCA009535.8849,-116.0658,,AGL4|*
Owens LakeInyoCA21 km N on E side of valleyTriassicinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA055136.7044,-118.0347,,AGL4|*CA0096,CA0108,CA0109,CA0110,CA0111,CA0551
Owens ValleyInyoCAIn Union Wash 4 km NE of ruins of Owenyo Station IN,Inyo Mountains N of road to Cerro Gordo. Much of the exposure is within a wilderness area and is closed to collectingTriassicUnion Washinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea(diverse)-Anasibirites,Clypeoceras,Lanceolites,Lecanites,Owenites,Sturia,Xenodiscus,(others)CA009636.7044,-118.0347,,AGL3|*CA0096,CA0108,CA0109,CA0110,CA0111,CA0551
Owenyo StationInyoCAIn area of Union Wash-Reward Mine in se1/4s10t14sr36e in (36.7281 118.0379 The site may be 'Fossil Hill'. PLSS loc is a few hundred meters to East of Fossil Hill separted from it by a valley, a ridge, and a small wash)PermianOwenyo Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-EuphemusCA009736.7281,-118.0379,se1/4s10t14sr36e,AGL3|*
Panamint RangeInyoCANorthern part of rangeDevonianinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-BreviphrentisCA0625http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3790/is_200307/ai_n9279017/pg_4?tag=artBody;col136.3085,-117.0840,,AGj34|*
Resting SpringInyoCA11.5 km E on E side of Pass. Location used is roughly 11km E of Resting Spring, but it is unclear what pass is referred toCambrian MiddleCornfield Springsinvertebrates-brachiopoda-ObolusCA009836.1623,-116.1583,,AGj53?|*
Resting SpringsInyoCAOn Armagosa River in sw1/4s10t21nr8e (PLSS coordinates are just W of Nopah Range foothills N of Emigrant Pass). Lat Long used is Armagosa River just S of Resting Spring in Last Chance Range as that seems only place on Armagosa River in area likely to expose bedrockCambrianSilver Peak Sandstonesinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-olenellidae-OlenellusCA009935.8727,-116.1562,,AGl64?|*
Saline ValleyInyoCASE of Waucoba Springs in the Saline ValleyCambrianCampito?CA0100This would presumably be Walcott's Lower Cambrian section36.9865,-117.9229,,AGl73|*
Searles LakeInyoCAin extensive lacustrian depositsPlioceneSearles Lakeinvertebrates(fresh water)-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;;mollusks-bivalvia,gastropodaCA0641http://pubs.usgs.gov/pp/1727/35.6763,-117.3882,,AGl74|*
ShoshoneInyoCAE on road to Pahrump,NV,(Old Spanish Trail) 500 meters W of summit in road cuts on S side of road in green and maroon Pyramid shales (N side of road is a wilderness area|Olenellus cephalons,rarely complete specimensCambrianCarrarainvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-olenellidae-OlenellusCA010135.8849,-116.0658,,AGL2|*CA0094,CA0101
ShoshoneInyoCAIn broad valley to the South of the Valley that the paved road follows over Emigrant PassCambrianCarrarainvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita(cephalons)CA0102Is probably in a wilderness area. No collecting?35.8881,-116.0761,,AHl73|*
Slate RangeInyoCA400 meters N of Limestone quarry at N end of rangeMississippianPerdido|Tin Mountaininvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids(abundant)(columnals)CA010335.9536,-117.3038,,AGL4?|*
Slate RangeInyoCAin 2 to 8 meter thick lacustrian limestones--quite possibly parts of the Pleistocene Searles Lake FormationMiocene-PlioceneSearles Lakeinvertebrates(fresh water?)-mollusks(?)-(Corteus?);;plants(twigs)CA0104No citations for 'Corteus' a mollusk 050522http://pubs.usgs.gov/pp/1727/35.6089,-117.2103,,AGL4|*
Southern White MountainsInyoCAWyattia -- a small conical fossil -- near bottom of Formation{2}PrecambrianDeep Springsincertidae-WyattiaCA010537.3014,-118.1545,location:Westgard Pass.CA,AGL4|*
Southern White MountainsInyoCAWyattia near top of Formation{2}PrecambrianReed Dolomiteincertidae-WyattiaCA010637.3014,-118.1545,location:Westgard Pass.CA,AGL4|*CA0105,CA0113
Tecopa LakeInyoCAFrom lacustrian deposits at ancient terminus of the Armagosa RiverPliocenevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae;;(others)CA0107CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.8487,-116.2268,,AHl74?|*
Union Springs-Inyo MountainsInyoCA2 km E on S side of McAboy[?] trail over Union Wash in se1/4s23t14sr36e in Triassic rocks (36.6952 118.0299 On S side of Union Wash)TriassicUnion Washinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Hungarites,Popanoceras,Tirolites,XenodiscusCA0108Couldn't identify a Union Spring or McAboy Trail in the Union Wash area. Only 'trail' in the area is a footpath(?) a few km South crossing Inyo range via Forgotten Pass36.7044,-118.0347,,AGL3|*CA0096,CA0108,CA0109,CA0110,CA0111,CA0551
Union Springs-Inyo MountainsInyoCA3 km E in sw1/4s24t14sr36e (36.6952 118.0299 On S side of Union Wash)TriassicUnion Washinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Aspenites,Danubites,Inyoites,Lecanites,Meekoceras,Prosphingites,XenaspisCA0109Prosphingites originally Prophingites36.7044,-118.0347,,AGL3|*CA0096,CA0108,CA0109,CA0110,CA0111,CA0551
Union WashInyoCA250 meters N from town Lone Pine on CA14, Rt on Lone Pine-Narrow Gauge Rd. Rt 5 km E to Lone Pine-Owenyo Rd. Left. N 8.3 km to jeep trail. Rt,2.7 km. Park. Hike down into Union Wash. Parapopanoceras beds are 1 meter black Limestone high on very steep slopeTriassicUnion Washinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea?CA011036.7044,-118.0347,,AGL3|*SITES/CAUNIONWASH,CA0096,CA0108,CA0109,CA0110,CA0111,CA0551
Union WashInyoCAIn Inyo MountainsTriassicUnion Washinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea(abundant)-Inyoites,Lanceolites,Nannites,Pseudosageceras,XenaspisCA011136.7044,-118.0347,,AGL3|*CA0096,CA0108,CA0109,CA0110,CA0111,CA0551
Waucoba SpringsInyoCA1.6km E of Saline Valley Rd 4km ENE of Waucoba Springs, in indurated shalesCambrian Lowerinvertebrates-brachiopoda(fragments)-MickwitziaCA0593Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P5437.0260,-117.9513,,AGL3|*
White MountainsInyoCAGood exposures of Early Cambrian rocks can be found along the Westgard Pass Road (CA168) and Bristlecone pine forest access road (White MOuntain Rd) as they climb 2000m from the desert at the Owens Valley floor to the treeline high up in the White MountainsCambrianCampito,Montenegro,Poleta,Harkless?invertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;(others)CA011337.2814,-118.1511,,AIj54|*
White MountainsInyoCAPteridinium in Middle member{2}PrecambrianDeep Springsincertidae-PteridiniumCA011237.3014,-118.1545,location:Westgard Pass.CA,AGL4|*CA0105,CA0113
White-Inyo MountainsInyoCA(Alpert 1975)Cambrian,LowerCampitoichnofossils-burrows_invertebrate-SkolithosCA0598http://www.ohiolink.edu/etd/send-pdf.cgi?toledo111601481637.3014,-118.1545,location:Westgard Pass.CA,AGL4|*
White-Inyo MountainsInyoCAMiddle and Lower Harkless Formation (Alpert 1975)Cambrian,LowerHarklessichnofossils-burrows_invertebrate-SkolithosCA0599Approximate location. Refer to geologic maps of the area to estimate where exposures of the various formations will be found.http://www.ohiolink.edu/etd/send-pdf.cgi?toledo111601481637.3014,-118.1545,location:Westgard Pass.CA,AIl54|*
White-Inyo MountainsInyoCAUpper Poleta Fm (Alpert 1975)Cambrian,LowerPoletaichnofossils-burrows_invertebrate-SkolithosCA0600http://www.ohiolink.edu/etd/send-pdf.cgi?toledo111601481637.3014,-118.1545,location:Westgard Pass.CA,AGL4|*
White-Inyo MountainsInyoCAinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Fallotaspis; ichnofossils-Scolicia (Harkless fm),Rusophycus (Campito Fm),Skolithos (Poleta fm),Planolites (Harkless Fm),Arthrophycus(Campito Fm)Cambrian LowerHarkless|Campito|Poletaichnofossils-burrows_invertebrate-Arthrophycus,Planolites,Scolicia,Skolithos;ichno_misc-Rusophycus;;invertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-FallotaspisCA011437.3014,-118.1545,location:Westgard Pass.CA,AGL4|*
White-Inyo MountainsInyoCA{2}Cambrian LowerPoletainvertebrates-echinoderms-HelicoplacusCA011537.3014,-118.1545,location:Westgard Pass.CA,AGL4|*
-KernCAEoceneRicardovertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-antilocapridae-Paracosoryx;camelidae-ProtolabisCA0140CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.3627,-117.9801,loc:Redrock_Cyn:CA,AGL4|*CA0134,CA0140,CA0581
BakersfieldKernCAIn road cuts in unconsolidated sand on Granite Station Road several km N of China Grade Loop JunctionMiocene LowerPyramid Hill Sandvertebrates(marine)(teeth)-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-Myliobatis;selachii(sharks)-Isurus,(sawfish)CA011735.5731,-118.9598,,AGL3|*CA0117,CA0118
BakersfieldKernCAN and somewhat E on Road to Granite Station in pockets in Road CutsMioceneTemblorvertebrates(marine)(teeth)-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-Myliobatis;selachii(sharks)-Isurus,(others)CA011835.4816,-119.0125,,AGL3|*CA0117,CA0118
BakersfieldKernCAN of Poso Creek in road cut in chalky bed of poorly preserved mollusksMioceneTemblorinvertebrates(poorly preserved),vertebrates(marine)(small)(teeth)(sparse bones)CA0119This is Andrews-B Bed?35.5731,-118.9598,,AGL3?|*CA0119,CA0132
BakersfieldKernCANE,on China Grade Loop as it climbs out of Kern River Canyon. On First small hill on left of road and East along Ridge to Right of road. vertebrates(teeth) weathering out of shale. (Note: Well preserved mollusks are exposed a few hundred meters East and 20 meters lower in sandstone bed)MioceneTemblorinvertebrates-mollusks;vertebrates(marine)-fish(teeth)CA012035.4611,-118.8721,,AGL3?|*
Barker's RanchKernCAs1/2s33t28sr19e (35.4461 118.8610)MioceneMonterey?invertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Agasoma[?];;;vertebrates(marine)-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea-Rhinoptera;(Paleorhinus?),selachii-HeptranchiasCA0121'Paleorhinus' is a Mesozoic phytosaur. 'Agasoma' is a gastropod35.4461,-118.8610, s1/2s33t28sr19e,AGL2?|*
El Paso MountainsKernCAthick sequencePaleozoicprotists-forams-fusulinida-SchwagerinaCA012235.5053,-117.8611,,AGL4|*
Fort TejonKernCAalong Alizos Creek in ne1/4s16t9nr19w in (34.8674 118.8863)Cretaceous UpperChico (CA)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Meretrix,Septifer;gastropoda-Architectonica,ConusCA0124Can't find an Alizos Creek or anything similar near Fort Tejon,but many of the drainages seem to be unnamed on USGS maps34.8674,-118.8863, ne1/4s16t9nr19w,AGL3?|*CA0123,CA0124
Fort TejonKernCAalong Alizos CreekCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Fasciolaria,Olivella,TritoniumCA0123Can't find an Alizos Creek or anything similar near Fort Tejon,but many of the drainages seem to be unnamed on USGS maps34.8728,-118.8861,,AGL3?|*CA0123,CA0124
Kern RiverKernCAlow in cliffs on S side of River opposite Hart Memorial Park E of Bakersfield| in bone bedMioceneTemblorvertebrates(abundant)(teeth)(bones)CA012535.4387,-118.9051,,AGL2|*
Kettleman HillsKernCAIn Central part of hillsinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-LittorinaCA006336.0039,-120.0561,,AGL4|*CA0063,CA0126,CA0127,CA0128,CA0129
Kettleman HillsKernCAIn Pliocene San Joaquin FormationPlioceneSan Joaquininvertebrates-echinodermsCA012836.0039,-120.0561,,AGL4|*CA0063,CA0126,CA0127,CA0128,CA0129
Kettleman HillsKernCAIn Pliocene San Joaquin FormationPlioceneSan Joaquininvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaCA012936.0039,-120.0561,,AGL4|*CA0063,CA0126,CA0127,CA0128,CA0129
Kettleman HillsKernCAPlioceneSan Joaquininvertebrates-echinodermsCA012636.0039,-120.0561,,AGL4|*CA0063,CA0126,CA0127,CA0128,CA0129
Kettleman HillsKernCAPlioceneSan Joaquininvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaCA012736.0039,-120.0561,,AGL4|*CA0063,CA0126,CA0127,CA0128,CA0129
McKittrickKernCAtar pit deposits similar to Rancho La BreaPleistoceneinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta;;plants,vertebrates-mammalsCA013035.3056,-119.6217,,AGL3|*
Oil CityKernCAn1/2s10t29sr28e in shale -118.9603, 35.4264, ( 450 ft ) at a distance of 884 mMioceneMontereyvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-Myliobatis;selachii(sharks)-SquatinaCA013135.4264,-118.9603,n1/2s10t29sr28e,AGL2|*
Phillips RanchKernCAMiocene (Hemingford)Kinnickvertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae-Merychippus;MoropusCA0133CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.6327,-119.0890,,AGL3?|*
Poso CreekKernCAMioceneRound Mountainvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-CetorhinusCA013235.5731,-118.9598,,AGM3?|*CA0119,CA0132
Red Rock CanyonKernCAMammal Reference LocationMioceneRicardovertebrates-mammalsCA058135.3627,-117.9801,loc:Redrock_Cyn:CA,AGL4|*CA0134,CA0140,CA0581
RicardoKernCAMioceneDove Springplants(petrified wood fragments),vertebrates-mammalsCA013435.3627,-117.9801,loc:Redrock_Cyn:CA,AGL4|*CA0134,CA0140,CA0581
San Emigdio CanyonKernCAon E side in lower bluffs in nw1/4s16t10nr21E (This PLSS location seems to be wrong. The township is wrong and probably should be S. Range should be further West). Lat Long used is location near mouth of San Emigdio Canyon about 13km SSW of LakeviewOligoceneSan Emigdioinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-SiphonaliaCA013534.9853,-119.1847,,AGL3?|*
Sharktooth HillKernCAIn S25t28sr28e in beds (35.4629 118.9134)MioceneTemblorvertebrates-aves(birds)-Morus[?](gannets),Presbychen,Puffinis;mammals-carnivora-pinnipedia-AllodesmusCA0136original says 'Moris'35.4629,-118.9134,S25t28sr28e,AGL3?|*
TehachapiKernCATehachapi Fauna 35-14N 118-14WMiocene Middleplants(70 species)CA013735.2333,-118.2333,,AGL4|*
Tejon HillsKernCAat S end of San Joaquin Valleyvertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae-ProtohippusCA013835.0919,-118.7861,,AGL3|*
Tejon HillsKernCAon W side of Comanche Creek in nw1/4s13t32sr29w (Range is E not W. 35.1476 118.8185. Appears to be on NW side of Tejon Hills on the playa.)Miocene UpperSanta Margaritainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-PectenCA013935.1476,-118.8185,nw1/4s13t32sr29w,AGL3?|*
Wagonwheel MountainKernCAS36T25SR18E on west slope of mountain (Wagon Wheel Mountain; California: Kern Co. -119.9865, 35.7106, ( 675 ft ) at a distance of 257 m -- This is in Kern County, not Fresno County)|fossils in several bedsMioceneTemblorinvertebrates-mollusks;vertebrates(bones)CA006935.7106,-119.9865,S36T25SR18E,AGL3|*
AvenalKingsCA8 km E and 2 km S in Arroyo Bifido area SE of s35t21sr17e (36.0577N,-120.1043W Kettleman Hills Arroyo Bifida 1.5km SW of I5)PlioceneSan Joaquininvertebrates-bryozoa,mollusksCA014136.0577,-120.1043,,AGL3|*
AvenalKingsCA8 km E and 2 km S in La Ceja area SW of s35t21sr17e (35.9374 120.1480 E side of Reef Ridge 1km W of Tar Creek)PlioceneSan Joaquininvertebrates-mollusks;microfossilsCA014235.9374,-120.1480,s35t21sr17e,AGL3|*
AvenalKingsCAIn Big Tar Canyon in S7T23SR17E (35.9423N,-120.1581W E side of Reef Ridge just S of Tar Creek)PlioceneEtchegoininvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-cirripedia(barnacles)-Balanus;;;bryozoa,echinoderms(sand_dollars)(abundant)CA014335.9423,-120.1581,S7T23SR17E,AGL3|*
AvenalKingsCAOn first high hill in Big Tar Canyon in S8T23SR17EPlioceneEtchegoininvertebrates-mollusksCA014435.9423,-120.1581,S8T23SR17E,AGL3|*CA0144,CA0145
AvenalKingsCAOn first high hill on left in Big Tar Canyon in S8T23SR17E (35.9423N,-120.1581W E side of Reef Ridge just S of Tar Creek)PlioceneEtchegoininvertebrates-mollusksCA014535.9423,-120.1581,S8T23SR17E,AGL3|*CA0144,CA0145
AvenalKingsCAat Double Hill in NE1/4s2t22sr17E in hill top exposure (36.0467 120.0969 In Kettleman Hills near Double Hill)PlioceneEtchegoininvertebrates-echinoderms,mollusksCA014636.0467,-120.0969,NE1/4s2t22sr17,AGL3|*
CoalingaKings?CAIn Kettleman Hills 12.8 km SE of NW end of hillsPlioceneEtchegoininvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-SismondiaCA005336.0247,-120.0778,,AGL3|*
Kettleman HillsKingsCA'Navy Pipeline Locality'. In extensive exposures of 3-6m thick fossil bed Permission required from Chevron Oil Company in Bakersfield| abundant, well preserved mollusksPlioceneTulare|San Joaquin|Etchegoininvertebrates(abundant)-echinoderms(sand_dollars)-echinoidea-Dendraster;;mollusks;vertebrates-fish(tumors),mammals-rodentia-castoridae(beavers)CA0148http://members.aol.com/Waucoba5/kh/kettlefieldtrip.html36.0039,-120.0561,,AGM3|*CA0147,CA0148
Kettleman HillsKingsCAPliocene MiddleSan Joaquininvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusks-bivalviaCA014736.0039,-120.0561,,AGL3|*CA0147,CA0148
Kettleman HillsKings|KernCAinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-DendrasterCA014936.0039,-120.0561,,AGL3?|*
Grizzly Canyon RdLakeCANear divide between Burns Valley and Cache Creek N forkPlioceneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Anodonta;gastropoda-ValvataCA015039.0096,-122.4316,,AGL3?|*
Herndon CreekLakeCAinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaCA015138.9233,-122.5914,,AGL3?|*
Lower LakeLakeCA400 meters Ene1/4s11t12Nr7w (38.9067 122.6008 about 800m SE of town of Lower Lake)EoceneMartinez (California)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Macrocallista,Meretrix,Ostrea,Paphia,Phacoides,Tellina,Yoldia;gastropoda-FususCA015338.9067,-122.6008,Ene1/4s11t12Nr7w,AGL2|*
Lower LakeLakeCAEoceneMartinez (California)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-ModiolusCA015238.9104,-122.6090,,AGL3?|*
Putah CreekLakeCAtype localityJurassicKnoxvilleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,AucellaCA015438.5181,-122.0554,,AIl74|*
SusanvilleLassenCA12 km SW on slope above Gold Creek in Eocene gold bearing gravelsEoceneplants-angiosperms-Oreodaphne(Sassafras)CA015540.3422,-120.7147,,AGL4|*
SusanvilleLassenCA40-30n 120-40WEocene Middleplants(22 species)CA015640.4175,-120.6542,,AGL4|*
Benedict CanyonLos AngelesCAS27,S34T1NR10W (PLSS location seems to have incorrect Range R15W would be more likely Lat-long taken as 34.1294 118.4405 on sec34-27 T1NR15W)MioceneModeloprotists-forams;vertebrates-fish(scales)CA015734.1294,-118.4405,S27;S34T1NR10W,AGL3?|*
CalabasasLos AngelesCA5 km S along Topanga-Dry Canyon RdMioceneVaqueros?CA015834.1236,-118.6312,,AGL3?|*
CalabasasLos AngelesCAOld Topanga Canyon Rd. From Summit down hill in many exposures [This exposure is probably Topanga Formation,not Vaqueros]MioceneVaqueros??CA015934.1302,-118.6357,,AGl63?|*
El SerenoLos AngelesCAarea exposures|Invertebrates in diatomite and mudstoneMiocenePuenteinvertebrates,plants-angiosperms-Magnoliaceae,Quercus(Oak),Salix(Willow);;vertebrates-fish(scales)CA016034.0794,-118.1781,,AGl63?|*
Elsmere CanyonLos AngelesCAPlioceneinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Astrodapsis;;mollusks-bivalvia-Chione;gastropoda-Cancellaria,TurrisCA016134.36,-118.4987,,AHl73|*
Exposition ParkLos AngelesCALA County Museum,Good displays of Rancho La Brea fossilsPleistocene?CA016234.0150,-118.2856,,AIm63?|*
Fossil Ridge ParkLos AngelesCAOwned by Santa Monica Mtns conservancy. N of junction of N Beverly Glen Blvd and Mullholland Drive. Accessible via Westpark Rd easement during certain hours. Presumably no collectinginvertebrates,vertebratesCA064034.1325,-118.4423,,AJm73|*
GlendoraLos AngelesCALat Lon used is downtown Glendora. Presumably site(s) is/are in the hills to North.MioceneTopangainvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-malacostraca-StomatopodaCA058734.136,-117.864,,AJl63?|*
Hancock ParkLos AngelesCAat corner of La Brea Blvd and Wilshire Blvd - La Brea Tar Pits. Pleistocene mammals. Displayed in Museum. No collectingPleistocenevertebrates-aves(birds)-Teratornis;mammals-artiodactyla-antilocapridae-Breameryx;camelidae-Camelops;,;carnivora-canidae-Canis;felidae-Felis(cats);saber_tooth_cats-Smilodon;usuridae-Tremarctotherium;,;eutheria-xenarthra-Nothrotherium;;perissodactyla-equidae-Equus;;pilosa-Megalonyx;proboscidea-Mammut,Mammuthus;(others)CA016434.0642,-118.3561,,AJl73?|*CA0164,CA0165,CA0185
La Brea Tar PitsLos AngelesCATar bedsPleistoceneinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta-coleopteraCA016534.0642,-118.3561,,AJl73?|*CA0164,CA0165,CA0185
LomitaLos AngelesCALomita quarry near intersection of Hawthorne Blvd and Wilmington Ave(Lomita Blvd?)Pleistoceneprotists-forams-CassidulinaCA016633.8160,-118.3514,,ALm83?|*
Long BeachLos AngelesCAat Signal HillPleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusksCA016733.7994,-118.1637,,AJm73?|*
Los AngelesLos AngelesCA3rd Street TunnelPliocenevertebrates-aves-MancallaCA016834.0544,-118.2534,,AKn83?|*
Los AngelesLos AngelesCACorner of 4th and Broadwayinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Astrangia;;;mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-Pecten;;gastropoda-Borsonia,Cancellaria,Siphonalia,Turris,(whelks)CA016934.0495,-118.2495,,ALn83?|*
Los AngelesLos AngelesCAIn excavation for underground parking garage under at LA County Museum of Art -- very large variety of fossils in 16 separate depositsPleistoceneinvertebrates-arthropoda,mollusks-bivalvia;;plants(leaves),vertebrates-aves(birds)(bones),mammalsCA0627http://www.hindu.com/seta/2009/01/08/stories/2009010850101400.htm34.0639,-118.3592,,ALn82?|*
MalibuLos AngelesCAExposures along hiking trails at Charmlee Park near Pt DumeMioceneTopanga|Vaquerosinvertebrates-mollusksCA0602http://www.csulb.edu/depts/geography/gdep/posters03/charmleegeology/34.0565,-118.8862,,AKm73|*
Malibu CanyonLos AngelesCAnw1/4 s19tt1sr17W (34.0717 118.7060 in canyon of Malibu Creek 1.5km SW of Monte Nido Fire Station)MioceneVaquerosinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Purpura,TegulaCA017034.0717,-118.7060, nw1/4 s19tt1sr17W,ALn73|*
Mint CanyonLos AngelesCAse1/4s30t5nr14w (34.4861 118.3840 at S end of ridge between Mint Canyon and canyon to East.)TertiaryMint Canyonvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-MiolabisCA017134.4861,-118.3840, se1/4s30t5nr14w,AKn82|*
NewhallLos AngelesCAElsmere Canyon (34.4861 118.3840 at S end of ridge between Mint Canyon and canyon to East.)Pliocene?CA017234.4861,-118.3840,se1/4s30t5nr14w,AJm82|*
Newhall RanchLos AngelesCAarea exposuresMioceneModeloinvertebrates-mollusks;plants,vertebrates-aves(birds)(bones),fishCA017334.4383,-118.6047,,AKm73|*
Newhall RanchLos AngelesCAarea exposuresMiocene-PlioceneTowsleyinvertebrates,vertebratesCA017434.4383,-118.6047,,ALm73|*
Pacific PalisadesLos AngelesCAIn Temescal (Long Wharf)CanyonPleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks-polyplacophora-Ischnochiton,LeptochitonCA017534.0410,-118.5326,,AKm73?|*
Pacific PalisadesLos AngelesCAin Temescal CanyonPliocene?CA017634.0410,-118.5326,,ALm73?|*
Palos VerdesLos AngelesCAIn George F Canyon in Sandstone lensMioceneMontereyinvertebrates-mollusks(55 species)CA017833.768,-118.335,,ALm73?|*
Palos VerdesLos AngelesCAarea exposuresvertebrates(marine)CA017733.77,-118.36,,ALl54?|*
PasadenaLos AngelesCAIn South PasadenaMioceneTopangainvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-malacostraca-StomatopodaCA058834.117,-118.151,,AMn63?|*
Pierce CollegeLos AngelesCAvertebrates(marine)-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)CA018034.185,-118.574,,ALm63?|*
Playa del ReyLos AngelesCANo modern references to this site. Presumably lost to development in the 1960s or soPleistocenevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)CA018233.961,-118.445,,ALn73?|*CA0182,CA0181
Playa del ReyLos AngelesCAvertebratesCA018133.961,-118.445,,ALn73?|*CA0182,CA0181
Point FerminLos AngelesCAIn shale exposures above beachplants(petrified wood),vertebrates-mammals-cetacea-(whales)(bones)CA018433.7050,-118.2931,,ALn73?|*CA0183,CA0184
Point FerminLos AngelesCAinvertebrates-mollusks-polyplacophora-CallistochitonCA018333.7050,-118.2931,,ALn73?|*CA0183,CA0184
Rancho La BreaLos AngelesCAWilshire Blvd,In Pleistocene tar pitsPleistocenevertebrates-aves(birds)-Teratornis;mammals(diverse)-carnivora-canidae-Canis;saber_tooth_cats-SmilodonCA018534.0642,-118.3561,,ALn83?|*CA0164,CA0165,CA0185
San Fernando TunnelLos AngelesCAW side. Assumed to be the SP railroad Newhall Tunnel purportedly in Newhall Passinvertebrates(marine)CA0606An American Geological Railway Guide P32134.3464,-118.5103,,AJm83?|*
San PedroLos AngelesCACrayfish Georges's in road cut at intersection of 22nd St and Marina Drive|very diverse mollusks in 30cm bedPleistoceneSan Pedroinvertebrates-mollusks(diverse)CA018733.7244,-118.2845,,ALn82?|*
San PedroLos AngelesCAIn bank below Harbor freeway near Gibson BlvdPleistoceneSan Pedro sand |Palos Verdes sandinvertebrates-mollusks(abundant)CA018833.7647,-118.2826,,AMn82?|*
San PedroLos AngelesCAIn lower part of city in Pleistocene exposures in road cutsPleistoceneinvertebrates-echinoderms(sand_dollars),mollusks-bivalvia-(clams),(mussels),Ostrea,(scallops)CA018933.7328,-118.2933,,ALm73?|*
San PedroLos AngelesCAat Berth 73 near the intersection of 22nd St and Signal St in San Pedro Fm (Timms Point Silt Member)PleistoceneTimms Point-CA019033.7271,-118.2749,,ALm82?|*
San PedroLos AngelesCAdowntown on 2nd StreetPleistoceneTimms Pointinvertebrates-mollusks(68 species);vertebrates-fishCA019133.7424,-118.2924,,ALm73?|*
San PedroLos AngelesCAin area marine outcropsPleistocene?CA019333.733,-118.293,,AKl63?|*
San PedroLos AngelesCAnear Bay end (What's 'Bay end'?)invertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-CerithiopsisCA019433.7328,-118.2933,,AKl53?|*
San PedroLos AngelesCAvertebratesCA018633.733,-118.293,,AKl43?|*
San Pedro(Spanish Bight)Los AngelesCA14.4 km NE of intersection of Gaffey and Channel. Seems improbable. 1.44km usedPleistocene UpperPalos Verdes Sandinvertebrates(marine) (150 taxa)CA0206Surely Spanish Bight was in San Diego Bay and was filled in 194133.7389,-118.2789,,ALl64?|*
San Pedro(Timms Pt)Los AngelesCALong since built over, dredged, bulldozed, etc ... Location was near the modern corner of 14th Street and South Harbor Blvd in San PedroPleistoceneTimms Pointprotists-forams-CassidulinaCA0207http://bigorangelandmarks.blogspot.com/2008/08/no-171-site-of-timms-landing.html33.7296,-118.2751,,AJm83?|*
San Pedro(Timms Pt)Los AngelesCAin E San Pedro at Timms PointPleistoceneTimms Pointinvertebrates-mollusksCA019233.7296,-118.2751,,AJm83?|*
Santa MonicaLos AngelesCAvertebratesCA019534.021,-118.488,,AKl54?|*
Santa Monica MountainsLos AngelesCAAlong Dixie Canyon Avenue S34T1NR15W??,CA in very extensive exposures (34.1278N,-118.4386W On crest of mountains about 1km E of Stone Canyon Reservoir)MioceneModeloplants-algae-diatomsCA019734.1278,-118.4386,S34T1NR15W??CA,AMn82|*
Santa Monica MountainsLos AngelesCAAlong Mullholland Drive near Las Virgines Drive in shales and sandstonesMioceneTopangainvertebrates-mollusksCA019834.1041,-118.7111,,ALm73?|*
Santa Monica MountainsLos AngelesCAAlong trail W of Tapia Park-moldsMioceneTopangainvertebrates-mollusks(molds)CA058934.0857,-118.7066,,ALm73?|*
Santa Monica MountainsLos AngelesCAIn roadcut on Mulholland Drive just E of I405MioceneMontereyvertebrates-fishCA059034.1299,-118.4689,,AMn82?|*
Santa Monica MountainsLos AngelesCAIn roadcuts on Mulholland Drive E of I405MioceneTopangainvertebrates-mollusks;vertebrates(marine)(bones)CA059134.1299,-118.4689,,AMn82?|*
Santa Monica MountainsLos AngelesCAOn Mullholland Drive E of San Diego Freeway near Fire StationMiocenevertebrates-fishCA020234.1271,-118.4061,,AMn83?|*
Santa Monica MountainsLos AngelesCAOn North slopes in shales|well preserved fishMioceneModelovertebrates-fish(occasional)(small)CA020334.1299,-118.4722,,ANo73?|*
Santa Monica MountainsLos AngelesCASepulveda Canyon N of Mullholland DriveMioceneModelovertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-LampanyctusCA020434.1300,-118.4749,,AMn83?|*
Santa Monica MountainsLos AngelesCACretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA019634.095,-118.5428,,AIL54?|*
Soledad PassLos AngelesCAne1/4s31t5nr12w (34.4768 118.1712 N side of Soledad Canyon Road about 2km E of Acton)vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Etringus,Rogenio[?]CA0205No citations for 'Rogenio (bowersi)' 05052234.4768,-118.1712,ne1/4s31t5nr12w,AKl53?|*
Topanga CanyonLos AngelesCAin roadcuts on Old Topanga Canyon road E of Mulholland driveMioceneTopangainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,gastropodaCA020834.0938,-118.6102,,AMm83?|*
Topanga Canyon VillageLos AngelesCAW on Saddle Peak many fossiliferous exposuresMioceneTopanga?CA020934.0751,-118.6282,,AOl72|*
West CovinaLos AngelesCASan Jose HillsMioceneModelovertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Bathylagus,Ganolytes?,Lampanyctus?,Plectrites?CA0210http://Westcovinafossils.org34.0322,-117.8970,,AKk54?|*
White's PointLos AngelesCAPleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-CerithiopsisCA021133.7146,-118.3168,,AKm72|*
Woodland HillsLos AngelesCAarea road cutsCretaceous?CA021234.165,-118.610,,ALm63?|*
BolinasMarinCAIn Sea Cliff on beachPlioceneinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-NassaCA021337.9094,-122.6853,,ALm73?|*
Bolinas BayMarinCAse1/4s24t1nr8w (37.9109 122.6844 somewhere near the entrance to Bolinas Lagoon)MioceneMonterey Shalevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-CarcharodonCA021437.9109,-122.6844,se1/4s24t1nr8w,ALm73|*
Marin HeadlandsMarinCANear Golden Gate Bridge termination -- generally unfossiliferous - but ammonoidea in at least two localitiesMesozoicFranciscaninvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA021537.8266,-122.4814,,ALm73|*
Millerton PtMarinCAAlong NE shore of Tomales Bay between Millerton Pt and Tom's Pt in sea cliffsPleistoceneMillertoninvertebrates-mollusks(47 species)CA021638.1150,-122.8500,,AKk64|*
-Marin|SonomaCAbetween Santa Rosa Valley and Pacific CoastPliocene UpperMercedinvertebrates-mollusksCA021738.3869,-122.8958,,AJj24|*
Merced RiverMariposaCALeft Bank 400 meters below Old Benton Mill Site sw1/2s6t4sr17e - Gold Bearing Jurassic slates (37.6125 120.1454 Near River about 2km NE of Williams Peak.)Jurassicinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Amusium,Aucella,Pholadomya;cephalopoda-belemnoideaCA021837.6125,-120.1454, sw1/2s6t4sr17e,AMl73|*
-MendocinoCACretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA022139.4107,-123.3435,location:Willits.CA,AGg15|*
Gualala[?]MendocinoCAsw1/4s27t11nr15w (38.7709 123.5280 a few hundred meters N and E of Gualala)CretaceousGualala[?]invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Coralliochama;gastropoda-SolariumCA0220Original says Wallala|Guala assumed to be 'Valhalla/Gualala' a stream in that area38.7709,-123.5280,sw1/4s27t11nr15w,AMm73?|*
Round ValleyMendocinoCAs6t21nr12w (39.7064 123.2414 N of Middle Fork of Eel River several km S of Round Valley)EoceneCapayinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaCA021939.7064,-123.2414,s6t21nr12w,ALm73|*
GustineMercedCAalong hills on W side of San Joaquin Valley in gulliesCretaceousMorenoinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,gastropoda;;vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-Prosaurolophus;plesiosauria-elasmosauridae-Elasmosaurus;;pterosauria-Pteranodon;squamata-mosasauridae-PlotosaurusCA022236.3461,-120.7553,,AJm73?|*
Pacheco PassMercedCAAt E end in se1/4s21t10sr7e (37.0420 121.1994 2.5km ESE of Pacheco Pass near Mammoth Lake)CretaceousChico (CA)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,gastropoda-LunatiaCA022337.0420,-121.1994, se1/4s21t10sr7e,ALm82|*CA0223,CA0224
Pacheco Pass AreaMercedCACretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA022437.0653,-121.2248,,AKl74|*CA0223,CA0224
AlturasModocCAAlturas Fauna 41-30n 120-35WMiocene Upperplants(7 species)CA022541.4872,-120.5414,,AIk44?|*
CanbyModocCAUpper Cedarville-Pit River Fauna 41-22n 121-4WMiocene Upperplants(21 species)CA022641.4439,-120.8692,,AKl63?|*
BridgeportMonoCAAt RR Tunnel--This was pussibly on the long defunct Carson and Colorado RR that at one time ran from Carson City, NV largely near the modern US395 to Keeler on the East side of Owens Lake.Cretaceousinvertebrates-mollusksCA0612An American Geological Railway Guide P32538.255,-119.229,,Akl54?|*
-MontereyCACretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA023336.333,-121.245,,AIi45?|*
MontereyMontereyCA300 meters from trail at Jack's Peakinvertebrates-mollusks(shells);plants(leaves)CA022736.5621,-121.8768,,Akn83|*CA0227,CA0228,CA0229
MontereyMontereyCAE,At Jacks Peak in Jacks Peak Park on Jacks Peak Rd off CA68. Take Skyline Trail 500m to Coffeyberry Trail. Best exposures on Coffeyberry Trail. No CollectingMioceneAguajitoinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-decapoda-brachyura-Pinnixa;;;;;plants(leaves),vertebrates-fish(uncommon)CA0228http://www.gtlsys.com/Leaves/Leaves.html36.5621,-121.8768,,Akn83|*CA0227,CA0228,CA0229
MontereyMontereyCAIn shales down trail from West parking lot at Jack's Peakinvertebrates-mollusks(shells);plants(leaves)CA022936.5621,-121.8768,,Akn83|*CA0227,CA0228,CA0229
Monterey BranchMonterey?CAIn tertiary beds over graniteTertiaryinvertebrates-mollusks?(shells)CA0619The Monterey Branch was the original 19th century SP rail right of way into MontereyAn American Geological Railway Guide P32736.6037,-121.8941,,AMm64|*
Stone Canyon Coal MineMontereyCA8 km NW in nw1/4s6t22sr13e (36.0476 120,6184 in Slack Canyon 1.6km SW of Squaw Peak)MioceneVaquerosinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Scutella?CA023036.0476,-120.6184, nw1/4s6t22sr13e,AIn83|*
Vaqueros CanyonMontereyCAAlong Ridge between Vaqueros and Reliz Canyons in nw1/4s26t20sr6e (36.1659 121.2922 on E side of Canyon of Renz Creek Vaqueros Creek is parallel to Renz Creek about 2 km to the West)Miocene LowerVaquerosinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Mytilus;gastropoda-SolenosteiraCA023136.1659,-121.2922, nw1/4s26t20sr6e,AJm73|*
Vaqueros CanyonMontereyCAN end of road along W side of divide. Description doesn't seem right. Lat Lon used is at slightly W of N end of Vaqueros Creekvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-AntigoniaCA0232Antigonia is Antigona in the original36.262,-121.339,,AJm74?|*
KnoxvilleNapaCAOn road from Reed to Royal Quicksilver mine in n1/2s34t11nr5w (38.7633 122.3992 1.5km N of Devils Head Peak and 1.5km NE of Big Basin)CretaceousKnoxvilleinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda(aptychus)CA0234It's not clear what Aptychus are. Best guess is either jaw pieces or opercula of some fossil cephalopoda.38.7633,-122.3992, n1/2s34t11nr5w,AJn72|*
Rag CanyonNapaCAThere apparently is a Rag Canyon in the Napa Valley area, but the name seems not to have been used much since the 19th Century and does not seem to appear on modern mapsCretaceous UpperChico (CA)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-ArcaCA023538.3653,-122.1292,location:Lake Curry.CA,AGi45?|*
Buckeye Flat DiggingsNevadaCAAuriferous gravels--Closed to collectingEocene Middleplants(petrified wood)CA0236http://inyo.coffeecup.com/site/sf/fieldtrip5.html38.9238,-120.7980,,ALn73|*
Nevada CityNevadaCARemington Hill Fauna 39-17n 120-45WMiocene Upperplants(32 species)CA023739.246,-120.963,,AKm73?|*
Scotts Flat ReservoirNevadaCAIn a layer of chocolate clay shales at the top of the mother load beds of auriferous gravels at Sailor Flat. The fossils are of real scientific interest and should not be casually collected. Several sites on private land and in Tahoe Natl Forest|Chalk Bluff flora. unmineralized leaves - Many Species-Cinnamon,Laurel,Sycamore,(petrified wood)EoceneChalk Bluff (California)plants(diverse)(leaves)-angiosperms-Cinnamomum,laurel,(petrified wood),Platanus(Sycamore)CA023839.2737,-120.9314,,AKn73|*
-OrangeCANumerous (at least 19) localitiesMioceneCapistranovertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-(teeth)(abundant)CA026033.525,-117.722,,AJj44?|*CA0260,CA0261
-OrangeCAexposed discontinuously along coast from Newport to San Clemente as far inland as El ToroPlioceneCapistranoinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;;brachiopoda,echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusks;protists-foramsCA026133.525,-117.722,,AJj44?|*CA0260,CA0261
-OrangeCAin road cuts along the Eastern toll Road fossils from various formationsTertiary-CA026333.5992,-117.7721,,AKk44|*
-OrangeCAin road cuts along the Eastern toll Road from various formationsCretaceous-CA026233.5992,-117.7721,,AKk44|*
Abalone PointOrangeCA4 km N 21deg E in n1/2s14t7sr9w (PLSS Location is about 2km NE of Abalone Point in Emerald Canyon 33.5690 117.7880)MioceneVaquerosinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-ModiolusCA023933.5690,-117.7880, n1/2s14t7sr9w,AMm72|*
CarbondaleOrangeCAAt the now defunct town of Carbondale at the Mouth of Silverado Canyon in coal beds{9}. Not to be confused with Carbondale in Amador County.PaleoceneSilverado (California)plantsCA024033.7533,-117.6764,,AMm73|*
El ToroOrangeCAIn Miocene vertebrates(marine) at Leisure World development. Now built oververtebrates(marine)CA024233.6103,-117.7303,,AMm73?|*
El ToroOrangeCAMiocene-PlioceneCapistranoinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;;echinoderms,mollusks;protists-foramsCA024133.6103,-117.7303,,AMm73?|*
Ladd CanyonOrangeCAin Limestone on East ForkJurassicBedford Canyoninvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea(sparse)CA024333.7650,-117.6053,,ALm73?|*
Ladd CanyonOrangeCAin gray LimestoneCarboniferous?invertebrates-cnidaria-corals;echinoderms,mollusks-bivalvia,gastropodaCA024433.7650,-117.6053,,ALm73?|*
Laguna HillsOrangeCAVia Lomas between Moulton Parkway and Alicia Parkway in white limestone outcrop. Orange County historic siteMioceneinvertebrates-mollusks;vertebrates(marine)CA0638http://www.ci.laguna-hills.ca.us/about/fossil_reef_park.asp33.5901,-117.7061,,AMn74|*
Lake ForestOrangeCAIn dry wash in reefMioceneTopangainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-PectenCA024533.6484,-117.6907,,AMn74|*
Mission ViejoOrangeCAPlioceneNiguelinvertebrates-mollusks(shells)(abundant)CA024733.597,-117.672,,ALm73?|*
NewportOrangeCAshell beds in ravinesPleistocene?CA024933.6224,-117.9232,,ANn83?|*
NewportOrangeCAMiocene-PlioceneCapistranoinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;;echinoderms,mollusks;protists-foramsCA024833.6224,-117.9232,,ANn83?|*
Newport BayOrangeCAProbable Newport FormationPlioceneNewport (California)?vertebratesCA025033.6224,-117.9232,,AMm73?|*
Newport BeachOrangeCAIn cliffs along CA1PleistocenePalos Verdes Sand-CA025133.6224,-117.9232,,ANn83?|*
Newport BeachOrangeCAon private land not currently accessiblePlioceneNewport (California)invertebrates-mollusks(shells);vertebrates-aves(birds)CA025233.604,-117.905,,ALl64?|*
Plano TrabucoOrangeCAW end e1/2s28t6sr7w (33.6217 117.6107 in Plano Trabuco Canyon 3km NE of Mission Viejo)Miocene LowerVaquerosinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaCA025333.6217,-117.6107, W1/2w1/2e1/2s28t6sr7w,ALl63|*
San ClementeOrangeCAN along coastMiocene-PlioceneCapistranoinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;;echinoderms,mollusks;protists-foramsCA025433.430,-117.630,,AKk63?|*
San Joaquin HillsOrangeCAIn exposures on West side of hillsMioceneTopangavertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals-cetacea(whales)(bones)(partial skeletons),(others)CA059233.6117,-117.8358,,AMm73?|*
Santa Ana MountainsOrangeCA8km N of Fall Brook RR StationCretaceous-CA0623An American Geological Railway Guide P32733.750,-117.542,,AJl64|*
Santa Ana MountainsOrangeCACretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA025633.750,-117.542,,AJj24|*
Santiago CanyonOrangeCAsw1/4s8t5sr7w (PLSS loc is in Silverado Canyon just outside the community of Silverado. Santiago Canyon is several kilometers to the South)(33.7499 117.6375 a few hundred meters NW of Silverado)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Pectunculus,PholadomyaCA025733.7499,-117.6375, sw1/4s8t5sr7w,AKn82?|*
Silverado CanyonOrangeCAleft side in basal conglomerate 300m above Sea Level sw1/4s8t5sr7w (33.7499 117.6375 a few hundred meters NW of Silverado)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-TrigonarcaCA025833.7499,-117.6375,sw1/4s8t5sr7w,AKn83|*
Silverado CanyonOrangeCAns1/4s17t5sr7w (ns1/4 is hopeless. Used N1/2 coordinates 33.7410 117.6338 about 1km S of Silverado)invertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-SchloenbachiaCA025933.7410,-117.6338, ns1/4s17t5sr7w,AKn83?|*
ColfaxPlacerCAAt Chalk Bluffs 39-15n 120-52WEocene Lowerplants(71 species)CA026439.101,-120.952,,AIl63?|*
-PlumasCAMohawk Fauna 39-46n 120-38WMiocene Middleplants(13 species)CA027639.7674,-120.6340,,AGk54|*
LaPortePlumasCA39-42n 120WOligocene Lowerplants(41 species)CA026539.6993,-120.0002,,AIl54|*
Mount JuraPlumasCAIn Hinchman Ravine N toward Mt Jurainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Trigonia;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-SonniniaCA0266'Papilliceras'='Sonninia'40.0549,-120.7831,,AJm83|*
Mount JuraPlumasCAN Slopeinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-LimaCA026740.0817,-120.7885,,AJm73|*
Mount JuraPlumasCANW of Mount Jura near Deadfall Lane. Deadfall lane is apparently near the junction of North Valley Rd and Diamond Mountain Roadinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-GervilliaCA026840.1011,-120.8397,,AJm73|*
Mount JuraPlumasCASW Slopeinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-GryphaeaCA0269'Originally Glyphaea-a rare Jurassic Shrimp. Gryphaea is known to be present at Mt Jura so assummed a misspelling40.0624,-120.8164,,AJm73|*
Mount JuraPlumasCASW of Mt Jura on slopes of Indian Creekinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-PinnaCA027040.0615,-120.8251,,AJm83|*
Mount JuraPlumasCASW slope in ravine in SW1/4s36t26nr10e (40.0668 120.8159 about 1km SW of peak of Mount Jura)JurassicMormoninvertebrates-brachiopoda-Ornithella;mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-PapillicerasCA027140.0668,-120.8159, SW1/4s36t26nr10e,AJm82|*
Mount JuraPlumasCAmany area exposures?CA027240.0695,-120.7973,,AJm53|*
TaylorsvillePlumasCA4 km SSE along banks of Montgomery Creek Sw1/4s11t26nr10e (40.1241 120.8302 on Keddie Ridge about 5km N of Taylorsville) in lenses of cherty limestone exposed sporadicallyOrdovician-SilurianMontgomery (California) Limestoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Orthis;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Zaphrentis;tabulata-Halysites,Heliolites,Syringopora;;;mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-Ormoceras;;;porifera(sponges)-(sponges?),stromatoporoidea-StromatoporaCA0273Heliolites was Heliotispubs.usgs.gov/bul/0353/report.pdf40.1241,-120.8302, Sw1/4s11t26nr10e,AKm62|*
TaylorsvillePlumasCA5 km NE in S fork of Foreman's Ravine ne1/4s30t26nr11e (40.0870 120.7850 On South Fork of Forman Ravine roughly 5km NE of Taylorsville)JurassicForemaninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-TrigoniaCA027440.0870,-120.7850, ne1/4s30t26nr11e,AJm82|*
TaylorsvillePlumasCAon Mt Jura above County ParkJurassicHardgrave[?] Sandstoneinvertebrates-mollusks;plants(leaves)CA0275There is a county park on the lower slope of Mt Jura about 500m East of Taylorsville. Haven't found a description of the rock sequence there40.0746,-120.8294,,ALn83?|*
Cambridge?Riverside?CA?Mammal Reference LocationMiocene(Hemphill)vertebrates-mammalsCA0001-This entry seems to be specious. There doesn't seem to be a Cambridge in California. The major Hemphill age(Pliocene) site in California seems to be Mt Eden,Riverside County. Neither does there seem to be a Cambridge elsewhere in North America with Hemphill faunae.33.8926,-117.0440,location:Mt Eden.CA,AGg44?|*
ElsinoreRiversideCAat NW end of San Jacinto MountainsPlioceneMount EdenplantsCA027733.6667,-117.3281,,AKl43?|*
Elsinore QuadrangleRiversideCAsw1/4s24t3sr2w (33.8926 117.0440 At Mt Eden about 1km SE of Eden Hot Springs)Pliocene LowerMount Edenvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Pliauchenia,Procamelus;Prosthennops;carnivora-usuridae-Hyaenarctos;;lagomorpha-leporidae-Hypolagus;;perissodactyla-equidae-Pliohippus;;proboscidea-Mastodon,TrilophodonCA027833.8926,-117.0440,sw1/4s24t3sr2w,AKm62|*
McBride CanyonRiversideCAIn Santa Ana Mountains in Limestone near head of canyonJurassicBedford Canyoninvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea(sparse)CA0246http://www.jstor.org/pss/130152733.7803,-117.5476,S31t4sr6w,AKm63|*
RiversideRiversideCAMount Edenvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-antilocapridae-TexocerosCA0279Formation is said to be well exposed S of Beaumont at West end of San Gorgonio Pass. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.910,-116.981,,AJl53?|*
San Gorgonio PassRiversideCA2 km W of Thousand Palms CanyonPlioceneImperialinvertebrates-mollusksCA028033.8450,-116.3380,,AKl73?|*CA0280,CA0284
San JacintoRiversideCABautista Creek areavertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-TapirusCA0281CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.6192,-116.7517,,AJm63?|*
San JacintoRiversideCAsw1/4sw1/4s25t5sr1e (33.7030 116.8381 on Ridge on N side of Bautista Creek about 1km N of the mouth of Blackburn Canyon)PleistoceneBautistavertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae-EquusCA028233.7030,-116.8381, sw1/4sw1/4s25t5sr1e,AJm72|*
Whitewater CanyonRiversideCAIn E wall of Canyon near mouthPlioceneImperial-CA028333.9471,-116.6376,,AJm73|*
Willis PalmsRiversideCA2 km W of Thousand Palms CanyonPlioceneImperialinvertebrates-mollusksCA028433.8450,-116.3380,,AKl73?|*CA0280,CA0284
WinchesterRiversideCASE in magnesite quarry in marble|A single fossilCarboniferous-CA028533.6891,-117.0723,,AJm73?|*
Alexander HillsSan BernardinoCANannofossils in 12.Ma-1.4Ma stromatolites and algal mats in partially silicified dolomitesPrecambrianBeck Springs Dolomiteplants-algae(abundant taxa)CA0595http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0022-3360%28197807%2952%3A4%3C767%3ABOTLPB%3E2.0.CO%3B2-W&size=SMALL&origin=JSTOR-reducePage35.7661,-116.1136,,AJk53|*
AvawatzSan BernardinoCACIT Quarry CIT 267; SBCM 1.70.1 35.416111 -116.24360MioceneAvawatz-CA0624miomap.berkeley.edu/Locality.xls35.4161,-116.2436,,AJk73|*
BakerSan BernardinoCASmall hills next to the I15 access roadPermianBird Springinvertebrates-brachiopodaCA028735.2598,-116.0856,,AKn83?|*
BakerSan BernardinoCAplants-(petrified wood)(palms)CA028635.2657,-116.0749,,ALl64?|*
Baldwin LakeSan BernardinoCANE in LimestoneMississippianFurnaceinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Dictyoclostus,spiriferida-Spirifer;;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-CaniniaCA028834.2900,-116.7908,,ALm73?|*
BarstowSan BernardinoCA15 km NW in e1/2s32t11nr2w (35.0017 117.1040 3km S of Fossil Bed Road about 6km W of N end of Waterman Hills)MioceneBarstowvertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae-MerychippusCA029235.0017,-117.1040, e1/2s32t11nr2w,AKm73|*
BarstowSan BernardinoCA18 km N of Black MountainCretaceous-CA0293Unlikely that this is Cretaceous. If marine,is probably Paleozoic or Triassic. If terrestrial,probably Miocene or quaternary35.1414,-117.2700,,AIl44?|*
BarstowSan BernardinoCAMammal Reference LocationMioceneBarstowvertebrates-mammalsCA028934.894,-117.016,,AIi44?|*
BarstowSan BernardinoCASW1/4s31t11nr1e (34.9984 116.9206 S of Irwin Road about 8km E of Calico Mountians National Recreation Lands)MioceneMojavevertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae-Parahippus;;;(others)CA0294CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.9984,-116.9206,SW1/4s31t11nr1e,AIk83|*
BarstowSan BernardinoCAn1/2s33t11nr2w (35.0057 117.0903 3km W of N end of Waterman Hills)MioceneBarstowvertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae-MerychippusCA0295CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.0057,-117.0903,n1/2s33t11nr2w,AIk73|*
BarstowSan BernardinoCAnw1/4s6t11nr1e (35.0794 116.9205 in Calico Mountains about 10km SW of Paradise Range)MioceneMojavevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-MerycodusCA0296CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.0794,-116.9205,nw1/4s6t11nr1e,AIk73|*
BarstowSan BernardinoCAsw1/4s31t11nr1w (34.9971 117.0250 On S side of Fossil Bed Road about 2km NW of Irwin Road)MioceneMojavevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-AlticamelusCA0297CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.9971,-117.0250,sw1/4s31t11nr1w,AIk73|*
BarstowSan BernardinoCAMiocene UpperBarstowvertebrates-mammalsCA029034.894,-117.016,,AIi44?|*
BarstowSan BernardinoCAMiocene?Barstowvertebrates-mammalsCA029134.894,-117.016,,AIi44?|*
Bassett PointSan BernardinoCAIn extensive badlands exposed below point. I15 to Harvard off Ramp,East 5.3 km,Right across tracks,Straight 500 meters,Left 3.2 km,Left 650 meters to Parking area. Collecting is by BLM permit onlyPleistocene UpperManixinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda(5 species);;mollusks(11 species);vertebrates-aves(birds)(25 species),fish(2 species),mammals(21 species)-artiodactyla-camelidae;carnivora,perissodactyla-equidae(horses);pilosa(sloths),proboscidea(mammoths);reptilia-turtlesCA0298Collecting is by BLM permit only34.9498,-116.5816,,AIk74|*
CadizSan BernardinoCA2 km N 28 degrees E on N side of Canyon in green-gray shaleCambrianLathaminvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-olenellidae-Olenellus(Paedeumias)CA029934.6002,-115.5523,,AIk83?|*
CadizSan BernardinoCA3 km ENE in SE extremity of Marble MountainsCambrianCadiz Shaleinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Acrocephalites,Anomocarella,bathyuridae-Bathyuriscus;CorynexochusCA0300Link to boundaries of trilobite Wilderness area http://www.blm.gov/ca/pa/wilderness/wilderness_pdfs/legal_descriptions/trilobite.pdf34.5804,-115.4924,,AIk63?|*
CadizSan BernardinoCAA small hill North of the Ship Mountains SE of Cadiz CAPermianBird Springinvertebrates-brachiopodaCA030134.5083,-115.4210,,AKm63?|*
Cady MountainsSan BernardinoCASW side of range 24 km E of NewberryMiocenevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae,oreodontidae;carnivora-mustelidaeCA030234.9073,-116.4235,,AIl54|*
Cajon PassSan BernardinoCAin marine bedsCretaceous Uppervertebrates-reptilia-plesiosauria(bones)CA030334.3258,-117.4275,,AKl73|*
CalicoSan BernardinoCA5.8km E at mine tailings on Mule Canyon Rd at site of abandoned Borate mine-petroliferous limestone nodulesMioceneBarstowinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta(larvae)(microscopic)CA0639Most insects are tiny and silicified. Can be recovered with strong acidshttp://www.desertusa.com/animals/find-fossil-insects.html34.9530,-116.8183,,AKm72|*
ChamblessSan BernardinoCA5 km NE S Slope in buff LimestoneCambrianinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-DolichometopusCA030434.5914,-115.5298,,AKm73|*SITES/CAMARBLE
ChamblessSan BernardinoCA5 km NE in Limestone Ridge W side ne1/4s20t6nr14e (34.5941 115.5292 8km N of Chambless Store which was at junction of National Trails Hwy and Cadiz Road)CambrianLathaminvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-olenellidae-Olenellus(Mesonacis)CA0305'Mesonacis' is apparently a synonym for 'Olenellus'34.5941,-115.5292,ne1/4s20t6nr14e,AKm73|*
HectorSan BernardinoCA6.5 km N on SW side of Cady Mountainsvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae,oreodontidae;carnivoraCA0306CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.8420,-116.4334,,AIm73?|*
HinkleySan BernardinoCA18 km NE in nw1/4s4t10nr1w (34.9903 116.9717 Adjacent to Irwin Road about 1.5km NW of East border of Calico Mountains Nat Recreation lands)Miocene UpperBarstowvertebrates-mammals-rodentia-Peromyscus(deer mice),sciuridae-Eutamias(chipmunks)CA030734.9903,-116.9717, nw1/4s4t10nr1w,AJm72|*
KelsoSan BernardinoCA6 km E on trail from Tough Nut Mine to mine WorkingsCambrian Lowerinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-olenellidae-Olenellus(Mesonacis)CA030835.0138,-115.5696,,AKm73?|*
KelsoSan BernardinoCANorthwest. There appear to be several small Cambrian outcrops on the California State Geologic at the Northwest end of Old Dad Mountain. If those are the locality a map would probably be a good idea for anyone looking for the siteCambrianLatham?CA0309http://www.quake.ca.gov/gmaps/GAM/kingman/kingman.html35.1120,-115.7732,,AKm73|*
Kingston RangeSan BernardinoCANannofossils in 1.2Ma-1.4Ma stromatolites and algal mats in partially silicified dolomitesPrecambrianBeck Springs Dolomiteplants-algae-(abundant taxa)CA0596http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0022-3360%28197807%2952%3A4%3C767%3ABOTLPB%3E2.0.CO%3B2-W&size=SMALL&origin=JSTOR-reducePage35.7842,-115.9011,,AJj63?|*CA0310,CA0596
Kingston Range?San BernardinoCAIn a chert layerProterozoicBeck Springs DolomiteprotistsCA031035.7842,-115.9011,,AJj63|*CA0310,CA0596
Marble MountainsSan BernardinoCA16 km East of Amboy. East side of Range at the Southern tipCambrian LowerChamblessinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;(others)CA031134.5298,-115.4682,,AKm73?|*
Marble MountainsSan BernardinoCA16 km East of Amboy. East side of Range at the Southern tipCambrian LowerLathaminvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;(others)CA031234.5298,-115.4682,,AKm73?|*
Marble MountainsSan BernardinoCA16 km East of Amboy. East side of Range at the Southern tipCambrian MiddleCadiz Shaleinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;(others)CA031334.5298,-115.4682,,AKm73?|*
Marble MountainsSan BernardinoCAEast of Amboy,North of old US 66 below highest peak in rangeCambrian?CA031434.6059,-115.5576,,AKm73|*
Marble MountainsSan BernardinoCAEast of Amboy,West side of Range about 1 km N of South end of rangeCambrianLatham?CA031534.5351,-115.4751,,AKm73|*
Mescal RangeSan BernardinoCAJurassicAztecichnofossils-tracks-arthropodipedida-Octopodichnus;reptilipedia-Brasilichnium,Navahopus,PteraichnusCA0628Navahopus originally Navajopushttp://keckgeology.org/files/pdf/symvol/11th/Utah/charette.pdf35.4414,-115.5521,,AKm63|*
Mojave DesertSan BernardinoCAA various locations-Barstow-North End,Black Hill,Camp Quarry,Chert Ridge,Deep Quarry,Hidden Hollow,Leader Quarry,May Day Quarry,Ness Quarry,New Hope Quarry,New Years Quarry,Old Mill Quarry ..Miocene (Barstow)Barstowvertebrates-aves(birds)(bones),mammals(abundant)CA0316CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionSee Barstow sites at http://paleo.amnh.org/fossil/rock.html for more details35.0,-117.55,,AHh15?|*
Mojave DesertSan BernardinoCAin nodules deposited in 125 sites along 480 km of ancient lakesMioceneBriones|Cierboinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta(silicified);;plantsCA031735.0,-117.55,,AHh15|*
Mountain PassSan BernardinoCAJurassicAztecvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(tracks)CA031835.4730,-115.5446,,AKm64|*
NewberrySan BernardinoCA22.4 km E in Hector Fm on SW side of Cady Mountains,6.4 km N of Hector siding on AT+SF RRvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae,oreodontidae;carnivora-mustelidaeCA031934.8420,-116.4334,,AIm73?|*
Providence MountainsSan BernardinoCAAt Providence Mine in se1/2s17t11nr14w (35.0341 115.5084 Should be R14E -- Appears to be in Summit Wash about 1500m W of Summit Spring)Cambrian Lowerinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-olenellidae-Olenellus(Paedeumias)CA032035.0341,-115.5084,se1/2s17t11nr14w,AIk73|*
Providence MountainsSan BernardinoCAEast of Kelso,In strip along W side of rangeCambrian?CA032135.0303,-115.5272,,AIk63?|*
Rainbow BasinSan BernardinoCAMioceneBarstowvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae(tracks);perissodactyla-equidae(horses)(bones)CA032235.018,-117.036,,AJn53|*
Salt Spring HillsSan BernardinoCANorth of Baker,CACambrianLatham?CA032435.5998,-116.2741,,AHk53?|*
Salt Spring HillsSan BernardinoCACambrian LowerWood Canyonincertidae-VolborthellaCA032335.5998,-116.2741,,AHk53?|*
San Gorgonio PassSan BernardinoCAto EastPleistocenevertebrates-mammals-proboscidea-Mammuthus(bones)(teeth)CA032533.917,-116.750,,AJl44?|*
VictorvilleSan BernardinoCAE in Limestone ConglomeratePennsylvanian-Permianinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Meekella;mollusks-bivalvia-Heritschia;gastropoda-Omphalotrochus?CA032634.551,-117.249,,AJk43?|*
YermoSan BernardinoCA8 km N in SE part of Calico Mountains 500 meters E of Mule Canyon Road. Disk shaped concretions (button beds) in petroliferous LimestoneMioceneinvertebrates-arthropoda(small)(silicified)-arachnida-(spiders);crustacea-branchiopoda-anostraca(fairy_shrimp);;insecta,(others)CA032734.946,-116.835,,AKn63?|*
YermoSan BernardinoCA8km EMiocene (Barstow)Barstowvertebrates-aves(birds)(bones),mammals-artiodactyla-antilocapridae-Merriamoceros;camelidae-aepycamelinae,Paramiolabis,(Pliolabis?);Rakomeryx,;carnivora-Pseudaelurus;perissodactyla-equidae-MerychippusCA0328Paramiolabis originally Merychenia. Pliolabis is a dubious taxonSee Barstow sites at http://paleo.amnh.org/fossil/rock.html for more details34.9953,-116.8375,,AJk73?|*
CarlsbadSan DiegoCAIn excavations for College Blvd NW of the Palomar Airport and other area exposures including Letterbox CanyonCretaceousPoint Lomainvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-decapoda,ostracoda;;mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda,gastropoda,scaphopoda;;protists-forams;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks);;reptilia-dinosauria-ornithischia-ankylosauriaCA0631Material is probably inaccessible,but future development may expose similar beds in areahttp://www.jstor.org/pss/130639533.1274,-117.2999,,AKm72|*
Chula VistaSan DiegoCA5 km E in fossil canyonPlioceneSan Diego?CA032932.639,-117.023,,AKk63?|*
Cockatoo GroveSan DiegoCAjust WPlioceneSan Diegoinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Dendraster;;mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-PectenCA033032.6431,-116.9831,,AKm73|*
CoronadoSan DiegoCAat Spanish BightPleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,pectinidae-Pecten;;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)CA0331Spanish Bight was filled in in 1943 during the development of North Island NAS32.7008,-117.1942,,AKn73?|*
Coyote MountainSan DiegoCAnear Dos Cabezos SpringsPlioceneCarrizo (California)invertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Madrepora[?]CA0332'Madrippora' in the original33.3433,-116.3272,,AIl53?|*
Del MarSan DiegoCAin isolated outcrops NE and SE of town|Buchia piochiiJurassicBedford Canyoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-BuchiaCA033332.976,-117.244,,AKk54?|*
False PtSan DiegoCAat S end of La Jolla business districtCretaceous?CA0334http://www.geology.sdsu.edu/localgeology/formations/cabrillo_formation.html32.8156,-117.2744,,ALn33|*
GrantvilleSan DiegoCAnearby in bank of San Diego River, excellent vertebratesEocenevertebratesCA033532.7912,-117.1026,,AKm73?|*
La JollaSan DiegoCA1 km N of Scripps Institute near top of Sea CliffEoceneArdath|Scrippsinvertebrates-mollusksCA033732.8757,-117.2500,,AKn73?|*
La JollaSan DiegoCADuring excavation of the Bayview Reservoir on Mt Soledad, LatLon is top of Mt SoledadPlioceneSan Diegovertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-Carcharhinus,Carcharodon;;;mammals-cetacea(whales)(bones)CA0630http://www.sandiego.gov/water/press/010727.shtml32.8399,-117.2574,,AKm63|*
La JollaSan DiegoCAN side of Mt SoledadCretaceous?CA033832.845,-117.259,,AKm63?|*CA0338,CA0341
La JollaSan DiegoCAat beachPleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,pectinidae-Pecten;;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)CA033932.831,-117.281,,AKm63?|*
La JollaSan DiegoCAinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-PitarCA033632.831,-117.281,,AKk53?|*
La MesaSan DiegoCAto North in area excavationsEocenePoway ConglomeratevertebratesCA034032.777,-117.024,,AKm63?|*
Mount SoledadSan DiegoCANorth sideCretaceousinvertebrates-brachiopoda,mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea;;;protists-foramsCA034132.845,-117.259,,AKm63?|*CA0338,CA0341
Murray CanyonSan DiegoCAOld Fenton Materials Company Quarry|excellent foraminifersEoceneprotists-foramsCA034232.779,-117.146,,AKn73|*
OceansideSan DiegoCAAt Ocean Ranch industrial park in marine and non-marine bedsEoceneSantiagoinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-decapoda(crabs),(shrimps);;echinoderms-(sand_dollars);mollusks-gastropoda;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)(teeth),selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(bones)-perissodactyla-brontotheriidae-MetarhinusCA0343Material is probably inaccessible,but future development may expose similar beds in area33.2006,-117.3597,,AKn73?|*
OceansideSan DiegoCAIn Road Cuts on S side of San Luis Rey River just E of I5 at Hill Street Off Ramp. One shark tooth Isurus found in float. Possibly eroded from overlying San Mateo Creek Formation when area was actively quarriedMioceneSan Onofre Brecciavertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)CA0344The Hill Street ramp was removed in the 1980s. CA78 was subsequently run through this general area33.2089,-117.3781,,AKo73?|*
OcotilloSan Diego?CAExit off I8. up Painted Gorge Road|fossils(abundant) in biohermsPlioceneImperialinvertebrates(abundant)(bioherm)CA0415'Ocatillo' is a fairly common alternative spelling32.7917,-115.9571,,AKm63?|*
Pacific BeachSan DiegoCAalong West shore of Crown Point on N side of crossing of Ingrahm St over Mission Bay in sandstone blocksPleistoceneBay Pointinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Dendraster(abundant)CA063732.7797,-117.2367,,ALo80|*
Pacific BeachSan DiegoCAin Canyon 500 meters W of mouth of Rose CanyonPlioceneSan Diegoinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-PectenCA034632.8131,-117.2327,,ALn73?|*CA0346,CA0356
Pacific BeachSan DiegoCAin concretions in exposures N of Tourmaline St Surfing ParkEoceneinvertebrates-mollusksCA034732.8049,-117.2621,,ALo73?|*
Poway Pipeline TwoSan DiegoCAOne of at least three fossiliferous beds exposed by construction in the 1990s in the Rancho Penasquitos areaEoceneFriarsvertebrates-mammalsCA034832.7884,-117.1186,,ALm73|*
Pt LomaSan DiegoCAFossil beds along coastCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks?(shells)CA0622An American Geological Railway Guide P32732.6686,-117.2449,,ALn73|*CA0345,CA0349,CA0414,CA0622
Pt LomaSan DiegoCAIn crevices and holes along the West side of the Pt Loma Peninsula in San DiegoRecentinvertebrates-mollusks(diverse)CA034932.6683,-117.2392,,AGL3|*CA0345,CA0349,CA0352,CA0414,CA0622
Pt LomaSan DiegoCASouthern and Western shoreCretaceousinvertebrates-brachiopoda,mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea;;;protists-foramsCA035032.6686,-117.2449,,ALn73|*CA0345,CA0349,CA0352,CA0414,CA0622
Pt LomaSan DiegoCAW and S ends of Pt LomaCretaceous Upperinvertebrates-brachiopoda,mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea;;;protists-foramsCA041432.6686,-117.2449,,ALn73|*CA0345,CA0349,CA0352,CA0414,CA0622
Pt LomaSan DiegoCAat NE end of peninsulaEoceneRose Canyoninvertebrates(rare)CA035132.7355,-117.2221,,ALm73|*
Pt LomaSan DiegoCAat a locality on S end of point other than the southern tipCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusksCA034532.6686,-117.2449,,ALn73|*CA0345,CA0349,CA0352,CA0414,CA0622
Pt LomaSan DiegoCAin gray shale at base of cliffs at extreme South end of the pointCretaceousinvertebrates-brachiopoda,mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites;;gastropoda;;plants,protists-foramsCA035232.6686,-117.2449,,ALn73|*CA0345,CA0349,CA0352,CA0414,CA0622
Rose CanyonSan DiegoCASE of Mt Soledad and N of Ladrillo RR Station nw1/4s30t15sr3w (Rough Guess is 32.8319 117.2221 NW of I5 Ardath Rd Junction) But if one ignores the PLSS location, somewhere two miles or so N would be likely. Perhaps around 32.8581,-117.2215EoceneRose Canyon Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Lucina;gastropoda-MitraCA0354Ladrillo RR Station no longer exists32.8319,-117.2221,nw1/4s30t15sr3w,ALm73|*CA0353,CA0354,CA0355
Rose CanyonSan DiegoCASE of Mt Soledad and N of Ladrillo RR Station sw1/2s30t15sr3w (Rough Guess is 32.8376 117.2349 SW of I5 Ardath Rd Junction) But if one ignores the PLSS location, somewhere two miles or so N would be likely. Perhaps around 32.8581,-117.2215EoceneRose Canyon Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Corbula,pectinidae-Pecten;;gastropoda-Fusinus,NaticaCA0355Ladrillo RR Station no longer exists32.8376,-117.2349,sw1/2s30t15sr3w,ALm73|*CA0353,CA0354,CA0355
Rose CanyonSan DiegoCAEoceneinvertebrates-mollusksCA035332.8376,-117.2349,,ALm73?|*CA0353,CA0354,CA0355
San DiegoSan DiegoCA1 km E of I5 in S wall of Tecalote Creek NW of University of San Diegoinvertebrates-mollusksCA035732.7779,-117.1874,,ALm73?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCA100 meters N of Friars Road in lower part of cliffs about 1 km E of San Diego Union High SchoolEoceneFriarsinvertebrates-mollusksCA0358San Diego High School is in Balboa Park. No high schools on Friars Rd? Lat Lon set at I805 overpass over Friars Rd.32.7792,-117.1364,,ALm73?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAAt Curtis St and also at Dumas Street|Oyster badPleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaCA035932.7424,-117.2215,,ALo83?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAAt Sunset Cliffs park along top of sea cliff|tide pool mollusksPleistoceneBay Pointinvertebrates-mollusksCA036032.7157,-117.2555,,ALo93?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAAt base of bluff at foot of 26th St (reportedly now buried by dredging operations)Pleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusksCA0361Description is probably garbled32.7123,-117.1309,,ANn83?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAAt intersection of 34th St and Tompkins StPlioceneSan Diegoinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaCA036234th St and Tompkins St no longer intersect (if they ever did). Their junction would have been a few steps from where Imperial Ave passes under I532.7075,-117.1208,,ANn93?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAAt low elevations around Mission Bay and in the low lying area between Old Town and the Pt Loma Peninsula at San DiegoRecentinvertebrates-mollusksCA036332.7470,-117.2337,,AMn63?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAIn S wall of Los Penasquitos Canyon just E of I5 near base and also near topEoceneArdathinvertebrates-mollusksCA036432.9078,-117.2203,,AMn73?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAIn W wall of Soledad Canyon 1 km S of Los Penasquitos Canyon just W of I5 near topEoceneArdath|Scrippsinvertebrates-mollusksCA036532.8910,-117.2284,,AMn73?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAIn banks of San Diego River near Friars Road and Ulric Street|Excellent vertebrate fossilsEocenevertebratesCA036632.7707,-117.1645,,AMn73?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAIn cliffs on Regents-Claremont Mesa RoadEoceneScrippsinvertebrates-mollusksCA036732.8381,-117.2158,,AMn74?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAIn lower part of cliffs about 300 meters S of San Diego Union High SchoolEoceneScrippsinvertebrates-mollusksCA0368There does not seem to be a San Diego Union High School. Lat Lon is pretty much arbitrary.32.8926,-117.1706,,AKk44?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAIn silt at bottom of ravine in Kate Sessions Botanical Park (in Balboa Park?)Pliocene?San Diego?invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-PectenCA036932.7319,-117.1494,,AMn73?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAOn Market Street 200 meters E of Euclid AvenuePlioceneSan Diegoinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-PectenCA037032.7108,-117.0830,,AMn73?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAS of West end of Cabrillo Bridge in Balboa ParkPlioceneSan Diegoinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-DosiniaCA037132.7313,-117.1556,,AMn73?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAUpper Section of Sea Cliffs from Imperial Beach to Pacific BeachPleistoceneLivermore?invertebrates-mollusksCA037232.8039,-117.2611,,AMn73?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAat top of mesa at N end of Mt Carol DrEoceneFriarsinvertebrates-mollusksCA037332.8048,-117.1811,,ANo83?|*CA0373,CA0374
San DiegoSan DiegoCAat Balboa ParkPleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,pectinidae-Pecten;;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)CA037432.732,-117.145,,AMn74?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAat Pt Loma on terrace about 13 meters above modern sea level in two bedsPleistocene Upperinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Haliotis(abalone);(others)CA037632.6752,-117.2457,,AMo83?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAat Pt LomaCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Haliotis(abalone)(primitive)CA037532.6686,-117.2449,,ALn73?|*CA0345,CA0349,CA0352,CA0375,CA0414,CA0622
San DiegoSan DiegoCAat government jetty PleistocenePleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-CerithiopsisCA0377Not entirely clear where the Government Jetty was. It may have been near the quarantine station whose location at the time isn't entirely clear either.32.6849,-117.2357,,AMn73?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAat top of mesa at N end of Mt Carol DrEoceneFriarsinvertebrates-mollusksCA037832.8048,-117.1811,,ANo83?|*CA0373,CA0374
San DiegoSan DiegoCAin Cabrillo Canyon in Balboa ParkPlioceneSan Diegoinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-MerriamasterCA0379Merriamaster orginally Merrimaster32.7315,-117.1549,,ANo83?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAin Cabrillo Heights Park near N end of Murray Canyon about 700 meters S of I805 - Aero Drive junctionEoceneMission Valleyinvertebrates-mollusksCA038032.8059,-117.1481,,ANo83?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAin Ocean bluff partially buriedPleistoceneinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea;mollusks(diverse)CA0381Hopelessly vague?32.732,-117.257,,AKl54?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAin Pliocene San Diego FmPlioceneSan Diegoinvertebrates-mollusksCA038232.7226,-117.1616,,AJL34?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAin cliff in S wall of wash 1 km NW of Linda Vista SchoolEoceneScrippsinvertebrates-mollusksCA038332.7979,-117.177,,AMo83?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAin excavations at corner of India and Upas StreetsPlioceneSan Diegoinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-PectenCA038432.7391,-117.1774,,ANo83?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAin low RR cut E of Mission Bay between Moreno Blvd and I5PleistoceneBay Point?CA038532.7763,-117.2076,,ANo93?|*CA0385,CA0386
San DiegoSan DiegoCAin low RR cuts adjacent to I5 in Pacific Beach areaPleistocene UpperBay Pointinvertebrates(abundant)(diverse)CA038632.7763,-117.2076,,ANo93?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAin road cut below Mercy HospitalPlioceneSan Diegoinvertebrates-mollusksCA038732.7517,-117.1584,,ANo93?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAin roadcut 300 meters SW of junction of Alamo Dr and Center StPlioceneSan Diegoinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Dendraster;;mollusks-gastropoda-AcanthinaCA0388There is an Alamo Drive W of La Mesa and a Center St in Balboa Park. Lat lon used is Alamo Drive because it has road cuts.32.7589,-117.0544,,AMo83?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAin terrace deposits at S ends of grounds of Pt Loma CollegePleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks(50 species)-polyplacophora-ChitonCA038932.7129,-117.2524,,ANo93?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAin upper part of cliffs along Pacific and Imperial BeachesPleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusksCA0390Pacific Beach is quite a way from Imperial Beach32.8037,-117.2604,,AMo83?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAin walls of Rose Canyon S of Ardath Road overpass over I5EoceneArdathinvertebrates-mollusksCA0391Ardath Rd has apparently become the La Jolla Parkway and CA52?32.8350,-117.2306,,AMn83?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAnear top of mesa 400 meters S of end of Murray Ridge RoadEoceneMission Valleyinvertebrates-mollusksCA039232.7844,-117.1419,,ANo83?|*
San DiegoSan DiegoCAPlioceneSan Diegoinvertebrates-mollusksCA035632.8131,-117.2327,,ALn73?|*CA0346,CA0356
San MarcosSan DiegoCAroadcut on CA78 5.5 km NW of San MarcosEoceneinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;;mollusksCA039333.1720,-117.2233,,AMo83?|*
San YsidroSan DiegoCAW of exposure of conglomerate in wall of tributary to Tia Juana River Canyon just N of Mexican borderPlioceneSan Diegoinvertebrates-mollusksCA039432.5431,-117.0735,,AMo83?|*
San YsidroSan DiegoCAin various localities close to the Mexican border starting at the beach and running EastPlioceneSan Diegoinvertebrates-mollusksCA039532.5411,-117.0735,,AKn73?|*
San Ysidro?San DiegoCAIn ravine just North of Mexican Border near border monument 258 and in other exposures on same terrace W of Tijuana River in hash of shell fragmentsPleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks(small)(90 taxa)CA0629http://www.archive.org/stream/transactionsofsa1119461953sand/transactionsofsa1119461953sand_djvu.txt32.5353,-117.1204,,AMo82|*
Solana BeachSan DiegoCAin debris S of parking area on Southbound I5EoceneTorrey (California) Sandstoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaCA039633.0155,-117.2708,,AMo83?|*
South Las Choyas ValleySan DiegoCAPlioceneSan Diegoinvertebrates-mollusksCA039732.840,-116.965,,AMn64|*
Tecolote CreekSan DiegoCAEoceneinvertebrates-mollusksCA039832.7785,-117.1858,,AMn83|*
Tecolote CreekSan DiegoCAPlioceneinvertebrates-brachiopoda-(Glottidia);;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)CA039932.7785,-117.1858,,AMn73|*
Torrey PinesSan DiegoCA2 km S of Carmel Valley about 50 meters above baseEoceneArdathinvertebrates-mollusksCA040132.9127,-117.2575,,AMo83?|*
Torrey PinesSan DiegoCA3.5 km S of Carmel Valley near top of sea cliffEoceneArdathinvertebrates-mollusksCA040232.8989,-117.2528,,AMo83?|*
Torrey PinesSan DiegoCA4.5 km S of Carmel Valley about 70 meters above baseEoceneScrippsinvertebrates-mollusksCA040332.8892,-117.2523,,AMn83?|*
Torrey PinesSan DiegoCAAlong base of sea cliffs for about 2 km starting just S of Carmel ValleyEoceneDel Marinvertebrates-mollusksCA040432.9094,-117.2561,,AMn83?|*
Torrey PinesSan DiegoCAOyster beds in sandstones in canyons to EastEoceneTorrey (California) Sandstoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaCA040532.9065,-117.2227,,AMn73?|*
Torrey PinesSan DiegoCAat base of beach bluff|lignitic coalEoceneRose Canyonplants?(coal)(lignite)CA040632.9130,-117.2581,,AMn83?|*
Torrey PinesSan DiegoCAin shaley bed along base of cliffs|poorly preserved mollusksEoceneTorrey (California) Sandstoneinvertebrates-mollusksCA040732.9130,-117.2581,,AMn83?|*
Torrey PinesSan DiegoCAPleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,pectinidae-Pecten;;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)CA040032.9130,-117.2581,,AMn83?|*
Torrey Pines State ParkSan DiegoCANo collectingEoceneinvertebrates-mollusks(abundant)CA040932.9130,-117.2581,,AMn83?|*
Torrey Pines State ParkSan DiegoCAEoceneinvertebrates-mollusksCA040832.9130,-117.2581,,AMn83?|*
University CitySan DiegoCAFossil beds along coast. Original cites Selwyn -- an extinct RR Station in Rose CanyonEocene?invertebrates-mollusks?(shells)CA0621An American Geological Railway Guide P32732.8617,-117.2114,,ALm44?|*
Vallecito WashSan DiegoCAPleistocenePalm Springsvertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneCA041132.8346,-116.1715,,ALm73|*
VistaSan DiegoCA5.2 km SE in roadcut on S side CA78Eoceneinvertebrates(abundant)CA041233.1741,-117.2269,,AMn83?|*CA0412,CA0413
VistaSan DiegoCA5.2 km SE of Vista, 4.8 km NE of San Marcos on SW side of CA78Eoceneinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;;bryozoa,cnidaria-corals;mollusksCA041333.1741,-117.2269,,AMn83?|*CA0412,CA0413
Alcatraz IslandSan FranciscoCACretaceousFranciscaninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia(clams)CA041637.8267,-122.4222,,AKo83?|*CA0416,CA0417
Alcatraz IslandSan FranciscoCAMesozoicFranciscaninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalviaCA041737.8267,-122.4222,,AKo83?|*CA0416,CA0417
San FranciscoSan FranciscoCAAt Baker BeachMesozoicFranciscaninvertebrates(rare)CA041937.7937,-122.4839,,AMo83|*
San FranciscoSan FranciscoCACretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA041837.7751,-122.4191,,AKk33?|*
Alamos CreekSan Luis ObispoCAHeadwaters of Creek (a tributary of Cuyama River, w1/2s16t31sr17e (35.2293 120.1666 On divide between N fork of Alamo Creek and Sheep Creek?)Jurassic UpperFranciscaninvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-ProtothurmanniaCA042035.2293,-120.1666, w1/2s16t31sr17e,AIn63|*
Anderson CreekSan Luis ObispoCALa Panza Mountains,at transition to Temblor FormationOligocene-MioceneVaquerosinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-CardiumCA042135.3542,-120.2617,location:La Panza Campground.CA,AIm54|*
Caliente MountainsSan Luis ObispoCAMioceneCalientevertebrates(teeth)CA042235.0875,-119.8081,,AIm54|*
Carrizo CreekSan Luis ObispoCAat E end E-W Ridge S of road near bend in Creekinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-OculinaCA042335.070,-119.998,,AIm75|*
La Panza MountainsSan Luis ObispoCAIn E part of County in s1/2s4t31sr18e (35.2534 120.0498 1km NNW of Carrizo Ranch)Miocene LowerVaquerosinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-ThaisCA042435.2534,-120.0498,s1/2s4t31sr18e,AJm72?|*
Oceanic MineSan Luis ObispoCAs15t27nr9e-s21t27nr9e -121.0004, 35.5856 at a distance of 1348 m (Assumed T27s)|Fossils replaced with cinnabar-CA042535.5856,-121.0004,s15t27nr9e-s21t27nr9e,AJm73|*
Port HarfordSan Luis ObispoCANear 15km branch RR NE San Luis ObispoTertiaryinvertebrates-mollusks(shells)-bivalvia-Ostrea,(others)CA0620An American Geological Railway Guide P32735.1781,-120.7415,location:Port Harford Pier.CA,ALn73?|*
San Luis ObispoSan Luis ObispoCA8 km E (SSE?) in Canyon de Piedrainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-DosiniaCA042635.2074,-120.6071,,AJM63?|*
Santa MargaritaSan Luis ObispoCAN in s1/2s17t29sr13e (35.3982 120.5022 about 500m N of Santa Margarita)Miocene Upperinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaCA042735.3982,-120.5022,s1/2s17t29sr13e,AJM72|*
BadenSan MateoCAWest of RR in 8km long ridgePlioceneinvertebrates-mollusks?(shells)CA0618An American Geological Railway Guide P32737.6467,-122.4471,,ALn63?|*
Bolsa PtSan MateoCA4 km Ninvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaCA042837.2287,-122.4105,,ALm73|*
Daly CitySan MateoCAAt Mussel Rock in cliffs in interbeds in mudstone and siltstone. CA1 to Skyline Blvd to Westmoor to Skyline Drive to unnamed road along seacliff to parking area. Collecting area near parking, 2nd 800m NPliocene UpperMerced Lowerinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Scutellaster;;mollusks-bivalvia,gastropoda-Neptunea;;;plants-(petrified wood),(pine cones)CA0429http://groups.msn.com/FossilsintheSanFranciscoBayArea/musselrocktour.msnw37.6847,-122.4954,,AKo83?|*
La HondaSan MateoCA1.6 km above junction of Mindego Creek and Alpine Creek in ne1/4s24t7sr42 (assume R4W. 37.3126 122.2467 Mindego Creek roughly 1.6km W of Mindego Lake)Oligocene-MioceneVaquerosinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-CardiumCA043637.3126,-122.2467,ne1/4s24t7sr42,ALm73|*
Moss BeachSan MateoCAIn brown-orange shale in sea cliffs at N end of exposure. In Fitzgerald Marine Reserve. Collecting prohibitedPliocene UpperPurisimainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-Pecten;;gastropodaCA043037.5156,-122.5126,,AMo83?|*
Pigeon PtSan MateoCA2 km N NE1/4s33t8sr5w in Blue-Gray Sandstone (PLSS Location seems to be in Pacific Ocean several miles nw of Pigeon Point 37.1951N,-122.4185W)invertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-decapoda-ArchaeopusCA043137.1951,-122.4035,,AMn83?|*
Pillar PointSan MateoCAPliocenePurisimainvertebrates(diverse)CA043237.4989,-122.4969,,AMo83?|*
San Gregorio CreekSan MateoCAPliocenePurisimainvertebrates(diverse)CA043337.3261,-122.3850,,AMn73|*
San Lorenzo RiverSan MateoCAse1/4s14t8sr3w (Location actually seems to be near the head of Pescadero Creek about 800m W of Castle Rock State Park) 37.2384N,-122.1622WEocene LowerMartinez (California)invertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Cidaris;;mollusks-bivalvia-Semele;gastropoda-Fissurella,Hipponyx,Patella,TritoniumCA043437.2384,-122.1622,se1/4s14t8sr3w?,ALn73?|*
Tunitas CreekSan MateoCAPliocenePurisimainvertebrates(diverse)CA043537.3775,-122.3736,,AMo73?|*
Purisima CreekSan Mateo|Santa ClaraCAPliocenePurisimainvertebrates(diverse)CA0437The original source does not indicate a County. 'Purisima Creek' is listed in both San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties37.428,-122.389,,AKk44|*
BuelltonSanta BarbaraCA5 km SW along West Nojoqui CreekMioceneVaquerosinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Olivella,Tritonia,Turritella,XenophoraCA0438Tritonia is a marine mollusk, but it is shell-less34.6085,-120.2260,,AKk53?|*
CarpinteriaSanta BarbaraCAIn road cuts between US101 and CA150Pleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodaCA044034.3838,-119.4825,,AMo83?|*CA0439,CA0440
CarpinteriaSanta BarbaraCAinvertebrates-mollusksCA043934.3838,-119.4825,,AMo83?|*CA0439,CA0440
Cuyama ValleySanta BarbaraCAIn extensive badlandsMioceneCalientevertebrates(teeth)CA044235.1097,-120.0822,,AIm43?|*
Cuyama ValleySanta BarbaraCAMioceneNerolyinvertebrates-echinodermsCA044135.1097,-120.0822,,AIm43?|*
Gaviota Beach State ParkSanta BarbaraCAIn steeply tilted tar soaked shales S of Fishing piervertebrates-fish,mammals-cetacea(whales)CA044334.4710,-120.2219,,AMo82|*
GaviotitoSanta BarbaraCAat Santa Anita DivideEocene-OligoceneMatilija Sandstoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Gari,Macrocallista,Nemocardium,Pitar,Schedocardia;gastropoda-Amaurellina,Ectinochilus,Ficopsis,Ficus,Galeodea,Olequahia,Seraphs,TurritellaCA0444There doesn't seem to be a place called Gaviotito,but there is a Gaviotito Creek in Santa Barbara County34.5161,-120.3147,,AKm73|*
GaviotitoSanta BarbaraCAat Santa Rosa HillsEocene-OligoceneMatilija Sandstoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Gari,Macrocallista,Nemocardium,Pitar,Schedocardia;gastropoda-Amaurellina,Ectinochilus,Ficopsis,Ficus,Galeodea,Olequahia,Seraphs,TurritellaCA044534.603,-120.246,,AKo73|*
GoletaSanta BarbaraCA4 km SW at Coal Oil Pt (W of Camino Majorca Rd)Pleistocene Upperinvertebrates(116 species)CA044634.4120,-119.8702,,ALo73?|*
GoletaSanta BarbaraCA5.5 km SW in sea cliffsinvertebrates(100 species)CA044734.4094,-119.8717,,AKo63?|*
GoletaSanta BarbaraCAAlong sea cliffs between Goleta pt and Coal Oil Pt in 70 cm thick bed|over 100 speciesPleistoceneinvertebrates(diverse)-(100 species)CA044834.4094,-119.8717,,AKo63?|*
GoletaSanta BarbaraCAIn Sea Cliffs East of Coal Oil Point to (and past) Camino Majorca RoadPleistocene Upperinvertebrates(marine) (116 species)CA044934.4094,-119.8717,,AKo63?|*
Isla VistaSanta BarbaraCAIn ocean bluffsPleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusksCA045034.4094,-119.8620,,AKo63?|*
Isla VistaSanta BarbaraCAat Coal Point in sea cliffPleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusksCA045134.4072,-119.8779,,AMo82|*
Isla VistaSanta BarbaraCAwave terrace to westPleistocene Upperinvertebrates-mollusksCA045234.4111,-119.8707,,AKn83?|*
Jalama CanyonSanta BarbaraCACretaceous Upperinvertebrates(abundant)-mollusks-bivalvia-Calva,Glycymeris,Inoceramus,Trigonia;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites;;gastropoda-VolutodermaCA045334.5149,-120.4275,,ALm64|*
Las CrucesSanta BarbaraCAWestEocene-OligoceneGaviotainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium,Crassatella,Ostrea,pectinidae-Pecten;Tivela,Venericardia,;gastropoda-Ficus,TurritellaCA045434.5097,-120.2261,,ALn73?|*
Las CrucesSanta BarbaraCAnear San Julian Ranch houseEocene-OligoceneGaviotainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium,Crassatella,Ostrea,pectinidae-Pecten;Tivela,Venericardia,;gastropoda-Ficus,TurritellaCA045534.5097,-120.2261,,ALm63?|*
LompocSanta BarbaraCAsw1/4s31t7nr34w (34.6836 120.4139 estimated in NW corner of La Purisima Mission State Historical Monument)Miocenevertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-pleuronectoidei(flounders)-EvesthesCA045634.6836,-120.4139,sw1/4s31t7nr34w,AMm62|*
Los OlivosSanta BarbaraCAarea exposures|fossils and minerals - jade and silica minerals-CA045734.6678,-120.1139,,AKm53?|*
New CuyamaSanta BarbaraCAin Branch CanyonMioceneBranch Canyoninvertebrates-echinoderms,mollusks-bivalvia,gastropoda;;vertebrates(teeth)CA045834.8927,-119.7012,,AKm63?|*
Rincon PointSanta BarbaraCAat CA150 off ramp from CA101Pliocene-PleistoceneSanta Barbarainvertebrates(marine)CA045934.3841,-119.4828,,AMn82|*
Rincon PtSanta BarbaraCAat Rincon Point in road cut at CA150 northbound offramp from US101Pliocene-Pleistoceneinvertebrates(marine)CA047134.3841,-119.4828,,AMn82|*
Rincon PtSanta BarbaraCAPleistocene LowerSanta Barbarainvertebrates-bryozoa,mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-Pecten;;gastropodaCA046034.3730,-119.4778,,AMn82|*
San Miguel IslandSanta BarbaraCASouth partMiocene LowerVaquerosinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea,pectinidae-PectenCA046134.0397,-120.3744,,AHl44|*
Santa Anita CanyonSanta BarbaraCACretaceous Upperinvertebrates(abundant)-mollusks-bivalvia-Calva,Glycymeris,Inoceramus,Trigonia;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites;;gastropoda-VolutodermaCA046234.493,-120.221,,AJj24?|*
Santa BarbaraSanta BarbaraCASW of top of Packard HillPleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-PectenCA0463Location used is SW of a prominent hill near the historic location of the Albert Packard winery on Canon Perdido St34.4012,-119.739,,ALl73?|*
Santa BarbaraSanta BarbaraCAinvertebrates(marine) in mud flat sediments elevated 3 to 10 meters above modern beach levels. Widely exposed in regionPleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Chione,Clinocardium,Macoma,Ostrea,Penitella,Protothaca,Saxidomus,Tresus,(others);gastropoda-Acmaea,Calyptraea,Polinices;;;vertebrates-reptilia-ichthyosauria-PlatyodonCA0464'Polynices' is likely a misspelling of Polinices,the modern 'moon snail', Protothaca orginally Protothaca34.4138,-119.6837,,AJj43?|*
Santa Rosa IslandSanta BarbaraCA along coast-CA046533.9500,-120.1000,,AHk34|*
Santa Rosa IslandSanta BarbaraCAinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-PectenCA046633.9500,-120.1000,,AHk34|*
Santa YnezSanta BarbaraCA2 km N in RR cutPlioceneFernandoinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-BittiumCA046734.6356,-120.0824,,AKm73?|*
Santa YnezSanta BarbaraCAIn small canyon below mission in Sandstone near shale boundaryMioceneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea,pectinidae-PectenCA046834.5934,-120.1359,,AMo73?|*
Santa Ynez MountainsSanta BarbaraCAEocene UpperColdwater_CA Sandstone[?]invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaCA0469USGS knows nothing of an Eocene Coldwater Sandstone34.4944,-119.7117,,AJk54|*
VentucopaSanta BarbaraCAIn Quatal QuarryMioceneCalientevertebrates(teeth)CA047034.8314,-119.4689,,AKn63?|*
Del Puerto CanyonSanta ClaraCACretaceousMorenoplants(wood)(fragments)CA047237.3912,-121.4507,,AIm74|*
Diablo HillsSanta ClaraCAS of San Francisco|As many as 5 individual dinosaursvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaCA047337.9363,-122.0882,,ALn74?|*
MilpitasSanta ClaraCA4 km NE at base of foothillsinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-PectenCA047437.4498,-121.8463,,AKm73?|*
Palo AltoSanta ClaraCAin excavations for Stanford Linear AcceleratorMiocene Middlevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals-desmostylia-PaleoparadoxiaCA047537.4172,-122.2054,,ALn73?|*
San JoseSanta ClaraCA12.6km E at Rock CanyonMioceneinvertebrates-mollusksCA0615An American Geological Railway Guide P32637.3969,-121.8150,,AJm73?|*
San JoseSanta ClaraCAto E in Alum Rock Canyon 500 meters up canyon above fallsMioceneMontereyinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-ChioneCA047637.3985,-121.7980,,AJn73?|*
CapitolaSanta CruzCA9 km S of US1 CA17 junction in sea cliff S of New Brighton State BeachPliocenePurisimainvertebrates-mollusks(55 species)CA0477http://www.gtlsys.com/Shells/ShellText.html36.9766,-121.9423,,AKn73?|*
CapitolaSanta CruzCAIn ocean bluffsPlioceneinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea(sand_dollars);mollusksCA047836.9766,-121.9423,,AKn73?|*
CapitolaSanta CruzCAon beachPlioceneinvertebrates-echinoderms-(sand_dollars);mollusks-bivalvia-(clams);gastropoda-(snails)CA047936.9766,-121.9423,,AKn73?|*
Lobetus[?]Santa Cruz?CAThe Purisima formation is exposed between Drakes Bay and Santa Cruz CountyPliocenePurisimainvertebrates(diverse)CA0580Can't identify a Lobetus,CA -- Lobetus might be a family of wasps36.974,-122.031,location:Santa Cruz.CA,AKk44?|*
OlympiaSanta CruzCAMioceneSanta Margaritavertebrates-mammals(marine)-carnivora-pinnipedia-ImagotariaCA048037.0697,-122.0575,,AMn73?|*
Scotts ValleySanta CruzCACA 17 to Mt Hermon Rd. W 1/6km to Scotts Valley Dr. 1st left onto Bean Creek Rd. 3.6km to exposureMioceneSanta Margaritainvertebrates(abundant)-echinoderms-echinoidea-Astrodapsis;;mollusks-gastropoda-Thais;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)(occasional)CA048137.0766,-122.0135,,AMn73?|*
Scotts ValleySanta CruzCAMount Harmon exit from CA17 proceed NW 2.1km. Rt at Lockhart Gulch. 300m and park. Fossil bed is a bit over 20m above road level. Site reported closedMioceneSanta Margaritavertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-Carcharodon,Isurus;;;mammals(bones)CA0482Reported as developed and closed to collecting. But also reported as possibly open with permission and that adjacent,unposted,exposures are accessiblehttp://www.gtlsys.com/chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)/chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks).html37.0540,-122.0375,,AMn73?|*
-ShastaCAIn regional cavesPleistocenevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-bovidae-Euceratherium;Oreamnos;carnivora-usuridae-TremarctotheriumCA050840.9201,-122.2390,location:Samwell Cave.CA,AIk54|*
-ShastaCAregional Lower Triassic limestonesTriassicinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea;gastropoda;;vertebrates-reptilia-ichthyosauria-Ichthyosaurus;sauropsida-diapsida-ThalattosaurusCA050940.492,-122.551,location:arbitrary,AJj34|*
Brock MountainShastaCAN end between Squad Creek and Pit River se1/4s32t35nr2w (PLSS loc is 40.8484 122.1134 On divide between Madison Canyon and Dinner Gulch N of head of Madison Canyon)Triassic UpperHosselkusinvertebrates-brachiopoda-spiriferida-Spiriferina;;mollusks-bivalvia-Posidonia;cephalopoda-nautilidae-CosmonautilusCA048340.8484,-122.1134,se1/4s32t35nr2w,AJm73|*
Brock MountainShastaCAarea exposuresTriassic UpperHosselkusinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Trachyceras;nautilidae-CosmonautilusCA048440.8050,-122.1306,,AJm73|*
Cottonwood CreekShastaCAalong the creekCretaceousHorsetowninvertebrates(abundant)CA048540.3913,-122.7605,,AIo73?|*
Cow CreekShastaCAnws3t31nr2w (40.5752 122.0827 assume nw1/4 of sec 3)Cretaceous UpperChico (CA)invertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Neptunea,RingiculaCA0486Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.5752,-122.0827,nws3t31nr2w,AJm73|*
Devil RockShastaCATriassic Upperinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-IsastreaCA0487Isastrea originally IsatreaRansom,'Fossils in America'40.8475,-122.1072,,AJn72|*
Devil RockShastaCATriassic Upperinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-IsastreaCA0488Isastrea originally IsatreaRansom,'Fossils in America'40.8475,-122.1072,,AJn72|*
HorsetownShastaCACottonwood Creek, se1/4s36t31nr5w (40.4917 122.3857 about 1km SW of Redding Skyranch Airport. [Fairly wild guess on the details. PLSS appears to be more than usually confused in this area)CretaceousChico (CA)invertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA049040.4917,-122.3857, se1/4s36t31nr5w,AJn73?|*
HorsetownShastaCACottonwood Creek,at sw1/4se1/4s2t30nr7w (40.4766 122.6214 200m NW of Ono)CretaceousHorsetowninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,Meretrix,pectinidae-Pecten;;cephalopoda-ammonoidea;gastropoda-Helicaulax,LunatiaCA0489Luniata=moon snail40.4766,-122.6214,sw1/4se1/4s2t30nr7w,AJn72|*
HorsetownShastaCAon Cottonwood Creek SE of old Horsetown along N fork of the creekCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-belemnoideaCA0491This is confusing. Cottonwood Creek looks to be 20km or so SW of Horsetown which was near Clear Creek. Lat Lon used is Horsetown Reserve40.4943,-122.4978,,AJm73?|*
HorsetownShastaCAon Cottonwood Creek at old Horsetown along N fork of the creekCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda(abundant)CA0492This is confusing. Cottonwood Creek looks to be 20km or so SW of Horsetown which was near Clear Creek. Lat Lon is Horsetown Reserve40.4943,-122.4978,,AJm73?|*
Huling CreekShastaCAinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-PectenCA0493Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.4547,-122.5589,,AJm73?|*
KennettShastaCA10 km NW on road to Mammoth Mine s18t34nr5w (40.7176 122.4715 N of head of Cottonwood Creek about 4.8km W of Shasta Dam)DevonianKennettinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-tabulata-Alveolites,AuloporaCA0494Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.7176,-122.4715,s18t34nr5w,AJm73|*
KennettShastaCA6.4 km W between Squaw and Backbone Creeks s6t33nr5w (40.7466 -122.4742 -- About 6.8 km WNW of Shasta Dam.)DevonianKennettinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Cyathophyllum;;;porifera;vertebratesCA0495Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.7466,-122.4742,s6t33nr5w,AIm73|*
Little Cow CreekShastaCA1 km E of Cedar Creek junction ne1/4s8t34nr2w (PLSS loc is at 40.8191 122.1140 This is in the distant upper reaches of Susanville Canyon. The Cow Creek Watershed including Little Cow Creek appears to be South of here near Bella Vista [40.63 122.21].)Triassic UpperHosselkusinvertebrates-cnidaria-hydrozoa-spongiomorphaCA0496Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.63,-122.21,,AIi44?|*
Madison's RanchShastaCA5 km E,2 km N of road to Brock Ranch sw1/4s9t34nr2w (40.8110 112.1013 500m SW of mouth of Brock Creek)TriassicHosselkusinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Hannaoceras,Sandlingites,Sirenites;nautilidae-Cosmonautilus,Mojsvaroceras;orthocerida-OrthocerasCA0497Hannaoceras originally Polycyclus40.8110,-122.1013,sw1/4s9t34nr2w,AIk73|*
McCloud RiverShastaCAAt Bear Cave, s1/2s8t34nr5w (40.8116 122.4419 1km SW of mouth of Fall Creek)Pleistocenevertebrates-mammals-carnivora-Procyon(racoons)CA0498CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionRansom,'Fossils in America'40.8116,-122.4419,s1/2s8t34nr5w,AIm73|*
Mill CreekShastaCAFrom Red Bluff on CA36,40km to Paynes Creek. Rt on Plum Creek Rd 11.2km. Rt on Ponderosa Way,30.4km to Black Rock Campground. Follow trail 1600m downstream to beach on creek with large purple rock. (Campground is real, but high potential for getting lost getting there). Fossils in gray-green material eroded from cliff-large clams in concretionsCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia(large),cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA0499http://www.gtlsys.com/ammonoidea/ammonoidea.html40.7419,-121.9223,,AIm73?|*
OnoShastaCA40 km NW of Redding in creeks and roadcuts in Budden Canyon (aka Ono) Formation. 2000 to 7000 meters of Cretaceous sediments in Klamath Mountain foothills. 61 genera of ammonoidea in sediments and concretionsCretaceousOnoinvertebrates-brachiopoda,mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Aspinoceras,Brewericeras,Cheloniceras,Desmoceras,Douvilleiceras,Pseudohelicoceras;belemnoidea,nautilidae-Cymatoceras;;gastropodaCA0500Fossils Quarterly SpSum 198340.4753,-122.6169,,AIm74|*
OnoShastaCAat Byron Gulch sw1/4s2t30nr7w (40.4681 122.6099 800m NW of Ono)plants-angiosperms-Acaciaephyllum;(others)CA050140.4681,-122.6099, sw1/4s2t30nr7w,AJm73|*
Ono areaShastaCACretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA050240.4753,-122.6169,,AIm74|*
Potter Creek CaveShastaCAse1/4s23t34nr4w in Limestone (40.7798 122.2714 N side of Potter Creek?)Pleistocenevertebrates-aves(birds)-CatharistaCA0503'Catharista' is a vulture. Presumably,the fossils are found in the cave floor debris40.7798,-122.2714,se1/4s23t34nr4w,AJm72|*
ReddingShastaCA3 km E of Shasta Lake City in gullies near abandoned road bridgeCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks(marine)CA050440.6753,-122.3216,,AJm73?|*
ReddingShastaCAarea exposuresCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA050540.6203,-122.3322,,AIk44?|*
ReddingShastaCAnearbyCretaceousinvertebrates(good)CA0613An American Geological Railway Guide P32640.5866,-122.3904,,AIk54?|*
ReddingShastaCAnearbyplants(petrified wood)CA0614An American Geological Railway Guide P32640.5866,-122.3904,,AIk54?|*
Samwell CaveShastaCAse1/4s29t36nr3w (40.9494 122.2300 1.6km ENE of McCloud Bridge Campground) (Actual location appears likely to be several miles to South Latitude: 40.92028 : Longitude: ,-122.23778 : Elevation: 1280 ft reached by a km long trail down toward the McCloud River)Pleistocenevertebrates-aves-cathartidae-Gymnogyps;;mammals-artiodactyla-bovidae-Preptoceras;;rodentia-sciuridae-SciurusCA0506CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission. Scirus somehow morphed to Dactyloscirus-a mite40.9203,-122.2378,se1/4s29t36nr3w,AJo82|*
Squaw CreekShastaCASe1/4s31t36nr2w (40.9339 122.1306 On Ridge W of North Fork of Squaw Creek about 2km -- air distance -- W of Madrone Guard Station)TriassicHosselkusvertebrates-reptilia-sauropsida-diapsida-ThalattosaurusCA050740.9339,-122.1306,Se1/4s31t36nr2w,AJk53|*
extreme NorthernShasta?CATriassicHosselkusinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea(spines)CA058240.8667,-122.1167,location:DevilsRock-Hosselkus_RNA,AIm44|*
-SierraCAForest Fauna 39-30n 125-52W, but longitude is in Pacific OceanMiocene Upperplants(9 species)CA051039.6163,-120.4263,location:Sattley.CA,AIj25|*
GazelleSiskiyouCA4.8km W in limestoneCarboniferousinvertebrates-mollusksCA0603An American Geological Railway Guide P31641.5250,-122.5837,,AIk73?|*
GazelleSiskiyouCADuzel RockSilurianGazelleinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Encrinurus,illaenidae;;brachiopoda-Atrypa,Chonetes,Conchidium,Leptaena;cnidaria-corals-tabulata-Favositida,Heliolites;;;echinoderms-crinoids(columnals);mollusks-cephalopoda(orthocones);porifera-stromatoporoideaCA0511Ransom,'Fossils in America'41.5291,-122.7214,,AIm73?|*
GazelleSiskiyouCALovers Leap SW of Gazelle Mt peakSilurianGazelleinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Encrinurus,illaenidae;;brachiopoda-Atrypa,Chonetes,Conchidium,Leptaena;cnidaria-corals-tabulata-Favositida,Heliolites;;;echinoderms-crinoids(columnals);mollusks-cephalopoda(orthocones);porifera-stromatoporoideaCA0512Ransom,'Fossils in America'41.4060,-122.6735,,AJm53?|*
GazelleSiskiyouCAW from 3 to 11 km W on Callahan RdSilurianGazelleinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Encrinurus,illaenidae;;brachiopoda-Atrypa,Chonetes,Conchidium,Leptaena;cnidaria-corals-tabulata-Favositida,Heliolites;;;echinoderms-crinoids(columnals);mollusks-cephalopoda(orthocones);porifera-stromatoporoideaCA0513Ransom,'Fossils in America'41.4540,-122.6376,,AKm53?|*
HenleySiskiyouCAsw1/4s20t47nr6w (41.8998 122.5517 W of I5 about 400m N of offramp for Henley and Hornbrook)CretaceousChico (CA) Middleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Mactra;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Fagesia,Hamites[?],MortonicerasCA0514Hamites was 'Hemites' in the original41.8998,-122.5517,sw1/4s20t47nr6w,AKm72|*
HornbrookSiskiyouCACretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA0515Ransom,'Fossils in America'41.9064,-122.5631,,AJk53?|*
Hornbrook-YrekaSiskiyouCAarea exposuresCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA051641.9064,-122.5631,,AIi24?|*
MontagueSiskiyouCAon N side of Black Butte in draws and gulliesMioceneinvertebrates-mollusksCA0517Black Butte is well to the South of Montague. About 4 km SW of Weed, CARansom,'Fossils in America'41.3790,-122.3534,,AJm73?|*
MontagueSiskiyouCAon Richardson Ranch nw1/4s22t45nr6w (41.7381 122.5276 about 1km N of Montague)CretaceousChico (CA)invertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Desmoceras,Pachydesmoceras,PuzosiaCA0518Pachydesmoceras is 'Pachysiskiyouensis' in the original 'Pachydesmoceras' is a guessRansom,'Fossils in America'41.7381,-122.5276,nw1/4s22t45nr6w,AJm73|*
Scott ValleySiskiyouCAEtna-Fort Jones near summit on Yreka road in Sandstoneinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaCA0519Ransom,'Fossils in America'41.5759,-122.8742,,AKm73?|*
Scott ValleySiskiyouCALimestone gulches (especially McConaughy Gulch) in Mountains on E side of ValleySilurianinvertebrates-brachiopoda,echinoderms(starfish)CA0520spelled 'McConnehue' in original notesRansom,'Fossils in America'41.4134,-122.8154,,AKm73?|*
Shasta ValleySiskiyouCAN partinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-ScaphitesCA0521Ransom,'Fossils in America'41.8153,-122.4344,,AIi24?|*
Shasta ValleySiskiyouCAscattered outcropsCretaceousChico (CA)invertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-ScaphitesCA0522Ransom,'Fossils in America'41.8153,-122.4344,,AIi24|*
Willow CreekSiskiyouCAIn w1/2s31t47nr5w (41.8813 122.4734 In E wall of valley of Willow Creek about 2km S of Klamath River)CretaceousChico (CA)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-InoceramusCA0523Ransom,'Fossils in America'41.8808,-122.4804,w1/2s31t47nr5w,AJm72|*
YrekaSiskiyouCAto N in Shasta Canyon 6.5 km N of Highway Bridge in se1/4s18t46nr6w (41.8328 122.5797 Near I5 between Klamath River and Maple Spring about 600m S of mouth of Jail Gulch)invertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-PrionotropisCA052441.8328,-122.5797,se1/4s18t46nr6w,AJm73|*
YrekaSiskiyouCAto N on Cottonwood Creek in ne1/4s22t45nr7w (41.7389 122.6375 Northeast park of Yreka about 500m NNE of Sikiyou County Courthouse)CretaceousChico (CA)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaCA0526Ransom,'Fossils in America'41.7389,-122.6375,ne1/4s22t45nr7w,AKm72|*
YrekaSiskiyouCAto N on Cottonwood CreekCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-FususCA0525Cottonwood Creek is about 20km S of Yreka.Ransom,'Fossils in America'41.6024,-122.6845,,AJm3?|*
BeniciaSolanoCA3 km N in ne1/4s25t3nr3w (38.0811 122.1407 1.6km SE of Lake Herman probably in RR cut)CretaceousShastainvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-ActeoninaCA0527Ransom,'Fossils in America'38.0811,-122.1407,ne1/4s25t3nr3w,ALm72|*
BeniciaSolanoCA3 km W in ne1/4s1t2nr2w (38.0473 122.0176 PLSS Loc appears to be in Contra Costa County near Belloma Slough within the Concord Naval Weapons Station -- probably incorrect)CretaceousChico (CA)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium,Venus;gastropoda-MargaritellaCA052838.0473,-122.0176, ne1/4s1t2nr2w?,ALm73?|*
VallejoSolanoCAon RR into Vallejo Fossil forestMiocene-Plioceneplants(petrified wood)CA0611An American Geological Railway Guide P325; http://www.generalvallejoslepthere.com/2010/08/915-petrified-forest.html38.5558,-122.6388,,AJm73|*
-SonomaCACretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA053138.6102,-122.8690,location:Healdsburg.CA,AJk25|*
EldridgeSonomaCAPetrified Palm Wood at Keekay No 1 Mineplants-angiosperms-arecales(palms)CA052938.3489,-122.5097,,AKl63?|*
Santa RosaSonomaCAE from US101 on Mark West Springs Rd for 12.8km. Left on Petrified Forest Rd (Porter Creek Rd?) several km to Petrified Forest. No collecting. Tours available|Petrified tree trunks to 30m in lengthPleistocene?plants-(petrified wood trunks)CA0530http://www.gtlsys.com/Trees/Trees.html;http://www.petrifiedforest.org/38.5558,-122.6388,,AKm73?|*
Santa RosaSonomaCAIn hills to NorthMiocene-Plioceneinvertebrates(?)(abundant)CA0610An American Geological Railway Guide P32438.4711,-122.7152,,AKk53?|*
Santa RosaSonomaCAN and NE on Mark West Creek along branch of the Russian RiverPliocene-Pleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks?(shells)CA0609An American Geological Railway Guide P32438.5259,-122.7200,,AKl53?|*
OakdaleStanislausCAOakdale Fauna 27-47N 120-42WPliocene LowerMehrten Sandstone?plants(16 species)CA053237.7833,-120.7000,,AJm24|*
Marysville ButtesSutter?CAPaleocene-EoceneLlajasinvertebrates-echinodermsCA0535'Marysville Buttes' = 'Sutter Buttes'39.2208,-121.8157,,AKl73|*
South ButteSutterCA4 km W ne1/4s28t16nr1e (39.2110 121.8614 1km SW of West Butte Dubious PLSS loc as is considerably closer to West Butte than South Butte)EoceneTejoninvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Architectonia,Cordieria,Drillia,Galeodea,Monodonta,SurculaCA0533ref to Fusina in original deleted Another reference indicates Fusus is found in overlying Miocene(?) beds in the general area. 050522. HA thinks Fusina is probably a valid gastropod genus. 100122 Cordieria originally Cordiera. Galeodea originally Galoeda39.2110,-121.8614,ne1/4s28t16nr1e,AJm72|*
West ButteSutterCANE of West ButteMiocene?invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Acila,Cardium,Crassatella,Macoma,Venericardia,(others);gastropoda-FususCA0534The Tertiary gravels of the Sierra Nevada of California By Waldemar Lindgren, Frank Hall Knowlton39.2045,-121.8601,SE1/4s28t16nr1e,AJm72|*
West ButteSutterCANE,in SE1/4s28t16nr1e (-121.8472, 39.2177, ( 1685 ft ) at a distance of 1526 m (39.2045 121.8601 2km SW of West Butte)Eoceneinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Trochosmilia;;;mollusks-bivalvia-CarditaCA0534The Tertiary gravels of the Sierra Nevada of California By Waldemar Lindgren, Frank Hall Knowlton39.2045,-121.8601,SE1/4s28t16nr1e,AJm72|*
Cottonwood CreekTehamaCA1 km up small ravine in e1/2s25t7nr8w (PLSS location is in Sonoma County nowhere near Cottonwood Creek). Lat Long put at junction of North and Middle Forks of Cottonwood Creek about 2.5km S of Gas PointCretaceousKnoxvilleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Astarte,Corbula,Lima,Myoconcha,Opis,Pectunculus,Spondylus;gastropoda-Fissurella,Helcion;scaphopoda-DentaliumCA0536Pectunculus originally PectundulusRansom,'Fossils in America'40.3946,-122.5254,e1/2s25t7nr8w?,AJm73|*
PaskentaTehamaCA3 km W on Paskenta-Lowrey road at McCarthy Creek sw1/4s19t24nr6w (39.9088 122.4714 4.8km W of Flourney)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-AucellaCA0537Ransom,'Fossils in America'39.9088,-122.4714,sw1/4s19t24nr6w,AKm73|*
PaskentaTehamaCA5 km NW is s20t24nr6w (,-122.5411, 39.9357 at a distance of 1744 m (39.9206 122.5595 About 2km ENE of Whiterock Butte.)CretaceousKnoxvilleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Astarte,Corbula,Lucina,Nucula;gastropoda-TurboCA0538Ransom,'Fossils in America'39.9206,-122.5595,s20t24nr6w,AIm73|*
PaskentaTehamaCA8 km N on small hillinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-OlcostephanusCA0539Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.0959,-122.1335,,AKm73?|*
PaskentaTehamaCAOn bald hills between Paskenta and Lowrey's ne1/4s8t24nr6w (39.9362 122.5404 400 m S of Mill Creek about 2km W of Lowrey Road)CretaceousKnoxvilleinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-CriocerasCA0540Ransom,'Fossils in America'39.9362,-122.5404,ne1/4s8t24nr6w,AIm72|*
S Fork Elder CreekTehamaCA2 km NW of Cooper's S36t25nr7w (39.9807N,-122.5902W PLSS location is in Blue Canyon between South and Middle Forks of Elder Creek)CretaceousKnoxvilleinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-HoplitesCA0541Ransom,'Fossils in America'39.9807,-122.5902,S36t25nr7w,AIm73|*
S Fork Elder CreekTehamaCAne1/4s6t29nr6w (this PLSS location is probably wrong. Elder Creek is further South -- West of Gerber, Tehama County). PLSS Loc is on ridge between Squaw Creek and Roaring River about 6.4km WSW of Gas Point. Lat Long is for the PLSS Loc as there is already a S Fork Elder Creek loc CA0541 CretaceousKnoxvilleinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-belemnoideaCA0542Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.3983,-122.5837,ne1/4s6t29nr6w?,AIk72|*
Tuscan SpringsTehamaCA16 km NE of Red Bluff on Little Salt Creek, nw1/4s32t28nr2w (40.2257 122.1150 in valley of Little Salt Creek W of Tuscan Springs)invertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Ficus,Fusus,TurritellaCA0543Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.2257,-122.1150,nw1/4s32t28nr2w,AKm72|*
Tuscan SpringsTehamaCANw1/4s32t28nr2w (40.2257 122.1150 in valley of Little Salt Creek W of Tuscan Springs)Cretaceous UpperChico (CA)invertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaCA0544Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.2257,-122.1150,Nw1/4s32t28nr2w,AKm72|*
Tuscan SpringsTehamaCAarea exposuresCretaceousinvertebrates(diverse)CA0545Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.2408,-122.1106,,AJm73|*
Watson CreekTehamaCACretaceousKnoxvilleinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-belemnoideaCA054639.6797,-122.5283,,AJm73?|*
Big Bar-Trinity RiverTrinityCAat Pattison and Wilshire Mines in ne1/4s5t33nr12w (-123.2558, 40.7410, ( 1320 ft ) at a distance of 653 m (3km NE of Big Bar in canyon of Manzinita Creek)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Aucella,Cyprina,Mytilus,pectinidae-Pecten;;;;plantsCA0547Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.7410,-123.2558,ne1/4s5t33nr12w,AIm72|*
Rattlesnake CreekTrinityCA12 km SW of Peanut in sw1/4s20t1sr8e in Sandstone-shale conglomerate (-123.3086, 40.3646 at a distance of 1074 m (E side of Scott Flatt 3km SE of Forest Glen)Jurassicinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Unio;;;plants-ginkgophyta-Taeniopteris;pteridophyta-cycadopsida-CyclopitysCA0548Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.3646,-123.3086,sw1/4s20t1sr8e,AHm72|*
WeavervilleTrinityCAalong Trinity RiverOligoceneWeavervilleplantsCA054940.7311,-122.9408,,AKm73?|*
WeavervilleTrinityCAalong Trinity River,CACretaceous UpperHorsetowninvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-CriocerasCA0550Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.7311,-122.9408,,AKm73?|*
ColumbiaTuolumneCATable Mountain Fauna 39-02n 120-23WMiocene Upperplants(28 species)CA055239.0333,-120.3833,,AIk54|*
Stanislaus RiverTuolumneCAnear canyon opposite mouth of Bear Creek ne1/4 s11t1nr13e (37.9572 120.5119 (site appears to be in the middle of Melones Lake)JurassicForemanplants(abundant)CA0553Ransom,'Fossils in America'37.9572,-120.5119, ne1/4s11t1nr13e,AKm72|*
Apache CanyonVenturaCAIn nearby ravine in S2+11t8nr23w 34.8040 119.2867vertebrates-mammals-lagomorpha-leporidae-Hypolagus;;rodentia-geomyidae-PerognathusCA0554CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionRansom,'Fossils in America'34.8040,-119.2867,S2t8nr23w,AJm73|*
Gas Plant CanyonVenturaCAne1/4s18t3nr20w -119.0037, 34.3417 at a distance of 1104 m 34.3458 119.0126 (About 1km W of head of Loftus Canyon.)Eocene-MioceneSespevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-PromerycochoerusCA0555Originally entered as Promerychoerus34.3458,-119.0126,ne1/4s18t3nr20w,AKm72|*
Grimes canyonVenturaCA2 km E on long spur NW of Oak RidgeMioceneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-AnomiaCA0556Ransom,'Fossils in America'34.2898,-118.9124,,AKm73?|*
Little Sespe CreekVenturaCA2 km above Sespe Creek{4}Mioceneinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-PotamidesCA055734.4611,-118.9405,,AKm73?|*
Los Posas HillsVenturaCAKew QuarryEocene-MioceneSespevertebrates-mammals-carnivora-canidae-Mesocyon;Hoplophoneus,saber_tooth_cats-Nimravus;;perissodactyla-rhinocerotidae-SubhyracodonCA0558Ransom,'Fossils in America'34.2518,-118.9246,,AKm54|*
McCray Wells[?]VenturaCAN side of Simi Valley,sw1/4 s33t3nr17wEoceneLlajasinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cucullaea,Isocardia,PinnaCA0559No citation for McCray Wells on Google or USGS 050522. The PLSS location appears to be a steep hillside just North of White Oaks Park at roughly 34.2963N 118.6615W. USGS shows no wells or springs in the area. Citations seem to indicate site exposes several formations and is about 2km E of McCray Wells.http://archive.org/stream/jstor-30058924/30058924_djvu.txt34.2963,-118.6615,,AKm73?|*
Pearson Ranch QuarryVenturaCAThe Pearson Ranch locality is North of the Simi ValleyEocene (Duchesnean)Sespevertebrates-mammals-creodonta-Hyaenodon;insectivora-Sespedectes;primates-Chumashius;rodentia-Griphomys,PareumysCA0560The terrestrial Eocene-Oligocene transition in North America, Donald R. Prothero, Robert J. Emry34.3321,-118.7574,,AJk55|*
Quatal CanyonVenturaCAIn s1/2s27t9nr23w County Industrial Road Camp; California: Ventura Co. -119.3312, 34.8617 at a distance of 2729 m 34.8326 119.3218MioceneMontereyvertebrates-mammals-rodentia-CitellusCA0561There does not seem to be a Quatel Canyon in California--perhaps QuatalRansom,'Fossils in America'34.8326,-119.3218,s1/2s27t9nr23w,AKm73|*
Rincon HillVenturaCAin road cuts at the interchange of US101 and CA150 in 17 distinct bedsPleistocenePico|Santa Barbara|San Pedroinvertebrates(diverse)-mollusks(abundant)CA056234.3836,-119.4837,,AKm72|*
Santa Clara RiverVenturaCAIn se1/4s13t3nr21w (-119.0220, 34.3533 at a distance of 1339 m 34.3348 119.0174 (On ridge between Richardson Canyon and Morgan Canyon about 2km ESE of Santa Clara River.)Eocene-MioceneSespevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Leptauchenia?CA0576Ransom,'Fossils in America'34.3348,-119.0174,se1/4s13t3nr21w,AKm73|*
Santa PaulaVenturaCAdue S along base of cliffs{4}Miocene Lowerinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Scutaster;;mollusks-bivalvia-Solen;gastropoda-SolenosteiraCA056334.3368,-119.0573,,AKm73?|*
Santa SusanaVenturaCA1 km E on RR in Se1/4s7t2nr17w (PLSS 34.2686 118.6959 1.5km from Simi Valley High School)|{4}invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-LedaCA056434.2686,-118.6959, Se1/4s7t2nr17w,AKm72|*
Santa SusanaVenturaCAIn Arroyo Simi on S side of townEoceneLlajasinvertebrates-mollusksCA056534.2593,-118.7298,,AKm73?|*
Sespe CreekVenturaCAN side on N-S Ridge{4}Mioceneinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaCA056634.4517,-118.9242,,AKm73?|*
Simi HillsVenturaCACretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA056734.2244,-118.7158,,AKm63?|*
Simi ValleyVenturaCAat the Simi Valley LandfillEocene-MioceneSespe?CA056834.2880,-118.7893,,AKn73?|*
Simi ValleyVenturaCAin W bank of Simi ArroyoPaleocene-EoceneLlajasinvertebrates-echinoderms,mollusksCA056934.2838,-118.8601,,AKm73?|*
Simi Valley NorthVenturaCAEocene (Duchesnean)Sespevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-TapochoerusCA057034.3321,-118.7574,,AJl35|*
Tapo RanchVenturaCAEocene (Uintan)Sespevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Tapochoerus;carnivora-Miacis,Procynodictis,Tapocyon;primates-DyseolemurCA057134.3144,-118.7184,,AKm54?|*
Topatopa BluffVenturaCAIn Mt Pinos quad se1/4s18t5nr22w in black shales (PLSS 34.5112 119.2174)CretaceousChico (CA)protists-forams-CyclamminaCA0572Ransom,'Fossils in America'34.5112,-119.2174,se1/4s18t5nr22w,AKm72|*
Ventura RiverVenturaCAW along S side of Ridge N of Coyote CreekMiocene LowerVaquerosinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaCA0573Ransom,'Fossils in America'34.3643,-119.3158,,AKm73?|*
Wheeler SpringsVenturaCAEoceneCozydellinvertebrates-echinoderms(starfish)-asteroidea-AstropectenCA0574Astropecten originally Asteropecten34.5081,-119.2906,,AKm73|*
Wiley CanyonVenturaCAalong NE-SW Ridge W of mouthMiocene LowerVaquerosinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,PinnaCA0575Ransom,'Fossils in America'34.3575,-118.5567,,AKm73?|*
-Ventura|Santa BarbaraCACretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCA057734.4904,-119.5024,location:Lake Jameson.CA,AJk55|*
Capay ValleyYoloCAs1/2s28t11nr3w (38.7687 122.1987 In Smith Canyon)EoceneCapayinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Trochocyathus;;;mollusks-gastropoda-Fusinus,Gemmula,Lacinia,Spiroglyphus,TurritellaCA0578Ransom,'Fossils in America'38.7687,-122.1987, s1/2s28t11nr3w,AKm72?|*
Deer TrailArapahoe?COPaleoceneFort Unionvertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-BrachychampsaCO0239CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission39.615,-104.0439,,AJk44|*
ArbolesArchuletaCO3km N on E side of Piedra RiverPaleoceneAnimasvertebrates-mammals-eutheria-condylarthra-Periptychus,PhenacodusCO0001CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission37.0281,-107.4186,,AKm73|*
PiedraArchuletaCO8km N in Piedra River Canyon S3?T35NR4W -107.2742, 37.3353 2.43km from Monument Park) mJurassicWanakahvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Hulettia;osteichtyes-TodiltiaCO0002CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission37.3353,-107.2742,S3?T35NR4W,AKm73|*
Piedra RiverArchuletaCO13 km N of US160 on road along E side of riverinvertebrates-brachiopoda,echinoderms-crinoidsCO000337.4375,-107.1800,,AKm73?|*
Cimmaron National GrasslandsBaca?COAt Fullerton Gravel Pit. Unable to identify location. LatLon is trailhead for Picketwire Canyon TrailMioceneOgallalavertebrates-mammals(bones),reptilia-turtlesCO0254http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/psicc/projects/forest_revision/pt1_ch13_paleo_061228.pdf37.6591,-103.6063,,AGh15|*
Cimmaron/Comanche National GrasslandsBacaCOin conglomerate at top of formation. LatLon is trailhead for Picketwire Canyon Trail, but actual outcrops could be anywhere in the Grasslands of Otero, Baca,Las Animas countiesJurassic,LowerEntradavertebrates(bones)CO0262http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/psicc/projects/forest_revision/pt1_ch13_paleo_061228.pdf37.6591,-103.6063,,AGL5|*
Cimmaron/Comanche National GrasslandsBaca?COIn calcerite layers at base. LatLon is trailhead for Picketwire Canyon Trail, but actual outcrops could be anywhere in the Grasslands of Otero, Baca,Las Animas countiesCretaceousGreenhorninvertebrates(marine),vertebratesCO0256http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/psicc/projects/forest_revision/pt1_ch13_paleo_061228.pdf37.6591,-103.6063,,AGj15|*
Cimmaron/Comanche National GrasslandsBaca?COLatLon is trailhead for Picketwire Canyon Trail, but actual outcrops could be anywhere in the Grasslands of Otero, Baca,Las Animas countiesCretaceousGlencairn Shaleichnofossils,invertebrates(marine),vertebrates(marine)CO0259http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/psicc/projects/forest_revision/pt1_ch13_paleo_061228.pdf37.6591,-103.6063,,AHj15|*
Cimmaron/Comanche National GrasslandsBaca?COLatLon is trailhead for Picketwire Canyon Trail, but actual outcrops could be anywhere in the Grasslands of Otero, Baca,Las Animas countiesCretaceousGranerosvertebrates(marine)CO0257http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/psicc/projects/forest_revision/pt1_ch13_paleo_061228.pdf37.6591,-103.6063,,AHj15|*
Cimmaron/Comanche National GrasslandsBaca?COLatLon is trailhead for Picketwire Canyon Trail, but actual outcrops could be anywhere in the Grasslands of Otero, Baca,Las Animas countiesJurassic,MiddleBell Ranchmicrofossils-stromatolites;vertebrates(bones)CO0261http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/psicc/projects/forest_revision/pt1_ch13_paleo_061228.pdf37.6591,-103.6063,,AHj15|*
Cimmaron/Comanche National GrasslandsBaca?COLatLon is trailhead for Picketwire Canyon Trail, but actual outcrops could be anywhere in the Grasslands of Otero, Baca,Las Animas counties|in lake depositsJurassicMorrisoninvertebrates,plants,vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)CO0260http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/psicc/projects/forest_revision/pt1_ch13_paleo_061228.pdf37.6591,-103.6063,,AHi15|*
Comanche National GrasslandsBacaCOAt Entrada Flats in conglomerate. This appears to be a legitimate site, but there is no information as to where it is except that is is in the Comanche National GrasslandsJurassic,MiddleEntradavertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia(scutes)(teeth),dinosauria(teeth)CO0266http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/psicc/projects/forest_revision/pt1_ch13_paleo_061228.pdf37.1121,-103.0183,,AHj14|*
Comanche National GrasslandsBacaCOAt top of canyon exposures in Carrizo Unit LatLon is Carrizo CanyonCretaceousDakota Sandstonevertebrates(tracks)(isolated)CO0265http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/psicc/projects/forest_revision/pt1_ch13_paleo_061228.pdf37.1121,-103.0183,,AHj14|*
Comanche National GrasslandsBacaCOIn canyon breaks near Oklahoma border. LatLon is Little Black Mesa. May or may not be in the right areaCretaceousDakotavertebrates(trackways)(abundant)(isolated)CO0267http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/psicc/projects/forest_revision/pt1_ch13_paleo_061228.pdf37.0141,-102.9282,,AHj14?|*
Comanche National GrasslandsBacaCOPicture Canyon near CO-OK border-- No collecting LatLon is picnic areaCretaceousDakotavertebrates-reptilia(tracks)CO0278http://www.wipsppc.com/field_trips-2009.php37.0123,-102.7446,,AHk53|*
Comanche National GrasslandsBaca?COIn calcareous layers at base of Greenhorn Limestone. LatLon is trailhead for Picketwire Canyon Trail, but actual outcrops could be anywhere in the Grasslands of Otero, Baca,Las Animas countiesCretaceousGreenhornvertebrates-fish(15 species)-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(22 species);;reptilia(6 species)CO0253http://www.scribd.com/doc/7057257/17Sealeyetal837.6591,-103.6063,,AHj15|*
PritchettBacaCOto NorthCretaceousGraneros Shalevertebrates-reptilia-plesiosauria-ThalassomedonCO0004CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission37.3703,-102.8592,,AHm73?|*
BellvueBoulderCO4 km N sandstoneCretaceousDakotainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Avicula,Inoceramus,Ostrea;;;vertebrates-fish(scales)(vertebrae)CO000540.6537,-105.1726,,AKm73?|*
BellvueBoulderCOAt exit of Boxelder Creek from Foothillsinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaCO0006Not sure the stream used here is Boxelder Creek40.6720,-105.1464,,AKm73?|*
BellvueBoulderCOAt mouth of Owl Canyoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Avicula,Inoceramus,OstreaCO000740.7764,-105.1419,,AKm73?|*
BerthoudBoulderCOW in fold within first hogback in sandy shalesCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Avicula,Inoceramus,OstreaCO000840.0284,-105.2976,,AKm73?|*
BerthoudBoulderCOW just outside first hogback in shalesCretaceousBentoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Avicula,Inoceramus,OstreaCO000940.0275,-105.2947,,AKm73?|*
BoulderBoulderCO4.8km E of US36 at Haystack Mountain. Closed to collectingCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopodaCO0287Colorado Rockhounding-Stephen M. Voynick40.1120,-105.2229,,Akm73?|*
BoulderBoulderCO5-10 km N below Hygiene SandstoneCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites;;;;vertebrates(bones)(uncommon)CO001140.0890,-105.2763,,AKm73?|*
BoulderBoulderCO5-10 km NCretaceousPierreinvertebrates-mollusks(shells)-cephalopoda;;plants(petrified wood),vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones),squamata-mosasauridae-MosasaurusCO001040.0890,-105.2763,,AKm73?|*
BoulderBoulderCO6 km E at 40th parallel (presumably on Baseline Ave)CretaceousFox HillsinvertebratesCO001240.00,-105.2137,,AKm73?|*
BoulderBoulderCO6 km S just outside foothills at mouth of Bear Canyoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-BaculitesCO001339.9732,-105.2699,,ALo73|*
BoulderBoulderCONE,on Haystack Butte and in fields to Winvertebrates-mollusksCO001540.1122,-105.2243,,AKm73?|*
BoulderBoulderCOat University Hospital E in brickyardinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda;;plants(wood),vertebrates-fish(bones),reptilia-dinosauria(bones)CO0016Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.0137,-105.2434,,AMn83?|*
BulgerBoulderCO1 km Sinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Avicula,Pholadomya;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,ScaphitesCO0018Ransom,'Fossils in America'39.9946,-105.2722,,ALm73?|*
BulgerBoulderCO2 km NE in grayish calcareous Sandstoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Crenella;scaphopoda-Dentalium;;;plants-angiosperms-HalymenitesCO0019Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.0149,-105.2705,,AHh15?|*
Cottonwood SpringBoulderCOat top of Cottonwood Draw - 24 km NNE of Orchardinvertebrates(diverse)-mollusks-bivalvia-Corbicula,Ostrea;gastropoda-Melania;;;plants-angiosperms-Halymenites;;vertebrates-reptilia(teeth)CO0020Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.477,-103.929,,AIk54?|*
Fort CollinsBoulderCON and NW at lower boundary of Hygiene SandstoneCretaceousHygieneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Avicula,Inoceramus,OstreaCO002140.6431,-105.1701,,AKm73?|*
Fort CollinsBoulderCOat Fossil Ridge|in concretionsinvertebrates(abundant)CO0022Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.5083,-105.0727,,AKm73?|*
Greasewood LakeBoulderCO3 km SE of Osgood S and SW of lakeCretaceousFox Hillsinvertebrates-mollusksCO0023Actually in Weld County?Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.4870,-104.2239,,AKm73|*
GreeleyBoulderCO2 km E of Fosston on E side of Valley?CO002540.4914,-104.2181,,AKm73?|*
GreeleyBoulderCO3 km N of Fosston at abandoned reservoir?CO002640.6016,-104.3669,,AIl73?|*
GreeleyBoulderCOAt Cow Creekinvertebrates(diverse)CO002740.4233,-104.7086,,AKm73?|*
GreeleyBoulderCOIn area exposures:?CO002940.4232,-104.7086,,AJI14?|*
Little Thompson CanyonBoulderCO7 km SSECretaceousFox Hillsinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Sphaeriola;cephalopodaCO003040.4228,-105.2281,,AJj34|*
Little Thompson CanyonBoulderCOE of mouthCretaceousPierre Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-BaculitesCO003140.2628,-105.1920,,AJj34|*
Little Thompson CanyonBoulderCOWSW in Tepee Buttes. This entry seems hopelessly confused. Tepee Buttes are associated with Cretaceous faulting and are found far to the SE, E of I25 between Colorado Springs and PuebloCretaceousPierreinvertebrates-bryozoa-Membranipora;mollusks-bivalvia-Avicula,Inoceramus,Lucina,Ostrea;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,Scaphites;;gastropodaCO0032http://coloradoearthscience.blogspot.com/2011/12/tepee-buttes-late-cretaceous-submarine.html38.2487,-104.2560,location:Boone.CO,AIj34|*
Little Thompson CanyonBoulderCOat mouthCretaceousNiobrara Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus,Ostrea;;;plants-angiosperms-HalymenitesCO003340.2628,-105.1920,,AJj34|*
LongmontBoulderCO3 km SECretaceousPierreinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Crenella;cephalopodaCO0034Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.1426,-105.0738,,AKm73?|*
LongmontBoulderCO400 meters E at Reservoir HillCretaceousPierreinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Callista,Cardium,Lucina,Mactra,Ostrea,Veniella;gastropoda-Cylichna,Melania;scaphopoda-Dentalium;;;vertebrates-reptilia(teeth)CO0035Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.1986,-105.1019,,AGl63?|*
LongmontBoulderCO8 km ECretaceousPierreinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Callista,Cardium,Lucina,Mactra,Ostrea,Veniella;gastropoda-Cylichna,Melania;scaphopoda-Dentalium;;;vertebrates-reptilia(teeth)CO0036Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.1684,-105.0068,,AIm73?|*
LongmontBoulderCOSCretaceousDakotainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus,Ostrea;;;vertebrates-fish(vertebrae),reptilia-plesiosauria(teeth)CO0037Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.1166,-105.0983,,AJm73?|*
MarshallBoulderCOSW along coal CreekCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,Heteroceras,ScaphitesCO0038Ransom,'Fossils in America'39.8787,-105.2820,,AKm73?|*
Osgood P.O.BoulderCO10 km NEinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Corbicula;cephalopoda,gastropoda-Melania,PlanorbisCO0039Not clear exactly where the Osgood P.O. wasRansom,'Fossils in America'40.6202,-104.1641,,AIk33|*
Osgood P.O.BoulderCO36 km ENE of Greeleyinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-CorbulaCO0040Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.5253,-104.2465,,AIk74|*
Osgood P.O.BoulderCO7 km Einvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaCO004140.5357,-104.1325,,AIk74|*
Osgood P.O.BoulderCO7 km NE in coal outcrop at old stone corral 400 meters down gullyinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Anomia,Corbicula,Modiolus,Mytilus,OstreaCO0042Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.5983,-104.1737,,AIk73?|*
Osgood P.O.BoulderCO7 km Winvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Corbicula(abundant);cephalopodaCO0043Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.5336,-104.3468,,AIk73?|*
Osgood P.O.BoulderCONE,in area exposuresinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaCO0044Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.5983,-104.1737,,AIk73?|*
PlattevilleBoulderCO8 km NNW at Wildcat Mound in gulliesCretaceous UpperMillikeninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Teredo(inwood);gastropoda;;vertebrates-fish(vertebrae),reptilia(teeth)CO0045Original said 'Millikan' formationRansom,'Fossils in America'40.2806,-104.8659,,AJm73?|*
ValmontBoulderCOIn White Rock Bluff and NE along a fault lineCretaceous UpperMillikeninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Avicula,Nucula,Ostrea,Yoldia;gastropoda,scaphopoda-Dentalium;;;plants-angiosperms-Halymenites;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;reptilia(teeth)CO004640.0319,-105.2139,,AKn73?|*
WellingtonBoulderCO1 km NE in canal banksinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Yoldia;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-BaculitesCO004740.6670,-105.0411,,AKm73?|*
WellingtonBoulderCO10 km NE in gulliesinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Avicula,Mactra,Veniella;scaphopoda-DentaliumCO004840.7782,-104.9381,,AIk73?|*
WellingtonBoulderCO22 km NNW at Round Butte in bluffs at top of talus slopeinvertebrates(abundant),vertebrates-fish(scales)-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;reptilia(teeth)CO004940.8078,-104.8854,,AIk73?|*
WellingtonBoulderCO22 km NNW at Round Butte in bluffs in area|atop mesa,Tertiary age (petrified wood)Tertiaryplants(petrified wood)CO005240.8084,-104.8968,,AIm73?|*
WellingtonBoulderCO22 km NNW at Round Butte in bluffs in area|in chert floatMississippian-CO005140.8084,-104.8968,,AIm73?|*
WellingtonBoulderCO22 km NNW at Round Butte in bluffs in area|in concretionsCretaceousHygiene sandstone-CO005040.8084,-104.8968,,AIm73?|*
WellingtonBoulderCO5 km E below Millikan Sandstoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-VeniellaCO005340.7047,-104.9376,,AKm73?|*
WellingtonBoulderCO5 km N and to west in road cuts and stream bedsCretaceousPierre Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus,(others)CO005440.7552,-105.0051,,AKm73?|*
WellingtonBoulderCO8 to 10 km Einvertebrates(abundant),vertebrates(teeth)CO005540.6969,-104.8866,,AJm73?|*
Monarch HillChaffeeCOIn LimestoneOrdovicianinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Diphyphyllum,Zaphrentis;tabulata-Halysites,Heliolites;;;mollusks-cephalopoda-orthocerida-Orthoceras;;;porifera-stromatoporoidea-StromatoporaCO005638.5122,-106.3312,,AJm73|*
Monarch areaChaffeeCOIn two horizons one black Limestone and the other shale 1000 meters higherDevonianOurayinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Athyris,Camarotoechia,Orthothetes,productida-Productella,Productus;spiriferida-Spirifer,Spiriferina;;bryozoa-fenestellida-Fenestella;;cnidaria-corals-tabulata-Syringopora;;;mollusks-cephalopoda-orthocerida-OrthocerasCO005738.5122,-106.3312,,AJm53|*
RussellChaffeeCO1.5 km NE W of old RR grade above Sangre de Christo Creek and along the axis of the synclineinvertebrates-brachiopoda-productida-Productus;spiriferida-Spirifer;;bryozoa-Rhombopora;mollusks-bivalvia-Aviculopecten;;;plants(wood)CO005837.5709,-105.2773,,AJm73?|*
Sawatch RangeChaffeeCOat Pitch Pinnacle http://www.colorado.edu/GeolSci/Resources/WUSTectonics/CzPaleobotany/introduction.htmlOligoceneplantsCO005938.8211,-106.3894,,AJm73|*
Stearns GulchChaffeeCOon black calcareous shaleinvertebrates-brachiopoda-productida-Productus;spiriferida-Spirifer;;bryozoa-Rhombopora;mollusks-bivalvia-Aviculopecten;;;plants(wood)CO0060There is a Stearns Gulch in Costilla County37.5919,-105.2447,,AJk54?|*
Trout Creek PassChaffeeCOOrdovicianHardinginvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea;brachiopoda-Lingula;conodonts,mollusks,porifera-hexactinellida-Dictyorhabdus;;;vertebrates-fish-agnatha-Astraspis;heterostraci-EriptychiusCO006138.9100,-105.9744,,AJm73|*
NE Crowley CountyCrowleyCOTepee Buttes Fossiliferous limestonesCretaceousNiobrarainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Lucina;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,ScaphitesCO006238.4518,-103.6122,,AJj14|*
CedaredgeDeltaCO4.8km NW near and in Green Valley MineCretaceousMesaverdevertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)CO006338.9414,-107.9714,,AJl73?|*
CedaredgeDeltaCOFrom roof of Red Mountain Coal MineCretaceousMesaverdevertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(tracks)CO006438.9017,-107.9258,,AJk33?|*
CedaredgeDeltaCOFrom roof of Western Star Coal MineCretaceousMesaverdevertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(tracks)CO006538.9017,-107.9258,,AJk33?|*
DeltaDeltaCOarea exposuresCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusksCO006638.7422,-108.0683,,AGl14?|*
Delta BridgeDeltaCO10.5 km W near top of Dakota Sandstone. Assume Delta Bridge= the US50 bridge at DeltaCretaceousDakotainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;cephalopodaCO006738.7568,-108.1769,,AJm73|*
Delta BridgeDeltaCO21 km N and 3 km W s10t13sr96w (PLSS -108.1084, 38.9264 at a distance of 1.228km from Porter Number 4 Dam)EoceneWasatchinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Unio;;;vertebrates-mammals(vertebrae)CO0068Ransom,'Fossils in America'38.9264,-108.1084,s10t13sr96w,AJk73?|*
Delta BridgeDeltaCO5.4 km WNWCretaceousBenton|Niobrarainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Prionocyclus,ScaphitesCO006938.7851,-108.1178,,AKm73|*
Delta BridgeDeltaCO6 km E on N side of Wells GulchCretaceousDakotaplants(fragments)CO007038.7426,-107.9874,,AJm73|*
Delta BridgeDeltaCO8 km WSW near top of Dakota SandstoneCretaceousDakotaplants-(stems)(casts)CO007138.7268,-108.1604,,Ajm73|*
Dry MesaDeltaCOSupersaurus Site-32km W of Delta near the line between Mesa and Montrose Counties near the East Fork of Escalante Creek. Closed to collecting but sometimes open for viewing the site. Talk to the BLM district office in Grand Junction re visitsJurassicMorrisonvertebrates-reptilia(abundant)CO0288over 10000 bones collectedColorado Rockhounding-Stephen M. Voynick38.6759,-108.2668,,AJm73|*
Young Egg LocalityDeltaCO24km W of Delta, 2km S of US50, NE of Junction of Wells Wash and Gunnison River. Black eggshell fragments weathering between two layers of sandstone. Research Natural Area. No collectingJurassicMorrisonvertebrates-reptilia-(eggs)(shells)(abundant)CO0289Colorado Rockhounding-Stephen M. Voynick38.8015,-108.3106,,AJm72|*
DenverDenverCO16 km W and 1.2 km S on W slope of Green Mountain above practice fairwayCretaceous UpperDenverplants(leaves)CO007239.6900,-105.1823,,AJm73?|*
DenverDenverCOAlong Alameda Parkway Rd W of Denver{7}vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(tracks)CO0073There is another segment of Alameda Parkway several km to the West on the W side of Dinosaur Ridge.39.6851,-105.1568,,AKm73?|*
Dinosaur Ridge (Dakota Hogback)DenverCOvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(tracks)CO0074www.dinoridge.org39.6816,-105.195,,AJn73|*
Red RocksDenverCOE of Morrison Hogback S of Alameda Road in LimestoneCretaceous UpperTimpasinvertebrates-brachiopoda(abundant)CO007539.6662,-105.2018,,AKn73?|*
Scotch CreekDoloresCO115 meters above base of Rico FormationRico[?]invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-MyalinaCO0076Unable to identify a 'Rico' formation in CO37.6536,-108.0444,,AKo73?|*
Castle RockDouglasCON near I25Paleocene Lowerplants(104 species)-(trees)CO007739.3741,-104.8648,,AKm73?|*
BondEagleCORoad cut on U side of CO131 NW1/4SE1/4S16T2SR83W (PLSS -106.6873, 39.8744, (Center of section) ( 6323 ft ) at a distance of 1024 m (Actual loc is probably a few hundred meters N of Bond))PennsylvanianMinturnvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii-CtenacanthusCO007839.8744,-106.6873,NW1/4SE1/4S16T2SR83W,AJk33|*
Colorado RiverEagleCOin massive gray LimestoneDevonianChaffeeinvertebrates-brachiopoda(abundant)-Athyris,Camarotoechia,productida-Productella;Schizophoria,spiriferida-SpiriferCO007940.3667,-105.8539,,AJm73|*
Eagle Bird GulchEagleCOat Red CliffCambrianinvertebrates-brachiopoda-obolidae,WestoniaCO0080The original says 'Westoniaella',but there are no citations for that and there is a species 'ella' listed for genus 'Westonia'. I'm guessing that the space between genus and species was inadvertently dropped39.5122,-106.3675,location:Red Cliff.CO,AJk44|*
Eagle Bird GulchEagleCOat Red CliffDevonian-MississippianLeadvilleinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Chonetes,Crania,Schuchertella,spiriferida-Spirifer;;bryozoa-fenestellida-Fenestella;;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Zaphrentis;;;echinoderms-crinoids(columnals);mollusks-bivalviaCO008139.5122,-106.3675,location:Red Cliff.CO,AJl44|*
Eagle Bird GulchEagleCOat Red CliffOrdovicianinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa(horn_corals)-ZaphrentisCO008239.5122,-106.3675,location:Red Cliff.CO,AJl73|*
McCoyEagleCOS31T1SR83W,S35-36T1SR84W,S6T2SR83W,S1-2T25R84W in fan delta deposits. Abundant invertebrates(marine) in the carbonatesPennsylvanianMinturninvertebrates(114 species),plants(4 species),vertebrates(3 species)CO0308'Faults, Fossils, and Canyons. Significant geologic features on public lands in Colorado. Geologic Advisory Group, BLM 1989'39.9266,-106.7701,,AJl73|*
McCoyEagleCOin stream gravelsMinturn-CO0251Paleolist-Sun, 18 Jan 2009 12:08:49 -070039.915,-106.725,,AJj14|*
McCoy Post OfficeEagleCOPennsylvanian,LowerMcCoyinvertebrates(microfossils)-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;;;protists-forams-fusulinidaCO0247http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0022-3360(193012)4:4%3C332:TFOTMF%3E2.0.CO;2-139.915,-106.725,,AJk34|*
Ten Mile DistrictEagleCOPennsylvanianWeberinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-crinoids(columnals)CO008339.5764,-106.1213,,AJk34|*
Colorado SpringsEl PasoCOIn old quarries in Red Rock Canyon Open Space. Turn S from US24 onto South Ridge Rd between 31st St and Manitou Springs Exit. Collecting prohibited. The quarries apparently are not identified on topo maps. LatLon might well be near trail headCretaceousDakota,Niobrarainvertebrates-mollusksCO0270http://www.wipsppc.com/field_trips-2009.php38.8538,-104.8794,,AKn72|*
Stone Reservoir-Camp RiceEl PasoCO1.6km N at Gardner Ranch. Most likely this refers to the Cedar Mountain area in Dona Ana County, NMPleistocene (Irvington)Camp Ricevertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneCO0084http://nmgs.nmt.edu/publications/guidebooks/Abstract.cfm?ID=1791532.5697,-106.9564,location:Cedar Hill.NM,AIk14|*
Williams CanyonEl PasoCOnear Manitou SpringsCambrian UpperSawatchinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita(tracks)CO008538.8667,-104.9175,,AKm73?|*
Arkansas RiverFremontCOLoc-41381OrdovicianHardingvertebrates-fishCO0252http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php38.4375,-105.2563,,ALm74|*
Canon CityFremontCOGarden Park area on W side of Oil CreekOrdovicianFremontinvertebrates(abundant)-arthropoda-crustacea;cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-crinoids(columnals);mollusks,poriferaCO0087Ransom,'Fossils in America'38.4000,-105.2167,,AKm73?|*
Canon CityFremontCOHarding's QuarryOrdovicianFremontinvertebrates(abundant)-arthropoda-crustacea;brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-crinoids(columnals);mollusks,porifera;vertebrates-fish(plates)CO0088Ransom,'Fossils in America'38.4000,-105.2167,,AKm73?|*
Canon CityFremontCOIn Priest CanyonOrdovician MiddleHardinginvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea;brachiopoda-Lingula;conodonts,mollusks,porifera-hexactinellida-Dictyorhabdus;;;vertebrates-fish-agnatha-Astraspis;heterostraci-EriptychiusCO0089Ransom,'Fossils in America'38.4000,-105.2167,,AKm73?|*
Canon CityFremontCOarea exposuresJurassicMorrisonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaCO0090Ransom,'Fossils in America'38.4000,-105.2167,,AJj33?|*
Canon CityFremontCOarea exposuresOrdovician Uppervertebrates-fish-agnatha(Ostracoderms)CO0091Ransom,'Fossils in America'38.4000,-105.2167,,AJj33?|*
Canon CityFremontCOJurassicMorrisonvertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-Goniopholis;crocodylomorpha-Amphicotylus;dinosauria-Amphicoelias,Camarasaurus,ornithischia-ankylosauria-Stegosaurus;Brachyrophus,Dryosaurus,Hypsirophus,Symphyrophus,Tichosteus;saurisichia-Caulodon;theropoda-Allosaurus,Dryptosaurus,Epanterias;;turtles-GlyptopsCO008638.4000,-105.2167,,AKm73?|*
Canyon CityFremontCOIn sandstonesOrdovicianHardingvertebrates-fish(plates)-agnatha-AstraspisCO009238.4375,-105.2563,,AJm74|*
Canyon City?FremontCOOn N side of Arkansas River in shales on road above McCormick Brick YardOrdovicianHardingvertebrates-fish(plates)-agnatha-Astraspis;heterostraci-EriptychiusCO009338.4372,-105.2619,,AKm73|*
Colorado State PenitentiaryFremontCOUS50 9 km W of penitentiary on US50. Roadcut exposing red to pink Ordovician Harding Limestone at West EndOrdovicianHardingvertebrates-fish-agnatha(bones)-Astraspis;heterostraci-EriptychiusCO009438.4959,-105.2882,,AKm73|*
Garden ParkFremontCO9.8km N on Shelf Road,park at turnouts. Protected site-presumably collecting is prohibitedCretaceous?vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)(eggs)(tracks)CO0096http://www.recreation.gov/detail.cfm?ID=116338.5733,-105.2247,,AJm73?|*
Garden ParkFremontCOMajor dinosaur site: 12.4km N of Canon City on Co Rd 9. Research Natural Area No CollectingJurassicMorrisoninvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;;mollusks;vertebrates-fish-osteichtyes-Todiltia;;mammals,reptilia(silicified bones)-dinosauria,turtlesCO0290'Colorado Rockhounding-Stephen M. Voynick','Faults, Fossils, and Canyons. Significant geologic features on public lands in Colorado. Geologic Advisory Group, BLM 1989'38.5409,-105.2157,,AJm72|*
Garden ParkFremontCON of Canyon City accessible via winding roads in 19th century and recent dinosaur quarries. No Collecting. LatLon is main office of U of Kansas Geology Field CampJurassic?Morrison?vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)CO0274http://www.wipsppc.com/field_trips-2009.php38.6428,-105.2150,,AJm73|*
Garden ParkFremontCOJurassicMorrisonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)-ornithischia-TichosteusCO009538.6428,-105.2150,,AJm73?|*
Gribbles CreekFremontCOOften waterworn fossilsDevonian,UpperChaffeevertebrates-fish(plates)(teeth)CO0280http://www.jstor.org/pss/129842938.66,-105.76,T51NR11ENM,AJm73|*
Indian SpringsFremontCOT15S, R69W Eight miles north of Florence and west of Lower Phantom Canyon. Private Property. Research Natural Area, No CollectingOrdovicianHardingichnofossils(diverse),invertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;merostomata,trilobitaCO0292'Faults, Fossils, and Canyons. Significant geologic features on public lands in Colorado. Geologic Advisory Group, BLM 1989'38.4970,-105.1244,T15SR69W,AKm73?|*
Spring GulchFremontCOT49N, R9E S of US50 about 8km E of Salida, CO DevonianPartingvertebrates-fish(disarticulated)-crossopterygii-Holoptychus;placodermi-antiarcha-BothriolepisCO0293'Faults, Fossils, and Canyons. Significant geologic features on public lands in Colorado. Geologic Advisory Group, BLM 1989'38.4919,-105.9239,T49NR9E,AKm73|*
Twin MountainFremontCO T18S, R71W, S11,12 3km N of US50 about 10km W of Canon City, CO OrdovicianHarding,Fremontinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa(horn_corals);;mollusks-cephalopoda-orthocerida-Orthoceras;;gastropoda;;vertebrates-fish(disarticulated)-agnatha-Astraspis;heterostraci-EriptychiusCO0294'Faults, Fossils, and Canyons. Significant geologic features on public lands in Colorado. Geologic Advisory Group, BLM 1989'38.5210,-105.3078,,AKm73|*
-GarfieldCOProbably in Douglas Pass areaEoceneGreen Riververtebrates-aves(birds)(feathers)(tracks)CO010539.6387,-108.7627,,AIj24|*
Colorado RiverGarfieldCOIn massive gray LimestoneDevonianChaffeeinvertebrates-brachiopoda(abundant)-Athyris,Camarotoechia,productida-Productella;Schizophoria,spiriferida-SpiriferCO009739.5888,-107.3969,,AJj14|*
Douglas PassGarfieldCOAt FAA radar site parking lot and nearby locations in 'Mahogany Ledge' of Parachute Creek memberEoceneGreen Riverinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta;;plants(leaves)(abundant)CO0098From Public Works garage at the pass, take road (CO256?) on right 4.1km take left fork, 4.1km take left fork 700m to parking lotRockhounding Colorado, By Cora Kappele, William A. Kappele p3839.6387,-108.7627,,GIm71|*
Douglas PassGarfieldCOin oil shaleTertiaryinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta;;plants(abundant)CO009939.6387,-108.7627,,GIm71|*
Douglas Pass-Rio BlancoGarfieldCOParachute Creek memberEoceneGreen Riverinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta(abundant);;vertebrates(diverse)(sparse)CO0100CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission39.6387,-108.7627,,GIm71|*
Flat TopsGarfieldCOExit I-70W at Dotsero. R at stop sign. Cross bridge. R onto Eagle Cy 301N. 2km to Deep Creek Rd(FR 600). Right and climb above 10500ft. Good Luck on finding this one unless the road markings in the back country are exceptionally good. Take maps, emergency supplies, and leave a trail of breadcrumbs. LatLon is arbitrary location in Flat Tops WildernessDevonianDyerinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-corals;mollusks-cephalopoda,gastropodaCO0273http://www.wipsppc.com/field_trips-2009.php39.9367, -107.1789,,AIi15|*
French CreekGarfieldCOJust W of Detsero in brown cliffs on N side of highway. Access poor since I-70 replaced US6 and parking no longer allowed. May be a pullout for Westbound trafficOrdovicianinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,mollusks-gastropodaCO0291Colorado Rockhounding-Stephen M. Voynick39.6079,-107.1561,,AKm72|*
Glenwood CanyonGarfieldCOThe at either end of the canyon as the layers bow down to the river level. These layers form cliffs and sloping hills. They are the remnants of shallow seasCambrian UpperDotseroinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-(mussels);cephalopoda,gastropodaCO010139.5500,-107.3197,,AJk34|*
Glenwood CanyonGarfieldCOThe at either end of the canyon as the layers bow down to the river level. These layers form cliffs and sloping hills. They are the remnants of shallow seasDevonianChaffeeinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-(mussels);cephalopoda,gastropodaCO0102LatLon is west end of the canyon. East end is about 12.5km E39.5500,-107.3197,,AJk34|*
Glenwood CanyonGarfieldCOThe at either end of the canyon as the layers bow down to the river level. These layers form cliffs and sloping hills. They are the remnants of shallow seasOrdovician LowerManitouinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-(mussels);cephalopoda,gastropodaCO0103LatLon is west end of the canyon. East end is about 12.5km E39.5500,-107.3197,,AJk34|*
LomaGarfieldCO32 km N (19.6km S of Douglas Pass) in clinker bed on W side of CO 139.CretaceousMesaverdeplantsCO0297Colorado Rockhounding-Stephen M. Voynick39.4242,-108.7933,,Ajm73|*
MackGarfieldCO16 km NW on county road 201 (N to S Road,W to 4Rd ang continue onto CR201) along West Salt Creek. Collection area is along next 24km of CR201plants(petrified wood)CO0299Colorado Rockhounding-Stephen M. Voynick39.3293,-108.9765,,AJm73|*
ParachuteGarfieldCObeds are exposed high up in area cliffsEoceneGreen RiverplantsCO010439.5747,-108.1103,,AJj13?|*
Roan CreekGarfield?CO[?]EoceneGreen Riverplants?,vertebrates-aves(birds)(feathers)-DiatrymaCO0240Original says 'Ute Trailhead' The Ute Trail appears to be near Colorado Springs -- too far SE for Green River? This probably refers to an exposure near the head of Roan Creekhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gastornis39.5168,-108.4646,location:Roan Creek.CO,AIm54?|*
Haystack MountainGilpinCO3 km NNW in fork of Arapaho Creekinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Corbula(fragments);cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Goniatites;;;;vertebrates-fish(scales)CO0106Ransom,'Fossils in America'37.2361,-107.2462,,AIm73?|*
KremmlingGrandCO2 km E of Muddy Creek at base of Muddy Butteinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus,OstreaCO0107Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.0687,-106.3736,,AKm73?|*
KremmlingGrandCOIn cliff in back of townCretaceousPierreinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-BaculitesCO0108Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.0667,-106.3860,,AKn73|*
KremmlingGrandCONW in protected area on BLM land--no collectingCretaceousPierreinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea(large)-PlacenticerasCO0271Placenticeras origially Planticerashttp://www.wipsppc.com/field_trips-2009.php40.0706,-106.4028,,AKn73?|*
KremmlingGrandCONW outside protected area on BLM land. LatLon is KemmlingCretaceousPierreinvertebrates-mollusksCO0272http://www.wipsppc.com/field_trips-2009.php40.0706,-106.4028,,AKn73?|*
KremmlingGrandCOT3N, R80W Large ammonites in concretions. Research Natural Area, No Collecting. Near Wolford Reservoir? (PLSS lat lon is about 8km NE of the reservoir).CretaceousPierreinvertebrates(100 taxa)-arthropoda-crustacea-decapoda-brachyura-(crabs),(lobsters);;;;brachiopoda,mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Placenticeras;nautilidae;gastropoda;;plants,vertebrates(marine)CO0301'Faults, Fossils, and Canyons. Significant geologic features on public lands in Colorado. Geologic Advisory Group, BLM 1989'40.2138,-106.3620,,AJm73?|*
KremmlingGrandCOarea Limestone exposuresinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-InoceramusCO0109Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.0602,-106.3889,,AJm43?|*
Middle ParkGrandCOJurassicMorrisonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-theropoda-PoekilopleuronCO011040.3413,-105.8553,,AJj44?|*
Whiteley PeakGrandCON in bluff in white SandstoneCenozoicplants-algae,angiosperms-Halymenites(leaves),Platanus(sycamore)CO011140.3250,-106.4915,,AIm73?|*
Whiteley PeakGrandCOS and Se in concretions in black shaleCretaceousPierreinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-tabulata-Chaetetes;;;mollusks-bivalvia-Avicula,Crenella,Inoceramus,Nucula,Ostrea;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,Heteroceras,Scaphites;;;;worms-annelida-SerpulaCO011240.3115,-106.47949,,AIm73?|*
Whiteley PeakGrandCOalong valley of Muddy Creek in concretions in black shaleCretaceousPierreinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-tabulata-Chaetetes;;;mollusks-bivalvia-Avicula,Crenella,Inoceramus,Nucula,Ostrea;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,Heteroceras,Scaphites;;;;worms-annelida-SerpulaCO011340.3044,-106.5020,,AJm73?|*
Wolford MountainGrandCOT2N, R80W, S30 Near Wolford Reservoir?CretaceousPierreinvertebrates(marine)CO0302'Faults, Fossils, and Canyons. Significant geologic features on public lands in Colorado. Geologic Advisory Group, BLM 1989'40.1164,-106.3921,,AJm73|*
Boulder LakeGunnisonCOin cirque at the end of Fossil Ridge|Often waterworn fossilsDevonian,UpperChaffeevertebrates-fish(plates)(teeth)CO0281http://www.jstor.org/pss/129842938.691,-106.612,S11T51NR3ENM,AJm73|*
Cross MountainGunnisonCOEast side|Often waterworn fossilsDevonian,UpperChaffeevertebrates-fish(plates)(teeth)CO0282http://www.jstor.org/pss/129842938.733, -106.690,S20T15SR83W6P,AIm73|*
Deadmans CreekGunnisonCOOften waterworn fossilsDevonian,UpperChaffeevertebrates-fish(plates)(teeth)CO0283http://www.jstor.org/pss/129842938.836, -106.745,S14T14SR84W6P,AJm73|*
Deadmans CreekGunnisonCOS14tsr84w in exposures along creek (Bad PLSS Loc -- no township) Lat Long is an arbitrary location near the mouth of Deadman GulchOrdovicianFremont Limestoneinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-tabulata-(chain_corals);;;echinoderms-crinoids(columnals);(shells);plants-algae-ReceptaculitesCO011538.8206,-106.7438,S14t14?sr84w?,AIm73|*
Fossil RidgeGunnisonCOOutcrops of Parting Formation of the Chaffee GroupDevonian,UpperPartingvertebrates-fish-arthrodira-Aspidichthys,Dinichthys;chondrichthyes-elasmobranchii,selachii-Ctenacanthus,holocephali-Sandalodus;;;placodermi-antiarcha-Bothriolepis;;sarcopterygii-dipnoi-coelacanthiformes-Gyroptychius,Litoptychius;Conchodus,Dipterus,Soederberghia;Onychodontia,porolepiformes-HoloptychiusCO0284http://www.pnas.org/content/suppl/2010/05/05/0914000107.DCSupplemental/sapp.pdf38.6487,-106.6671,,AIm73|*
Ohio CityGunnisonCOat Fossil Ridgeinvertebrates-brachiopoda,mollusks-cephalopodaCO011638.6487,-106.6671,,AIm73|*
Apodaca GulchHuerfanoCOMay be multiple localities --Apodock Gulch/Apocacha Gulch - Huerfano VIIEoceneHuerfanovertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Hapalodectes;carnivora-Viverravus;(Lovenia),perissodactyla-brontotheriidae-Eotitanops;;rodentia-ParamysCO0117CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionhttp://www.archive.org/stream/bulletin21peab/bulletin21peab_djv37.7569,-105.1292,,AIj34|*
Apodacha GulchHuerfanoCOMay be multiple localities --Apodock Gulch/Apodaca Gulch - Huerfano VIEoceneHuerfanovertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Bunophorus;creodonta-Hyopsodus,Oxyaena;eutheria-Esthonyx;marsupialia-Alphadon;perissodactyla-brontotheriidae-Lambdotherium;Hyracotherium;primates-MicrosyopsCO0118CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionhttp://www.archive.org/stream/bulletin21peab/bulletin21peab_djv37.7569,-105.1292,,AIj34|*
Archuleta DrawHuerfanoCONear Gardner-Huerfano IXEoceneHuerfanovertebrates-mammals-eutheria-cimolesta-Coryphodon;condylarthra-Phenacodus;;perissodactyla-Hyracotherium;;reptilia-squamataCO0119CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionhttp://peabody.yale.edu/sites/default/files/documents/scientific-publications/ypmB21_1966.pdf37.7364,-105.1029,,AJj34|*
GardnerHuerfanoCO3.1-4.6km N and or W at Muddy Divide,Huerfano-IEoceneHuerfanovertebrates-mammals-carnivora-Viverravus;rodentia-Paramys;;reptilia-crocodilia-Allognathosuchus;squamata-lacertilia-Saniwa;;turtles-Hadrianus?CO0120CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionhttp://peabody.yale.edu/sites/default/files/documents/scientific-publications/ypmB21_1966.pdf37.8099,-105.1686,,Aij53?|*
GardnerHuerfanoCO3.2 km EEoceneHuerfanovertebrates-reptilia-squamata-lacertilia-SaniwaCO0121http://peabody.yale.edu/sites/default/files/documents/scientific-publications/ypmB21_1966.pdf37.7773,-105.1347,,AJj53?|*
GardnerHuerfanoCO3.2 km NE at Bohannan CanyonEoceneHuerfanovertebrates-reptilia-squamataCO0122CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionhttp://peabody.yale.edu/sites/default/files/documents/scientific-publications/ypmB21_1966.pdf37.8027,-105.1350,,AJj53?|*
GardnerHuerfanoCO3.2km EEoceneHuerfanovertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-AllognathosuchusCO0150CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission37.7779,-105.1358,,AJj73?|*
GardnerHuerfanoCO3.2km N at Fossil CreekEoceneHuerfanovertebrates-aves(birds)(bones),reptilia-crocodilia,squamata-lacertilia-Odaxosaurus,Paraglyptosaurus,Xestops;;turtles-HadrianusCO0124CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionhttp://peabody.yale.edu/sites/default/files/documents/scientific-publications/ypmB21_1966.pdf37.8126,-105.1637,,AJj53?|*
GardnerHuerfanoCO3.2km NEoceneHuerfanovertebrates-reptilia-squamata-lacertilia-Paraglyptosaurus;serpentes-Cheilophis;;turtles-Echmatemys?CO0123CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionhttp://peabody.yale.edu/sites/default/files/documents/scientific-publications/ypmB21_1966.pdf37.8126,-105.1637,,AJj53?|*
GardnerHuerfanoCO4.6km NEoceneHuerfanovertebrates-reptilia-crocodiliaCO0125CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionhttp://peabody.yale.edu/sites/default/files/documents/scientific-publications/ypmB21_1966.pdf37.8195,-105.1719,,AIj73?|*
GardnerHuerfanoCO4.6km NEEoceneHuerfanovertebrates-reptilia-crocodiliaCO0126CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission37.8122,-105.1280,,AIj53?|*
GardnerHuerfanoCOAt C.C.C. DrawEoceneHuerfanovertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia,squamataCO0127CCC Draw is probably the gulch W of County Rd 634 N of CO69 W of Gardner. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionhttp://peabody.yale.edu/sites/default/files/documents/scientific-publications/ypmB21_1966.pdf37.8262,-105.2013,,AJj73?|*
GardnerHuerfanoCOAt Costillo Pocket--Huerfano VIIIEoceneHuerfanovertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Diacodexis;creodonta-Ambloctonus;eutheria-Leptotomus;perissodactyla-brontotheriidae-Lambdotherium;Hyracotherium;primates-Microsyops;rodentia-Knightomys,Paramys;;reptilia-squamata-lacertilia-Saniwa;Proglyptosaurus;turtles-EchmatemysCO0128Costillo Pocket is roughly 1.6km SW of CO69 on ridge on W side of Oak Creek. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionhttp://peabody.yale.edu/sites/default/files/documents/scientific-publications/ypmB21_1966.pdf37.7456,-105.1124,,AJj73?|*
GardnerHuerfanoCOAt Garcia CanyonEoceneHuerfanovertebrates-mammals-carnivora-Miacis;creodonta-Hyopsodus,Prolimnocyon;eutheria-condylarthra-Phenacodus;;primates-Microsyops;;reptilia-crocodilia-Allognathosuchus;squamata-lacertilia-ParaglyptosaurusCO0129Not entirely clear where Garcia Canyon is. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionhttp://peabody.yale.edu/sites/default/files/documents/scientific-publications/ypmB21_1966.pdf37.7668,-105.1503,,AJj73?|*
GardnerHuerfanoCOAt Williams CreekEoceneHuerfanovertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Bunophorus;carnivora-Viverravus;creodonta-Hyopsodus;eutheria-cimolesta-Trogosus;;perissodactyla-brontotheriidae-Mesatirhinus;;;reptilia-squamata-lacertilia-XestopsCO0130Williams Creek is NS flowing creek just W of Gardner Butte. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionhttp://peabody.yale.edu/sites/default/files/documents/scientific-publications/ypmB21_1966.pdf37.7927,-105.1489,,AJj73?|*
Gardner ButteHuerfanoCO3.1km EEoceneHuerfanovertebrates-mammals-creodonta-Hyopsodus;perissodactyla-brontotheriidae-Lambdotherium;Hyracotherium;rodentia-Reithroparamys;;reptilia-squamata-serpentes-CheilophisCO0131CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionhttp://peabody.yale.edu/sites/default/files/documents/scientific-publications/ypmB21_1966.pdf37.7822,-105.1069,,AJj73|*
Manuel DrawHuerfanoCOHuerfano VIIEoceneHuerfanovertebrates-mammals-carnivora-Viverravus;creodonta-Hyopsodus;primates-LoveinaCO0132CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionhttp://peabody.yale.edu/sites/default/files/documents/scientific-publications/ypmB21_1966.pdf37.7414,-105.1199,,AJj74|*
Oak CreekHuerfanoCO4.6km NEoceneHuerfanovertebrates-reptilia-crocodiliaCO0133CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionhttp://peabody.yale.edu/sites/default/files/documents/scientific-publications/ypmB21_1966.pdf37.7183,-105.0533,,AJj74|*
Promontory BluffHuerfanoCO11-12km NW of Gardner = Black MountainEoceneHuerfanovertebrates-reptilia-squamata-lacertilia-Paraglyptosaurus;;turtles-HadrianusCO0134CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionhttp://peabody.yale.edu/sites/default/files/documents/scientific-publications/ypmB21_1966.pdf37.8415,-105.2573,,AJk54|*
WalsenburgHuerfanoCOAlong CO160 between Walsenburg and Ft Garland in shalesDevonian?Madera_NMinvertebrates-brachiopoda-MucrospiriferCO013537.5903,-105.2545,,AIj24?|*
Muddy PassJacksonCO2 km S of Kremmling-Steamboat roadCretaceousNiobrarainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaCO013639.7672,-106.6047,,AJk73?|*
Rabbit EarsJacksonCONE,in coal mineEoceneWasatch?invertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda(non_marine)-ViviparusCO013740.2628,-106.3178,,AJm73?|*
Steamboat SpringsJacksonCOCretaceousMancos Shalevertebrates-fish(scales)CO013840.4886,-106.8492,,AJj43?|*
-Jackson|GrandCOE on N side of the West Grizzlyinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-BaculitesCO0139Ransom,'Fossils in America'39.0531,-106.5976,,AJj34?|*
Front RangeJackson|RouttCOto E of range in Limestone and shale outcropsCretaceousBentoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus,Ostrea;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,ScaphitesCO0114Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.5702,-106.6223,,AJk35?|*
Park RangeJackson|RouttCOW-Park RangeJurassicinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Pseudomontis;cephalopoda-belemnoideaCO0241Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.6832,-106.6838,,AJj24|*
Bear MountainJeffersonCOIn Rabbit Ears region in shale overlying igneous sheetinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-InoceramusCO0140Ransom,'Fossils in America'37.1789,-106.8569,,AJk43?|*
GoldenJeffersonCOAt a local golf courseCretaceousvertebrates-mammals(tracks)CO014139.7383,-105.2167,,AJn83?|*
MorrisonJeffersonCOat Soda Lakes in limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalviaCO014239.6433,-105.1772,,AMm73?|*
WatertonJeffersonCOAt underground clay mines of Robinson Brick and TileCretaceousLaramie|Bentoninvertebrates-brachiopodaCO014339.4936,-105.0881,,AJM73|*
DurangoLa PlataCOIn area exposuresCretaceousMancosinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,Exiteloceras;;gastropodaCO014437.2753,-107.8783,,AJm53?|*
DurangoLa PlataCOto E along Florida Road in cutsCretaceousMancosinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,Exiteloceras;;gastropodaCO014537.3061,-107.8241,,AKk53?|*
IgnacioLa PlataCOAt Mason Pocket Quarry and nearby localitiesPaleoceneAnimasvertebrates-aves-Ogygoptynx;mammals-eutheria-cimolesta-Platymastus;condylarthra-Chriacus,Periptychus,Phenacodus,Thryptacodon;,;insectivora-Apatemys,Leptacodon;leptictida-Xenacodon;marsupialia-marsupicarnivora,Peradectes;mesonychia-Dissacus;multituberculata-Ectypodus;primates-Carpodaptes,Ignacius,Labidolemur,Nannodectes,Phenacolemur,Zanycteris;;reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-Navajovius;;turtles-CompsemysCO0146CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission37.090,-107.5173,S20T33NR6W,AJm73?|*
IgnacioLa PlataCOAt base of Mesa Mountain on E slopePaleoceneAnimasvertebrates-mammals-eutheria-condylarthra-Arctocyon;;pantodonta-Ignatiolambda;primates-Nannodectes;;reptilia-crocodiliaCO0147CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission37.07812,-107.7650,,AJm73?|*
Mason PocketLa PlataCOSomewhere North of Tiffany,CO?PaleoceneAnimasvertebrates-mammalsCO014837.090,-107.5173,S20T33NR6W,AJm73?|*
Fort CollinsLarimerCOon S side of Spring Canyon Dam in Horsetooth reservoir banks. Original entry was for BoulderCretaceousDakotaichnofossils,invertebratesCO001740.5296,-105.1393,,AJm73?|*
Fossil Ridge-Fort CollinsLarimerCOinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Pinna?CO0224Originally entered as Greeley, Weld County40.5112,-105.0737,location:Windsor.CO,ALm73?|*
Spring Canyon DamLarimerCOat S end of Horsetooth ReservoirCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus,Ostrea,(others)CO014940.5297,-105.1403,,AKm73|*
Comanche National GrasslandsLas AnimasCOAt 'Tobe Locality' on a small ridge in exposures of basal chalky limestoneCretaceousGreenhorninvertebrates(abundant)(diverse),vertebrates-fish(teeth)-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;reptilia(teeth)CO0279http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3790/is_200603/ai_n17180095/pg_41/?tag=content;col137.22,-103.61,,AJj34?|*
Comanche National GrasslandsLas AnimasCON on Alakli ArroyoCretaceousJuana Lopez|Niobrarainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-hippuritoida(rudists);;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)CO0276http://www.wipsppc.com/field_trips-2009.php37.2216,-103.3594,,AJj34?|*
Cedar CreekLoganCOOligoceneWhite Riververtebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Aepycamelus,Miolabis,Poebrotherium,Protolabis,Protomeryx;Cosoryx,hypertragulinae-Hypertragulus;Leptomeryx,Miniochoerus,oreodontidae-Merycochoerus,Ustatochoerus;Ramoceros,Stibarus;carnivora-canidae-Cynarctus,Hesperocyon,Mesocyon,Tomarctus;Daphoenus,Dinictis,Mustela,Palaeogale;eutheria-condylarthra-Ectoconus;Domnina;insectivora-Centetodon,Geolabis;lagomorpha-leporidae-Megalagus,Palaeolagus;;leptictida-Leptictis;marsupialia-Peratherium;perissodactyla-brontotheriidae-Archaeotherium;equidae-Merychippus,Mesohippus,Pliohippus,Protohippus;hyracodontidae-Hyracodon;rhinocerotidae-Caenopus;;rodentia-castoridae-Mylagaulus;Ceratogaulus,Eumys,Heliscomys,ischyromyidae-Ischyromys;Paradjidaumo,Pelycomys,sciuridae-Adjidaumo,Prosciurus;;;reptilia-squamata-Exostinus,lacertilia-Aciprion,Cremastosaurus,Peltosaurus,Platyrhachis;Rhineura,serpentes-Calamagras,NeurodromicusCO0151Rhineura originally entered as Diacium40.7233,-103.1486,,AJl73?|*
Horsetail CreekLoganCOOligoceneWhite Riververtebrates-reptilia-turtles-Stylemys,TestudoCO024340.7450,-103.6647,,AJl73?|*
Lewis CreekLoganCOOrellan ageOligocene MiddleWhite Riververtebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Poebrotherium;entelodontidae,hypertragulinae-Hypertragulus;Hypisodus,Leptomeryx,Merycoidodon,Miniochoerus,oreodontidae;carnivora,perissodactyla-brontotheriidae-Archaeotherium;;;reptiliaCO0156might be 'Kewis' Creek40.7967,-103.0219,,AJl73|*
Lewis CreekLoganCOW D Mathew 1898OligoceneWhite Riververtebrates-reptilia-squamata-lacertilia(lizards)-Heloderma,Peltosaurus;Rhineura;turtles-StylemysCO024440.7967,-103.0219,,AJl73|*
Lewis CreekLoganCOOligocene MiddleWhite Riververtebrates-mammals,reptilia-turtlesCO015440.7967,-103.0219,,AJl73|*
Lewis CreekLoganCOOligoceneWhite Riververtebrates-mammals,reptiliaCO015340.7967,-103.0219,,AJl73|*
Pawnee ButtesLoganCO4.8km NWMiocene (Barstow)Pawnee Creekvertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneCO015740.8233,-103.9714,,AJl73?|*
SterlingLoganCON of Sterling near Nebraska State LineMiocene (Barstow)Pawnee Creekvertebrates-reptilia-turtles-Geochelone,TestudoCO015840.8574,-103.2056,,AJl74?|*
-MesaCO9 km SSE of DeBeque Mesa RdPaleocenevertebrates-mammalsCO0173Lat lon is wild guess about 9km SSE of DeBeque, CO39.2716,-108.1813,,AJl74|*
-MesaCOPaleocenevertebrates-mammals-eutheria-cimolesta-BarylambdaCO017139.3348,-108.2160,location:DeBeque.CO,AGg14|*
Black RidgeMesaCOTIO, R 102W,T IIS, R102W 6th PM in proposed Black Ridge Wilderness Area. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionJurassicMorrisonvertebratesCO0305'Faults, Fossils, and Canyons. Significant geologic features on public lands in Colorado. Geologic Advisory Group, BLM 1989'39.0725,-108.7152,T10SR102W6P,AJj53|*
Black RidgeMesaCOTIOS, RI03W in Black Ridge Wilderness AreaCretaceousplants-angiosperms-Platanus(Sycamore)CO0304'Faults, Fossils, and Canyons. Significant geologic features on public lands in Colorado. Geologic Advisory Group, BLM 1989'39.1053,-108.9307,T10SR103W6P,AJj74|*
Black RidgeMesaCOvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)(gastroliths)CO015939.0725,-108.7152,T10SR102W6P,AJj53|*
Cactus ParkMesaCOTl4S R99W Threopod dinosaur trackways -- 122 footprints. Research Natural Area. No collecting. Interpretive trailTriassicWingatevertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(trackways)CO0310'Faults, Fossils, and Canyons. Significant geologic features on public lands in Colorado. Geologic Advisory Group, BLM 1989'38.8536,-108.4773,T14SR99W6P,AIj73|*
DeBequeMesaCO10 km SE on DeBeque-Mesa RdPaleocene UpperDeBequevertebrates-mammalsCO016039.2615,-108.1978,,AJk53|*
DeBequeMesaCO2.4km W of Finley's Ranch which is possibly 2km W of DeBeque, COPaleoceneDeBequevertebrates-mammals-eutheria-condylarthra-PhenacodusCO0172CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission39.3300,-108.2572,,AJk73?|*
DeBequeMesaCO39.6 km S-SE on DeBeque-Mesa road in Atwell Gulch member,in 'Hell's Half Acre' and also in other sites in neighborhoodPaleocene UpperDeBequevertebrates-mammals-eutheria-condylarthraCO016139.0437,-108.0643,,AJk74|*
Debeque CanyonMesaCOS7T10SR97W in landslide on N side of canyon. 4.8km N of juction of CO65 and CO6-24? CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(footprints)CO0306'Faults, Fossils, and Canyons. Significant geologic features on public lands in Colorado. Geologic Advisory Group, BLM 1989'39.2071,-108.2555,S7T10SR97W,AJk74|*
FruitaMesaCO3 km Svertebrates(gastroliths)(bones)CO0163Ransom,'Fossils in America'39.1183,-108.7262,,AJk73?|*
FruitaMesaCO4.8km SW. Proposed Research Natural Area. No collecting if so designated Area may be fenced. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionJurassicMorrisonvertebrates-mammals,reptilia-dinosauriaCO0307'Faults, Fossils, and Canyons. Significant geologic features on public lands in Colorado. Geologic Advisory Group, BLM 1989'39.1319,-108.7619,,AKm74|*
FruitaMesaCOIn Devil's Canyon. 2 km S on Colorado National Monument Road, cross River, Turn W 1 km to fork. Left at fork, 2 km to fork left at fork 1 km then 1 km N|fossils in Limestone replaced by red carnelianinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodaCO0165Ransom,'Fossils in America'39.1521,-108.7614,,AMm73?|*
FruitaMesaCOIn Devil's Canyon. 2 km S on Colorado National Monument Road, cross River,Turn W 1 km to fork. Left at fork, 2 km to fork left at fork 1 km area exposures to WestJurassicMorrisonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)CO0164Ransom,'Fossils in America'39.1521,-108.7614,,AMm73?|*
FruitaMesaCOvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-tracks in Museum of Western Colorado{7}vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(tracks)CO016939.1512,-108.7379,,AKm73?|*
FruitaMesaCOJurassicMorrisonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-ApatosaurusCO016239.1521,-108.7614,,AMm74?|*
Grand JunctionMesaCO36 km SW 700 meters above Big Dominguez Canyon on Star Mesa. dinosaurs(bones) in Morrison Formation claysJurassicMorrison?CO016838.8761,-108.8196,,AJm74?|*
Grand JunctionMesaCOarea exposures W along Colorado River to Utah BorderJurassicMorrisonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)CO017039.1844,-108.9487,,AJm74?|*
Grand JunctionMesaCOJurassicMorrisonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones),squamata-lacertilia-GlyptosaurusCO016639.1844,-108.9487,,AJm74?|*
Grand JunctionMesaCOJurassicMorrisonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones),squamata-lacertilia-GlyptosaurusCO016739.1844,-108.9487,,AJm74?|*
Rabbit ValleyMesaCON of I70 at Rabbit Valley Interchange on I70 3km E of Utah line. Research Natural Area. No collecting. Interpretive trailJurassicMorrisonplants,vertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia,dinosauria,turtlesCO0309'Faults, Fossils, and Canyons. Significant geologic features on public lands in Colorado. Geologic Advisory Group, BLM 1989'39.1930,-109.0197,,AJn71|*
CreedeMineralCOIn road cuts along Rio Grande River off of CO149 in volcanic shalesOligoceneinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta;;plants-angiosperms-Salix-(willow)(leaves);;gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta(cones)(needles)CO024537.7935,-106.8585,,AKm73?|*
CreedeMineralCOIn yellowish volcanic ash beds in road cuts along the Rio Grande RiverEocene UpperCreedeinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta;;plants-angiosperms-Salix(willow);gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Pinus(pine)CO017537.7935,-106.8585,,AKm73?|*
CreedeMineralCOin San Juan Mountains in lakebed deposits in caldera http://www.colorado.edu/GeolSci/Resources/WUSTectonics/CzPaleobotany/introduction.htmlOligoceneplantsCO017637.7935,-106.8585,,AKm73?|*
CreedeMineralCOin road cuts along Rio Grande RiverEocene-Oligoceneplants(leaves)(cones)-(others)CO017737.7935,-106.8585,,AKm73?|*
-MoffatCOIn gravels on Green and Yampa riversvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)CO0185Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.5289,-108.9836,,AJj34?|*
Alheit Pocket QuarryMoffatCOEoceneWasatchvertebrates-mammals-creodonta-Hyopsodus;eutheria-condylarthra-Phenacodus;;insectivora-Leptacodon;marsupialia-Peradectes;primates-TetoniusCO017840.9710,-107.6675,S25T12NR92W,AKm72|*
Alheit QuarryMoffatCOEoceneWasatchvertebrates-mammals-creodonta-Hyopsodus;insectivora-Centetodon,Leptacodon;(Lovenia),marsupialia-Peradectes;primates-omomyidae-Anemorhysis;Phenacolemur,TetoniusCO0249http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php40.9710,-107.6675,S25T12NR92W,AKm72|*
Anthill QuarryMoffatCOEoceneWasatchvertebrates-mammals-insectivora-ApatemysCO0250http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php40.9095,-107.5543,S13T11NR91W,AKm73|*
Calico DrawMoffatCOT5N, R99W, In Indian Water Canyon just E of Dinosaur National Monument boundary. Sparse vertebrate fossils. Permit required to collect vertebrates?Mesozoicvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaCO0300'Faults, Fossils, and Canyons. Significant geologic features on public lands in Colorado. Geologic Advisory Group, BLM 1989','Colorado Rockhounding-Stephen M. Voynick'40.4247,-108.5031,,AJm73?|*
Despair QuarryMoffatCOEoceneWasatchvertebrates-mammals-creodonta-Hyopsodus,Prototomus;eulipotyphla-Macrocranion;eutheria-condylarthra-Haplomylus;;insectivora-Apheliscus;multituberculata-Ectypodus;primates-Microsyops,Niptomomys,Phenacolemur,PseudotetoniusCO017940.9239,-107.5543,S12T11NR91W,AKm73?|*
East Alheit Pocket QuarryMoffatCOEoceneWasatchvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Diacodexis;carnivora-Didymictis,Viverravus;creodonta-Arfia,Hyopsodus,Prolimnocyon,Prototomus;eulipotyphla-Macrocranion;eutheria-cimolesta-Didelphodus;condylarthra-Chriacus,Ectocion,Haplomylus,Phenacodus,Thryptacodon,Wyolestes;;insectivora-Apatemys,Apheliscus,Leptacodon,Scenopagus,Talpavus;leptictida-Prodiacodon;miacoidea-Uintacyon;multituberculata-Ectypodus,Neoliotomus,Parectypodus;Nyctitherium,perissodactyla-Homogalax,Hyracotherium;primates-Cantius,Craseops,Microsyops,Niptomomys,omomyidae-Anemorhysis;Phenacolemur,Teilhardina,Tetonius;rodentia-Itibitimys[?],Paramys;;reptilia-crocodilia-Allognathosuchus;squamata,turtlesCO0180[?]The only citation for Itibitimys is the original source40.9710,-107.6675,S25T12NR92W,AKm72|*
Four MileMoffatCOFour Mile FaunaEoceneWasatchvertebrates-amphibia,aves(birds)(bones),reptilia-crocodilia,squamata,turtlesCO018139.2097,-106.1042,,AKm73?|*
Irish CanyonMoffatCODucey Stromatolite Locality. T9N, R1OOW, Sec. 5, T1ON, R1OOW, Sec. 32. Stomatolites to 3m in diameter with petrified wood. May be a Research Natural Area with collecting prohibitedEoceneGreen Rivermicrofossils-stromatolites;plants(petrified_wood)CO0303'Faults, Fossils, and Canyons. Significant geologic features on public lands in Colorado. Geologic Advisory Group, BLM 1989'40.7700,-108.6613,S5T9NR1OOW-S32T1ONR1OOW,AIm53|*
Lily ParkMoffatCOS of Yampa River Just S of boundary of White Bear Ranch in Disappointment DrawJurassicMorrisonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(fragments)CO018240.4597,-108.4436,,AIm73|*
South Alheit PocketMoffatCOEoceneWasatchvertebrates-mammals-primates-Cantius,MicrosyopsCO018340.9710,-107.6675,S25T12NR92W,ALm73|*
Timberlake QuarryMoffatCO40.6N,-108.1WEoceneWasatchvertebrates-mammals-eutheria-condylarthra-Haplomylus;;insectivora-Apheliscus;primates-Cantius,Microsyops,Niptomomys,TetoniusCO018440.6,-108.1,,AJm74|*
Delores CanyonMontroseCOT47N, R18W, In channel fill deposits. Research Natural Area. No collecting.TriassicDoloresvertebrates-fish(articulated),reptilia-phytosauriaCO0311'Faults, Fossils, and Canyons. Significant geologic features on public lands in Colorado. Geologic Advisory Group, BLM 1989'38.3286,-108.8422,R18WT47N,AIm73|*
Dolores RiverMontroseCOParadox Valley in 120 meters of red bed depositsTriassicChinleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia;;plants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Araucarioxylon,Woodworthia;;(petrified_wood),pteridophyta-cycadopsida-Zamites;equisetales-Neocalamites;Itopsidema[?],Osmundacaulis,Phlebopteris;;vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-palaeoniscidae;sarcopterygii-Ceratodus,dipnoi-coelacanthiformes;;;(Labyrinthodontia),reptilia-phytosauria-Rutiodon;;;wormsCO0187Itopsidema originally entered as 'Itopsdema' or anything similar 05052538.3286,-108.8422,,AIm74?|*
Dolores RiverMontroseCOTriassicChinlevertebrates-fish-sarcopterygii-ChinleaCO0186The name Chinlea has been used for both a fish and a plant. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission38.3286,-108.8422,R18WT47N,AIm74?|*
Dolores River CanyonMontroseCOS36T47NR19W -- several localities (PLSS -108.8910, 38.3150, ( 4980 ft ) at a distance of 4010 m (SW of Bedrock, CO))TriassicChinle Uppervertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-palaeoniscidae-Turseodus;redfieldiidae-Cionichthys;semionotiformes-Semionotus;Synorichthys,Tanaocrossus,,;sarcopterygii-ChinleaCO018838.3150,-108.8910,S36T47NR19W,AIm73|*
NaturitaMontroseCO160km S of Grand Junction (16.0km?)CretaceousMesaverdevertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(large)(tracks)CO018938.0164,-108.3147,,AIl54?|*
Paradox ValleyMontroseCOJurassicMorrisonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)-CamarasaurusCO019038.3250,-108.8639,,AJl54?|*
Upper Potter CreekMontroseCOJurassicMorrisonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(teeth)CO019138.6204,-108.2080,,AJl53?|*
Cimmaron/Comanche National GrasslandsOteroCOIn outdrops in Timpas unit LatLon is trailhead for Picketwire Canyon Trail, but actual outcrops could be anywhere in the Grasslands of Otero countyCretaceousNiobrarainvertebrates(marine),vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks);;reptiliaCO0255http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/psicc/projects/forest_revision/pt1_ch13_paleo_061228.pdf37.6591,-103.6063,,AIi34|*
Cimmaron/Comanche National GrasslandsOtero?COLatLon is trailhead for Picketwire Canyon Trail, but actual outcrops could be anywhere in the Grasslands of Otero, Baca,Las Animas countiesCretaceousDakota Sandstoneplants,vertebrates(footprints)CO0258http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/psicc/projects/forest_revision/pt1_ch13_paleo_061228.pdf37.6591,-103.6063,,AJj35|*
Comanche National GrasslandsOteroCOAt top of canyon exposures in Timpas Unit. LatLon is best guess at trailhead for Picketwire Canyon TrailCretaceousDakota Sandstonevertebrates(tracks)(isolated)CO0264http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/psicc/projects/forest_revision/pt1_ch13_paleo_061228.pdf37.6591,-103.6063,,AJj34|*
Comanche National GrasslandsOteroCOIn northern parts of the Timpas unit. LatLon is Timpas, COCretaceousNiobrarainvertebrates,vertebrates(marine)CO0268http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/psicc/projects/forest_revision/pt1_ch13_paleo_061228.pdf37.82,-103.77,,AJj34|*
Comanche National GrasslandsOteroCOPicketwire Canyonlands as well as small exposures in Carrizo,Gallinas,Sand Creeks|-- Withers Canyon/Picketwire Canyon. No collecting. LatLon is mouth of Withers Canyon. Trailhead is several km to the West. The tracksite is said to be roughly 17km from the trailhead. Toilets on trail, but no drinking water. Some confusion about whether this site is Cretaceous-Dakota or Jurrasic-MorrisonJurassicMorrison,Lowervertebrates(tracks)CO0263http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/psicc/projects/forest_revision/pt1_ch13_paleo_061228.pdf; http://www.sangres.com/nationalparks/dinosaur/index.htm37.6647,-103.5618,,AJj32|*
Comanche National GrasslandsOteroCOWithers Canyon/Picketwire Canyon. Large number of reptile tracks -- No collecting. LatLon is mouth of Withers Canyon. Trailhead is several km to the West. The tracksite is said to be roughly 17km from the trailhead. Toilets on trail, but no drinking waterCretaceousDakotavertebrates-reptilia(tracks)CO0277http://www.wipsppc.com/field_trips-2009.php; http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/psicc/coma/main/picketwireguide.shtml37.6647,-103.5618,,AJl52|*
La JuntaOteroCOIn area shale exposuresCretaceousCarlileinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus(large),Ostrea;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Prionocyclus;;;;vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-pleuronectoidei(flatfish)(shales);chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(small)CO0192Ransom,'Fossils in America'37.9875,-103.5672,,AGl43?|*
La JuntaOteroCOarea exposuresJurassicMorrisonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)(agatized)CO0193Ransom,'Fossils in America'37.9875,-103.5672,,AKk54?|*
La JuntaOteroCOin area shale exposuresCretaceousCarlileinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus(large),Ostrea;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Prionocyclus;;;;vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-pleuronectoidei(flatfish)(thin scales);chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(small)CO0194Ransom,'Fossils in America'37.9875,-103.5672,,AKk53?|*
AlmaParkCO5 km N in Gulch on W side of Platte RiverCarboniferousinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)CO0195Ransom,'Fossils in America'39.3338,-106.0661,,AKm73?|*
Boreas PassParkCOIn continuous belt through regionCretaceousDakotainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus,Ostrea,Trigonarca;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Prionocyclus,ScaphitesCO0196Ransom,'Fossils in America'39.4111,-105.9689,,AKm72?|*
Buckskin Gulch(Alma District)ParkCOIn talus at base of slopeCambrian Upperinvertebrates-brachiopoda-BillingsellaCO0197Ransom,'Fossils in America'39.2828,-106.0618,,AKm73|*
London MountainParkCOalong Ridge W of summitCarboniferousinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)CO0198Ransom,'Fossils in America'39.2844,-106.1578,,AKm72|*
Quandary PeakParkCOCambrian Upperinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-DikelocephalusCO019939.3972,-106.1058,,AKm73|*
AspenPitkinCOat Millie Gibson Mine - gastropoda replaced with native Silver,Galena,Sphalerite?CO024239.1918,-106.8083,,AKm72|*
SnowmassPitkinCOIn lakebed deposits in excavation for holding pond for ski areaPleistoceneplants,vertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Bison;proboscidea-(Mammoths),Mastodon;(others)CO0285Nova TV-Ice Age Death Trap 201139.2117,-106.9453,,AKm72|*
LamarProwersCO29 km S on CO 287plants(petrified wood)CO0200Ransom,'Fossils in America'37.7723,-102.6088,,AHm73?|*
PuebloPuebloCOAt Baculite Mesa (on private land). From jct of CO47 and US50 E of Pueblo, N on CO47. When it turns west turn N on Baculite Mesa Road, drive to gate and telephone for permissionCretaceousPierreinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,Scaphites,(others);nautilidae;gastropodaCO0269http://www.wipsppc.com/field_trips-2009.php38.3293,-104.5512,,AKm72|*
PuebloPuebloCON in RR cutCretaceousNiobrarainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-InoceramusCO0248An American Geological Railway Guide P28938.2637,-104.5869,,ALm73?|*
PuebloPuebloCONE in a series of 'Teepee Buttes' which are large reefs that formed around methane gas ventsCretaceousPierreinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Nymphalucina;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites;;gastropoda;(others)CO0275http://www.wipsppc.com/field_trips-2009.php38.2770,-104.2575,,AIm72|*
PuebloPuebloCOS in road cuts adjacent to rest area on I25 in limestonesCretaceousFort Hayes|Greenhorninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;cephalopoda-ammonoideaCO020137.8583,-104.8296,,AKm73?|*
PuebloPuebloCOS on I25CretaceousGreenhorninvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaCO020237.8583,-104.8296,,AKm73?|*
-Rio BlancoCOAt Hawes QuarryEoceneGreen Riverinvertebrates-arthropoda-insectaCO020440.0402,-107.9132,location:Meeker.CO,AIj14|*
-Rio BlancoCOPaleocene?invertebrates-arthropoda-insecta-coleoptera,diptera-Eristalis,Nematocera,Plecia,Tipula;PronemobiusCO020540.0402,-107.9132,location:Meeker.CO,AIj14|*
Blacks GulchRio BlancoCOT2N, R96W- 48km? W of Meeker on CO64. Research Natural Area, No CollectingEoceneLysitevertebrates-mammalsCO0295'Faults, Fossils, and Canyons. Significant geologic features on public lands in Colorado. Geologic Advisory Group, BLM 1989','Colorado Rockhounding-Stephen M. Voynick'40.0928,-108.1934,T2NR96W,AJm73|*
Coryphodon QuarryRio Blanco?COEntered as Sandoval County, nm, but probably refers to Deardorff Hill in ColoradoEoceneSan Josevertebrates-mammals-eutheria-cimolesta-Coryphodon;;perissodactyla-HyracotheriumNM0197CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission39.7,-107.6,,AHh14?|*
Douglas PassRio BlancoCO9.6km E of Hwy Dept maint shed on CO139 at Douglas Pass on graded gravel road (keep left at junctions) in road cut below radar site.EoceneGreen Riverinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta(rare);;plants(leaves)(abundant)CO0296'Faults, Fossils, and Canyons. Significant geologic features on public lands in Colorado. Geologic Advisory Group, BLM 1989','Colorado Rockhounding-Stephen M. Voynick'39.6369,-108.7617,,AJm72|*
Piceance Creek BasinRio BlancoCOAt oil shale mineEoceneGreen Riververtebrates-fish-actinopterygii-KnightiaCO020339.8845,-108.2920,location:Miller Hill.CO,AIm34|*
RangelyRio BlancoCO38.4 km S (20.8km N of Douglas Pass) in clinker bed on W side of CO 139.CretaceousMesaverdeplantsCO0298Colorado Rockhounding-Stephen M. Voynick39.8207,-108.7598,,AHk53?|*
Elk riverRouttCOS4t7Nr85W (PLSS -106.9175, 40.5981 at a distance of 1172 m from mouth of Salt Creek)CretaceousMancosinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus,Ostrea;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,Scaphites;;;;vertebrates-fish(scales)-actinopterygii-Ichthyodectes,PortheusCO020640.5981,-106.9175,S4t7Nr85W,AIk73|*
Trull Schoolhouse[?]RouttCOS28CretaceousMancos-CO0207USGS search comes up with a Trull Creek (which is not labelled on the 1:25 map) near Lake Windemere at 40.5133N,-106.9589W. Other than that,nothingRansom,'Fossils in America'40.5133,-106.9589,,AJk34?|*
OuraySan JuanCO2 km S in CliffsDevonianOurayinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals(abundant);mollusks;wormsCO020838.0071,-107.6628,,AKm73?|*
OuraySan JuanCOE in cliffs adjacent to small waterfallPennsylvanianHermosainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Myalina,(others)CO020938.0259,-107.6647,,AKm73?|*
PlacervilleSan MiguelCO4.8km SE in San Miguel River ValleyPermianCutlervertebrates-amphibia-diadectidae-DiadectesCO0210CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission37.9979,-108.0332,,AJn73?|*
PlacervilleSan MiguelCOT44N, R11W, S35, Very sparse vertebrate material. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionPermianCutlervertebratesCO0312'Faults, Fossils, and Canyons. Significant geologic features on public lands in Colorado. Geologic Advisory Group, BLM 1989'38.0228,-108.0444,S35T44NR11WNM,AKm73|*
San MiguelSan MiguelCOTriassicChinle|Doloresvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-redfieldiidae-Cionichthys?CO0211Location is on San Miguel Creek37.0994,-104.3950,,AKm73?|*
AllisonSummitCO3km N on E side of Piedra RiverPaleoceneAnimasvertebrates-mammals-eutheria-condylarthra-Periptychus,PhenacodusCO0212CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission37.0530,-107.4676,,AKm73?|*
AllisonSummitCO5 km N on W side of Piedra RiverPaleoceneAnimasvertebrates-mammals-eutheria-condylarthra-Ectocion[?],PhenacodusCO0213CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission--Ectocion entered as Ectiocion37.0793,-107.4940,,AJm73?|*
FlorissantTellerCOArea exposures. The majority of the exposure is within the National Monument,but there are some beds exposed on Hwy1 N and S of the monument and on US 20(24?) East and West of the town of FlorissantOligoceneFlorissantinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta;;plantsCO021538.9458,-105.2889,,AKl43?|*
FlorissantTellerCOClare Quarry (Fee)Tertiaryinvertebrates-arthropoda-insectaCO0216On County Rd1 400 meters S of town.http://florissantfossils.tripod.com/Newfiles/Location.html38.9437,-105.2877,,AKm72?|*
FlorissantTellerCOClare Quarry--reported open weekends in Summer-$5.00 fee. Number in phone bookinvertebrates-arthropoda-insectaCO0246On County Rd1 400 meters S of town.http://florissantfossils.tripod.com/Newfiles/Location.html38.9437,-105.2877,,AKm72?|*
FlorissantTellerCOarea lakebed exposuresOligoceneinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta-diptera(robber flies)(Tsetse flies)(horseflies),lepidoptera(butterflies),megaloptera(dobson flies),raphidoptera(snakeflies);;;plantsCO0218Ransom,'Fossils in America'38.9458,-105.2889,,Akm53?|*
FlorissantTellerCOfor fee collecting at Indian Crafts and Construction Co. Probably long since out of business?CO021938.9458,-105.2889,,AKm53?|*
FlorissantTellerCOEocenevertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-TrichophanesCO021438.9458,-105.2889,,AKm53?|*
Big Spring QuarryWeldCOarea exposuresMiocene (Barstow)Pawnee Creekvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Aepycamelus,Miolabis;Dromomeryx;carnivora-canidae-Tomarctus;;perissodactyla-equidae-Desmatippus,Scaphohippus;rhinocerotidae-AphelopsCO022040.8,-104.2,,AHm54?|*
Big SpringsWeldCOMiocene (Barstow)Pawnee Creekvertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneCO022140.8,-104.2,,AHm54?|*
Big Springs QuarryWeld?COMiocene (Clarendon)Ash Hollowvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Procamelus;Cosoryx,oreodontidae-Ustatochoerus;;carnivora-PseudaelurusNE0089CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission Originally entered as Cherry County and Miocene, but the only Big Springs Quarry I can identify in Nebraska is Pleistocene (Late Blancan) near Orchard in Antelope County. Original Lat Lon is in Weld County, CA40.8706,-103.9206,,AHm73?|*
CornishWeldCOE of Cornish on E side of South Platte Valley?CO002840.5229,-104.4057,,AKm73?|*
East ValleyWeldCOMiocene (Barstow)Pawnee Creekvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Protolabis;ProsynthetocerasCO022240.8233,-103.9714,location:Pawnee Buttes.CO,AHm54?|*
Fossil HillWeldCOSection 8Miocene (Barstow)Pawnee Creekvertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-rhinocerotidae-AphelopsCO0223Might be a reference to Fossil Ridge in Fort Collins, but more likely is somewhere well East of there40.4804,-104.8947,location:Windsor.CO,AJj25?|*
GroverWeldCOArea exposureMiocene (Barstow)Pawnee Creekvertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneCO022540.8714,-104.2247,,AIm43?|*
Horse and Mastodon QuarryWeldCOMiocene (Barstow)Pawnee Creekvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Aepycamelus,Homocamelus,Metalabis[?],Miolabis,Protolabis;Cosoryx,Dromomeryx,oreodontidae-Ustatochoerus;;carnivora-canidae-Aelurodon;;perissodactyla-equidae-Desmatippus,Hypohippus,Megahippus,Merychippus;rhinocerotidae-Aphelops;;proboscidea-Zygolophodon;;reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneCO0226Metalabis is probably an invalid name.The real Metalabis is an insect40.8684,-104.2225,location:Grover.CO,AHm34|*
Horsetail CreekWeldCOOligoceneWhite Riververtebrates-reptilia-turtles-Stylemys,TestudoCO0227Original says NE,but cant identify a Horsetail Creek in NE40.7450,-103.6647,,AIk34?|*
KalouseWeldCOarea exposuresvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones),(petrified wood)CO0228Ransom,'Fossils in America'40.8377,-103.8112,,AHk13|*
Keota RdWeldCOarea exposures in Canyons W of Keota RdMiocene (Barstow)Pawnee Creekvertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-rhinocerotidae-AphelopsCO022940.7019,-104.0761,location:Keota.CO,AHm54|*
Pawnee ButtesWeldCO4.8km WMiocene (Barstow)Pawnee Creekvertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneCO023140.8200,-104.0721,,AHm44?|*
Pawnee ButtesWeldCOEastOligoceneBrulevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-ProsynthetocerasCO023240.8200,-104.0721,,AHm44?|*
Pawnee ButtesWeldCOSE at Pawnee QuarryMiocene (Barstow)Pawnee Creekvertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneCO023340.8200,-104.0721,,AHm44?|*
Pawnee ButtesWeldCOSW1/4S1/2S24R59WT10N. E of Pawnee Buttes Near North Pawnee CreekMiocene (Barstow)Pawnee Creekvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Miolabis,Protolabis;;perissodactyla-equidae-Calippus;rhinocerotidae-AphelopsCO023740.8238,-103.9266,SW1/4S1/2S24R59WT10N,AIk54?|*
Pawnee ButtesWeldCOarea exposuresOligoceneDuchesne River?vertebrates-mammals(bones)CO023440.8233,-103.9714,,AGl63?|*
Pawnee ButtesWeldCOMiocene (Barstow)Pawnee Creekvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Agriochoerus,Blastomeryx,camelidae-Protolabis;Hypisodus,Merychyus,Miniochoerus;carnivora-Amphicyon,canidae-Hesperocyon;Daphoenus,Palaeogale;lagomorpha-leporidae-Megalagus,Palaeolagus;;perissodactyla-equidae-Merychippus,Parahippus,Protohippus;hyracodontidae-Hyracodon;Moropus,rhinocerotidae-Aphelops;;proboscidea-Miomastodon;rodentia-Eumys,ParadjidaumoCO023040.8200,-104.0721,,AHm44?|*
Quarry HillWeldCO3.2km SMiocene (Barstow)Pawnee Creekvertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneCO023540.8,-104.2,,AIi24|*
Quarry HillWeldCONortheastMiocene (Barstow)Pawnee Creekvertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneCO023640.8,-104.2,,AIi24|*
ArickareeYumaCOnear Beecher Island in Arickaree RiverMiocenevertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-rhinocerotidae-TeleocerasCO023839.8702,-102.1869,Beecher Is:CO,AJm73?|*
BethelFairfieldCTin Pleistocene Bethel MarlPleistoceneBethel (CT)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Musculium,Pisidium,Sphaerium;gastropoda-Campeloma,Galba,Gyraulus,Helisoma,Planorbella,ValvataCT000141.3711,-73.4144,,AMn73?|*
Lake SaltonstallFairfieldCTupper bedTriassic-JurassicNewarkvertebrates-fishCT000241.2817,-72.8617,,AKm73?|*
BerlinHartfordCTI91 CT9 InterchangeTriassicNewarkplants,vertebrates-fish,(tracks)CT000341.6214,-72.7461,,AMn73?|*
BerlinHartfordCTRoad cuts along CT372TriassicNewarkplants,vertebrates(tracks)CT000441.6260,-72.7489,,AMn73?|*
BerlinHartfordCTS to East of Berlin-Meriden Road in poor exposure of black shaleTriassicvertebrates-fishCT0090Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 241.5778,-72.7662,,AMn73?|TRIASSIC*
BerlinHartfordCTarea exposures in lower bedTriassicNewarkvertebrates-fish,(tracks)CT000541.6214,-72.7461,,AKm43?|*
BerlinHartfordCTarea exposures in lower bedTriassicNewarkvertebrates-fish,(tracks)CT000641.6214,-72.7461,,AKm43?|*
BristolHartfordCTTriassic-JurassicNewarkplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta;pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns);(rushes);vertebrates(tracks)CT000741.6717,-72.9497,,AKm53?|*
Buckland StationHartfordCT1.6km N of Buckland Station,CT dinosaurs(bones). Ammosaurus major. The head and fore parts of the specimen were incorporated into a bridge over Bigelow Brook in Manchester. Yaleosaurus and Anchisaurus solus were also found hereTriassic-JurassicNewark?CT000841.8090,-72.5498,,AKm73|*
East WindsorHartfordCTat Ketch's MillsTriassic-JurassicNewarkvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)CT000941.9163,-72.5575,,AKm73|*
EnfieldHartfordCTIn shales in Kelley-Fergueson Quarry Wall on E side of Connnecticut River about 1km S of the CT190 bridge over the river. (Cornet refers to the site as being in Suffield) In gray and red lacustrine shales. Pictures show the site as being perhaps 9m up an 11m quarry wall. Quarry was reclaimed (filled) in 1992|well preserved conifer branches and conesTriassicPortlandinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta;;plants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta(branches)(cones)CT0085http://www.sunstar-solutions.com/sunstar/Conanthus/conanthus.htm41.9667, -72.60,,Akm71|Triassic*
HartfordHartfordCTState Park at Rocky Hill South of Hartford East of exit 23 from I-91) displays many footprints and tracks. There are provisions for making casts of footprints.{7}Triassic-JurassicNewarkichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-dinosauropedidia-Eubrontes,theropodipedia-GrallatorCT001041.6523,-72.6575,,AKm73?|*
ManchesterHartfordCT1.6km N of Buckland Quarry at Wolcott Quarry 41.8106dN 72d33m4sWJurassicPortland Arkoseichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-dinosauropedidia-AnchisaurusCT001241.8106,-72.5511,,AKm72|*
ManchesterHartfordCTin area exposures and 2 km N of Buckland Station in quarryTriassic-JurassicNewarkichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-dinosauropedidia-Anchisaurus;;;;vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-Ammosaurus,YaleosaurusCT0013The nomenclature of the genera found at this quarry is very complicated with quite a few names having been assigned and discarded over many decades. I think the three names cited here are the survivors41.7758,-72.5219,,AKm73?|*
ManchesterHartfordCTTriassic-JurassicNewarkvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)CT001141.7758,-72.5219,,AKm73?|*
Newgate PrisonHartfordCTIn Granby?Triassic-JurassicNewarkplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta;pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns),(rushes)CT0014The colonial era copper mine and prison is now a historic site41.9619,-72.7456,,AKm73?|*
NewingtonHartfordCTabout 400 tracks taken from small area in 1960sTriassic-JurassicNewarkvertebrates-reptilia(tracks)CT001541.6906,-72.7450,,AKm73?|*
North BloomfieldHartfordCTIn black shale in streambed about 1.6km E of TariffvilleTriassicplantsCT0095Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 241.9080,-72.7479,,AKm72|TRIASSIC*
North BloomfieldHartfordCTTriassic-JurassicNewarkvertebrates-fishCT001641.8861,-72.7469,,AKm73?|*
NorthamptonHartfordCT(more likely Northampton,MA)Triassic-JurassicNewarkichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-dinosauropedidia-EubrontesCT001741.6433,-72.8833,,AKm74?|*
Rocky HillHartfordCTTriassic-JurassicNewarkvertebrates-fish,reptilia(tracks)CT001841.6523,-72.6575,,AKm73?|*
Rocky Hill State ParkHartfordCTE of Exit 23 from I91 off West Street near Veteran's Home|museum|dinosaur footprintsTriassic-JurassicNewarkichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-dinosauropedidia-EubrontesCT001941.6523,-72.6575,,AKm73?|*
Sawmill HollowHartfordCT7 km SW of Middletown in red SandstoneTriassic-JurassicNewarkvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-redfieldiidaeCT0020Catopteris reported. It is a genus within the redfieldiidae, but the nomenclature is confused41.9893,-72.9618,,AKm72?|*
SimsburyHartfordCT800m S of RR Station in Simsbury,CTTriassicNewarkvertebrates-reptilia(bones)CT002141.8758,-72.8017,,AKm73?|*
SimsburyHartfordCTin quarry S of RR stationTriassic-JurassicNewarkvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones),phytosauria-Clepsysaurus,RutiodonCT002241.8758,-72.8017,,AKm73?|*
SouthingtonHartfordCTAt abandoned quarry near Shuttle Meadow Reservoir,41d37.694mN,072d50.013mWTriassicShuttle Meadowplants,vertebrates-fish,reptilia(footprints)CT002441.6231,-72.8336,,AKm72|*
SouthingtonHartfordCTIn black shale in old cement quarryTriassicplants,vertebrates-fishCT0091Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 241.6011,-72.8781,,AKm73?|TRIASSIC*
SouthingtonHartfordCTvertebrates-fish(lower bed)Triassic-JurassicNewarkplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta;pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns);(rushes);vertebrates-fishCT002341.6011,-72.8781,,AKm73?|*
Southington?HartfordCTIn road cuts along I84 at Cooks Gap near 41d40.50mN,72d49.25mWTriassicShuttle MeadowplantsCT002541.675,-72.8208,,AKm73|*
SuffieldHartfordCT(tracks) near Enfield BridgeTriassic-JurassicNewarkichnofossils(tracks),plants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta;pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns);(rushes)CT002641.9817,-72.6511,,AKm73?|*
TarrifvilleHartfordCTTriassic-JurassicNewarkplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta;pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns);(rushes)CT002741.9089,-72.7617,,AKm73|*
West WindsorHartfordCTIn blast debris at well near Ketch's MillJurassicPortlandichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-dinosauropedidia-AnchisaurusCT002841.8906,-72.5367,,AKm73?|*
WethersfieldHartfordCT(tracks) in Red Shale In Cove on Connecticut River 3.5 km S of previous location(?)Triassic-JurassicNewarkichnofossilsCT003241.6942,-72.6378,,AKm73?|*
WethersfieldHartfordCT(tracks) in Red Shale In Cove on Connecticut RiverTriassic-JurassicNewarkichnofossilsCT003141.7226,-72.6501,,AKm73?|*
WethersfieldHartfordCTFound during construction of Church of the Incarnation on Prospect StreetTriassicNewarkvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(tracks)CT002941.6894,-72.6511,,AKm73?|*
WethersfieldHartfordCTIn Cove on Connecticut River and 3.2km to the South of the coveTriassicNewarkvertebrates-reptilia(footprints)(abundant)CT003041.7226,-72.6501,,AKm73?|*
WindsorHartfordCTMatianuck AvenueHolocene (13500 BP)plantsCT003341.8219,-72.5367,,AKm73?|*
Pomperaug ValleyLitchfield?CTSame sequence of Rocks as Connecticut ValleyTriassic-JurassicNewark?CT003541.4798,-73.2122,location:Southbury.CT,AKl54|*
WoodburyLitchfieldCTSequence of Triassic rocks in Cherry Valley Similar to those in the Connecticut ValleyTriassic-JurassicNewark?CT003441.5503,-73.2058,,AKm73?|*
Chestnut BrookMiddlesexCTIn ravine above brook and CT9 in shale and sandstoneJurassicPortlandichnofossils(footprints),plants(pollen)CT0036There is a Chestnut Brook in the Windsor area, but CT9 is a (mostly) Freeway that runs SE from The New Britain/Middletown area about 50km S of Windsor. Lat Lon is the Windsor location.41.9144,-72.5483,,AKm73?|*
DurhamMiddlesexCTAlong Field Creek 500 meters W of Hwy (CT147?, CT17?) from Middlefield to Durham from just SW of Middlefield to Durham city limits just N of Waterfalls in a series of exposures area fish fossils lower and upper bedTriassic-JurassicNewarkinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta-Mormolucoides;;;plants-(coniferophyta),pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns);(rushes);vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Ptycholepis,redfieldiidae,semionotiformes-Semionotus;;;reptilia(tracks)CT003741.4926,-72.6960,,AMn72?|*
DurhamMiddlesexCTIn black shale at 'Stevens' locality on Stevens property near 19th century coal shaftTriassicplants,vertebrates-fishCT0093Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 241.4620,-72.6775,,AKl73|TRIASSIC*
DurhamMiddlesexCTIn black shale in a stream bed on the Western slope of Tokotek Mountain at South end of town in water filled pitsTriassicvertebrates-fishCT0087Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 241.4620,-72.6775,,AKl73?|TRIASSIC*
DurhamMiddlesexCTIn three foot black calcareous shale layer in a stream bed 1.6km NE of classic locality S of Durham. First investigated by Loper (1891) but not worked until 1970sTriassicShuttle Meadowplants,vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Ptycholepis,redfieldiidae,semionotiformes-Semionotus;;sarcopterygii-dipnoi-coelacanthiformes-DiplurusCT0084http://www.archive.org/stream/ptycholepismarsh3312scha/ptycholepismarsh3312scha_djvu.txt41.4776,-72.6682,,AKl72?|Triassic*
DurhamMiddlesexCTIn two foot black calcareous shale layer in a stream bed S of Durham. First investigated by Davis and Loper (1891) but visited by many others later. Reported in 1975 to be largely covered and marked by large piles of discarded shaleTriassicShuttle Meadowplants,vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Ptycholepis,redfieldiidae,semionotiformes-Semionotus;;sarcopterygii-dipnoi-coelacanthiformes-DiplurusCT0083http://www.archive.org/stream/ptycholepismarsh3312scha/ptycholepismarsh3312scha_djvu.txt41.4649,-72.6848,,AKl72?|Triassic*
DurhamMiddlesexCTOn W Slope of Totoket Mountain black mudstone and limestoneTriassicShuttle Meadowplants(pollen),vertebrates-fishCT003841.4960,-72.6694,,AKl72?|*
DurhamMiddlesexCTalong Field Creek 500 meters W of Hwy (CT147?,CT17?) from Middlefield to Durham from just SW of Middlefield to Durham city limits just N of Waterfalls in a series of exposures area fish fossils lower and upper bed . Many generaTriassic-JurassicNewarkinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta-Mormolucoides;;;plants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta;pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns);(rushes);vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Ptycholepis,redfieldiidae,semionotiformes-Semionotus;;;(tracks)CT003941.4926,-72.6960,,AKl72?|*
DurhamMiddlesexCTlakebed deposits;well preserved fish fossilsCarboniferousvertebrates-fishCT0040Original says Durham,MA -- but there seems to be no such town41.4926,-72.6960,,AKl72?|*
HigbyMiddlesex?CTIn black shale in a ravine at N end of Higby Mountain about 1km S of Highland RR station with footprints in sandstoneTriassicvertebrates-fish,(footprints)CT0089Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 241.5536,-72.7364,,AKl72?|TRIASSIC*
HigbyMiddlesex?CTvertebrates-fish(lower bed)Triassic-JurassicNewarkvertebrates-fish,(tracks)CT005441.5439,-72.7428,,AKl73?|*
Laurel BrookMiddlesexCTin black organic shaleJurassicPortlandplants(pollen),vertebrates-fishCT004141.5369,-72.6839,,AKm73?|*
Laurel Brook ReservoirMiddlesexCT?Near Laurel Brook Reservoir in Black ShalesTriassic-JurassicNewark-CT008041.5086,-72.6815,,AKl73|*
MiddlefieldMiddlesexCTIn black shale at Little Falls S of Middletown Reservoir. There are numerous reservoirs near Middletown. None is called Middletown Reservoir--At a guess, this refers to Asylum Reservoir Number 1Triassicplants,vertebrates-fishCT0096Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 241.5405,-72.6042,,AKl73?|TRIASSIC*
MiddlefieldMiddlesexCTvertebrates-fish(upper bed)Triassic-JurassicNewarkinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta;;plants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta;pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns);(rushes);vertebrates-fishCT004341.5172,-72.7125,,AKl73?|*
MiddlefieldMiddlesexCTTriassicLockatongvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(tracks)CT004241.5172,-72.7125,,AKl73?|*
MiddletonMiddlesexCTIn RR Cut near Middletown,CTTriassicNewarkinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda?CT0044Both spellings 'Middleton' and 'Middletown' seem to be in use -- seems to be the same place41.5685,-72.6516,,AMm73?|*
MiddletownMiddlesexCT3.2km W in quarry 41.5484319N,-72.69136WJurassicPortlandichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-dinosauropedidia-Ornithoidichnites,theropodipedia-AnchisauripusCT004541.5484,-72.6914,,AKm72|*
MiddletownMiddlesexCT?Triassic-JurassicNewarkinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta-Mormolucoides;;;plants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta;pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns);(rushes);vertebrates(tracks)CT008141.5623,-72.6506,,ALm73?|*
Old SaybrookMiddlesexCTJurassic dinosaurs-tracksichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-dinosauropedidia-AnomoepusCT004641.2917,-72.3767,,AKm73?|*
PortlandMiddlesexCT(footprints) in old building stone quarries on E bank of Connecticut RiverTriassic-JurassicNewarkichnofossils(7 genera),vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-(Otozoum)CT004741.5728,-72.6411,,AKm73?|*
PortlandMiddlesexCTFrom Sandstone Quarries opposite Middletown 41d34mN 72d38mJurassicPortland Arkosevertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-theropoda-CoelophysisCT004841.5728,-72.6411,,AKm73?|*
PortlandMiddlesexCTIn Brownstone quarries at 41d34.50mN,72d38.50m'WTriassicNewarkvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(tracks)(abundant)CT004941.575,-72.6417,,AKm72|*
PortlandMiddlesexCTin shale close to trap rock RidgeTriassic-JurassicNewarkplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta;pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns);(rushes)CT005041.5728,-72.6411,,AKm73?|*
Rocky HillMiddlesexCTAt Dinosaur State Park 41d39m4sN 72d39m25sWJurassicEast Berlinichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-aetosauripedidia-Batrachopus;dinosauropedidia-Eubrontes,theropodipedia-Anchisauripus,GrallatorCT005141.6525,-72.6575,,AKm73?|*
WestfieldMiddlesex?CTIn black shale in a small brook N of village and 1km SW of Westfield RR stationTriassicvertebrates-fishCT0086Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 242.1178,-72.7581,,AKm72|TRIASSIC*
WestfieldMiddlesex?CTTriassic-JurassicNewarkvertebrates-fishCT005542.1242,-72.7425,,AKl73|*
WethersfieldMiddlesexCT3.2-6.4km S of 'The Cove' on the West side of the Connecticut River -- 41.6961143N 72.6578701WJurassicPortlandichnofossils-tracks-mammalipida-Sillimanius,Steropoides;reptilipedia-aetosauripedidia-Exocampe;diapsidpedidia-Arachichnus;dinosauropedidia-Anomoepus,Argoides,Corvipes,Eubrontes,Harpedactylus,Ornithoidichnites,Palamopus,Platypterna,Plesiornis,Sauroidichnites,theropodipedia-Anchisauripus,Grallator;Typopus;PlectropternaCT005241.6816,-72.6183,,AKl73|*
WethersfieldMiddlesexCTAt 'The Cove' on the West side of the Connecticut River -- 41.7250999N,-72.6578701WJurassicPortlandichnofossils-tracks-mammalipida-Sillimanius;reptilipedia-dinosauropedidia-Anomoepus,Argoides,Eubrontes,Plesiornis,theropodipedia-Anchisauripus,GrallatorCT005341.7257,-72.6632,,AKm73|*
Bluff HeadNew HavenCTat 'Bluff Head',fossils in black lakebed shales interbedded with limestones. 19th Century locality rediscovered in 1969. Now a Connecticut State Park. http://www.monmouth.com/~bcornet/blufhead.htmTriassicShuttle Meadowplants(leaves)(impressions),vertebrates-fish(abundant)-actinopterygii-(coprolites),Ptycholepis,redfieldiidae,semionotiformes-SemionotusCT0075Possibly a reference to the Bluff Head Preserve W of CT77 a few hundred meters N of Bluff Head Cemetery. (In earlier versions, Locality listed as Totoket Mtn).41.4104,-72.6957,,AKm73|*
Bluff HeadNew HavenCTvertebrates-fish(lower bed)Triassic-JurassicNewarkichnofossils-tracks;plants,vertebrates-fishCT0056Bluff Head appears to be NE of New Haven in Guilford, CT41.4150,-72.6987,,AKm73?|*
CheshireNew HavenCTAt I491 CT84 junctionTriassicNew Havenvertebrates-reptilia-archosauriformes-pseudosuchia(bones)-ErpetosuchusCT0057Assume this is the I84,I691 Junction41.5607,-72.9166,,AKm73?|*
CheshireNew HavenCTJust S of I691 -- 2000 Olsen -- 41d33m32sN,72d54m28sWTriassicNew Havenvertebrates-reptilia(footprints?)-archosauriformes-pseudosuchia-ErpetosuchusCT005841.5589,-72.9078,,AKm72|*
East HavenNew HavenCTIn black shale in steam running into Saltonstall Pond from E at its S endTriassicvertebrates-fishCT0092Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 241.2803,-72.8547,,AKm72|TRIASSIC*
Fair HavenNew HavenCTarea - In a quarry near the Ferry Street Bridge over the Quinnipiac RiverTriassic-JurassicNewarkvertebrates-reptilia(bones)CT005941.3020,-72.8929,,AKm73?|*
Fair HavenNew HavenCTin quarry near the Perry St (Ferry St?) Bridge over the Quinnipiac RiverTriassic-JurassicNewarkvertebrates-reptilia-aetosauria(bones)(plates)-StegomusCT006041.3020,-72.8928,,AKm73?|*
GuilfordNew HavenCTIn fragile black shale about 3.2km E of the 'Durham' locality in streambed below 'Bluff Head' volcanic outcropTriassicvertebrates-fishCT0088Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 241.4081,-72.6963,,AKm73|TRIASSIC*
Highland BrookNew Haven?CTIn gray siltstonesTriassicShuttle Meadowplants(pollen),vertebrates-fishCT007741.9143,-72.5447,,AKm73?|*
Killiams PointNew HavenCT41d16m46sN 72d48m54sWHolocene (4000BP)invertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-LittorinaCT006141.2794,-72.8150,,AKm73|*
New HavenNew HavenCTarea exposures in arkosic depositsTriassic-JurassicNewarkvertebrates-reptilia(bones)CT006241.3095,-72.9321,,AKm43?|*
New HavenNew HavenCTin area exposures of New Haven ArkoseTriassic-JurassicNewarkvertebrates-reptilia-aetosauria-Stegomus;crocodilia,phytosauriaCT006341.3095,-72.9321,,AKm43?|*
New HavenNew HavenCTin sandstoneTriassicNewarkvertebrates-reptilia(bones)-HypsognathusCT006441.3095,-72.9321,,AKm43?|*
North BranfordNew HavenCTOn Totoket Mountain near Bluff HeadTriassicShuttle Meadowvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-redfieldiidaeCT006541.4199,-72.7013,,AKm71|*
North BranfordNew Haven?CT(tracks) near Sugar Loaf Tunnel. Can't pin down location of tunnelTriassic-JurassicNewarkvertebrates-reptilia(tracks)CT007841.3283,-72.7686,location:North Branford.CT,AKm74|*
North GuilfordNew HavenCTBluff Head. There may be multiple sitesTriassicShuttle Meadowvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-redfieldiidae,semionotiformes-Semionotus;;sarcopterygii-dipnoi-coelacanthiformes-WhiteaCT006641.4199,-72.7013,,AKm71|*
North GuilfordNew HavenCTIn black shale in stream bed near TotoketTriassicvertebrates-fish(scales)CT0094Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 241.4233,-72.6988,,AKm72|TRIASSIC*
North GuilfordNew HavenCTIn stream cut on NE side of Totoket Mountain in black shale 41d23m50sN 72d46m0sWTriassicShuttle Meadowvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-theropoda-CoelophysisCT006741.3972, -72.7667,,AKm72|*
North GuilfordNew HavenCTNear North tip of Totoket Mountain in gray shaleTriassicShuttle Meadowplants(pollen)CT006841.4310,-72.7197,,AKm71|*
North GuilfordNew HavenCTOld Loper Site reopened by Cornet and MacDonald(1970)TriassicShuttle Meadowvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-PtycholepisCT0082http://www.archive.org/stream/ptycholepismarsh3312scha/ptycholepismarsh3312scha_djvu.txt41.4107,-72.7168,,AKm72?|Triassic*
North GuilfordNew HavenCTOn E Slope of Totoket Mountain in green shale,black mudstone and limestoneTriassicShuttle Meadowplants(pollen)(fragments)CT006941.4107,-72.7168,,AKm72?|*
North GuilfordNew HavenCTOn slope of Totoket MountainTriassicShuttle Meadowvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-PtycholepisCT007041.4107,-72.7168,,AKm72?|*
Pistapaug MountainNew HavenCTE of Pistapaug Mt in CTTriassic-JurassicNewarkvertebrates-fishCT007141.4303,-72.7347,,AKm73?|*
South BritainNew HavenCTin exposure on Pomperaug RiverTriassicvertebrates-fishCT007241.4664,-73.2483,,AKm73?|*
SouthburyNew HavenCTvertebrates-fish(lower bed)Triassic-JurassicNewarkplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta;pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns);(rushes);vertebrates-fishCT007341.4814,-73.2136,,AKm73?|*
Totoket MountainNew HavenCTW slope of Totoket Mt in CT in black shalesTriassic-JurassicNewarkvertebrates-fish,reptiliaCT007441.3972,-72.7667,,AKm73|*
Totoket Reservoir(Lake Galliard?)New HavenCTFrom the West Portal of Sugarloaf Tunnel 3.2km N of dam 13.6km E of New Haven 41d20m26sN 72d45m57sWJurassicNewarkichnofossils-tracks-amphibiaipedia,reptilipedia-aetosauripedidia-Batrachopus,Shepardia;dinosauropedidia-Anchisaurus,Eubrontes,theropodipedia-Gigandipus,Grallator;Triaenopus;;;;invertebrates-brachiopoda[?];vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-redfieldiidae,semionotiformes-SemionotusCT0076A (fish?) genus Lopia (no citations) was reported, but it is unclear what it is. Possibly a mispelling of the invalid Triassic plant Loperia. Catopteris was reported. It is a genus within the redfieldiidae, but the nomenclature is confused41.3703,-72.7637,,AKm73?|*
EllingtonTollandCTTriassic-JurassicNewarkvertebrates(bones)CT007941.9039,-72.4703,,AKm73?|*
Washington-DC22m below street level on E Capitol St while digging sewer between Texas and Burns Avenue in 1959|a dinosaur (raptor) boneCretaceousvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)DC0009http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~gdouglas/articles/Kranz6.pdf38.8899,-76.9501,,ALn71?|*
Washington-DCArea exposures in DC and Maryland in clays with ironstone nodules and ligniteCretaceousvertebrates-reptilia(bones)(fragments)(teeth)DC0006http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~gdouglas/picbook/one.html38.8932,-77.0224,,AKm74|*
Washington-DCDinosaur vertebrae in the Washington,DC areaCretaceousPotomac?DC000138.9358,-77.0103,,AKm73?|*
Washington-DCIn area excavations and cutsCretaceousArundelvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-theropoda-Creosaurus(vertebrae)DC000238.9358,-77.0103,,AKm73?|*
Washington-DCIn excavation at 1st and Channing Street NW in 1942CretaceousPotomacvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)DC0003http://www.jhu.edu/~jhumag/696web/dinosaur.html38.9224,-77.0121,,ALn73?|*
Washington-DCIn excavation at 1st and F street (Union Station) in 1898CretaceousPotomacvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)DC0004http://www.jhu.edu/~jhumag/696web/dinosaur.html38.8973,-77.0091,,ALn73?|*
Washington-DCalong Good Hope Hill|chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth) in greensandCretaceous-Tertiaryvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)DC000538.8648,-76.9767,,ALn73?|*
Washington-DCin excavations and other exposures along the SE border South of the Anacostia RiverCretaceous, UpperSeverninvertebrates(marine),vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)DC0008http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~gdouglas/articles/Kranz6.pdf38.8648,-76.9767,,ALm73|*
Washington-DCin excavations and other exposures in the NE part of the districtCretaceous, LowerPotomacvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)DC0007http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~gdouglas/articles/Kranz6.pdf38.93,-76.98,,AKm74|*
DoverKentDEIn clay outcrops along Jones CreekMioceneinvertebrates-mollusks?(shells)DE0064An American Geological Railway Guide P33039.1629,-75.5185,,AKm73?|*
DoverKentDES in clay outcrops along Murderkill CreekMioceneinvertebrates-mollusks?(shells)DE0065An American Geological Railway Guide P33039.0069,-75.4568,,AKm73?|*
DoverKentDEat Dover AFB at KT BoundaryCretaceous-Paleoceneprotists-forams-Globotruncana,HeterohelixDE0001Ransom,'Fossils in America'39.1315,-75.4859,,AKm73?|*
FeltonKentDEin the banks of the Coursey and Killen Ponds. Lat Lon is between the two ponds which are about 800m apart-poorly preserved fossilsMioceneinvertebrates(poorly preserved)DE0068http://www.dgs.udel.edu/Geology/Paleontology/fossilsites.aspx38.9842,-75.5282,,AKm71|ATLANTIC*
FeltonKentDE?Along shores of Coursey and Killan Ponds|poorly preserved faunasMioceneChesapeake Group-DE0055Original says Felton,Kent County,MD. There does not seem to be a Felton,MD,but Felton,DE seems to fit38.9842,-75.5282,,AKm73|*
FredricaKentDEMioceneinvertebrates(shells)-mollusks-bivalvia-Mactra,Myaconcha,pectinidae-Pecten;Venus,Xueiila,;;;worms-annelida-SerpulaDE0061USGS Bulletin dated 189239.0089,-75.4661,,AKm73|*
Murderkill CreekKentDEat 'confluents'Mioceneinvertebrates(shells)-mollusks-bivalvia-Mactra,Myaconcha,pectinidae-Pecten;Venus,Xueiila,;;;worms-annelida-SerpulaDE0062USGS Bulletin dated 189239.0583,-75.3969,,AKm74|*
Pollack FarmKentDEEast of U.S. Route 13 on the divide between the Leipsic River and Alston BranchMioceneCheswold Sandichnofossils-burrows_invertebrate-Ophiomorpha,Skolithos;;invertebrates-mollusks;protists-radiolaria;vertebratesDE0002The Miocene beds were partially or entirely below the water table and were exposed only while pumped dry while being excavated for road fill. Site was backfilled after excavation completedhttp://www.deldot.net/static/projects/archaeology/pollack/index.shtml39.2356,-75.5767,,AKm73|*
SmyrnaKentDE6.4km S on branches of Old Duck Creek in blue clayMioceneinvertebrates(shells)-mollusks-bivalvia-Mactra,Myaconcha,pectinidae-Pecten;Venus,Xueiila,;;;worms-annelida-SerpulaDE0060USGS Bulletin dated 189239.2434,-75.5863,,AKm73|*
SmyrnaKentDEIn clay outcrops along Duck CreekMioceneinvertebrates-mollusks?(shells)DE0063An American Geological Railway Guide P33039.3111,-75.6026,,AKm73|*
BlackbirdNew CastleDEfragments of petrified pine wood in floatplants(petrified wood)-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Pinus(pine)DE0059USGS Bulletin dated 189239.3709,-75.6591,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDE1 Km W of St Georges (which bank? Assume N) - Variant Mount Laurel faunas on spoil pileCretaceousNavesink|Mount Laurel?DE000639.5483,-75.6622,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDE2 km E on S bank of canal at Biggs FarmCretaceousinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;;vertebrates-mammals(?)DE000739.5532,-75.6285,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDE2.4km W of St Georges on the S bank of the canalCretaceousvertebrates-fish(fragments)-actinopterygii-EnchodusDE000839.5425,-75.6747,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDE200 meters E of St Georges Bridge on S bankCretaceousMount Laurel?DE000939.5525,-75.6481,,AKm72|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDE200 meters E of St Georges Bridge on S bankCretaceousMount Laurel?DE0010Same as DE000939.5525,-75.6481,,AKm72|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDE3-5 km E of the Pennsylvania RR bridge along the high canal banksCretaceous?DE001139.5491,-75.6572,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDE300 meters W of Summit BridgeCretaceous?DE001239.5398,-75.7425,,AKm72|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDE300 meters W of the Pennsylvania RR bridge in the S bank of the canalCretaceous?DE001339.5427,-75.7079,,AKm72|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDE30m W of the Pennsylvania RR bridge in the S bank of the canalCretaceous?DE001439.5422,-75.7038,,AKm72|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDE500 meters E of Reedy Point Bridge on Both Banks in spoil heapsCretaceousinvertebrates-arthropoda,brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-coelenterata;mollusks,porifera;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;;worms-annelidaDE001539.5595,-75.5741,,AKm72|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDE500 meters E of Summit Bridge on S bank in deep cutCretaceousEnglishtown?DE001639.5402,-75.7311,,AKm72|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDE800 meters E of the Pennsylvania RR bridge in the N spoil bank of the canal in the Merchantville FormationCretaceousMerchantville?DE003239.5440,-75.6930,,AKm72|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDE800 meters S of Lorewood Grove on the S bank of the canal. This one is possibly hopeless. Topozone.com says there is a populated place called Lorewood grove but it maps to an empty spot on the S bank of the canal. About 500m S is a Lorewood Grove Rd but it does not seem to go to any town of Lorewood GroveCretaceous?DE001739.5404,-75.6872,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEA fossil reef at 'Station 3' Station 3 is probably a tidal station -- tidal stations within the canal are Delaware Branch Channel Bridge,Reedy Point,St Georges,Summit Bridge,New Castle,Chesapeake City but the do not seem to be numbered 1,2,3... I would guess this locality to be at Summit Bridge, but that's purely a guessCretaceous-DE002739.5413,-75.7382,,AKm74|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEAlong the entire Chesapeake and Delaware canal in various formations|well preserved fossilsCretaceous Upperinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea;gastropodaDE0042(Note -- don't believe this one. Excellent fossils can be found along the canal,but be prepared to spend a lot of time searching out localities-DJK)39.5444,-75.7208,,AJj24|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEAround base of RR bridge on N side of Canal -Digging strongly discouragedCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusksDE003139.5444,-75.7028,,AKm72|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEBetween the MD896 Bridge and Delaware CityCretaceous?DE0025Confused. At a guess, MD896=MD213 and Delaware City is Chesapeake City at the other end of the canal. Another possibility is that MD896=DE9. And another is that MD896=DE896-US301 which crosses the canal via Summit Bridge39.5290,-75.8126,,AKM73?|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEImmediately W of St Georges Bridge -- old spoil pile removed by construction of new bridgeCretaceousNavesink?invertebrates(sparse)DE0003As of late 200639.5539,-75.6522,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEIn Merchantville fm at St Georges (Which Bank? Merchantville or Navesink?)CretaceousMerchantvilleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaDE003339.5537,-75.6523,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEIn N Bank of CanalCretaceous,UpperEnglishtownichnofossils-burrows_invertebrate-SkolithosDE0058http://www.ohiolink.edu/etd/send-pdf.cgi?toledo111601481639.5444,-75.7208,,AJj23|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEIn overgrown spoil piles at base of Reedy Point Bridge -- digging requiredCretaceousinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusks-cephalopoda-belemnoidea;;;vertebrates(teeth)-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(small);;reptilia-squamata-mosasauridaeDE004639.5583,-75.5823,,AKM72|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEIn spoil bank on N side of Canal 1km E of MD-DE lineCretaceous?DE002939.5391,-75.7640,,AKM73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEIn spoil bank on N side of Canal 4.8km E of MD-DE lineCretaceous?DE003039.5433,-75.7292,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEMost collecting is done in spoil piles on both banks. Specific Areas:St George Bridge,Reedy Pt Bridge,Biggs Farm,Delaware CityCretaceousNavesinkinvertebrates(abundant)-mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra;cephalopoda-belemnoidea;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;reptilia-squamata-mosasauridae(teeth)DE0026Some Marshalltown fossils at West End. Marshalltown passes below water level about 400m E of St John. Abundant,well preserved fossils -- Exogyra,belemnoidea,shark and mosasaur teeth. Many other fossils39.5444,-75.7208,,AJj24|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEN Bank 2 km E of Summit Bridge in Mount Laurel FormationCretaceous?DE003439.5442,-75.7204,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEN Bank 500 meters N of canal 500 meters East of RR bridgeCretaceous?DE005639.5494,-75.6908,,AKm72|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEN Bank 500 meters N of canal just E of RR bridgeCretaceous?DE001839.5492,-75.7016,,AKM72|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEN Bank,1000 meters E of Summit Bridge in Englishtown FormationCretaceousEnglishtown?DE003539.5429,-75.7316,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEN Bank,1200 meters E of Summit Bridge in Englishtown FormationCretaceousEnglishtown?DE005739.5432,-75.7293,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEN side of canal 160m W of Reedy Point Bridge. In US Army Corps Engineers work area accessible by gravel road in late 2006CretaceousNavesink?invertebrates-brachiopoda,mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra,Pycnodonte;cephalopoda-belemnoideaDE0004misc fossils -- 39d33.593mN 075d34.784mW39.5589,-75.5848,,AKM72|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEOn S side of RR Railroad bridge in 1m thick by 300m long sandy LensCretaceousMerchantvilleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Anomia,arcoida,Etea,Exogyra,Lithophaga,Nemodon,Ostrea,pholadidae-Pholas?;Tellina;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Scaphites;;gastropoda-Arrhoges,Graciliala,Turritella,XenophoraDE004539.5421,-75.7033,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEOn the North Bank Spoil piles near St GeorgesCretaceous?DE001939.5537,-75.6523,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEOn the South bank about 1.6km East of St George at 'Biggs Farm'. The main outcrop is enclosed in a small overgrown iron frameCretaceousNavesink|Mount Laurelichnofossils,invertebrates(200taxa)-arthropoda-crustacea;cnidaria-corals;mollusks,porifera(sponges);vertebratesDE002039.5534,-75.6309,,AKm72|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEOriginal says St Georges, MD, but there does not appear to be such a place. There is a St George Island near Point Lookout, but is would not likely have Cretaceous depositsCretaceousMerchantvilleinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-decapoda-Hoploparia,Protocallianassa;;;mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Menabites,PlacenticerasDE0067http://paleodb.org/cgi-bin/bridge.pl?action=displayCollectionDetails&collection_no=2757139.5557,-75.6498,,AKm72|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEPoorly preserved fossils in the Navesink,Mount Laurel Formation in the South Bank at the RR bridgeCretaceousNavesink|Mount Laurel?DE002139.5420,-75.7033,,AKm72|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDES Bank,300 meters E of Summit Bridge in Merchantville FormationCretaceousMerchantville?DE003739.5427,-75.7337,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDES bank 1800 meters E of bridge at St Georges (Biggs Farm). This exposure is enclosed in a steel bulkhead which prevents erosion and,to a great extent,collecting as wellCretaceousNavesink|Mount Laurel?DE002239.5531,-75.6298,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDES bank 300 meters E of bridge at St GeorgesCretaceous?DE002339.5529,-75.6467,,AKm72|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDESame as DE0027Cretaceous?DE002839.5444,-75.7208,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEThe 'Deep Cut' exposures. 3 Formations W to E Merchantville,Englishtown,Marshalltown-outcrops-RR Bridge,MD Line,Summit Bridge,St GeorgesCretaceousMerchantville|Englishtown|Marshalltowninvertebrates,vertebratesDE003839.5444,-75.7208,,AJj24|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEW of St Georges in spoil piles along Chesapeake and Delaware canal from 3-4m of green-gray Marshalltown sand below Navesink Fm and above Englishtown FmCretaceousMarshalltowninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Agerostrea,Cardium,Cucullaea,Cyprimeria,Exogyra,Trigonia;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,Didymoceras,Menuites,Pachydiscus;;;;vertebrates-fish(teeth)-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)DE0047http://paleodb.org/cgi-bin/bridge.pl?action=displayCollectionDetails&collection_no=35048;http://paleodb.org/cgi-bin/bridge.pl?action=displayCollectionDetails&collection_no=2757039.5506,-75.6547,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEalong Chesapeake and Delaware canal on E side of Reedy Point Bridge on N bank in small cleared areaCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra,Pycnodonte;cephalopoda-belemnoidea-BelemnitellaDE004039.5607,-75.5792,,AKm72|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEfrom 1.2 to 3 km E of Summit Bridge on N bank in spoils from deep cutCretaceousEnglishtown|Marshalltown?DE003639.5442,-75.7204,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEin sandy canal spoil piles E of Rt 9CretaceousMount Laurelinvertebrates-bryozoa,mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda,gastropodaDE003939.5588,-75.5791,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEnear Summit BridgeCretaceousMerchantvillevertebrates-reptilia-pterosauria-PteranodonDE004839.5414,-75.7383,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDEon the North Bank Spoil piles near St GeorgesCretaceous?DE002439.5554,-75.6473,,AKm73|*
Chesapeake and Delaware CanalNew CastleDECretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-PycnodonteDE000539.5444,-75.7208,,AJj24|*
Chesapeake and Delaware Canal(Summit Bridge?)New CastleDELower slope of Maintenance road E of RR bridgeCretaceous UpperMarshalltowninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea;gastropodaMD0058The only RR Bridge across the C&D Canal is at Summit Bridge, DE?39.5441,-75.7006,,AKm73?|*
Chesapeake and Delaware Canal(Summit Bridge?)New CastleDEPit E of RR bridgeCretaceous UpperMarshalltowninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea;gastropodaMD0059Like MD0058, Originally Cecil Cy,MD39.5441,-75.7006,,AKm73?|*
Lums Pond State ParkNew CastleDEIt has been reported that some chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth) can be found at the water's edge eroded from the Cretaceous-Marshalltown Formation on the North side of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal near Lums Pond State ParkCretaceousMarshalltownvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)DE0041I attempted to check out this area once. No fossils. Lots of nasty ankle deep,sticky,clay-DJK39.5478,-75.7053,,AKm73|*
MiddletownNew CastleDES at state sand and gravel pit on DE896 (DE896=DE71?) Lat Lon is what appears to be a sand pit on DE71 opposite and 200m SE of the Middletown Nature Area. Just a guessPleistoceneplantsDE0069http://www.dgs.udel.edu/Geology/Paleontology/fossilsites.aspx39.4356,-75.7108,,AKm72|ATLANTIC*
MiddletownNew CastleDES on DE896 At state sand a gravel pitPleistoceneplants(impressions)DE004339.4494,-75.7167,,AKm73?|*
OdessaNew CastleDEIn area exposures around Odessa and Galena. Galena is in MD(?) about 20km W of Odessa, DE. Lat lon of Odessa Usedplants(petrified wood)DE004439.4572,-75.6617,,AJm23?|*
Cape HenlopenSussexDEalong beach from Cape Henlopen to Fenwick Island. This is about 20km of seacoast.Pleistoceneinvertebrates,plants(petrified wood)DE004938.6212,-75.0723,,AIk23?|*
DagsboroSussexDES On DE113 at Pepper Creek BridgePleistoceneinvertebrates(marine)DE0050http://www.dgs.udel.edu/Geology/Paleontology/fossilsites.aspx38.5492,-75.2461,,AKm73?|*
DagsboroSussexDEin Omar Formation at MD113 crossing of Pepper CreekPleistoceneinvertebrates(marine)DE0051Dagsboro is in Delaware,near the MD line. Site is in MD?38.5492,-75.2461,,AKm73?|*
Lewes and Rehoboth CanalSussexDEIn excavations along Lewes and Rehoboth CanalPleistocene-Holoceneinvertebrates-mollusks?(shells)DE0052Ransom,'Fossils in America'38.7746,-75.1393,,AKm73|*
Ocean ViewSussexDEalong Assawoman canalHolocene-Pleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks?(shells)DE0053Ransom,'Fossils in America'38.5468,-75.0837,,AKm73|*
SeafordSussexDEE at top of clay outcrops along Nanticoke RiverPliocene?invertebrates-mollusks?(shells)DE0066An American Geological Railway Guide P33038.6412,-75.6110,,AKm73|*
Sussex CountySussexDEIn well boringsTertiaryinvertebrates(marine)DE0054Ransom,'Fossils in America'38.7000,-75.4167,,AIi14?|*
Marianna Limestone[?]FLin Northern part of statevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-ProcarcharodonFL020430.7796,-85.2319,location:Marianna.FL,AIi14|*
-AlachuaFLPliocenevertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Lepisosteus,sciaenidaeFL0234http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php29.6517,-82.3185,location:Gainesville.FL,AJj24|*
ArcherAlachuaFL16 km S 2 km E of RR StationPlioceneAlachua Clayvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Auchenia,(llamas);;perissodactyla-equidae(horses)-Hippotherium;rhinocerotidae;proboscidea-MastodonFL000129.4114,-82.4963,,AKm73?|*
ArcherAlachuaFLIn area ditches,cuts,quarries,pitsPlioceneAlachua Clayvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Auchenia;;perissodactyla-equidae-Hippotherium;rhinocerotidae;proboscidea-MastodonFL000229.5297,-82.5192,,AKk53?|*
GainesvilleAlachuaFL10 km SW near ArredondoEocene UpperOcala Limestoneprotists-forams-NummulitesFL000329.5615,-82.3233,,AKk53?|*
GainesvilleAlachuaFLAt Hog Creek (assume this is Hogtown Creek)-FL0229http://www.tampabayfossilclub.com29.6702,-82.3473,,AKm73?|*
GainesvilleAlachuaFLNW In area exposures in Hogtown Creek basinEocenevertebrates-fish(teeth)-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)(teeth),selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL000429.6702,-82.3473,,AKm73?|*
GainesvilleAlachuaFLNW at Devil's Mills Hopper in walls of sinkholeMioceneHawthorninvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Cassidulus;;mollusksFL000529.7033,-82.3953,,AKm73?|*
GainsvilleAlachuaFLTo NW in streams in Hogtown BasinEocene,UpperOcalainvertebrates-echinoderms,mollusks;vertebrates(marine)-(bones),fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)FL0239http://www.afn.org/~afn02877/29.6702,-82.3473,,AKm73?|*
GainsvilleAlachuaFLTo WestMioceneAlachuavertebrates(marine)-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks);;mammals(bones)-(marine),(terrestrial)FL0240http://www.afn.org/~afn02877/29.6439,-82.4009,,AKm73|*
Neals(?)AlachuaFLIn area phosphate minesvertebrates(teeth)-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae-Equus;Tapirus;proboscidea-MastodonFL0006Neals is unicorporated and is actually in Gilchrist County29.769,-82.715,,AKm73|*
NewberryAlachuaFLIn area phosphate minesvertebrates(teeth)-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae-Equus;Tapirus;proboscidea-MastodonFL000729.6461,-82.6067,,AKm73|*
NewberryAlachuaFLNW in numerous exposures in phosphate pits exploiting fissure fill deposits at depths to 20+ meters in area of extinct village of Haille. Therefore 'Haille sites'Miocene-Pleistocenevertebrates(abundant)(diverse)FL0009Many sites no longer accessible-Permission required for all siteshttp://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/pciesiel/gly3603c/haile.html29.691,-82.573,,AKm73?|*
NewberryAlachuaFLNW in numerous exposures in phosphate pits exploiting fissure fill deposits|Mollusks (poorly preserved),Echinoderms(well preserved)EoceneOcala Limestoneinvertebrates-echinoderms,mollusks;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0008Many sites no longer accessible-Permission required for all siteshttp://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/pciesiel/gly3603c/haile.html29.691,-82.573,,AKm73|*
Santa Fe SpringsAlachua?FLPleistocenevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-tayassuidae(Peccaries);perissodactyla-equidae-Equus;TapirusFL001029.7392,-82.0761,,AKm43?|*
Lake CityBakerFLIn area quarriesinvertebrates(?)(abundant)FL001130.1894,-82.6394,,AKm73?|*
Econfina RiverBayFL2 km below Hwy bridge s4t1sr13w (-85.539143 30.4247 85.5450 N of Econofina about 2km S of Bay county line.)invertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-CancellariaFL001230.4247,-85.5391,s4t1sr13w,AGL3|*
Panama CityBayFLon Farley Creek and Tenmile Creek,along banks|well preserved mollusksMioceneChipolainvertebrates-mollusksFL001330.5152,-85.4988,,AKm73?|*
Red Oak ChurchCalhounFL300m N in bed Farley Creek under FL275 bridge in fossiliferous sandMiocene UpperChipola?FL001430.4622,-85.1450,,AKm73?|*
Casa de MeadowsCharlotteFLPhilman Pit. Philman's Pit is very likely in Gilchrist County at or near 29.8329,-82.8749Pleistocene UpperFort Thompsoninvertebrates-mollusksFL0207http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/theses/available/etd-08072002-110037/unrestricted/etd.pdf29.8329,-82.8749,,AKm74?|*
Peace RiverCharlotte?FLon bed of river accessible to surface divers using snorkels and masksvertebratesFL001627.4261,-81.8502,,AKm73?|*
Punta GordaCharlotteFLE on Hwy 17 at W end of Bridge over shell creek http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htminvertebrates(abundant)-mollusks(shells);vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL001526.9814,-81.9600,,AKm73?|*
Citrus CountyCitrusFLIn area phosphate minesvertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae-Hipparion;;proboscidea-MastodonFL001828.8744,-82.4583,,AJj23?|*
HernandoCitrusFLIn area phosphate pitsprotists-forams-NummulitesFL001928.8997,-82.3747,,AKm73?|*
OwensboroCitrusFLIn Limestone quarryEocene UpperOcalaprotists-forams-NummulitesFL002028.4408,-82.1847,,AKm73|*
Black CreekClayFLIn area phosphate pits in phosphatic marlsinvertebratesFL002128.8381,-82.6667,,AKm73?|*
Lake OkeechobeeCollier?FLin Alligator Alley and US41 canal fillsvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0059Basically, any road fill in the Everglades?26.1628,-80.8209,,AHi24|*
Longan LakesCollierFLNear Naples, FLPleistocene,LowerBermontinvertebrates-mollusksFL0208http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/theses/available/etd-08072002-110037/unrestricted/etd.pdf26.4718,-81.7342,,AKm73|*
OchopeeCollierFLMioceneTamiamiinvertebrates-echinodermsFL002225.9011,-81.3036,,AKm73|*
West FloridaCollierFLCanal dredgings and highway fill along 'Alligator Alley' (I70/FL93)vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL020526.1556,-81.6480,,AJj44?|*
West FloridaCollierFLCanal dredgings and highway fill along US41vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL020626.0531,-81.6833,,AJj43?|*
White SpringsColumbiaFL1400 meters N on small island in Suwannee River. (But White Springs seems to be on the NE side of the Suwannee? And there is no island there?)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Chione,Glycymeris,Modiolus,(others);gastropoda-Ampullina,Calliostoma,Orthaulax,Scaphander;scaphopoda-DentaliumFL0023Ransom,'Fossils in America'30.3294,-82.7592,,AKm73?|*
-DeSotoFLArea pebble Phosphate deposits|vertebrates,invertebrate castsMioceneBone Valleyinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(silicified);;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)(teeth),selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(bones)-artiodactyla-camelidae;(marine_mammals),perissodactyla-equidae(horses),rhinocerotidae;proboscidea-Mastodon;;reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Alligator;;turtlesFL0029Ransom,'Fossils in America'27.2168,-81.8591,location:Arcadia.FL,AKm74|*
-DeSotoFLBrantley's PitPliocene UpperCaloosahatcheeinvertebrates-mollusksFL0209http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/theses/available/etd-08072002-110037/unrestricted/etd.pdf27.2168,-81.8591,location:Arcadia.FL,AKm44|*
ArcadiaDeSotoFL10.1km N to Brownville Rd to County Park on River. Upstream from boat ramp in shallows around island-FL0227http://www.tampabayfossilclub.com27.3038,-81.8433,,AKm73?|*
ArcadiaDeSotoFLIn gravels(?) along Peace Riververtebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(teeth)FL0214http://www.gamineral.org/_docs/T&T-Jan-2003.pdf27.3038,-81.8433,,AGl63?|*
ArcadiaDeSotoFLPeace River Campgropund $10 day pass for wilderness beach required-FL0226http://www.tampabayfossilclub.com27.2291,-81.8895,,AKm73?|*
ArcadiaDeSotoFLat FL760 bridge over Peace River http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htmvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0026There does not seem to be a highway 760 in Florida. Probably FL70?27.2211,-81.8765,,AGl63?|*
ArcadiaDeSotoFLPliocenePeace creekvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Bison,Odocoileus;cingulata-Pampatherium;perissodactyla-equidae-Equus;Tapirus;proboscidea-Elephas,MammutFL0024Pampatherium=Chlamytherium27.2156,-81.8586,,AGl63?|*
ArcadiaDeSotoFLPliocenePeace creekvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Bison,Odocoileus;cingulata-Pampatherium;perissodactyla-equidae-Equus;Tapirus;proboscidea-Elephas,MammutFL0025Pampatherium=Chlamytherium27.2211,-81.8765,,AHm73?|*
BrownsvilleDeSoto?FLalong Peace Riververtebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(bones)(teeth)FL012727.2211,-81.8765,,AHm73?|*
Peace CreekDeSotoFLall along length of creekPliocenePeace Creekvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-Myliobatis;selachii(sharks)-Carcharodon,Galeocerdo;;;mammals-artiodactyla-Bison,Cervus,Odocoileus;cingulata-glyptodontidae-Glyptodon,Hoplophorus;;perissodactyla-equidae-Equus,Hippotherium;Tapirus;pilosa-Megalonyx;proboscidea-Elephas,Mammut;sirenia-Manatus;;reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-AlligatorFL002727.2211,-81.8765,,AHm73?|*
Peace RiverDeSotoFLCollecting in river gravels if water level below 6ft -- check http://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/uv?02295637-FL0225http://www.tampabayfossilclub.com27.2211,-81.8765,,AHm73?|*
Peace RiverDeSotoFLIn bed of river accessible from Brownville County Parkvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(bones)FL0219http://www.blackriverfossils.org/DesotoCounty/tabid/53/TripReports/2574/Default.aspx27.2980,-81.8463,,AKm72|*
Shell CreekDeSotoFLinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-TellinaFL002826.9642,-81.9947,,AKm73?|*
WauchulaDeSotoFLIn Peace River BedsPleistocenevertebrates-mammals-cingulata-Dasypodidae(armadillos),glyptodontidae-Boreostracon;;pilosa-megatheriidae,(sloths)FL015527.5479,-81.8111,,AKm73?|*
Zolfo SpringsDeSotoFLThousand Trails RV Park -- Permission Required-FL0228http://www.tampabayfossilclub.com27.5084,-81.8018,,AKm72?|*
JacksonvilleDuvalFLat city waterworks|invertebrate casts and moldsinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Carditamera,pectinidae-PectenFL003130.2400,-81.5600,,AKm73?|*
JacksonvilleDuvalFLon A1A at Ponte Vedre Beachvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(bones)(teeth)FL003230.2411,-81.3873,,AKm73?|*
JacksonvilleDuvalFLspoil banks along St Johns River?FL003330.3492,-81.6188,,AJm53?|*
QuincyGadsdenFLIn fuller's earth minesinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,Cardita,Carolia,Chione,pectinidae-Pecten;;gastropoda-Crucibulum,Cypraea,Fulgur,Modulus,MurexFL003430.5869,-84.5833,,AKm73?|*
Ichetucknee RiverGilchristFLPleistocenevertebrates-mammals-pilosa-Megalonyx(a sloth)(teeth)FL003529.9322,-82.8003,,AKm73|*
Thomas FarmGilchristFLAt Thomas Farm in bar of boulders and Fossil fragments. Important site for Miocene terrestrial vertebrates. Owned by and access controlled by State of Florida (Dept of Education?). LatLon is center of Gilchrist CountyMioceneHawthornvertebrates-aves(birds),mammalsFL0238http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/ponyexpress/pony11_2/Pe112.html,http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fossilhall/flpaleo/thomasfarm/thomasfarm.htm29.6881,-82.8191,location:Gilchrist_County_Center,AJm74|*
Thomas FarmGilchristFLin sinkhole exposure http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htmMioceneinvertebrates-mollusksFL003729.6881,-82.8191,location:Gilchrist_County_Center,AJm74|*
Thomas FarmGilchristFLMioceneHawthorn (Hemingford)vertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Alligator;;turtles-GeocheloneFL003629.6881,-82.8191,location:Gilchrist_County_Center,AJm74|*
-Gilchrist|ColumbiaFLPleistocenevertebrates-mammals-proboscidea-MammutFL003829.6881,-82.8191,location:Gilchrist_County_Center,AJm74|*
Banana CreekGladesFLIn tributary of Caloosahatchee River in fresh water Marlinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Anomalocardia,Chlamys,Laevicardium;gastropoda-Cerithium,HelisomaFL003928.5950,-80.7253,,AKm73?|*
Harnby Canal(?)GladesFLLake Okeechobeeinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Olivella,TyphisFL0040Probably 'Harney Pond canal'27.0041,-81.0709,,AKm73|*
Moore HavenGladesFLPlioceneCaloosahatcheeinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaFL004126.8328,-81.0933,,AKm73?|*
Ortona LocksGladesFL400 meters W of Atlantic Coast Line bridge near Coffee Mill Hammockinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Chione,Transennella;gastropoda-Bulla,OlivellaFL004226.7891,-81.3041,,AKm72|*
Ortona LocksGladesFLnear locks in marine marlinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,Bothrocorbula,Phacoides;gastropoda-Cerithium,Hanetia,Mitra,VermiculariaFL004326.7891,-81.3041,,AKm72|*
White SpringsHamiltonFLIn area quarriesinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoideaFL004530.3294,-82.7592,,AKm73?|*
White SpringsHamiltonFLalong banks of Suwannee Riverinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea;;;vertebrates(bones)(fragments)-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL004630.3294,-82.7592,,AKm73?|*
White SpringsHamiltonFLat RR trestle to Winvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoideaFL004730.3294,-82.7592,,AKm73?|*
Withlacoochee RiverHamilton?FLPleistocene?vertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-PseudocerasFL004828.5719,-82.2003,,AKm73?|*
-HardeeFLIn area phosphate pits if permission can be securedMioceneBone Valleyvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(bones)FL0220http://www.blackriverfossils.org/TripReports/HardeeCounty/tabid/53/pt/1/Filter/83/Default.aspx27.6093,-82.0047,,AJj43|*
Fort Green MineHardeeFLMiocene UpperBone Valley Uppervertebrates-aves(birds),reptilia-crocodilia,turtles-Chrysemys,GeocheloneFL004927.6681,-82.0070,,AKm72|*
Peace River above Wachulla SpringsHardee?FLPleistocenevertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-Tapirus;proboscidea(mammoths)FL001727.5497,-81.7925,,AKm73|*
-HendryFLCochran Shell Pit near LaBellePliocene UpperCaloosahatcheeinvertebrates-mollusksFL0210http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/theses/available/etd-08072002-110037/unrestricted/etd.pdf26.7542,-81.4396,location:LaBelle.FL,AKm73|*
Caloosahatchee RiverHendryFLfor 24km along river in vicinity of Ft Denaudinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Chlamys,Lima,Ostrea,pectinidae-Pecten;Placunanomia,Thracia;gastropoda-BulinusFL005126.7494,-81.4695,,AJj23?|*
Caloosahatchee RiverHendryFLPliocene UpperCaloosahatcheeinvertebrates-mollusksFL0211http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/theses/available/etd-08072002-110037/unrestricted/etd.pdf26.7494,-81.4695,,AJj23?|*
Caloosahatchee RiverHendryFLinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Ficus,VasumFL005026.7494,-81.4695,,AJj23?|*
Fort DenaudHendryFL2 to 4 km Ninvertebrates(?)(abundant)FL005226.7494,-81.4695,,AKm73?|*
Fort DenaudHendryFLIn Lower bank of Caloosahatchee River at Ft Denaud bridge 3.2km E(? W?) of La BellePleistoceneFort Thompsoninvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Meandrina,Siderastrea;;;mollusks-bivalvia-Anadara;gastropoda-Conus,Murex,XenophoraFL005526.7455,-81.4670,,AKm73|*
Fort DenaudHendryFLW in banks of Caloosahatchee Riverinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-cirripedia-Balanus;;;mollusks-bivalvia-Chlamys,Lima,Ostrea,pectinidae-Pecten;Placunanomia,ThraciaFL005326.7494,-81.4695,,AJj23?|*
Fort DenaudHendryFLinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Clathrodrillia,PlanorbisFL005426.7494,-81.4695,,AJj23?|*
Fort ThompsonHendryFL2.5 km N of La Belle along Caloosahatchee RiverMiocene-Plioceneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Chione;gastropoda-TurritellaFL005626.7701,-81.4375,,AKm72|*
La BelleHendryFL3 km E near Ft Denaud Bridge. Fort Denaud is West of LaBelleinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusksFL005726.7494,-81.4695,,AKm73?|*
Tri-Britton RanchHendryFLTri-Britton site http://utweb.ut.edu/faculty/mmeers/res/dig/Pleistocenevertebrates(marine)(terrestrial mammals)FL005827.8719,-81.7139,,AKm72|*
BrooksvilleHernandoFL11 km Ninvertebrates-mollusks(diverse)FL006028.6689,-82.3954,,AKm72|*
BrooksvilleHernandoFL16 km NWinvertebrates-mollusks(diverse)FL006128.6882,-82.5204,,AKm72|*
BrooksvilleHernandoFL2 km SWinvertebrates-mollusks(diverse)FL006228.5393,-82.4057,,AKm72|*
BrooksvilleHernandoFL6 km Winvertebrates-mollusks(diverse)FL006328.5580,-82.4593,,AKm72|*
BrooksvilleHernandoFL8 km Winvertebrates-mollusks(diverse)FL006428.5562,-82.4812,,AKm72|*
BrooksvilleHernandoFLarea exposuresinvertebrates-mollusks(diverse)FL006528.5568,-82.3844,,AKm73|*
VulcanHernandoFL16km N of Brownville on W side of road in CEMEX/Vulcan Quarry -- Permission Required -- Currently Groups Only-FL0224http://www.tampabayfossilclub.com/images/vulcan.gif27.3974,-81.7949,,AKm73|*
-HillsboroughFLArea pebble Phosphate deposits|vertebrates;invertebrates-castsMioceneBone Valleyinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(silicified);;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)(teeth),selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(bones)-artiodactyla-camelidae;(marine_mammals),perissodactyla-equidae(horses),rhinocerotidae;proboscidea-Mammut;;reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Alligator;;turtlesFL0080Ransom,'Fossils in America'27.9410,-82.2320,location:Valrico.FL,AJj24|*
Apollo BeachHillsboroughFL9 km N of Ruskin on FL41Miocenevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL006727.7714,-82.4064,,AKm73?|*
Apollo BeachHillsboroughFLS of Tampa W of FL41 http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htmvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(bones)FL006827.7721,-82.3897,,AKm73?|*
Apollo BeachHillsboroughFLWell preserved vertebratesinvertebrates,vertebrates(marine)(bones)-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL006627.7721,-82.3897,,AKm73?|*
Apollo BeachHillsboroughFLPleistocenevertebrates-mammals-cingulata-glyptodontidae-Glyptodon;;perissodactyla-equidae-EquusFL0235http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php27.7721,-82.3897,,AKm73?|*
Ballast Point-Tampa BayHillsboroughFLAltered Silicified CoralsMioceneinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(silicified)FL007027.8883,-82.4810,,AKm72|*
Ballast Point-Tampa BayHillsboroughFLinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(geodes)(silicified)FL006927.8883,-82.4810,,AKm72|*
Blackwater CreekHillsboroughFL4 km S of Pasco County Line in stream bed at Seaboard Air Line RR crossingMioceneTampa Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks(diverse)FL007128.1517,-82.2128,,AKm73?|*
Davis Is-Tampa BayHillsboroughFLinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(geodes)(silicified)FL007227.9149,-82.4561,,AKm72|*
Four Corners MineHillsboroughFLMiocene UpperBone Valley Uppervertebrates-aves(birds)(bones)FL007327.6473,-82.0538,,AKm73|*
Hillsborough River N of Tampa BayHillsboroughFLinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(geodes)(silicified)FL0074Ransom,'Fossils in America'28.0226,-82.4308,,AKm74|*
Kingsford MineHillsboroughFLMiocene UpperBone Valley Uppervertebrates(bones)-aves(birds)FL0075Original says Kinsford Mine-may be in Polk County27.9071,-81.9855,,AKm73|*
LeiseyHillsboroughFLin area excavationPleistocenevertebrates-mammals,(petrified wood)FL007627.7053,-82.4917,,AKm73|*
Leisey Shell Pit 1AHillsboroughFLLate Irvingtonian mammals(bones)vertebrates-mammals(bones)FL007727.7053,-82.4917,,AKm73|*
Orient ParkHillsboroughFLS between dam and FL60invertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusksFL007827.9722,-82.3731,,AKm73|*
Sixmile CreekHillsboroughFLbetween the RR tracks and the dam S of Orient ParkMioceneTampa Limestoneinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusksFL007930.3725,-81.7339,,AKm73?|*
Tampa BayHillsboroughFLIn bay accessible from public parkvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;reptilia(teeth)FL0221http://www.blackriverfossils.org/HillsboroughCounty/tabid/53/TripReports/503/Default.aspx27.8514,-82.5545,,AKm74?|*
Econfina CreekHolmesFLin exposures below water between FL20 and FL388 http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htminvertebrates-mollusksFL008130.4102,-85.5488,,AKm73|*
VeroIndian RiverFLIn banks of canal|Indian artifactsPleistoceneplants,vertebrates-aves(birds)(bones),fish,mammalsFL008227.6253,-80.3755,,AKm73?|*
Vero BeachIndian RiverFLFossils along beaches N to Georgia State Line?FL008329.3056,-81.0571,,AGg25?|*
MarianaJacksonFLEoceneOcala Limestonevertebrates-mammals(bones)-sireniaFL008430.7683,-85.2053,,AKm73|*
Aucilla RiverJeffersonFLvertebrates(bones)Pleistocene|HolocenevertebratesFL0233http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aucilla_River30.1083,-83.9822,,AKm74|*
Aucilla RiverJefferson?FL9 km inland from mouth http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htmvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammalsFL008730.1484,-83.9705,,AKm73?|*
Flint RockJeffersonFL2 km ESE in quarryinvertebrates-mollusksFL0085Ransom,'Fossils in America'28.7309,-81.8263,,AKm74|*
Lamont[?]JeffersonFLIn small exposure of Jackson bedsEoceneJacksoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Venericardia;gastropoda-TurritellaFL0086Original listing is for Arkansas. It is doubtful that there is a Lamont in Arkansas although a Topozone search on Lamont does end up on a barren hilltop at 34.1N 92.275W in Grant County34.1,-92.275,,AKm73?|*
-LafayetteFL1 km W of Suwannee River and 1 km N of FL 250 (FL350?) in spoil piles from dredginginvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;;mollusks,(others)FL009130.0100,-83.2228,,AKm72|*
Suwannee RiverLafayetteFLat mouth of river in mud http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htmvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL008929.2881,-83.1661,,AKm73?|*
Suwannee RiverLafayetteFLin Quarry .8km N and .8km W of S250 crossing of riverEoceneOcala Limestone?FL009029.9658,-82.9448,,AKm73?|*
Suwannee RiverLafayetteFLvertebrates in old channel deposits|well preserved fossilsMiocene (Arikareean)vertebratesFL0088There is no town of Lafayette, but there is a Lafayette county with its county seat at Mayo30.1077,-83.1562,,AKm74?|*
EnglewoodLeeFLat end of Manasota Beach Road http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htmvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)(abundant)FL009326.9256,-82.3570,,AKm73?|*
LabelleLeeFLPliocenevertebrates-reptilia-turtles(bones)-TrachemysFL0094Ransom,'Fossils in America'26.7594,-81.4411,,AKm73?|*
BloxhamLeonFLs8t1sr3w 1 km above highway bridge at abandoned mill on Harvey's Creek 30.4109 84.5540 Probably in banks of Harvey Creek about 2km SW of Hollandinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalviaFL0095Ransom,'Fossils in America'30.4109,-84.5540,s8t1sr3w,AKm73|*
EllentonLeonFL2 km away at Rocky Bluff on Manatee RiverMioceneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,pectinidae-Pecten;Perna,VenusFL0096Ransom,'Fossils in America'27.5123,-82.541,,AKm73?|*
Holland P.O.LeonFL2 km N in hard light-grey Limestone on bank of Ochlockonee River sw1/4s16t1sr4w 30.3919 846417 At Jackson Bluff?Miocene Upperinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalviaFL009730.428,-84.533,sw1/4s16t1sr4w,AKm73?|*
TallahasseeLeonFLat Jackson Bluff near dam on the East side of the Ochlocknee River in claysMioceneJackson Bluffinvertebrates-mollusksFL009830.428,-84.533,,AGl63?|*
West SopchoppyLeonFLinvertebrates(diverse)-echinoderms-echinoidea-Scutella;;mollusks-bivalvia-CaroliaFL009930.0653,-84.5150,,AKm73|*
Gulf HammockLevyFL4.5 km S SW of FL55EoceneInglisinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-echinoideaFL010029.0956,-82.7058,,AKm73?|*
Gulf HammockLevyFLSW on FL 55(No FL55 in the area?)EoceneInglisinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusksFL010129.0956,-82.7058,,AKm73?|*
InglisLevyFLIn exposures on cross Florida Barge Canal 1.6km SEoceneInglisinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusksFL010229.0137,-82.6649,,AKm73?|*
Inglis[?]LevyFL2 km Sinvertebrates(diverse)-echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusksFL0103Original says Ingles. Can't locate Ingles,but Ingles seems to be an occasional misspelling of Inglis29.0137,-82.6649,,AKm73?|*
WillistonLevyFL2.4km NE at Mixon's Bone BedMiocene (Hemphill)Alachua Clayvertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneFL010429.4076,-82.4349,,AKm73?|*
WillistonLevyFL2km NE at Mixon's Bone BedMioceneAlachua Clayvertebrates-aves(birds)-Anhinga,Ciconia,Dendrocygna,Grus,Penelope,Podilymbus,Rollandia;reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Alligator;;turtles-Chrysemys,Deirochelys,TrionyxFL0105Hemphill Age29.4076,-82.4349,,AKm73?|*
Alum BluffLibertyFL3.5 km N in road cut on old road to Watson's Landinginvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,gastropoda-EcphoraFL010630.5040,-84.9865,,AKm73?|*
BristolLibertyFL10 km downstream near Woodsinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-CancellariaFL010730.3388,-84.9906,,AKm73|*
BristolLibertyFL6.5 km N in silty sand on high bluff on E bank of Apalachicola RiverMioceneJackson Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks(good)FL010830.4914,-84.9859,,AKm73|*
BristolLibertyFLat Alum Bluff on Apalachicola River,on Nature Conservancy property. 2 km by trial NE of end of Garden of Eden Road off of FL12. largest exposed geologic section in Florida (nearly 40 meters)Miocene LowerAlum Bluffinvertebrates-mollusksFL010930.4713,-84.9818,,AKm73|*
BristolLibertyFLin high bluff on E bank of Apalachicola River 6.4km NMioceneJackson Bluffinvertebrates-mollusksFL011030.4713,-84.9818,,AKm73|*
Bristol (area)LibertyFL3.5 km N of Alum Bluff in road cut on old road to Watson's LandingMiocene Lower?Alum Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,gastropoda-EcphoraFL011130.5044,-84.9865,,AKm43|*
HosfordLibertyFL3.5 km N on Big Creek at the site of a millinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-CancellariaFL011230.4163,-84.7942,,AKm73?|*
ManateeLibertyFLAt North CreekAlum Bluffinvertebrates(?)(abundant)FL0113It is quite unclear where Manatee, FL is or was.27.6425,-82.5208,,AKm75?|*
EllavilleMadisonFL6.5 km above on Suwannee River on Right bankinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-RhyncholampasFL0044Ellaville(extinct) was near the crossing of US90 over the Suwannee River30.4351,-83.1226,,AKm73?|*
-ManateeFLQuality Aggregates Phase 9Pliocene UpperTamiamiinvertebrates-mollusksFL0212http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/theses/available/etd-08072002-110037/unrestricted/etd.pdf27.3625,-82.5195,,AKm74|*
DunnellonMarionFLIn Cullen River MinePleistocenevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Odocoileus(deer)(teeth)FL011429.0489,-82.4611,,AKm73?|*
Marion CountyMarionFLIn area phosphate minesvertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae-Hipparion;;proboscidea-MastodonFL011529.2494,-82.0417,,AJk73?|*
Marion CountyMarionFLIn area quarriesEocene UpperOcala Limestoneinvertebrates(diverse)FL011629.2494,-82.0417,,AJm53?|*
OcalaMarionFL400 meters Nprotists-forams-NummulitesFL011829.1075,-81.6311,,AKm73?|*
OcalaMarionFLFlorida Lime Co pitvertebrates-reptilia-turtles(bones)FL011929.1075,-81.6311,,AKl73?|*
OcalaMarionFLSW part of city quarriesprotists-forams-NummulitesFL012029.1655,-82.1673,,AKm73?|*
OcalaMarionFLarea quarriesinvertebrates-mollusksFL012229.1845,-82.1363,,AKk43?|*
OcalaMarionFLarea quarriesprotists-forams-NummulitesFL012129.1845,-82.1363,,AKk43?|*
OcalaMarionFLon mine dumpsinvertebrates-brachiopodaFL012329.1845,-82.1363,,AKk43?|*
OcalaMarionFLEoceneOcala Limestoneinvertebrates-echinodermsFL011729.1845,-82.1363,,AKk43?|*
ReddickMarionFLFissure and caves. Cited as major site for Rancho LaBrean faunaPleistocenevertebrates-mammals(bones)FL0124Original source says Reddick IA but that's possibly a site designator (I-A) not a state abbreviation29.3664,-82.1975,,AKm73?|*
-Miami-DadeFLPlioceneCaloosahatcheeinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-ArcaFL012625.7894,-80.2249,,AJj14|*
MiamiMiami-DadeFLinvertebrates-bryozoa-SchizoporellaFL012525.7100,-80.3281,,AJj14?|*
-Monroe|VolusiaFLMonroe and Volusia coubties are hundreds of miles apartPleistocenevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae;(deer),(dire_wolves)FL009229.2097,-81.0352,location:Daytona Beach.FL,AGg15|*
Fernandina BeachNassauFLN of JacksonvilleMiocenevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL012830.6521,-81.4344,,AKm71|*
Fernandina BeachNassauFLat Fernandina Beachinvertebrates,vertebrates(marine)(bones)-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL003030.6521,-81.4344,,AKm71|*
Fernandina BeachNassauFLvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth) in float on beachMiocene?vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0237http://www.usatoday.com/travel/destinations/2005-03-28-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-beach_x.htm30.6521,-81.4344,,AKm71|*
Fort DrumOkeechobeeFLAt Ft Drum Crystal Mine--FL441. East on 304th St. 4.4km to quarry entrance --permission required--feePleistoceneNashuainvertebrates-mollusks(abundant);vertebrates(bones)-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0216http://www.gamineral.org/_docs/T&T-Jan-2003.pdf27.5174,-80.7555,,AKm73|*
Fort DrumOkeechobeeFLAt Rucks Pit--permission required--feePleistoceneAnastasiainvertebrates-mollusks(abundant);vertebrates(bones)-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0213http://www.gamineral.org/_docs/T&T-Jan-2003.pdf27.5314,-80.8072,,AKm73|*
Belle GladePalm BeachFLW along US27 to La Belle-Moore Haven in road,canal and pit exposures|Well preserved fossilsPlioceneCaloosahatcheeinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusksFL012926.6815,-80.7354,,AKm73?|*
Belle GladePalm BeachFLalong US27 to and around Moore Haven in pits and road cutsPlioceneCaloosahatcheeinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusksFL013026.6815,-80.7354,,AKm73?|*
South BayPalm BeachFLPit of South Bay Water Plant and in overlying PleistocenePlioceneCaloosahatcheeinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusksFL013126.6876,-80.7621,,AKm73?|*
South BayPalm BeachFLat South Bay Water Plantinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusksFL013226.6876,-80.7621,,AKm73?|*
HudsonPascoFL2 km Ninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium,Panopea,Teredo,Thracia;gastropoda-Cerithium,Cypraea,Lyria,Orthaulax,TurritellaFL013328.3873,-82.6972,,AKm73?|*
HudsonPascoFL3.5 km Ninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium,Panopea,Teredo,Thracia;gastropoda-Cerithium,Cypraea,Lyria,Orthaulax,TurritellaFL013428.3983,-82.6764,,AKm73?|*
New Port RicheyPascoFLFossils along beaches N past Sarasota?FL013527.9556,-82.8259,,AHi23?|*
New Port RicheyPascoFLto S at Bailey's Bluffinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(silicified)FL013628.1985,-82.7785,,AKm73?|*
ZepherhillsPascoFL4 km S in pits on Florida trap Rock Co propertyOligoceneSuwannee Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Chione,Glycymeris,Lima,Modiolus,Teredo;gastropoda-Ampullina,Cerithium,Turritella,(others)FL013728.2013,-82.1923,,AKm73|*
Tarpon SpringsPinellasFL2 km away along Anclote River in Limestoneprotists-forams-NummulitesFL013828.1458,-82.7569,,AKm73?|*
Tarpon SpringsPinellasFLarea exposuresinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(chalcedony)(silicified);(others)FL013928.1458,-82.7569,,AKm73?|*
-PolkFLArea pebble Phosphate deposits|invertebrate casts,vertebratesMioceneBone Valleyinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(silicified);;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)(teeth),selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(marine)(bones)-artiodactyla-camelidae;perissodactyla-equidae(horses),rhinocerotidae-Rhinoceros;;proboscidea-Mammut;;reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Alligator;;turtlesFL0158Ransom,'Fossils in America'27.7735,-81.9196,,AKm74|*
-PolkFLIn area phosphate pits if permission can be securedMioceneBone Valleyvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(bones)FL0222http://www.blackriverfossils.org/TripReports/PolkCounty/tabid/53/pt/1/Filter/88/Default.aspx27.7735,-81.9196,,AKm74|*
-PolkFLMioceneBone Valleyvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-Carcharodon;;;mammals-artiodactyla-Platygonus;carnivora-Agriotherium,Edaphocyon,pinnipedia-phocidae-Monachus;;Plesiogulo,;perissodactyla-equidae-Calippus,Nannippus,Pliohippus,Pseudhipparion;Tapirus;sirenia-MetaxytheriumFL015727.7735,-81.9196,,AKm74|*
Agrico MinePolkFLMioceneBone Valleyvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Hexameryx;perissodactyla-equidae-Nannippus,Neohipparion;;proboscidea-Gomphotherium;sirenia-MetaxytheriumFL014027.8913,-81.9786,,AKm73|*
BartowPolkFLMioceneBone Valley?vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)(denticles)-Myliobatis,Trygon;selachii(sharks)FL014127.8961,-81.8433,,AKm53?|*
Bone ValleyPolkFLin Phosphate pitsMiocene-Pleistocenevertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae(horses)-Hipparion,Merychippus,Nannippus,Neohipparion;;;reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-AlligatorFL014227.7735,-81.9196,,AKm53|*
BrewsterPolkFLMioceneBone Valleyvertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Tomistoma;GavialosuchusFL014327.7525,-81.9797,,AKm53?|*
BrewsterPolkFLMioceneBone Valley?vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-lepisosteidae-Gar(scales);;;mammals-(porpoises),(whales)(bones)FL014427.7525,-81.9797,,AKm53?|*
BrewsterPolkFLMioceneBone Valley?vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-lepisosteidae-Gar(scales);;;mammals-(porpoises),(whales)(bones)FL014527.7525,-81.9797,,AKm53?|*
Fort MeadePolkFLAt Cargill Fertilizer quarry on Peeples RoadvertebratesFL014627.7011,-81.8424,,AKm72|*
Fort MeadePolkFLAt Cargill Phosphate Mine. W 3-4km from FL17 on Rt630 to Peebles Rd on Left. About 5km to mine at end of roadinvertebrates-mollusks;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(bones)(teeth)FL0215http://www.gamineral.org/_docs/1-5mar04.pdf27.7011,-81.8424,,AKm72|*
Fort Meade Phosphate areaPolkFLMioceneHawthorninvertebrates-echinodermsFL014727.7011,-81.8424,,AKm54|*
LakelandPolkFL11 km NEinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(silicified)FL014828.1356,-81.9501,,AKm53?|*
MulberryPolkFLArea phosphate mines. Museum at intersection of FL37 and FL 60MioceneBone Valleyvertebrates(marine)FL014927.8958,-81.9741,,AKm53?|*
MulberryPolkFLIn area phosphate quarriesMioceneBone Valleyinvertebrates(?)(abundant)FL015027.8958,-81.9741,,AKm53?|*
Payne Creek MinePolkFLSame as Agrico Mine?Miocene UpperBone Valley Uppervertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-Myliobatis;selachii(sharks)(teeth)-Carcharodon;;;reptilia-turtles-Geochelone,TrionyxFL015227.6470,-81.8789,,AKm52?|*
Payne Creek MinePolkFLMioceneBone Valleyvertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-AlligatorFL015127.6470,-81.8789,,AKm52?|*
Peace CreekPolkFLIn regional phosphate moundsvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Bison,Odocoileus;cingulata-Dasypodidae(Armadillos),glyptodontidae-Hoplophorus;Pampatherium;perissodactyla-equidae-Equus,Hipparion;Tapirus;proboscidea-ElephasFL0153Pampatherium=Chlamytherium27.9178,-81.8217,,AKm53?|*
Phosphoria MinePolkFLMioceneBone Valleyvertebrates-fish(vertebrae),mammals(non_marine),reptilia-turtlesFL0154Original referenced Ballistes which does not seem to be a valid genus27.7543,-81.8080,,AKm53?|*
WauchulaPolkFLalong riverinvertebrates-mollusksFL015627.5508,-81.7936,,AKm73?|*
Withlacoochee RiverPolkFLClosed?invertebrates-cnidaria-corals;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0217http://www.gamineral.org/_docs/1-16nov06.pdf28.0217,-82.4306,,AKm54|*
-Polk|HillsboroughFLMioceneBone Valleyvertebrates-mammals-carnivora-canidae-Borophagus(Osteoborus)FL016027.7735,-81.9196,,AJk34|*
-Polk|HillsboroughFLMioceneBone Valleyvertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-GavialosuchusFL015927.7735,-81.9196,,AJk34|*
NashuaPutnamFLIn 160cm of Marlinvertebrates-mollusks(shells)(abundant)FL016129.5183,-81.6711,,AKm73|*
St Johns RiverPutnamFL200 meters upstream from Atlantic Coast Line RR bridgePlioceneNashuainvertebrates(?)(abundant)FL016230.4386,-81.5025,,AKm73?|*
Casey KeySarasotaFL9 km S from Sarasota to Osprey then E on Hwy 789 to key. Along beach on offshore in sand http://www.levins.com/dinosaur.shtmlMiocene?vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-CarcharodonFL016327.1497,-82.4808,,AKm73|*
Caspersen BeachSarasotaFLClosed to collectingvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammalsFL016427.0481,-82.4373,,AKm73|*
EnglewoodSarasotaFLOn BeachMiocenevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0231http://www.tampabayfossilclub.com26.9625,-82.3648,,AKm73|*
FruitvilleSarasotaFLShell pit of Macasphalt Co just off I75 at exit 39. Open Saturdays,for small fee as of 1987.|Fossils are large and well preserved|A very large and diverse fauna-900 marine and 100 land speciesMiocene-Pleistoceneinvertebrates(900 species)(marine)-mollusks;vertebrates(marine)(100? species)FL0165http://www.jstor.org/pss/3006877427.3294,-82.4578,,AKm73?|*
ManasotaSarasotaFLOn BeachMiocenevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0232http://www.tampabayfossilclub.com26.9259,-82.3592,,AKm73|*
Manasota BeachSarasotaFLat intercoastal waterwayvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL016626.9259,-82.3592,,AKm73|*
Manasota BeachSarasotaFLoff FL776 on intercoastal waterwayMiocene?vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)(abundant)(small)FL016726.9411,-82.3494,,AKm73|*
Manasota KeySarasotaFLFrom Stump Pass N to Venice along beachMiocenevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL016826.9259,-82.3592,,AKm73|*
SarasotaSarasotaFLin Warren Brother's pit 1.6km E Same as FL0165PleistocenePinecrestinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusks-(biostromes),bivalvia-OstreaFL0169,FL0165Biostromes are calcaerous horizontal or lenticular structures of shell fragments deposited by sedentary lifeforms. Allowed to flood when mining operations ceased in the 1990s. Now Nathan Benderson Park.27.3596,-82.4551,,AKm73?|*
VeniceSarasotaFLAlong beach -- much collecting by Scubavertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(bones)FL0223http://www.blackriverfossils.org/TripReports/SarasotaCounty/tabid/53/pt/1/Filter/89/Default.aspx27.1001,-82.4593,,AKm71|*
VeniceSarasotaFLOn Beach at Park at end of Harbor DriveMiocenevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0230http://www.tampabayfossilclub.com27.0664,-82.4470,,AKm71|*
Venice BeachSarasotaFLVastly reduced chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth) in float due to two cycles of beach reclamation efforts since 2000 which have covered the source bedsMiocenevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0236http://www.usatoday.com/travel/destinations/2005-03-28-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-beach_x.htm27.1001,-82.4593,,AKm71|*
Anastasia IslandSt JohnsFLopposite St Augustine in coquinainvertebrates(shells)(abundant)(coquina)FL017029.8264,-81.2775,,AKm73|*
Florida Coast Line CanalSt JohnsFL51.2km N of St Augustinevertebrates-reptilia-turtles(bones)FL017130.5203,-81.4623,,AJk34?|*
Inland WaterwaySt JohnsFL51.2 km S (N?) of St Augustinevertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae-Equus;;pilosa-Mylodon;proboscidea-Elephas,Mammut;(whales)(bones)FL017230.5203,-81.4623,,AJk34?|*
Jacksonville BeachSt JohnsFLE of FL90 the N on A1A to Beach http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htmvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-Galeocerdo;;;mammals(non_marine)FL017330.2944,-81.3933,,AKm73?|*
Mickler's PointSt JohnsFLaccess to Ponte Vedra BeachMiocenevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0174No Google hits on Mickler's Point,but Mickler's Landing is at Ponte Vedra Beach30.1622,-81.3558,,AKm73?|*
Ponte Vedra BeachSt JohnsFLMiocenevertebrates-fish-(bones),chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)FL017530.1622,-81.3558,,AKm73?|*
Indian RiverSt LucieFLS along Canal banksvertebrates-reptilia-turtles(bones)-Gopherus,Terrapene,TestudoFL017628.5647,-80.8000,,AKm73?|*
St CatherineSumterFLIn St Catherine's Rock Company quarry W of St Catherines and S of RR tracks|mollusk castsEoceneOcala Limestoneinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusksFL017728.6068,-82.1518,,AKm73?|*
St CatherineSumterFLS of RR tracks in quarry|mollusk castsinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusksFL017828.6068,-82.1518,,AKm73?|*
Live OakSuwanneeFL2.5 km N in old Lyle quarryinvertebrates-mollusksFL017930.3230,-82.9813,,AKm73?|*
Suwannee RiverSuwanneeFLIn river near I75?invertebrates-cnidaria-corals;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0218http://www.gamineral.org/_docs/1-16nov06.pdf30.3438,-82.8300,,AKm73?|*
Suwannee Sulphur SpringSuwanneeFLaka White Sulphur Spring?OligoceneSuwannee Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusksFL018030.3311,-82.7638,,AKm72?|*
WacissaSuwanneeFL13-16 km E in road cutsinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Rhyncholampas;;mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium,Tellina;gastropoda-CerithiumFL018130.3285,-83.8519,,AKm73?|*
WacissaSuwanneeFLunder water in Wacissa Creek 2 km S of town http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htminvertebrates-mollusksFL018230.3353,-83.9890,,AKm73?|*
Walker SpringSuwanneeFL400 meters S of RR and 800 meters SE of depot in Hwy cutinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Chlamys,Phacoides,Teredo;gastropoda-CerithiumFL018330.3322,-83.9352,,AKm73?|*
PerryTaylorFL15.5 km SE along Highwayinvertebrates-mollusksFL018430.0204,-83.5304,,AKm73?|*
De Leon SpringsVolusiaFL1 km Sinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Carditamera,Mulinia,Ostrea;gastropoda-CrepidulaFL018529.1085,-81.3459,,AKm73?|*
Orange CityVolusiaFLat Blue SpringsPleistocenevertebrates-mammals-proboscidea-MammutFL018628.9440,-81.3404,,AKm73?|*
St Johns RiverVolusiaFL11 km below Sanford RR bridge on E sidePlioceneinvertebrates(shells)(diverse)FL018728.8260,-81.1206,,AKm73|*
St Johns RiverVolusiaFL8 km below Sanford RR bridge on E sidePlioceneinvertebrates(shells)(diverse)FL018828.8107,-81.1241,,AKm73?|*
ChipleyWaltonFL11 km SW,2 km N of DuncanOligoceneMarianna Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-Pecten;;;;protists-forams-OrbitoidesFL018930.7235,-85.4779,,AKm73?|*
ChipleyWaltonFL4 km SEOligoceneMarianna Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-Pecten;;;;protists-forams-OrbitoidesFL019030.7571,-85.5216,,AKm73?|*
CroomWalton?FLarea phosphate minesinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Cassidulus;;;protists-forams-OrbitoidesFL0201Croom seems to be in Hernando Cy28.5875,-82.2278,,AKm73?|*
Defuniak SpringsWaltonFLoff Country Road 238 W of Alaqua Methodist Church in road cut and creekbeds http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htmMiocenevertebratesFL019130.6689,-86.1568,,AKm73?|*
MariannaWaltonFL11 km SW about 2 km from Kynesville in Limestone bouldersOligoceneMarianna Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-Pecten;;;;protists-forams-OrbitoidesFL019230.7336,-85.3535,,AKm73?|*
MariannaWaltonFLExposures to EOligoceneMarianna Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-Pecten;;;;protists-forams-OrbitoidesFL019330.7762,-85.1703,,AKm73?|*
MariannaWaltonFLin area exposures along Chipola River http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htmPleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusksFL019430.7737,-85.2165,,AKm73?|*
Mossy headWaltonFLShell bed in ravine 300m up creek on N bank of Shoal River 6.4km NMioceneShoal Riverinvertebrates-mollusksFL019530.7899,-86.3404,,AKm73?|*
Natural BridgeWaltonFL400 meters S of bridge near old Turpentine mill clayey Limestone outcropinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-(abundant),pectinidae-PectenFL019630.9842,-86.2103,,AKm73?|*
Natural BridgeWaltonFLnear N line of county in clayey Limestone outcropinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-(abundant),pectinidae-PectenFL019730.9867,-86.2124,,AKm73?|*
Red BayWaltonFL2 km S in bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,Crassatellites,pectinidae-Pecten;;gastropoda-Turritella;scaphopoda-DentaliumFL019830.5677,-85.9334,,AKm73?|*
Red BayWaltonFL2 km SE on W bank of Choctawhatchee River in blue gray marlMioceneinvertebrates-mollusks(200 species)-bivalvia-MuliniaFL019930.5608,-85.8884,,AKm73?|*
Sandy CreekWaltonFLon neighborhood of Country Road 138B and Padgett Road in Creek Bed exposures http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htmMiocenevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(bones)(teeth)FL0200There is a Sandy Creek in Walton County, but no Padgett Rd or County Rd 138(B)30.0947,-85.4167,,AGl63?|*
GreenheadWashingtonFL8 km SE at the 'Deadens'invertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-CancellariaFL020230.4662,-85.6724,,AKm73?|*
Read HeadWashingtonFL2 km W? near Rocky Landing on Choctawhatchee Riverinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Cancellaria,EcphoraFL020330.4856,-85.8683,,AKm72|*
-[?]GAIn belt 10 to 40 km wide across state: fossiliferous outcropsEoceneMcBean?GA013032.8426,-83.3203,,AEe15|*
Center[?]GAMost likely a reference to Centre, Cherokee County,ALCambrianinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-olenellidae-OlenellusGA012534.1513,-85.6776,,AKm73??|*
Oak Grove School[?]GA?22 km East. There is more than one Oak Grove Schhol in Georgia. Assume the one in Acworth at 34.0909, -84.6159Conasaugainvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Coosella,SolenopleurellaGA013134.0993,-84.3558,,AKm74?|*
Rocky Face Mountain[?]GAon Dug Gap Road. This is in Armuchee Ranger district, Chattahoochee-Oconee National ForestOrdovicianinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Hebertella,Hesperorthis,Orthorhynchula,Platystrophia,ZygospiraGA012734.7872,-85.0150,,AKm73|*
Red BluffBakerGA11 km above Bainbridge in soft brownish Limestone in bed of Cooleewahee CreekOligoceneVicksburginvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Cassidulus,Clypeaster,Echinolampas;;mollusks-bivalvia-Amusium,pectinidae-Pecten;;;;protists-forams-Nummulites,Operculina,OrbitoidesGA000130.9888,-84.5504,,AKm73?|*
EuharleeBartowGA2.5 km NWCambrian-OrdovicianKnox Dolomiteinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-SinuopeaGA000234.1447,-84.9331,,AKm73?|*
KingstonBartowGAAt Kingston Saltpeter Cave. Cave is in a Nature Preserveinvertebrates(16 species),vertebrates(148 species)GA0136http://www.gamineral.org/_docs/1-16apr06.pdf34.2369,-84.9442,location:Kingston.GA,AKm73|*
HuberBibbGAAt Huber Kaolin MineEocene Upper (Uintan)Barnwell|Twiggsvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-Myliobatis,pristidae-Propristis;;selachii(sharks)(teeth)-Ginglymostoma,Hemipristis,Lamna,Negaprion,Odontaspis,Scyliorhinus;;;reptilia-squamata-serpentes-PterosphenusGA000332.7042,-83.5564,,AKm73?|*
GirardBurkeGAIn exposures along River Road in agate/chert bedsOligoceneinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-cirripedia(barnacles);;bryozoa,echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusks-bivalvia,gastropoda;;plants-algae-diatomsGA0134http://www.gamineral.org/PFieldT-main.htm | http://www.gamineral.org/_docs/T&TFeb_2003.pdf33.0818,-81.6593,,AKm73|*
Griffin LandingBurkeGAAt Shell Bluff on W side of Savannah River- Classic LocalityEoceneMcBeaninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaGA000833.1881,-82.0358,,AGl63?|*
Shell BluffBurkeGAon Savannah River in 10 meter shell bedEoceneBarnwellinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaGA000433.2258,-81.8236,,AKm73?|*
Shell BluffBurkeGAon Savannah RiverEoceneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaSC000733.2250,-81.8233,,AKm71?|*
Vogtle Power PlantBurkeGAat Vogtle Power Station|Transitional whale - GeorgiacetusEocenevertebrates-mammals-cetacea-GeorgiacetusGA000933.1278,-81.7736,,AKm73?|*
WaynesboroBurkeGA2.5 km below Shell Bluff at Demerie's Ferry in fossiliferous Limestone silicified fossilsinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Endopachys;;;mollusks-bivalvia-VenericardiaGA000533.2121,-81.8076,,AKm73?|*
WaynesboroBurkeGA25 km S on Savannah River at Shell Bluff in sandy marl bedinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaGA0006Shell Bluff is about 25 km ENE of Waynesboro. Bad direction info or different outcrop? Location used is actual Shell Bluff NE of Waynesboro33.2250,-81.8233,,AKm71?|*
WaynesboroBurkeGA26 km below shell bluff at Griffin Landinginvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaGA000733.1141,-81.6974,,AKm73?|*
WaynesboroBurkeGAon S side of Savannah River 11 km E of town of Shell BluffEocene MiddleMcBeaninvertebrates(abundant)(good)GA0010Directions Problemetic33.1746,-81.7769,,AKm73?|*
Kingsland-St Mary's areaCamdenGA?GA012630.7947, -81.6717,,AKm73|*
White OakCamdenGA?GA001133.4986,-82.3980,,AKm73?|*
WoodbineCamdenGA13 km W at Owens Ferry in bed of Satilla River at low tide poorly preservedinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Carditamera,Cardium,pectinidae-PectenGA001230.9694,-81.8083,,AKm73?|*
Cherokee ValleyCatoosaGA4.8km N on E side of Cherokee Ridge - also on US41MississippianSt Genevieve|GasperinvertebratesGA001334.9564,-85.0717,,AKm73?|*
Cherokee ValleyCatoosaGAOn Cherokee Mountain Rd 0.9km N of US41 on White Mountain. -- Between Chattanooga and Lavender shales|plants in phosphatic noduesMississippianChattanooga Shale|Lavender ShaleplantsGA001434.9564,-85.0717,,AKm73?|*
Cherokee ValleyCatoosaGAalong US41MississippianSt Genevieve|GasperinvertebratesGA001534.9104,-85.0948,,AKm73?|*
Cherokee ValleyCatoosaGAon White Mountain on W side of Cherokee Valley 1 km N of US41MississippianFort PayneplantsGA001634.9237,-85.0948,,AKm73?|*
Cherokee ValleyCatoosaGAon hillsides and gullies on both sides of valleyinvertebrates-brachiopoda(abundant)(silicified)-CleiothyridinaGA001734.9564,-85.0717,,AKm73?|*
Rabbit ValleyCatoosaGAarea Limestone exposuresOrdovicianinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Hebertella,Leptaena,Platystrophia,Plectorthis;bryozoa-Petigopora,PrasoporaGA001834.9306,-85.1119,,AKm74|*
RinggoldCatoosaGA1 km W of US41 on Cherokee Valley Rd in green siltstoneplants-pteridophyta-equisetales-ArchaeocalamitesGA002834.9223,-85.0852,,AKm73|*
RinggoldCatoosaGA1.9km E inMississippianLavender Shaleinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;trilobita;brachiopoda,bryozoa,echinodermsGA001934.9090,-85.0955,,AKm73?|*
RinggoldCatoosaGA2 km EMississippianFort Payne Chertinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,bryozoa,echinodermsGA002034.9130,-85.0908,,AKm73?|*
RinggoldCatoosaGA4.8km N on E side of Rabbit Valley in green chert outcropsOrdovicianichnofossils(good)GA002134.9581,-85.0949,,AKm73?|*
RinggoldCatoosaGA5.2 km SE in oolitic LimestoneCarboniferousinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-Platycrinus(plates)GA002234.8738,-85.0819,,AKm73?|*
RinggoldCatoosaGA9.5 km SEinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)GA002334.8403,-85.0486,,AKm73?|*
RinggoldCatoosaGAIn Road cuts on GA151 N of townOrdovicianMurfreesboro|Lenoir LimestoneinvertebratesGA002434.9256,-85.1048,,AKm73?|*
RinggoldCatoosaGAN On GA 1251 (GA151?)Ordovician MiddleMurfreesboro?GA002534.9256,-85.1048,,AKm73?|*
RinggoldCatoosaGAN in roadcuts on GA151OrdovicianinvertebratesGA002634.9256,-85.1048,,AKm73?|*
RinggoldCatoosaGAOn high ridge E of townSilurianClinton|Oriskanyinvertebrates-mollusksGA0142An American Geological Railway Guide P37634.9139,-85.0992,,AKm73?|*
RinggoldCatoosaGAin road cuts on Taylor RidgeSilurianinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,bryozoaGA002734.8832,-85.1086,,AKm73?|*
Isle of HopeChathamGAalong banks of Inland Waterway?GA0029Original says Isle of Hop31.9817,-81.0611,,AKm73?|*
SavannahChathamGABarrow pits along I95 in Savannah area?GA003032.0840,-81.2413,,AKm73?|*
Big BluffChattahoocheeGA40 km below Columbus on Right Bank Note. Might be on Alabama side of riverinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cucullaea,Exogyra,Inoceramus,pectinidae-PectenGA003132.1806,-85.0136,location:Bluff Creek Access Area.AL,AKm73?|*
Chimney BluffChattahoocheeGA35 km below Columbus. Note. Might be on Alabama side of riverCretaceous UpperTombigbee sandinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Aphrodina,Corbicula,Crassatellites,Cucullaea,Cyprimeria,InoceramusGA003232.2118,-84.9772,,AKm73?|*
OchilleeChattahoocheeGA1200 meters SE in shallow cut on seaboard Air Lineinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium,Corbula,Inoceramus,Leda,Legumen,NuculaGA0033Lat Lon is probably not more than a few kilometers off, but it's remarkably unclear exactly where Ochillee, GA is/was.32.3942,-84.8444,,AKm73?|*
OchilleeChattahoocheeGAIn bed of Ochillee Creek - 5 meters exposedCretaceousEutawinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Breviarca,Cucullaea,Glycymeris,Nucula,Ostrea,pectinidae-Pecten;Perna,Trigonarca,;gastropoda-Turritella;;;worms-annelida-SerpulaGA003432.3942,-84.8444,,AKm73?|*
GoreChattoogaGAOn SE flank of Taylor Ridge on US27MississippianFort Payne Chertinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;(others)GA003534.4656,-85.2692,,AKm73?|*
Hall's ValleyChattoogaGAinvertebrates-echinoderms-blastoideaGA0137http://www.gamineral.org/_docs/1-16april07.pdf34.5708,-85.2632,,AKm72|*
SublingaChattoogaGA8 km S on East Armuchee CreekCambrian-OrdovicianKnox dolomiteinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-SinuopeaGA003634.4443,-85.1993,,AKm73|*
Spann FarmCherokee?GAIn Coosa ValleyCambrian Middleinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Asaphiscus,Blainia,Coosia,Elrathia,ElrathiellaGA0129invertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Asaphiscus originally Eterapsis -- location uncertain.34.6873,-85.0041,location:S of Dalton.GA,AKm54?|*
Spann FarmCherokee?GACambrianinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Asaphiscus,Blainia,Coosia,Elrathia,Elrathiella,Glyphaspis,(Steraspis)GA0128invertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Asaphiscus originally Eterapsis;Steraspis originally Sterapsis34.6873,-85.0041,location:S of Dalton.GA,AKm54?|*
CoffingtonClayGA3.5 km Einvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Anomia,Exogyra,Ostrea;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-BaculitesGA003732.0076,-84.9845,,AKm73|*
Fort GainesClayGA1.6km N at old mill on Cemochechobee Creekinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Venericardia;gastropoda-Turritella(turritella mortoni)GA003831.6204,-85.0552,,AKm72|*
Fort GainesClayGA14.5 km N at Narrows of Pataula Creek 3.5 km above Chattahoochee River junctioninvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Cassidulus;;mollusks(diverse);vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;;worms-annelida-SerpulaGA003931.7587,-85.0407,,AKm72|*
Fort GainesClayGA16 km to small store and down dirt road to Chattahoochee River 400 meters above mouth of Pataula CreekCretaceousProvidence Sandinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaGA004031.7587,-85.0407,,AKm73?|*
Fort GainesClayGAon river bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Venericardia;gastropoda-Turritella(turritella mortoni)GA004131.6060,-85.0551,,AKm72|*
LumpkinClayGA6 km N on Lumpkin-Louvale Trailinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Anomia,Exogyra,Gryphaea,Ostrea,Paranomia,pectinidae-Pecten;Pholadomya,;gastropoda-Turritella;(others)GA0042Lumpkin is in Stewart County. Presumably this site might be in Clay County near Lumpkin. 'Tronia' removed--probably a spelling error34.3672,-84.0408,,AKm73?|*
Pataula CreekClayGA7 km belowinvertebrates-mollusks;vertebrates-reptilia-crocodiliaAL001031.6423,-85.0486,,AKm73|*
Pataula CreekClayGAIn Cretaceous Upper Providence sand 16km N of Fort Gaines on GA39. In Chattahoochee River bank accessible by dirt road from store on N bank of Pataula Creek|Classic localityCretaceous UpperProvidenceinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaAL001131.7504,-85.0548,,AKm73|*
Euchee RapidsColumbiaGAat Burdock landing on Chattahoochee River 21 km downstream from Columbusinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Anomia,Breviarca,Cardium,Leda?,Lucina,Ostrea,pectinidae-Pecten;PernaGA004332.3258,-85.0044,,AKm72|*
GrovetownColumbiaGA24 km W of Augusta, 400 meters W of Forestinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-cirripedia-Balanus;;;mollusks-bivalvia-Leda,Modiolus,Nucula,Ostrea;gastropoda-Calyptraea,TurbinellaGA0044There does not seem to be a Forest, GA. Grovetown is about 24km W of Augusta, so its location is used.33.4503,-82.1983,,AKm74?|*
BonaireCrawfordGA400 meters N in RR cutinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cytherea,(Mortonia),pectinidae-Pecten;;gastropoda-Caricella,Turritella;;;plants,vertebrates-mammals-cetacea-archaeoceti-BasilosaurusGA004532.5501,-83.5977,,AKm73?|*
PerryCrawfordGA8.4 km SW of Bonaire in cuts along Perry-Henderson Roadinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Endopachys,Flabellum;;;mollusks-bivalvia-Corbula,Leda,Lucina,Protocardia;gastropoda-TurritellaGA004632.4090,-83.7804,,AKm73?|*
RobertaCrawfordGA8 km SE at Rich Hill in gulliesEoceneJacksoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Lucina,(Mortonia),Ostrea,Panopea,pectinidae-Pecten;Venericardia;gastropoda-Calyptraea,Plejona;;;plantsGA0047Ransom,'Fossils in America'32.7076,-83.9366,,AKm73?|*
Pigeon MountainDadeGAalong GA 143 on mountain slopes|Typical Cincinnatian faunaOrdovicianTrenton|Richmond-GA004934.7242,-83.4789,,AKm73?|*
Pigeon MountainDadeGAalong GA143Devonianinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-coralsGA004834.7242,-83.4789,,AKm73?|*
Rising FawnDadeGAat exit from I95Mississippianinvertebrates-bryozoa-Archimedes;echinoderms-blastoidea(sparse),crinoids(fragments)GA005034.7600,-85.5311,,AKm73?|*
TrentonDadeGAIn road cut on US11invertebrates-cnidaria-corals(horn corals)GA005134.8711,-85.5089,,AKm73?|*
Trenton-DurhamDadeGAon mine dumpsPennsylvanianplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Cordaites;;pteridophyta-Annularia,equisetales-CalamitesGA0052Neither Vandover not Rockdale appear to be valid formation names34.8728,-85.5090,,AKm73|*
BainbridgeDecaturGASE at old Roseland Plantation in gullyinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,Carolia,Mactra,pectinidae-Pecten;Spondylus,Strigilla,Tellina;gastropoda-Bittium,Conus,Crepidula,Crucibulum,Fissuridea,Fulgur,Latirus,Marginella,Mazzalina,Melongena,Murex,Nassa,Natica,Solarium,Turbinella,Turritella;(others)GA0053Roseland plantation was roughly 6.4km S of Bainbridge.30.8669,-84.5734,,AKm73?|*
Marks HeadEffinghamGA2 km NW of Porters Landing on the Savannah RiverMioceneMarks Headinvertebrates(diverse)GA009932.5830,-81.3790,,AKm72|*
Porter's LandingEffinghamGAMiocene,LowerMarks Headinvertebrates(marine),vertebrates(marine)-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)GA0143http://cost.georgiasouthern.edu/geo/segsa.html32.5727,-81.3607,,AKm72|*
GoreFloydGAAlong SE flank of Taylor Ridge inMississippianFort Payne Chertinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-crinoidsGA0054More likely Chattooga County34.4656,-85.2692,,AKm73?|*
LivingstonFloydGAGA100 road cut N of townCambrianConasauga?invertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Armonia(Modocia),AsaphiscusGA005534.2128,-85.3486,,AKm73?|*
LivingstonFloydGAN in road cut on Hwy 100Cambrian Middleinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Armonia,AsaphiscusGA005634.2128,-85.3486,,AKm73?|*
RomeFloydGAIn very fossiliferous Limestone{4}Cambrian MiddleConasaugainvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Acrocephalops,Alokistocare,Coosella,Elrathia,Kootenia,Menomonia,Olenoides;;brachiopoda-ObolusGA005834.2544,-85.1626,,AKm73?|*
RomeFloydGAWestCambrian MiddleConasaugainvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-ElrathiaGA0059Location is near a reported Lower Cambrain deposit 24km W of Rome.33.3250,-84.2983,,AKm73?|*
RomeFloydGACambrian,LowerRome Shaleinvertebrates-mollusksGA0132http://books.google.com/books?id=vQwRAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA467&lpg=PA467&source=web&ots=w37S6Uig8T&sig=WtA_spDIAsyuzuPGUT1Ui4o2JRU&hl=en34.2544,-85.1626,,AKm73?|*
Sunnyside?FloydGA24 km West of Rome in shale{16}Cambrian MiddleConasauga?invertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Elrathia,Ogygopsis?;;brachiopoda-Lingulella,ObolellaGA0057invertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingulella originally Linguella33.3250,-84.2983,,AKm73?|*
GibsonGlascockGA2.5 km N in light gray bedsEoceneClaiborneinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Endopachys,Flabellum;;;mollusks-bivalvia-Cytherea,Lucina,Panopea,pectinidae-Pecten;Pteria,Venericardia;gastropoda-Mazzalina,TurritellaGA006033.2512,-82.5959,,AKm73?|*
BrunswickGlynnGAIn river dredgings at S edge of cityMiocene-Recentinvertebrates-mollusks?(shells)GA006131.1241,-81.4851,,AKm73?|*
Jekyll IslandGlynnGAinvertebrates-mollusksGA006231.0683,-81.4136,,AKm73?|*
Horn MountainGordonGAon along EW road from Sugar ValleyOrdovicianinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Hebertella,Hesperorthis,Orthorhynchula,Platystrophia,ZygospiraGA0063Very approximate location34.5965,-85.04538,,AKm74?|*
-PerryHoustonGAon W side of US4 7km S of US4 GA127 intersection. Assume US4 is really US41Eoceneinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusksGA007532.4003,-83.7845,,AKm72|*
ClinchfieldHoustonGAIn Clinchfield SandsEoceneClinchfieldvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea-pristidae-Pristis(sawfish)(teeth)GA006432.4133,-83.6383,,AKm73?|*
ClinchfieldHoustonGAIn Quarry of Penn Dixie Cement CoEocene UpperOcala Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusksGA006532.4138,-83.6328,,AKm73?|*
ClinchfieldHoustonGAQuarry on E side GA341Eocene UpperOcalainvertebrates-mollusksGA006632.4138,-83.6328,,AKm73?|*
PerryHoustonGA5 km S of GA127 on US41 casts of mollusks and coralsEoceneTwiggsinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusksGA006832.4184,-83.7752,,AKm73?|*
PerryHoustonGA7 km S on at top of Moses Hill on Perry-Elko RoadEoceneClaiborne|Vicksburginvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Endopachys,Flabellum,Turbinolia;;;mollusks-bivalvia?-Corbula,Crassatellites,Cytherea,Glycymeris,Leda,Nucula,Phacoides,Venericardia;gastropoda-Calyptraea,Mesalia,Turritella;scaphopoda-DentaliumGA006932.4184,-83.7752,,AKm73?|*
PerryHoustonGAIn Limestone Quarry on E side of Elko Rd 5 km S casts of mollusks bryozoa,echinoidsEoceneTivolainvertebrates-bryozoa,echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusksGA007032.4139,-83.7754,,AKm73?|*
PerryHoustonGAIn quarryinvertebrates-bryozoa-Idmonea,Lunulites;echinoderms-echinoidea-Clypeaster;;mollusks-bivalvia-(Mortonia),Panopea,pectinidae-Pecten;;;;plantsGA007132.4139,-83.7754,,AKm73?|*
PerryHoustonGAIn roadcut on GA26 3 km W of Elko Rd at Milestone 6 casts of mollusks and coralsOligoceneFlint Riverinvertebrates-mollusksGA007232.3323,-83.7508,,AKm73?|*
PerryHoustonGAIn roadcut on dirt road 400 meters N of County Line Road 7 km E of Elko Rd casts of mollusksOligoceneFlint Riverinvertebrates-mollusks(casts)GA0073The site description makes no sense. Elko Rd is presumably US4132.2929,-83.6966,,AKlm74?|*
PerryHoustonGAon Elko Rd 5-5 km S|casts of mollusks and coralsEoceneTivolainvertebrates(casts)-cnidaria-corals;mollusksGA007432.4316,-83.7635,,AKm73?|*
PerryHoustonGAinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-PeriarchusGA006732.4508,-83.7313,,AKm73?|*
Kittrell'sJohnson?GA3 km W at Ring Jaw Landing on Oconee RiverEoceneJacksoninvertebrates-bryozoa-Lunulites;cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Endopachys,Flabellum,Platytrochus;;;mollusks-bivalvia-Leda,Nucula,Ostrea,pectinidae-Pecten;Protocardia;;;protists-forams-OrbitoidesGA0076Best Guess is that this is really a reference to Ring Jaw Bluff, in Allendale County, SC on the Savannah River. Original also referenced 'Mortoni'. Not clear if Mortonia, Turitella mortoni, Macropneustes mortoni or some other taxon32.9838,-81.4935,,AKm74?|*
RobertsJonesGA2 km E in RR cutinvertebrates(abundant)-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Endopachys;;;mollusks-bivalvia-Corbula,Cytherea,Leda,Lucina,Modiolus,Nucula,Ostrea,pectinidae-Pecten;Trigonarca,Venericardia,Yoldia;gastropoda-Adeorbis,Calyptraea,Chrysodomus,Clavilithes,Cylichna,Fusus,Mazzalina,Natica,Plejona,TurritellaGA0077Roberts Georgia doesn't seem to exist, but there might have been such a place about 15km NE of Macon. Clavilithes originally ClavelithesProfessional paper - United States Geological Survey, Issues 120-121 p7232.9695,-83.5818,,AKm74?|*
ValdostaLowndesGAIn exposures along GA41 both N and S of townMioceneHawthorninvertebratesGA007830.8327,-83.2798,,AKm73?|*
ValdostaLowndesGAalong AL41 N and S of townMiocene MiddleHawthorninvertebratesGA007930.8327,-83.2798,,AKm73?|*
LumpkinLumpkinGAAt Providence Canyon State Park (no collecting)-GA0138http://www.gamineral.org/_docs/7-12mar05.pdf32.0634,-84.9181,,AKm72|*
LumpkinLumpkinGASite was apparently in a road cut that was graded over by new highway construction sometime around 2001Cretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra;gastropoda-Turritella;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)GA0139http://www.gamineral.org/lumpkin.htm32.0491,-84.8000,,AKm74|*
IdealMaconGA2 or 3 km N in RR cut of Atlanta,Birmingham and Atlantic RRCretaceous UpperRipleyinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium,Crassatellites,Cucullaea;gastropoda-Turritella;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-(Corax),Lamna,Otodus;;;reptilia(bones)-squamata-mosasauridae-MosasaurusGA008032.3881,-84.1814,,AKm73?|*
Buena VistaMarionGA8 km NW in highway cut near Kinchafoonee Creek RR bridgeinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Aphrodina,Cardium,Veniella;gastropoda-TurritellaGA008132.3419,-84.5903,,AKm73?|*
ColquittMillerGA2 km W on Spring Creek in flints|casts and molds of mollusksinvertebrates-mollusks(casts)(molds)-bivalvia-Ostrea,pectinidae-Pecten;;gastropoda;;protists-forams-OrbitoidesGA008231.1712,-84.7427,,AKm73?|*
ColquittMillerGA3.5 km N on Long Branch in flints|casts and molds of mollusksinvertebrates-mollusks(casts)(molds)-bivalvia-Ostrea,pectinidae-Pecten;;gastropoda;;protists-forams-OrbitoidesGA008331.2104,-84.7329,,AKm73?|*
BridgeboroMitchellGAQuarry on S side of GA112 between Bridgeboro and LesterOligoceneFlint River-GA008431.3732,-84.0389,,AKm73?|*
LesterMitchellGAIn Penn-Dixie quarry on S side of GA112 between Lester and Bridgeboro. Permission required|casts of mollusksOligoceneFlint Riverinvertebrates-mollusksGA008531.3732,-84.0389,,AKm73?|*
ColumbusMuscogeeGA11 km SE below Cusseta Rd bridgeinvertebrates-mollusks;vertebrates(fragments)GA008632.4009,-84.8931,,AKm73?|*
ColumbusMuscogeeGA17 km downstream along Chattahoochee River in various stream bank exposuresplants-angiosperms-Laurus?(Malpoenna[?]),Phragmites,Salix(willow),sequoioidae-SequoiaGA0087No citations for 'Malpoenna' 05052532.3521,-84.9971,,AKm73?|*
ColumbusMuscogeeGA17 km downstream on Alabama side of Chattahoochee River at Broken Arrow Bend|mollusks are castsCretaceousEutawinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Anomia,Exogyra,Ostrea,pectinidae-Pecten;Perna,;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Placenticeras;;gastropoda-Turritella;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-Lamna,OtodusGA008832.3222,-84.9957,,AKm74|*
ColumbusMuscogeeGA17 km downstream on Georgia side of Chattahoochee River at Broken Arrow Bend along base of 40-50 meter bluffplants-angiosperms-Laurus?(Malpoenna),Phragmites,Salix(willow),sequoioidae-SequoiaGA008932.3222,-84.9957,,AKm74|*
ColumbusMuscogeeGAalong Steam Mill Rd on W-facing slope of Tiger CreekCretaceousEutawinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium,Corbula,Cymbophora,Nucula,Perna;gastropoda-AnchuraGA009032.4433,-84.8899,,AKm73?|*
Van WertPolkGA1300 meters SSW in Cenozoic beds interstratified with Paleozoic rocksCenozoicinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-polygyrinidaeGA009133.7262,-84.9640,,AKm73?|*
HawkinsvillePulaskiGA5 km up Ocmulgee RiverEocene UpperOcmulgee Limestoneinvertebrates-bryozoa-Lunulites;cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Endopachys,Flabellum,Sphenotrochus;;;mollusks-bivalvia-Amusium,Leda,VenericardiaGA0092Can't identify a Taylor's Bluff Formation. Taylor's bluff is in Ocmulgee Limestone32.3264,-83.4643,,AKm72?|*
EufaulaQuitmanGA8 km SE at Milepost 139 on Central of Georgia RRinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium,Crassatellites,pectinidae-Pecten;;gastropoda-Anchura,PugnellusGA0093This is likely more properly 'Georgetown,GA'. Eufaula is on the Alabama side of the River31.8926,-85.1063,,AKm73|*
HatcherQuitmanGANW in RR cutsEoceneinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Dendrophyllia;;;mollusks-bivalvia-Cytherea,VenericardiaGA009431.7883,-85.0368,,AKm73?|*
McBeanRichmondGA35 km S of Augusta along McBean Creek above Savannah RiverEoceneMcBeaninvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Endopachys;;;mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,Bornia,Corbula,