US And Canadian Fossil Sites -- Data for ALABAMA

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LocationCountyState/ProvinceDirections,NotesAgeFormationFossilsSite IDCommentsReferenceLat-Long|Spare1Spare2Spare3
Black Belt(?)ALThe Alabama Museum of Natural history stages occasional collecting trips in Cretaceous beds. Reservations required. Fee.Kuinvertebrates,vertebratesAL0400LatLon is arbitrary. Actual sites could be pretty much anywhere on Southern Alabamahttps://www.al.com/news/2021/08/hunting-80-million-year-old-shark-teeth-in-alabamas-black-belt.html?outputType=amp32.7165,-87.7947,,AKm75|,
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,,AKm73|$*
PrattvilleAutaugaALKEutawinvertebrates(shells)AL000332.4264,-86.4458,,AKm73|$*
Gulf ShoresBaldwinALShark teeth found along high tide line and also in the water at the mid level of a small drop-offMIvertebrates-fish(shark teeth)AL0402https://gulfshoresresortmotel.com/sharks-teeth-hunting.html30.2444,-87.7027,,AKm73|,
Alexanders LandingBarbourAL13 km below Eufaulainvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-decapoda(crabs)(claws);;mollusks;vertebrates-fish(teeth)AL000431.7789,-85.1406,,AKm73|$*AL0005
Alexanders LandingBarbourAL4 km below in 8 meters of echinoid bearing rocksinvertebrates-echinoderms,mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium,OstreaAL000531.7789,-85.1406,,AKm73|$*AL0004
ClaytonBarbourALarea limestonesinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL000631.8781,-85.4497,,AKm73|$*
EufaulaBarbourALIn right bank of Chattahoochee River opposite mouth of Burstahatchee(?) Creekinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-decapoda(crabs)(fragments);;echinoderms-echinoidea-Hemiaster,Porosoma;;mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium,Exogyra,Gryphaea,Inoceramus,Ostrea,pectinidae-Pecten;Veniella;gastropoda-TurritellaAL0007Unable to identify 'Burstahatchee' Creek. Site may be in Georgia as the original citation is for Eufaula,Barbour County,Georgia. Eufaula and Barbour County are on the Alabama side of the River,but the river/lake are only about a kilometer wide. Porosoma originally Coptosoma31.8911,-85.1456,,AHh44?|$*
EufaulaBarbourALIn river bluff below bridgeinvertebrates(diverse)-cnidaria-corals;echinoderms,mollusks;wormsAL0008site may well be on Georgia side of the Chattahoochee River31.8916,-85.1349,,AKm73?|$*
EufaulaBarbourALin roadcuts on AL97 8.5-9km NW of US431KRipleyinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)(teeth)-pristidae(sawfish)(teeth)AL000931.9803,-85.1545,,AKm73|$*
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 LineKEutawvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)(occasional)AL025732.0007,-85.1156,,AHh44|$*AL0258
Lakeport Resort SPBarbourALIn road cut at US431 AL165{13}KEutawvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)(sparse)AL025832.0007,-85.1156,,AKm72|$*AL0257
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,,AKm73|*$
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,,AKm72|$*AL0014
Soapstone CreekBarbourALjust above mouth on Chattahoochee River between Upper and Lower Roods Bendinvertebrates-mollusks;vertebrates-reptilia-(coprolites),crocodilia(teeth),(saurians)(bones),squamata-mosasauridae-Mosasaurus;;turtles(fragments)-TaphrosphysAL001432.3644,-86.8978,,AKm72|$*AL0013
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,,AKm73|$*AL0015
Wool Ridge Landing(?)BarbourALon Chattahoochee Riverinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL001532.0431,-85.0611,,AKm73|$*AL0016
BrierfieldBibbALalong Mahan CreekCuBrierfield dolomiteplants-algae-CryptozoonAL002133.0389,-86.9089,,AKm73|$*
CentrevilleBibbAL8 km NE at N end of high knob by Cahaba River Ordovician graptolitesOinvertebrates-graptolites-ClimacograptusAL002232.9902,-87.1353,,AKm73|$*
MontevalloBibbALalong Spring CreekCuBrierfield dolomite?AL002333.1055,-86.8383,,AKm73|$*
MontevalloBibbALin shales in road cut on West side of AL25 between Montevallo and I65invertebrates-graptolitesAL002433.0933,-86.7961,,AKm72?|$*
Pratts FerryBibbALinvertebrates-graptolitesOTrentoninvertebrates-graptolites-Dicellograptus,Dicranograptus,DiplograptusAL0346invertebrates-graptolites of New York, Part 2 By Rudolf Ruedemann Google Books33.0186,-87.075,,AKm73|$*AL0025?
Pratts FerryBibbALOAthens Shaleinvertebrates-graptolites-Dicellograptus,Diplograptus,Glossograptus,NemagraptusAL002533.0186,-87.075,,AKm73|$*AL0346?
SixmileBibbAL3 km NE along Sixmile Creek{4}Clinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Amecephalus,Dolichometopus,Dorypyge,ZacanthoidesAL002633.0241,-86.9722,,AKm73|$*
BangorBlountALIn Bangor Quarries in lower argillaceous Limestone beds 300 meters S of BangorM?invertebrates-echinoderms-blastoideaAL0028Originally 'Blount Springs'33.9728,-86.7595,,AGl63?|$*
Blount SpringsBlountAL400 meters W of RR station in St Louis LimestoneM?invertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-LithostrotionAL002733.9311,-86.7989,,AKm72?|$*AL0029
Blount SpringsBlountALIn area quarriesM?invertebrates-echinoderms-blastoideaAL002933.9311,-86.7942,,AGl63?|$*AL0027
Cold Spring GapBlountAL3 km W on Colvin Mt inSClintoninvertebrates-brachiopoda-AnoplothecaAL003934.2323,-86.4702,,AKm73|$*
Fossil MountainBlountALFossil Mountain Trail, Rickwood Caverns State Park, Near Hayden. Leaf and marine invertebrate impressions-AL0361www.alapark.com/rickwood-caverns-state-park?33.8762,-86.8542,,AKm73|$*
Murphrees ValleyBlountALCConasauga Limestoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda-DicellomusAL003033.9844,-86.4164,,AKm73|$*
Oneonta(HortonMill)BlountALParking lot at Horton Mill Covered Brige off AL75invertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsAL0390personal communication Roy Webber34.0081,-86.4483,,AKm72?|,
Oneonta(PalisadesPark)BlountALLower(West) dirt parking lot at the bottom of the hill near family camping site at Palisades Park. County Park, 1225 Palisades Parkway. Surface collecting is reported to be tolerated in the park. Crinoids are in small areas of bare ground a few tens of meters WSW of D.S.LLoyd Bldginvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsAL0391personal communication Roy Webber33.9883,-86.4596,,AKm72?|,
Swansea-InlandBlountAL4 km W in Chickamauga Limestoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Hebertella,RafinesquinaAL003133.8513,-86.5984,,AKm73?|$*
Village SpringsBlountAL5 km SE atop Hayes Mountain inSRed Mountaininvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)AL003233.7318,-86.5944,,AKm73|$*
HurtsboroBullockAL3.5 km SW in Central of Georgia RR cutinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL003332.2277,-85.4423,,AKm73?|$*
Union SpringsBullockALOn US82 from city limits to US7-mollusk castsKCussetainvertebrates-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,AKm73?|$*
MontereyButlerALalong Road to Snow Hill - Lower Tertiary outcrops on hilltopsTl?AL0035Snow Hill is about 10km NW of Monterey, but there doesn't seem to be a direct road31.9033,-86.8819,location:Monterey-AL,AKm73|$*
Mussell CreekButlerALOn a dirt road at Lowndes-Butler County line at AL-263K-EPPrairie Bluff,Claytoninvertebrates(marine)(abundant)AL0354http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf31.9688,-86.7128,,AHm72|$*
-Butler|WilcoxALIn White Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-Hercoglossa,NautilusAL0036invertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-Hercoglossa originally Enclimatoceras34.7783,-86.4783,,AHh44|$*AL0037
-Butler|WilcoxALIn White Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-Hercoglossa,NautilusAL0037invertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-Hercoglossa originally Enclimatoceras34.7783,-86.4783,,AHh44|$*AL0036
AllsupCalhounAL4 km NWCuinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Cedaria;;echinoderms-blastoideaAL0038There seems to be no Allsup(or Alsup) in Alabama? The LatLon is in TN. Retained in hopes of some future insight35.2202,-86.8419,,AGl15?|$*
Anniston(AMNH)CalhounALAnniston Museum of Natural History, 800 Museum Dr, Anniston, AL 36206, (256) 237-6766. Displays. Admission FeeAL0369,AL0398https://www.exploreamag.org33.6964,-85.8200,,AKm72|,
DukeCalhounALon high knob halfway to Reads (Reads Mill)invertebrates-brachiopoda-RhynchotremaAL004033.8691,-85.9026,,AKm73?|$*AL0042
Frog MountainCalhounALand NE into Cherokee County,ALDuinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-coralsAL004134.0061,-85.5669,,AHh44|*$AL0042
Frog Mountain?CalhounALon high knob halfway to Reads (Reads Mill?)invertebrates-brachiopoda-RhynchotremaAL0042Probably a garbled version of AL0040?34.0061,-85.5669,,AGl15?|*$AL0040,AL0041
JacksonvilleCalhounALfossil molds filled with exotic minerals,e.g. strengite,cacoxeniteSFort Payne Chert-AL004333.8136,-85.7614,,AKm73|$*
PiedmontCalhounAL6.4 km WDinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsAL004433.9219,-85.6731,,AKm73|$*
Spring GapCalhounALIn Colvin Mountain in red shalesinvertebrates-brachiopoda-RhynchotremaAL0045aka Rock Spring Gap/Connonball Gap33.9444,-85.7947,,AKm73|$*
Sulphur SpringsCalhounALIn massive quartziteinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)AL004633.5975,-87.4483,,AKm73|$*AL0047
Sulphur SpringsCalhounALNE,in mountainsinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)AL004733.5975,-87.4483,,AKm73|$*AL0046
-Cherokee?AL{4,15}CConasaugainvertebrates-cnidaria(jellyfish)-Brooksella;echinoderms-(Starfish?)AL010134.1522,-85.6779,Location:Centre.AL,AHh44?|*$AL0053?,AL0054,AL0055?,GA0125?
Cedar BluffCherokeeALIn area exposures of Cambrian Conasauga Limestone in Coosa Valley-well preserved fossils{4}CConasaugainvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Crepicephalus,Norwoodia,Olenoides,Pseudagnostus,Tricrepicephalus;;brachiopoda-DicellomusAL004934.2200,-85.6078,,AKm73|*$AL0048,AL0050,AL0051,AL0052,AL0337
Cedar BluffCherokeeALIn shales and limestonesClConasaugainvertebrates-mollusksAL0337http://books.google.com/books?id=vQwRAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA467&lpg=PA467&source=web&ots=w37S6Uig8T&sig=WtA_spDIAsyuzuPGUT1Ui4o2JRU&hl=en34.2200,-85.6078,,AKm73|*$AL0048,AL0049,AL0050,AL0051,AL0052
Cedar BluffCherokeeALalong riverCConasaugainvertebrates(abundant)-arthropoda-trilobita-agnostida-Agnostus;TricrepicephalusAL005034.2200,-85.6078,,AKm73|*$AL0048,AL0049,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 siteCConasaugainvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-agnostida-AgnostusAL005134.2200,-85.6078,,AKm73|*$AL0048,AL0049,AL0050,AL0052,AL0337
Cedar BluffCherokeeALin outcrops along riverCuinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-agnostida,TricrepicephalusAL005234.2200,-85.6078,,AKm73|*$AL0048,AL0049,AL0050,AL0051,AL0337
Cedar BluffCherokeeALCConasauga?invertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-TricrepicephalusAL004834.2200,-85.6078,,AKm73|*$AL0049,AL0050,AL0051,AL0052,AL0337
CentreCherokeeALIn flint nodules in tilled fields{4}CConasaugainvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Asaphiscus;;porifera(sponges)AL005334.1524,-85.6789,,AKm73|*$AL0054,AL0101?,GA0125
CentreCherokeeALin fieldsinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;porifera(sponges)AL005434.1524,-85.6789,,AKm73|*$AL0053?,AL0101,GA0125
Mt Calvalry ChurchCherokeeALS32T6R11E Near state border and 1 km SW. 1.5km SE of Mt Cavalry Church-fossiliferous iron ore-AL005634.4735,-85.5042,S32T6SR11EHU,AKm73|$*
PineyCherokeeAL{18}CConasaugainvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-OlenoidesAL005534.1524,-85.6298,,AKm73?|*$AL0101
Weiss LakeCherokee?ALIn roadcuts along I-59O-Dichnofossils,invertebratesAL005734.3094,-85.8554,,AKm73?|$*
JemisonChiltonALIn Devonian Jemison chert abundant poorly preserved fossilsDJemisoninvertebrates-brachiopoda-Delthyris,Meristella,spiriferida-Spirifer;strophomenoidea;cnidaria-corals-tabulata-Favosites;;;mollusks-cephalopoda-orthocerida-OrthocerasAL005832.9597,-86.7467,,AKm73|$*
BarrytownChoctawAL10 km NNE at Barryton(?) Mill 4 km N on Okatuppa CreekEClaiborne-AL0060'Barrytown' (which no longer exists) locations make sense only if Barrytown was several kilometers S of Barrytown Rd and Barrytown Cemetery31.9294,-88.2312,,AHh44?|$*
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,,AKm73?|$*
BarrytownChoctawAL6 km NE at Barryton(?) Mill in all banks of Okatuppa Creek upstream of the mill - in white Limestone or yellow sand?AL0062'Barrytown' (which no longer exists) locations make sense only if Barrytown was several kilometers S of Barrytown Rd and Barrytown Cemetery31.8623,-88.2771,,AKm73?|*$AL0063
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,,AKm73?|$*AL0062
BirminghamChoctawAL11 km N in Copper Ridge DolomiteCuCopper Ridgeinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Melanopsis;;;plants-algae-CryptozoonAL006433.6409,-86.8263,,AKm73|$*
Bladon SpringsChoctawAL1.5km S Along St Stephens Rd in S29t8r2?AL006731.7162,-88.1938,S29t8r2,AKm73|$*
Bladon SpringsChoctawAL25 km W in greenish sands below white Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Corbula;gastropoda-CrepidulaAL006531.7258,-88.4372,,AKm73?|$*
Bladon SpringsChoctawALAlong Millry road in Buhrstone and Claiborne Formation outcropsEClaiborne?AL0066Bladon Springs is in Choctaw County,but the site could well be in Washington County31.6978,-88.2635,,AKm73?|$*
Bladon SpringsChoctawALto N on hill above Souwilpa Creek in yellow sandsinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL006831.7577,-88.1870,,AKm73|$*
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,,AKm73|$*
GilbertownChoctawAL32km E of Shubuta,MS -- Ref is to Shubuta,Gilbertown looks to be the nearest town to the purported localityMIJacksonvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Cylindracanthus;chondrichthyes-batoidea-Myliobatis;selachii(sharks)-Carcharhinus,Carcharodon,Isurus,OdontaspisAL007031.8769,-88.3214,,AGl83|$*
Grove HillChoctawALin white Limestoneplants(amber)AL007131.7086,-87.7772,,AKm73|$*
HatchetigbeeChoctawALfossils like those at Butler(???)-AL007231.6819,-88.0964,,AKm73|$*
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?,AHh44?|$*
IsneyChoctawALW to MS line in area outcrops of fossiliferous white Limestone?AL030431.7884,-88.3289,Location:Old Isney Rd.Silas.AL,AHm73?|$*
OkatuppaChoctawALS7T11NR4W wkm WSW Ostrea in gray calcareous sand outcropping N(?) of creek?AL007631.9377,-88.4220, S7T11NR4WSSPMAL,AKm72?|$*
RescuevilleChoctawAL in white Limestoneplants(amber)AL007431.6992,-88.2653,,AKm73|*$
SuggsvilleChoctawAL in white Limestoneplants(amber)AL007531.5894,-87.6931,,AKm73|$*
Allen's CreekClarkeALinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,gastropodaAL007731.8472,-87.7417,Location:Allen Branch.AL,AHh44|$*
Bashi CreekClarkeALfossils similar to those at Wood's Bluffinvertebrates-mollusksAL007831.9564,-88.0728,,AKm73|$*
CampbellClarkeALRoad cuts N+S on AL-69 near Bashi Creek and Tallahatta CreekBashi,Tallahatta-AL0356http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf31.9233,-87.9810,,AKm73|$*
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,,AKm72|$*
Clarkesville(?)ClarkeAL5km E S23T9NR2E in Greensand in creek bottomEClaiborne-AL0079Original says 'Old Clarkeville',Most likely this is the modern Clarkesville31.7312,-87.8394,S23T9NR2EPMAL,AKm72?|$*AL0080
Clarkesville(?)ClarkeAL5km E S23T9NR2E in White Limestone on hillsidesEClaibornevertebrates-mammals-cetacea-archaeoceti-Zeuglodon(bones)AL0080Original says 'Old Clarkeville',Most likely this is the modern Clarkesville31.7312,-87.8394, S23T9NR2EPMAL,AKm72?|$*AL0079
Coffeeville LandingClarkeAL2 km E in Limey Clay on hills above Satilpa Creek Zeuglodon(bones)E?Claiborneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,Corbula,Nucula,Ostrea,pectinidae-Pecten;VenericardiaAL008131.7519,-88.0388,,AKm73|$*AL0088
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,,AKm73|$*
Gosport LandingClarkeALClaiborne beds a few km upstreamE?Claiborne?AL008231.5559,-87.5627,,AKm73?|$*
Gosport LandingClarkeALat Rattlesnake bluff downstream on Alabama RiverE?Claiborne-AL008331.5076,-87.6168,,AKm73?|*$
JacksonClarkeALalong Little Stave Creek. Large exposureEClaiborneinvertebrates,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,,AKm73?|*$AL0086,AL0087
JacksonClarkeALat lower salt works t5nr2e good Lisbon fossils on hillside mollusks. PLSS Loc is only precise to about 4km. It is centered on Limestone Creek about 15km S of Jackson which does indeed seem to be close to the location of the Confederacy's 'Lower Salt Works' at a salt spring (near Oven Bluff?) '11 miles' S of Jacksoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Astarte,Neaera,Pholadomya,SolenAL008531.3969,-87.8577,t5nr2eSS?,AGl73|$*
JacksonClarkeALon Little Stave Creek at outskirts of townEinvertebratesAL008631.5526,-87.9189,,AKm73?|*$AL0084,AL0087
JacksonClarkeALon outskirts of town along Little Stave CreekEinvertebrates(?)(abundant)AL008731.5526,-87.9189,,AKm73?|*$AL0084,AL0086
Richmond BranchClarkeALS of Jackson on CR15OLGlendon,Mariannainvertebrates(marine)AL0348http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf31.4585,-87.8750,,AKm73|$*
Salt MountainClarkeALEPinvertebrates(marine)AL0349http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf31.4464,-87.8723,,AKm73|$*
Satilpa CreekClarkeALinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,gastropodaAL008831.7519,-88.0388,,AKm73|$*AL0081
Stave CreekClarkeALIn sands at creek level in S8t7nr2e-s9t7nr2e 5km NW of JacksonE?Claiborne-AL008931.5737,-87.9041, S8t7nr2e-s9t7nr2ePMAL,AKm72|$*AL0090
Stave CreekClarkeALS18t7r2e 5km WNW of Jacksoninvertebrates-mollusksAL009031.5737,-87.9041, S18t7r2ePMAL,AKm72|$*AL0089
Sunny SouthClarkeAL11 km S on Rock House Creek-well preserved mollusks similar to Wood's BluffHatchetigbeeinvertebrates-mollusksAL0091No Rockhouse Creek found in this area. There is a Rockhouse Creek 200km N of Sunny South in the Jasper,AL area31.9647,-87.6400,,AKm73?|$*
ThomasvilleClarkeALIn limestones. Probably refers to Thomasville, York County, PA (39.9288,-76.8503)ClVintageincertidae-SalterellaAL0345http://earth.geology.yale.edu/~ajs/1973/ajs_273A_11.pdf/252.pdf31.9172,-87.7358,,AGl15?|$*
Woods BluffClarkeALIn 2 beds in Hatchetigbee FormationEmHatchetigbeeinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Corbula,Neaera,Venericardia;gastropoda-Fusus,Pisania,Ranella,Trophon,TurritellaAL009231.9356,-88.0617,,AGl82|$*
ErinClayALE of town at base of main range of Talladega Mountain-in slates and lensesDplants-lycopodiophyta-LepidodendronAL009433.4253,-85.8302,,AKm73|$*
Foster BendCleburne|CherokeeALon Coosa RiverConasaugainvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-agnostida-Baltagnostus;Alokistocare,PeronopsisAL0095Google indicates that Foster Bend might be in Cleburne or Cherokee County34.1107,-85.8403,,AHh44?|$*
-ColbertALIn area limestone quarriesinvertebrates-(shells)(large)(isolated)AL0342http://quarriesandbeyond.org/states/al/alabama_photo.html34.7317,-87.7018,location:Tuscumbia.AL,AHh44|$*
AllsboroColbertAL6 km Sinvertebrates-brachiopodaAL009634.6942,-88.1103,,AKm73|$*
AlsobrookColbertALinvertebrates-brachiopoda-ReticulariaAL009734.7167,-88.1106,,AKm73|$*
Barton(AL247)ColbertALroadcuts on both sides of AL247MuBangorinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita(fragments);brachiopoda,bryozoa-Archimedes,Fenestella;corals,echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;;mollusks-gastropoda;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AL0364101 American Fossil Sites-Dickas34.5886,-87.9408,,AKm72|,
Fox TrapColbertALRoadcut on side of a small hill,NW1/4SE1/4Sec31T5SR10W. Erosional outlier of Bangor LimestoneMuBangor Limestoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa-Archimedes;echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;crinoids;mollusks-bivalvia,gastropodaAL009834.5739,-87.6231,,AKo92?|$*
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,,AKm74?|$*
Mountain Mills FactoryColbertALIn SE1/4s15T4r13w in Limestone outcrop -- original says Limestone Countyinvertebrates-bryozoa-ArchimedesAL017734.7083,-87.8866, SE1/4s15T4r13w,AKm72|$*
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,AKm72|$*
Prides's StationColbertALin outcrops to S sw1/4s35t5r12w Assuming that T5 is T5S, this is around 34.7422 87.8545. Original says Limestone Countyinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(cyathophylloid);echinoderms-blastoidea-PentremitesAL018034.7422,-87.8545, sw1/4s35t5r12w,AKm72|$*
SheffieldColbertAL6 km W at Keller Quarryinvertebrates-echinoderms-blastoidea-MesoblastusAL009934.7364,-87.7499,,AKm72|$*AL0100
SheffieldColbertALinvertebrates-echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;crinoids-BatocrinusAL010034.7364,-87.7499,,AKm72?|$*AL0099
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,AKm73?|$*
AndalusiaCovingtonALNW In bone bed in banks of Conecuh River, just behind the Point A Dam site at low water level and in gravel beds in streamETallahattavertebrates-fish(spines)(vertebrae)-actinopterygii-sciaenidae(drum_fish);chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)(plates)(stingers),selachii(sharks)(teeth);;reptilia-crocodilia(teeth),squamata-serpentes(snakes)(vertebrae);turtles(shells)AL0338http://www.gamineral.org/point-a-dam.html31.3611,-86.5191,,AKm72|$*AL0102
AndalusiaCovingtonALjust below Point-A dam on Conecuh RiverEvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;reptilia-squamata-serpentes(snakes)(vertebrae)AL010231.3611,-86.5191,,AKm72|$*AL0338
DanielsvilleCrenshawALOn AL13[AL31?] below Coolspring Baptist Church. There are several Coolsprings in Alabama -- none near AL13. This one is near AL31 and seems the least unlikelyKBlufftowninvertebrates-mollusksAL025431.9219,-86.4040,,AGl15?|$*
CarlowvilleDallasALAt bridge over Snake Creek on Carlowville-Snow Hill RoadKRipleyinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL010332.0869,-87.0342,,AKm73|$*
HarrellDallasAL1.6km EKSelmavertebrates-reptilia-turtles-BothremysAL0104Harrell is at 32.443,-87.216 at junction of US80 and CR4532.4443,-87.1952,,AKm73|$*
SelmaDallasALAlong W bank of Valley Creek beneath 'Jefferson Ave' bridge (Most likely now J L Chestnut Jr Blvd)Ku-AL010532.4159,-87.0388,,AKm72|$*AL0106
SelmaDallasALCretaceous Upper (marine) fossils in Mooreville chalk beds beneath the 'Jefferson Davis Avenue' (Most likely now J L Chestnut Jr Blvd) over Valley CreekKMooreville?AL010632.4159,-87.0388,,AKm72|$*AL0105
SelmaDallasALin bluffs along Alabama River. Exposures of Selma Group Chalks. Often abundant Cretaceous Marine FossilsKuSelmainvertebrates( 19 taxa),vertebrates-aves(birds-very uncommon),fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(13 taxa);(teleosts)(21 taxa),reptilia-chelonia(11 turtle taxa);plesiosauria(2 taxa),squamata-reptilia-squamata-mosasauridae(10 taxa);;crocodilia(2 taxa),pterosauria(very uncommon),dinosauria(very uncommon)AL0379Cretaceous Stratigraphy and Paleontology of West-Central Alabama: A Guidebook32.3926,-87.0630,,AKm73|,
Selma(HarrellStn)DallasALArea exposures on private parcels S of US80 and W of Cahaba River. Gully exposures of fossiliferous Cretaceous rock with diverse fossils. Permission requiredKuMoorevilleichnofossils,invertebrates(abundant),vertebrates-aves(birds)(very uncommon),fish,reptilia-dinosauria(uncommon),chelonia(turtles),reptilia-squamata-mosasauridaeAL0389https://collections.museums.ua.edu/harrellstation/32.4195,-87.1942,,AKm73?|,
Selma(HarrellStnPaleoSite)DallasALHarrell Station Paleontological Site. A 140 acre (or so) parcel owned by the University of Alabama containing extensive gully exposures of fossiliferous Cretaceous rock with diverse fossils. Accessible only for serious research or occasionally for supervised visits. Collecting is apparently sometimes allowed during supervised visits. Probably near NW1/4S29T17NR9E. Reported to be extrordinarily hot in SummerKuMoorevilleichnofossils,invertebrates(abundant),vertebrates-aves(birds)(very uncommon),fish,reptilia-dinosauria(uncommon),chelonia(turtles),squamata-mosasauridaeAL0388https://collections.museums.ua.edu/harrellstation/32.4195,-87.1942,,AKm73?|,
BirminghamDeKalbALAt Red MountainORed Mountaininvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-CryptolithusAL010733.4445,-86.8608,,AGm73?|$*
CollinsvilleDeKalbAL2 km N in Ordovician beds above ferruginous SandstoneOinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Dinorthis,Platystrophia,Rhynchotrema;;plants-algae-SolenoporaAL010834.2796,-85.8544,,AGl83|$*
Fort PayneDeKalbALinvertebrates-mollusksAL0340http://www.gamineral.org/fossil_field_trips.htm34.4442,-85.7197,,AHh44|$*
Wills ValleyDeKalbALNE1/4SE1/4s4t5r10e crinoids(columnals) in clay at Montague Mines Location not too clear. possibly around 1km NW of Collinsville at 34.2690 85.8877invertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids(columnals)AL0109Note the similarity to AL0115. Possibly one of them is a garbled version of the other34.2690,-85.8877, NE1/4SE1/4s4t5r10e,AKm73?|$*
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,AKm73?|$*
Wills ValleyDeKalbALSE1/4NE1/4S17T7R8E,SE1/4sw1/4s9T7R8E Possibly around 3km SW of Collinsville at 34.2547,-85.8956-crinoidal limestone Limestoneinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsAL011134.2547,-85.8956,SE1/4NE1/4S17T7R8E/SE1/4sw1/4s9T7R8EPMAL,AKm73?|$*
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,AHh44|$*
WetumpkaElmoreAL2 km SE {12}KEutawichnofossils-burrows_invertebrate-OphiomorphaAL011332.5254,-86.1872,,AKm73|$*
WetumpkaElmoreAL2 km to 4 km SE-Fossil casts and molds in scattered outcrops and blocks of marl (11)KMooreville-AL011432.5212,-86.1766,,AKm73|$*
Conecuh RiverEscambiaALOn clay mound 6.5km S of McGowan Bridge on US29OL-MIvertebratesAL0359Miomap31.1409,-86.8070,,AJm72|$*
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,,AKm73?|$*
AttallaEtowahALOn W bank of Wills Creek in SW1/4NE1/4S4T12R5E. WSW of first sharp bend in Mountain NW of Attalla,fossils in thick flaggy Sandstone. This would seem to be close to AL0115. 34.0297,-86.1102. The PLSS location is several km distant, 2km SSE of Attala around 34.0065 86.0754??AL011634.0065,-86.0754, SW1/4NE1/4S4T12R5E,AKm73?|$*
Colvin MountainEtowahALover 23 to 40sq km area in SE corner of county in shaleinvertebrates-brachiopoda,echinoderms-crinoidsAL011733.9486,-85.8086,,AHh44|$*
CrudupEtowahAL1 km N in talusinvertebrates-brachiopoda-RhipidomellaAL011834.1019,-86.0100,,AKm73|$*
Walnut GroveEtowahAL10 km SW in Manganese oreinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-LithostrotionAL011934.0125,-86.3893,,AKm73|$*
Wills ValleyEtowahALNW side for 20 to 30 km and around head of Greasy Cove. 100m of Upper Silurian strataSinvertebrates-brachiopoda,graptolitesAL012034.0460,-86.1658,,AKm73|$*
Belgreen(N-CedarCrkRes)FranklinALNear the boat landing at Cedar Creek ReservoirMinvertebrates?,vertebrata-fish-(shark teeth)AL0394Personal communication-Roy Webber-25oct202034.5189,-87.8896,,AKm72?|,
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,,AHm73?|$*
Little Bear Creek ReservoirFranklinALIn limestone. Questionable location, Google Maps labelled loc, but no visible reservoir thereMuBangor limestonevertebrates-fish-ArcuodusAL036334.4543,-87.4756,,Akm73|,
RussellvilleFranklinALSW1/4SW1/4S35t6r12w Fossiliferous limestones 1.6km S of Number 6 Lake 34.510344, -87.728248 -- 34.4855 87.6695-well preserved fossilsinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;crinoids(columnals)AL012234.4805,-87.6623,SW1/4SW1/4S35t6r12wPMAL,AKm72|$*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,AKm73|$*
RussellvilleFranklinALalong Allen Factory Road Fossiliferous limestones-well preserved fossilsinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals-rugosa(horn_corals)-Zaphrentis;;;echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;crinoids(columnals)AL0124Location set on W T Allen Highway between Muscle Shoals and Russellville34.6247,-87.6517,,AGl73?|$*
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,AKm72|$*AL0122
Elton P.O.GenevaALon Flat Creek toward Martha at Early's Bridge in Limestoneinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Scutella;;mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-PectenAL0333The Elton P.O. was apparently NW of Samson,AL at or near Pera (which is also extinct)31.1385,-86.0913,,AKm73|$*
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,,AHh44?|$*
Aliceville(ShrkToothCrkCmpgrnd)GreeneALShark teeth and other fossils at Shark Tooth Creek Campsite. Fee, Reservations Rqd?Kvertebrates-fish(shark teeth)AL0401https://sharktoothcreek.com33.0276,-88.1155,,AKm73|,
Choctaw BluffGreeneALIn rotten LimestoneKinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;;;vertebrates(marine)-reptilia-squamata-mosasauridae;turtlesAL012831.3601,-87.7678,,AKm73|$*AL0127
Choctaw BluffGreeneALinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-TeredoAL012731.3601,-87.7678,,AKm73|$*AL0128
ClintonGreeneAL2.5km se of Route 14 (N32 54' / W87 59') at Trussels CreekKEutawvertebrates-aves(birds),fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-Archaeolamna,ScapanorhynchusAL0129latlon seems several km closer to AL14 than description. If nothing at latlon, try area to SE32.9000,-87.9833,,AKm73?|$*
ClintonGreeneALCretolamna from area gullies in Mooreville ChalkKuMoorevillevertebrata-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-CretolamnaAL0372A new species of Cretalamna sensu stricto(Lamniformes, Otodontidae) from the Late Cretaceous (Santonian-Campanian) of Alabama,USA-Ebersole1,Ehret32.9138,-87.9923,,AKm73|,
Clinton(TrusselsCrk)GreeneALAt unspecified location on Trussel's Creek, probably material found on SandbarsKuplants-(petrified wood),vertebrates-reptilia-chelonia(turtles);-fish-Squatina, Cretolamna,Ptychodus,Trionychidae,Meristodonoides,Enchodus,Squalicorax,Scapanorhynchus,DeinosuchusAL0373AlMNH32.9137,-87.9909,,AKm74|,
Black Warrior River(ErieBluff)HaleALAt Erie Bluff on Black Warrior River, Very large Pycnodonte in Arcola LS member of the Ku Mooreville ChalkKuMoorevilleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Pycnodonte(very large)AL0380Cretaceous Stratigraphy and Paleontology of West-Central Alabama: A Guidebook32.7165,-87.7947,,AKm73|,
Dry CreekHaleALVarious references to Dry Creek/Dry Creek Point Bar/A.F.Caly Property -- Seems to be a mix of Pleistocene and Cretaceous fossils. Probably from gravel beds in creek. There may be several Dry Creek's blended together here. Lat lon is arbitrary loc on a Dry CreekK,PE?vertebrates-fish-Palaeolama,Cretoxyrhina,Ptychodus,Scapanorhynchus;mammalia-Tapirus,Equus,Bison,Mammut;Reptilia-cheloniaAL0374AlMNH32.7868,-87.7547,,AKm74?|,
GreensboroHaleALin thin local outcrops of very fossiliferous material such as drainage ditchesKTombigbee Sandinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AL0336paleolist-12/16/2007 08:01 PM32.7044,-87.5958,,AKm73|$*
Warrior RiverHaleALat Erie BluffKEutawinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL0130Hale county once called Greene County. Erie was at R2ET2032.7165,-87.7947,,AKm72|$*
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,,AKm72?|$*
Big Coon CreekJacksonALAlong the foot of the Mountaininvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-ZaphrentisAL013234.8606,-85.9058,,AKm73|$*
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,AKm73?|$*
Big Coon CreekJacksonALAt Cedar Bluff on W bank in se1/4sw1/4 s15t2r8w PLSS location might be in Allison Hollow about 2km SSW of New Hope Churchinvertebrates-graptolitesAL013434.8633,-85.9845,se1/4sw1/4s15t2r8e,AKm73?|$*
Big Coon CreekJacksonALN1/2S11t2r6e about 1km NE of New Hope Church?AL013534.8854,-85.9636,N1/2S11t2r6e,AKm73|$*
Caperton FerryJacksonAL11 km E(?) on E side of river near center of S18t3r8e in a bluff of cherty gray Limestone. The PLSS location works out to 34.8660 85.8332, but that would be in downtown Stevenson, AL, so it's probably wrong. There is a large bluff a few hundred meters NW of the latlon. Try thereinvertebrates-graptolitesAL013734.8660,-85.8332,S18t3r8e,AKm73?|$*
Caperton FerryJacksonALAlong road leading outward in S28t2r8e toward Stevenson in blue-gray Limestoneinvertebrates-graptolitesAL013834.8356,-85.8036,S28t2r8e,AKm73?|$*AL0136
Caperton FerryJacksonAL?AL013634.8356,-85.8036,,AHh44|$*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,,AKm73?|$*
StevensonJacksonALAlong line of faulting from Stevenson to state lineinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;crinoidsAL014034.9208,-85.7854,,AHh44?|$*
StevensonJacksonALIn area RR cutsinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;crinoidsAL014134.8681,-85.8350,,AKm73|$*
ArgoJeffersonAL4 km SW on Cedar Mountain,in Chickamauga Limestoneinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda-IsochilinaAL014233.6632,-86.5271,,AKm73?|$*
BessemerJeffersonAL6 km SW silicifiedinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-QuebecocerasAL014333.3776,-86.9904,,AKm73?|$*
BessemerJeffersonALIn area coal pits,Shale slabs with plantsPottsville Shaleplants-lycopodiophyta-Lepidodendron,Stigmaria;pteridophyta-equisetales-CalamitesAL014433.4017,-86.9544,,AHh44|$*AL0148
BessemerJeffersonALS In strip mine along AL31PNplants-gymnospermopsida-Sigillaria;lycopodiophyta-Lepidodendron;pteridophyta-equisetales-CalamitesAL014533.2170,-86.8126,,AKm73?|*$AL0146,AL0147
BessemerJeffersonALS fossiliferous iron ore seamsinvertebrates-mollusksAL0341http://quarriesandbeyond.org/states/al/alabama_photo.html33.3707,-86.9506,,AHh44?|$*
BessemerJeffersonALS in abandoned strip mine adjacent to Hwy 31?AL014633.2170,-86.8126,,AKm73?|*$AL0145,AL0147
BessemerJeffersonALS in strip mine along AL31PNplants-gymnospermopsida-Sigillaria;lycopodiophyta-Lepidodendron;pteridophyta-equisetales-Calamites;(ferns)AL014733.2170,-86.8126,,AKm73?|*$AL0145,AL0146
BessemerJeffersonALin area coal minesCRplants(good)AL014833.4017,-86.9544,,AHh44|$*AL0144
BirminghamJeffersonAL14th St and 14th Ave So,Lingula to 2.5cminvertebrates-brachiopoda-LingulaAL014933.5271,-86.8224,,AKm73|$*
BirminghamJeffersonAL30 km NE at base of Foster Mountain,Lingula to 2.5cminvertebrates-brachiopoda-LingulaAL015133.7092,-86.6192,,AKn73|*$AL0152,AL0156
BirminghamJeffersonALIn ravine between Foster and Black Oak Mountains,Lingula to 2.5cminvertebrates-brachiopoda-LingulaAL015233.7077,-86.6212,,AHm72|*$AL0151,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 areaKBlufftowninvertebrates-mollusksAL025633.5216,-86.8464,,AGl54?|$*
Birmingham(McWaneSciCtr)JeffersonALMcWane Science Center,200 19th St N,Birmingham, AL 35203, Several dinosaur skeletons. Admission fee. Research collectionsAL0367,AL0396https://www.mcwane.org/33.5149,-86.8084,,AKm72|,
Birmingham(SE19)JeffersonAL19 km SE silicifiedinvertebrates-mollusks?-ScenellaAL015033.3523,-86.6423,,AHh44|$*
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,AKm72?|$*
ChalkvilleJeffersonAL1 km W in Cambrian Upper Copper Ridge DolomiteCuCopper Ridgeinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;mollusks-gastropoda,ScenellaAL015433.6545,-86.6580,,AKm73|$*
ChepultepecJeffersonAL700 meters W-gastropod castsinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-HelicotomaAL015533.9066,-86.5000,,AKm73|$*
ClayJeffersonAL2 km NW in shale at base of Ordovician Chickamauga Limestone at W base of Foster MountainOChickamaugainvertebrates-brachiopoda-LingulaAL015633.7092,-86.6192,,AKn73|*$AL0151,AL0152
Gate CityJeffersonAL1 km N in quarryinvertebrates-bryozoa,cnidaria-corals-tabulata-TetradiumAL015733.5467,-86.7162,,AKm73|$*
Old JonesboroJeffersonAL4 km SE in Cambrian Upper Copper Ridge dolomiteCuCopper Ridgeinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-QuebecocerasAL015833.3670,-86.9534,,AKm73|$*
WarriorJeffersonALIn Black Creek Coal bedsPNBlack Creek_ALplants(good)-gymnospermopsida-NeuropterisAL015933.8134,-86.8236,,AKm73|$*
Blue Water CreekLauderdaleALAt crossing of Florence and Athens Road Fossiliferous cherty Limestone?AL016034.8578,-87.4157,,AKm73|$*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,AKm72?|$*AL0160
Gravelly SpringsLauderdaleALinvertebrates-brachiopoda-spiriferida-SpiriferAL016234.8837,-87.8906,,AKm73?|$*
LexingtonLauderdaleALCRFort Payneinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Cleiothyridina;echinoderms-crinoids(columnals)AL016334.9692,-87.3711,,AKm73|$*
PruittonLauderdaleAL5 km SW at Mount Tabor School - in mid-Devonian LimestoneDminvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita(occasional);brachiopoda(abundant)-spiriferida-SpiriferAL0164Pruitton appears to be extinct. USGS topo maps show it to be on a more or less empty stretch of dirt road at 34.9904N,-87.6095W. There is a Pruitton Rd in Tennessee that probably leads to this area34.9833,-87.6502,,AKm73|$*
Big Nance CreekLawrenceALS23t5r8w in shaley flagstone (original said Bib Nancy Creek)invertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa-Archimedes;echinoderms-crinoidsAL016534.5950,-87.3363,S23t5r8w,AKm73|$*
CourtlandLawrenceAL6 km SE on Moulton Road Chester ageinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-ZaphrentisAL016634.6307,-87.2730,,AKm73|$*
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,AKm73?|$*
MoultonLawrenceAL0.8 km NW at Goodlight Pool QuarryMGasper Limestoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-blastoidea(large)-PentremitesAL016934.4999,-87.3034,location:Goodlett Pools.AL,AKm73?|*$AL0168,AL0170
MoultonLawrenceAL1 km N at Goodlight Pool QuarryMinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-blastoidea-PentremitesAL017034.4999,-87.3034,location:Goodlett Pools.AL,AKm73?|*$AL0168,AL0169
MoultonLawrenceAL1 km NW at Goodlight Pool QuarryMGasperinvertebrates(diverse)-echinoderms-blastoidea-PentremitesAL016834.4999,-87.3034,location:Goodlett Pools.AL,AKm73?|*$AL0169,AL0170
Mount HopeLawrenceALIn area exposures of black waxy soilinvertebrates-echinoderms-blastoidea-PentremitesAL017134.4583,-87.4817,,AKm73|$*
Town Creek(ENE5)LawrenceALW in nw1/4t5r9w on sides of knolls in Limestone Probably around 34.7136 87.4844 5km ENE of the town of Town Creekinvertebrates-brachiopoda,echinoderms-crinoidsAL017334.7136,-87.4844, nw1/4t5r9w,AKm73|$*
Town Creek(SE)LawrenceALS 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,AKm73?|$*
Tuscumbia(SE-AL157)LawrenceALSE in roadcuts on AL157Minvertebrates?AL0393Personal communication-Roy Webber-25oct202034.6991,-87.6376,,AKm73|,
AthensLimestoneALIn carboniferous rocksinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)AL017434.8028,-86.9717,,AKm73|$*
Cave BranchLimestoneALEClaiborne?AL0217Originally Monroe County. Perhaps there are two Cave Branches in Alabama?34.9924,-86.9703,,AKm73?|$*
LagrangeLimestoneALIn area road cutsplants-lycopodiophyta-Lepidodendron,Stigmaria;pteridophyta-equisetales-CalamitesAL017634.6572,-87.5628,,AKm73|$*
Prides's Station(S)LimestoneALin outcrops to S on little Mountaininvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(cyathophylloid);echinoderms-blastoidea-PentremitesAL017834.7329,-87.8169,location:Pride Station Landing.AL,AHh44|$*
BraggsLowndesALIn a series of roadcuts to SE on AL263, 1.2kmSE, 9km SE,11km SEK-EPRipley,Prairie Bluff,Claytoninvertebrates(?)(abundant)AL0353http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf32.0223,-86.7656,,AKm73|$*AL0183
BraggsLowndesALOvergrown roadcuts along Alabama Highway 263 south of Braggs in Lowndes County K-T boundaryKu-EPPrairie Bluff,Clayton?invertebratesAL0378Fossils Cretaceous Stratigraphy and Paleontology of West-Central Alabama: A Guidebook32.0449,-86.8011,,AKm73?|,
BraggsLowndesALin roadcuts on AL263 for 5km S from junction with AL21-mollusksKRipleyinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea(rare);mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra,Flemingostrea,Ostrea;cephalopoda-ammonoideaAL018332.0343,-86.7803,,AKm73|$*AL0353
DemopolisMadisonALIn road cuts near Webb+Sons Warehouseinvertebrates-brachiopoda-terebratulida-Terebratulina;;;protists-foramsAL0184lat lon is downtown Demopolis32.5175,-87.8364,,AKm73|$*
Half AcreMadisonAL3 km SE on County 17 in Nanafalia Formation in roadcutinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL018532.1751,-87.8941,,AKm73|$*
HuntsvilleMadisonALE in road cuts inMSt Genevieve Limestoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Pustula;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Cystelasma;;;echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;crinoids-PlatycrinusAL019334.7367,-86.5319,,AKm73?|$*AL0192
HuntsvilleMadisonALIn roadcuts near top of Monte Sano Mountain on AL431Minvertebrates(abundant)-brachiopoda,echinoderms-blastoidea,crinoids(fragments)AL0194US431 runs N-S through downtown Huntsville, several km W of Mt Sano34.7367,-86.5319,,AKm73|$*
HuntsvilleMadisonALMChestervertebrates-fish(teeth)-chondrichthyes-chimaera-Polyrhizodus;selachii-holocephali-SandalodusAL018634.7456,-86.5678,,AHh44|$*
HuntsvilleMadisonALMMaxvillevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-holocephali-SandalodusAL018734.7456,-86.5678,,AHh44|$*
Huntsville(Mt Sano)MadisonALAlong Monte Sano State Park Rd 1 km from WHBS-FM Radio Tower. In massive Limestoneinvertebrates-echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites;crinoids(fragments),echinoidea(fragments)AL019134.7367,-86.5319,,AKm73|$*
Huntsville(Mt Sano)MadisonALAt Mt Sano in road cut along US431 on W side of Mountain inMGasperinvertebrates-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,,AKm73?|$*AL0193
Huntsville(N6)MadisonAL6 km Ninvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-PlatycrinusAL019034.7842,-86.6360,,AKm73|$*
Huntsville(S18)MadisonAL18 km S Platycrinusinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-PlatycrinusAL018934.6100,-86.5565,,AKm73|$*
Huntsville(W15)MadisonAL15 km W on lower slopes of Rainbow Mountain - fossiliferous St Genevieve Limestone?AL018834.7342,-86.7275,,AKm72|$*
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,,AHh44?|$*
Madison CountyMadisonALIn Chattanooga shale 4 km W of Plevnainvertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingula,spiriferida-Spirifer;;conodonts,echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)AL019634.9615,-86.4648,,AKm73|$*
Madison CountyMadisonALIn fossiliferous Tuscumbia Limestone In Valley on E side of County between Tennessee state line and Owens Crossroads,in Red residual soilsMTuscumbiainvertebrates-brachiopoda-Reticularia,spiriferida-Spirifer;;bryozoa(fragments)-fenestellida-Fenestella;;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Lithostrotion;;;echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)AL019734.9085,-86.4514,,AHh44|$*
Madison CountyMadisonALIn fossiliferous Tuscumbia Limestone In a 6 by 20 km region between Brier Fork Creek and Flint River,in Red residual soilsMTuscumbiainvertebrates-brachiopoda-Reticularia,spiriferida-Spirifer;;bryozoa(fragments)-fenestellida-Fenestella;;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Lithostrotion;;;echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)AL019834.6554,-86.8592,,AKm73?|$*
Madison CountyMadisonALIn fossiliferous Tuscumbia Limestone On W side of county W of Tennessee River and South of Brier Fork Creek,in Red residual soilsMTuscumbiainvertebrates-brachiopoda-Reticularia,spiriferida-Spirifer;;bryozoa(fragments)-fenestellida-Fenestella;;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-Lithostrotion;;;echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)AL019934.5784,-86.7604,,AHh43?|$*
New HopeMadisonAL2 km NE on SE Flank of Hill Mt in road cut inBangor Limestoneinvertebrates(abundant)-brachiopoda-Composita,spiriferida-Spirifer;;bryozoa-Archimedes,fenestellida-Fenestella;Prismopora;echinoderms-blastoidea-PentremitesAL020334.5493,-86.3850,,AKm73|$*
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,,AHm72|$*
New Market(W8-Flint River)MadisonAL8 km W along Flint River inDmChattanooga Shaleinvertebrates-conodontsAL020534.9225,-86.5191,,AKm73|$*
New Market(W8-Sulfur Springs)MadisonAL8 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,,AKm73?|$*
Ready CrossroadsMadisonALalong Flint River and tributaries in grey,while,greenish limestoneSFort Payne Chertinvertebrates-brachiopoda-spiriferida-Spirifer;;echinoderms-crinoids(columnals)AL020934.9328,-86.7292,,AHh44|$*
-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 JeffersonKRipleyinvertebrates(marine)?AL021232.2477,-87.7698,location:nr Linden:AL,AHh44|$*
DemopolisMarengoALIn River Bluff Ku Demopolis Chalk. Abundant,diverse fossils in upper and lower parts of the formationKuDemopolisinvertebrates(abundant,diverse)AL0381Cretaceous Stratigraphy and Paleontology of West-Central Alabama: A Guidebook32.5142,-87.8537,,AKm73|,
DemopolisMarengoALIn area exposures. Ku Blufftown member of Demopolis Chalk. Difficult to collect when wet due to high clay contentKuDemopolisinvertebratesAL0383Fossils Cretaceous Stratigraphy and Paleontology of West-Central Alabama: A Guidebook32.5141,-87.8537,,AKm73|,
FaunsdaleMarengoALIn area exposures. Ku Blufftown member of Demopolis Chalk. Difficult to collect when wet due to high clay contentKuDemopolisinvertebratesAL0384Fossils Cretaceous Stratigraphy and Paleontology of West-Central Alabama: A Guidebook32.4604,-87.5901,,AKm73|,
JeffersonMarengoALNW in Hwy 28 road cutsK-EPPrairie Bluff,Porters Creek,Claytoninvertebrates(marine)AL0357http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf32.385,-87.9166,,AKm73|$*
Jefferson(AL28)MarengoALClassic locality in long,overgrown, roadcut on the south side of Alabama Highway 28 at mile marker 33, 2.1km west of AL28-Marengo21 junction in Jefferson. GSA Locality 51 (NE1/4-SE1/4border/S6T16NR2E). Exposes KT contact as a discontinuous sandstone (please leave that alone)Ku-EPRipley,Prairie Bluff,Claytonichnofossils-Entobia,Thalassinoides,Cylindrichnus;invertebrates-brachiopoda-Terebratulina;bryozoa,cnidaria-corals-scleractinia;;mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea,Pycnodonte,Exogyra,Gryphaeostrea,Agerostrea,Anomia,Paranomia(abundant),Plicatula;gastropoda-Striaticostatum;cephalopoda-Discoscaphites(uncommon),Eutrephoceras,ammonoidea-(baculitidae);;porifera-(sponges);;worms-annelida(serpulids)AL0376Fossils Cretaceous Stratigraphy and Paleontology of West-Central Alabama: A Guidebook32.391,-87.9222,NE1/4-SE1/4S6T16NR2E,AKm73|,
MagnoliaMarengoALon County 30 near crest of hill W of Goose Creek-well preserved fossilsinvertebrates-mollusks;plantsAL020132.1358,-87.6372,,AKm73|$*
Magnolia(S2)MarengoAL1.5 km S of County 30 between Shiloh and Magnolia sw1/4s9t13nr4e 3km SSW of Magnolia (Marengo County)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL020032.0996,-87.6766,sw1/4s9t13nr4e,AKm73|$*
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 invertebratesK-T?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,AHh44|$*
Nanafalia LandingMarengoALon Tombigbee RiverEClaiborne?invertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda(27 species);;mollusks(16 species)-bivalvia-Cardium;;;protists-forams(39 species)AL020232.1458,-88.0194,,AKm72|$*
OctagonMarengoAL14 km NW(? Co Rd 30 is SE of Octagon) in road cuts on County 30E?Porters Creekinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusks-bivalvia-Venericardia;gastropoda-Calyptraphorus,Volutocorbis;;;protists-forams;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);(otoliths)AL020732.1358,-87.6414,,AKm73?|$*
Old Spring HillMarengoALIn road cut on US43. Mollusks inKDemopolis chalkinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Diploschiza,ExogyraAL020832.4355,-87.7844,,AKm73|$*
ThomastonMarengoALNE,in glauconitic sand at base of Clayton Formation-phosphatic nodules,reworked Cretaceous fossilsE?Claytoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra,(others)AL021032.2572,-87.6264,location:Thomaston:AL,AKm73|$*
Hamilton?MarionALOn AL13 4km SE of AL29 junction. AL29=US43?KBlufftowninvertebrates-mollusksAL025334.1095,-87.9394,,AKm73?|$*
Paint Rock River(S3)MarshallAL3 km Sinvertebrates-echinoderms-blastoidea-Pentremites(several species)AL021334.6413,-86.3199,location:Paint Rock.AL.3kmS,AHh44?|$*
-MonroeALYellow sands with Ostrea - Across the county and S and West through MS,LA,TXinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL023831.5153,-87.4539,location:Frisco City.AL,AEg15|$*
-MonroeALYellow sands with Ostrea - s12t7nr7e PLSS location is dubiousinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea?AL023931.5889,-87.4210, s12t7nr7e,AKm72?|$*
-MonroeALYellow sands with Ostrea - s19t7nr9e through s30t7nr9e PLSS locations are dubiousinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL024031.5513,-87.2023,s19t7nr9e,AKm72?|$*
-MonroeALYellow sands with Ostrea - s25t7nr8e,s34t7nr8e dubious PLSS locationinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL024131.5374,-87.2254,s25t7nr8e-s34t7nr8e,AKm72?|$*
-MonroeALEClaiborne?AL023631.5668,-87.3605,,AKm73?|$*
Bells LandingMonroeALAlong Alabama Riverinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Martesia,pholadidae-Pholas;;gastropoda(large)-Bulbifusus,PseudolivaAL021431.7967,-87.4217,,AKm73|$*AL0215
Bells LandingMonroeALIn bluffEClaiborneinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Turritella,(others)AL021531.7967,-87.4217,,AKm73|$*AL0214
BethelMonroeAL1 km S of ButlerEClaiborne?AL021632.0818,-88.2209,,AKm73?|$*
ClaiborneMonroeALEocene Claiborne Formation 43 meters thick. Complete section exposed in Claiborne Bluff plus Lisbon Bluff. Black clay at baseEClaiborneinvertebrates(150 species)-mollusks-bivalvia-Crassatella,Cytherea,Ostrea,Pectunculus;gastropoda-Ancillaria,Crepidula,Melongena,Rostellaria,Turbinella,Turritella,VolutaAL022331.5456,-87.5149,,AKm72|*$AL0218,AL0219,AL0220,AL0221,AL0224,AL0335
ClaiborneMonroeALwell preserved mollusksEClaiborneinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Trochocyathus;;;mollusks-gastropoda-Bulla,Calyptraphorus,Cerithium,Crepidula,Emarginula,Fasciolaria,Volutomorpha;scaphopoda-DentaliumAL022131.5456,-87.5149,,AKm72?|*$AL0218,AL0219,AL0220,AL0223,AL0224,AL0335
ClaiborneMonroeALEClaiborneinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Echinocyamus;;mollusks-bivalvia-Erycina,Hindsiella,Lucina;scaphopoda-DentaliumAL022031.5456,-87.5149,,AKm72|*$AL0218,AL0219,AL0221,AL0223,AL0224,AL0335
ClaiborneMonroeALinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Endopachys;;;mollusks-bivalvia-Codakia;gastropoda-SinumAL021831.5456,-87.5149,,AKn72|*$AL0219,AL0220,AL0221,AL0223,AL0224,AL0335
ClaiborneMonroeALinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-LirodiscusAL021931.5456,-87.5149,,AKn72|*$AL0218,AL0220,AL0221,AL0223,AL0224,AL0335
Claiborne BluffMonroeALUnder US-84 Bridge and on road to boat landingEYazoo,Moodys Branchinvertebrates(?)(abundant)AL0335http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf31.5456,-87.5149,,AKn72|*$AL0218,AL0219,AL0220,AL0221,AL0223,AL0224
Claiborne BluffMonroeALon beds at baseEClaiborneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,Astarte,TrigonocoeliaAL022431.5456,-87.5149,,AKn72|*$AL0218,AL0219,AL0220,AL0221,AL0223,AL0335
Claiborne(N8)MonroeAL8 km N on top of a high Limestone hill-bivalve castsEClaiborneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalviaAL022231.6750,-87.5480,,AGl73?|$*
Franklin(ARHM)MonroeALAlabama River Heritage Museum. Apparently contains artifacts, some fossils, etc from Monroe County. No Home Page? Located near Clairborne Lock on Alabama River?AL0370,AL039931.6148,-87.5519,,AKm73?|,
Gregg's LandingMonroeALnear Wilcox County Line, exposure reported now to be under waterEPGreggs Landinginvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(3 taxa);mollusks(24 taxa)-bivalvia-pholadidae-Pholas;;gastropoda-Fasciolaria,FususAL0322http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf31.8153,-87.4865,location:arbitrary,AHh44?|$*
Hendrick's Marl BedMonroeALLocated an unknown distance S of ButlerEClaiborne?AL0225Butler is in Choctaw County. See 'Turnbull' AL0228 as wellhttp://www.archive.org/stream/bulletinsofameri3111518991902pale/bulletinsofameri3111518991902pale_djvu.txt32.0913,-88.2216,location:Butler.AL,AHh44?|*$AL0227,AL0228,AL0229,AL0230,AL0231,AL0232
MonroevilleMonroeALS25T7NR8E,S34T7NR8E,S19T7NR9E,S39T7NR9E,S12T7NR7E in yellow sands PLSS locations are dubious. Some of them are illegal. Best guess is this refers to the hilly area N of Monroeville and North to Limestone CreekEClaiborne?AL023731.5373,-87.3045,S25T7NR8E,AKm73?|$*
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,ALEWoods 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,,AKm73?|*$AL0225,AL0228,AL0229,AL0230,AL0231,AL0232,AL0233,AL0234
TurnbullMonroeALIn Woods Bluff Group Bethel Woods Bluff[Bashi]-Turritella in bed 3-4 meters thickEWoods Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaAL0228There is (or was) a Turnbull, AL. There is no sign of a terrain feature or quarry in the vicinity that might expose several fossil beds31.7147,-87.1319,,AKm73?|*$AL0225,AL0227,AL0229,AL0230,AL0231,AL0232,AL0233,AL0234
TurnbullMonroeALIn Woods Bluff Group Cave Branch Woods Bluff[Bashi]-Turritella in bed 3-4 meters thickEWoods 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,,AKm73?|*$AL0225,AL0227,AL0228,AL0230,AL0231,AL0232,AL0233,AL0234
TurnbullMonroeALIn Woods Bluff Group Choctaw Corner Woods Bluff[Bashi]-Turritella in bed 3-4 meters thickEWoods Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaAL0230There is (or was) a Turnbull, AL. There is no sign of a terrain feature or quarry in the vicinity that might expose several fossil beds31.7147,-87.1319,,AKm73?|*$AL0225,AL0227,AL0228,AL0229,AL0231,AL0232,AL0233,AL0234
TurnbullMonroeALIn Woods Bluff Group Hendrick's Marl Bed Woods Bluff[Bashi]-Turritella in bed 3-4 meters thickEWoods 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,,AKm73?|*$AL0225,AL0227,AL0228,AL0229,AL0230,AL0232,AL0233,AL0234
TurnbullMonroeALIn Woods Bluff Group Knight's Branch Woods Bluff[Bashi]-Turritella in bed 3-4 meters thickEWoods Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaAL0232There is (or was) a Turnbull, AL. There is no sign of a terrain feature or quarry in the vicinity that might expose several fossil beds31.7147,-87.1319,,AKm73?|*$AL0225,AL0227,AL0228,AL0229,AL0230,AL0231,AL0233,AL0234
TurnbullMonroeALIn Woods Bluff Group W to MS line Woods Bluff[Bashi]-Turritella in bed 3-4 meters thickEWoods 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,,AKm73?|*$AL0227,AL0228,AL0229,AL0230,AL0231,AL0232,AL0234
TurnbullMonroeALIn Woods Bluff Group Wood's Bluff Woods Bluff[Bashi]-Turritella in bed 3-4 meters thickEWoods Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaAL0234There is (or was) a Turnbull, AL. There is no sign of a terrain feature or quarry in the vicinity that might expose several fossil beds31.7147,-87.1319,,AKm73?|*$AL0227,AL0228,AL0229,AL0230,AL0231,AL0232,AL0233
Woods BluffMonroeALEClaiborne?AL023531.936,-88.062,,AHm73|$*
Catoma Creek FallsMontgomeryALN of Montgomery Airport at falls on Catoma Creek. Can't identify exact location. Fossils in creek bed. May need to wade creek to access. Late Coniacian-Early Santonian stages 86MAKuinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea;bivalvia-(oysters);vertebrata-fish-(shark teeth),reptilia-squamata-mosasauridae(teeth)AL0395Personal communication-Roy Webber-25oct202032.3366,-86.3877,,AKm73|,
-MorganALIn power line right of way at NW1/4S2T6SR4W(34.6277 86.9248 2km WNW of interchange between Wheeler Highway and I65)MuTuscumbiavertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii-CtenacanthusAL024534.6277,-86.9248,NW1/4S2T6SR4W,AKm72|$*
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,AKm72|$*
Breeding CemetaryMorganALS15t6r2w S10t6r2w in a NE trending Limestone (34.5231 86.7067 800m S of Breeding Mountain neat Breeding Cemetary)vertebrates-fish(skeletons)AL024234.5231,-86.7067, S15t6r2w/S10t6r2w,AKm72|$*
Valhermosa SpringsMorganALse1/4se1/4s19t6r1w Fossiliferous Limestone (34.4979 86.6691 1.2km ESE of Vilhermosa Springs)?AL024434.4979,-86.6691, se1/4se1/4s19t6r1w,AGn72|$*
HamburgPerryALKEutawinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-GryphaeaAL024632.5278,-87.2864,,AKn73|$*
UniontownPerryALIn area exposures. Ku Blufftown member of Demopolis Chalk. Difficult to collect when wet due to high clay content Ku FossilsKuDemopolisinvertebratesAL0385Cretaceous Stratigraphy and Paleontology of West-Central Alabama: A Guidebook32.4472,-87.5156,,AKm73|,
AlicevillePickensALShark Tooth Creek Outdoor Adventure--commercial site. Access by appointment (see website link). 24114 AL Hwy 14 East Aliceville, AL 35442,Phone: (205) 373-2605vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AL0392 https://www.tourwestalabama.com/attraction/shark-tooth-creek-outdoor-adventures/33.1413,-88.1640,,AKm72|,
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,,AKm73|$*
Knight BranchRandolphALOriginal said Knight's Branch, Monroe County. This is my best guessEClaiborne?AL022633.4654,-85.3489,,AKm73?|$*
Broken Arrow BendRussellALOn Chattahoochee (originally Alabama) River in bluff 17km below ColumbusKEutawinvertebrates-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,,AKm73?|*$AL0248,GA0043,GA0088,GA0089
Chattahoochee RiverRussellALat Broken Arrow BendKEutawinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-ExogyraAL0248This locality seems to be on the Ft Benning Military Reservation32.3222,-84.9957,,AKm73?|*$AL0001,GA0043,GA0088,GA0089
Holy TrinityRussellAL4 km S in road cuts on AL165KBlufftowninvertebrates-mollusksAL024932.1903,-85.0409,,AKm73|$*AL0250
Holy TrinityRussellAL4 km S in road cuts on I65KBlufftowninvertebrates-mollusksAL025032.1903,-85.0409,,AKm73|$*AL0249
HurtsboroRussellALon AL51KEutawinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL026032.3562,-85.3905,,AKm73|$*
Hurtsboro(N18)RussellALon AL51 18 km N-{13}KEutawinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea(abundant)AL025232.4246,-85.3548,,AKm73|*$AL0259
Hurtsboro(N20)RussellALOn AL51 (52 in original entry) 20km N of HurtsboroKEutawinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea(abundant)AL025932.4390,-85.3634,,AKm73|$*AL0252
Phenix CityRussellAL20 km N of Hurtsboro NE side of US431 AL165 IntersectionKEutawvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AL0251The US431-AL165 Junction is really about 50km ENE of Hurtsboro32.4223,-85.0398,,AKm73?|$*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 LocationKBlufftowninvertebrates-mollusksAL025532.4495,-85.0159,,AKm73|*$AL0251
AldrichShelbyALIn S31T24NR11E(SS?)(33d1.14mN,87d0.67mW) and S6T23NR11E(SS)(33.0048N,-87.0111W)CuBrierfield dolomiteplants-algae-CryptozoonAL0018'Aldrich' is 2km W of Montevallo and is in Shelby County --Survey boundary is in this area. Section 31 is absent on modern maps. This site may be in Bibb County33.0079,-87.0055,,AKm73?|$*
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,AKm73?|$*
AldrichShelbyALSE1/4SE1/4S31T24R10E In area Limestone quarriesinvertebrates-mollusksAL0020'Aldrich' is 2km W of Montevallo and is in Shelby County --Survey boundary is in this area. Section 31 is absent on modern maps. This site may be in Bibb County33.1077,-86.8909, SE1/4SE1/4S31T24R10E,AKm73|$*
Cahaba ValleyShelbyAL1 km S of Bowles Spring Church (13 km SW of Leeds},castsinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-LecanospiraAL026133.1486,-86.7969,,AKm73|$*
CaleraShelbyALAn regional exposures into St Clair,Bibb,Etowah countiesONewala Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-Tarphyceras;;gastropoda-Coelocaulus,Hormotoma,Orospira,TurritellaAL026533.1028,-86.7536,,AHh44|$*AL0262
CaleraShelbyALIn Quarries between Calera and PelhamONewala Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-Tarphyceras;;gastropoda-Coelocaulus,Hormotoma,Orospira,TurritellaAL026733.2243,-86.8044,,AGl73|$*
CaleraShelbyALLittle Cahaba River s17t24nr11e 33.1178 86.7704ONewala Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-Tarphyceras;;gastropoda-Coelocaulus,Hormotoma,Orospira,TurritellaAL026833.1178,-86.7704, s17t24nr11e,AGl82?|$*
CaleraShelbyALW of Pelham on Buck CreekONewala Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-Tarphyceras;;gastropoda-Coelocaulus,Hormotoma,Orospira,TurritellaAL026933.2896,-86.8189,,AKm73?|$*
CaleraShelbyALOAthensinvertebrates-graptolites(abundant)AL0344http://search.datapages.com/data/doi/10.1306/74D71FF5-2B21-11D7-8648000102C1865D33.1028,-86.7536,,AGl73|$*
CaleraShelbyALONewala Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-Tarphyceras;;gastropoda-Coelocaulus,Hormotoma,Orospira,TurritellaAL026233.1028,-86.7536,,AKm73|$*AL0265
Calera?(Ramer?)ShelbyALBetween Leeds and Moody's CrossroadsONewala Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-Tarphyceras;;gastropoda-Coelocaulus,Hormotoma,Orospira,TurritellaAL0266Leeds is about 10k NE of Birmingham. Moody's Crossroads in about 60km S. Half way between is Ramer, AL32.1245,-86.2592,,AHh44|$*
Calera(W1)ShelbyAL1 km W-Helicotoma uniangulata castsinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-HelicotomaAL026333.1032,-86.7679,,AKm73|$*
HelenaShelbyAL0.4km S in argillaceous shaleClMontevalloinvertebrates-brachiopoda-MicromitraAL0360Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P6033.2894,-86.8444,,AKm73|$*
HelenaShelbyAL500 meters NEinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Obolus,WimanellaAL027033.2998,-86.8400,,AKm73|$*
HelenaShelbyAL6.4km S in argillaceous shaleClMontevalloinvertebrates-brachiopoda-MicromitraAL0334Walcott-Cambrian Geology and Paleontology P6033.2548,-86.8559,,AKm73|$*
HelenaShelbyAL8 km Sinvertebrates-brachiopoda-WimanellaAL027133.2418,-86.8445,,AKm73|$*
MontevalloShelbyAL1 km W of MontevalloClinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Amecephalus,Dolichometopus,Dorypyge,ZacanthoidesAL0017Originally 'Aldrich' in Shelby County33.0998,-86.8752,,AKn73|$*
MontevalloShelbyAL4 km W along Columbiana roadOinvertebrates-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 exposuresOAthens Shaleinvertebrates-graptolites-Climacograptus,Diplograptus,Isograptus,Reteograptus,(others)AL0274Reteograptus originally Retiograptus33.1006,-86.8642,,AKm73|$*
MontevalloShelby?ALin reddish shaleCl(?)invertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Bristolia,olenellidae-OlenellusAL028033.1006,-86.8642,,AKm73|$*
PelhamShelbyAL17 km NE at road junction 4 km NE Newhope Church inONew Hope Limestoneinvertebrates(50 species)-brachiopoda,mollusks-gastropodaAL027533.3677,-86.7132,,AKm73|$*
PelhamShelbyAL6 km N of Pelham on Montgomery RoadONewala Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-Tarphyceras;;gastropoda-Coelocaulus,Hormotoma,Orospira,TurritellaAL026433.3546,-86.7796,,AGl73|$*
PelhamShelbyAL700 meters NONew Hope Limestoneinvertebrates(50 species)-brachiopoda,mollusks-gastropodaAL027633.2875,-86.8103,,AKm73|$*
ShelbyShelbyAL6 km SWCuplants-algae-CryptozoonAL0277There does not appear to be a town of Shelby. Loc is cennter of Shelby County,AL33.3836,-86.7319,,AHh44|*$
ShelbyShelbyAL7 km SE-mollusk castsCuinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-LecanospiraAL0278There does not appear to be a town of Shelby. Loc is cennter of Shelby County,AL33.3836,-86.7319,,AHh44|*$
ShelbyShelbyALCuinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;mollusks-gastropodaAL005933.1095,-86.5839,,AKm73|$*
SiluriaShelbyAL4 km SW-mollusk castsCuinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-LecanospiraAL027933.2118,-86.8516,,AHh44|$*
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 86.2653MTuscumbia Limestone,Lauderdale chertinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa-LithostrotionAL028833.8153,-86.2653, ne1/4s18t13r4e,AKm73?|$*
Beaver Creek MountainSt ClairALon top of Mountaininvertebrates-brachiopoda-Rhipidomella;mollusks-gastropodaAL028133.7706,-86.2767,,AKm73?|$*
EasonvilleSt ClairAL4 km E alongDTalladega chertinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodaAL028233.5194,-86.2917,,AKm73?|$*
Greensport FerrySt ClairAL1500 meters S gastropodainvertebrates-brachiopoda-Chonetes;mollusks-gastropodaAL028333.8403,-86.0672,,AKm73|$*
OdenvilleSt ClairAL1300 meters E in RR cut-large gastropod castsOLenoir Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-MacluritesAL028433.6802,-86.3825,,AKm73|$*
OdenvilleSt ClairAL600 meters S in Cut. pit on N side of Seaboard Air Line tracks-fossils in Mosheim LimestoneOOdenville,Mosheim Limestonesinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda-Deltatreta;mollusks-cephalopoda-orthocerida-Orthoceras;;gastropoda(abundant)-Lophospira,Maclurites;polyplacophora(amphineurids)-Chiton,Priscochiton;;porifera(sponges)AL028533.6748,-86.3963,,AKn73|$*
SpringvilleSt ClairALIn hills to WCuinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;mollusks-gastropodaAL028633.7747,-86.4837,,AKm73|$*
TalladegaSt ClairAL6 km S on Taylors Mill Rdinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodaAL028733.3950,-86.0823,,AKm73|$*
BluffportSumterALKu Blufftown member of Demopolis Chalk. Difficult to collect when wet due to high clay contentKuDemopolisinvertebratesAL0382Fossils Cretaceous Stratigraphy and Paleontology of West-Central Alabama: A Guidebook32.5940,-88.1156,,AKm73|,
EpesSumterALPyrite replaced fossilsK-AL0339http://www.gamineral.org/_docs/1-5feb04.pdf32.6903,-88.1261,,AKm73|$*
Griffin's LandingSumterALFossiliferous black clay outcrops N for 15 km on Tombigbee River to Black Bluff in S12T16R1w (Griffin's Landing is on the Marengo County side of the Tombigbee River -- Black Bluff in sec 12 is at 32.3713 88.0366)invertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-decapoda(fragments);;cnidaria-corals(uncommon);mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda(fragments),gastropodaAL028932.3713,-88.0366, S12T16R1w,AKm73|$*
LivingstonSumterAL12 km N on Epes Road inKuSelma chalkinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-AnomiaAL029032.6741,-88.1543,,AKm73|$*
LivingstonSumterAL4 km Ninvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-belemnoideaAL029132.6174,-88.1818,,AKm73|$*
LivingstonSumterALAbundant weathered out Cretaceous fossils -- leave some for others as weathering takes timeKuSelmainvertebratesAL0375Cretaceous Stratigraphy and Paleontology of West-Central Alabama: A Guidebook32.5842,-88.1882,,AKm73|,
Livingston(I20+AL28)SumterALIn a small barrow pit behind a truck stop in the northeastern quadrant of the intersection between I20/59 and AL28. Ripely is present but buried. GSA Locality 8 (NE1/4S17T19NR2W) Abundant, diverse unusually small fossils.KuPrairie Bluff,(Ripley)invertebrates-worms-worms-annelida(serpulida),polychaeta-Hamulus;;bryozoa(encrusting),mollusks-bivalvia-Gryphaea,ostrea,Pycnodonte(common),Exogyra,Agerostrea(common),Cubitostrea,Striostrea(abundant),Gryphaeostrea,Anomia(abundant),Paranomia,pecten,Chlamys,Syncyclonema,(others-steinkerns;gastropoda(steinkerns),echinoderms-crinoidea,echinoida-Boletechinus;;;arthropoda-crustacea-decapoda(fragments);;;vertebrates-fish(shark-teeth(uncommon);reptilia-reptilia-squamata-mosasauridae(teeth-uncommon);;;ichnofossils-Thalassinoides,Chondrites,ZoophycusAL0371Fossils Cretaceous Stratigraphy and Paleontology of West-Central Alabama: A Guidebook32.6254,-88.2059,NE1/4S17T19NR2W,AKm72?|,
Livingston(N-US11)SumterALIn road cut 3.4km N of US11-AL28 Jct GSA Locality 501 (NE1/4S10T19NR2W)KuRipley,Prairie Bluffichnofossils,invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,gastropoda;echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)-Boletechinus;arthropoda-decapoda-crustacea(crab fragments);;vertebrata-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;reptilia-squamata-reptilia-squamata-mosasauridae(teeth)AL0387Fossils Cretaceous Stratigraphy and Paleontology of West-Central Alabama: A Guidebook32.6434,-88.1718,NE1/4S10T19NR2W,AKm73|,
Moscow LandingSumterALAccessible when river is low--typically in Aug-Sep. K-T boundary is exposed Fossils?Ku-EPPrairie Bluff,Clayton,Porters Creekinvertebrates?AL0377Original says 'accessible by water when... But Sat maps suggest there is land accessFossils Cretaceous Stratigraphy and Paleontology of West-Central Alabama: A Guidebook32.4315,-88.03530,,AKm72|,
Moscow LandingSumterALGood exposure of KT boundary on banks of Tombigbee RiverKTPrairie Bluff,Claytonprotists-foramsAL0366101 American Fossil Sites-Dickas32.4319,-88.0358,,AKm72|,
Moscow LandingSumterALOn West side of Tombigbee River at end of CR25 opposite historic site of Moscow LandingK-EPPrairie Bluff,Porters Creek,Claytoninvertebrates(marine)AL0358http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf32.4314,-88.0353,,AGn83|$*
-TalladegaALfossiliferous chert on ridges in SW part of county?AL029533.1219,-86.4425,location:Talladega Springs.AL,AHh44|$*
AlexandriaTalladegaAL4 km N along Gadsen Rd just below Tallasseehatchie Creek bridge. Trilobitesinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobitaAL029233.8188,-85.9076,,AKm73|$*AL0293
AlexandriaTalladegaAL4.8 km N trilobitesinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobitaAL029333.8188,-85.9076,,AKm73|$*AL0292
Talladega Sulphur SpringTalladegaALE - Fossil Chert?AL029433.1171,-86.4374,,AKm73|$*
Kimbrell(?)TuscaloosaALIn Conasauga Formation -{4}CConasaugainvertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingulella(Lingula?)AL0296invertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingulella originally Linguella33.2761,-87.0672,,AKm73|$*
TuscaloosaTuscaloosaALIn Government Quarryplants-pteridophyta-equisetales-CalamitesAL029733.2136,-87.5817,,AKm73|$*
Tuscaloosa(AMNH)TuscaloosaALAlabama Museum of Natural History, 427 Sixth Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487,(205) 348-7550. On UofA campus. Some fossils on display, Research collections at 500 Hackberry Lane, 3rd floor Mary Harmon Bryant Hall, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487,(205) 348-5625. Research collection info on ARCTOSAL0368,AL0379https://almnh.museums.ua.edu/33.2119,-87.5438,,AKm72|,
Vance(?)TuscaloosaALIn RR cuts to E Trenton ageOu-AL029833.1746,-87.2332,,AKm73|$*
WoodstockTuscaloosaAL5 km S inSRed Mountaininvertebrates-brachiopoda-PentamerusAL029933.1710,-87.1499,,AGl73|$*
SumitonWalkerALIn shale at Steven C. Minkin Paleozoic Footprint Site at site of old Union Chapel Strip Mine. Location hazy. Contact Alabama Paleontological Society for information and directionsPNParkwoodinvertebrates-arthropoda(very_uncommon),brachiopoda,mollusks;plants,vertebrates-amphibia,reptilia(numerous_tracks_a_few_body_fossils)AL0362http://www.bhamwiki.com/w/Steven_C._Minkin_Paleozoic_Footprint_Site33.7185,-87.0449,,AKm73?|$*
Union ChapelWalkerALBurrows, arthropod,amphibian,reptile tracks at Minkin fossil Footprint site at reclaimed Union Chapel strip mine. Supervised collection sometimes possible. Contact Alabama Paleontological SocietyPPottsvilleichnofossils(burrows)(tracks)AL0365101 American Fossil Sites-Dickas33.8081,-87.1664,,AKm72|,
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,,AKm73|$*AL0301
Baker's BluffWashingtonALin ferruginous sand bed AKA Gopher Hillinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-PanopeaAL030131.5735,-88.0449,,AKm73|$*AL0300
Dry CreekWashingtonALS6t8r2invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea;gastropoda-Turritella,VolutaAL030231.6863,-88.2249,S6t8r2,AKm73|$*
Hatchetigbee BluffWashingtonALon Tombigbee RiverE-OLinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium,Cytherea;gastropoda-Bullia,TrophonAL0073Bullia originally Expleritoma31.6589,-88.0844,Location:Hatchetigbee Landing.AL,AKm73?|$*
Jordans MillWashingtonALS13t9r4w poorly preserved Claiborne fossils in greensand ledge (31.7523 88.3332 dubious)EClaiborne?AL030531.7523,-88.3332, S13t9r4w,AKm72?|$*
PushPush CreekWashingtonALaround W end of Hatchetigbee uplift, S17t10r4w,S17t10r4w,S21t10r4w (31.8284 88.39144 dubious)EClaiborne-AL030631.8284,-88.3914, S17t10r4w-S17t10r4w-S21t10r4w,AKm73|$*
Shoemaker's MillWashingtonALNW in S2t9nr4w in Greensand beds (31.6878 88.3504 dubious)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-CrassatellaAL030731.6878,-88.3504, S2t9nr4w,AKm73|$*
SilasWashingtonAL4 km NE from Powers Store to Turkey Creek bridge along Isney-Bladon Springs Road in Buhrstone bedsinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaAL030831.7795,-88.2916,,AKm73|$*
St Stephen LandingWashingtonALIn Lone Star Cement Company quarry in the 'White Limestone' St Stephen Bluff -- 60 meters of Eocene and Oligocene sedimentsOLinvertebrates(marine)(abundant)AL0347http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf31.5677,-88.0388,,AKm73|$*
St StephensWashingtonAL1 km N on Tombigbee RiverE?Claiborne?AL030931.5294,-88.0455,,AKm73|$*
AL-28 roadcut Lee Long BridgeWilcoxALIn low road cut on W side of bridgeEPClayton,McBrydeinvertebrates(marine)(abundant)AL0350http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf32.1135,-87.4062,,AKm72|$*
Alabama RiverWilcoxALKuPrairie Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-AnchuraAL031031.1358,-87.9433,,AHh44|$*
Allenton StationWilcoxAL2 km E in Porters Creek Black Clays Forams,corals;mollusks - TurritellaE?Claytoninvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusks;protists-foramsAL031131.9297,-87.0236,,AKm73|$*
CaledoniaWilcoxALin creek bed in Coal Bluff member of Naheola fmNaheolainvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda(38 species);;;protists-forams(75 species)AL031231.8918,-87.0866,,AKm73?|$*
CamdenWilcoxAL11.3 km E on Allentown Rd in Matthew's landing Marl Bed-molds,casts. Reworked Cretaceous fossils (Exogyra),Eocene mollusksE?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,,AKm73?|$*
CamdenWilcoxAL15.5 km E (1 km W of Darlington Road},molds,casts. Reworked Cretaceous fossils (Exogyra),Eocene mollusksE?Claytoninvertebrates-bryozoa-Conopeum;mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra;;;protists-forams;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AL031431.9778,-87.1421,,AKm73|$*
CamdenWilcoxAL18.9 km E in Clayton Fm in road cut on Al 28-molds,casts. Reworked Cretaceous fossils (Exogyra),Eocene mollusksE?Claytoninvertebrates-bryozoa-Conopeum;mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra;;;protists-forams;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AL031531.9880,-87.0800,,AGm83|$*
CamdenWilcoxAL8.2 km NE-molds,casts. Reworked Cretaceous fossils (Exogyra),Eocene mollusksEPClaytoninvertebrates-bryozoa-Conopeum;mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra;;;protists-forams;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AL031732.0529,-87.2328,,AKm73|$*
CamdenWilcoxAL8.2 km NE-molds,casts. Reworked Cretaceous fossils (Exogyra),Eocene mollusksKinvertebrates-bryozoa-Conopeum;mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra;;;protists-forams;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)AL031632.0529,-87.2328,,AKm73|$*
CamdenWilcoxALs12t12r6e (32.0265 87.4269 Large discrepancy between software and topo maps)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,gastropoda-TurritellaAL031832.0265,-87.4269, s12t12r6e,AHh44?|$*
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,,AKm73|$*AL0326
Gravel CreekWilcoxALNear AL41invertebrates-mollusks(abundant)AL032131.9141,-87.3601,,AGm73|$*
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 RiverE?Claytoninvertebrates-bryozoa,echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-nautilidaeAL032332.1157,-87.3969,Lee Long Bridge.AL,AGl15?|$*
Lower Peach TreeWilcoxALIn bank of Bear Creek E of bridge on County 1 to Sunny Southinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Haimesiastraea;;;mollusksAL032531.8895,-87.5860,,AKm73?|$*
Matthew's LandingWilcoxALinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodainvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Fusus,Murex,PseudolivaAL032632.0317,-87.4208,,AKm73|$*AL0319
Midway LandingWilcoxAL4 km NW in bed of Rock Creek below AL10 bridge 2 km W of AL28 junctioninvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae(abundant)AL032731.9890,-87.3329,,AKm73?|$*
OakhillWilcoxAL2 km Winvertebrates-mollusks(abundant)AL032831.9287,-87.1082,,AKm73|$*
OakhillWilcoxAL7.1 km W in road cut on AL10protists-foramsAL032931.9522,-87.1648,,AKm73|$*
OakhillWilcoxALAt Dale's Branchinvertebrates-mollusksAL0320Can't identify a Dale's Branch at/near Oakhill31.9224,-87.0852,location:oak hill.AL,AGn64?|$*
Old Cannon LandingWilcoxALAlabama River. Can't locate this site Lat lon is arbitrary location on Alabama River.invertebrates-brachiopoda-terebratulida-TerebratulinaAL0330This might refer to Cannon Landing on the Tennessee River somewhere East of Florence,AL32.0175,-87.4706,,AGl15?|$*
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,,AKm73|$*
Prairie BluffWilcoxALexposures of Prairie Bluff Chalk at Prairie Bluff on the Alabama River have abundant, diverse Ku fossilsKuPrairie Bluffinvertebrates,vertebrates?AL0386Fossils Cretaceous Stratigraphy and Paleontology of West-Central Alabama: A Guidebook32.1466,-87.3965,,AKm73?|,
Prairie BluffWilcoxALon Alabama River,Well preservedinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda(abundant)(well preserved)AL033232.1342,-87.4036,,AKn73|$*
Shell CreekWilcoxALAlong Shell Creek and in other area exposuresK-EPPrairie 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,,AKm73|$*
Shoal CreekWilcoxALSouth of Camden on AL-265E?invertebrates(marine),plants(lignite)AL0352http://lafayettegeologicalsociety.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/LGSAlabamaFTGuidebook-March2007.pdf31.9838,-87.2856,,AKm73|$*
Yellow BluffWilcoxAL9 km N of Lower Peach Tree along Alabama River at Yellow Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Martesia,Ostrea,Venericardia;gastropoda-TurritellaAL032431.9169,-87.5164,,AKm72?|$*

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