US And Canadian Fossil Sites -- Data for CONNECTICUT

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LocationCountyState/ProvinceDirections,NotesAgeFormationFossilsSite IDCommentsReferenceLat-Long|Spare1Spare2Spare3
BethelFairfieldCTin Pleistocene Bethel MarlPEBethel (CT)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Musculium,Pisidium,Sphaerium;gastropoda-Campeloma,Galba,Gyraulus,Helisoma,Planorbella,ValvataCT000141.3711,-73.4144,,AMn73?|$*
Lake SaltonstallFairfieldCTupper bedTR-JNewarkvertebrates-fishCT000241.2817,-72.8617,,AKm73?|$*CT0092
Berlin(CT372)HartfordCTRoad cuts along CT372TRNewarkplants,vertebrates(tracks)CT000441.6260,-72.7489,,AMn73?|*$CT0003,CT0005,CT0006
Berlin(ESE)HartfordCTS to East of Berlin-Meriden Road in poor exposure of black shaleTRvertebrates-fishCT0090Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 241.5778,-72.7662,,AMn73?|TRIASSIC*$CT0003,CT0005,CT0006
Berlin(I91+CT9)HartfordCTI91 CT9 InterchangeTRNewarkplants,vertebrates-fish,(tracks)CT000341.6214,-72.7461,,AMn73?|*$CT0004,CT0005,CT0006,CT0090
Berlin(area)HartfordCTarea exposures in lower bedTRNewarkvertebrates-fish,(tracks)CT000541.6214,-72.7461,,AKm43?|*$CT0003,CT0004,CT0006,CT0090
Berlin(area)HartfordCTarea exposures in lower bedTRNewarkvertebrates-fish,(tracks)CT000641.6214,-72.7461,,AKm43?|*$CT0003,CT0004,CT0005,CT0090
BristolHartfordCTTR-JNewarkplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta;pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns);(rushes);vertebrates(tracks)CT000741.6717,-72.9497,,AKm53?|$*
Buckland Station(N2)HartfordCT1.6km 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 hereTR-JNewark?CT000841.8090,-72.5498,,AKm73|*$CT0012,CT0013
East Windsor(KetchsMills)HartfordCTat Ketch's MillsTR-JNewarkvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)CT000941.9163,-72.5575,,AKm73|*$CT0028
Enfield(KelleyFurguesonQry)HartfordCTIn 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 conesTRPortlandinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta;;plants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta(branches)(cones)CT0085http://www.sunstar-solutions.com/sunstar/Conanthus/conanthus.htm41.9667, -72.60,,Akm71|TR$*MA0176
Hartford(RockyHillStPark)HartfordCTState Park at Rocky Hill South of Hartford East of exit 23 from I-91) displays many footprints and tracks. There are provisions for making casts of footprints.{7}TR-JNewarkichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-dinosauropedidia-Eubrontes,theropodipedia-GrallatorCT001041.6523,-72.6575,,AKm73?|*$CT0018,CT0019,CT0051
ManchesterHartfordCTTR-JNewarkvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)CT001141.7758,-72.5219,,AKm73?|$*CT0013
Manchester(WolcottQry)HartfordCT1.6km N of Buckland Quarry at Wolcott Quarry 41.8106dN 72d33m4sWJPortland Arkoseichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-dinosauropedidia-AnchisaurusCT001241.8106,-72.5511,,AKm72|$*CT0008
Manchester(area)HartfordCTin area exposures and 2 km N of Buckland Station in quarryTR-JNewarkichnofossils-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?|*$CT0008,CT0011
Newgate PrisonHartfordCTIn Granby?TR-JNewarkplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta;pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns),(rushes)CT0014The colonial era copper mine and prison is now a historic site41.9619,-72.7456,,AKm73?|$*
NewingtonHartfordCTabout 400 tracks taken from small area in 1960sTR-JNewarkvertebrates-reptilia(tracks)CT001541.6906,-72.7450,,AKm73?|$*
North BloomfieldHartfordCTTR-JNewarkvertebrates-fishCT001641.8861,-72.7469,,AKm73?|*$CT0027,CT0095
North Bloomfield(Tarrifville-E2)HartfordCTIn black shale in streambed about 1.6km E of TariffvilleTRplantsCT0095Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 241.9080,-72.7479,,AKm72|TRIASSIC*$CT0016,CT0027
Northampton(MA?)HartfordCT(more likely Northampton,MA)TR-JNewarkichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-dinosauropedidia-EubrontesCT001741.6433,-72.8833,,AKm74?|$*
Rocky HillHartfordCTTR-JNewarkvertebrates-fish,reptilia(tracks)CT001841.6523,-72.6575,,AKm73?|*$CT0010,CT0019,CT0051
Rocky Hill State ParkHartfordCTE of Exit 23 from I91 off West Street near Veteran's Home-museum-dinosaur footprintsTR-JNewarkichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-dinosauropedidia-EubrontesCT001941.6523,-72.6575,,AKm73?|*$CT0010,CT0018,CT0051
Sawmill Hollow(Middletown-SW7)HartfordCT7 km SW of Middletown in red SandstoneTR-JNewarkvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-redfieldiidaeCT0020Catopteris reported. It is a genus within the redfieldiidae, but the nomenclature is confused41.9893,-72.9618,,AKm72?|$*
SimsburyHartfordCT800m S of RR Station in Simsbury,CTTRNewarkvertebrates-reptilia(bones)CT002141.8758,-72.8017,,AKm73?|$*CT0022
SimsburyHartfordCTin quarry S of RR stationTR-JNewarkvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones),phytosauria-Clepsysaurus,RutiodonCT002241.8758,-72.8017,,AKm73?|$*CT0021
SouthingtonHartfordCTIn black shale in old cement quarryTRplants,vertebrates-fishCT0091Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 241.6011,-72.8781,,AKm73?|TRIASSIC$*CT0023
SouthingtonHartfordCTvertebrates-fish(lower bed)TR-JNewarkplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta;pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns);(rushes);vertebrates-fishCT002341.6011,-72.8781,,AKm73?|$*CT0091
Southington?(I84-CooksGap)HartfordCTIn road cuts along I84 at Cooks Gap near 41d40.50mN,72d49.25mWTRShuttle MeadowplantsCT002541.675,-72.8208,,AKm73|$*
Southington(ShuttleMeadowRes)HartfordCTAt abandoned quarry near Shuttle Meadow Reservoir,41d37.694mN,072d50.013mWTRShuttle Meadowplants,vertebrates-fish,reptilia(footprints)CT002441.6231,-72.8336,,AKm72|$*
Suffield(EnfieldBridge)HartfordCT(tracks) near Enfield BridgeTR-JNewarkichnofossils(tracks),plants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta;pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns);(rushes)CT002641.9817,-72.6511,,AKm73?|$*
TarrifvilleHartfordCTTR-JNewarkplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta;pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns);(rushes)CT002741.9089,-72.7617,,AKm73|*$CT0016,CT0095
West Windsor(KetchsMill)HartfordCTIn blast debris at well near Ketch's MillJPortlandichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-dinosauropedidia-AnchisaurusCT002841.8906,-72.5367,,AKm73?|$*CT0009
Wethersfield(CTRiver)HartfordCT(tracks) in Red Shale In Cove on Connecticut River 3.5 km S of previous location(?)TR-JNewarkichnofossilsCT003241.6942,-72.6378,,AKm73?|*$CT0030,CT0031,CT0052,CT0053
Wethersfield(CTRiver)HartfordCT(tracks) in Red Shale In Cove on Connecticut RiverTR-JNewarkichnofossilsCT003141.7226,-72.6501,,AKm73?|*$CT0030,CT0032,CT0053
Wethersfield(CTRiver)HartfordCTIn Cove on Connecticut River and 3.2km to the South of the coveTRNewarkvertebrates-reptilia(footprints)(abundant)CT003041.7226,-72.6501,,AKm73?|*$CT0031,CT0032,CT0053
Wethersfield(ProspectSt)HartfordCTFound during construction of Church of the Incarnation on Prospect StreetTRNewarkvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(tracks)CT002941.6894,-72.6511,,AKm73?|$*
Windsor(MatianukAve)HartfordCTMatianuck AvenueH(13500 BP)plantsCT003341.8219,-72.5367,,AKm73?|$*
Pomperaug ValleyLitchfield?CTSame sequence of Rocks as Connecticut ValleyTR-JNewark?CT003541.4798,-73.2122,location:Southbury.CT,AKl54|*$CT0034,CT0072,CT0073
WoodburyLitchfieldCTSequence of Triassic rocks in Cherry Valley Similar to those in the Connecticut ValleyTR-JNewark?CT003441.5503,-73.2058,,AKm73?|*$CT0035,CT0072,CT0073
Chestnut BrookMiddlesexCTIn ravine above brook and CT9 in shale and sandstoneJPortlandichnofossils(footprints),plants(pollen)CT0036There is a Chestnut Brook in the Windsor area, but CT9 is a (mostly) Freeway that runs SE from The New Britain/Middletown area about 50km S of Windsor. Lat Lon is the Windsor location.41.9144,-72.5483,,AKm73?|*$CT0077
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 1970sTRShuttle Meadowplants,vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Ptycholepis,redfieldiidae,semionotiformes-Semionotus;;sarcopterygii-dipnoi-coelacanthiformes-DiplurusCT0084http://www.archive.org/stream/ptycholepismarsh3312scha/ptycholepismarsh3312scha_djvu.txt41.4776,-72.6682,,AKl72?|TR*$CT0040
DurhamMiddlesexCTlakebed deposits;well preserved fish fossilsCRvertebrates-fishCT0040Original says Durham,MA -- but there seems to be no such town41.4926,-72.6960,,AKl72?|*$CT0037,CT0038,CT0039,CT0080,CT0084
Durham(FieldCk)MiddlesexCTAlong 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 bedTR-JNewarkinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta-Mormolucoides;;;plants-(coniferophyta),pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns);(rushes);vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Ptycholepis,redfieldiidae,semionotiformes-Semionotus;;;reptilia(tracks)CT003741.4926,-72.6960,,AMn72?|*$CT0039,CT0040
Durham(FieldCk)MiddlesexCTalong Field Creek 500 meters W of Hwy (CT147?,CT17?) from Middlefield to Durham from just SW of Middlefield to Durham city limits just N of Waterfalls in a series of exposures area fish fossils lower and upper bed . Many generaTR-JNewarkinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta-Mormolucoides;;;plants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta;pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns);(rushes);vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Ptycholepis,redfieldiidae,semionotiformes-Semionotus;;;(tracks)CT003941.4926,-72.6960,,AKl72?|*$CT0037,CT0040
Durham(S)MiddlesexCTIn 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 shaleTRShuttle Meadowplants,vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Ptycholepis,redfieldiidae,semionotiformes-Semionotus;;sarcopterygii-dipnoi-coelacanthiformes-DiplurusCT0083http://www.archive.org/stream/ptycholepismarsh3312scha/ptycholepismarsh3312scha_djvu.txt41.4649,-72.6848,,AKl72?|TR$*
Durham(StevensLocality)MiddlesexCTIn black shale at 'Stevens' locality on Stevens property near 19th century coal shaftTRplants,vertebrates-fishCT0093Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 241.4620,-72.6775,,AKl73|TRIASSIC*$CT0087
Durham(TokotekMtn-W)MiddlesexCTIn black shale in a stream bed on the Western slope of Tokotek Mountain at South end of town in water filled pitsTRvertebrates-fishCT0087Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 241.4620,-72.6775,,AKl73?|TRIASSIC*$CT0038,CT0093
Durham(TokotekMtn-W)MiddlesexCTOn W Slope of Totoket Mountain black mudstone and limestoneTRShuttle Meadowplants(pollen),vertebrates-fishCT003841.4960,-72.6694,,AKl72?|*$CT0040,CT0087
HigbyMiddlesex?CTvertebrates-fish(lower bed)TR-JNewarkvertebrates-fish,(tracks)CT005441.5439,-72.7428,,AKl73?|$*
Higby(HigbyMtn)Middlesex?CTIn black shale in a ravine at N end of Higby Mountain about 1km S of Highland RR station with footprints in sandstoneTRvertebrates-fish,(footprints)CT0089Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 241.5536,-72.7364,,AKl72?|TRIASSIC$*
Laurel BrookMiddlesexCTin black organic shaleJPortlandplants(pollen),vertebrates-fishCT004141.5369,-72.6839,,AKm73?|*$CT0080
MiddlefieldMiddlesexCTvertebrates-fish(upper bed)TR-JNewarkinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta;;plants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta;pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns);(rushes);vertebrates-fishCT004341.5172,-72.7125,,AKl73?|$*
MiddlefieldMiddlesexCTTRLockatongvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(tracks)CT004241.5172,-72.7125,,AKl73?|$*
Middlefield(LittleFalls)MiddlesexCTIn black shale at Little Falls S of Middletown Reservoir. There are numerous reservoirs near Middletown. None is called Middletown Reservoir--At a guess, this refers to Asylum Reservoir Number 1TRplants,vertebrates-fishCT0096Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 241.5405,-72.6042,,AKl73?|TRIASSIC$*
MiddletonMiddlesexCTIn RR Cut near Middletown,CTTRNewarkinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda?CT0044Both spellings 'Middleton' and 'Middletown' seem to be in use -- seems to be the same place41.5685,-72.6516,,AMm73?|$*CT0081
Middletown(W3)MiddlesexCT3.2km W in quarry 41.5484319N,-72.69136WJPortlandichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-dinosauropedidia-Ornithoidichnites,theropodipedia-AnchisauripusCT004541.5484,-72.6914,,AKm72|$*
Old SaybrookMiddlesexCTJurassic dinosaurs-tracksichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-dinosauropedidia-AnomoepusCT004641.2917,-72.3767,,AKm73?|$*
PortlandMiddlesexCTFrom Sandstone Quarries opposite Middletown 41d34mN 72d38mJPortland Arkosevertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-theropoda-CoelophysisCT004841.5728,-72.6411,,AKm73?|*$CT0047,CT0049,CT0050
PortlandMiddlesexCTIn Brownstone quarries at 41d34.50mN,72d38.50m'WTRNewarkvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(tracks)(abundant)CT004941.575,-72.6417,,AKm72|*$CT0047,CT0048,CT0050
PortlandMiddlesexCTin shale close to trap rock RidgeTR-JNewarkplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta;pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns);(rushes)CT005041.5728,-72.6411,,AKm73?|*$CT0047,CT0048,CT0049
Portland(area)MiddlesexCT(footprints) in old building stone quarries on E bank of Connecticut RiverTR-JNewarkichnofossils(7 genera),vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-(Otozoum)CT004741.5728,-72.6411,,AKm73?|*$CT0048,CT0049,CT0050
Rocky Hill(DinosaurStPrk)MiddlesexCTAt Dinosaur State Park 41d39m4sN 72d39m25sWJEast Berlinichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-aetosauripedidia-Batrachopus;dinosauropedidia-Eubrontes,theropodipedia-Anchisauripus,GrallatorCT005141.6525,-72.6575,,AKm73?|*$CT0010,CT0018,CT0019
WestfieldMiddlesex?CTTR-JNewarkvertebrates-fishCT005542.1242,-72.7425,,AKl73|*$MA0084
Westfield(N)Middlesex?CTIn black shale in a small brook N of village and 1km SW of Westfield RR stationTRvertebrates-fishCT0086Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 242.1178,-72.7581,,AKm72|TRIASSIC*$MA0084
Wethersfield(CT River)MiddlesexCT3.2-6.4km S of 'The Cove' on the West side of the Connecticut River -- 41.6961143N 72.6578701WJPortlandichnofossils-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|*$CT0032
Wethersfield(TheCove)MiddlesexCTAt 'The Cove' on the West side of the Connecticut River -- 41.7250999N,-72.6578701WJPortlandichnofossils-tracks-mammalipida-Sillimanius;reptilipedia-dinosauropedidia-Anomoepus,Argoides,Eubrontes,Plesiornis,theropodipedia-Anchisauripus,GrallatorCT005341.7257,-72.6632,,AKm73|*$CT0030,CT0031,CT0032
Bluff HeadNew HavenCTvertebrates-fish(lower bed)TR-JNewarkichnofossils-tracks;plants,vertebrates-fishCT0056Bluff Head appears to be NE of New Haven in Guilford, CT41.4150,-72.6987,,AKm73?|*$CT0065,CT0066,CT0075,CT0088,CT0094
Bluff Head(BluffHeadPsv)New HavenCTat 'Bluff Head',fossils in black lakebed shales interbedded with limestones. 19th Century locality rediscovered in 1969. Now a Connecticut State Park. http://www.monmouth.com/~bcornet/blufhead.htmTRShuttle Meadowplants(leaves)(impressions),vertebrates-fish(abundant)-actinopterygii-(coprolites),Ptycholepis,redfieldiidae,semionotiformes-SemionotusCT0075Possibly a reference to the Bluff Head Preserve W of CT77 a few hundred meters N of Bluff Head Cemetery. (In earlier versions, Locality listed as Totoket Mtn).41.4104,-72.6957,,AKm73|*$CT0056,CT0065,CT0066,CT0088,CT0094
Cheshire(I691)New HavenCTJust S of I691 -- 2000 Olsen -- 41d33m32sN,72d54m28sWTRNew Havenvertebrates-reptilia(footprints?)-archosauriformes-pseudosuchia-ErpetosuchusCT005841.5589,-72.9078,,AKm72|$*CT0057
Cheshire(I84+I691?)New HavenCTAt I491 CT84 junctionTRNew Havenvertebrates-reptilia-archosauriformes-pseudosuchia(bones)-ErpetosuchusCT0057Assume this is the I84,I691 Junction41.5607,-72.9166,,AKm73?|*$CT0058
East Haven(SaltonstallPond)New HavenCTIn black shale in steam running into Saltonstall Pond from E at its S endTRvertebrates-fishCT0092Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 241.2803,-72.8547,,AKm72|TRIASSIC$*CT0002
Fair Haven(FerryStBr)New HavenCTarea - In a quarry near the Ferry Street Bridge over the Quinnipiac RiverTR-JNewarkvertebrates-reptilia(bones)CT005941.3020,-72.8929,,AKm73?|$*CT0060
Fair Haven(FerryStBr)New HavenCTin quarry near the Perry St (Ferry St?) Bridge over the Quinnipiac RiverTR-JNewarkvertebrates-reptilia-aetosauria(bones)(plates)-StegomusCT006041.3020,-72.8928,,AKm73?|$*CT0059
Guilford(BluffHead)New HavenCTIn fragile black shale about 3.2km E of the 'Durham' locality in streambed below 'Bluff Head' volcanic outcropTRvertebrates-fishCT0088Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 241.4081,-72.6963,,AKm73|TRIASSIC*$CT0056,CT0065,CT0066,CT0075,CT0094
Highland BrookNew Haven?CTIn gray siltstonesTRShuttle Meadowplants(pollen),vertebrates-fishCT007741.9143,-72.5447,,AKm73?|$*CT0036
Killiams PointNew HavenCT41d16m46sN 72d48m54sWH(4000BP)invertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-LittorinaCT006141.2794,-72.8150,,AKm73|$*
New HavenNew HavenCTin sandstoneTRNewarkvertebrates-reptilia(bones)-HypsognathusCT006441.3095,-72.9321,,AKm43?|*$CT0062,CT0063
New Haven(area)New HavenCTarea exposures in arkosic depositsTR-JNewarkvertebrates-reptilia(bones)CT006241.3095,-72.9321,,AKm43?|*$CT0063,CT0064
New Haven(area)New HavenCTin area exposures of New Haven ArkoseTR-JNewarkvertebrates-reptilia-aetosauria-Stegomus;crocodilia,phytosauriaCT006341.3095,-72.9321,,AKm43?|*$CT0062,CT0064
North Branford(BluffHead)New HavenCTOn Totoket Mountain near Bluff HeadTRShuttle Meadowvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-redfieldiidaeCT006541.4199,-72.7013,,AKm71|*$CT0056,CT0066,CT0075,CT0088,CT0094
North Branford(SugarloafTunnel)New Haven?CT(tracks) near Sugar Loaf Tunnel. Can't pin down location of tunnelTR-JNewarkvertebrates-reptilia(tracks)CT007841.3283,-72.7686,location:North Branford.CT,AKm74|$*
North GuilfordNew HavenCTIn black shale in stream bed near TotoketTRvertebrates-fish(scales)CT0094Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 241.4233,-72.6988,,AKm72|TRIASSIC*$CT0056,CT0065,CT0066,CT0075,CT0088
North Guilford(BluffHead)New HavenCTBluff Head. There may be multiple sitesTRShuttle Meadowvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-redfieldiidae,semionotiformes-Semionotus;;sarcopterygii-dipnoi-coelacanthiformes-WhiteaCT006641.4199,-72.7013,,AKm71|*$CT0056,CT0065,CT0075,CT0088,CT0094
North Guilford(LoperSite)New HavenCTOld Loper Site reopened by Cornet and MacDonald(1970)TRShuttle Meadowvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-PtycholepisCT0082http://www.archive.org/stream/ptycholepismarsh3312scha/ptycholepismarsh3312scha_djvu.txt41.4107,-72.7168,,AKm72?|TR*$CT0069,CT0070
North Guilford(TotoketMtn)New HavenCTOn slope of Totoket MountainTRShuttle Meadowvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-PtycholepisCT007041.4107,-72.7168,,AKm72?|*$CT0069,CT0082
North Guilford(TotoketMtn-Eside)New HavenCTOn E Slope of Totoket Mountain in green shale,black mudstone and limestoneTRShuttle Meadowplants(pollen)(fragments)CT006941.4107,-72.7168,,AKm72?|*$CT0070,CT0082
North Guilford(TotoketMtn-N)New HavenCTNear North tip of Totoket Mountain in gray shaleTRShuttle Meadowplants(pollen)CT006841.4310,-72.7197,,AKm71|$*
North Guilford(TotoketMtn-NE)New HavenCTIn stream cut on NE side of Totoket Mountain in black shale 41d23m50sN 72d46m0sWTRShuttle Meadowvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-theropoda-CoelophysisCT006741.3972, -72.7667,,AKm72|*$CT0074,CT0076
Peabody Museum of Natural HistoryNew HavenCTMuseum. 170 Whitney Ave, New Haven, CT 06511 Extensive displays of mesozoic reptiles-CT0097101 American Fossil Sites-Dickas41.3158,-72.9211,,AKm72|,
Pistapaug Mountain(E)New HavenCTE of Pistapaug Mt in CTTR-JNewarkvertebrates-fishCT007141.4303,-72.7347,,AKm73?|$*
South BritainNew HavenCTin exposure on Pomperaug RiverTRvertebrates-fishCT007241.4664,-73.2483,,AKm73?|*$CT0034,CT0035
SouthburyNew HavenCTvertebrates-fish(lower bed)TR-JNewarkplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta;pteridophyta-cycadopsida,(ferns);(rushes);vertebrates-fishCT007341.4814,-73.2136,,AKm73?|*$CT0034,CT0035
Totoket Mountain(Wslope)New HavenCTW slope of Totoket Mt in CT in black shalesTR-JNewarkvertebrates-fish,reptiliaCT007441.3972,-72.7667,,AKm73|*$CT0067,CT0076
Totoket Reservoir(Lake Galliard?)New HavenCTFrom the West Portal of Sugarloaf Tunnel 3.2km N of dam 13.6km E of New Haven 41d20m26sN 72d45m57sWJNewarkichnofossils-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?|*$CT0067,CT0074
EllingtonTollandCTTR-JNewarkvertebrates(bones)CT007941.9039,-72.4703,,AKm73?|$*

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