US And Canadian Fossil Sites -- Data for FLORIDA

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LocationCountyState/ProvinceDirections,NotesAgeFormationFossilsSite IDCommentsReferenceLat-Long|Spare1Spare2Spare3
Marianna Limestone(FL-N)(?)FLin Northern part of statevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-ProcarcharodonFL020430.7796,-85.2319,location:Marianna.FL,AIi14|*$FL0084
Western Florida-FLUSGS Document cites about 115 Alum Bluff Group localities in 15 counties. There are three formations described -- Shoal River,Oak Grove, and Chipola. Fossils, especially mollusks, are said to be abundant in all three formations.MIShoal River,Oak Grove,Chipolainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,gastropodaFL0262USGS Professional Paper 142-B, Gardner-192630.9249,-86.5675,,AKm75|,
-AlachuaFLPLvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Lepisosteus,sciaenidaeFL0234http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php29.6517,-82.3185,location:Gainesville.FL,AJj24|$*
Archer(S16)AlachuaFL16 km S 2 km E of RR StationPLAlachua Clayvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Auchenia,(llamas);;perissodactyla-equidae(horses)-Hippotherium;rhinocerotidae;proboscidea-MastodonFL000129.4114,-82.4963,,AKm73?|$*
Archer(area)AlachuaFLIn area ditches,cuts,quarries,pitsPLAlachua Clayvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Auchenia;;perissodactyla-equidae-Hippotherium;rhinocerotidae;proboscidea-MastodonFL000229.5297,-82.5192,,AKk53?|$*
Gainesville(FloridaMuseumNatHist)AlachuaFLThe Florida Museum at the University of Florida. Gainesville, 3215 Hull Road - Powell Hall, FL 32611, 352-846-2000. Natural history museum with fossil exhibits. Research collections. 900,000 specimens. On line catalog. Free AdmissionFL0246https://www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/29.6359,-82.3704,,AKm72|,
Gainesville(HogtownCk)AlachuaFLAt Hog Creek (assume this is Hogtown Creek)-FL0229http://www.tampabayfossilclub.com29.6702,-82.3473,,AKm73?|*$FL0004,FL0239
Gainesville(NW)AlachuaFLNW at Devil's Mills Hopper in walls of sinkholeMIHawthorninvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Cassidulus;;mollusksFL000529.7033,-82.3953,,AKm73?|$*
Gainesville(SW10)AlachuaFL10 km SW near ArredondoEuOcala Limestoneprotists-forams-NummulitesFL000329.5615,-82.3233,,AKk53?|$*
Gainesville(area)AlachuaFLNW In area exposures in Hogtown Creek basinEvertebrates-fish(teeth)-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)(teeth),selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL000429.6702,-82.3473,,AKm73?|*$FL0229,FL0239
Gainsville(NW)AlachuaFLTo NW in streams in Hogtown BasinEuOcalainvertebrates-echinoderms,mollusks;vertebrates(marine)-(bones),fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)FL0239http://www.afn.org/~afn02877/29.6702,-82.3473,,AKm73?|*$FL0004,FL0229
Gainsville(W)AlachuaFLTo WestMIAlachuavertebrates(marine)-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks);;mammals(bones)-(marine),(terrestrial)FL0240http://www.afn.org/~afn02877/29.6439,-82.4009,,AKm73|$*
Neals(?-area)AlachuaFLIn area phosphate minesvertebrates(teeth)-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae-Equus;Tapirus;proboscidea-MastodonFL0006Neals is unicorporated and is actually in Gilchrist County29.769,-82.715,,AKm73|$*
Newberry(Haille)AlachuaFLNW in numerous exposures in phosphate pits exploiting fissure fill deposits at depths to 20+ meters in area of extinct village of Haille. Therefore 'Haille sites'MI-PEvertebrates(abundant)(diverse)FL0009Many sites no longer accessible-Permission required for all siteshttp://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/pciesiel/gly3603c/haile.html29.691,-82.573,,AKm73?|*$FL0008
Newberry(NW)AlachuaFLNW in numerous exposures in phosphate pits exploiting fissure fill deposits,Mollusks (poorly preserved),Echinoderms(well preserved)EOcala Limestoneinvertebrates-echinoderms,mollusks;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0008Many sites no longer accessible-Permission required for all siteshttp://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/pciesiel/gly3603c/haile.html29.691,-82.573,,AKm73|$*FL0009
Newberry(area)AlachuaFLIn area phosphate minesvertebrates(teeth)-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae-Equus;Tapirus;proboscidea-MastodonFL000729.6461,-82.6067,,AKm73|$*
Santa Fe SpringsAlachua?FLPEvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-tayassuidae(Peccaries);perissodactyla-equidae-Equus;TapirusFL001029.7392,-82.0761,,AKm43?|$*
Lake City(area)BakerFLIn area quarriesinvertebrates(?)(abundant)FL001130.1894,-82.6394,,AKm73?|$*
Econfina RiverBayFL2 km below Hwy bridge s4t1sr13w (-85.539143 30.4247 85.5450 N of Econofina about 2km S of Bay county line.)invertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-CancellariaFL001230.4247,-85.5391,s4t1sr13w,AKm73|*$FL0081
Panama City(FarleyCk)BayFLon Farley Creek and Tenmile Creek,along banks-well preserved mollusksMIChipolainvertebrates-mollusksFL001330.5152,-85.4988,,AKm73?|$*
Fort Lauderdale(MuseumSciDisc)BrowardFLMuseum of Discovery and Science, 401 SW 2nd St, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312, (954)467-6637. General science museum (with fossils?). Admission FeeFL0250http://mods.org/26.1207,-80.1480,,AKm72|,
Chipola RiverCalhounFLBanks of Chipola River downstream of mouth of Ten Mile CreekMIChipolainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Nodipecten;gastropoda-Globularia,(others)FL0265http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/collections-database/mollusks/gastropods/,http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/77051-the-old-chipola-river-one-more-time/30.4874,-85.1658,,AKm73|,
Farley CreekCalhounFLMI,PLChipolainvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-OlivellaFL0266http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/collections-database/molluscs/gastropods/30.4646,-85.1596,,AKm73|,
Red Oak Church(FarleyCk)CalhounFL300m N in bed Farley Creek under FL275 bridge in fossiliferous sandMIuChipola?FL001430.4622,-85.1450,,AKm73?|$*
Ten Mile CreekCalhounFLMI,PLChipolainvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Olivella,VexillumFL0267http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/collections-database/molluscs/gastropods/30.4874,-85.1658,,AKm73|,
Casa de Meadows(PhilmansPit)CharlotteFLPhilman Pit. Philman's Pit is very likely in Gilchrist County at or near 29.8329,-82.8749PEuFort Thompsoninvertebrates-mollusksFL0207http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/theses/available/etd-08072002-110037/unrestricted/etd.pdf29.8329,-82.8749,,AKm74?|$*
Peace RiverCharlotte?FLon bed of river accessible to surface divers using snorkels and masksvertebratesFL001627.4261,-81.8502,,AKm73?|$*
Punta Gorda(FL17-ShellCk)CharlotteFLE on Hwy 17 at W end of Bridge over shell creek http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htminvertebrates(abundant)-mollusks(shells);vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL001526.9814,-81.9600,,AKm73?|$*FL0028
Punta Gorda(WilliamsFarmQry)CharlotteFLWilliams Farm Quarry, likely at/near Williams Farms Sand + Shell, Inc, 3300 SR 31,Punta Gorda, Fl 33982, (941)575-0811. There appear to be other shell pits in the areaPECaloosahatcheeinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Dermomurex,PyrazisinusFL0268http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/collections-database/molluscs/gastropods/26.9858,-81.7604,,AKm72|,
Citrus CountyCitrusFLIn area phosphate minesvertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae-Hipparion;;proboscidea-MastodonFL001828.8744,-82.4583,,AJj23?|$*
Cross Florida Barge CanalCitrusFLEOcala Limestoneinvertebrates-echinodermata-echinoida-Durhamella,EupatagusFL0275http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/collections-database/arthropods/echinoderms/echinoids/29.5455,-81.7306,,AKm73?|,
Hernando(area)CitrusFLIn area phosphate pitsprotists-forams-NummulitesFL001928.8997,-82.3747,,AKm73?|$*
OwensboroCitrusFLIn Limestone quarryEuOcalaprotists-forams-NummulitesFL002028.4408,-82.1847,,AKm73|$*
Black Creek(area)ClayFLIn area phosphate pits in phosphatic marlsinvertebratesFL002128.8381,-82.6667,,AKm73?|$*
Lake Okeechobee(US41)Collier?FLin Alligator Alley and US41 canal fillsvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0059Basically, any road fill in the Everglades?26.1628,-80.8209,,AHi24|*$FL0205
Longan LakesCollierFLNear Naples, FLPElBermontinvertebrates-mollusksFL0208http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/theses/available/etd-08072002-110037/unrestricted/etd.pdf26.4718,-81.7342,,AKm73|$*
OchopeeCollierFLMITamiamiinvertebrates-echinodermsFL002225.9011,-81.3036,,AKm73|$*
West Florida(FL93)CollierFLCanal dredgings and highway fill along 'Alligator Alley' (I70/FL93)vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL020526.1556,-81.6480,,AJj44?|*$FL0059,FL0206
West Florida(US41)CollierFLCanal dredgings and highway fill along US41vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL020626.0531,-81.6833,,AJj43?|$*FL0205
White SpringsColumbiaFL1400 meters N on small island in Suwannee River. (But White Springs seems to be on the NE side of the Suwannee? And there is no island there?)invertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Chione,Glycymeris,Modiolus,(others);gastropoda-Ampullina,Calliostoma,Orthaulax,Scaphander;scaphopoda-DentaliumFL0023Ransom,'Fossils in America'30.3294,-82.7592,,AKm73?|*$FL0045,FL0046,FL0047,FL0180
Miami(FrostMuseum)DadeFLFrost Museum of Science. 1101 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132. (305) 434-9600. General Science Museum with fossils. Admission FeeFL0251https://www.frostscience.org/25.7852,-80.1879,,AKm71|,
South MiamiDadeFLLarge (1-2m) vase/barrel shaped Pleistocene sponges in ancient drainage channels from the Eemian interglacial beds exposed in the walls of modern canals cut through the Miami limestone in area between US1 and Biscayne Bay inS. Miami and Pinecrest. (See map in ref doc).PLMiamiinvertebrates-porifera;(others)FL0258Cunningham,Rigby 200725.6262,-80.3467,,AKm73|,
-(BrantleysPit)DeSotoFLBrantley's PitPLuCaloosahatcheeinvertebrates-mollusksFL0209http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/theses/available/etd-08072002-110037/unrestricted/etd.pdf27.2168,-81.8591,location:Arcadia.FL,AKm44|*$FL0024,FL0029
-(area)DeSotoFLArea pebble Phosphate deposits-vertebrates,invertebrate castsMIBone Valleyinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(silicified);;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)(teeth),selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(bones)-artiodactyla-camelidae;(marine_mammals),perissodactyla-equidae(horses),rhinocerotidae;proboscidea-Mastodon;;reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Alligator;;turtlesFL0029Ransom,'Fossils in America'27.2168,-81.8591,location:Arcadia.FL,AKm74|*$FL0024,FL0025,FL0026,FL0027,FL0127,FL0209,FL0214,FL0219,FL0225,FL0226,FL0227
ArcadiaDeSotoFLPLPeace creekvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Bison,Odocoileus;cingulata-Pampatherium;perissodactyla-equidae-Equus;Tapirus;proboscidea-Elephas,MammutFL0024Pampatherium=Chlamytherium27.2156,-81.8586,,AGl63?|*$FL0025,FL0026,FL0027,FL0029,FL0127,FL0209,FL0225,FL0226
ArcadiaDeSotoFLPLPeace creekvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Bison,Odocoileus;cingulata-Pampatherium;perissodactyla-equidae-Equus;Tapirus;proboscidea-Elephas,MammutFL0025Pampatherium=Chlamytherium27.2211,-81.8765,,AHm73?|*$FL0024,FL0026,FL0027,FL0029,FL0127,FL0225,FL0226
Arcadia(FL70?-PeaceRiv)DeSotoFLat FL760 bridge over Peace River http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htmvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0026There does not seem to be a highway 760 in Florida. Probably FL70?27.2211,-81.8765,,AGl63?|*$FL0024,FL0025,FL0027,FL0029,FL0127,FL0225,FL0226
Arcadia(PeaceRiv)DeSotoFLIn gravels(?) along Peace Riververtebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(teeth)FL0214http://www.gamineral.org/_docs/T&T-Jan-2003.pdf27.3038,-81.8433,,AGl63?|*$FL0027,FL0029,FL0219,FL0227
Arcadia(PeaceRiv)DeSotoFLPeace River Campgropund $10 day pass for wilderness beach required-FL0226http://www.tampabayfossilclub.com27.2291,-81.8895,,AKm73?|*$FL0024,FL0025,FL0026,FL0027,FL0029,FL0127,FL0225
Arcadia(PeaceRiv?)DeSotoFL10.1km N to Brownville Rd to County Park on River. Upstream from boat ramp in shallows around island-FL0227http://www.tampabayfossilclub.com27.3038,-81.8433,,AKm73?|*$FL0027,FL0029,FL0214,FL0219
Brownsville(PeaceRiv)DeSoto?FLalong Peace Riververtebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(bones)(teeth)FL012727.2211,-81.8765,,AHm73?|*$FL0024,FL0025,FL0026,FL0027,FL0029,FL0225,FL0226
Peace CreekDeSotoFLall along length of creekPLPeace Creekvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-Myliobatis;selachii(sharks)-Carcharodon,Galeocerdo;;;mammals-artiodactyla-Bison,Cervus,Odocoileus;cingulata-glyptodontidae-Glyptodon,Hoplophorus;;perissodactyla-equidae-Equus,Hippotherium;Tapirus;pilosa-Megalonyx;proboscidea-Elephas,Mammut;sirenia-Manatus;;reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-AlligatorFL002727.2211,-81.8765,,AHm73?|*$FL0024,FL0025,FL0026,FL0029,FL0127,FL0214,FL0219,FL0225,FL0226,FL0227
Peace RiverDeSotoFLCollecting in river gravels if water level below 6ft -- check http://waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/uv?02295637-FL0225http://www.tampabayfossilclub.com27.2211,-81.8765,,AHm73?|*$FL0024,FL0025,FL0026,FL0027,FL0029,FL0127,FL0226
Peace River(BrownvilleCtyPrk)DeSotoFLIn bed of river accessible from Brownville County Parkvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(bones)FL0219http://www.blackriverfossils.org/DesotoCounty/tabid/53/TripReports/2574/Default.aspx27.2980,-81.8463,,AKm72|*$FL0027,FL0029,FL0214,FL0227
Shell CreekDeSotoFLinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-TellinaFL002826.9642,-81.9947,,AKm73?|$*FL0015
WauchulaDeSotoFLIn Peace River BedsPEvertebrates-mammals-cingulata-Dasypodidae(armadillos),glyptodontidae-Boreostracon;;pilosa-megatheriidae,(sloths)FL015527.5479,-81.8111,,AKm73?|*$FL0017,FL0156
Zolfo Springs(1000TrailsRVPrk)DeSotoFLThousand Trails RV Park -- Permission Required-FL0228http://www.tampabayfossilclub.com27.5084,-81.8018,,AKm72?|$*
Jacksonville(PonteVedreBch)DuvalFLon A1A at Ponte Vedre Beachvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(bones)(teeth)FL003230.2411,-81.3873,,AKm73?|$*FL0173
Jacksonville(StJohnsRiv)DuvalFLspoil banks along St Johns River?FL003330.3492,-81.6188,,AJm53?|$*
Jacksonville(Waterworks)DuvalFLat city waterworks-invertebrate casts and moldsinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Carditamera,pectinidae-PectenFL003130.2400,-81.5600,,AKm73?|$*
QuincyGadsdenFLIn fuller's earth minesinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,Cardita,Carolia,Chione,pectinidae-Pecten;;gastropoda-Crucibulum,Cypraea,Fulgur,Modulus,MurexFL003430.5869,-84.5833,,AKm73?|$*
Ichetucknee RiverGilchristFLPEvertebrates-mammals-pilosa-Megalonyx(a sloth)(teeth)FL003529.9322,-82.8003,,AKm73|$*
Thomas FarmGilchristFLAt Thomas Farm in bar of boulders and Fossil fragments. Important site for Miocene terrestrial vertebrates. Owned by and access controlled by State of Florida (Dept of Education?). LatLon is center of Gilchrist CountyMIHawthornvertebrates-aves(birds),mammalsFL0238http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/ponyexpress/pony11_2/Pe112.html,http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fossilhall/flpaleo/thomasfarm/thomasfarm.htm29.6881,-82.8191,location:Gilchrist_County_Center,AJm74|*$FL0036,FL0037,FL0038
Thomas FarmGilchristFLin sinkhole exposure http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htmMIinvertebrates-mollusksFL003729.6881,-82.8191,location:Gilchrist_County_Center,AJm74|*$FL0036,FL0038,FL0238
Thomas FarmGilchristFLMIHawthorn (Hemingford)vertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Alligator;;turtles-GeocheloneFL003629.6881,-82.8191,location:Gilchrist_County_Center,AJm74|*$FL0037,FL0038,FL0238
-Gilchrist|ColumbiaFLPEvertebrates-mammals-proboscidea-MammutFL003829.6881,-82.8191,location:Gilchrist_County_Center,AJm74|*$FL0036,FL0037,FL0238
Banana CreekGladesFLIn tributary of Caloosahatchee River in fresh water Marlinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Anomalocardia,Chlamys,Laevicardium;gastropoda-Cerithium,HelisomaFL003928.5950,-80.7253,,AKm73?|$*
Harnby Canal(?)GladesFLLake Okeechobeeinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Olivella,TyphisFL0040Probably 'Harney Pond canal'27.0041,-81.0709,,AKm73|$*
Moore HavenGladesFLPLCaloosahatcheeinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaFL004126.8328,-81.0933,,AKm73?|$*
Ortona LocksGladesFL400 meters W of Atlantic Coast Line bridge near Coffee Mill Hammockinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Chione,Transennella;gastropoda-Bulla,OlivellaFL004226.7891,-81.3041,,AKm72|$*FL0043
Ortona LocksGladesFLnear locks in marine marlinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,Bothrocorbula,Phacoides;gastropoda-Cerithium,Hanetia,Mitra,VermiculariaFL004326.7891,-81.3041,,AKm72|$*FL0042
White Springs(RRtrestle)HamiltonFLat RR trestle to Winvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoideaFL004730.3294,-82.7592,,AKm73?|*$FL0023,FL0045,FL0046,FL0180
White Springs(SuwanneeRiv)HamiltonFLalong banks of Suwannee Riverinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea;;;vertebrates(bones)(fragments)-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL004630.3294,-82.7592,,AKm73?|*$FL0023,FL0045,FL0047,FL0180
White Springs(area)HamiltonFLIn area quarriesinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoideaFL004530.3294,-82.7592,,AKm73?|*$FL0023,FL0046,FL0047,FL0180
Withlacoochee RiverHamilton?FLPE?vertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-PseudocerasFL004828.5719,-82.2003,,AKm73?|$*
-(area)HardeeFLIn area phosphate pits if permission can be securedMIBone Valleyvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(bones)FL0220http://www.blackriverfossils.org/TripReports/HardeeCounty/tabid/53/pt/1/Filter/83/Default.aspx27.6093,-82.0047,,AJj43|*$FL0049,FL0073
Fort Green MineHardeeFLMIuBone Valley Uppervertebrates-aves(birds),reptilia-crocodilia,turtles-Chrysemys,GeocheloneFL004927.6681,-82.0070,,AKm72|*$FL0073,FL0220
Peace River above Wachulla SpringsHardee?FLPEvertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-Tapirus;proboscidea(mammoths)FL001727.5497,-81.7925,,AKm73|*$FL0155,FL0156
Caloosahatchee RiverHendryFLfor 24km along river in vicinity of Ft Denaudinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Chlamys,Lima,Ostrea,pectinidae-Pecten;Placunanomia,Thracia;gastropoda-BulinusFL005126.7494,-81.4695,,AJj23?|*$FL0050,FL0052,FL0053,FL0054,FL0055,FL0056,FL0057,FL0094,FL0210,FL0211
Caloosahatchee RiverHendryFLPLuCaloosahatcheeinvertebrates-mollusksFL0211http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/theses/available/etd-08072002-110037/unrestricted/etd.pdf26.7494,-81.4695,,AJj23?|*$FL0050,FL0051,FL0052,FL0053,FL0054,FL0055,FL0057
Caloosahatchee RiverHendryFLinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Ficus,VasumFL005026.7494,-81.4695,,AJj23?|*$FL0051,FL0052,FL0053,FL0054,FL0055,FL0057,FL0211
Fort DenaudHendryFLW in banks of Caloosahatchee Riverinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-cirripedia-Balanus;;;mollusks-bivalvia-Chlamys,Lima,Ostrea,pectinidae-Pecten;Placunanomia,ThraciaFL005326.7494,-81.4695,,AJj23?|*$FL0050,FL0051,FL0052,FL0054,FL0055,FL0056,FL0057,FL0094,FL0210,FL0211
Fort DenaudHendryFLinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Clathrodrillia,PlanorbisFL005426.7494,-81.4695,,AJj23?|*$FL0050,FL0051,FL0052,FL0053,FL0055,FL0057,FL0211
Fort Denaud(FtDenaudBr)HendryFLIn Lower bank of Caloosahatchee River at Ft Denaud bridge 3.2km E(? W?) of La BellePEFort Thompsoninvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Meandrina,Siderastrea;;;mollusks-bivalvia-Anadara;gastropoda-Conus,Murex,XenophoraFL005526.7455,-81.4670,,AKm73|*$FL0050,FL0051,FL0052,FL0053,FL0054,FL0057,FL0211
Fort Denaud(N3)HendryFL2 to 4 km Ninvertebrates(?)(abundant)FL005226.7494,-81.4695,,AKm73?|*$FL0050,FL0051,FL0053,FL0054,FL0055,FL0057,FL0211
Fort Thompson(LaBelle-3N)HendryFL2.5 km N of La Belle along Caloosahatchee RiverMI-PLinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Chione;gastropoda-TurritellaFL005626.7701,-81.4375,,AKm72|*$FL0051,FL0053,FL0094,FL0210
La Belle(E3-FtDenaudBr)HendryFL3 km E near Ft Denaud Bridge. Fort Denaud is West of LaBelleinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusksFL005726.7494,-81.4695,,AKm73?|*$FL0050,FL0051,FL0052,FL0053,FL0054,FL0055,FL0211
Labelle(CochranPit)HendryFLCochran Shell Pit near LaBellePLuCaloosahatcheeinvertebrates-mollusksFL0210http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/theses/available/etd-08072002-110037/unrestricted/etd.pdf26.7542,-81.4396,location:LaBelle.FL,AKm73|*$FL0051,FL0053,FL0056,FL0094
Labelle(CochranPit)HendryFLCochran Shell PitPECaloosahatcheeinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Stralopecten(Strahlopecten?);gastropoda-DiodoraFL0273http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/collections-database/molluscs/bivalves/26.7617,-81.4384,,AKm73?|,
Tri-Britton RanchHendryFLTri-Britton site http://utweb.ut.edu/faculty/mmeers/res/dig/PEvertebrates(marine)(terrestrial mammals)FL005827.8719,-81.7139,,AKm72|$*
Brooksville(N11)HernandoFL11 km Ninvertebrates-mollusks(diverse)FL006028.6689,-82.3954,,AKm72|*$FL0065
Brooksville(NW16)HernandoFL16 km NWinvertebrates-mollusks(diverse)FL006128.6882,-82.5204,,AKm72|$*
Brooksville(SW2)HernandoFL2 km SWinvertebrates-mollusks(diverse)FL006228.5393,-82.4057,,AKm72|$*FL0065
Brooksville(W6)HernandoFL6 km Winvertebrates-mollusks(diverse)FL006328.5580,-82.4593,,AKm72|*$FL0064,FL0065
Brooksville(W8)HernandoFL8 km Winvertebrates-mollusks(diverse)FL006428.5562,-82.4812,,AKm72|*$FL0063,FL0065
Brooksville(area)HernandoFLarea exposuresinvertebrates-mollusks(diverse)FL006528.5568,-82.3844,,AKm73|*$FL0060,FL0062,FL0063,FL0064
Vulcan(GenexQry)HernandoFL16km N of Brownville on W side of road in CEMEX/Vulcan Quarry -- Permission Required -- Currently Groups Only-FL0224http://www.tampabayfossilclub.com/images/vulcan.gif27.3974,-81.7949,,AKm73|$*
-(area)HillsboroughFLArea pebble Phosphate deposits-vertebrates;invertebrates-castsMIBone Valleyinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(silicified);;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)(teeth),selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(bones)-artiodactyla-camelidae;(marine_mammals),perissodactyla-equidae(horses),rhinocerotidae;proboscidea-Mammut;;reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Alligator;;turtlesFL0080Ransom,'Fossils in America'27.9410,-82.2320,location:Valrico.FL,AJj24|$*
Apollo BeachHillsboroughFLWell preserved vertebratesinvertebrates,vertebrates(marine)(bones)-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL006627.7721,-82.3897,,AKm73?|*$FL0067,FL0068,FL0235
Apollo BeachHillsboroughFLPEvertebrates-mammals-cingulata-glyptodontidae-Glyptodon;;perissodactyla-equidae-EquusFL0235http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php27.7721,-82.3897,,AKm73?|*$FL0066,FL0067,FL0068
Apollo Beach(FL41)HillsboroughFL9 km N of Ruskin on FL41MIvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL006727.7714,-82.4064,,AKm73?|*$FL0066,FL0068,FL0235
Apollo Beach(FL41)HillsboroughFLS of Tampa W of FL41 http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htmvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(bones)FL006827.7721,-82.3897,,AKm73?|*$FL0066,FL0067,FL0235
Ballast Point-Tampa BayHillsboroughFLAltered Silicified CoralsMIinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(silicified)FL007027.8883,-82.4810,,AKm72|$*FL0069
Ballast Point-Tampa BayHillsboroughFLinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(geodes)(silicified)FL006927.8883,-82.4810,,AKm72|*$FL0070
Blackwater CreekHillsboroughFL4 km S of Pasco County Line in stream bed at Seaboard Air Line RR crossingMITampa Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks(diverse)FL007128.1517,-82.2128,,AKm73?|$*
Caloosa Shell PitHillsboroughFLPleistocene mammals -- closed and converted to a wetland preserve in early 21st centuryPEvertebrates-mammalia,reptilia-cheloniaFL0257http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/55297-my-fossil-finds-from-the-caloosa-shell-pit-in-florida/27.6813,-82.4901,,AKm72|,
Davis Is-Tampa BayHillsboroughFLinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(geodes)(silicified)FL007227.9149,-82.4561,,AKm72|$*
Four Corners MineHillsboroughFLMIuBone Valley Uppervertebrates-aves(birds)(bones)FL007327.6473,-82.0538,,AKm73|*$FL0049,FL0220
Hillsborough River N of Tampa BayHillsboroughFLinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(geodes)(silicified)FL0074Ransom,'Fossils in America'28.0226,-82.4308,,AKm74|$*FL0217
Kingsford MineHillsboroughFLMIuBone Valley Uppervertebrates(bones)-aves(birds)FL0075Original says Kinsford Mine-may be in Polk County27.9071,-81.9855,,AKm73|*$FL0140,FL0150
Leisey Shell PitHillsboroughFLAbout 7 km southwest of Ruskin near Cockroach Bay, Hillsborough County, FloridaFL0256https://www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/florida-vertebrate-fossils/sites/leisey-shell-pit-1a/27.69,-82.50,,AKm72|,
Leisey Shell Pit 1AHillsboroughFLLate Irvingtonian mammals(bones)vertebrates-mammals(bones)FL007727.7053,-82.4917,,AKm73|$*FL0076
Leisey(area)HillsboroughFLin area excavationPEvertebrates-mammals,(petrified wood)FL007627.7053,-82.4917,,AKm73|$*FL0077
Orient Park(S)HillsboroughFLS between dam and FL60invertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusksFL007827.9722,-82.3731,,AKm73|$*FL0079
Plant City(DinosaurWorld)HillsboroughFLDinosaur World Florida,5145 Harvey Tew Road,Plant City , FL 33565. (813) 717-9865 Dinosaur models, Animatonic dinosaurs, fossils. Admission Fee. Seems to be a roadside attaction with a small museum associated?FL0249https://dinosaurworld.com/28.0278,-82.1920,,AKm72|,
RuskinHillsboroughFLPaleo Preserve Fossil Museum, 4140 24th SE Street, Ruskin, FL, 33570. Small museum located at Camp Bayou Nature preserve. Features fossils from Leisey Shell Pit. Open SaturdaysPEinvertebrates,vertebrates-fish-selachii(sharks)(teeth);mammals-(sabertooth cats),proboscidea-Mastodon;glyptodontidae,(giant sloths)FL0255http://paleopreserve.com/27.6673,-82.4022,,AKm72|,
Sixmile Creek(dam S of OrientPrk)HillsboroughFLbetween the RR tracks and the dam S of Orient ParkMITampa Limestoneinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusksFL007930.3725,-81.7339,,AKm73?|*$FL0078
Tampa BayHillsboroughFLIn bay accessible from public parkvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;reptilia(teeth)FL0221http://www.blackriverfossils.org/HillsboroughCounty/tabid/53/TripReports/503/Default.aspx27.8514,-82.5545,,AKm74?|$*
Econfina Creek(FL20-FL388)HolmesFLin exposures below water between FL20 and FL388 http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htminvertebrates-mollusksFL008130.4102,-85.5488,,AKm73|$*FL0012
Vero Beach(beaches)Indian RiverFLFossils along beaches N to Georgia State Line?FL008329.3056,-81.0571,,AGg25?|$*
Vero(canal)Indian RiverFLIn banks of canal-Indian artifactsPEplants,vertebrates-aves(birds)(bones),fish,mammalsFL008227.6253,-80.3755,,AKm73?|$*
Florida Caverns State ParkJacksonFLDiverse Fossils in limestone formations in cave. Exceptionally large forams and nautilus. One hour tours. A small flashlight may be desirable for examining specimens. No CollectingE-OLinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-corals,echinoderms-echinoidea(40 taxa),mollusks-cephalopoda-nautiloidea-Aturia;;protists-forams(very large)FL0244101 American Fossil Sites-Dickas30.8086,-85.2131,,AKm72|,
MariannaJacksonFLEOcala Limestonevertebrates-mammals(bones)-sireniaFL008430.7683,-85.2053,,AKm73|*$FL0193,FL0194,FL0204
Windley Key Fossil Reef State ParkJacksonFLCoral reef limestones in old quarry. No CollectingPEinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-Diploria,Montastrea;mollusks-gastropoda-LithophagaFL0245101 American Fossil Sites-Dickas24.9506,-80.5956,,AKm72|,
Aucilla RiverJeffersonFLvertebrates(bones)PL-HvertebratesFL0233https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aucilla_River30.1083,-83.9822,,AKm74|$*FL0087
Aucilla RiverJefferson?FL9 km inland from mouth http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htmvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammalsFL008730.1484,-83.9705,,AKm73?|$*FL0233
Flint Rock(ESE2)JeffersonFL2 km ESE in quarryinvertebrates-mollusksFL0085Ransom,'Fossils in America'28.7309,-81.8263,,AKm74|$*
Lamont(?)JeffersonFLIn small exposure of Jackson bedsEJacksoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Venericardia;gastropoda-TurritellaFL0086Original listing is for Arkansas. It is doubtful that there is a Lamont in Arkansas although a Topozone search on Lamont does end up on a barren hilltop at 34.1N 92.275W in Grant County34.1,-92.275,,AKm73?|$*
Suwannee RiverLafayetteFLin Quarry .8km N and .8km W of S250 crossing of riverEOcala Limestone?FL009029.9658,-82.9448,,AKm73?|$*
Suwannee RiverLafayetteFLvertebrates in old channel deposits-well preserved fossilsMI(Arikareean)vertebratesFL0088There is no town of Lafayette, but there is a Lafayette county with its county seat at Mayo30.1077,-83.1562,,AKm74?|$*
Suwannee River(mouth)LafayetteFLat mouth of river in mud http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htmvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL008929.2881,-83.1661,,AKm73?|$*
SuwanneeRiv+FL350LafayetteFL1 km W of Suwannee River and 1 km N of FL 250 (FL350?) in spoil piles from dredginginvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;;mollusks,(others)FL009130.0100,-83.2228,,AKm72|$*
Englewood(ManasotaBch)LeeFLat end of Manasota Beach Road http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htmvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)(abundant)FL009326.9256,-82.3570,,AKm73?|*$FL0166,FL0167,FL0168,FL0232
LabelleLeeFLPLvertebrates-reptilia-turtles(bones)-TrachemysFL0094Ransom,'Fossils in America'26.7594,-81.4411,,AKm73?|*$FL0051,FL0053,FL0056,FL0210
Bloxham(HarveyCk)LeonFLs8t1sr3w 1 km above highway bridge at abandoned mill on Harvey's Creek 30.4109 84.5540 Probably in banks of Harvey Creek about 2km SW of Hollandinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalviaFL0095Ransom,'Fossils in America'30.4109,-84.5540,s8t1sr3w,AKm73|$*FL0097
Ellenton(RockyBluff)LeonFL2 km away at Rocky Bluff on Manatee RiverMIinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,pectinidae-Pecten;Perna,VenusFL0096Ransom,'Fossils in America'27.5123,-82.541,,AKm73?|$*
Holland P.O.(N2-OchlockoneeRiv)LeonFL2 km N in hard light-grey Limestone on bank of Ochlockonee River sw1/4s16t1sr4w 30.3919 846417 At Jackson Bluff?MIuinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalviaFL009730.428,-84.533,sw1/4s16t1sr4w,AKm73?|*$FL0095,FL0098
Jackson BluffLeonFLPLJackson Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-TurritellaFL0260http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/collections-database/molluscs/gastropods/30.3891,-84.6419,,AKm72|,
Tallahassee(JacksonBluff)LeonFLat Jackson Bluff near dam on the East side of the Ochlocknee River in claysMIJackson Bluffinvertebrates-mollusksFL009830.428,-84.533,,AGl63?|$*FL0097
West SopchoppyLeonFLinvertebrates(diverse)-echinoderms-echinoidea-Scutella;;mollusks-bivalvia-CaroliaFL009930.0653,-84.5150,,AKm73|$*
Gulf Hammock(FL55)LevyFLSW on FL 55(No FL55 in the area?)EInglisinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusksFL010129.0956,-82.7058,,AKm73?|$*FL0100
Gulf Hammock(FL55-SW5)LevyFL4.5 km S SW of FL55EInglisinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-echinoideaFL010029.0956,-82.7058,,AKm73?|$*FL0101
InglisLevyFLIn exposures on cross Florida Barge Canal 1.6km SEInglisinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusksFL010229.0137,-82.6649,,AKm73?|$*FL0103
Inglis(?)(S2)LevyFL2 km Sinvertebrates(diverse)-echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusksFL0103Original says Ingles. Can't locate Ingles,but Ingles seems to be an occasional misspelling of Inglis29.0137,-82.6649,,AKm73?|$*FL0102
MontbrookLevyFLA vertebrate fossil site on private land managed by the University of Florida in Gainsville. Numerous mostly disarticulated terrestrial and freshwater vertebrates plus shark and ray teeth. No collecting, but some supervised volunteer labor is used at times. Digs are in Winter and Spring--March-April in 2021. Contact Phone Number: 352-273-1821PLlvertebrates-amphibia,aves,fish,mammalia,reptilia-crocodilia,cheloniaFL0247https://www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/montbrook/29.3301,-82.4470,,AKm73|,
Williston(NE2-NixonBoneBed)LevyFL2.4km NE at Mixon's Bone BedMI(Hemphill)Alachua Clayvertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneFL010429.4076,-82.4349,,AKm73?|$*FL0105
Williston(NE2-NixonBoneBed)LevyFL2km NE at Mixon's Bone BedMIAlachua Clayvertebrates-aves(birds)-Anhinga,Ciconia,Dendrocygna,Grus,Penelope,Podilymbus,Rollandia;reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Alligator;;turtles-Chrysemys,Deirochelys,TrionyxFL0105Hemphill Age29.4076,-82.4349,,AKm73?|$*FL0104
Alum BluffLibertyFLMicoene plant and marine At Alum Bluff -- a high bluff on the E side of the Apalachicola River -- and other nearby exposures on E side or Apalachicola River. The good news is that the area is apparently open to collecting. The bad news is that access looks to be primarily by boatMI,PLChipola,Alum Bluff,Jackson Bluffinvertebrates(abundant,divrse),vertebrates-fish(sharks),mammals;plants(leaves,nuts)FL0270http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/67729-trip-to-alum-bluff-on-the-apalachicola/,https://blog.wfsu.org/blog-coastal-health/2017/02/geologists-view-apalachicola-river-shark-fossils-rocks/30.4691,-84.9859,,AKm72|,
Alum Bluff(N4)LibertyFL3.5 km N in road cut on old road to Watson's Landinginvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,gastropoda-EcphoraFL010630.5040,-84.9865,,AKm73?|*$FL0108,FL0111
Bristol(AlumBluff)LibertyFLat Alum Bluff on Apalachicola River,on Nature Conservancy property. 2 km by trial NE of end of Garden of Eden Road off of FL12. largest exposed geologic section in Florida (nearly 40 meters)MIlAlum Bluffinvertebrates-mollusksFL010930.4713,-84.9818,,AKm73|$*FL0110
Bristol(N7)LibertyFL6.5 km N in silty sand on high bluff on E bank of Apalachicola RiverMIJackson Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks(good)FL010830.4914,-84.9859,,AKm73|*$FL0106,FL0110,FL0111
Bristol(N7)LibertyFLin high bluff on E bank of Apalachicola River 6.4km NMIJackson Bluffinvertebrates-mollusksFL011030.4713,-84.9818,,AKm73|*$FL0108,FL0109
Bristol(Woods)LibertyFL10 km downstream near Woodsinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-CancellariaFL010730.3388,-84.9906,,AKm73|$*
Bristol(area)LibertyFL3.5 km N of Alum Bluff in road cut on old road to Watson's LandingMIl?Alum Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,gastropoda-EcphoraFL011130.5044,-84.9865,,AKm43|*$FL0106,FL0108
Hosford(N3-BigCreek)LibertyFL3.5 km N on Big Creek at the site of a millinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-CancellariaFL011230.4163,-84.7942,,AKm73?|$*
Manatee(NorthCk)LibertyFLAt North CreekAlum Bluffinvertebrates(?)(abundant)FL0113It is quite unclear where Manatee, FL is or was.27.6425,-82.5208,,AKm75?|$*
Ellaville(SuwanneeRiv)MadisonFL6.5 km above on Suwannee River on Right bankinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-RhyncholampasFL0044Ellaville(extinct) was near the crossing of US90 over the Suwannee River30.4351,-83.1226,,AKm73?|$*
-(QualAggrPit)ManateeFLQuality Aggregates Phase 9PLuTamiamiinvertebrates-mollusksFL0212http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/theses/available/etd-08072002-110037/unrestricted/etd.pdf27.3625,-82.5195,,AKm74|$*
Bradenton(BishopMuseum)ManateeFLBishop Museum of Science and Nature. 201 10th St. W Bradenton, FL 34205 941-746-4131 info@bishopscience.org. Science museum with fossilsFL0254https://bishopscience.org/about-south-florida-museum/27.4982,-82.5715,,AKm72|,
Dunnellon(CullenRivMine)MarionFLIn Cullen River MinePEvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Odocoileus(deer)(teeth)FL011429.0489,-82.4611,,AKm73?|$*
Marion County(area)MarionFLIn area phosphate minesvertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae-Hipparion;;proboscidea-MastodonFL011529.2494,-82.0417,,AJk73?|$*FL0116
Marion County(area)MarionFLIn area quarriesEuOcala Limestoneinvertebrates(diverse)FL011629.2494,-82.0417,,AJm53?|$*FL0115
OcalaMarionFL400 meters Nprotists-forams-NummulitesFL011829.1075,-81.6311,,AKm73?|$*FL0119
OcalaMarionFLEOcala Limestoneinvertebrates-echinodermsFL011729.1845,-82.1363,,AKk43?|*$FL0121,FL0122,FL0123
Ocala(FloridaLimeCo)MarionFLFlorida Lime Co pitvertebrates-reptilia-turtles(bones)FL011929.1075,-81.6311,,AKl73?|$*FL0118
Ocala(SWpart)MarionFLSW part of city quarriesprotists-forams-NummulitesFL012029.1655,-82.1673,,AKm73?|*$FL0121,FL0122,FL0123
Ocala(area)MarionFLarea quarriesinvertebrates-mollusksFL012229.1845,-82.1363,,AKk43?|*$FL0117,FL0120,FL0121,FL0123
Ocala(area)MarionFLarea quarriesprotists-forams-NummulitesFL012129.1845,-82.1363,,AKk43?|*$FL0117,FL0120,FL0122,FL0123
Ocala(area)MarionFLon mine dumpsinvertebrates-brachiopodaFL012329.1845,-82.1363,,AKk43?|*$FL0117,FL0120,FL0121,FL0122
Reddick(caves)MarionFLFissure and caves. Cited as major site for Rancho LaBrean faunaPEvertebrates-mammals(bones)FL0124Original source says Reddick IA but that's possibly a site designator (I-A) not a state abbreviation29.3664,-82.1975,,AKm73?|$*
?MartinFLLat Lon is in a cluster of sand pits S of Port Mayaca, but actual exposure could be anywhere in (Western part?) of Martin CountyPECaloosahatcheeinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-SiphocypraeaFL0259http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/collections-database/molluscs/gastropods/26.9715,-80.5998,,AKm74?|,
-Miami-DadeFLPLCaloosahatcheeinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-ArcaFL012625.7894,-80.2249,,AJj14|$*FL0125
MiamiMiami-DadeFLinvertebrates-bryozoa-SchizoporellaFL012525.7100,-80.3281,,AJj14?|$*FL0126
Windley Key Fossil Reef Geological State ParkMonroeFLReef formed during Eemian Interglacial highstandPEinvertebrates-cnidaria-coralsFL0242https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windley_Key_Fossil_Reef_Geological_State_Park24.9494,-80.5960,,AKm73|$*
-Monroe|VolusiaFLMonroe and Volusia coubties are hundreds of miles apartPEvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae;(deer),(dire_wolves)FL009229.2097,-81.0352,location:Daytona Beach.FL,AGg15|$*
Amelia Is(AreaBeaches)NassauFLMiocene and Pliocene marine vertebrate fossils on area beaches. Mostly shark teeth with best collecting at high tide lineMI,PLvertebrates-fish-(sharks-teeth-vertebrae)-Carcharhinus,Carcharodon,Galeocerdo,Megalodon,Negaprion,Odontaspis;(rays-teeth-spines);(teleosts)(bones);mammals-cetacea(bones)FL0277https://fossilguy.com/sites/amelia/index.htm30.6699,-81.4313,,AKm73|,
Fernandina BeachNassauFLN of JacksonvilleMIvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL012830.6521,-81.4344,,AKm71|*$FL0030,FL0237
Fernandina BeachNassauFLat Fernandina Beachinvertebrates,vertebrates(marine)(bones)-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL003030.6521,-81.4344,,AKm71|*$FL0128,FL0237
Fernandina BeachNassauFLvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth) in float on beachMI?vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0237http://www.usatoday.com/travel/destinations/2005-03-28-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-beach_x.htm30.6521,-81.4344,,AKm71|*$FL0030,FL0128
Fort Clinch ParkNassauFLAlong beach at Fort Clinch State Park. Miocene and Pliocene marine vertebrate fossils on area beaches. Mostly shark teeth with best collecting at high tide lineMI,PLvertebrates-fish-(sharks-teeth-vertebrae)-Carcharhinus,Carcharodon,Galeocerdo,Megalodon,Negaprion,Odontaspis;(rays-teeth-spines);(teleosts)(bones);mammals-cetacea(bones)FL0278https://fossilguy.com/sites/amelia/index.htm30.70155,-81.4341,,AKm73|,
Yellow RiverOkaloosaFLlat lon is Oak GroveMIAlum Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-ConusFL0263http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/collections-database/molluscs/gastropods/30.9249,-86.5675,,AKm73?|,
Fort Drum(FtDrumMine)OkeechobeeFLAt Ft Drum Crystal Mine--FL441. East on 304th St. 4.4km to quarry entrance --permission required--feePENashuainvertebrates-mollusks(abundant);vertebrates(bones)-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0216http://www.gamineral.org/_docs/T&T-Jan-2003.pdf27.5174,-80.7555,,AKm73|$*FL0213
Fort Drum(RucksPit)OkeechobeeFLAt Rucks Pit--permission required--feePEAnastasiainvertebrates-mollusks(abundant);vertebrates(bones)-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0213http://www.gamineral.org/_docs/T&T-Jan-2003.pdf27.5314,-80.8072,,AKm73|*$FL0216
Rucks PitOkeechobeeFLRuck's Pit, aka The Fort Drum Crystal Mine, was/is a road metal quarry in operation from about 1950 to about 2006. It produced calcite replaced shells. The original pit is reported to be flooded, but some spoil piles may be accessible at times although specimen quality may be problematic. Reports are mixed and confusingPEAnastasiainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Mercenaria,(others?)FL0272http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/collections-database/molluscs/bivalves/,https://www.mindat.org/mesg-257932.html27.6333,-80.8664,,AKm73?|,
Orlando(OSC)OrangeFLOrlando Science Center,777 E. Princeton St. Orlando, Florida 32803, Appears to be a child oriented general science museum with some fossil material? Admission fee FL0248https://www.osc.org/28.5721,-81.3683,,AKm72|,
Belle Glade(US27)Palm BeachFLW along US27 to La Belle-Moore Haven in road,canal and pit exposures,Well preserved fossilsPLCaloosahatcheeinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusksFL012926.6815,-80.7354,,AKm73?|$*FL0130
Belle Glade(US27)Palm BeachFLalong US27 to and around Moore Haven in pits and road cutsPLCaloosahatcheeinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusksFL013026.6815,-80.7354,,AKm73?|$*FL0129
Miami CanalPalm BeachFLArbitrary lat-lon on the canal in Palm Beach CtyPECaloosahatcheeinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Echinofulgur,Lobatus,TurboFL0261http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/collections-database/molluscs/gastropods/26.6960,-80.8068,,AKm74?|,
Ryan Star PitPalm BeachFLCochran Shell PitPEBermontinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-SemicassisFL0271http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/collections-database/molluscs/gastropods/26.7617,-81.4384,,AKm73?|,
South Bay(WaterPlant)Palm BeachFLat South Bay Water Plantinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusksFL013226.6876,-80.7621,,AKm73?|$*FL0131
South Bay(waterPlant)Palm BeachFLPit of South Bay Water Plant and in overlying PleistocenePLCaloosahatcheeinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusksFL013126.6876,-80.7621,,AKm73?|$*FL0132
Wellington(PalmBeachMuseum)Palm BeachFLPalm Beach Museum of Natural History. 10300 Forest Hill Blvd. The Wellington Green Mall Suite 172 Wellington FL 33414. (561) 729-4246. Museum oriented toward Carribean paleontology and archeology as well as Western US Cretaceous paleontology. FL0253https://www.pbmnh.org/26.6476,-80.2090,,AKm72|,
Hudson(N2)PascoFL2 km Ninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium,Panopea,Teredo,Thracia;gastropoda-Cerithium,Cypraea,Lyria,Orthaulax,TurritellaFL013328.3873,-82.6972,,AKm73?|$*FL0134
Hudson(N4)PascoFL3.5 km Ninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium,Panopea,Teredo,Thracia;gastropoda-Cerithium,Cypraea,Lyria,Orthaulax,TurritellaFL013428.3983,-82.6764,,AKm73?|$*FL0133
New Port Richey(BaileysWharf)PascoFLto S at Bailey's Bluffinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(silicified)FL013628.1985,-82.7785,,AKm73?|$*
New Port Richey(Bch)PascoFLFossils along beaches N past Sarasota?FL013527.9556,-82.8259,,AHi23?|$*
Zepherhills(S4-FLTrapRockQry)PascoFL4 km S in pits on Florida trap Rock Co propertyOLSuwannee Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Chione,Glycymeris,Lima,Modiolus,Teredo;gastropoda-Ampullina,Cerithium,Turritella,(others)FL013728.2013,-82.1923,,AKm73|$*
St Petersburg(FossilPark)PinellasFLA city park with a fossil displayvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0241https://geonames.usgs.gov/apex/27.5001,-82.3844,,AKm73|$*
Tarpon Springs(AncloteRiv)PinellasFL2 km away along Anclote River in Limestoneprotists-forams-NummulitesFL013828.1458,-82.7569,,AKm73?|$*FL0139
Tarpon Springs(area)PinellasFLarea exposuresinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(chalcedony)(silicified);(others)FL013928.1458,-82.7569,,AKm73?|$*FL0138
-PolkFLMIBone Valleyvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-Carcharodon;;;mammals-artiodactyla-Platygonus;carnivora-Agriotherium,Edaphocyon,pinnipedia-phocidae-Monachus;;Plesiogulo,;perissodactyla-equidae-Calippus,Nannippus,Pliohippus,Pseudhipparion;Tapirus;sirenia-MetaxytheriumFL015727.7735,-81.9196,,AKm74|*$FL0142,FL0158,FL0159,FL0160,FL0222
-(area)PolkFLArea pebble Phosphate deposits-invertebrate casts,vertebratesMIBone Valleyinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(silicified);;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)(teeth),selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(marine)(bones)-artiodactyla-camelidae;perissodactyla-equidae(horses),rhinocerotidae-Rhinoceros;;proboscidea-Mammut;;reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Alligator;;turtlesFL0158Ransom,'Fossils in America'27.7735,-81.9196,,AKm74|*$FL0142,FL0157,FL0159,FL0160,FL0222
-(area)PolkFLIn area phosphate pits if permission can be securedMIBone Valleyvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(bones)FL0222http://www.blackriverfossils.org/TripReports/PolkCounty/tabid/53/pt/1/Filter/88/Default.aspx27.7735,-81.9196,,AKm74|*$FL0142,FL0157,FL0158,FL0159,FL0160
Agrico MinePolkFLMIBone Valleyvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Hexameryx;perissodactyla-equidae-Nannippus,Neohipparion;;proboscidea-Gomphotherium;sirenia-MetaxytheriumFL014027.8913,-81.9786,,AKm73|*$FL0075,FL0141,FL0142,FL0149,FL0150
BartowPolkFLMIBone Valley?vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)(denticles)-Myliobatis,Trygon;selachii(sharks)FL014127.8961,-81.8433,,AKm53?|*$FL0140
Bone Valley(area)PolkFLin Phosphate pitsMI-PEvertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae(horses)-Hipparion,Merychippus,Nannippus,Neohipparion;;;reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-AlligatorFL014227.7735,-81.9196,,AKm53|*$FL0140,FL0157,FL0158,FL0159,FL0160,FL0222
BrewsterPolkFLMIBone Valleyvertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Tomistoma;GavialosuchusFL014327.7525,-81.9797,,AKm53?|*$FL0144,FL0145
BrewsterPolkFLMIBone Valley?vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-lepisosteidae-Gar(scales);;;mammals-(porpoises),(whales)(bones)FL014427.7525,-81.9797,,AKm53?|*$FL0143,FL0145
BrewsterPolkFLMIBone Valley?vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-lepisosteidae-Gar(scales);;;mammals-(porpoises),(whales)(bones)FL014527.7525,-81.9797,,AKm53?|*$FL0143,FL0144
Fort Meade Phosphate(area)PolkFLMIHawthorninvertebrates-echinodermsFL014727.7011,-81.8424,,AKm54|*$FL0146,FL0215
Fort Meade(CargillFertQy)PolkFLAt Cargill Fertilizer quarry on Peeples RoadvertebratesFL014627.7011,-81.8424,,AKm72|*$FL0147,FL0215
Fort Meade(CargillMine)PolkFLAt Cargill Phosphate Mine. W 3-4km from FL17 on Rt630 to Peebles Rd on Left. About 5km to mine at end of roadinvertebrates-mollusks;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(bones)(teeth)FL0215http://www.gamineral.org/_docs/1-5mar04.pdf27.7011,-81.8424,,AKm72|*$FL0146,FL0147
Lakeland(NE11)PolkFL11 km NEinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(silicified)FL014828.1356,-81.9501,,AKm53?|$*
Mulberry(Area)PolkFLArea phosphate mines. Museum at intersection of FL37 and FL 60MIBone Valleyvertebrates(marine)FL014927.8958,-81.9741,,AKm53?|*$FL0140,FL0150
Mulberry(PhosphateMuseum)PolkFLA small museum displaying material relevant to phosphate mining in the area including marine vertebrate fossils. Mulberry Phosphate Museum, 101 S.E. 1st St. Mulberry FL 33860 US 863 425-2823. Closed SundaysFL0252http://www.mulberryphosphatemuseum.org/27.8937,-81.9733,,AKm72|,
Mulberry(area)PolkFLIn area phosphate quarriesMIBone Valleyinvertebrates(?)(abundant)FL015027.8958,-81.9741,,AKm53?|*$FL0075,FL0140,FL0149
Payne Creek MinePolkFLSame as Agrico Mine?MIuBone Valley Uppervertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-Myliobatis;selachii(sharks)(teeth)-Carcharodon;;;reptilia-turtles-Geochelone,TrionyxFL015227.6470,-81.8789,,AKm52?|$*FL0151
Payne Creek MinePolkFLMIBone Valleyvertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-AlligatorFL015127.6470,-81.8789,,AKm52?|$*FL0152
Peace Creek(area)PolkFLIn regional phosphate moundsvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Bison,Odocoileus;cingulata-Dasypodidae(Armadillos),glyptodontidae-Hoplophorus;Pampatherium;perissodactyla-equidae-Equus,Hipparion;Tapirus;proboscidea-ElephasFL0153Pampatherium=Chlamytherium27.9178,-81.8217,,AKm53?|$*
Peace RiverPolkFLFossils in river sediments -- access at Canoe Outpost off FL70 3.7km W of Arcadia. No Collecting from banksM-PL-PEvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-Carcharodon,(others)(teeth),mammalia-artiodactyla-Bison,camelidae(llama),pilosa(sloths),perissodactyla-equidae-Equus;proboscidea-Mastodon,Mammuthus;Castor(beaver),(tapir),cetacea(whales,dolphin);reptilia-turtlesFL0243101 American Fossil Sites-Dickas27.2319,-81.8914,,AKm72|,
Phosphoria MinePolkFLMIBone Valleyvertebrates-fish(vertebrae),mammals(non_marine),reptilia-turtlesFL0154Original referenced Ballistes which does not seem to be a valid genus27.7543,-81.8080,,AKm53?|$*
WauchulaPolkFLalong riverinvertebrates-mollusksFL015627.5508,-81.7936,,AKm73?|*$FL0017,FL0155
Withlacoochee RiverPolkFLClosed?invertebrates-cnidaria-corals;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0217http://www.gamineral.org/_docs/1-16nov06.pdf28.0217,-82.4306,,AKm54|$*FL0074
-Polk|HillsboroughFLMIBone Valleyvertebrates-mammals-carnivora-canidae-Borophagus(Osteoborus)FL016027.7735,-81.9196,,AJk34|*$FL0142,FL0157,FL0158,FL0159,FL0222
-Polk|HillsboroughFLMIBone Valleyvertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-GavialosuchusFL015927.7735,-81.9196,,AJk34|*$FL0142,FL0157,FL0158,FL0160,FL0222
NashuaPutnamFLIn 160cm of Marlinvertebrates-mollusks(shells)(abundant)FL016129.5183,-81.6711,,AKm73|$*
St Johns River(RRbridge)PutnamFL200 meters upstream from Atlantic Coast Line RR bridgePLNashuainvertebrates(?)(abundant)FL016230.4386,-81.5025,,AKm73?|$*
Casey KeySarasotaFL9 km S from Sarasota to Osprey then E on Hwy 789 to key. Along beach on offshore in sand http://www.levins.com/dinosaur.shtmlMI?vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-CarcharodonFL016327.1497,-82.4808,,AKm73|$*
Caspersen BeachSarasotaFLClosed to collectingvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammalsFL016427.0481,-82.4373,,AKm73|*$FL0230
Casperson Beach(SharkToothBeach)SarasotaFL Miocene? marine fossils are found along the beach.MI?vertebrates-fish(shark teeth)FL0276https://hersldtribune.com/story/entertainment/local/2018/06/20/best-beaches-in-Sarasota-bradenton-casperson-beach/1156720000727.0585,-87.0583,,AKm73|,
EnglewoodSarasotaFLOn BeachMIvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0231http://www.tampabayfossilclub.com26.9625,-82.3648,,AKm73|$*
Fruitville(MacasphaltQry)SarasotaFLShell pit of Macasphalt Co just off I75 at exit 39. Open Saturdays,for small fee as of 1987. Fossils are large and well preserved,A very large and diverse fauna-900 marine and 100 land speciesMI-PEinvertebrates(900 species)(marine)-mollusks;vertebrates(marine)(100? species)FL0165http://www.jstor.org/pss/3006877427.3294,-82.4578,,AKm73?|$*FL0169
Manasota Beach(intercoastal)SarasotaFLat intercoastal waterwayvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL016626.9259,-82.3592,,AKm73|*$FL0093,FL0167,FL0168,FL0232
Manasota Beach(intercoastal)SarasotaFLoff FL776 on intercoastal waterwayMI?vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)(abundant)(small)FL016726.9411,-82.3494,,AKm73|*$FL0093,FL0166,FL0168,FL0232
Manasota Key(bch)SarasotaFLFrom Stump Pass N to Venice along beachMIvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL016826.9259,-82.3592,,AKm73|*$FL0093,FL0166,FL0167,FL0232
Manasota(Bch)SarasotaFLOn BeachMIvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0232http://www.tampabayfossilclub.com26.9259,-82.3592,,AKm73|*$FL0093,FL0166,FL0167,FL0168
SMR Marl PitSarasotaFLSMR Aggragates Pit 8--area looks to be flooded quarry on sat maps circa 2022PLTamiamiinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-MercenariaFL0274http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/collections-database/molluscs/bivalves/,https://segs.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/SEGS-Guidebook-No-56.pdf27.3745,-82.3851,,AKm72|,
Sarasota(warrenBrosPit)SarasotaFLin Warren Brother's pit 1.6km E Same as FL0165PEPinecrestinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusks-(biostromes),bivalvia-OstreaFL0169Biostromes are calcaerous horizontal or lenticular structures of shell fragments deposited by sedentary lifeforms. Allowed to flood when mining operations ceased in the 1990s. Now Nathan Benderson Park.27.3596,-82.4551,,AKm73?|$*FL0165
Venice Beach(bch)SarasotaFLVastly reduced chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth) in float due to two cycles of beach reclamation efforts since 2000 which have covered the source bedsMIvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0236http://www.usatoday.com/travel/destinations/2005-03-28-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-beach_x.htm27.1001,-82.4593,,AKm71|*$FL0223,FL0230
Venice(bch)SarasotaFLAlong beach -- much collecting by Scubavertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(bones)FL0223http://www.blackriverfossils.org/TripReports/SarasotaCounty/tabid/53/pt/1/Filter/89/Default.aspx27.1001,-82.4593,,AKm71|*$FL0230,FL0236
Venice(bch)SarasotaFLOn Beach at Park at end of Harbor DriveMIvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0230http://www.tampabayfossilclub.com27.0664,-82.4470,,AKm71|*$FL0164,FL0223,FL0236
Anastasia IslandSt JohnsFLopposite St Augustine in coquinainvertebrates(shells)(abundant)(coquina)FL017029.8264,-81.2775,,AKm73|$*
Florida Coast Line CanalSt JohnsFL51.2km N of St Augustinevertebrates-reptilia-turtles(bones)FL017130.5203,-81.4623,,AJk34?|$*FL0172
Hastings(ECoastAggregatesQry)St JohnsFLEast Coast Aggregates Pit. 358 Merryfield Ln, Hastings, FL 32145, Google Maps says Permanently closedPENashuainvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Clathrodrillia,Compsodrillia,Cymatosyrinx(Cymatoxyrinx?),VexillumFL0269http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/collections-database/molluscs/gastropods/29.6899,-81.5239,,AKm72|,
Inland WaterwaySt JohnsFL51.2 km S (N?) of St Augustinevertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae-Equus;;pilosa-Mylodon;proboscidea-Elephas,Mammut;(whales)(bones)FL017230.5203,-81.4623,,AJk34?|*$FL0171
Jacksonville BeachSt JohnsFLE of FL90 the N on A1A to Beach http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htmvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-Galeocerdo;;;mammals(non_marine)FL017330.2944,-81.3933,,AKm73?|$*FL0032
Mickler's Point(PonteVedreBch)St JohnsFLaccess to Ponte Vedra BeachMIvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0174No Google hits on Mickler's Point,but Mickler's Landing is at Ponte Vedra Beach30.1622,-81.3558,,AKm73?|$*FL0175
Ponte Vedra BeachSt JohnsFLMIvertebrates-fish-(bones),chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)FL017530.1622,-81.3558,,AKm73?|$*FL0174
Indian River(S-canal)St LucieFLS along Canal banksvertebrates-reptilia-turtles(bones)-Gopherus,Terrapene,TestudoFL017628.5647,-80.8000,,AKm73?|$*
St CatherineSumterFLS of RR tracks in quarry-mollusk castsinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusksFL017828.6068,-82.1518,,AKm73?|*$FL0177
St Catherine(StCatherinesRockCo)SumterFLIn St Catherine's Rock Company quarry W of St Catherines and S of RR tracks-mollusk castsEOcala Limestoneinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusksFL017728.6068,-82.1518,,AKm73?|$*FL0178
Live Oak(N3-LyleQry)SuwanneeFL2.5 km N in old Lyle quarryinvertebrates-mollusksFL017930.3230,-82.9813,,AKm73?|$*
Suwannee RiverSuwanneeFLIn river near I75?invertebrates-cnidaria-corals;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)FL0218http://www.gamineral.org/_docs/1-16nov06.pdf30.3438,-82.8300,,AKm73?|$*
Suwannee Sulphur SpringSuwanneeFLaka White Sulphur Spring?OLSuwannee Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusksFL018030.3311,-82.7638,,AKm72?|*$FL0023,FL0045,FL0046,FL0047
Wacissa(E14)SuwanneeFL13-16 km E in road cutsinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Rhyncholampas;;mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium,Tellina;gastropoda-CerithiumFL018130.3285,-83.8519,,AKm73?|$*
Wacissa(S2-WacissaCk)SuwanneeFLunder water in Wacissa Creek 2 km S of town http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htminvertebrates-mollusksFL018230.3353,-83.9890,,AKm73?|$*
Walker SpringSuwanneeFL400 meters S of RR and 800 meters SE of depot in Hwy cutinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Chlamys,Phacoides,Teredo;gastropoda-CerithiumFL018330.3322,-83.9352,,AKm73?|$*
Perry(SE16)TaylorFL15.5 km SE along Highwayinvertebrates-mollusksFL018430.0204,-83.5304,,AKm73?|$*
De Leon Springs(S1)VolusiaFL1 km Sinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Carditamera,Mulinia,Ostrea;gastropoda-CrepidulaFL018529.1085,-81.3459,,AKm73?|$*
Orange CityVolusiaFLat Blue SpringsPEvertebrates-mammals-proboscidea-MammutFL018628.9440,-81.3404,,AKm73?|$*
St Johns RiverVolusiaFL11 km below Sanford RR bridge on E sidePLinvertebrates(shells)(diverse)FL018728.8260,-81.1206,,AKm73|$*FL0188
St Johns RiverVolusiaFL8 km below Sanford RR bridge on E sidePLinvertebrates(shells)(diverse)FL018828.8107,-81.1241,,AKm73?|$*FL0187
Chipley(SE4)WaltonFL4 km SEOLMarianna Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-Pecten;;;;protists-forams-OrbitoidesFL019030.7571,-85.5216,,AKm73?|$*
Chipley(SW11)WaltonFL11 km SW,2 km N of DuncanOLMarianna Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-Pecten;;;;protists-forams-OrbitoidesFL018930.7235,-85.4779,,AKm73?|$*
Croom(area)Walton?FLarea phosphate minesinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Cassidulus;;;protists-forams-OrbitoidesFL0201Croom seems to be in Hernando Cy28.5875,-82.2278,,AKm73?|$*
Defuniak SpringsWaltonFLoff Country Road 238 W of Alaqua Methodist Church in road cut and creekbeds http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htmMIvertebratesFL019130.6689,-86.1568,,AKm73?|$*
Marianna(ChipolaRiv)WaltonFLin area exposures along Chipola River http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htmPEinvertebrates-mollusksFL019430.7737,-85.2165,,AKm73?|$*FL0084
Marianna(SW11)WaltonFL11 km SW about 2 km from Kynesville in Limestone bouldersOLMarianna Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-Pecten;;;;protists-forams-OrbitoidesFL019230.7336,-85.3535,,AKm73?|$*
Marianna(e)WaltonFLExposures to EOLMarianna Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-pectinidae-Pecten;;;;protists-forams-OrbitoidesFL019330.7762,-85.1703,,AKm73?|$*FL0084
Mossy head(N6)WaltonFLShell bed in ravine 300m up creek on N bank of Shoal River 6.4km NMIShoal Riverinvertebrates-mollusksFL019530.7899,-86.3404,,AKm73?|$*
Natural BridgeWaltonFL400 meters S of bridge near old Turpentine mill clayey Limestone outcropinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-(abundant),pectinidae-PectenFL019630.9842,-86.2103,,AKm73?|$*FL0197
Natural BridgeWaltonFLnear N line of county in clayey Limestone outcropinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-(abundant),pectinidae-PectenFL019730.9867,-86.2124,,AKm73?|$*FL0196
Red Bay(SE2)WaltonFL2 km SE on W bank of Choctawhatchee River in blue gray marlMIinvertebrates-mollusks(200 species)-bivalvia-MuliniaFL019930.5608,-85.8884,,AKm73?|$*
Red Bay(s2)WaltonFL2 km S in bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,Crassatellites,pectinidae-Pecten;;gastropoda-Turritella;scaphopoda-DentaliumFL019830.5677,-85.9334,,AKm73?|$*
Sandy CreekWaltonFLon neighborhood of Country Road 138B and Padgett Road in Creek Bed exposures http://www.treasuresites.com/members/fossil.htmMIvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;mammals(bones)(teeth)FL0200There is a Sandy Creek in Walton County, but no Padgett Rd or County Rd 138(B)30.0947,-85.4167,,AGl63?|$*
Shoal RiverWaltonFL'On tributary', But most sites seem to be referenced to Shell Bluff on the Shoal River said to be 8km W of the town of Mossy Head and 13km S of Lake De Funiack. lat lon (from Mindat) is possibly somewhat approximateMIAlum Bluffinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-ConusFL0264http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/collections-database/molluscs/gastropods/30.7867,-86.3489,,AKm73?|,
Greenhead(SE8)WashingtonFL8 km SE at the 'Deadens'invertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-CancellariaFL020230.4662,-85.6724,,AKm73?|$*
Read Head(W2-RockyLanding)WashingtonFL2 km W? near Rocky Landing on Choctawhatchee Riverinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Cancellaria,EcphoraFL020330.4856,-85.8683,,AKm72|$*

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