US And Canadian Fossil Sites -- Data for NEW MEXICO

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LocationCountyState/ProvinceDirections,NotesAgeFormationFossilsSite IDCommentsReferenceLat-Long|Spare1Spare2Spare3
NW New Mexico(?)NMKFox Hillsvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Enchodus(teeth);chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-pristidae-Ischyrhiza;;selachii(sharks)(teeth)-Cretolamna,Scapanorhynchus,SqualicoraxNM029336.6155,-106.7157,location:Rio Arriba County.NM,AGg14|$*NM0295
Northern NM(?)NMIn Cretaceous Greenhorn LimestoneKGreenhornvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)(abundant)NM029536.6155,-106.7157,location:Rio Arriba County.NM,AGg15|$*NM0293
Southern NM(?)NMPAbovertebrates-synapsida-Ophiacodon,SphenacodonNM0294CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission32.3196,-106.7651,location:Las Cruces.NM,AGg14?|$*
Albuquerque(NM25)BernalilloNMin mines along NM25PEvertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae(horses);pilosa(sloths),proboscidea(mammoths)-MastodonNM000235.1053,-106.6295,,AHh34|$*
Albuquerque(NMMusNH)BernalilloNMNew Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. Natural Science Museum with a good deal of paleo material. 1801 Mountain Road NW,Albuquerque,New Mexico,87104. Admission feeNM0322https://nmnaturalhistory.org/35.0980,-106.6681,,AKm72|,
Albuquerque(S9)BernalilloNM9 km S of I40-NM10 junctionPNinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoaNM000135.0193,-106.6374,,AJm73|$*
Kinney Brick QuarryBernalilloNMNear Deadman Recreation area (Deadman Campground?) in Kinney clay pit SE1/4S18T9NR6EPNuMadera_NMinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-(shrimps);;;plants,vertebrates-amphibia,fishNM0316http://www.jstor.org/pss/130404635.0015,-106.3376,SE1/4S18T9NR6E,AJm72|$*NM0003
Kinney Brick QuarryBernalilloNMPNWild Cowinvertebrates-conodonts-Acanthodus;;plants-gymnospermopsida-Schizolepis;;vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Amphicentrum,palaeoniscidae-Pyritocephalus;Platysomus,;chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-xenacanthidae-XenacanthusNM000335.0015,-106.3376,SE1/4S18T9NR6E,AJm72|*$NM0316
Manzano MountainsBernalilloNMPNMadera_NM,Wild Cowvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Lafonius(?);;fish-actinopterygii-palaeoniscidae-Phanerorhynchus;PlatysomusNM0004orginal entry Lafonius=Latonius34.7067,-106.4086,,AJm73?|$*
Rincon(NE4?)BernalilloNMNear road fork on local road 2 km N of Milepost 35 on NM25PEplants(bulbs)(stems)NM000632.7032,-107.0226,,AJm73?|$*
Rincon(NW2)BernalilloNM2 km NWinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(abundant)NM000532.6900,-107.0789,,AJm73|$*
Rio Puerco ValleyBernalillo?NMNW of Albuquerque in concretions in Semilla Sandstone member of the Mancos ShaleKMancosinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Coilopoceras,Hoplitoides,Prionocyclus,Romaniceras,SpathitesNM0312http://geoinfo.nmt.edu/publications/bulletins/114/36.2116,-106.5775,,AGj44?|$*
SandiaBernalilloNMPNMadera_NM Shalevertebrates-fish-acanthodii-AcanthodesNM000735.2089,-106.4472,,AGl74?|*$NM0008,NM0009,NM0013
Sandia CrestBernalilloNMin Limestone outcropsPZuinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids,(others)NM000835.2089,-106.4472,,AKl74|*$NM0007,NM0009,NM0013
Sandia Crest(NM14)BernalilloNMin road cuts in grey shales somewhere on NM14PNinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa,mollusks-bivalvia-Myalina;gastropodaNM000935.2089,-106.4472,,AGl74?|*$NM0007,NM0008,NM0013
Sandia MountainsBernalilloNMOn crest of Mountains E of Albuquerque inPNinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa,echinoderms-crinoidsNM001335.2111,-106.4493,,AGl73|*$NM0007,NM0008,NM0009
Sandia MountainsBernalilloNMin a large outcrop of Pennsylvanian Madera shale W of NM10 13.5 km S of US66PNMadera_NMvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Lafonius;;fish-acanthodii,actinopterygii-palaeoniscidaeNM0016NM10 was eliminated in 1970. The Bernalillo County portion is probably NM1434.9934,-106.3315,,AJm73?|$*NM0010
Sandia Mountains(NM10)BernalilloNMOn NM10 8 km S of I40 junction in Tijeras CanyonPNinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,bryozoaNM001034.9934,-106.3315,,AJm73?|$*NM0016
Sandia Mountains(NM165?)BernalilloNMOn NM44 to crest of Mountains inPNinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa,echinoderms-crinoidsNM0011NM44 is now US550 and it runs NW from Bernalillo to Bloomfield. May refer to a different set of mountains or to NM165 which is the extension of US550 into the Sandia Range.35.2674,-106.4074,,AGm74?|$*
Sandia Mountains(NM536)BernalilloNMOn NM536 to crest of Mountains inPNinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa,echinoderms-crinoidsNM001235.1943,-106.4007,,AJm74?|$*
Sandia Ski Area(SE-NM44)BernalilloNMon NM44 400 meters SE of the ski area in brown shale in road cut on S side of roadPNinvertebrates-bryozoa(good)NM0014NM44 would be NM53635.2033,-106.408,,AJm72|$*
Tijeras(NM337)BernalilloNMalong NM14 in road cuts starting 3 km S of I40 and extending for many kminvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-corals(uncommon)NM0015NM14 now runs N from I40. The Southern continuation is NM33735.0613,-106.3808,,AJm73|$*
Roswell(W-US380/US70)ChavesNMPermian fossils along US380 and US70 to HondoP-NM001733.3718,-104.9043,,AIm74|$*
Chico SpringsColfax?NMnear Chico Springs StoreEPTorrejonvertebrates-reptilia-champsosauridae-ChampsosaurusNM0145Originally entered as San Juan County. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.4983,-104.2392,,AJm73|$*
Cimarron(N6-TurkeyCrk)ColfaxNM6 km N in canyon of Turkey CreekKPierreinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaNM001836.5563,-105.0069,,AKm73|$*
San Francisco PassColfaxNMat Colorado lineinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Panopea(?),Tellina;;;plantsNM0019No citations for 'Scitula' 050607. Very likely,it is the species portion of 'Tellina scitula' a valid species. 'Panopaca' may be a legitimate genus but 'Panopea' is more likely36.9951,-105.1213,,AJm73|$*
Springer(E)ColfaxNME in concretions in Canadian River Valley in Blue Hill member of Carlile ShaleKCarlileinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Coilopoceras,Hoplitoides,Prionocyclus,Romaniceras,SpathitesNM0313http://geoinfo.nmt.edu/publications/bulletins/114/36.3400,-104.5377,,AJm73|$*
Springer(S-US85)ColfaxNMS on US85KGreenhornvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)(abundant)NM002036.3478,-104.6078,,AJm73|$*
Ute Park(CimmaronRiv)ColfaxNMin canyon of Cimarron RiverKPierreinvertebratesNM002136.5581,-105.1144,,AJm73|$*
Anderson LakeCurryNMHvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Odocoileus;carnivora-canidae-CanisNM0302http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php33.4809,-106.6863,,AGm74|$*
Blackwater DrawCurryNMAnderson Carter Ranch in Blackwater Draw near PortalesPEvertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae-Equus;;pilosa-GlossotheriumNM0301http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php34.278,-103.3265,,AJm73|$*
Clovis(SW)CurryNMtoward Portales for 15+km in sand blowoutsPEvertebrates(large)NM0022CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.4047,-103.2047,,AHj43|$*
Bowen(RRtunnel)Dona AnaNMIn small ravines at the West end of the RR tunnel. The Grayson generally contains abundant and invertebrates(diverse) as well as some chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth) in clays, marls and chalky white limestone. Tunnel was reportedly opened up into a cut at some pointKuGraysoninvertebrates,vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)NM0315http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/31.7928, -106.5406,S9T29SR4E-S16T29R4E,AJm72|$*
Las Cruces(McSilla Basin)Dona AnaNMIn Mesilla BasinPE(Irvington)Camp Ricevertebrates-aves(birds)(bones)NM0023Originally entered as McSilla Basin32.27,-106.80,,AHj44?|$*
LasCruces(ZuhlMus)Dona AnaNMZuhl Museum. Art and Natural History Museum at NMSU. Zuhl Collection -- Minerals, Fossils,Petrified Wood. 775 College Dr,Las Cruces,NM 88003. (575)646-4714. Free AdmissionNM0323https://zuhlmuseum.nmsu.edu/32.2816,-106.7618,,AKm72|,
Radium Springs(MarbleMine)Dona AnaNM(petrified wood) at Marble Mine (Fee in 1970s)plants(petrified wood)NM002432.5011,-106.9275,,AGm73|$*NM0260
Radium Springs(W16)Dona AnaNM16 km Wplants(petrified wood)NM002532.49,-107.09,,AIj43?|$*
Robledo MountainDona AnaNMabundant vertebrate and invertebrate trackways (no collecting) in nearby canyonPAboichnofossils(abundant),invertebrates(trackways),vertebrates(trackways)NM0026Robledo Mountain and the Robeldo Range are at roughly 32.4048N,-106.9000W. West of Leasburg. Unable to locate more precisely32.4048,-106.9000,,AJm73?|$*NM0304
Robledo MountainsDona AnaNMIn non-marine strataPRobledoichnofossils-burrows_invertebrate-(arthropoda),Augerinoichnus;tracks-(tetrapods)NM0304http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1P3-1600986571.html32.4048,-106.9000,,AJm73?|$*NM0026
Robledo Mtns(PrehistoricTrackwaysNM)Dona AnaNMPrehistoric Trackways National Monument. Abundant, very diverse, lower Permian trackways. Unimproved. Access road is dirt. Website is slow but informative. No collecting.PMlichnofossils-(trackways-amphibians,reptiles,insects);Plants-(fossils),(petrified wood)NM0324https://www.blm.gov/visit/ptnm32.3724,-106.8974,,AKm73|,
Guadaloupe MountainsEddy?NMIn thick reef limestones along top of RidgePCapitaninvertebrates-mollusksNM0029Original says 'El Capitan' formation -- probably is no such formation distinct from the Capitan formation32.0,-104.8,,AJi74|$*
LovingEddyNM11km SE SE1/4SE1/4SE1/4S33T23SR29E Scoggin Flat; New Mexico: Eddy Co. -104.0127, 32.2776 at a distance of 2909 m Harroun School; New Mexico: Eddy Co. -104.0222, 32.2523 at a distance of 3318 m 32.2612N,-103.9886W fish-Dorosoma (one single specimen)PL-PEGatunavertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-DorosomaNM002832.2612,-103.9886,SE1/4SE1/4SE1/4S33T23SR29E,AIm72|$*
BuckhornGrantNMPEGilavertebrates-aves(birds)(bones)NM003033.0369,-108.7078,,AGm73|$*
Fossil TankGrantNM-NM0318https://geonames.usgs.gov/apex/32.8561,-108.3646,,AIm73|$*
Santa Rita(E22)GrantNM22 km E in road cuts and slopes adjacent to hwy 90, silicified Devonian fossils in shales-NM003132.8132,-107.8988,,AJm73?|*$NM0032,NM0033
Santa Rita(E22-NM90)GrantNM22 km E in road cuts and slopes adjacent to hwy 90, silicified Silurian brachiopods in shales?NM0032Confusing description NM90 runs SW-NE and terminates in Silver City roughly 20 km SW of Santa Rita. Location used is 22km E of Santa Rita on NM15232.8346,-107.895,,AGm73?|*$NM0031,NM0033
Santa Rita(E25-NM90)GrantNM25 km E on NM 90Dinvertebrates-brachiopoda(silicified)NM003332.8614,-107.8750,,AGm74?|*$NM0031,NM0032
Silver City RangeGrantNM(Chafez 1986)Cu?Blissichnofossils-burrows_invertebrate-SkolithosNM0298Not clear where Silver City Range is. Lat Lon is on ridge a few km SW of Silver Cityhttp://www.ohiolink.edu/etd/send-pdf.cgi?toledo111601481632.757,-108.307,,AJm73|$*
-GuadalupeNMJTodiltovertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Leptolepis,PholidophorusNM004034.9512,-104.6915,location:Santa Rosa.NM,AGg14?|$*
Bull CanyonGuadalupeNMS28,32,33T9NR26E Bull Canyon head; -104.1591, 34.9643 at a distance of 2549 m 34.9622N,-104.1869WJWemakahvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-HulettiaNM003634.9622,-104.1869,S2833T9NR26E,AGm72|$*NM0035
Bull CanyonGuadalupeNMTRBull Canyon (NM)vertebrates-synapsida(teeth)-therapsida-PseudotriconodonNM003534.9622,-104.1869,,AGm73?|$*NM0036
Hot Springs Canyon(?)GuadalupeNMpossibly Bull Canyon S30-31R26ET9N as well/instead. Can't identify Hot Springs Canyon. Lat Long is center of S30R26ET9N on mesa N of NM156. Bull Canyon heads a few km to the NE of lat long location in badlands and runs NEJTodilto Limestonevertebrates-fish-osteichtyes-Occithrissops,TodiltiaNM003734.9763,-104.2233,S30-31R26ET9N,AJm72?|$*
Luciano MesaGuadalupeNMTRBull Canyon (NM)vertebrates-reptilia-archosauriformes-LucianosaurusNM003834.9792,-104.1500,,AJm73|$*
Santa Rosa(E48)GuadalupeNM48km EJTodilto Limestonevertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Hulettia;osteichtyes-TodiltiaNM003934.9242,-104.0748,,AHk44?|$*
Guadaloupe Mtns(Regional)HidalgoNM35 species of calcareous sponges In exposures of Upper Capitan Limestone in Guadalupe Mountains and Southward in NM and extending into TXPECapitaninvertebrates-poriferaNM0325https://pubs.er.usgs.gov/publication/7002032932.13077,-104.8341,,AKm74?|,
Hachita Peak(E1)HidalgoNMAbout 1km E on Eastern Slope in Upper Conglomerate SE1/4 NE1/4 S26T28SR16W Locs NMMNH-4470,4487JBroken Juginvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Thamnasteria;;;mollusks-bivalvia-Gryphaea;gastropodaNM0306http://geoinfo.nmt.edu/publications/periodicals/nmg/23/n1/jurassicinvert.pdf31.8423,-108.4436,SE1/4NE1/4S26T28SR16W,AJm72|$*
-LeaNMarea deposits in sand dune regionPEvertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae(horses);pilosa(sloths),proboscidea(mammoths)NM004132.8980,-103.3429,location:Lovington.NM,AGj14?|$*
CapitanLincolnNMon S branch of Oso Creek in dark gray,fissile marine shaleKuMesaverdeinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Cardium,Inoceramus;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites;;gastropoda(abundant)(large)-VolutodermaNM004333.5548,-105.6084,,AJl63|$*NM0042
Capitan(NW-OsoCrk)LincolnNMon Oso Creek e1/2s6t21sr141E in shale. PLSS location appears to be incorrect. Oso Creek is a tributary of Salado Creek that is followed NW by US380 for some distance W of Capitan. Lat Long is an arbitrary location on Oso Creek a few km WNW of CapitanKinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites;;gastropodaNM004233.5534,-105.5975,e1/2s6t21sr141E,AJl63?|$*NM0043
DemingLunaNMinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-OmphalotrochusNM004432.2686,-107.7581,,AJj43|$*
Fort Wingate(S3)McKinleyNM3.2km STRChinlevertebrates-fish-sarcopterygii-Chinlea(scales)NM004535.4678,-108.5406,,AJm73|$*
GallupMcKinleyNMinvertebrates-bryozoa-MembraniporaNM004635.5281,-108.7419,,AKk43|$*
Los BarrealesMcKinleyNMOriginally entered as San Juan CountyEPTorrejonvertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia(bones)(teeth)NM0162CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.4361,-107.5303,,AIm73?|$*
San Antonio(E-US380/Carthage)MoraNMon Highway 380 E to Carrizozo and around CarthagePinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea;scaphopodaNM004733.8122,-106.2405,,AHh44?|$*
Alamogordo(Alamo Canyon)OteroNME in Alamo Canyon in Sacramento MountainsMLake Valleyichnofossils-ichno_misc-TaonurusNM005432.86,-105.89,,AKm73|$*NM0053
Alamogordo(E-US82)OteroNM6 km E of US54/70 on NM82 in bioherms in roadcutsPNinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;;plants-algae;protists-forams-fusulinidaNM006432.9539,-105.9147,,AKm73|*$NM0049,NM0051,NM0058
Alamogordo(E5-US82)OteroNMAt Milepost 5 on US 82 E of AlamagordoPinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Chonetes;mollusks-bivalviaNM005032.9594,-105.9336,,AKm73|*$NM0057,NM0058,NM0059
Alamogordo(E7-US82)OteroNMAt Milepost 7 on US 82 E of AlamagordoPprotists-forams-fusulinida-SchwagerinaNM005132.9545,-105.9047,,AKm73|*$NM0049,NM0064
Alamogordo(E8-US82)OteroNM8 km E in road cut on US82PHuecoinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-corals;mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda,gastropoda;;protists-forams-fusulinidaNM004932.9539,-105.9147,,AKm73|*$NM0051,NM0057,NM0058,NM0064
Alamogordo(NMSU-N1)OteroNMwell preserved fossils 1 km N from NMSU campus in AlamagordoMLake Valleyinvertebrates-brachiopoda,echinoderms-crinoidsNM004832.9276,-105.9270,,AKm73|$*
Alamogordo(SE)OteroNME and SE on slopes of Sacramento MountainsO-CRinvertebrates-brachiopodaNM005332.86,-105.90,,AJj44|$*NM0054
Alamogordo(Sacramento Mtns)OteroNMIn bioherms in Sacramento Mountains. well preserved fossilsMLake Valleyinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita(uncommon);brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-crinoids;mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidaeNM005532.89,-105.90,,AJm73|$*
Alamogordo(US82-Mtn Pass?)OteroNMAt Mountain Pass on Hwy 82PAboinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;mollusks-bivalviaNM0052Unclear what this refers to. Might be the high point on US82 near Cloudcroft (32.96,-105.75) or the pass through the Organ Mtns on US70/82 E of Las Cruces(32.43,-106.57) ... or someplace else32.89,-105.96,,AHh15?|$*
CloudcroftOteroNMIn limestonesPN-Pinvertebrates-brachiopoda,mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidaeNM005632.9572,-105.7419,,AKm73|$*
Dry CanyonOteroNMIn area bioherm outcropsMplants-algae-Anchicodium,CryptozoonNM005732.9583,-105.9239,,AKm73|*$NM0049,NM0050,NM0058
Dry CanyonOteroNMIn roadside exposuresMHolderinvertebrates(bioherm)NM005832.9583,-105.9239,,AKm73|*$NM0049,NM0050,NM0057,NM0064
La LuzOteroNMnear junction of NM82(US82?) and La Luz Rd 600 meters N in Limestone outcropPNMissourian, Middleprotists-forams-fusulinida-TriticitesNM0059Originally entered as High Rolls32.9631,-105.9423,,AKm73|$*NM0050
Muleshoe CanyonOteroNMIn large biohermsMplants-algae-Anchicodium,CryptozoonNM006032.7965,-105.9333,,AKm73|$*NM0062
Orogrande(N6-NM54)OteroNM6 km N on NM54 in hills along roadinvertebrates-brachiopoda(abundant),mollusks-cephalopoda,gastropodaNM006132.4353,-106.0657,,AIm73|$*
Sacramento Mountains(MuleshoeMound)OteroNMAt Muleshoe Mound 100 Meters biohermCRinvertebrates-mollusksNM006232.7965,-105.9333,,AKm73?|$*NM0060
San Andreas CanyonOteroNMIn large biohermsMplants-algae-Anchicodium,CryptozoonNM006332.7812,-105.9227,,AJm73|$*
Apache CanyonQuayNMAlso at Mesa RedondaTRRedondaichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-Brachychirotherium,diapsidpedidia-Rhynchosauroides;dinosauropedidia-theropodipedia-Grallator;;Pseudotetrasauropus,Tetrasauropus;;;vertebrates-reptilia(skelatons)-aetosauria,phytosauria,(others)NM0309http://keckgeology.org/files/pdf/symvol/11th/Utah/charette.pdf34.9426,-103.4713,,AJm73|$*
Barranca CreekQuayNMTRBull Canyon (NM)ichnofossils-tracks-reptilipedia-BarrancapusNM006535.1598,-103.4883,,AJm73|$*
Merrill RanchQuayNMIn Limestone at base of MorrisonJMorrisonvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Hulettia;osteichtyes-TodiltiaNM006632.1056,-108.5858,,AJm73?|$*
Mesa RedondaQuayNMIn Tucumcari BasinTRChinlevertebrates-fish-sarcopterygii-dipnoi(burrows)(tracks)(skelatons)NM0307http://keckgeology.org/files/pdf/symvol/11th/Utah/charette.pdf34.9645,-103.6927,,AHm73?|$*
Revuelto CreekQuayNMTRBull Canyon (NM)vertebrates-fish-sarcopterygii-dipnoi-coelacanthiformes-Quayia;;;;reptilia-archeosaura-RevueltosaurusNM006735.2211,-103.4391,,AJm73|$*
San JonQuayNMat 'Shark Hill' in Triassic outcrop, very abundant phytosaur teethTRvertebrates-reptilia-phytosauria-(teeth)(abundant)NM0068In Canyon Breaks to S34.99,-103.35,,AKm73?|$*
TucumcariQuayNMin area exposures above Permian redbedsKlinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra,Ostrea,(others)NM007035.1708,-103.7069,,AKk33|*$NM0069,NM0071
TucumcariQuayNMin area exposures of red shalesPvertebratesNM0071CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.1708,-103.7069,,AKk33|*$NM0069,NM0070
TucumcariQuayNMTRChinlevertebrates-reptilia-aetosauria-Typothorax;dinosauria-theropoda-Coelophysis?NM006935.1708,-103.7069,,AKk33|*$NM0070,NM0071
Tucumcari(MeslandsDinoMus)QuayNMMesalands Dinosaur Museum and Natural Sciences Laboratory. 222 E Laughlin Ave, Tucumcari, NM 88401 (575)461-3466. Paleontology and Geology Museum. Mesozoic fossils including dinosaur mounts. Admission FeeNM0326https://www.mesalands.edu/community/dinosaur-museum/35.1736,-103.7260,,AKm72|,
-Rio ArribaNMNEESan Josevertebrates-reptilia-turtles(fragments)NM0104CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0494,-106.1121,,AGg14|$*
AbiquiuRio ArribaNMarea exposuresMITesuquevertebrates-mammals-rodentia-castoridae-DipoidesNM0077CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.2550,-106.1469,,AJm74|$*
Abiquiu(Canon El Cobre)?Rio ArribaNMIn El Cobre(Copper) Canyon. The Canyon is quite long. location is uncertain Further, there may be another El Cobre Canyon running SW from AbiquiuiPCutlervertebrates-amphibia-diadectidae-Diadectes;temnospondyli-EryopsNM0075CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.3009,-106.3411,,AJm74?|$*NM0092
Abiquiu(Conical Hill Quarry)Rio ArribaNMAt Conical Hill Quarry. Near mouth of Canyon de la Madera; 15 mi. NW of EspanolaMI(Clarendon)(Barstow)Tesuquevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Aepycamelus,Homolabis(?),Procamelus;;carnivora-canidae-Aelurodon,Tomarctus;;perissodactyla-equidae-Cormohipparion,Pliohippus;rhinocerotidae-Aphelops;;rodentia-castoridae-Dipoides,Mylagaulus;,;;reptilia-turtles-Geochelone,GopherusNM0072Homolabis is a dubious genus36.3908,-106.0442,,AJm72|$*
Abiquiu(Cross Quarry)Rio ArribaNMAt Cross Quarry on NE side of Orphan Mesa 2.5km SE of Ghost RanchTRChinlevertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-theropoda-CoelophysisNM0073CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.3171,-106.4593,,AJm73?|$*
Abiquiu(Echo Amphitheater)Rio ArribaNMHot Springs-Echo AmphitheaterJWanakahvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Hulettia;osteichtyes-TodiltiaNM007436.3601,-106.5319,,AJm73|$*
Abiquiu(GhostRch)Rio ArribaNMGhost Ranch Paleontology tour. 280 Private Drive 1708 Abiquiu, NM 87510. (505)685-1000 info@ghostranch.org. 2 hour walk to Coelophysis quarry. Seasonal, Once a week. FeeTNM0327https://www.ghostranch.org/activities/paleontology-of-ghost-ranch-tour/36.3219,-106.4871,,AKm73|,
Abiquiu(OKeefe House)Rio ArribaNM600m W of O'Keefe House on small hillTRChinlevertebrates(bones)NM0124May be a reference to Georgia O'Keefe house in Abiquiu,NM. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.2069,-106.3145,,AJj44|$*
Abiquiu(Rio del Oso)Rio ArribaNMRio del OsoMITesuquevertebrates-mammals-carnivora-canidae-AelurodonNM0076Probably a vertebrate site. LatLon is mouth of river36.1117,-106.1495,,AJm73?|$*
Aelurodon WashRio ArribaNMMITesuquevertebrates-mammals-carnivora-canidae-Aelurodon,TomarctusNM0078CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.1469,-106.2431,,AJm72|$*NM0105
AlcaldeRio ArribaNMopposite AlcaldeMIChamitavertebrates(bones)NM0079CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0889,-106.0531,,AJm73|$*
Almagre ArroyoRio Arriba?NMNear the divide to the head of Largo Creek--NW side of the divideESan Josevertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-Homogalax,Hyracotherium;;reptilia-crocodilia(teeth),turtles(fragments)NM0125One reference says La Planta County (should be 'La Plata'). CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.2796,-106.8545,,AJm73?|$*NM0300
Arroyo BlancoRio ArribaNME of Regina-El Vado road W of the pass of old road N of Northcutt Ranch roadESan Josevertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia(teeth)NM0080CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.2131,-106.3291,,AJm73?|$*NM0082
Arroyo BlancoRio Arriba?NMLoc-42127,42116,44129E(Uintan)San Josevertebrates-mammals-creodonta-Hyopsodus;insectivora-Leptacodon;primates-Pelycodus,PhenacolemurNM0305Originally entered as San Juan County. There are several Arroyo Blancos in NW New Mexicohttp://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php36.3286,-106.8767,,AJj44?|$*
Arroyo Blanco(Sside)Rio ArribaNMS rim and S sideESan Josevertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia(teeth)(bones),turtles(fragments)NM008236.2131,-106.3291,,AJm73?|$*NM0080
Arroyo Largo(head)Rio ArribaNMarea exposures at head of canyon SW of pass to Arroyo AlmagreESan Josevertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia(teeth)(bones)NM008336.2385,-106.975,,AJl43?|*$NM0103,NM0116,NM0161
Arroyo Seco(head)Rio ArribaNMAt head of Canyon. There are several Arroyo Seco's in NMPCutlervertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-ArcheriaNM0084CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.174,-106.342,,AJl73|$*
Arroyo de AguaRio ArribaNMPAbovertebrates-synapsida-SphenacodonNM0085CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.162,-106.65,,AJl73|*$NM0086,NM0087,NM0118
Arroyo de AguaRio ArribaNMPCutlervertebrates-amphibia-diadectidae-Diadectes;temnospondyli-EryopsNM0086CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.162,-106.65,,AJl73|*$NM0085,NM0087,NM0118
Arroyo de Agua(E1-WellesQry)Rio ArribaNM1km E at Welles Quarry on Ramon Salazar Ranch on S side of Rio PuercoPAbovertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-ZatrachysNM0087UC Loc V-3528. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.16,-106.643,,AJl73|*$NM0085,NM0086
Cerro de Las Minas Wash(?)Rio ArribaNMNW of El Rito CreekMI(Clarendon)Tesuquevertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneNM0088Location is El Rito. Miocene vertebrates are reported from area N of El Rito. Cerro do Las Minas is a fairly common location name in Latin America,but couldn't locate a feature of that name in NM. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.3433,-106.1886,,AJm14?|$*NM0093
Chama BasinRio ArribaNMarea exposuresTRChinlevertebrates-reptilia(bones)NM0311http://keckgeology.org/files/pdf/symvol/11th/Utah/charette.pdf36.7,-106.55,,AHh14|$*NM0089
Chama-El RitoRio ArribaNMMultiple sites in area?MI(Clarendon)(Barstow)Tesuquevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-oreodontidae-Ustatochoerus;;carnivora-canidae-Aelurodon;;;reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneNM0089CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.7,-106.55,,AHh14|$*NM0311
CoyoteRio ArribaNMin lower red beds at base of canyon wallsPvertebratesNM0090CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.1675,-106.6164,,AKm73|$*
CubaRio ArribaNMS of minor EW divide between Gavilan drainage and next to S of Continental DivideESan Josevertebrates-reptilia-squamata-lacertilia-SaniwaNM0091CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0222,-106.9578,,AJm73?|*$NM0198,NM0199
El Cobre CanyonRio ArribaNMNorth of AbiquiuTRChinleinvertebrates-brachiopoda;vertebrates-reptilia(bones)NM0092CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.3009,-106.3411,,AJm74?|$*NM0075
El Rito CreekRio ArribaNMMultiple sites in area?MI(Clarendon)Tesuquevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Oxydactylus,ProtolabisNM0093CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.3433,-106.1886,,AJm14?|$*NM0088
EspanolaRio ArribaNMNWMIChamita?vertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneNM0094CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.9911,-106.0800,,AJm43|*$NM0229,NM0243
Espanola(6N)Rio ArribaNM5.6km N on W Edge of Santa Cruz Area. Espanola is in Santa Fe County, but the site would be in Rio Arriba Cy.MI(Clarendon)Tesuquevertebrates-reptilia-squamataNM0228CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0438,-106.0637,,AJm73?|*$NM0101,NM0119
Gallina(N-GallinaCrk)Rio ArribaNMN in Arroyo Seco on Gallina CreekTRChinlevertebrates-reptilia-aetosauria-TypothoraxNM0095CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.229,-106.82,,AJm73|$*
GavilanRio ArribaNMSE branch on N rim at mouth of drawESan Josevertebrates-reptilia-squamata-lacertilia-ParaglyptosaurusNM0098LatLon is the loc of the settlement of Gavilan. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.3933,-107.0328,,AKm73|$*NM0097
Gavilan(N)Rio ArribaNMNE of Stevenson Ranch,N of Gavilan Post OfficeESan Josevertebrates-reptilia-squamata-lacertilia-ParaglyptosaurusNM0097LatLon is the loc of the settlement of Gavilan. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.3933,-107.0328,,AKm73|$*NM0098
Gavilan(N)Rio ArribaNMat head of drainageESan Josevertebrates-reptilia-squamata-lacertilia-ParaglyptosaurusNM0099CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.42,-107.02,,AJm73?|$*NM0096
Gavilan(NE)Rio ArribaNMNE end in Badlands running W from Lindreth-Tapacitos road where it crosses continental divideESan Josevertebrates-reptilia-squamata-lacertilia-SaniwaNM0096At a guess Tapacito=Tapacitoes which was considerably N of Lindrith N of Gavilan Wash. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.42,-107.024,,AJm73?|$*NM0099
Ghost RanchRio ArribaNMAt Ghost Ranch Museum of Paleontology at Ghost Ranch Education Center rouchly 60km NW of Abiquiu on US84 in Ghost Ranch Education CenterTRChinlevertebrates-reptilia-Coelophysis;;(others)NM0320101 American Fossil Sites-Dickas36.3300,-108.4739,,AKm72|,
Hernandez School(WNW1)Rio ArribaNM1km WNW on N side of washMIChamitavertebrates-aves(birds)(bones)NM0100CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0671,-106.1277,,AKm73|$*
Kunya Ruins Wash(?)Rio ArribaNMMI(Clarendon)Tesuquevertebrates-mammals-rodentia-PromylagaulusNM0101Couldn't locate a Kunya Ruins Wash, but Kunya is associated with the San Juan indians. LatLon is San Juan Pueblo. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission836.0528,-106.0705,,AJj14?|*$NM0119,NM0228
Laguna ColoradoRio ArribaNMThis is a site collected by Granger in 1914. It is in the San Juan Basin. It may be the same site as Arroyo AlmagreESan Josevertebrates-mammals-carnivora-Didymictis;eutheria-cimolesta-Coryphodon;Esthonyx;perissodactyla-Hyracotherium;primates-Cantius;;reptilia-crocodilia(bones),turtles-HadrianusNM0291CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.2507,-106.9143,,AJm73|$*
Largo CreekRio ArribaNMESan Josevertebrates-mammals-primates-PelycodusNM0103CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.2385,-106.975,,AJl43?|*$NM0083,NM0116,NM0161
Leeson RanchRio ArribaNM16km NW of Lindreth Wash at Leeson RanchESan Josevertebrates-reptilia-turtles(fragments)NM0102CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.42,-107.13,,AJj14?|$*
Lindrith(Arroyo Blanco)Rio ArribaNMNear Lindreth,At head,near the divide to the head of Largo and Almagre Arroyo also near middle of West rim on Dusty McDaniel RanchESan Josevertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia(bones),squamata-lacertilia-Paraglyptosaurus;;turtles(fragments)-HadrianusNM0081CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.40,-106.78,,AJm73?|$*
Long Walk WashRio ArribaNMLong Walk Wash is the first wash S of Aelurodon WashMI(Clarendon)Tesuquevertebrates-mammals-rodentia-castoridae-EucastorNM0105CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.1443,-106.2438,,AJm73|$*NM0078
Lyden QuarryRio ArribaNMarea exposuresMIChamitavertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-(Submegatylopus);Osbornoceros,;carnivora-canidae-Borophagus(Osteoborus);;perissodactyla-rhinocerotidae-AphelopsNM0106Lyden is apparently a well established landmark in Rio Arriba County however,the name may actually be Leyden Quarry. Probably the same location as Osbornoceros Quarry. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.1511,-106.0261,,AJm72|$*
Meniscotherium QuarryRio ArribaNMAMNH 150 site near Lindrith, NM and/or NMMNH L201,L203 UCMP V71237 sitesESan Josevertebrates-mammals-eutheria-condylarthra-Meniscotherium;;perissodactyla-Hyracotherium;rodentia-ParamysNM0107CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.3045,-107.0450,location:Lindrith.NM,AJm73?|$*
Mesa AltaRio ArribaNMJTodilto Limestonevertebrates-fish-osteichtyes-TodiltiaNM0126There is also a Mesa Alta in McKinley County36.2335,-106.6561,,AJm73|$*
Ojo CalienteRio ArribaNMIn second steep walled wash S of Ojo Caliente intrusiveMI(Clarendon)Tesuquevertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneNM0108CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.1718,-106.0891,,AJm72|$*NM0109
Ojo CalienteRio ArribaNMMultiple sites in area?MI(Clarendon)Tesuquevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Aepycamelus,Homolabis(?),Metalabis(?),Nothotylopus;Cosoryx,Meryceros,;carnivora-canidae-Aelurodon,Tomarctus;Sthenictis;perissodactyla-equidae-Pliohippus;rhinocerotidae-Aphelops;;proboscidea-Gomphotherium;rodentia-castoridae-Dipoides,Eucastor,Pareucastor;PromylagaulusNM0109CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission. Metalabis is probably an invalid name.The real Metalabis is an insect. Homolabis is a dubious genus36.1718,-106.0891,,AJm73|$*NM0108
Ojo Escrito(S)Rio Arriba?NMS ofEPNacimientovertebrates-reptilia-crocodiliaNM0127Ojo Escrito (Escrito Spring) appears to be in Rio Arriba County at 36.23472N 107.56472W. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.2347,-107.5647,,AJm73|$*
Osbornoceros QuarryRio ArribaNMMIChamitavertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Osbornoceros;rodentia-castoridae-Eucastor(?)NE0172CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission. Eucastor orginally entered as Megeucastor Originally entered as Dawes County, NE, but is almost certainly in NM 'opposite the Lyden Quarry' whatever that means.36.1142,-105.9789,,AJm73|$*
Puerco(W)Rio ArribaNMto WestEP(Puercan)Puercovertebrates-reptilia-champsosauridae-Champsosaurus;turtles(scutes)NM0128CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0853,-106.8714,,AJm73?|$*
Rak Camel QuarryRio ArribaNMMIChamitavertebrates-mammals-lagomorpha-leporidae-Hypolagus;;perissodactyla-equidae-Dinohippus;;rodentia-castoridae-DipoidesNM0111CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.1033,-106.0792,,AJm72|$*
Red Lake(Arroyo Blanco)Rio ArribaNMAt old Red Lake School House E of main road in Arroyo BlancoESan Josevertebrates-reptilia-turtles(fragments)NM0112CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.6192,-107.0962,,AIm73?|$*
Round Mountain QuarryRio ArribaNM3km N of Round MountainMIChamitavertebrates-aves(birds)(bones),mammals-artiodactyla-antilocapridae-Texoceros;camelidae-Hemiauchenia,Homolabis(?),Michenia,Procamelus;Cosoryx,Pseudoceras,Ramoceros;carnivora-Bassariscus,canidae-Aelurodon,Epicyon,Leptocyon;;perissodactyla-equidae-Dinohippus,Megahippus,Pliohippus,(Pseudhipparion?);;;reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneNM0117Original says 'Pseudocerus'. Homolabis is a dubious genus. Propretanupolama originally listed. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission. In a small canyon just N of the Road to the Puy? Ruins; S of Santa Clara Canyon (Nearby Mountain is listed as Black Mesa on Quads, but called Round Mt. Not to be confused with Black Mesa further northpaleodb-1952835.9550,-106.1208,NW1/4S20T20NR8E,AJm72|$*
Salitral CreekRio ArribaNMN side of creekPCutlervertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-EryopsNM0118CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.1633,-106.6572,,AJm73?|*$NM0085,NM0086
San JuanRio ArribaNMMIChamitavertebrates-mammals-carnivora-Bassariscus,Plesiogulo;perissodactyla-equidae-Astrohippus;rhinocerotidae-Aphelops;;rodentia-castoridae-MetadipoidesNM0119CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission. No citations for Metapidoides or Metadipoides. More likely Metadipoides-probably a beaver36.0519,-106.0689,,AJm72|*$NM0101,NM0228
Santa Clara CanyonRio ArribaNMMI(Clarendon)Tesuquevertebrates-mammals-carnivora-Martinogale;rodentia-castoridae-EucastorNM0121CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission. Eucastor orginally entered as Megeucastor35.9758,-106.1664,,AJm73|$*NM0122
Santa Clara DistrictRio ArribaNMMI(Clarendon)Tesuquevertebrates-mammals-carnivora-Bassariscus,canidae-Aelurodon,Carpocyon;;perissodactyla-equidae-Hypohippus;rhinocerotidae-Aphelops,PeracerasNM0122CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.9758,-106.1664,,AJj44|$*NM0121
Santa Clara RiverRio ArribaNMMI(Clarendon)Tesuquevertebrates-mammals-carnivora-BrachypsalisNM0123CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.9783, -106.1256,,AJj44|$*
Three Sand Hill WashRio ArribaNMCamel ForkMI(Clarendon)Tesuquevertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneNM0027Originally entered as Sand Hill Wash, Dona Ana County. There are several Rio del Oso-Abiquiu Sites in the area36.16,-106.2297,,AJm73?|$*
Whitaker QuarryRio ArribaNMnear Ghost RanchTRRock Pointvertebrates-(tetrapods)NM0308There are several vertebrate quarries (Snyder,Hayden,Canjillon,Orphan Mesa,Whitaker) in the Triassic beds near Ghost Ranch. The lat lon used is the Ghost Ranch meeting Center.http://keckgeology.org/files/pdf/symvol/11th/Utah/charette.pdf, https://geoinfo.nmt.edu/tour/landmarks/ghost_ranch/home.html36.3314,-106.4743,,AJm73|$*
AlmagreRio Arriba?(Sandoval?)NMLocation is in Almagre Canyon in Rio Arriba CountyESan Josevertebrates-mammals-rodentia-ischyromyidae-Apatosciuravus;Knightomys,Lophiparamys,Mattimys,ParamysNM0300http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php36.2803,-106.8520,,AJm74|$*NM0125
Rio Torreon?Rio Arriba(Sandoval?)NMAssume Torreon Wash. Torreon Wash is a long wash that heads in Sandoval County West of Cuba, runs W across the continental divide, turns S crossing the SE corner of San Juan County, then runs South for a great distance mostly a bit E of the McKinley-Sandoval County line and eventually ends at Arroyo Chico. Location used is a known fossiliferous outcrop at SE1/4SE1/4NW14S27T21NR5W about 4km E of the Continental divide. Fossil locations on the wash are traditionally designated as Torreon Wash East and West Flank. Since part of the wash runs EW not NS, it's possible that Flank refers to E/W of the Continental Divide rather than to the walls of the wash.EPNacimientovertebrates-mammals-insectivora-MixodectesNM0182CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0239,-107.3526,SE1/4SE1/4NW14S27T21NR5W,AIm73|*$NM0170,NM0171,NM0172,NM0173,NM0183,NM0184,NM0185,NM0201
Alamito WashSan JuanNMTorrejonvertebrates-mammals-eutheria-cimolesta-PentacodonNM0299http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php36.1453,-107.6206,,AJm73?|$*
Angel Peak(W?)San JuanNMin area badlands W of NM44EPvertebrates-mammals(bones)(teeth)NM0129CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.5619,-107.8658,,AJm73|$*NM0138
Animas RiverSan JuanNMW side of RiverEPNacimientovertebrates-reptilia-crocodiliaNM0130CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.85,-108.0,,AHh14|$*
Aztec(NW)San JuanNMin arroyos and badlands to NWEPvertebrates-mammalsNM0132CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.86,-108.03,,AJl43?|$*
Aztec(S2)San JuanNM2 km S on Aztec-Bloomfield Rd. Primitive mammalsvertebrates-mammalsNM0131CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.8,-107.99,,AJm73|$*
Barrel Springs ArroyoSan JuanNMnear head 4.6km E of Ojo Alamo(36.33,-108.034) Barrel Springs is said to be near Huerfano Trading Post at 36.4039,-107.8523EPNacimientovertebrates-mammals-marsupialia-Peradectes,Thylacodon;;reptilia-crocodilia-Allognathosuchus;squamata,turtles-CompsemysNM0134CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.3841,-107.9624,,AJm73|$*
Barrel Springs Arroyo(SE19)San JuanNM19 km SE in grey claysEPvertebrates-mammals,reptiliaNM0133Barrel Springs is possibly at 36.893,-108.2? CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.8082,-108.1274,,AJl44?|$*
Bernalillo(Aztec?)San JuanNMIn draws,gullies,cuts along road to AztecK-EPlOjo Alamoplants-(petrified wood);vertebrates-fish-(ganoids);mammals-cingulata-Dasypodidae(armadillos);creodonta,eutheria-condylarthra;insectivora,marsupialia-Didelphimorphia(opossums);multituberculata,primates,rodentia(small);reptilia-dinosauria-(frilled_dinosaurs)NM0135There are a number of places called Aztec or Bernalillo in NM. But none in close proximity. Assume this is the Aztec in San Juan County. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.83,-108.00,,AJm73?|$*
Blanco(W50-Bisti Badlands)San JuanNM50 km W in Bisti badlands just E of Navajo reservationplants(petrified wood)NM013636.2847,-108.1950,,AJm73?|$*
Bloomfield(S)San JuanNMS in arroyos and badlands leading into Kutz CanyonEPvertebrates-mammalsNM0137CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.66,-107.987,,AJm73?|$*
Buchanan Canyon(?)San JuanNMS SideEPNacimientovertebrates-reptilia-crocodiliaNM0138There does not seem to be a buchanan canyon in San Juan County. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.5619,-107.8658,location:Angel_Peak,AJm73|$*NM0129
Canyada Pilares(?)San Juan?NMNorth Rio Puerco at Northern limit of Tesuque beds. May be in Sandoval County (Origninally Santa Fe County)MI(Clarendon)Tesuquevertebrates-aves(birds)(bones)NM0221Pilares Canyon is in San Juan Cy? CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.2781,-106.8953,,AIm73|$*
Canyon Gallebos(Gallegos?)San JuanNMEPTorrejonvertebrates-reptilia-sauropsida-diapsida-EosuchiaNM0139CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.6992,-108.1158,location:Gallegos Canyon.NM,AJm73?|$*NM0152
Cedar Hill(E1)San JuanNM800m EEPNacimientovertebrates-reptilia-champsosauridae-Champsosaurus;turtles-CompsemysNM0140CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.9405,-107.8741,,AKm73|$*
ChacoSan JuanNMEPTorrejonvertebrates-reptilia-turtles-TrionyxNM0141CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0603,-107.9664,,AJj44?|*$NM0142,NM0143,NM0144
Chaco CanyonSan JuanNMabove massive sandstones in canyon wallsKKirtland,Fruitlandvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)(abundant);;reptilia-dinosauria(bones)NM0144CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0603,-107.9664,,AIm73|*$NM0141,NM0142,NM0143
Chaco CanyonSan JuanNMEPNacimientovertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-Allognathosuchus;turtles-CompsemysNM0142CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0603,-107.9664,,AIm73|*$NM0141,NM0143,NM0144
Chaco CanyonSan JuanNMEP(Puercan)Puercovertebrates-reptilia-turtles-HoplochelysNM0143CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0603,-107.9664,,AIm73|*$NM0141,NM0142,NM0144
Coal Creek CanyonSan Juan?NMEP(Puercan)Puercovertebrates-reptilia-turtles-ConchochelysNM0178CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.2446,-107.9516,,AJm73?|$*NM0146
Coal Creek(head)San JuanNMAt head of CanyonEPNacimientovertebrates-mammals-creodonta-Oxyaena;eutheria-cimolesta-Deltatherium,Mimotricentes,Pantolambda;condylarthra-Anisonchus,Choeroclaenus,Chriacus,Conacodon,Ectoconus,Ellipsodon,Loxolophus,Oxyacodon,Oxyclaenus,Periptychus;Onychodectes,,;mesonychia-Eoconodon;multituberculata-Taeniolabis;rodentia-castoridae-Castor;Erethizon;(others),;reptilia-crocodilia-AllognathosuchusNM0146CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.2446,-107.9516,,AJm73?|$*NM0178
De-Na-Zin WashSan JuanNMT23NR13W-T24NR13W and T??R12W. Fossils trees(leaves) coal,etc in various beds. Area appears to be about 15km ENE of White Rock in De-Na-Zin Wash N of NM371. Fossil sites are scattered. invertebrates - many mollusks and a few insecta and vertebrates including fish and dinosaurs including juveniles and eggs have also been found. Area is protected and a permit is required for collecting.{7}KFruitland,Pictured Cliffsinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta;mollusks,;vertebrates-fish,reptilia-dinosauria(eggs)NM017736.2207,-108.2196,T23NR13W,AJm72|$*
Edvardo (Bitonitsoseh) ArroyoSan Juan?NMbetween Kimbeto and Escavada--4.8km E of Kimbeto on W side of ArroyoEPNacimientovertebrates-mammals-mesonychia-Eoconodon;multituberculata-Clemensodon;;reptilia-crocodilia,squamata-lacertilia-Xestops;;turtlesNM0179CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.1905,-107.7841,,AJm73|$*
Escavada ArroyoSan Juan?NMEscavada Wash is quite lengthyEPNacimientovertebrates-mammals-oxyclaenidae-Tricentes;;reptilia-crocodiliaNM0180CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.1,-107.95,,AJm44?|*$NM0148,NM0149
Escavada CanyonSan JuanNMEPTorrejonvertebrates-reptilia-turtles-Baena,HoplochelysNM0149CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.1,-107.95,,AJm44?|*$NM0148,NM0180
Escavada(?) CanyonSan JuanNMOriginally entered as Escanada CanyonEPTorrejonvertebrates-reptilia-sauropsida-diapsida-EosuchiaNM0148Possibly Escarbada Canyon. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.1,-107.95,,AJm44?|*$NM0149,NM0180
Farmington(SW48)San JuanNM48km SWKFruitlandvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(teeth)NM0150CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.4942,-108.6712,,AIm74?|$*
Fossil Forest Study AreaSan JuanNMS23T23NR12W Lat Lon used is from another source, but the PLSS coordiantes may also be valid.KKirtlandvertebrates-mammals-eutheria-cimolesta-Cimolestes;Gypsonictops;marsupialia-Alphadon,Aquiladelphis,PediomysNM0151CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.177,-108.077,S23T23NR12W,AIm73?|$*
Gallegos CanyonSan JuanNMEPNacimientovertebrates-reptilia-crocodiliaNM0152CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.6992,-108.1158,,AJm73?|$*NM0139
Huerfano PeakSan JuanNMEPNacimientovertebrates-reptilia-crocodiliaNM0153CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.4258,-107.8451,,AJm73|$*
Huerfano Trading PostSan JuanNMnear Barrel Springs in area exposures to W of NM44KKirtlandvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-Alamosaurus,Kritosaurus,Pentaceratops,theropoda-GorgosaurusNM0155CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.4039,-107.8528,,AJm73|$*NM0154
Huerfano Trading PostSan JuanNMnear Barrell(?) Springs in area exposures to W of NM44EPvertebratesNM0154Huerfano trading post is at 36.4039N,-107.8528W. Couldn't locate Barrell or Barrel Springs. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.4039,-107.8528,,AJm73|$*NM0155
KimbetoSan JuanNMEP(Puercan)Puercovertebrates-reptilia-sauropsida-diapsida-EosuchiaNM0156CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.1836,-107.8408,,AJm73|*$NM0157,NM0159
Kimbeto?San JuanNM6.4km distant at adobe house (Old Dolan Ranch?)EPNacimientovertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-AllognathosuchusNM0157CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.1836,-107.8408,,AJm73?|*$NM0156,NM0159
Kimbeto Arroyo(HeadWestBrch)San JuanNM8km E of Otis at head of Arroyo--head of West branchEPNacimientovertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Navajosuchus;;squamata,turtles-CompsemysNM0158CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.2432,-107.8376,,AJm73|$*
Kimbeto WashSan JuanNMW flank of washEPNacimientovertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)(teeth);;mammals-eutheria-cimolesta-Schochia;condylarthra-ConacodonNM0159CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.1836,-107.8408,,AJm73|*$NM0156,NM0157
Kutz CanyonSan JuanNMEPNacimientovertebrates-mammals-eutheria-cimolesta-Conoryctella;;primates-Anasazia;;reptilia-crocodiliaNM0160CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.63,-107.97,,AJm73?|$*
Largo CanyonSan JuanNMEPNacimientovertebrates-reptilia-champsosauridae-ChampsosaurusNM0161CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.2385,-106.975,,AJl43?|*$NM0083,NM0103,NM0116
Lower Hunter WashSan JuanNMKFruitland,Kirtlandvertebrates-mammalsNM0163CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.2717,-108.5257,,AIm73|$*
Mammalon Hill(TsotsieWash)San JuanNMApparently is in Tsotsie Wash. The Nacimiento is in Section 2. Dinosaur fossil bearing Kirtland beds are along the Southern boundary of Section 4EPNacimientovertebrates-mammalsNM0164CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.18,-107.7588,T23NR9w:Location:Tsosie Arroyo.NM,AIl42?|*$NM0165,NM0186,NM0206
Marsupial HillSan JuanNMThe Torrejon formation is the upper member of the Nacimiento formation. The location used here is in Tsotsie Wash, hopefully in the Mammalon Hill area. But 'Marsupial Hill' could easily be elsewhere.EPTorrejonvertebrates-reptilia-champsosauridae-Champsosaurus;sauropsida-diapsida-EosuchiaNM0165CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.18,-107.7588,Loc:Tsosie Arroyo.NM,AIl42?|*$NM0164,NM0186,NM0206
Ojo Alamo(S2)San JuanNM1.6km SEPOjo Alamovertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia(vertebrae)NM0166CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.8464,-107.8218,,AJm73?|$*
Puerco RiverSan Juan?NMW ofEPNacimientovertebrates-reptilia-crocodiliaNM0181CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0288,-106.9083,,AJm73?|*$NM0167,NM0168
Rio Del PuercoSan JuanNMUpper part of Rio Puerco basinEPNacimientovertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia,turtles-PlastomenusNM0168CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0288,-106.9083,,AJm73?|*$NM0167,NM0181
San Juan BasinSan JuanNMArea exposuresEPNacimientovertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia,turtles,(others)NM0169CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.7342,-108.3598,,AJj14?|$*NM0120
San Juan RiverSan Juan?NMOriginally entered as Rio Arriba CountyKKirtlandvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)NM0120CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.7342,-108.3598,,AJj14?|$*NM0169
Tsaya(NE11)San JuanNM11.2km NEKFruitlandvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)-PentaceratopsNM0174CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.21,-108.08,,AIm73|$*
Tsosie ArroyoSan Juan?NMEPNacimientovertebrates-mammals-creodonta-Hyopsodus;eutheria-cimolesta-Mimotricentes;condylarthra-Choeroclaenus,Conacodon,Hemithlaeus,Holoconus?,Loxolophus,Oxyacodon,Oxyclaenus;,;marsupialia-Peradectes;multituberculata-Kimbetohia,Mesodma,Parectypodus,PtilodusNM0186Loc of Betonie Tsosie Was (not of fossil exposure) is 107.923W Lat=36.0997. This seems to be N of and just outside the boundaries of Chaco Culture National Historical park,Holoconus is possibly a legitimate genus or possibly a synonym for Oxyacodon,not much info 061018. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionhttp://geoinfo.nmt.edu/publications/periodicals/nmg/downloads/30/n1/nmg_v30_n1_p3.pdf36.18,-107.7588,T23NR9w:Location:Tsosie Arroyo.NM,AIl42?|*$NM0164,NM0165,NM0206
Twin Peaks HollowSan JuanNMW of. No Twin Peaks in San Juan County. Location is 1km SW of Twin MountainsEPNacimientovertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia,turtlesNM0175CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.7423,-108.3175,,AJm73|$*
Willow WashSan JuanNMKKirtlandvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-hadrosauroidea-NaashoibitosaurusNM0176CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.2694,-108.1676,,AIm73?|$*
Crocodile Kitchen Midden(?)San Juan(Rio Arriba?)NMCan't find any references to the crocodile kitchen midden. Since the Torrejon formation is reportedly found only in the Chama Basin, the lat lon of Los Ojos NM is used.EPTorrejonvertebrates-reptilia-sauropsida-diapsida-EosuchiaNM0147CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.73,-106.5728,,AIi15?|$*
Torellones(?)San Juan?(Sandoval?)NMEPNacimientovertebrates-reptilia-crocodiliaNM0183Can't identify a geographic feature 'Torellones' in New Mexico -- a variant of Torreon? Perhaps? See NM0182. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0239,-107.3526,SE1/4SE1/4NW14S27T21NR5W,AIm73?|*$NM0170,NM0171,NM0172,NM0173,NM0182,NM0184,NM0185,NM0201
Torrejon ArroyoSan Juan(Sandoval?)NMESan Josevertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-LeidyosuchusNM0170See NM0182. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0239,-107.3526,SE1/4SE1/4NW14S27T21NR5W,AIm73|*$NM0171,NM0172,NM0173,NM0182,NM0183,NM0184,NM0185,NM0201
Torrejon ArroyoSan Juan?(Sandoval?)NMEPTorrejonvertebrates-reptilia-champsosauridae-ChampsosaurusNM0171See NM0182. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0239,-107.3526,SE1/4SE1/4NW14S27T21NR5W,AIm73|*$NM0170,NM0172,NM0173,NM0182,NM0183,NM0184,NM0185,NM0201
Torrejones?San Juan?(Sandoval?)NMEPTorrejonvertebrates-reptilia-sauropsida-diapsida-EosuchiaNM0172See NM0182 CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0239,-107.3526,SE1/4SE1/4NW14S27T21NR5W,AIm73|*$NM0170,NM0171,NM0173,NM0182,NM0183,NM0184,NM0185,NM0201
Torreon Arroyo(EBrch)San Juan?(Sandoval?)NME branchEPNacimientovertebrates-reptilia-squamata-lacertilia-MachaerosaurusNM0184See NM0102. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0239,-107.3526,SE1/4SE1/4NW14S27T21NR5W,AIm73|*$NM0170,NM0171,NM0172,NM0173,NM0182,NM0183,NM0185,NM0201
Torreon Arroyo(WBrc)San Juan?(Sandoval?)NMW branchEPNacimientovertebrates-reptilia-squamata-serpentes-HelagrasNM0185See NM0182. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0239,-107.3526,SE1/4SE1/4NW14S27T21NR5W,AIm73|*$NM0170,NM0171,NM0172,NM0173,NM0182,NM0183,NM0184,NM0201
Torreon WashSan Juan?(Sandoval?)NMW side of washEPNacimientovertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Akanthosuchus;;squamata-amphisbaenia-Plesiorhineura;lacertilia-ParodaxosaurusNM0173See NM0182. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0239,-107.3526,SE1/4SE1/4NW14S27T21NR5W,AIm73|*$NM0170,NM0171,NM0172,NM0182,NM0183,NM0184,NM0185,NM0201
Las Vegas(SW)San MiguelNMSW in road cutsEPplants(abundant)-angiosperms-Acer(maple),Castanea(chestnut),Cornus(dogwood),Populus(poplar)NM018735.56,-105.2434,,AJm73?|$*
Pecos(DaltonCyn)San MiguelNMin Dalton Canyon and at ski basinPZuinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-crinoids(columnals)NM018835.6025,-106.7356,,AJm73?|$*
Pecos(N-NM63)San MiguelNMin road cuts along NM63 to N in Pecos River Canyoninvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,bryozoaNM018935.5968,-105.6799,,AJm73?|$*
Tecolote CanyonSan MiguelNMSangre de Christo MountainsMArroyo Penascoinvertebrates-brachiopoda-spiriferida-Spirifer;;cnidaria-conularia-ConulariaNM019033.1140,-105.99,,AJm73?|$*
Arroyo Piedra LumbreSandovalNMN side of ArroyoKMenefeevertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-BrachychampsaNM0191CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.6967,-107.2194,,AJm73|$*
Battleship RockSandovalNMIn streambeds along NM4 for several km N and S of Battleship Rock Parking lot. Collecting is allowed in source beds higher up, but climb is strenuousPEJemez Springsinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Punctospirifer,Hystriculina,Neospirifer,Composita;bryozoa,echinoderms-(crinoid fragments);mollusks-gastropodaNM0319101 American Fossil Sites-Dickas35.8294,-106.6461,,AKm72|,
Cabezon(SharkToothRidge)SandovalNMRidge about 4.8km S of Cabezon in lag deposit at base of Pierre Shale above the underlying sandstone. 26 taxa of Cretaceous fish and sharks. Cabazon is a distinctive volcanic plug.KuPierrevertebrates-fish(26taxa)-selachii,(teleosts)NM0328https://sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S019566712100133635.5517,-107.1202,,AKm73?|,
Canon(N16-NM485)SandovalNM16 km N on NM485 in gray limestonesPNinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-crinoidsNM019235.771,-106.691,,AJm73?|*$NM0202,NM0204,NM0213
Canyada Piedra ParadaSandovalNME-OLGalisteovertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Metalabis(?)NM0193'Metalabis' is possibly a misspelling. Metalabis is an insect-an earwig35.4572,-106.7968,,AJm74?|$*NM0194
Canyada Piedra Parada(RedCliffPrspct)SandovalNMAt Red Cliff ProspectMISanta Fevertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneNM0194CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.4572,-106.7968,S11/12T14NR1E,AJm74?|$*NM0193
Canyada de ZiaSandovalNMMISanta Fevertebrates-reptilia-turtles(fragments)NM0195CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.4567,-106.7714,,AJm73?|$*NM0196
Canyada de Zia(RinconQry)SandovalNMIn Rincon Quarry in Rincon fork of Canyada de Zia. Not entirely clear where the quarry is, but it may be off Ojita Arroyo near Zia Pueblo. Quarry was opened by Frick in 1937?MISanta Fevertebrates-reptilia-turtles-KinosternonNM0196CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.4567,-106.7714,T14NR1E/R2E,AJm73?|$*NM0195
Cuba MesaSandovalNMEPNacimientovertebrates-reptilia-turtlesNM0200CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.03,-107.0,,AJj44?|$*
Cuba(GarrisonRch-N)SandovalNMN of Garrison's RanchESan Josevertebrates-reptilia(teeth)-crocodiliaNM0199CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0222,-106.9578,,AJm73?|*$NM0091,NM0198
Cuba(N)SandovalNMN ofEPNacimientovertebrates-reptilia(teeth)-crocodilia-AllognathosuchusNM0198CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0222,-106.9578,,AJm73?|*$NM0091,NM0199
Jemez Springs(S)SandovalNMS for 7 kmPvertebratesNM0202CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.75,-106.71,Loc:3_km_S,AJm73|*$NM0192
Jemez Springs(SW of Battleship Rock)SandovalNMSouth and West of Battleship Rock Monument along road in Limestone outcropsinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids;(others)NM020335.83,-106.64,,AJm73|$*
Jemez State MonumentSandovalNMin Limestone and shale cliffs behind ruins fossils replaced with red chalcedonyinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa,echinoderms-crinoidsNM020435.7786,-106.6858,,AJm73|*$NM0192,NM0213
La VentanaSandovalNMKMancosvertebrates-reptilia-ichthyosauria-IchthyosaurusNM0205Original says La Ventata. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.8667,-106.9500,,AJm73?|$*
Mammalon Hill(TsosieWash)SandovalNMAt Tsosie Wash. Actually in San Juan County?EP(Puercan)Puercovertebrates-amphibia(bones),reptilia-crocodilia(teeth)-Allognathosuchus;squamata-lacertilia-ProxestopsNM0206CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.18,-107.7588,T23NR9w:Location:Tsosie Arroyo.NM,AIl42?|*$NM0164,NM0165,NM0186
Ojo San JoseSandoval?NMIn exposures in two arroyos between Ojo San Jose Spring and Yegua CanyonESan Josevertebrates-mammals-carnivora-Didymictis;eutheria-cimolesta-Coryphodon;condylarthra-Meniscotherium;,;perissodactyla-Homogalax,Hyracotherium;;reptilia-champsosauridae-Champsosaurus;squamata-lacertilia-SaniwaNM0110CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionLate Cretaceous and Early Cenozoic in the San Juan Basin, p336.1787,-106.9019,,Ajm73|$*
Penasco CanyonSandovalNMIn nw1/4se1/4s5tnr1e in 13m of sandy Limestone. PLSS loc lacks a township. Lat Long is an arbitrary location in Penasco Canyon about 12km WNW of San YsidroPNMorrowinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Schizophoria;;protists-forams-MillerellaNM0207-35.6276,-106.8420,,AJj44?|$*
Pinos Canyon(?)SandovalNMto T16NR1E. Can't identify a Pinos Canyon in Sandoval County. Lat Long is center of T16NR1E about 6km NNW of San Ysidroinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita(fragments);brachiopoda(abundant)-Composita,Eumetria,Hustedia,Linoproductus,Meekella,Schizophoria,spiriferida-Spirifer;;bryozoa-Archimedes,fenestellida-Fenestrellina;;mollusks-bivalvia-Leptodesma;gastropoda-Straparollus;;;protists-forams-Endothyra,PlectogyraNM020835.6129,-106.8186,T16NR1E,AJm73?|$*
Puerco River(Cuba)?Sandoval?NMW of Nacimiento MountainEPTorrejonvertebrates-reptilia(bones)-champsosauridae-ChampsosaurusNM0167CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0288,-106.9083,,AJm73?|*$NM0168,NM0181
Regina(Largo Canyon-W)SandovalNMTo W in reworked sediments in Largo CanyonESan Josevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-pristidae-IschyrhizaNM011636.2385,-106.975,,AJl43?|*$NM0083,NM0103,NM0161
Regina(N1)SandovalNM1.6km N in badlands adjacent to Lindreth-Regina roadESan Josevertebrates-reptilia(teeth)-crocodilia,turtles(fragments)NM0113CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.1939,-106.9567,,AJm73|$*
Regina(Qry58/Qry88)Sandoval?NMAt Quarry 58 and Quarry 88 -- Quarry 88 may be same site as Arroyo BlancoESan Josevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Diacodexis;carnivora-Miacis,Viverravus;creodonta-Prototomus;eulipotyphla-Macrocranion;eutheria-cimolesta-Didelphodus;condylarthra-Chriacus,Thryptacodon;;insectivora-Leptacodon,Scenopagus;leptictida-Diacodon,Prodiacodon;marsupialia-Peradectes;perissodactyla-Hyracotherium;primates-Cantius,omomyidae-Omomys;Phenacolemur;rodentia-Paramys;;reptilia-crocodilia(teeth)(bones),squamataNM0114CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.1842,-106.9561,,AJm73?|$*
Regina(S)SandovalNME of Regina-La Jara RdESan Josevertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia(teeth)(bones)NM0115May be in Sandoval County. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.1634,-106.9608,,AKm73?|$*
Rio PuercoSandovalNMin Rio Puerco Valley. There are several Rio Puercos in New Mexico. Location is arbitrary -- West of Jemez Pueblo.Kinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaNM021035.6121,-106.9038,,AIi44?|$*
San LuisSandovalNMArea BadlandsKvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(fragments)NM0211CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.6825,-107.0500,,AIm73|$*
San YsidroSandovalNMJMorrisonvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-SeismosaurusNM0212CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.5629,-106.7704,,AIm74|$*
San Ysidro(N32-NM4-Jemez State Monument)SandovalNM32 km N at Jemez Springs on NM4 in hills and streams behind the ruins of the Mission at Jemez State MonumentPN-NM021335.7783,-106.6866,,AJm73|*$NM0192,NM0204
Santa Rosa Mountain(SW3)SandovalNM3.5 km SW in Arroyo as road drops below mesa in shales and sandstones below lava beds. Originally entered as Santa Fe Cty, but Cerro Santa Rosa is in Sandoval County.Kinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingula;mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,Astarte,Cyprimeria?,Nucula,Ostrea,Protocardia,Solen;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,Helicoceras;;gastropoda-Admetopsis,Natica,Tritonium,Turritella;;;vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-BeryxNM025135.9341,-106.5358,,AJm73|$*
Torreon Wash (East Flank-Lower)SandovalNMPaleocene Mammal Reference LocationEPNacimientovertebrates-mammalsNM0201See NM0182. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0239,-107.3526,,AIm73|*$NM0170,NM0171,NM0172,NM0173,NM0182,NM0183,NM0184,NM0185
Tsosie HillSandovalNMEP(Puercan)Puercovertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia(teeth)-Allognathosuchus;squamata-lacertilia-Odaxosaurus,Proxestops;;turtlesNM0214CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0997,-107.923,Location:Tsosie Arroyo.NM,AJm73|$*NM0215
Tsosie HillSandovalNMEP(Puercan)Puercovertebrates-reptilia-squamata(bones)(scutes)(teeth)NM0215CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0997,-107.923,Location:Tsosie Arroyo.NM,AJm73|$*NM0214
Warm Springs Resort(E)SandovalNMto E. There are many hot springs in NM. McCauley Hot Springs (Spence Hot Springs) N of Jemez Springs seems a likely candidate.invertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita(fragments);brachiopoda(abundant)-Composita,Eumetria,Hustedia,Linoproductus,Meekella,Schizophoria,spiriferida-Spirifer;;bryozoa-Archimedes,fenestellida-Fenestrellina;;mollusks-bivalvia-Leptodesma;gastropoda-Straparollus;;;protists-forams-Endothyra,PlectogyraNM021635.8495,-106.6297,,AJm73?|$*
Achavica ArroyoSanta FeNM2 km NW of Grand Central Mountain in metamorphosed sandstones and shales. Location is in the Cerrilos HIll N of Cerillos, NM, but modern maps do not include the landmarks.Kinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia(sparse)-Corbula,Cyprimeria?,Endocostea,Inoceramus,Ostrea,Protocardia,Trigonarca;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites;;gastropoda-RostellariaNM021735.4830,-106.1324,,AJm73?|$*NM0223
Arroyo AnchoSanta FeNMMI(Clarendon)Tesuquevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Miolabis;;carnivora-Amphicyon;rodentia-castoridae-Pareucastor(?)NM0218Although the name is plausible there do not seem to be any citations for 'Pareucastor'. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.8372,-106.0144,,AJm73|$*
Arroyo Chamismo(?)Santa FeNMOriginally Arroyo ChamismaMIZia Sandvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Leptauchenia;perissodactyla-rhinocerotidae-Peraceras;;(Sublabis)NM0296CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.5894,-106.6403,,AJm73|$*
Canyada de Las Molpas(?)Santa FeNMN Discovery Fork of the canyon--N Pojoaque Bluff area. (Possibly Malpas Canyon--but cant find that either)MI(Clarendon)Tesuquevertebrates-aves(birds)(bones),mammals-carnivora-Plionictis;rodentia-Phelosaccomys;;reptilia-squamataNM0222May be same site as 'Jacona Microfauna Quarry?'-Couldn't locate Las Molpas Canyon. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.8928,-106.0225,location:Pojoaque.NM,AJm73?|$*
CerrillosSanta FeNMJust NE of smelter in dark calcareous shalesKinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Aucella,Inoceramus,Ostrea;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Prionocyclus,Prionotropis,Scaphites;;gastropoda-Acmaea,Rostellites,Scurria?;;;vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-BeryxNM022435.4378,-106.1219,,AJm73|$*NM0225
Cerrillos(N)Santa FeNMIn outcrops N of town in dark calcareous shalesKinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Aucella,Inoceramus,Ostrea;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Prionocyclus,Prionotropis,Scaphites;;gastropoda-Acmaea,Rostellites,Scurria?;;;vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-BeryxNM022335.4830,-106.1324,,AJm73?|$*NM0217
Cerrillos(SweetRnch)Santa FeNMSweet Ranch (for fee in 1970s)plants-(petrified wood)NM022535.4378,-106.1219,,AJm73?|*$NM0224,NM0255
CuyamungueSanta FeNMEMI(Barstow)Tesuquevertebrates-mammals-carnivora-canidae-Tephrocyon,Tomarctus;,;perissodactyla-equidae-Acritohippus;rhinocerotidae-PeracerasNM0226CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission. Acritohippus originally Atavahippus35.8763,-106.0083,,AJm73|$*NM0227
Cuyamunque(W)Santa FeNMto W Just W of main Central fault in Cuyamunque WashMI(Clarendon)Tesuquevertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneNM0227CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.8763,-106.0083,,AJm73|$*NM0226
EspanolaSanta FeNMarea exposuresMITesuquevertebrates-aves(birds)(bones)NM0229CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.9911,-106.0800,,AJm43|$*NM0094
Espanola Basin(East Cuyamunque)Santa FeNMNear East CuyamunqueMI(Hemingford)Tesuquevertebrates-mammals-carnivora-PseudaelurusNM0230CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.8758,-105.9556,,AJm73?|$*
First Wash?Santa FeNMCan't locateMI(Clarendon)Tesuquevertebrates-mammals-carnivora-canidae-Aelurodon,Tomarctus;;rodentia-castoridae-Eucastor(?)NM0231CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.0039,-106.0267,,AJm73?|$*
Galisteo DamSanta FeNMIn Juana Lopez member of Mancos ShaleKMancosinvertebrates,vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-PtychodusNM0314http://www.scribd.com/doc/7057257/17Sealeyetal835.4638,-106.2091,,AJm73|$*
Jacona Grant(PojoaqueBluffs)Santa FeNMPojoaque Bluffs. 200 yds E of San Ildefonso E boundaryMI(Clarendon)Tesuquevertebrates-reptilia-squamataNM0232CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.8965,-106.0715,,AJm72?|*$NM0233,NM0242
Jacona Wash(JaconaMicrofaunaQry)Santa FeNMAt Jacona Microfauna Quarry in Jacona Wash E of Huerfano fault in middle of Jacona grantMI(Clarendon)(Barstow)Tesuquevertebrates-amphibia-anura,(others);aves(birds)(bones),reptilia-squamata,turtles-GeocheloneNM0233CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.9119,-106.0681,NW1/4S2T19NR8E,AJm73|*$NM0232,NM0242
Joe Rak WashSanta FeNMMI(Barstow)Tesuquevertebrates-mammals-carnivora-canidae-Tomarctus;PlionictisNM0244CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.96,-106.02,,AJm73|*$NM0254
LamySanta FeNMabundant poorly preserved ammonoidea in arroyo in gray green sandstone behind the churchinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea(abundant)NM023435.4829,-105.8817,,AJm73|$*
MadridSanta FeNMIn 3 km long EW exposures of shaley sandstone in concretionsinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,Endocostea,Inoceramus,Ostrea;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,Placenticeras,StantonocerasNM023635.4067,-106.1519,,AJm73|*$NM0235,NM0237
MadridSanta FeNMIn area outcropsTRvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Buettneria,stereospondyli;,;(labyrinthodontia)NM0237CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.4067,-106.1519,,AJm73|*$NM0235,NM0236
Madrid(E1)Santa FeNM1 km E in shaley limestones and concretionsinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-FicusNM023535.407,-106.1405,,AJm73|*$NM0236,NM0237
NambeSanta FeNMMI(Hemingford)Tesuquevertebrates-mammals-carnivora-Cynarctoides;perissodactyla-rhinocerotidae-PeracerasNM0238CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.93,-106.023,,AJm73|$*
Pojoaque Bluffs(Jacona-W)Santa FeNMW side of Jacona grantMI(Clarendon)(Barstow)Tesuquevertebrates-aves(birds)(bones),mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Aepycamelus,Homolabis(?);Pseudoparablastomeryx,;carnivora-Brachypsalis,Mustela,Plionictis,Pseudaelurus,Pseudocyon;perissodactyla-rhinocerotidae-Aphelops,Peraceras;;rodentia-castoridae-Dipoides,Eucastor,Eucastor(?);geomyidae-Perognathus;,;;reptilia-squamata,turtlesNM0242CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission. Eucastor orginally entered as Megeucastor. Homolabis is a dubious genus35.9064,-106.0681,,AJm73|*$NM0232,NM0233
Pojoaque Bluffs(N)Santa FeNMN ofMI(Clarendon)Tesuquevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Meryceros;carnivora-canidae-Aelurodon,Carpocyon,Tomarctus;;perissodactyla-equidae-Pliohippus;rhinocerotidae-Aphelops,Peraceras;;rodentia-castoridae-Eucastor,Mylagaulus,PareucastorNM0239CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.9433,-106.0417,,AJm73|$*NM0240
Pojoaque Bluffs(N)Santa FeNMN ofMI(Clarendon)(Barstow)Tesuquevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae?-Homolabis(?),Metalabis(?);;carnivora-canidae-Tomarctus;;perissodactyla-rhinocerotidae-Aphelops,PeracerasNM0240CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission. Metalabis is probably an invalid name.The real Metalabis is an insect. Homolabis is a dubious genus35.9433,-106.0417,,AJm73|$*NM0239
Pojoaque Bluffs(NW)Santa FeNMNW ofMI(Clarendon)(Barstow)Tesuquevertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GopherusNM0241CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.9302,-106.0687,,AJm73|$*
Pojoaque Bluffs(Santa Clara)Santa FeNMin Bone Pocket 100m NW of the 1 M stake on the Santa Clara GrantMI(Clarendon)Tesuquevertebrates-reptilia-squamataNM0243CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.9978,-106.0889,,AJm73?|$*NM0094
Sacred Springs(San Ildefonso)Santa FeNM1.6km N at San Ildefonso Locality No 1 = Rodent PocketMI(Clarendon)Tesuquevertebrates-aves(birds)(bones),mammals,reptilia-turtles-KinosternonNM0246CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.9192,-106.0842,,AJm73|*$NM0245,NM0247
Sacred Springs(San Ildefonso)Santa FeNMMIChamitavertebrates(bones)NM0245CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.9192,-106.0842,,AJm73|*$NM0246,NM0247
San IldefonsoSanta FeNMMIChamitavertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Aepycamelus;Plioceros,;carnivora-Bassariscus,canidae-Aelurodon,Tomarctus;Hemicyon,Mustela;rodentia-castoridae-Eucastor,MylagaulusNM0247CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.9192,-106.0842,,AJm73|*$NM0245,NM0246
Santa CruzSanta FeNMArea exposuresMI(Clarendon)Tesuquevertebrates-aves(birds)(bones),mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Aepycamelus,Procamelus;Longirostromeryx,,;carnivora-Brachypsalis,canidae-Carpocyon;Mustela,Plionictis,Pseudaelurus,Sthenictis;insectivora-erinaceomorpha-Untermannerix;;perissodactyla-equidae-Pliohippus;rhinocerotidae-Aphelops,Peraceras;;rodentia-castoridae-Dipoides,Eucastor,Eucastor(?),Pareucastor;;talpidae-Scalopus;;reptilia-squamata-lacertilia-Gerrhonotus;;turtles-GeocheloneNM0248CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission. Eucastor orginally entered as Megeucastor35.9922,-106.0472,,AJm73|$*
Santa FeSanta FeNMPNvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-chimaera-DeltodusNM0249CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.6864,-105.9424,,AJk43|$*
Santa Fe(Cerro Gordo Rd)Santa FeNMin small valley on Cerro Gordo Rd in limestones and shalesPNinvertebrates(?)(abundant)NM025035.6864,-105.904,,AKm72?|$*
Skull RidgeSanta FeNMS of Arroyo SecoMI(Barstow)Tesuquevertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneNM0253CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.9497,-105.9911,,AJm73|*$NM0252,NM0254
Skull RidgeSanta FeNMMI(Barstow)Tesuquevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Homocamelus,Protolabis,Rakomylus;;carnivora-Bassariscus,Brachypsalis,Miomustela,Mustela,Pseudaelurus;perissodactyla-rhinocerotidae-Aphelops;;proboscidea-Mammuthus;rodentia-geomyidae-CupidinimusNM025235.9497,-105.9911,,AJm73|*$NM0253,NM0254
Skull Ridge(Joe Rak Wash)Santa FeNMS of Three Sisters Buttes in Middle Fork of Joe Rak WashMI(Hemphill)Tesuquevertebrates-reptilia-squamata,turtles-KinosternonNM0254CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.9619,-105.9808,,AKm73|*$NM0244,NM0252,NM0253,NM0258
Sweet RanchSanta FeNM5.6km E of CerrillosE-OLGalisteovertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-brontotheriidae-TeleodusNM0255CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.4375,-106.0575,,AJm73?|$*NM0225
Waldo(NW5)Santa FeNM5 km NW in road cutsinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Astarte,Inoceramus;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,Placenticeras,StantonocerasNM025635.4724,-106.1001,,AKm73|$*
Waldo(WNW7)Santa FeNM7 km WNW S of road in East dipping shales at E edge of Galisteo monoclineinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Astarte,Inoceramus,OstreaNM025735.4760,-106.0688,,AKm73?|$*
White Operation(N2)Santa FeNMArea exposures- 1.6km N,S of White Operation WashMI(Hemingford)(Hemphill)(Barstow)Tesuquevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Blastomeryx,camelidae-Aepycamelus,Homocamelus,Miolabis,Protolabis,Rakomylus;Cosoryx,Meryceros;;reptilia-squamata-lacertilia-Armandisaurus;;turtlesNM0258CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission. A dubious name 'Altochenia' appeared in my initial entry. Mispelling? Of what?35.9747,-105.9783,,AJm73|$*NM0254
DerrySierraNMat S end of Caballo Mountains S1T18SR3W Hayfield Tank; New Mexico: Dona Ana Co. -107.0978, 32.7695 at a distance of 407 m Horseshoe Deposit; New Mexico: Dona Ana Co. -107.1070, 32.7668 at a distance of 802 m 32.7719N, 107.1010WDPerchainvertebrates-brachiopoda-Chonetes,Cleiothyridina,productida-Productus;Rhipidomella,spiriferida-Spirifer;Strophopleura;bryozoa,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-crinoids(columnals),echinoidea-EchinocrinusNM025932.7718,-107.1025,S1T18SR3W,AJm72|$*
Engle(E-San Andreas Mtns)SierraNME in San Andreas Mountains in red beds about 200m below massive red sandstonePYesoinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-PseudomontisNM0297http://books.google.com/books?id=svVskArvqRAC&pg=PA116&lpg=PA116&dq=abbott+pennsylvanian+fossils&source=web&ots=lOtHaJf56y&sig=NJ5TQEVUMG0nHqmfhmFd1_ZhOUg#PPA113,M133.22,-106.74,,AHm74?|$*NM0264
Fort McRaeSierraNMThe site of Fort McRae was flooded by the waters of Leesburg Reservoir.KNiobraravertebrates-reptilia-squamata-mosasauridae-TylosaurusNM0260CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission32.4993,-106.9292,,AJm73|$*NM0024
Hillsboro(SE2-BoxCanyon)SierraNM2 km SE in Box CanyonDinvertebrates-brachiopoda,cnidaria-coralsNM026132.90,-107.545,,AJm73?|$*
Lake ValleySierraNMIn shaly limestones overlaying (East of) older formations. In NS trending exposure between town and the productive ore bodiesMLake Valleyinvertebrates(?)(abundant)NM0303http://www.aimehq.org/search/docs/Volume 039/039-21.pdf32.7178,-107.5678,,AIm73|SITES/NMLAKEVALLEY$*NM0263
Lake ValleySierraNMWell preserved Mississippian fossils in limey siltstone E of the townMLake Valley?NM026332.7178,-107.5678,,AIm73|$*NM0303
Lake Valley(N2)SierraNM1.5 km N in Lake Valley EscarpmentMLake Valleyinvertebrates(?)(abundant)NM0262http://geoinfo.nmt.edu/tour/landmarks/lake_valley/home.html#fig132.7349,-107.5703,,AIm73|$*NM0317
Lake Valley(N2)SierraNM2 km N on E side of NM27 near top of Apache HillMLake Valleyinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-crinoids(plates)(calices);mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda,gastropodaNM0317http://geoinfo.nmt.edu/tour/landmarks/lake_valley/home.html#fig132.7349,-107.5703,,AIm73|$*NM0262
San Andreas Mountains(EagleDistrict-E)SierraNME of Engle District 200 meters above top of red sandstonesPYesoinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-PseudomonotisNM026433.22,-106.74,,AHm73?|$*NM0297
Truth or Consequences(Bat Cave)SierraNMS and E in Caballo Mountains near Bat cave on N side of Cable Canyon. Loc used is probably Bat CaveOlBat Caveinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;bryozoa,mollusks-cephalopoda,gastropoda(fragments);;microfossils-stromatolitesNM027232.9308,-107.2351,,AJm73?|$*NM0271
Truth or Consequences(BlueMtn)SierraNMAlong Blue Mountain (NM has no shortage of Blue Mtns Loc used may not be the right one)OlBat Caveinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;bryozoa,mollusks-cephalopoda,gastropoda(fragments);;microfossils-stromatolitesNM026533.6592,-107.4361,,AHm73?|$*
Truth or Consequences(CaballoMtns-Wside)SierraNMOn W side of Caballo MountainOlBat Caveinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;bryozoa,mollusks-cephalopoda,gastropoda(fragments);;microfossils-stromatolitesNM027132.9274,-107.23,,AIj44?|$*NM0272
Truth or Consequences(FlatTop/RedHouseMtns)SierraNMAt Flat Top and Red House MountainsOlBat Caveinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;bryozoa,mollusks-cephalopoda,gastropoda(fragments);;microfossils-stromatolitesNM026732.777,-107.1424,,AIm73?|$*
Truth or Consequences(Molinas Cyn)SierraNMAt S End of Nakaye Mountain in Molinas Canyon. Can't find either Molinas Canyon or Naykye Mountain on maps. But Molinas Canyon seems to be in the Caballo Mtns -- probably the S end of the range. Loc used is arbitrary.OlBat Caveinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;bryozoa,mollusks-cephalopoda,gastropoda(fragments);;microfossils-stromatolitesNM026932.79,-107.241,,AJm73|$*
Truth or Consequences(Mud Springs Mtns)SierraNMAlong Mud Springs Mountains EscarpmentOlBat Caveinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;bryozoa,mollusks-cephalopoda,gastropoda(fragments);;microfossils-stromatolitesNM026633.18,-107.306,,AKm73|$*
Truth or Consequences(Red Hill)SierraNMAt North Red Hills. Can't identify Red Hills. Loc used is Red Hill Tank in the Caballo MtnsOlBat Caveinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;bryozoa,mollusks-cephalopoda,gastropoda(fragments);;microfossils-stromatolitesNM026832.8335,-107.2509,,AIk73?|$*NM0270
Truth or Consequences(Red Hills South)SierraNMAt South Red Hills. Can't identify the Red Hills. Loc is Red Hill Tank in the Caballo MtnsOlBat Caveinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;bryozoa,mollusks-cephalopoda,gastropoda(fragments);;microfossils-stromatolitesNM027032.8335,-107.2509,,AIk73?|$*NM0268
Truth or Consequences(Timber Mtn)SierraNMS and E in Caballo Mountains on W side of Timber Mountain in blue glauconitic LimestoneCBlissinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingulella,Obolus,Orusia,Westonia;graptolites-DendrograptusNM0273invertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingulella originally Linguella32.9595,-107.2360,,AJm73|$*
Fort Craig?SocorroNM80 km N of Truth or Consequences. E then S 20 km to Mile Post 1370. (petrified wood) in Mountains to East?NM0274Description is hopelessly vauge. Might be near 33.7,-106.7 (if E is across the Rio Grande) or 33.6346,-107.0131 (Ft Craig)... or somewhere else.33.6346,-107.0131,,AHj14?|$*
Hart MineSocorroNMType section of the Hart Mine formation is reported to be in SE1/4S10T5SR2E, W of the site of Old Carthage. Loc used is Hart Mine.EHart Minevertebrates-mammals-eutheria-Leptotomus;perissodactyla-brontotheriidae-Manteoceras;;primates-notharctidae-NotharctusNM0275CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.8829,-106.7150,,AJm73|$*
Kelly mineSocorroNM5 km NE of Magdalana (Actually is about 5km SSE)invertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids;mollusks,(others)NM027634.0844,-107.1982,,AKm73|$*NM0277
Ladron MountainsSocorro?NMin 10 meters of crinoidal Limestone bedMKellyinvertebrates-brachiopoda(abundant),bryozoa,cnidaria-corals-rugosa(cup_corals);;echinoderms-blastoidea,crinoids;mollusks-gastropoda;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)NM028234.4342,-107.0844,,AHj44|$*
Magdalena DistrictSocorroNMinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids;mollusks,(others)NM027934.1168,-107.2441,,AKk53|$*
Magdalena(Kelly Mine)SocorroNM5 km NE (SSE?) near Kelley MineMinvertebrates-echinoderms-blastoidea,crinoids;mollusks;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)NM027734.0844,-107.1982,,AKm73|$*NM0276
Magdalena(N7-Bear Mtns)SocorroNM7 km N in Bear Mountainsplants-(palms),(petrified wood),pteridophyta-cycadopsidaNM027834.2297,-107.2395,,AJm73|$*
Scholle(E-US60)SocorroNMIn Road cuts along US60 East of towninvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,bryozoaNM028034.4275,-106.4161,,AKm73|$*
Socorro(NE-Arroyo Parida)SocorroNM16 km NE,in area exposures W of Arroyo de la ParidaPvertebratesNM0281CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.13,-106.85,,AJm73?|$*
Arroyo SecoTaosNMMI(Barstow)TesuquevertebratesNM0283CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.5165,-105.57,,AJKm3?|$*
Ponce de Leon SpringsTaosNM800 m SW of Ranchos de Taos to Llano Quernado Rd. NW about 4km on Llano Quernado and Miranda Cyn Rd to gated road on Rt. Proceed 1.6km on foot.Minvertebrates-brachiopoda-spiriferida-Spirifer;;cnidaria-corals-rugosa-LithostrotionNM028436.3811,-105.6346,,AKm73?|$*
Taos(NM64)TaosNMin NM 64 road cuts between Taos and Eagle Nest (NE of Taos in Colfax County)PNinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoaNM0286Location used is arbitrary point on US64 about 20km E of Taos.36.3738,-105.4141,,AJj43?|$*
Taos(US64)TaosNMIn road cuts along US64 in Pennsylvanian shalesPNinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,bryozoaNM028536.4072,-105.5730,,AJm73|$*
Warm SpringsTaos?NMJTodilto Limestonevertebrates-fish-osteichtyes-TodiltiaNM0034Lat Lon is Warm Spring SW of Taos. There are probably several Warm Springs in NM36.25,-105.7278,,AJm73?|$*
Battleship MountainUnionNMBattleship Mtn seems to also be known as Steamboat ButteMIChamitavertebrates-mammals-carnivora-canidae-AelurodonNM0220CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission 36.9781,-103.2057,,AJm73|$*
Clayton LakeUnionNMExtensive dinosaur trackways of at least two genera with mudcracks in dam spillway at Clayton Lake State ParkKichnofossils-Caririchnium(dinosaur footprints)NM0321101 American Fossil Sites-Dickas36.5778,-103.2964,,AKm72|,
Clayton Lake State ParkUnionNMlarge dinosaur track sitevertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(trackways)NM028736.5779,-103.2964,,AJm73|$*
FolsomUnionNMPEvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Bison(buffalo)NM0288CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.8450,-103.9172,,AHm73|$*
Folsom(62E)UnionNM68.2km E in Cimarron Valley at McCriston's(?) RanchTRDockum?vertebrates(bones)(tracks)NM0289Can't identify McCriston Ranch36.98,-103.46,,AIi14?|$*
Peacock CanyonUnionNMTRChinlevertebrates(tracks)-reptilia-aetosauria,squamata-lacertilia(lizards)(small);;synapsida-therapsidaNM0310http://keckgeology.org/files/pdf/symvol/11th/Utah/charette.pdf36.9028,-103.3536,,AHm73|$*
Bluewater Lake(Sshore)ValenciaNMin Limestone outcrops on S shorePinvertebrates-brachiopoda(abundant),mollusks-cephalopodaNM029035.2948,-108.1391,,AHm73|$*
Rio PuercoValenciaNMIn area Limestone exposures throughout the valleyinvertebrates(?)(abundant)NM029234.6185,-106.9011,,AJm74|$*
Rio PuercoValencia?NMS side of boundary fence of the Isleta Indian Reservation in a layer with potato shaped concretions. The description seems dubious, but if accurate, the site is in Valencia County, not Sandoval County.MISanta Fevertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneNM0209CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.8357,-106.9924,,AIm73?|$*

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