US And Canadian Fossil Sites -- Data for NOVA SCOTIA

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LocationCountyState/ProvinceDirections,NotesAgeFormationFossilsSite IDCommentsReferenceLat-Long|Spare1Spare2Spare3
--NSRegional outcrops of Lower Kentville formation inland and parallel to Bay of Fundy in graptolitic shalesSKentvilleinvertebrates-graptolitesNS0067http://journals.hil.unb.ca/index.php/ag/article/view/1813/217744.5544,-65.6104,,AFf14|Meguma$*NS0068
--NSRegional outcrops of Torbrook formation inland and parallel to Bay of FundyDTorbrookinvertebrates(?)(abundant)NS0068http://journals.hil.unb.ca/index.php/ag/article/view/1813/217744.5544,-65.6104,,AHh14|Meguma$*NS0067
-?-NSMississippian lakebed and near shore deposits from Nova Scotia. ichnofossilsMHorton Bluff(NS)?NS000745.3600,-61.4942,,AHh15?|$*
Cape Breton Island-NSCinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobitaNS000146.2672,-60.3809,,AGg14?|$*NS0003
Cape Breton Island-NSCRplants(good)NS000246.1349,-60.1908,location:Sydney.NS,AGg14?|*$NS0005,NS0061
Cape Breton Island-NSMFisset BrookplantsNS000346.2672,-60.3809,,AGg14?|$*NS0001
Central Mainland Nova Scotia-NSMuKennetcook,Herbert River Limestonesinvertebrates(bioherm)(reef)NS000445.0658,-63.4350,,AFf14?|$*
Nova Scotia-NSJScots Bayvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(tracks)NS000645.3753,-64.3524,,AFf14?|$*
Nova Scotia-NSKplants(coal)(lignite)NS000546.1349,-60.1908,location:Sydney.NS,AGg14?|*$NS0002,NS0061
Bear RiverAnnapolisNSN and East in Bear River-Clementsville(Clementsvale?) areaDlTorbrookinvertebrates-mollusksNS0070http://www.gov.ns.ca/natr/meb/pdf/04re01/04re01_White.pdf44.5978,-65.60,,AFk43|Meguma$*
Bear RiverAnnapolisNSnearbySWhiterockinvertebrates-mollusksNS0071http://www.gov.ns.ca/natr/meb/pdf/04re01/04re01_White.pdf44.5760,-65.6405,,AFk43|Meguma*$NS0008,NS0009,NS0094
Bear RiverAnnapolisNSinvertebrates-mollusksNS000844.5760,-65.6405,,AFk43|*$NS0009,NS0071,NS0094
Bear RiverAnnapolisNSinvertebrates-mollusksNS000944.5760,-65.6405,,AFk43|*$NS0008,NS0071,NS0094
Bear RiverAnnapolis?NSIn shales and sandstonesDTorbrookinvertebrates(abundant)-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;mollusks-gastropoda;(others),;plantsNS0094http://journals.hil.unb.ca/index.php/ag/article/viewFile/1825/218944.5760,-65.6405,,AFk43|*$NS0008,NS0009,NS0071
Messenger BrookAnnapolisNSIn shales and sandstonesDTorbrookinvertebrates(abundant)-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;mollusks-gastropoda;(others),;plantsNS0096Note Torobrook Mines is E of Nictauxhttp://journals.hil.unb.ca/index.php/ag/article/viewFile/1825/218944.8166,-65.3479,,AFk43|$*
NictauxAnnapolisNSIn iron ore depositsDinvertebrates-mollusksNS0099http://www.archive.org/stream/reminiscencesamo00westuoft/reminiscencesamo00westuoft_djvu.txt44.9335,-65.0503,,AFk43|$*
Annapolis ValleyAnnapolis|KingsNSTR-JFundy Groupinvertebrates(non_marine)NS001045.0001,-64.9155,,AFk43|$*
Antigonish(McArasBrk)AntigonishNSAt McAras BrookDlKnoydartvertebrates-fish-heterostraci-PteraspisNS001145.6232,-62.0023,,AFk43|$*
ArisaigAntigonishNSClassic Silurian section in Sea Cliffs at Provincial Park. Subset of 47 million year Paleozoic section from Arisaig Point to McAras BrookSinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,echinoderms-crinoids;graptolites,mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda,gastropoda-pteropoda-tentaculitidaNS001845.7571,-62.1719,,AFk43|*$NS0012,NS0013,NS0014,NS0015,NS0016,NS0017,NS0088
ArisaigAntigonishNSinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita(fragments) Cape GeorgeSStonehouseinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita(fragments)NS001645.7571,-62.1719,,AFk43|*$NS0012,NS0013,NS0014,NS0015,NS0017,NS0018,NS0088
ArisaigAntigonishNSSRoss Brook?NS001445.7571,-62.1719,,AFk43|*$NS0012,NS0013,NS0015,NS0016,NS0017,NS0018,NS0088
ArisaigAntigonishNSSStonehouseinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita(fragments)NS001545.7571,-62.1719,,AFk43|*$NS0012,NS0013,NS0014,NS0016,NS0017,NS0018,NS0088
ArisaigAntigonishNSSStonehouse,Moydartinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobitaNS001745.7571,-62.1719,,AFk43|*$NS0012,NS0013,NS0014,NS0015,NS0016,NS0018,NS0088
ArisaigAntigonishNSSinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodaNS001345.7571,-62.1719,,AFk43|*$NS0012,NS0014,NS0015,NS0016,NS0017,NS0018,NS0088
ArisaigAntigonishNSSmicroorganisms-acritarchsNS001245.7571,-62.1719,,AFk43|*$NS0013,NS0014,NS0015,NS0016,NS0017,NS0018,NS0088
Arisaig(ArasaigPt-W)AntigonishNSIn sea cliffs W of Arisaig Point accessible from Arisaig Provincial Picnic ParkSinvertebrates(?)(abundant)NS0088Collecting of loose fossil material on beach is permitted in NS, but unusual specimens must be checked and released by Nova Scotia Museum of Natural Historyhttp://museum.gov.ns.ca/fossils/sites/index.htm45.7571,-62.1719,,AFk43|*$NS0012,NS0013,NS0014,NS0015,NS0016,NS0017,NS0018
Cape GeorgeAntigonishNSFresh water algal reefCRWilkie Brookmicrofossils-stromatolitesNS0019http://www.gov.ns.ca/NATR/meb/tgi/SUM2001/SUM2001B.HTM45.833,-61.925,,AFk43|*$NS0020,NS0066
Cape GeorgeAntigonishNSDMcAras Brookichnofossils-burrows_invertebrate-BeaconitesNS002045.833,-61.925,,AFk43|*$NS0019,NS0066
Cape GeorgeAntigonishNSOinvertebrates-graptolitesNS0066The Acadian Orogeny: Recent Studies in New England, Maritime ... Google Books45.833,-61.925,,AFk43|Avalon?*$NS0019,NS0020
Marsby HopeAntigonishNSMarsby Hope appears to be on RR between New Glasgow and Antigonish about 6.4km W of James RiverSinvertebrates-mollusksNS0060An American Geological Railway Guide p5745.585,-62.22,,AFk43|$*
McCaras BrookAntigonishNS4.8km SW of Arasaig from small knoll W of McCaras Brook and 130m S of shore road. rare fossils in redbeds and many partial fossils in pellet bedDKnoydartvertebrates-fish-acanthodii-Onchus;heterostraci-Pteraspis;osteostraci-CephalaspisNS0104http://www.archive.org/stream/earlydevonianver3717deni/earlydevonianver3717deni_djvu.txt45.7254,-62.2156,,AFk43|*$NS0102,NS0103
McCaras BrookAntigonishNSin freshwater redbeds similar to the European Old Red Sandstone along the 5km of road S to DumaglassDKnoydartvertebrates-fishNS0102http://museum.gov.ns.ca/mnh/nature/nhns2/300/312.htm45.7254,-62.2156,,AFk43|*$NS0103,NS0104
McCaras BrookAntigonishNSrare fossils on W bank of McCaras Brook at shore roadDKnoydartvertebrates-fish-acanthodii-Onchus;heterostraci-Pteraspis;osteostraci-Cephalaspis;pteraspidomorphi-PsammosteusNS0103http://www.archive.org/stream/earlydevonianver3717deni/earlydevonianver3717deni_djvu.txt45.7254,-62.2156,,AFk43|*$NS0102,NS0104
SydneyAntigonishNSIn clays interbedded with coalplants-lycopodiophyta-Stigmaria;pteridophyta-equisetales-CalamitesNS0061An American Geological Railway Guide p8246.1349,-60.1908,,AFk43|*$NS0002,NS0005
Sydney CoalfieldAntigonishNSAlong coast of Cape Breton Is from Cape Dauphin east to Morien BayCRplants-gymnospermopsida-Sigillaria;lycopodiophyta-Lepidodendron,Stigmaria;pteridophyta-equisetales-Calamites;;(others)NS002146.255,-60.08,,AFh44|*$NS0077,NS0093
Sydney(NE_sea_cliffs)AntigonishNSFossils associated with coal in sea cliffs for 50km betwwen Cape Dauphin and Morien BayCRichnofossils,plants-gymnospermopsida-Sigillaria;lycopodiophyta-Lepidodendron,Stigmaria;pteridophyta-equisetales-Calamites;;(others)NS0093Collecting of loose fossil material on beach is permitted in NS, but unusual specimens must be checked and released by Nova Scotia Museum of Natural Historyhttp://museum.gov.ns.ca/fossils/sites/index.htm46.255,-60.08,,AFk43|*$NS0021,NS0077
Sydney(NW_sea_cliffs)AntigonishNSSea cliffsCRplants,vertebratesNS0077Collecting of loose material on beach is permitted in NS, but unusual specimens must be checked and released by Nova Scotia Museum of Natural Historyhttp://www.photoguild.ns.ca/events/AGS-2006-Noel-Shore.pdf46.255,-60.08,,AFk43|*$NS0021,NS0093
Cap Rouge?Cape BretonNSin Mississippian shalesMHorton Bluff(NS)vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-palaeoniscidae;(scales)NS0022Could possibly be a reference to Red Head E of Five Islands, Cumberland County (45.3836,-64.0712)45.575,-60.745,,AFm73?|$*
Cape BretonCape BretonNSOinvertebrates-graptolitesNS0098Annual Report Geological Survey of Canada 1889 http://books.google.com/books?output=html&id=5ZYMAAAAYAAJ46.0,-60.94,,AFf15?|$*
CataloneCape BretonNSClFosters Pointinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Micromitra,Obolus,PaterinaNS002345.9861,-59.9926,,AFm73|$*NS0024
Catalone RiverCape BretonNSClBrigusinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobitaNS002445.9892,-59.996,,AFm73?|$*NS0023
FlorenceCape BretonNSIn Pennsylvanian shalesPNplants-gymnospermopsida-Neuropteris;pteridophyta-AnnulariaNS002546.2558,-60.2617,,AFm73|$*
Georges RiverCape BretonNSNear Bras d'Or BayCinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Lingula,Obolella;hyolitha-HyolithesNS0100http://www.archive.org/stream/reminiscencesamo00westuoft/reminiscencesamo00westuoft_djvu.txt46.188,-60.3671,,AFk43|$*
Point AconiCape BretonNSIn shales on beachPNPictouplants(abundant)-pteridophyta-SphenophyllumNS0097http://museum.gov.ns.ca/mnh/nature/nhns2/500/531.htm46.3326,-60.2962,,AFm73|$*
Point EdwardCape BretonNS6.4km NW of Sydney between Point Edward and Keating CoveMPoint Edwardvertebrates-amphibia-SpathicephalusNS002646.1845,-60.2262,,AKm73|$*
Sydney Mines(SydneyMinesHeritageMus)Cape BretonNSSydney Mines Heritage Museum and Cape Breton Fossil Centre. Historical museum in coal mining area with plant fossils at Cape Breton Fossil Center. 159 Legatto Street,Sydney Mines,B1V 5S6 (902)544-0992 smheritage@ns.aliantzinc.ca. Seasonal-May-SeptNS0108https://www.sydneyminesheritage.ca/46.2447,-60.2328,,AKm72|,
Table HeadCape BretonNSPNSydney Coalfieldinvertebrates-arthropoda;plants,vertebrates-fish(uncommon)NS002746.2164,-59.9541,,AFm73|$*
BruleColchesterNSFossils in sea cliffs. Walchia in original upright positionCRichnofossils,plants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-WalchiaNS0091Collecting of loose fossil material on beach is permitted in NS, but unusual specimens must be checked and released by Nova Scotia Museum of Natural Historyhttp://museum.gov.ns.ca/fossils/sites/index.htm45.7452,-63.1754,,AFm73?|*$NS0029,NS0030,NS0078
BruleColchesterNSIn fossil forestCRPictouplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-WalchiaNS0078http://www.photoguild.ns.ca/events/AGS-2006-Noel-Shore.pdf45.7452,-63.1754,,AFm73?|*$NS0029,NS0030,NS0091
BruleColchesterNShttp://www.tata.ns.ca/Brule_Fossils.htmlPN-Pplants,vertebrates(trackways)NS003045.7452,-63.1754,,AFm73?|*$NS0029,NS0031,NS0078,NS0091
BruleColchesterNSPN-Pvertebrates(trackways)NS0029Along shore. Access from fossil center in old school house?45.7452,-63.1754,,AFm73?|*$NS0030,NS0078,NS0091
Five Islands(BlueSac)ColchesterNSAt Blue Sac in paleotalusJMcCoy BrookvertebratesNS0079Collecting of loose fossil material on beach is permitted in NS, but unusual specimens must be checked and released by Nova Scotia Museum of Natural Historyhttp://www.photoguild.ns.ca/events/AGS-2006-Noel-Shore.pdf45.404,-64.116,,AFm73|$*
Riversdale?Colchester?NSinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-NaiaditesNS0059Entered as Riverdale, Digby CountyAn American Geological Railway Guide p5445.4238,-63.0445,,AFm73|$*NS0101
Riversdale(rr)ColchesterNSNear the RR station in RR cutCRinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Naiadites;;;plants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Cordaites;Neuropteris,;pteridophyta-equisetales-CalamitesNS0101http://www.archive.org/stream/reminiscencesamo00westuoft/reminiscencesamo00westuoft_djvu.txt45.4238,-63.0445,,AFm73|$*NS0059
Tatamagouche(Brule?)ColchesterNSfossil trackways displayedvertebrates(trackways)NS0031Same site as Brule?45.7121,-63.2920,,AFm73?|*$NS0030
Diligent RiverCumberlandNSnearby in sea cliffsCRplants,vertebrates(trackways)NS0087Collecting of loose fossil material on beach is permitted in NS, but unusual specimens must be checked and released by Nova Scotia Museum of Natural Historyhttp://museum.gov.ns.ca/fossils/sites/diligent/index.htm45.3824,-64.4454,,AFm73|*$NS0032
Diligent RiverCumberlandNSPNplants,vertebrates(trackways)NS003245.4127,-64.4595,,AFm73|$*NS0087
JogginsCumberlandNSFossils in sea cliffs. trees in original upright positionCRichnofossils,plants(trees),vertebratesNS0090Collecting of loose fossil material on beach is permitted in NS, but unusual specimens must be checked and released by Nova Scotia Museum of Natural Historyhttp://museum.gov.ns.ca/fossils/sites/index.htm45.6923,-64.4514,,AFm73|*$NS0033,NS0034,NS0035,NS0036,NS0037,NS0040,NS0074
JogginsCumberlandNSSea cliffsCRplants,vertebratesNS0074Collecting of loose material on beach is permitted in NS, but unusual specimens must be checked and released by Nova Scotia Museum of Natural Historyhttp://www.photoguild.ns.ca/events/AGS-2006-Noel-Shore.pdf45.6923,-64.4514,,AFm73|*$NS0033,NS0034,NS0035,NS0036,NS0037,NS0040,NS0090
JogginsCumberlandNSfrom West Ragged Reef to MinudiePNJogginsinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia;;plants(coal),vertebrates(tracks)-amphibia,reptiliaNS0036Ragged Reef is a Km or so SW of Joggins. Minudie is 5km or so NNE45.6923,-64.4514,,AFm73|*$NS0033,NS0034,NS0035,NS0037,NS0040,NS0074,NS0090
JogginsCumberlandNSin 4000 meters of Upper Paleozoic sedimentPN-PJogginsplants-gymnospermopsida-Sigillaria;lycopodiophyta-Lepidodendron;;vertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-DendrerpetonNS003745.6923,-64.4514,,AFm73|*$NS0033,NS0034,NS0035,NS0036,NS0040,NS0074,NS0090
JogginsCumberlandNSPNvertebrates-amphibia-(Labyrinthodontia),lepospondyli-microsauria;;limnoscelidae,reptilia-EosaurusNS003345.6923,-64.4514,,AFm73|*$NS0034,NS0035,NS0036,NS0037,NS0040,NS0074,NS0090
JogginsCumberlandNSPNvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Dendrerpeton;;fish-osteostraci-HyperpetonNS0034dubious genus Dendryazouza = Dendrerpeton? also in original45.6923,-64.4514,,AFm73|*$NS0033,NS0035,NS0036,NS0037,NS0040,NS0074,NS0090
JogginsCumberlandNSPNuvertebrates-amphibia,(others)NS003545.6923,-64.4514,,AFm73|*$NS0033,NS0034,NS0036,NS0037,NS0040,NS0074,NS0090
Joggins(JogginsFossCtr)CumberlandNSJoggins Fossil Centre,100 Main Street,Joggins NS B0L 1A0,Canada. 1 (888) 932-9766, Fax: 1-902-251-2502. Open Summers. Probably has some exhibits of local Carboniferous fossils.NS0106https://jogginsfossilcliffs.net/45.6945,-64.4494,,AKm72|,
Lower Cove(ChignectoBay)CumberlandNSOn Chignecto Bay in sea cliffs in a good carboniferous sectionCRLittle River-NS0055http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G1-143773110.html45.7169,-64.4320,,AFl73|$*
ParrsboroCumberlandNSTR-JMcCoy Brookvertebrates-reptilia(remains)(trackways)NS003845.4053,-64.3251,,AFm73|$*NS0039
Parrsboro(FundyGeoMus)CumberlandNSFundy Geological Museum, Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, Canada. 162 Two Islands Rd, Parrsboro, NS B0M 1S0, Canada (902)254-3814. Admission fee. Beach toursinvertebrates-arthropoda(dragonflies);vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaNS010945.3994,-64.88454,,AKm72|,
Parrsboro(SW)CumberlandNSW shore of Parrsboro Inlet. S of Whitehall Creek and 100m N of small point N of Pinky's PointPNParrsborovertebrates-amphibia(tracks),fish-actinopterygii-palaeoniscidae-HaplolepisNS003945.3896,-64.3286,,AFl73|$*NS0038
Parrsboro(Wasson Bluff)CumberlandNSFossils in sea cliff below Wasson BluffJvertebratesNS0092Collecting of loose fossil material on beach is permitted in NS, but unusual specimens must be checked and released by Nova Scotia Museum of Natural Historyhttp://museum.gov.ns.ca/fossils/sites/index.htm45.3936,-64.2387,,AJm73|$*NS0080
S. JogginsCumberlandNSSouth Joggins is a 19th century name for Joggins (a joggins is an encampment)PNplants-pteridophyta-equisetales-CalamitesNS004045.6923,-64.4514,,AFm73|*$NS0033,NS0034,NS0035,NS0036,NS0037,NS0074,NS0090
Wasson BluffCumberlandNSJMcCoy BrookvertebratesNS0080Collecting of loose fossil material on beach is permitted in NS, but unusual specimens must be checked and released by Nova Scotia Museum of Natural Historyhttp://www.photoguild.ns.ca/events/AGS-2006-Noel-Shore.pdf45.3936,-64.2387,,AJm73|$*NS0092
Wentworth(rr)DigbyNS144km from Halifax on Intercolonial RRSinvertebrates-mollusksNS0058An American Geological Railway Guide p5245.6084,-63.5620,,AFl73?|$*
East MilfordHalifaxNSIn a gypsum minePEinvertebrates-mollusks(freshwater)-bivalvia,gastropoda;;vertebrates(bones)-amphibia-(frogs);mammals-proboscidea-Mammut;rodentia-castoridae(beavers)NS004145.0132,-63.4181,,AFm73?|$*
Halifax(NSMusNatHist)HalifaxNSNova Scotia Museum of Natural History. 1747 Summer St, Halifax, NS B3H 3A6, Canada, (902)424-7353. Carboniferous and Holocene fossilsNS0110https://naturalhistory.novascotia.ca/44.6456,-63.5870,,AKm72|,
Halifax(Waverley Mine)HalifaxNSAt Waverly MineCl?ichnofossils-ichno_misc-AstropolithonNS0056An American Geological Railway Guide p5244.7854,-63.5981,,AIm73?|$*
Tangier HarborHalifaxNSnear head in roadcut, poorly preserved graptolitesO?Goldenvilleinvertebrates-graptolites-DidymograptusNS0063http://journals.hil.unb.ca/index.php/ag/article/viewFile/1814/217844.8038,-62.7036,,AFm73|$*
Windsor Junction(rr)HalifaxNS20.8km from Halifax on Intercolonial RR in limestonesCRinvertebrates-mollusksNS0057An American Geological Railway Guide p5244.7932,-63.6426,,AFm73|$*
Burncoat HeadHantsNSin red bedsCRWolfvillevertebratesNS0085http://www.photoguild.ns.ca/events/AGS-2006-Noel-Shore.pdf45.3019,-63.8131,,AFm73|$*NS0052
Burncoat LighthouseHantsNSTRWolfvillevertebrates-reptilia(bones)-sauropsida-HesperosuchusNS005245.3115,-63.8059,,AFm73?|$*NS0085
CheverieHantsNSin gypsum bedsCRWindsor(NB)microfossils-stromatolitesNS0086http://www.photoguild.ns.ca/events/AGS-2006-Noel-Shore.pdf45.1571,-64.1754,,AFm73|$*
MilfordHantsNSPEvertebrates-mammals-proboscidea-MastodonNS0081Same as Mastodon ridge at Steiwiacke? Note that there are several 'Milford's in Nova Scotia. The largest is N of Halifax on the boundary between Hants and Halifax Countieshttp://www.photoguild.ns.ca/events/AGS-2006-Noel-Shore.pdf45.0418,-63.4385,,AFm73?|$*
Newport LandingHantsNSCRMiller Creekinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa,echinoderms-crinoids;mollusks-bivalvia,gastropodaNS0084Collecting of loose fossil material on beach is permitted in NS, but unusual specimens must be checked and released by Nova Scotia Museum of Natural Historyhttp://www.photoguild.ns.ca/events/AGS-2006-Noel-Shore.pdf45.0205,-64.1289,,AFm73|$*
Rainy Cove(Pembroke)HantsNSIn Blue Beach member of Horton FormationDHorton Bluff(NS)invertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;;;plants,vertebrates-fish(fragments)NS0083Collecting of loose fossil material on beach is permitted in NS, but unusual specimens must be checked and released by Nova Scotia Museum of Natural Historyhttp://www.photoguild.ns.ca/events/AGS-2006-Noel-Shore.pdf45.2209,-64.0688,,AFm73|$*
Grand Etang(SW)InvernessNSAlong shore to SMPomquetvertebrates-fish-sarcopterygii-dipnoi-SagenodusNS004546.5359,-61.0642,,AFm73|$*
Port HoodInvernessNSvery early Reptilia in Pennsylvanian rocksPNvertebrates-reptilia-RomeriscusNS004646.0168,-61.5318,,AFm73|$*
Avonport(BlueBchFossMus)KingsNSBlue Beach Fossil Museum. 127 Blue Beach Road,Hantsport,NS (902)790-9541. info@bluebeachfossilmuseum.com. Vertebrate fossils and tracks from local Carboniferous rocks.Pichnofossils,vertebrates-amphibia,fishNS0111https://bluebeachfossilmuseum.com/45.0987,-66.4566,,AKm72|,
Blue BeachKingsNSAcanthoid trials?NS004345.1001,-64.2154,,AFm73|*$NS0042,NS0049,NS0075,NS0082,NS0089,NS0105
Blue BeachKingsNSIn Blue Beach member of Horton FormationDHorton Bluff(NS)invertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;;;plants,vertebrates-fish(fragments)NS0082Collecting of loose fossil material on beach is permitted in NS, but unusual specimens must be checked and released by Nova Scotia Museum of Natural Historyhttp://www.photoguild.ns.ca/events/AGS-2006-Noel-Shore.pdf45.1001,-64.2154,,AFm73|*$NS0042,NS0043,NS0049,NS0075,NS0089,NS0105
Blue BeachKingsNSSea cliffsCRplants,vertebratesNS0075Collecting of loose material on beach is permitted in NS, but unusual specimens must be checked and released by Nova Scotia Museum of Natural Historyhttp://www.photoguild.ns.ca/events/AGS-2006-Noel-Shore.pdf45.1001,-64.2154,,AFm73|*$NS0042,NS0043,NS0049,NS0082,NS0089,NS0105
Blue BeachKingsNSMHorton Bluff(NS)vertebrates-fish-acanthodii(tracks)NS004245.1001,-64.2154,,AFm73|*$NS0043,NS0049,NS0075,NS0082,NS0089,NS0105
Evangeline BeachKingsNSCanteen siteTRWolfvillevertebrates-reptilia(bones)NS005345.1364,-64.2993,,AFm73|$*NS0054
Evangeline Beach(E)KingsNSE end of beachTRWolfvillevertebrates-reptilia(bones)NS005445.1364,-64.2993,,AFm73|$*NS0053
Horton BluffKingsNSOutcrops of Horton Bluff and Albert formationsMAlbert,Horton Bluff(NS)vertebrates-fish-acanthodii-Acanthodes,Gyracanthides;actinopterygii-Acrolepis,palaeoniscidae-Elonichthys,Palaeoniscus,Rhadinichthys;;chondrichthyes-elasmobranchii-Stethacanthus,symmoriida;;sarcopterygii-dipnoi,Letognathus;(tetrapoda);reptilia-rhizodontaNS0105http://www.pnas.org/content/suppl/2010/05/05/0914000107.DCSupplemental/sapp.pdf45.1001,-64.216,,AFm73|*$NS0042,NS0043,NS0049,NS0075,NS0082,NS0089
Horton BluffKingsNSThe attraction here is a long trackway in the shore rock below the bluffCRichnofossilsNS0089Collecting of loose fossil material on beach is permitted in NS, but unusual specimens must be checked and released by Nova Scotia Museum of Natural Historyhttp://museum.gov.ns.ca/fossils/sites/index.htm45.1001,-64.216,,AFm73|*$NS0042,NS0043,NS0049,NS0075,NS0082,NS0105
Horton BluffKingsNSMHorton Bluff(NS)ichnofossils,vertebratesNS004945.1001,-64.216,,AFm73|*$NS0042,NS0043,NS0075,NS0082,NS0089,NS0105
Kentville(SE3)KingsNS3.5km SE at top of sequence of exposures on Elderkin Brook in green graptolitic shalesSKentvilleinvertebrates-graptolitesNS0073http://www.aber.ac.uk/~glawww/epgr/15_north_america_phanerozoic_.691_to_717.pdf45.0461,-64.4659,,AFl73|Meguma$*
Spinney BrookKingsNSIn shales and sandstones. Localities are S of Kingston. See Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists (Eastern Section) Field Trip 1975, Stop 3DTorbrookinvertebrates(abundant)-arthropoda-trilobita;brachiopoda,cnidaria-corals;mollusks-gastropoda;(others),;plantsNS0095http://journals.hil.unb.ca/index.php/ag/article/viewFile/1825/2189 http://etcdev.hil.unb.ca/ojs-2.2.2/index.php/ag/article/viewFile/1812/217644.9235,-64.9477,,AFm73|$*
WolfvilleKingsNSnearby just below the Halifax,Whiterock formations(?) boundaryOHalifaxinvertebrates-graptolites-DictyonemaNS0062http://journals.hil.unb.ca/index.php/ag/article/viewFile/1814/217845.0541,-64.4156,,AFl73?|$*
High Head?LunenburgNSin local exposures of green shalesCGoldenvilleichnofossils-burrows_invertebrate-Oldhamia(abundant)NS0069There appear to be several High Head's in NS. The one used is near Prospect SW of Halifax. Another is at the top of the Wentworth Ski Area in Cumberland County near Truro.http://www.gov.ns.ca/natr/meb/pdf/04re01/04re01_White.pdf44.4789,-63.8066,,AFm73|Meguma$*
Mahone BayLunenburgNSIn 44cm bed on Tancook Is, Trilobite and Echinoderm fragments. There are two Tancook Islands--assume Big TancookCGoldenvilleinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;echinodermsNS0065http://journals.hil.unb.ca/index.php/ag/article/view/1700/206644.4572, -64.1634,,AFm73|Meguma$*
PictouPictouNSD?invertebrates-mollusksNS005045.6783,-62.7069,,AFm73|$*
Isle MadameRichmondNSCambrian, Silurian, Devonian fossils in clasts in carboniferous conglomerates at both East and West Isle MadamePZinvertebrates-mollusksNS0064http://rparticle.web-p.cisti.nrc.ca/rparticle/AbstractTemplateServlet?journal=cjes&volume=43&year=&issue=&msno=e05-110&calyLang=eng45.5453,-61.0352,,AFk33|$*
?Victoria?NSAt Geodetic Survey Bench Mark 86N241ClCuslettincertidae-Chancelloria,Coleoloides,Sunnaginia,tommotiida-Eccentrotheca;;invertebrates-brachiopoda-Micromitra,Paterina;hyolitha-Hyolithellus,Torellella;mollusks-HalkieriaNS0028Cuslett formation is known to be exposed at McKinnon's Brook45.955,-60.886,,AFk74?|$*
Barrasois RiverVictoria?NSNot clear where this is. There are no modern references to the Barrasois River. Indian Brook may be in the Barrasois River Valley. There is an Indian Brook in Cape Breton Is. and its Loc is used. Trilobites and graptolites in black shalesCuinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Olenidae;;graptolites-DictyonemaNS0107BullNYSM-6948.8559,-67.5751,,AKm74?|,
YarmouthYarmouthNSnearby in generally unfossilferous rocks?SlWhiterockinvertebrates-mollusksNS0072http://www.gov.ns.ca/natr/meb/pdf/04re01/04re01_White.pdf43.8356,-66.1150,,AFm73|Meguma$*

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