US And Canadian Fossil Sites -- Data for TEXAS

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LocationCountyState/ProvinceDirections,NotesAgeFormationFossilsCommentsReferenceLat-Long
Canadian River Valley*[?]TXIn area deposits of Dockum Group sediments in Canadian River Valley and adjacent areasTriassicDockumplants-(petrified wood)(abundant)TX0389The Canadian River flows across the Northern Texas panhandle North of Amarillo. (petrified wood)-locally abundant CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionwww.ias.ac.in/jessci/jun2005/CH01.pdf35.8579,-101.1758,,AGg14|$*TX0393
McKewfield[?] Trail?[?]TXinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-MyalinaTX0393Can't identify a McKewfield/MacKewfield Trail in Texas (or anywhere else).35.8579,-101.1758,,AGg15|$*TX0389
Wichita River Basin*-TXNorth-West Texas Red BedsPermianvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Eryops;;synapsida-Dimetrodon,EdaphosaurusTX0396CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission. North Central Texas would be a better description. Lat lon used is Archer City.33.5956,-98.6253,,AGg14|*$TX0002,TX0003,TX0024,TX0026,TX0038,TX0427,TX0445,TX0446,TX0447,TX0448,TX0449,TX0450,TX0451,TX0452,TX0453,TX0454
Aransas National Wildlife RefugeAransasTXPleistocenevertebrates-mammals-proboscidea-MammutTX0434http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php28.1170,-96.8002,,AHm73|$*
Aransas PassAransasTXPleistoceneinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Helicina,Helisoma,Rabdotus;;;vertebrates-aves(birds)(bones)-passeriformes;fish-actinopterygii-Lepisosteus;;mammals-artiodactyla-Bison,camelidae,Odocoileus;perissodactyla-equidae-Equus;;pilosa(sloths)-Paramylodon;rodentia;reptilia-squamata,turtlesTX0435http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php27.9095,-97.1500,,AHm73|$*
Corpus Christi(PalmHarbor)AransasTXat Palm Harborinvertebrates-echinodermsTX000127.9706,-97.0939,,AHm73|$*
Ampitheatre Site?ArcherTXAmpitheatre sitePermianBelle Plainsvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Eryops;;fish-chondrichthyes-selachii-xenacanthidae-Orthacanthus,Pleuracanthus;;;;synapsida-DimetrodonTX0427http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php33.6009,-98.6710,,AHh44?|*$TX0038,TX0396
AnareneArcherTXPermian,LowerPutnam (TX)vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii-xenacanthidae-OrthacanthusTX0428http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php33.4851,-98.6662,,AHm73|$*
Archer City(Loc-45561-42499)ArcherTXArcher City Bonebeds Loc-45561,42499PermianPutnam (TX)plants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Walchia;;;vertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Archeria,Eryops,Phonerpeton,Zatrachys;;fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-xenacanthidae-Pleuracanthus,Xenacanthus;;;sarcopterygii-Ectosteorhachis;;reptilia-Bolosaurus;synapsida-EdaphosaurusTX0453http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php33.5956,-98.6253,,AHm73|*$TX0038,TX0396,TX0445,TX0446,TX0447,TX0448,TX0449,TX0450,TX0451,TX0452,TX0454
Archer City(Loc40033)ArcherTXLoc-40033PermianPutnam (TX)vertebrates-fish?-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-xenacanthidae(teeth);;(coprolites)TX0445http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php33.5956,-98.6253,,AHm73|*$TX0038,TX0396,TX0446,TX0447,TX0448,TX0449,TX0450,TX0451,TX0452,TX0453,TX0454
Archer City(Loc40503)ArcherTXLoc-40503PermianAdmiralplantsTX0447http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php33.5956,-98.6253,,AHm73|*$TX0038,TX0396,TX0445,TX0446,TX0448,TX0449,TX0450,TX0451,TX0452,TX0453,TX0454
Archer City(Loc40504)ArcherTXLoc-40504PermianAdmiralplants-pteridophyta-cycadopsida,PsaroniusTX0448http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php33.5956,-98.6253,,AHm73|*$TX0038,TX0396,TX0445,TX0446,TX0447,TX0449,TX0450,TX0451,TX0452,TX0453,TX0454
Archer City(Loc40506)ArcherTXLoc-40506PermianAdmiralplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-WalchiaTX0449http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php33.5956,-98.6253,,AHm73|*$TX0038,TX0396,TX0445,TX0446,TX0447,TX0448,TX0450,TX0451,TX0452,TX0453,TX0454
Archer City(Loc40508)ArcherTXLoc-40508PermianPutnam (TX)plants-pteridophyta-PecopterisTX0450http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php33.5956,-98.6253,,AHm73|*$TX0038,TX0396,TX0445,TX0446,TX0447,TX0448,TX0449,TX0451,TX0452,TX0453,TX0454
Archer City(Loc40833)ArcherTXLoc-40833PermianPutnam (TX)vertebrates-amphibia-lepospondyli-PantylusTX0446http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php33.5956,-98.6253,,AHm73|*$TX0038,TX0396,TX0445,TX0447,TX0448,TX0449,TX0450,TX0451,TX0452,TX0453,TX0454
Archer City(Loc40946)ArcherTXLoc-40946PermianPutnam (TX)vertebrates-synapsida-RomeriaTX0451http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php33.5956,-98.6253,,AHm73|*$TX0038,TX0396,TX0445,TX0446,TX0447,TX0448,TX0449,TX0450,TX0452,TX0453,TX0454
Archer City(Loc43172)ArcherTXSW Loc-43172PermianArcher Cityvertebrates-synapsida-EdaphosaurusTX0454http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php33.5956,-98.6253,,AHm73|*$TX0038,TX0396,TX0445,TX0446,TX0447,TX0448,TX0449,TX0450,TX0451,TX0452,TX0453
Archer City(Loc43188)ArcherTXLoc-43188PermianPutnam (TX)vertebrates-synapsida-DimetrodonTX0452http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php33.5956,-98.6253,,AHm73|*$TX0038,TX0396,TX0445,TX0446,TX0447,TX0448,TX0449,TX0450,TX0451,TX0453,TX0454
Archer City(NW10-Cowans Ranch)ArcherTXIn Wichita Basin. Variously described as Cowan's Ranch,Williams Ranch,Cowan's Pasture NEPermianBelle Plainsvertebrates-amphibia-diadectidae-Diadectes;temnospondyli-Archeria,Eryops,Trimerorhachis;;synapsida-Dimetrodon,EdaphosaurusTX0036CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.6635,-98.6991,,AHm73?|*$TX0018,TX0021
Archer City(SE6)ArcherTXArcher City beds 6 km SE of Archer City,TXPermian?TX000333.5606,-98.5879,,AHm73|*$TX0038,TX0396
Archer City(SW2-SawinsQry)ArcherTX1.6km SW at Sawin's Quarry in bonebedPermianPutnam (TX)vertebrates-amphibia-diadectidae-Diadectes;lepospondyli-Pantylus;temnospondyli-Archeria,Eryops,Trematops,Zatrachys;;synapsida-DimetrodonTX0002Original cited 'Parioyx', but I can find no citations for the Genus and it is not mentioned in publications about the Craddock Bone Bed. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.5876,-98.6426,,AHm73?|*$TX0038,TX0396
Archer City(W30-Parkey Ranch)ArcherTXParkey beds 30 km W of Archer City,TX,on Parkey RanchPermian?TX000433.6015,-98.9408,,AHm73?|*$TX0019,TX0031,TX0054
Brier Creek(UpperPart)ArcherTXUpper part of creekPermianAdmiralvertebrates-amphibia-diadectidae-Diadectes;temnospondyli-Archeria,Eryops,Trimerorhachis,Zatrachys;;synapsida-Dimetrodon,Edaphosaurus,OphiacodonTX0006CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.4011,-98.5862,,AHm73?|$*TX0005
Brier Creek(head)ArcherTXNear head and possibly elsewherePermianBelle Plainsvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Eryops;;synapsida-DimetrodonTX0005CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.4011,-98.5862,,AHm73?|$*TX0006
Cox's CampArcherTXS,on Little Wichita River at Cox's CampPermianBelle Plainsvertebrates-amphibia-diadectidae-Diadectes;temnospondyli-Archeria,Eryops,Trimerorhachis;;synapsida-Dimetrodon,Edaphosaurus,OphiacodonTX0037CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.6304,-98.9039,,AHm73?|*$TX0031
Dundee(Archer-DundeeRd+LittleWitchitaRiver)ArcherTXNear crossing of Archer-Dundee Road over Little Wichita River on N side of RiverPermianAdmiralvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Eryops;;synapsida-DimetrodonTX0016Described as on N bank of Wichita River where Dundee-Archer City road crosses. Modern roads may not not match 19th century roads. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.6852,-98.7447,,AHm73?|$*
Dundee(N2)ArcherTX1.5-2km N several localitiesPermianBelle Plainsvertebrates-amphibia-diadectidae-Diadectes;lepospondyli-Diplocaulus;temnospondyli-Eryops,Trimerorhachis;;synapsida-DimetrodonTX0009CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.7562,-98.9025,,AHm73|*$TX0010,TX0011,TX0012,TX0013,TX0014,TX0015
Dundee(N3)ArcherTX2.5km NPermianAdmiralvertebrates-synapsida-pelycosauria(bones)TX0010CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.7615,-98.9029,,AHm73|*$TX0009,TX0011,TX0012,TX0013,TX0014,TX0015
Dundee(NE)ArcherTXNE of DundeePermianBelle Plainsvertebrates-synapsida-EdaphosaurusTX0014CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.7700,-98.8800,,AHm73?|*$TX0009,TX0010,TX0011,TX0012,TX0013,TX0015
Dundee(NE-TitMtn-BigWitchitaRiver)ArcherTXNE on Big Wichita River at Tit MountainPermianBelle Plainsvertebrates-amphibia-diadectidae-Diadectes;temnospondyli-Eryops,Trimerorhachis;;synapsida-Dimetrodon,Ophiacodon,SecodontosaurusTX0015CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.7689,-98.9057,,AHm73?|*$TX0009,TX0010,TX0011,TX0012,TX0013,TX0014
Dundee(SclensPasture-DundeeAtwoodRd)ArcherTXAt Sclen's[?] pasture on W side of Dundee-Atwood RoadPermianBelle Plainsvertebrates-amphibia-diadectidae-Diadectes;temnospondyli-Eryops;;synapsida-DimetrodonTX0011Sclen's looks to be a misspelling -- not clear of what. There was an Atwood in Archer County, but I can't identify the location. position used is Dundee. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.7403,-98.9019,,AHm43?|*$TX0009,TX0010,TX0012,TX0013,TX0014,TX0015
Dundee(TitMtn(CornHill))ArcherTXAt Tit MountainPermianAdmiralvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-TrimerorhachisTX0012Tit Mtn=Corn Hill. It is about 1.6km N of Dundee. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionhttps://archive.org/stream/jstor-30068153/30068153_djvu.txt33.7689,-98.9057,,AHm73?|*$TX0009,TX0010,TX0011,TX0013,TX0014,TX0015
Dundee(WoodermunsRanch-DundeeAtwoodRd)ArcherTXAt Woddermun's[?] Ranch both sides of Dundee-Atwood Road 2km N of Woddermun's HousePermianBelle Plainsvertebrates-amphibia-Aspidosaurus,diadectidae-Diadectes;temnospondyli-Eryops;;reptilia-captorhinidae-Protocaptorhinus;;synapsida-DimetrodonTX0013No references to Woddermun on Internet 060124. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.7403,-98.9019,,AHm73?|*$TX0009,TX0010,TX0011,TX0012,TX0014,TX0015
Fireplace(SFork-LittleWitchitaRiver)ArcherTXPermianPutnam (TX)vertebrates-synapsida-DimetrodonTX0017About 9.6km SW of Archer City on W side of S Fork of Little Wichita River. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionPaleodb-2812233.5154,-98.7406,,AHm73|$*
Geraldine School(S1)ArcherTX1.4km S. Geraldine is extinctPermianAdmiralvertebrates-synapsida-EdaphosaurusTX0018CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.6832,-98.6912,,AHm73?|*$TX0021,TX0036
Godwin Creek(mouth)ArcherTXS side near mouth,30km SE of Seymour. May be multiple localitiesPermianAdmiralvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Eryops,Trimerorhachis;;synapsida-Dimetrodon,EdaphosaurusTX0019Goodwin's Creek in the original. The creek (not necessarily the locality) is near 33.616N 98.926W. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.6120,-98.9288,,AHm73|*$TX0004,TX0031,TX0035,TX0054
Godwin Creek*ArcherTXFull length of creek from mouth to head of creek and on both sides including Fulda Station areaPermianBelle Plainsvertebrates-amphibia-diadectidae-Diadectes,Empedias;temnospondyli-Archeria,Eryops,Trimerorhachis;;reptilia-Bolosaurus,dinosauria-ornithischia-Therosaurus;;sauropsida-diapsida-Araeoscelis,Ophiodeirus;;,;synapsida-Dimetrodon,OphiacodonTX0054CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.5979,-98.9447,,AHm73|*$TX0004,TX0019,TX0031
Hackberry CreekArcherTXPermianAdmiralvertebrates-synapsida-DimetrodonTX0020Hackberry Creek is 4.8km SE of Fulda. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.6536,-98.9947,,AHm73|$*
Holliday(S-Wichita River)ArcherTXS on N bank of Little Wichita River at the Wilson PlacePermianAdmiralvertebrates-synapsida-DimetrodonTX0022CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.7704,-98.6957,,AHm73?|$*
Holliday(S16-Geraldine)ArcherTXGeraldine beds 16 km S of Holliday,TXPermian?TX002133.6832,-98.6912,,AHm73?|*$TX0018,TX0036
Lake Kickapoo(NSide)ArcherTXN side of lakePermianAdmiralvertebrates-fish-sarcopterygii-SpermatodusTX0023CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.662,-98.825,,AHm73?|$*
Little Wichita River(3Forks)*ArcherTXon N side of River and probably other localities in regionPermianAdmiralvertebrates-amphibia-diadectidae-Diadectes;temnospondyli-Eryops;;synapsida-Dimetrodon,Lupeosaurus,OphiacodonTX0026CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.6551,-98.6291,,AHm73?|*$TX0024,TX0033,TX0038,TX0396
Little Wichita River(3forks)ArcherTXAt Three Forks which is about 6.4km N of Archer CityPermianPutnam (TX)vertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Archeria;;synapsida-DimetrodonTX0024CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.6551,-98.6291,,AHm73?|*$TX0026,TX0033,TX0038,TX0396
Little Wichita River(NFork)*ArcherTXProbably multiple localities,one of which may be at the quarry of the Texas Copper CompanyPermianAdmiralvertebrates-amphibia-diadectidae-Diadectes;;synapsida-DimetrodonTX0025CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.6739,-98.5094,,AHm73?|*$TX0028,TX0030
Little Wichita River(SFork(head))Archer?TXAt the head of the South ForkPermianMoranvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-EryopsTX0039CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.542,-98.828,,AHm73?|$*
Long CreekArcherTXW SidePermianAdmiralvertebrates-amphibia-Aspidosaurus,diadectidae-Diadectes;temnospondyli-Archeria,Eryops,Trimerorhachis;;synapsida-Dimetrodon,Edaphosaurus,OphiacodonTX0027CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.7,-98.6614,,AHm73?|$*
Lyle's Place?(LittleWitchitaRiver)ArcherTXSeveral localities along N side of Little Wichita River e.g.2 draws W of Lyle's Place and S of Lyle's Place. Unable to locate Lyle's Place. Loc is arbitrary.PermianAdmiralvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Archeria,Trimerorhachis;;synapsida-EdaphosaurusTX0028CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.6739,-98.5094,,AHm73?|*$TX0025,TX0030
Onion Creek/Three ForksArcherTXAt Three ForksPermianPutnam (TX)vertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-EryopsTX0030CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.6556,-98.5217,,AHm73?|*$TX0025,TX0028
Pearce's Ranch?ArcherTXProbably near the junction of Godwin's Creek and the Little Wichita RiverPermianBelle Plainsvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Archeria,Eryops,Trimerorhachis;;synapsida-DimetrodonTX0031CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.6177,-98.9232,,AHm73|*$TX0004,TX0019,TX0035,TX0037,TX0054
Shell Point(3 forks?)ArcherTXA locality cited by Boll whose location is not known but is thought to be in the three forks of the Little Wichita River areaPermianAdmiralvertebrates-amphibia-Aspidosaurus,diadectidae-Diadectes;temnospondyli-Eryops,Trimerorhachis,Zatrachys;;synapsida-Dimetrodon,OphiacodonTX0033There are several Shell Points in Texas,but none near the Wichita Basin. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissiontxu-oclc-6268338.pdf33.6551,-98.6291,,AHm73?|*$TX0024,TX0026,TX0038
Slippery Creek(head)*ArcherTXNear head of Creek,possibly other localitiesPermianBelle Plainsvertebrates-amphibia-diadectidae-Diadectes;temnospondyli-Archeria,Eryops,Trimerorhachis;;synapsida-Dimetrodon,Ophiacodon,pelycosauria-Ctenospondylus;SecodontosaurusTX0034CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.6613,-98.8905,,AHm73?|$*
West of Lake KickapooArcherTXPermianvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-xenacanthidae-PleuracanthusTX003533.6177,-98.9232,,AHm73?|*$TX0019,TX0031
Wichita Basin*Archer|Baylor|Knox|Clay|Wichita|WilbargerTXPermian Lower Redbeds - Archer and Baylor counties primarily,but also Knox,Clay,Montague,Wichita,and Wilbarger Counties. 50 taxa of amphibian and Reptilia in area Rivers Archeria,Dimetrodon,Edaphosaurus,Seymouria. Numerous beds,pockets and isolated bonesPermianvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Archeria,Seymouria;;synapsida-Dimetrodon,EdaphosaurusTX003833.5956,-98.6253,,AGg14|*$TX0002,TX0003,TX0024,TX0026,TX0033,TX0396,TX0427,TX0445,TX0446,TX0447,TX0448,TX0449,TX0450,TX0451,TX0452,TX0453,TX0454
Sealy(DamonMound)AustinTXDamon Mound S of Sealy currently closed to collectingOligocene|PleistoceneBeaumont Clayinvertebrates-?;vertebratesTX0041Pleistocene (Beaumont Clay-vertebrates), Oligocene (reef )limestone29.2988,-95.7563,,AHm73|$*
Tarpley(HondaCrk)*BanderaTXon Hondo Creek, 4 km downstream and 4 km upstreamCretaceousGlen Roseinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea(diverse);;porifera(sponges);protists-forams;vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)TX004229.6569,-99.2761,,AHk53|$*
ColoradoRiver*BastropTXIn Eocene exposures accessible at low water along the Colorado River throughout the County especially near the Travis and Fayette county lines and N and S of the TX96 bridge at SmithvilleEoceneKincaid|Wills Point...Reklaw|Wechesinvertebrates(marine)(diverse),plantsTX0533Several 'classic localities'-Camp Disaster,Red Bluffs,Bombshell Bluff,McDonalds Bluff,Devils Eye,Shipp's Ford locality, also called White Bluff and Grassmeyer's Landinghttp://www.thefreelibrary.com/Definitive+locations+of+Paleocene+and+Eocene+marine+fossil...-a013983696230.0513,-97.3402,,AHi44|GULF$*TX0043
SmithvilleBastropTXinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-TurbinoliaTX004330.0083,-97.1592,,AHm73|$*TX0533
-BaylorTXPermianArroyovertebrates-amphibia-diadectidae-DiadectesTX0066CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.5929,-99.2505,,AHi14|*$TX0044,TX0046,TX0061,TX0062,TX0067,TX0068,TX0069,TX0443
-BaylorTXPermianArroyovertebrates-amphibia-lepospondyli-Diplocaulus,Lysorophus,Pariotichus;temnospondyli-Dissorophus;,;reptilia-captorhinidae-Captorhinus;;synapsida-DimetrodonTX0067CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.5929,-99.2505,,AHi14|*$TX0044,TX0046,TX0061,TX0062,TX0066,TX0068,TX0069,TX0443
-Baylor?TXPermianClear Fork (TX) Groupvertebrates-reptilia-sauropsida-LabidosaurusTX0069CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.5929,-99.2505,,AHi14|*$TX0044,TX0046,TX0061,TX0062,TX0066,TX0067,TX0068,TX0443
-*BaylorTXarea redbed exposuresPermianplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta,Gigantopteris(seed_fern);lycopodiophyta,pteridophyta-equisetales-Calamites;(ferns);;vertebrates-amphibia-diadectidae-Diadectes;lepospondyli-Diplocaulus;temnospondyli-Cacops,Dissorophus,Eryops,Seymouria,Trimerorhachis,;;reptilia-sauropsida-Labidosaurus;;synapsida-Dimetrodon,Edaphosaurus,Ophiacodon,pelycosauria-CaseaTX0068CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.5929,-99.2505,,AHi14|*$TX0044,TX0046,TX0061,TX0062,TX0066,TX0067,TX0069,TX0443
Belah[?]BaylorTXNear mouth and possibly elsewherePermianBelle Plainsvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-EryopsTX0044Can't identify a town or feature called 'Belah' in Baylor County. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.5929,-99.2505,,AHi14?|*$TX0046,TX0061,TX0062,TX0066,TX0067,TX0068,TX0069,TX0443
Brushy Creek(head)BaylorTXNear head of Creek,but there may be other localitiesPermianArroyovertebrates-amphibia-lepospondyli-Diplocaulus;temnospondyli-Trimerorhachis;,;synapsida-EdaphosaurusTX0045CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.7141,-98.9729,,AHm73|$*
Camo[?](N2)BaylorTX1.6km NPermianArroyo?vertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-DissorophusTX0046There is no town or terrain feature remotely resembling 'Camo' in Baylor County. Perhaps a typo for 'camp' of one of the early expeditions. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.5929,-99.2505,,AHi14?|*$TX0044,TX0061,TX0062,TX0066,TX0067,TX0068,TX0069,TX0443
Coffee Creek?BaylorTXCoffee Creek is a small mostly dry tributary of the Wichita River in NE Baylor County. It apparently is not marked on modern topo maps. Location is a likely candidate, but is a guess.PermianArroyovertebrates-amphibia-lepospondyli-DiplocaulusTX0047CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionhttp://www.jstor.org/tc/accept?origin=/stable/pdf/30068153.pdf33.8303,-98.9374,,AHm73?|$*TX0048
Coffee Creek Bone Bed?BaylorTXThere are various Coffee Creek Localities including the head,the mouth,the foot of E Coffee Creek,1.6km N of Moon P.O. and 32 km N of Seymour,TXPermianArroyovertebrates-amphibia-lepospondyli-Diplocaulus,Lysorophus;temnospondyli-Trimerorhachis,Zatrachys;;reptilia-captorhinidae-Captorhinus;sauropsida-Labidosaurus;;synapsida-Dimetrodon,EdaphosaurusTX0048Both an East and West Bone bed are cited.CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.8303,-98.9374,,AHm73?|$*TX0047
Cottonwood CreekBaylorTXPermianAdmiralvertebrates-synapsida-EdaphosaurusTX0007CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission. Originally entered as Archer County33.7443,-99.0436,,AHm73?|$*TX0008
Cottonwood CreekBaylor?TXPermianMoranvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Eryops;;reptilia-ProtorothyrisTX0008CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.7443,-99.0436,,AHm73?|$*TX0007
Craddock Bone Bed(Seymour-11NW)BaylorTX11.2km NW of SeymourPermianArroyovertebrates-amphibia-diadectidae-Diadectes;lepospondyli-Diplocaulus,Euryodus,Lysorophus;temnospondyli-Eryops,Seymouria,Trimerorhachis;;reptilia-captorhinidae-Captorhinus;sauropsida-Labidosaurus;,;synapsida-Dimetrodon,Edaphosaurus,pelycosauria-Varanosaurus;Secodontosaurus?,TrichasaurusTX0049Original cited 'Parioyx', but I can find no citations for the Genus and it is not mentioned in publications about the Craddock Bone Bed. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.6742,-99.3113,,AHm73|$*
Crooked CreekBaylorTX1km W of Fish CreekPermianArroyovertebrates-amphibia-lepospondyli-DiplocaulusTX0050CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.7336,-99.3632,,AHm73|$*
Elm CreekBaylorTXPermianClydevertebrates-synapsida-Dimetrodon,Edaphosaurus,Lupeosaurus,OphiacodonTX0051CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.2408,-99.3175,,AHm73?|$*
Fulda(LittleWichitaRiver)BaylorTXBelow Fulda on Little Wichita RiverPermianBelle Plainsvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Eryops;;synapsida-DimetrodonTX0053CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.6605,-99.0170,,AHm73|*$TX0052
Fulda(NE1)BaylorTX1km NEPermianBelle Plainsvertebrates-synapsida-OphiacodonTX0052CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.6952,-99.0144,,AHm73|$*TX0053
Goodwin Creek(head)BaylorTXAt head of creekPermianplantsTX0443Bulletin of the Geological Society of America 1903, p196 - Google Books33.5410,-99.2813,,AHm73|*$TX0044,TX0046,TX0066,TX0067,TX0068,TX0069
Gray CreekBaylorTXPermianArroyovertebrates-amphibia-lepospondyli-Diplocaulus;temnospondyli-Conodectes,Otocoelus,TrimerorhachisTX0055CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.6855,-99.2416,,AHm73|$*
Hackberry Creek(mouth)*BaylorTXVarious locations 5km SE of Fulda near the mouth of the Creek on the Little Wichita RiverPermianBelle Plainsvertebrates-amphibia-diadectidae-Diadectes;temnospondyli-Archeria,Eryops,Trimerorhachis;;synapsida-Dimetrodon,OphiacodonTX0056CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.7814,-99.0391,,AHm73|*$TX0060,TX0442
Hog Creek*BaylorTXW side near Big Wichita River -- may be other localities in areaPermianArroyovertebrates-amphibia-lepospondyli-Diplocaulus,Lysorophus;temnospondyli-Trimerorhachis;;reptilia-sauropsida-Labidosaurus;;synapsida-Dimetrodon,EdaphosaurusTX0057CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.7096,-99.3254,,AHm73|$*
Indian Creek*BaylorTXRegional exposures near Big Wichita River -- other localities in area including NW of creek,SW of Creek,N side of Indian Creek MountainPermianArroyovertebrates-amphibia-diadectidae-Diadectes;lepospondyli-Diplocaulus,Pariotichus;temnospondyli-Archeria,Eryops,Isodectes,Seymouria,Trimerorhachis;;synapsida-DimetrodonTX0058CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.7759,-99.2808,,AHm73|$*
Lake Kemp DamBaylorTX200m SPermianLuedersvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-LuederiaTX0059CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.7487,-99.1448,,AHm73|$*
Military Trail(MilitaryCrossing?)BaylorTXThis is presumably the 'Military Crossing' locality NNW of Fulda near where an early road from Fort Belknap to old Fort Radminski crossed the Big Wichita River. The locality may be on the North bank of a dry creek about 1.6mi N of the crossing.PermianClydevertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Eryops;;synapsida-Dimetrodon,OphiacodonTX0060CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.7871,-99.0474,,AHm73?|*$TX0056,TX0442
SeymourBaylorTXPermianLuedersvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-hybodontidae-HybodusTX0062CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.5969,-99.2783,,AHm73|*$TX0044,TX0046,TX0061,TX0066,TX0067,TX0068,TX0069
SeymourBaylorTXPermianvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Seymouria;;reptilia-sauropsida-LabidosaurusTX0061CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.5969,-99.2783,,AHh44|*$TX0044,TX0046,TX0062,TX0066,TX0067,TX0068,TX0069
Seymour(N11)BaylorTX11.2km NPermianArroyovertebrates-amphibia-lepospondyli-DiplocaulusTX0063CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.7192,-99.2580,,AHm73|$*
Whiskey CreekBaylorTXPermianClydevertebrates-amphibia-diadectidae-Diadectes;;synapsida-OphiacodonTX0064CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.7656,-99.0925,,AHm73|$*
Wichita River(MilitaryCrossing)BaylorTXIn limestone at old military crossing of the river in NE part of countyPermianinvertebrates-mollusksTX0442Bulletin of the Geological Society of America 1903, p196 - Google Books33.7871,-99.0474,,AHm73?|*$TX0056,TX0060
Wichita River(NFork)BaylorTXOn N side of North ForkPermianBelle Plainsvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-TrimerorhachisTX0065CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.78,-99.19,,AHh14?|$*
Belton(E6-LampasasRiver)BellTX6.4km E in S bank of Lampasas River. The Grayson generally contains abundant and invertebrates(diverse) as well as some chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth) in clays, marls and chalky white limestone. Lampassas River is 4-6km S of Belton. LatLon is arbitrary location where Mitchell Branch flows into Lampassas RiverCretaceous,UpperGraysoninvertebrates(abundant),vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)TX0513http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/30.9989,-97.4291,,GHm73?|$*
Belton(SE4-LeonRiver)BellTX4.0km SE in bank of Leon River. The Grayson generally contains abundant and invertebrates(diverse) as well as some chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth) in clays, marls and chalky white limestone. Lat Lon is arbitrary postion on Leon RiverCretaceous,UpperGraysoninvertebrates(abundant),vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)TX0512http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/31.0291,-97.4381,,AHm73|$*
Belton(W-TX190)BellTXW at picnic area on TX190CretaceousWalnutinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusks-gastropoda(molds)TX007031.0599,-97.5597,,AHm73?|$*
Fort HoodBellTXApparently these are creek exposures at Fort HoodPleistocenevertebrates-mammals-rodentia-SigmodonTX007431.1329,-97.584,,AHm73|$*
Killeen(S6-FarmRd440)BellTX6 km S on Farm Rd 440CretaceousWalnutinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoideaTX0071Farm Rd 440 apparently is no more except for about 3km in downtown Killeen. Lat Lon is on Maxdale Rd which looks like it might be a continuation of 440.31.0459,-97.7924,,AHm73?|$*
SaladoBellTXinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-IlymatogyraTX007230.9588,-97.5325,,AHm73?|$*
San AntonioBexarTXin area exposuresCretaceousCorsicana Marlinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusks-cephalopoda;;wormsTX007629.4628,-98.4789,,AHh44|$*TX0075
San Antonio*BexarTXarea outcropsCretaceousinvertebrates(?)(abundant)TX007529.4628,-98.4789,,AHh44|$*TX0076
Johnson City(US281)BlancoTXin roadcuts along US281CretaceousGlen Roseinvertebrates(?)(abundant)TX007830.2637,-98.3937,,AHm73|$*
Johnson City*(E8-PedernalesRiver)BlancoTX8 km E in banks of Pedernales River Ordovician through Cretaceous Upper sequencePaleozoic?TX007730.2858,-98.3373,,AHm73|$*
Brazos River(WhiskeyBridge)BrazosTXin bluffs on both sides of TX21 W of Bryan in Eocene Claiborne,Stone City (type locality),Cook Mountain formationsEoceneCook Mountain|Claiborneinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;;bryozoa,cnidaria-corals;mollusks-scaphopoda;;protists-forams;vertebrates(teeth)(bones)(scales)(dermal_plates),wormsTX008030.6276,-96.5444,,AHm73|*$TX0081,TX0082,TX0083,TX0404,TX0531
Brazos River(WhiskeyBridge-TX21)BrazosTXin bluffs on both sides of TX21 W of Bryan in Eocene Claiborne,Stone City (type locality),Cook Mountain formationsEoceneCook Mountain|Claiborneinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;;bryozoa,cnidaria-corals;mollusks-scaphopoda;;protists-forams;vertebrates(teeth)(bones)(scales)(dermalplates),wormsTX008130.6276,-96.5444,,AHm73|*$TX0080,TX0082,TX0083,TX0404,TX0531
Bryan(LittleBrazosRiver-TX21)?BrazosTXin bluffs along Little Brazos River on TX21EoceneStone CityinvertebratesTX0083Well preserved invertebrates. There are similar exposures albeit more modest a fe km to the East where TX21 crosses the Little Brazos River30.6276,-96.5444,,AHm73|*$TX0080,TX0081,TX0082,TX0404,TX0531
Bryan(WhiskeyBridge-TX21)BrazosTXIn the South bank of the Brazos River just West of the Texas 21 Bridge over the river. Best exposure about 100m North of the bridge in a fine grained silt matrix just below the conspicuous ironstone layer. A minor bone bed about 2 meters lowerEoceneClaiborne?TX008230.6276,-96.5444,,AHm73|*$TX0080,TX0081,TX0083,TX0404,TX0531
College Station*BrazosTXarea outcropsplants(petrified wood)TX008430.6014, -96.3144,,AHh44|*$TX0531
-(WPACrocLoc)BrewsterTXAMNH / WPA Croc localityCretaceousAgujavertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-DeinosuchusTX0425http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php29.1462,-103.5420,,AHm73|$*
Alamo CreekBrewsterTXCretaceousAgujaplants,vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-lepisosteidae(gar);chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks);,;reptilia-dinosauria-theropoda;squamataTX0419http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php30.0507,-102.8598,,AHm73?|$*TX0420
Alamo Creek CanyonBrewsterTXEocene(Uintan)Chisosvertebrates-mammalsTX0420http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php30.0507,-102.8598,,AHm73?|$*TX0419
Alpine(TX118)*BrewsterTXat Aqua Frijo Ranch[?],Stillwell Ranch (Marathon)and Earl Rudder Ranch on TX118. (Fee in 1970s)plants(petrified wood)TX008530.3403,-103.6426,,AHm73?|$*TX0108
Alpine(Woodward Ranch(S26))BrewsterTXat Woodward RanchPermianinvertebrates-mollusksTX0086About 26km S of Alpine. (Presumably a fee location)30.1570,-103.5832,,AHh43?|$*
Aqua FriaBrewsterTXTertiaryvertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-brontotheriidaeTX0415http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php29.5160,-103.6446,,AHm73|$*
Big Bend National Park*BrewsterTXvertebrates-reptilia-pterosauriaTX008929.2145,-103.288,,AHh44?|*$TX0087,TX0088
Big Bend*BrewsterTXArea exposuresCretaceousAgujavertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)-ornithischiaTX008729.2145,-103.288,,AHh44?|*$TX0088,TX0089
Big Bend*BrewsterTXarea exposuresCretaceousvertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-PhobosuchusTX008829.2145,-103.288,,AHh44?|*$TX0087,TX0089
Chisos Mountains(SmallpoxWell)BrewsterTXSmallpox Spring (Well?) area near Tornillo CreekCretaceousAgujavertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Phobosuchus;;dinosauria(bones),turtles(fragments)TX0092Couldn't locate Smallpox Spring. Tornillo Creek is in Brewster County near 29.177N 102.997W. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission29.4415,-103.3602,,AHm73|$*
Chisos(E5)BrewsterTX4.8km ECretaceousRattlesnakevertebrates-reptilia-champsosauridae-Champsosaurus;crocodilia,dinosauria(teeth),turtlesTX0090CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission29.2688,-103.2629,,AHm73|$*TX0091
Chisos(E5)BrewsterTX5km ECretaceousAgujavertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia,(fragments)TX0091CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission29.2688,-103.2629,,AHm73|$*TX0090
Dawson CreekBrewsterTXCretaceousJavelinavertebrates-reptilia-pterosauria-QuetzalcoatlusTX0093CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission29.2861,-103.5497,,AHm73|$*
Fossil Bone ExhibitBrewsterTXIn Big Bend NPCretaceousvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauriaTX0540https://bigbendgazette.com/2015/09/24/groundbreaking-for-fossil-discovery-exhibit-at-big-bend-national-park-this-saturday-sept-26/29.2507,-103.0814,,AIm73|$*
Fossil KnobsBrewsterTXShellsCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusksTX0539http://npshistory.com/publications/bibe/adhi/chap11.htm29.1953,-103.3758,,AIm73|$*
Fresno CreekBrewsterTXE side of Fresno Creek 400m N of 1st large WPA Quarry on S side of Castellan TrailCretaceousAgujavertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-PhobosuchusTX0094There is also a Fresno Creek in Presidio County. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission29.0678,-103.1054,,AHm73?|$*
Glass MountainsBrewsterTXMississippian-Permianinvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-corals;mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea;gastropoda,;;protists-foramsTX009630.45,-103.134,,AHi44|*$TX0095,TX0097,TX0098,TX0099,TX0272,TX0401
Glass MountainsBrewsterTXPermianinvertebrates-brachiopoda-MeekellaTX009730.45,-103.134,,AHi44|*$TX0095,TX0096,TX0098,TX0099,TX0272,TX0401
Glass MountainsBrewsterTXinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-nautilidae-CooperocerasTX009530.45,-103.134,,AHi44|*$TX0096,TX0097,TX0098,TX0099,TX0272,TX0401
Glass Mountains(NessRanch-NW3)BrewsterTX3 km N55W of old Hess Ranch in gray Calcareous sandstonePermian UpperWordinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Aviculopecten,CamptonectesTX009830.45,-103.134,,AHi44?|*$TX0095,TX0096,TX0097,TX0099,TX0272,TX0401
Glass Mountains(WolfCampRanch)BrewsterTXat Wolf Camp Ranch House in Saddle to NPennsylvanianGaptankinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-DelocrinusTX010030.3529,-103.1236,,AHm73?|$*
Glass Mountains*BrewsterTXarea exposuresPermianCanyoninvertebrates-brachiopoda(silicified)-TeguliferinaTX009930.45,-103.134,,AHi44|*$TX0095,TX0096,TX0097,TX0098,TX0272,TX0401
Glenn Springs(W20)BrewsterTX20km WestCretaceousAgujavertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)-ornithischia-ankylosauria-PanoplosaurusTX0101Original says 'Glen Springs'. Glenn Springs apparently is a defunct town in Big Bend National Park29.1809,-103.3401,,AHm73|$*
Grapevine RanchBrewsterTX5km NE, lat lon is fossil bone exhibit in Grapevine HillsCretaceousAgujavertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-Alamosaurus(vertebrae)TX010229.4183,-103.1367,,AHm73|$*
MarathonBrewsterTXin erratic boulderPermianHaywardinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-MarathonocrinusTX010730.2050,-103.2442,,AHm73?|$*
Marathon(AlsateCreek)BrewsterTX170m South 54W in bed of Alsate CreekOrdovicianMarathon (TX)invertebrates-graptolites-DidymograptusTX010430.1876,-103.2430,,AHm73?|$*
Marathon(SE6)BrewsterTX6.4km South 65EOrdovicianMarathon (TX)invertebrates-graptolites-ClonograptusTX010530.1668,-103.1822,,AHm73?|$*TX0106
Marathon(SE6)BrewsterTX6.4km South 65WOrdovicianMarathon (TX)invertebrates-graptolites-TetragraptusTX010630.1668,-103.1822,,AHm73?|$*TX0105
Marathon(SSW15)BrewsterTX15.2km South SSW (South SSE of Roberts Ranch Road)OrdovicianMarathon (TX)invertebrates-graptolites-AnisograptusTX010330.09,-103.38,,AHm73?|$*
Skyline(Alpine)BrewsterTX'above skyline'EoceneDevil's GraveyardvertebratesTX0108CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission30.366,-103.6511,,AHm73?|$*TX0085
Terlingua*BrewsterTXSouth in Mariposa/California Mountain and Reed Plateau District. The Grayson generally contains abundant and invertebrates(diverse) as well as some chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth) in clays, marls and chalky white limestone. LatLon is Terlingua. Google doesn't recognize California Mtn and thinks Reed Plateau is a few hundred meters SW of TerlinguaCretaceous,UpperGraysoninvertebrates(abundant),vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)TX0517http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/29.3216,-103.6160,,AHh34?|$*
Glass MountainsBrewster|PecosTXPermianWordinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-AnnuliconchaTX0401http://books.google.com/books?id=svVskArvqRAC&pg=PA116&lpg=PA116&dq=abbott+pennsylvanian+fossils&source=web&ots=lOtHaJf56y&sig=NJ5TQEVUMG0nHqmfhmFd1_ZhOUg#PPA113,M130.45,-103.134,,AHi44|*$TX0095,TX0096,TX0097,TX0098,TX0099,TX0272
Rock CreekBriscoeTXRock Creek Fauna -- Late Irvingtonian mammals(bones)Pliocenevertebrates-mammals(bones)TX011034.498,-101.4562,,AHm73?|$*
Brookesmith(SE3)BrownTX3 km SE near foot of escarpmentPennsylvanianMineral Wellsinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX011131.5092,-99.0641,,AHm73|$*
BrownwoodBrownTX5.3 km W of freight depot in Triticites ledgePennsylvanianBrownwood Shaleinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-ApographiocrinusTX011331.7193,-99.0264,,AHm73?|$*TX0114
Brownwood State ParkBrownTXinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-ShansiellaTX011631.8556,-99.0223,,AHm73|*$TX0117,TX0118
Brownwood(Cemetery)BrownTXnear cemeteryPennsylvanianGrafordinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalviaTX011531.7027,-99.0002,,AHm73?|$*TX0114
Brownwood(S1)BrownTX1 km S near road to Weedon school. Graham (type locality)PennsylvanianGrahaminvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-DelocrinusTX011231.6749,-98.9909,,AHm73?|$*
Brownwood(WaterTank)BrownTXS of city water tank in Triticites ledgeinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-ParulocrinusTX011431.7054,-99.0017,,AHm73?|*$TX0113,TX0115
Lake BrownwoodBrownTXoutside state park in road cutPennsylvanianColony Creekinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-rugosa(horn_corals);;mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea;gastropoda,;(others)TX011831.8614,-99.0536,,AHm73?|*$TX0116,TX0117
Lake BrownwoodBrownTXPennsylvanianColony Creekinvertebrates-brachiopoda,echinoderms-crinoids(fragments),echinoidea(spines);mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea;gastropoda(minute)TX011731.8556,-99.0223,,AHm73|*$TX0116,TX0118
-*BurlesonTXArea exposuresCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)TX0404http://www.blackriverfossils.org/BurlesonCounty/tabid/53/TripReports/689/Default.aspx30.6272,-96.5455,,AHh44|*$TX0080,TX0081,TX0082,TX0083,TX0531
Whiskey Creek Bridge(StoneCityBluff)BurlesonTXAt Stone City Bluff, N of TX21 bridge over Brazos RiverEoceneClaiborneinvertebrates(abundant)(diverse),vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)TX0531http://www.proctormuseum.us/Texas/Stone-City/stonecity.htm30.6272,-96.5455,,AHm72|*$TX0080,TX0081,TX0082,TX0083,TX0084,TX0404
Allen QuarryBurnetTXMarble Fallsvertebrates-fish-sarcopterygii-dipnoi-coelacanthiformesTX0422http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php30.6453,-98.2569,,AHm73?|*$TX0417
Burnet(AkerstonQry)BurnetTXAkersten's Burnet QuarryPleistocenevertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-AlligatorTX0417http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php30.6517,-98.2863,,AHm73?|$*TX0422
Lion MountainBurnetTXCambrianRileyinvertebrates(diverse)TX0437http://earthsciences.ucr.edu/docs/Sadler&Cooper_2003Plenum.pdf30.8182,-98.3631,,AHm73|$*
Marble Falls(RR1431)BurnetTXJust N of Colorado River in Road cut on RR1431 1 km E of Hamilton Creek and 3.7 km E of US281PennsylvanianSmithwick?TX039530.5604,-98.115,,AHm73?|$*TX0398
Marble Falls(RR1431)BurnetTXon rr1431 (from US183) 4 km W of Travis/Williamson County LinePaleozoic?TX039830.5604,-98.115,,AHm73?|$*TX0395
Marble Falls(RR1431)BurnetTXon rr1431 (from US183) 8 km W of Travis/Williamson County Line in inactive quarryPaleozoic?TX039930.5871,-98.2027,,AHm73|$*
Moran(N10)CallahanTX10 km N in shale along roadPermianinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX011932.6342, -99.1537,,AHm73|$*
Moran(N5-MoranRd)CallahanTX5 km N on Moran Rd near cattle tankPermianPutnam (TX)invertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-DelocrinusTX012032.5936,-99.1525,,AHm73|$*
Moran(SSE8-Moran-CiscoHwy)CallahanTX8 km SSE 2.5 km NW of Pueblo RR station in shale and marl on N side of Moran-Cisco HwyPermianCamp Coloradoinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX012132.5026,-99.1029,,AHm73?|$*TX0175
Smith RanchClayTXAmos Smith RanchCretaceous?Wichitavertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-EryopsTX0426More likely Permian than Cretaceoushttp://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php33.8020,-98.1985,,AHm73|$*
-*ColemanTXPennsylvanian corals,Conularia in Wayland shale member of Graham Formation in Coleman County,TXPennsylvanianGrahaminvertebrates-brachiopoda-PunctospiriferTX012531.8262,-99.4263,,AHi44|$*
Mitchell's Crossing(ParksMtn)ColemanTX2 km NW of Colorado River in gullies on S and SE slopes of Parks MountainPennsylvanianGrahaminvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX012231.4400,-99.3378,,AHm72|$*
Rockwood(SW4)ColemanTX4 km SW in shale at base of bluff W of HighwayPennsylvanianHarpersvilleinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX012331.4855,-99.4069,,AHm73|$*
Santa Anna(OldBrownwoodColemanRd)ColemanTX2 km E along old Brownwood-Coleman road in shale and LimestonePennsylvanianinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX0124(E2)31.7398,-99.2989,,AHm73|$*
Farmersville(SW5)CollinTX5 km SWCretaceousinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-decapoda-brachyura-EnoploclytiaTX012633.14,-96.3889,,AHm73|$*
Sipe Springs(S4)ComancheTX4 km S in shale on N side of bluffPennsylvanianMineral Wellsinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX012732.0695,-98.7826,,AHm73|$*
Bloomfield(S1)CookeTX1.2km S. The Grayson generally contains abundant and invertebrates(diverse) as well as some chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth) in clays, marls and chalky white limestone. This location would be in the middle of Ray Roberts LakeCretaceous,UpperGraysoninvertebrates(abundant),vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)TX0510http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.4372,-97.0208,,AHm73?|$*
WoodbineCookeTXOriginal says, Woodbine, Bryan County, OK. E. In thin lenses in yellow Sandstone. LatLon is arbitrary, 2km E of WoodbineCretaceous,UpperPawpawinvertebrates(?)(abundant)TX0494http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.6110,-96.9935,,AHm73|$*
-CoryellTXCretaceousinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoideaTX013031.4334,-97.7536,,AHi44|$*TX0129
Copperas Cove(SkatingRink)CoryellTXbehind skating rinkCretaceousWalnutinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoideaTX012831.1086,-97.9167,,AHm73?|$*
GatesvilleCoryellTXCretaceousEdwardsvertebrates-reptilia(tracks)TX012931.4350,-97.7436,,AHm73|$*TX0130
Twin MountainCoryellTX40km N of ProctorCretaceous,LowerGlen Roseinvertebrates,vertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-pycnodontidae(scales)TX0477http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/glenrose.htm31.3834,-98.0337,,AHm73|$*
Catfish Creek?CottleTXTriassicDockumvertebrates-reptilia-phytosauria-PaleorhinusTX0158Originally entered as Cat Fish River,Dickens County34.215,-100.069,,AHm73|$*
Willow HoleCottleTXPermianArroyo?vertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-TrimerorhachisTX0235CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.2037,-100.4027,,AHm73|$*
Crosbyton(BlancoRiver)CrosbyTXE bank of Blanco River between Spur and CrosbytonTriassicDockumvertebrates-reptilia-aetosauria-DesmatosuchusTX0131CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.5501,-101.0983,,AHm73|$*
Crosbytown(Mt Blanco)*CrosbyTXAt Mt Blanco and elsewhere in local canyonsPleistoceneBlancanvertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneTX0134presumably mammals as well?33.7914,-101.2531,,AHm73?|*$TX0133,TX0137,TX0138
Crosbytown(N15-CatfishDraw)*CrosbyTX15 km N on slopes of Catfish Draw near E edge of Llano EstacadoPlioceneBlanco_TX?vertebrates(abundant)(remains)TX013333.7713,-101.2536,,AHm73|*$TX0134,TX0137,TX0138
Crosbytown(SW12-KirkpatrickRanch)CrosbyTX12km SW of Crosbytown at Kirkpatrick Ranch. Fossiliferous site in Dockum FormationTriassicDockumvertebratesTX0132CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionwww.ias.ac.in/jessci/jun2005/CH01.pdf33.5732,-101.3333,,AHm73?|$*
Kalgary(HomeCrk)CrosbyTXN at Home CreekTriassicDockumvertebrates-mammals-Adelobasileus;reptilia-archosauriformes-TecovasaurusTX013533.4595,-101.1509,,AHm73?|$*
Lower KalgaryCrosbyTXVertebrate remains in lacustrian depositsTriassicTecovasvertebrates-amphibia,fish-actinopterygii-Lasalichthys,redfieldiidae,semionotiformes-Semionotus;;chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-hybodontidae-Lonchidion;Lissodus,xenacanthidae-Xenacanthus;;;;reptilia-archosauriformes-Crosbysaurus,Protecovasaurus,Tecovasaurus;choristodera-Colognathus;dinosauria-Pekinosaurus,theropoda-Coelophysis;;phytosauria,sauropsida-diapsida-Trilophosaurus;;sphenodontidae-Paleollanosaurus;;synapsida-Rewaconodon?;(truncated)TX0136No clue what the 'Lower' is intended to convey. Rewacondon=a single specimen that somewhat resembles Rewacondon from the Indian subcontinentwww.ias.ac.in/jessci/jun2005/CH01.pdf33.4089,-101.1486,,AHm53?|$*
Mount BlancoCrosbyTXPleistocene (Blancan)Blanco_TXvertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneTX0137CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.7914,-101.2531,,AHm73|*$TX0133,TX0134
Mount Blanco(SE40)?CrosbyTX40km SETriassicTecovasvertebrates-amphibia(bones),reptilia-dinosauria(bones)TX013833.7914,-101.2531,,AHm73|*$TX0133,TX0134
Otis Chalk(OtisChalkQry)CrosbyTXArea exposures 25km SE of Big Spring (Howard Cy). Faunal list is for 'Otis Chalk Quarry'TriassicCooper Canyonvertebrates-amphibia,fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-hybodontidae,Lissodus;;;reptilia-dinosauria,phytosauriaTX0139www.ias.ac.in/jessci/jun2005/CH01.pdf32.1253,-101.2608,,AHm73|*$TX0198,TX0199,TX0200,TX0201
Red QuarryCrosbyTXPlioceneBlanco_TXvertebrates-mammalsTX0140paleodb-2002333.7,-101.1,,AHh14|$*
Walker TankCrosbyTXWTriassicDockumvertebrates-reptilia-choristodera-ColognathusTX0141CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.4,-101.1,,AHj53|*$TX0394
Bone Springs(Williams Ranch)CulbersonTXAt Williams Ranch (old NPS headquarters) in Guadeloupe Mountains National ParkPermianBone Spring Limestoneinvertebrates-porifera(sponges);vertebratesTX0202CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission31.8828,-104.8830,,AHm73|$*
Guadeloupe MountainsCulbersonTXIn thick reef limestones along top of RidgePermianCapitaninvertebrates-mollusksTX0142Original says 'El Capitan' formation -- probably is no such formation distinct from the Capitan formation31.9067,-104.8618,,AHm73|*$TX0145,TX0146,TX0402
Guadeloupe MountainsCulbersonTXin drab dolomitesPermian MiddleDelaware Mountaininvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-AcanthopectenTX014531.9067,-104.8618,,AHm73|*$TX0142,TX0146,TX0402
Guadeloupe MountainsCulbersonTXin drab dolomitesPermian UpperCapitaninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-AcanthopectenTX0146Original says Capitan Mountain formation. Assumed to be same as Capitan formation31.9067,-104.8618,,AHm73|*$TX0142,TX0145,TX0402
Guadeloupe Mountains(Capitan Peak)CulbersonTXOn Capitan Peak at USGS station 2926Permian UpperCapitaninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Camptonectes,Streblochondria?TX014331.877,-104.858,,AHm73|$*TX0144
Guadeloupe Mountains(Capitan Peak)CulbersonTXOn Capitan Peak at USGS station 2930Permian Middleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Streblochondria?TX014431.877,-104.858,,AHm73|$*TX0143
Kent(E-I20)CulbersonTXE at Milepost 1 on N side I20CretaceousBorachoinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Cidaris,StereocidarisTX014731.1015,-104.0462,,AHm73?|$*
Pine Spring(Guadeloupe Mtns)CulbersonTXGuadeloupe Mountains in Dark LimestonePennsylvanianBone Canyon Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-StreblopteriaTX0402http://books.google.com/books?id=svVskArvqRAC&pg=PA116&lpg=PA116&dq=abbott+pennsylvanian+fossils&source=web&ots=lOtHaJf56y&sig=NJ5TQEVUMG0nHqmfhmFd1_ZhOUg#PPA113,M131.9067,-104.8618,,AHm73|*$TX0142,TX0145,TX0146
Pine Springs(S-US62)CulbersonTXIn US 62 road cut 3 km NE of TX54 junction. InPermianBone Spring Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea(abundant)-ParaceltitesTX0151Paraceltities originally Paracelites31.8408,-104.8309,,AHm73|$*
Van Horn(NW)CulbersonTXto NW oldest reported possible metazoan burrows. Variously dated as 1.3 to 2.0 billions years bpProterozoicAllamooreichnofossils(metazoan burrows)[?]TX014831.0397,-104.8303,,AHh14|*$TX0149,TX0150
Van Horn(NW)CulbersonTXto NW oldest reported possible metazoan burrows. Variously dated as 1.3 to 2.0 billions years bpProterozoicCastner Limestoneichnofossils,invertebrates-porifera?-archaeocyatha?TX014931.0397,-104.8303,,AHh14|*$TX0148,TX0150
Van Horn(NW)CulbersonTXto NW oldest reported possible metazoan burrows. Variously dated as 1.3 to 2.0 billions years bpProterozoicHazelichnofossils(metazoan burrows)[?]TX015031.0397,-104.8303,,AHh14|*$TX0148,TX0149
Walker TanksCulbersonTXFossiliferous site in Dockum FormationTriassicDockumvertebratesTX0394CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionwww.ias.ac.in/jessci/jun2005/CH01.pdf30.7003,-104.0283,,AHm73|$*TX0141
-*DallasTXArea construction sitesCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;(others)TX0405http://www.blackriverfossils.org/TripReports/DallasCounty/tabid/53/pt/1/Filter/100/Default.aspx32.7896,-96.7799,,AHh44|$*
Arcadia Park(S2-LedbetterRd)DallasTX1.6km S in cuts along the Ledbetter Road. The Eagle Ford is usually a series of dark shales with occasional limestones containing invertebrates and chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth). LatLong is arbitrary loc on S Ledbetter DrCretaceous,UpperEagle Fordinvertebrates,vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)?TX0526http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/32.7103,-96.9208,,AHm73?|$*
Arcadia Park(W-rr)DallasTXIn RR cuts W of town. The Eagle Ford is usually a series of dark shales with occasional limestones containing invertebrates and chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)Cretaceous,UpperEagle Fordinvertebrates,vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)?TX0525http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/32.7502,-96.9471,,AHm73?|$*
Arcadia Park(rr)DallasTXIn RR cuts S of Dallas-Fort Worth Highway Between Acadia Park and Chalk Hill. The Eagle Ford is usaually a series of dark shales with occasional limestones containing invertebrates and chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth). LatLong is arbitrary loc about half way between Arcadia Park and Chalk HillCretaceous,UpperEagle Fordinvertebrates,vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)?TX0528http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/32.7478,-96.9035,,AHm73|$*TX0529
Bear Creek?DallasTXThe Woodbine usually contains marine fossils as well as carbonized wood,plants. LatLon is arbitrary--the junction of Lttle and Big Bear CreeksCretaceous,UpperWoodbineinvertebrates-mollusks;plants(wood)TX0521http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/32.8607,-97.0623,,GHm73|*$TX0538
California Crossing(TrinityRiver-ElmFork)?DallasTXAt RR bridge on Elm Fork of Trinity River on North BankCretaceousinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-decapoda;;echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Baculites,Scaphites,Worthoceras;;gastropoda;;vertebrates-fish(bones)TX015232.8686,-96.9222,,AHm73|*$TX0412
CarroltonDallasTXCretaceousAtcovertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-CretolamnaTX0410http://www.fossiliferous.co.uk/chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)usa.htm32.9735,-96.8901,,AHm73|$*
Cooks Branch Creek-Farmers BranchDallasTXCretaceousEagle Ford Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-InoceramusTX015332.8978,-96.9220,,AHm73|$*TX0412
Eagle Ford(TrinityRiver)DallasTXIn regional exposures near Eagle Ford on the Trinity River on the S side of the Trinity River N of Arcadia Park. The Eagle Ford is usually a series of dark shales with occasional limestones containing invertebrates and chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth). LatLong is Eagle Ford 1km S of Trinity River. There are Arcadia Parks in both Dallas and Tarrant CountiesCretaceous,UpperEagle Fordinvertebrates,vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)?TX0524http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/32.7847,-96.8997,,AHm73|$*
Farmers BranchDallasTXCretaceousArcadia Parkvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-Cretoxyrhina,PtychodusTX0412http://www.fossiliferous.co.uk/chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)usa.htm32.8978,-96.9220,,AHm73?|*$TX0152,TX0153
Ben FranklinDeltaTXCretaceousTaylorvertebrates-reptilia(bones)-squamata-mosasauridae-ClidastesTX015433.4767,-95.7686,,AHm73|$*
Pecan GapDeltaTXCretaceousTaylorvertebrates-reptilia(bones)-squamata-mosasauridae-ClidastesTX015533.4369,-95.8464,,AHm73|$*
-?DentonTXIn bed of creek and associated drainage ditchCretaceousvertebrates-fish-(bones),chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-(lamnidae),PtychodusTX0407http://www.blackriverfossils.org/DentonCounty/tabid/53/TripReports/2084/Default.aspx33.2146,-97.1353,,AHh44|$*TX0156
DentonDentonTXCretaceousEagle Fordvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-Ptychotrygon;selachii(sharks)(teeth)TX015633.2146,-97.1353,,AHm73|$*TX0407
Justin((E-DentonCrk)DentonTXE in bluffs of Denton CreekCretaceous,UpperFort Worth Limestoneinvertebrates(diverse)-echinoderms-echinoidea-HemiasterTX0481http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.0887,-97.2693,,AHm73|*$TX0485,TX0488
Justin(DentonCrk)DentonTXW on Denton Creek (Type locality) - shelly marls. Denton Creek is E of JustinCretaceous,UpperDenton Marlinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea;echinoderms-echinoidea-MacrasterTX0485http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.0887,-97.2693,,AHm73|*$TX0481,TX0488
Justin(E-DentonCrk)DentonTXE on Denton CreekCretaceous,UpperWenoinvertebratesTX0488http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.0887,-97.2693,,AHm73|*$TX0481,TX0485
RoanokeDentonTXWCretaceous,UpperWenoinvertebratesTX0489http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.0040,-97.2258,,AHm73|$*
The ColonyDentonTXCretaceousArcadia Parkvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-Cretodus,Cretolamna,PtychodusTX0411http://www.fossiliferous.co.uk/chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)usa.htm33.0890,-96.8864,,AHm73|$*
AftonDickensTXHolocenevertebrates-mammals-proboscidea-MammuthusTX0157CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.7628,-100.8164,,AHm73?|$*
Chamberlin's QuarryDonleyTX23.8km NE of Clarendon,S of White Fish CreekMiocene (Clarendon)vertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Alligator;;turtles-GeocheloneTX015935.0926,-100.7420,,AHm73?|*$TX0160,TX0163
Chamberlin's Quarry(EastHillQry)DonleyTXAt edge of Spade Flats Farm aka East Hill QuarryMiocene (Clarendon)vertebrates-aves(birds)(bones),reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Alligator;;turtles-Geochelone,GopherusTX016035.0926,-100.7420,,AHm73?|*$TX0159,TX0163
Clarendon(N16-MacAdamsQry)DonleyTXMacAdams/Porters Ranch Quarry. 16 km N of Clarendon on E side of Carrol Creek. NW1/4NE1/4S7 block C-3, G. C. and Santa Fe Railroad SurveyMiocene(Clarendon)vertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Machaerocamelus;SynthetocerasTX0534http://discover.odai.yale.edu/ydc/Record/315986435.0658,-100.9097,,AHm73|*$TX0164,TX0165
Goldston(E6-RiselyPlace)DonleyTX6.4km E at Risely PlaceMiocene (Clarendon)vertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-AlligatorTX0161Can't identify a Goldstone in Donley County,TX. Lat Lon is Charles Risely ranch, but could be Adam Risely ranch.35.0743,-100.8742,,AHm73|*$TX0166,TX0167
Griffin RanchDonleyTX35.10 -100.84Miocene (Clarendon)vertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-AlligatorTX0162Original says Griffen Ranch35.0950,-100.8378,,AHm73?|$*
Lewis QuarryDonleyTXAt W. J. Lewis place. There are several Lewis Quarries. One is 25km NE of ClarendonMiocene (Clarendon)vertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Alligator;;turtles-Geochelone,KinosternonTX016335.0803,-100.7278,,AHm73|*$TX0159,TX0160
MacAdams QuarryDonleyTXMiocene (Clarendon)vertebrates-mammalsTX016435.0658,-100.9097,,AHm73|*$TX0165,TX0534
McAdams QuarryDonleyTXMiocene (Clarendon)vertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneTX016535.0658,-100.9097,,AHm73|*$TX0164,TX0534
Risely Place?DonleyTXMiocene (Clarendon)vertebrates-reptilia-turtles-Geochelone,KinosternonTX0166There are two Risely ranches several km apart35.0743,-100.8742,,AHm73|*$TX0161,TX0167
Risley FarmDonleyTXAt Adam and Charles Risley FarmMioceneOgallalavertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae-Neohipparion,Protohippus,PseudhipparionTX016735.0743,-100.8742,,AHm73|*$TX0161,TX0166
CiscoEastlandTXinvertebrates-brachiopoda-CompositaTX016832.4022,-98.9829,,AHm73?|*$TX0170,TX0173
Cisco(CiscoCollege?)EastlandTXin shales in roadcut on NE side of Randolph Jr College Campus (Now Cisco College?)PennsylvanianHarpersvilleinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX017332.4022,-98.9829,,AHm73|*$TX0168,TX0170
Cisco(E2-US183)EastlandTX2 km E along escarpment on Cisco-Breckenridge Road(US183)PennsylvanianThrifty Limestoneinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX017032.4008,-98.9631,,AHm73|*$TX0168,TX0173
Cisco(NE15)EastlandTXin area outcrops 11-20 km NEPennsylvanianCiscoinvertebrates-brachiopoda-DerbyiaTX017232.4866,-98.8790,,AHm73?|$*
Cisco(NE24)EastlandTX24 km NE ofinvertebrates-brachiopoda-DerbyiaTX017132.5387,-98.8158,,AHm73?|$*
Cisco(W10)EastlandTX10 km W in calcareous shaleCretaceous LowerTrinity, Upperinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-MyalinaTX016932.3776,-99.0857,,AHm73|$*
Eastland(W7-Eastland-CiscoRd)EastlandTX7 km W in W facing slopes in gullies 200 meters N of Eastland-Cisco Rd. type locality for many crinoids and bryozoaPennsylvanianGrahaminvertebrates-bryozoa,echinoderms-crinoidsTX017432.3936,-98.8927,,AHm73?|$*
Pueblo(SE2-Cisco-MoranRd)EastlandTX2 km SE at base of prominent outlier 50 meters W of old Cisco-Moran highwayPermianMoran Marlinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX017532.5005,-99.1185,,AHm73?|$*TX0121
Franklin Mountain(AztecCave)El PasoTXE of El Paso in Hueco Mtns. On S side of Franklin Mtn near Aztec CavePermianHueco, Magdelenainvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda;(others)TX0466http://www.sunstar-solutions.com/sunstar/geology/Permian/PermianTX.htm31.8980,-106.5564,,AHm72|$*
Long Canyon(HuecoMtns)El Paso?TXIn Hueco Mountains 8 km W of Helms West well and 16 km S E of Hueco TanksOrdovicianMontoya?TX0176Can't identify Long Canyon. Most likely candidate seems to be Fourmile Draw/Phone line Canyon.31.7610,-106.0252,,AHj43?|$*
Britton(SE-GaynaisRanch)EllisTXat Gaynais Ranch 4.8km SECretaceousEaglefordvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-pycnodontidaeTX0177also listed as 500m SE of Britton32.5489,-97.0725,,AHm73?|$*
WaxahachieEllisTXCretaceousNiobraravertebrates-reptilia-squamata(bones)TX0178Original says Waxahatchie,Ellis County KS,but Waxahachie,Ellis County,TX seems more likely. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission32.3869,-96.8500,,AHm73?|$*
-FanninTXCretaceousvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-PtychodusTX0406http://www.blackriverfossils.org/TripReports/FanninCounty/tabid/53/pt/1/Filter/103/Default.aspx33.5803,-96.1798,,AHh44|$*
LadoniaFanninTXCretaceousTaylorvertebrates-reptilia(bones)-squamata-mosasauridae-ClidastesTX017933.4569,-95.9422,,AHm73|$*TX0408
Ladonia(PattersonFossilPark)FanninTXIn gravel bars along river at Patterson Fossil ParkCretaceousvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-pristidae-Ischyrhiza;;selachii(sharks)(teeth)-SerratolamnaTX0408http://www.blackriverfossils.org/HuntCounty/tabid/53/TripReports/2085/Default.aspx,http://treasuredpasts.hubpages.com/hub/Finally-Fossil-Hunting-Near-Home33.4569,-95.9422,,AHm73|$*TX0179
Savoy(SE8)FanninTX7.5 km SE in rock pit on S side of roadCretaceousAustin Chalkinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-decapodaTX018033.5564,-96.3468,,AHm73?|$*
Nechanitz(MatejowskyRanch)FayetteTXMatejowsky Ranch (fee in 1970s)plants(petrified wood)TX018130.0456,-96.8267,,AHm73|$*TX0182
Nechanitz*FayetteTXMatejowsky Store (petrified wood) in area road cuts,bed of Rabs Creek,farmsplants(petrified wood)TX018230.0456,-96.8267,,AHm73|$*TX0181
JusticeburgGarzaTXTriassicCooper Canyonplants-gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Araucarioxylon(trees)TX0183Petrified Forest-about 50 trees-mostly Araucarioxylonwww.ias.ac.in/jessci/jun2005/CH01.pdf33.0428,-101.2025,,AHm73?|$*TX0184
Justiceburg(NeylandSite)GarzaTXNeyland Site-Fossiliferous site in Dockum FormationTriassicDockumplants(petrified wood),vertebrates(diverse)TX0184CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionwww.ias.ac.in/jessci/jun2005/CH01.pdf33.0428,-101.2025,,AHm73?|$*TX0183
Post Quarry(SE16)GarzaTX16km SE in red mudstone deposits near a conical hillTriassicCooper Canyonvertebrates(diverse)(some articulated)-reptilia(aves?)-dinosauria-theropoda-Protoavis;;;(others)TX0186vertebrates(diverse)-some articulated,a birds-Protoavis CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionwww.ias.ac.in/jessci/jun2005/CH01.pdf33.1196,-101.2843,,AHm73?|$*
Post(S15(PatriciaSite)GarzaTX15km S of Post at Patricia Site. Vertebrate remains in channel depositsTriassicCooper Canyonplants,vertebrates-reptilia-phytosauriaTX0185CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionwww.ias.ac.in/jessci/jun2005/CH01.pdf33.0812,-101.3805,,AHm73?|$*
FredricksburgGillespieTXCretaceousComanche Peakinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoideaTX018730.2760,-98.8711,,AHm73|$*
Cedar Mills(BigMineralCrk)?GraysonTX1.6km E in Big Mineral Creek. This location appears to be in Lake Texoma. Big Mineral Creek is 20km to the S a few km N of Whitesboro The junction of the N and S forks of the Creek is at 33.6859,-96.9027Cretaceous,UpperPawpawinvertebrates-mollusksTX0497http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.8316,-96.7986,,AHm73?|$*
Cedar Mills(SandyCrk?)GraysonTX800m N (of what?) in Sancy(Sandy?) Creek. The Grayson generally contains abundant and invertebrates(diverse) as well as some chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth) in clays, marls and chalky white limestoneCretaceous,UpperGraysoninvertebrates(abundant),vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)TX0508http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.7350,-96.8325,,AHm73|$*
Denison(E-EMainSt)GraysonTXE. In cuts on East Main Street. Loc is arbitraryCretaceous,UpperPawpaw,Main Street Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusksTX0495http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.7550,-96.5262,,AHm73|*$TX0492,TX0496,TX0499,TX0501,TX0502
Denison(E-rr)GraysonTXEastern part in RR cutCretaceous,UpperMain Street Limestone,Graysoninvertebrates(?)(abundant)TX0501http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.7532,-96.5346,,AHm73|*$TX0492,TX0495,TX0496,TX0499,TX0502
Denison(E2-PawPawCrk)GraysonTX1.6km E where RR trestle crosses headwaters of Pawpaw CreekCretaceous,UpperMain Street Limestone,Graysoninvertebrates(?)(abundant)TX0502http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.7570,-96.5172,,AHm72|*$TX0492,TX0495,TX0496,TX0501
Denison(N2)GraysonTX1.6km N in cutsCretaceous,UpperWenoinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Corbula,Nucula,Yoldia;gastropoda-TurritellaTX0487invertebrates with nacreous shells-mollusks-Turritella,Nucula,Yoldia,Corbulahttp://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.7834,-96.5300,,AHm72|$*TX0480
Denison(N5-DuckCrk)*GraysonTX4.8km N in bed of Duck Creek and in nearby RR cuts. Duck Creek is only about three km NE of Denison. The locality appears to be adjacent to US65 about 1km S of its junction with US75Cretaceous,UpperKiamichi,Duck Creekinvertebrates(diverse)TX0480http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.7931,-96.5321,,AHm73|$*TX0487
Denison(N8-Weno)GraysonTX8km N on Red River near the former location of Weno (abandoned) (Type locality)Cretaceous,UpperWenoinvertebratesTX0486http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.818,-96.5616,,AHm73|$*
Denison(PawPawCrk)*GraysonTXStarting in Denison and running North along Pawpaw Creek in clays and sandstones. Pawpaw Creek runs NE from a point E of Denison near the junction of 8th St and East Main St. Lat Long is the head of the CreekCretaceous,UpperPawpawinvertebrates,vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)(sparse)TX0492http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.7557,-96.5189,,AHm73|*$TX0495,TX0496,TX0501,TX0502
Denison(UpperPawPawCrk)GraysonTXE. Upper part of Pawpaw CreekCretaceous,UpperPawpaw,Main Street Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusksTX0496http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.7577,-96.5165,,Ahm73|*$TX0492,TX0495,TX0501,TX0502
Denison(W5-rr)GraysonTXIn RR cut 4.8km W of Union StationCretaceous,UpperMain Street Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusksTX0500http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.7753,-96.6194,,AHm73?|$*
Denison(rr)GraysonTXIn cut of St Louis and San Francisco RR at the RR stationsCretaceous,UpperMain Street Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusksTX0499http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.7552,-96.5339,,AHm72?|*$TX0495,TX0501
Fink(S1-LittleMineralCrk)GraysonTX1.2km S on Little Mineral Creek. The Grayson generally contains abundant and invertebrates(diverse) as well as some chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth) in clays, marls and chalky white limestoneCretaceous,UpperGraysoninvertebrates(abundant)-mollusks-cephalopodaTX0509http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.7913,-96.6778,,AHm73|$*
Lake TexomaGraysonTXCretaceousinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoideaTX018833.9012,-96.6728,,AHh44|$*
Sherman(PostOakCreek)GraysonTXS end of Sherman where Travis St crosses the creekCretaceousEagle Fordinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea;gastropoda;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(teeth)-Cretolamna,(others);;;reptilia(teeth)(bones)TX0536numerous small shark teeth in sandbars as well as larger specimenshttp://nautiloid.net/fossils/sites/post_oak_creek/post_oak_creek.html33.609,-96.6051,,AKn73|$*
Stillhouse Ferry(E5-PawPawBrnch)GraysonTX4.8km E in Pawpaw Branch. The Grayson generally contains abundant and invertebrates(diverse) as well as some chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth) in clays, marls and chalky white limestone. Stillhouse Ferry is apparently a historical location. LatLon is on N shore of Lake Texoma 5km E of Stillhouse FerryCretaceous,UpperGraysoninvertebrates(abundant),vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)TX0507http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.8541,-96.8759,,AHm73?|$*
AndersonGrimesTXMiocene(Hemingford)Oakvilleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia;;vertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla,carnivora-canidae-Canis;;lagomorpha,perissodactyla-equidae-Hippodon;;;reptilia-turtlesTX0429http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php30.4871,-95.9869,,AHm73|$*
Anderson(?)GrimesTXW on TX30 at Whiskey Bridge. Apparently a juxtaposition of two sites. 'Whiskey Bridge' is the TX21 bridge over the Brazos River just S of Stone City Bluff in Burleson County 40-50km W of Anderson. LatLon is arbitrarily placed at TX30 bridge over Gibbons Creek 10km N of Andersoninvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-Cochlespiropsis,ConusTX0468http://intotheborderlands.blogspot.com/2005/06/fossil-hunting-report.html30.5945,-96.0655,,AHh44?|$*
Navasota(S3)GrimesTX3.2km SMiocene (Hemingford)Oakvillevertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-AlligatorTX018930.3576,-96.0784,,AHm73|$*
Harlan's RanchHardinTX900m ECretaceousAgujavertebrates-reptilia-turtles(shells)TX019029.177,-102.997,,AHj44?|$*TX0191
Harlan's Ranch?(E1-TornilloCrk)HardinTX900m E near Tornillo CreekCretaceousAgujavertebrates-reptilia-turtles(shells)TX0191Unable to identify Harlan's Ranch. Tornillo Creek is in Brewster County near 29.177N 102.997W29.177,-102.997,,AHj44?|$*TX0190
-*HemphillTXin area exposures extending into adjacent countiesPliocenevertebrates-mammals(abundant)TX019435.8245,-100.2667,,AHh44|$*
Cedar MountainHemphill?TXFossiliferous site in Dockum FormationTriassicDockumvertebratesTX0390CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission. There are many Cedar Mountains in Texas. This may not be the right one.www.ias.ac.in/jessci/jun2005/CH01.pdf35.7165,-100.4523,,AHm73?|$*
Clear Creek?Hemphill?TXto W. Original says Cooke County. There are several Clear Creeks in Texas. None in Cooke CountyCretaceous,UpperWenoinvertebratesTX0490http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/35.939,-100.326,,AHm73|$*
Coffee RanchHemphillTXMioceneHemphillvertebrates-mammalsTX019235.7334,-100.5233,,AHm73|$*CA0002
Mendota(SW6)HemphillTX6 km SW,1 km W of County line; N of Red Deer CreekPliocene MiddleBlanco_TXvertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Paracamelus;;perissodactyla-equidae-Hipparion;;proboscidea-StegomastodonTX019335.7710,-100.516,,AHm73|$*
AquillaHillTXCretaceousDel Riovertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii-CarchariasTX0432http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php31.8515,-97.2181,,AHm73|$*TX0433
Aquilla HillHillTXPleistocenevertebrates-mammals-proboscidea-MammutTX0433http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php31.8797,-97.246,,AHm73?|$*TX0432
Itasca(LittleWalnutCrk-TX291)HillTXat TX291(Now Farm to Market 2719) bridge over Little Walnut CreekCretaceous UpperBurditt Marlinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaTX034632.1820,-97.1945,,AHm73|$*TX0347
Little Walnut Creek(TX291)HillTXJust above TX291(Now Farm to Market 2719) bridge inCretaceous UpperBurditt Marlinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaTX034732.1820,-97.1945,,AHm73|$*TX0346
Cresson(NE3-US377-Scorpion Hill)HoodTXAbout 2.8km NE on US377 in roadcut at Scorpion HillCretaceous,LowerGlen Roseinvertebrates(abundant)TX0469http://paleo.cc/paluxy/glenroseareas.jpg32.5546,-97.6061,,AHm73|*$TX0316
Cresson(NE5-US377*)HoodTXIn roadcuts on TX377 from about 4km NE to turnoff on right to Lake BenbrookCretaceous,LowerGlen Roseinvertebrates(abundant)TX0470http://paleo.cc/paluxy/glenroseareas.jpg32.5995,-97.5723,,AHm73|$*
Cresson(SW-US377)HoodTXSW In roadcuts on TX377 between Cresson and GranburyCretaceous,LowerGlen Roseinvertebrates(abundant)TX0472http://paleo.cc/paluxy/glenroseareas.jpg32.4828,-97.6832,,AHm73|*$TX0316
Dennis(E-KickapooFalls)HoodTX13.6 km SW of bridge and 400 meters E of Kickapoo Falls in shales on N side of road behind stone barnPennsylvanianMillsap Lakeinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-Paradelocrinus,SciadiocrinusTX019532.5445,-97.9842,,AHm73|$*
Lake BenbrookHoodTXIn exposures along North and Northwest shores of lakeCretaceous,LowerGlen Roseinvertebrates(abundant)TX0471http://paleo.cc/paluxy/glenroseareas.jpg32.6582,-97.4680,,AHm73|SITES/TXGLENROSE*$TX0336,TX0337
Morgan CreekHopkins?TXCambrianRileyinvertebrates(diverse)TX0440http://earthsciences.ucr.edu/docs/Sadler&Cooper_2003Plenum.pdf33.267,-95.55,,AHm73?|$*
Alabama FerryHoustonTXEoceneCrockettvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-xiphiidaeTX0418http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php31.2321,-95.7258,,AHm73|$*
CrockettHoustonTXMiocene (Hemingford)Fleming Uppervertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneTX019631.3179,-95.4568,,AHm73|$*
LoveladyHoustonTXOligoceneYeguavertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Alligator;;squamata-serpentes(snakes)-Paleophis;;turtles-Baptemys,Echmatemys,TrionyxTX040031.1267,-95.4453,,AHm73|$*
-HowardTXarea exposuresTriassicvertebrates-reptilia(remains)TX020132.1253,-101.2608,,AHh44|*$TX0139,TX0198,TX0199,TX0200
Big Spring(SignalPeak-SE5)HowardTXSE of springs (5 km SE of Signal Peak) in quarriesTriassicvertebrates(abundant)-reptilia-sauropsida-diapsida-Trilophosaurus(bones)TX019832.1580,-101.2745,,AHm73|*$TX0139,TX0199,TX0200,TX0201
Otis ChalkHowardTXPermianDockum Uppervertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-Lasalichthys,redfieldiidae-CionichthysTX0199CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission32.1253,-101.2608,,AHm73|*$TX0139,TX0198,TX0200,TX0201
Otis Chalk*HowardTXin several square km exposureTriassicDockumvertebrates-amphibia,(labyrinthodontia),reptiliaTX0200Yes,there apparently really is a place called Otis Chalk32.1253,-101.2608,,AHm73|*$TX0139,TX0198,TX0199,TX0201
Arroyo AlamoHudspethTXLoc-40256,40551Pleistocene (Blancan)Camp Ricevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Odocoileus;perissodactyla-equidae(horses);;reptilia-turtlesTX0460http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php31.3372,-105.8860,,AHj43|$*
Arroyo BallucoHudspethTXLoc-40255Pleistocene (Blancan)Camp Ricevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Odocoileus;cingulata-glyptodontidae-Glyptotherium;;perissodactyla-equidae(horses);;reptilia-turtlesTX0461http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php31.1207,-105.6627,,AHm73?|$*
Arroyo DiabloHudspethTXLoc-40244,40248,40253Pleistocene (Blancan)Camp Ricevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-camelidae-Tanupolama;;perissodactyla-equidae(horses)TX0463http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php31.2379,-105.8219,,AHm73?|$*TX0203
Pow Wow Canyon(US180)HudspethTXE of El Paso in Hueco Mtns along US180PermianHueco, Magdelenainvertebrates-brachiopoda,bryozoa,cnidaria-corals;echinoderms-crinoids(columnals);mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda;porifera(sponges),;plants,protists-foramsTX0465http://www.sunstar-solutions.com/sunstar/geology/PermIsl/Pisland.htm31.8396,-106.0440,,AHm73|$*
Sierra Blanca Quad*HudspethTXinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-HolectypusTX020331.2379,-105.8219,,AHj54|$*TX0463
Torter Station(Malone+FindlyMtns)HudspethTXIn Malone and Finlay MountainsJurassicMaloneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Pleuromya,Trigonia;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Idoceras,KossmatiaTX0204Can't find Torter Station. Loc is on RR in Arroyo Balluca between Malone Mts and Findlay Mtn.31.2660,-105.5709,,AHm73?|*$TX0205,TX0206
Torter[?] Station(Malone+FinlayMtns)HudspethTXin Malone and Finlay MountainsJurassicMaloneinvertebratesTX0206Can't find Torter Station. Loc is on RR in Arroyo Balluca between Malone Mts and Findlay Mtn.31.2660,-105.5709,,AHm73?|*$TX0204,TX0205
Torter Station(Malone+FinlyMtns)HudspethTXIn Malone and Finlay MountainsPermianLeonardinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Pleuromya,Trigonia;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Idoceras,KossmatiaTX0205Can't find Torter Station. Loc is on RR in Arroyo Balluca between Malone Mts and Findlay Mtn.31.2660,-105.5709,,AHm73?|*$TX0204,TX0206
Clinton?Hunt?TXichnofossils,worms-annelida-SerpulaTX0079There are several Clintons in TX33.1035,-96.2358,,AHm73|$*
Antelope(W5)?JackTX4.8km WPermianplantsTX0444Bulletin of the Geological Society of America 1903, p196 - Google Books33.4543,-98.4066,,AHm73|$*
Bryson(E4-Jackson-GrahamHwy)JackTX3.5 km E on Jacksboro-Graham highwayPennsylvanianGraham Shaleinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Chonetina;echinoderms-crinoids(plates)TX020733.166,-98.3475,,AHm73|$*
Cundiff(SW5-Jacksboro-ChicoHwy)JackTX5.2 km SW on Jacksboro-Chico HighwayPennsylvanianCaddo Creek Shaleinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX020833.2852,-98.0866,,AHm73|$*TX0211
JacksboroJackTXinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Reticularia;mollusks-bivalvia-Pseudomonotis;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-ShumarditesTX020933.2183,-98.1583,,AHm73|*$TX0210,TX0218
JacksboroJackTXinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-SchizodusTX021033.2183,-98.1583,,AHm73|*$TX0209,TX0218
Jacksboro(E7)JackTX7.2 km E in shale members of Limestone outcropsPennsylvanian UpperJacksboro Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-MyalinaTX021433.1991,-98.1074,,AHm73?|$*TX0213
Jacksboro(NE11-Jacksboro-ChicoHwy)JackTX10.5 NE on S side of hill W of Jacksboro-Chico HwyPennsylvanianGrahaminvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX021133.2852,-98.0866,,AHm73?|$*TX0208
Jacksboro(SE4-rr)JackTX4.3 km SE on Mineral Wells hwy in RR cutPennsylvanianGrahaminvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX021233.1905,-98.145,,AHm73|*$TX0213
Jacksboro(SE6)JackTX5.6 km SE of courthouse in shale bed ion LimestonePennsylvanian UpperJacksboro Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-LimipectenTX021333.185,-98.1265,,AHm73|*$TX0212,TX0214
Joplin?JackTXLocality may be 5.9km SW of Jacksboro. Joplin is about 10km SE of Jacksboro.Paleozoic Upperinvertebrates-porifera(sponges)-hexactinellida-GirtyocoeliaTX021631.8800,-98.3564,,AHm73?|$*
Joplin(NW1)JackTX1 km NWPennsylvanianGrafordinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-PlaxocrinusTX021533.1001,-98.0005,,AHm73|$*
Vineyard(WNW2)?JackTX2 km WNW at road TPennsylvanianGraford, Middle Limestoneinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX0217'Vineland' could refer either to the junction of US380/TX114 and FR1156 or 3km N at Wizard Wells.33.1940,-98.0431,,AHm73|$*
Walker FarmJackTXAt A.J.Walker FarmPermian?MarkleyvertebratesTX0218CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.2283,-98.1642,,AHj44?|*$TX0209,TX0210
Ash SpringJeff DavisTXEocene?SD0133Originally entered as SD. Appears to be a garbled reference to the Chadron age Oligocene locality at Ash Spring,Jeff Davis Cy,TX30.9751,-104.2177,,AHm73|$*TX0219
Ash SpringJeff DavisTXOligocenevertebrates-mammalsTX0219Mammal reference locality CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission30.9751,-104.2177,,AHm73|$*SD0133
Burleson(Deer Creek)JohnsonTXBetween Burleson and crowley along Deer CreekCretaceous,UpperMain Street Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusksTX0504http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/32.5870,-97.3329,,GHm73|*$TX0324,TX0505
Chambers CreekJohnsonTXThe Woodbine usually contains marine fossils as well as carbonized wood and plants LatLong is arbitrary between the two forks of Chambers CreekCretaceous,UpperWoodbineinvertebrates-mollusks;plants(wood)TX0523http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/32.2818,-97.2281,,AHm73|$*
Cleburne(BuffaloCreek)?JohnsonTXIn Buffalo Creek. LatLon is juct of McAnear and Buffalo CreeksCretaceous,UpperMain Street Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusksTX0503http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/32.3258,-97.3868,,AHm73|$*
Riovista(S2-WacoRd)JohnsonTX1.6km S on Waco RoadCretaceous,UpperPawpawinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Heteraster,Holaster,Washitaster;;mollusks-bivalvia-Arca;cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Flickia,Pervinquieria,Turrilites;;gastropodaTX0498http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/32.2247,-97.3787,,GHm73|$*
Alexander PitJonesTXPermian?Clear Fork (TX)ichnofossils,vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-xenacanthidae;;;reptilia,synapsida-Dimetrodon,pelycosauriaTX0421http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php32.8692,-99.7188,,AHm73?|$*
AnsonJonesTXPermianClear Fork (TX)vertebrates-synapsida-pelycosauriaTX0431http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php32.7565,-99.8962,,AHm73|$*
-*KarnesTXIn regional open pits dug while exploring for Uranium|Shallow water facies|ichnofossils and occasional body fossils from as many as 50 taxaEoceneWhitsettichnofossils-burrows_invertebrate-Arenicolites,Ophiomorpha,Planolites,Tigillites,(others)TX0532http://www.jstor.org/pss/130501728.8832,-97.9102,,AHm73?|$*
Terret(NW8-RobertsFarm)Kerr?TX8km NW at Matthew Roberts FarmCretaceousNeylandvertebrates-fish(teeth)-chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-pristidae-IschyrhizaTX0220Terret is presumably Fort Terrett-a 19th Century frontier post30.5049,-100.2382,,AHm73?|$*
Camp Walton(Llano River)?KimbleTXOn S side of Llano River on river access roadPennsylvanianGraford, Lowerinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-ParadelocrinusTX0221Can't identify Camp Walton. Loc is arbitrary30.4962,-99.6984,,AHm44?|$*
Garner RanchKimbleTX13 km W of Kerrville 23 km N of Kerrville-Junction Road(I10)CretaceousGlen Roseinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea;;porifera(sponges);protists-forams;vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)TX0222http://www.northtexasfossils.com/glenrose2.htm30.1914,-99.1694,,AHm73?|$*
Burnett QuarryKnoxTXMammal Reference LocationPliocene-PleistoceneSeymour?vertebrates-mammalsTX022333.80,-99.70,,AHm73?|$*
Vera(W)*KnoxTXN of US82 between Vera and Benjamin,Two beds,uppermost just below Pearlette Ash bed. 600,000 year old fossilsPleistoceneSeymour[?]invertebrates-mollusks;plants(petrifiedwood),vertebrates-fish,mammals-artiodactyla-Platygonus;carnivora-canidae-Canis;Homotherium;cingulata-glyptodontidae;perissodactyla-equidae-Equus;;rodentia-sciuridae-Cynomys(Prairie_Dogs);;;reptilia-turtlesTX0224Unable to track down the formation name for the Pleistocene outcrops and Vera,TX. CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.6106,-99.6673,,AHm73?|$*
Arthur City(E5-GoldenBluff)LamarTX4.8km E at Golden Bluff in sands, clays, and lignite. The Woodbine usually contains marine fossils as well as carbonized wood and plantsCretaceous,UpperWoodbineinvertebrates?(marine),plants(wood)TX0519http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/33.8669,-95.454,,AHm73?|$*
Paris(S-SulphurRiver)LamarTXin float material in Sulphur RiverCretaceousEagle Fordvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth);;reptilia-plesiosauria(bones)TX022533.5557,-95.5742,,AHm73?|$*
Roxton(NE)LamarTXat RR depot 2 to 3 km N of Arkansas church in quarriesCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda,(others)TX022633.5822,-95.6859,,AHm73?|$*
Box T Ranch(WolfCrk)LipscombTXMioceneHemphillvertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-AlligatorTX0227On Wolf Creek36.255,-100.0571,,AHm73?|$*
Higgins(S6-Sebit/ColePit)LipscombTX6.4km S at Sebit/Cole pit. Site may be in OklahomaMiocene (Hemphill)Ogallalavertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneTX023036.0856,-99.9904,,AHm73?|$*TX0228
Higgins(SE)LipscombTX5 km N of SE corner of County on W side of small creek 400 meters E of county linePliocenevertebrates-mammals(bones)-perissodactyla-rhinocerotidae-RhinocerosTX022936.1072,-99.998,,AHm73?|$*
Higgins(SE-EllisCtyOK)?LipscombTX3 km N of SE corner of County 400 meters E of county linePliocenevertebrates-mammals(bones)-perissodactyla-rhinocerotidae-RhinocerosTX0228The site would seem to be in Ellis Cty, OK36.081,-99.9987,,AHm73?|$*TX0230
Three Rivers(LiveOakRanch)Live OakTXAt Mother Load Ranch. (petrified wood) (Fee in 1970s)?TX023128.4600,-98.1822,,AHm73|$*
Kingsland(E-TX71)LlanoTXin creek bed off TX 71 6.4 km E of TX71/TX281 junctionPaleozoicinvertebrates-brachiopodaTX023230.4937,-98.2459,,AHm73|$*
Kingsland(E3-RR1431)LlanoTXon Ranch Road 1431 16 km W of Marble Falls and 3 km E of Kingsland in RoadcutCambrian?TX023330.6370,-98.4083,,AHm73|$*
Little Llano RiverLlanoTXCambrianRileyinvertebrates(diverse)TX0438http://earthsciences.ucr.edu/docs/Sadler&Cooper_2003Plenum.pdf30.8048,-98.5743,,AHi43?|$*
Near Lake Lubbock(WhiteBluffs-RedQry)?LubbockTXWhite Bluffs-Red QuarryPlioceneBlanco_TXvertebrates-mammalsTX0234Pliocene Mammal Reference Location. More commonly 'Lubbock Lake'. There may not be any such thing Lake Lubbock although there are several lakes in the Lubbock area.33.6220,-101.8897,,AHm44?|$*
James RiverMasonTXCambrianRileyinvertebrates(diverse)TX0439http://earthsciences.ucr.edu/docs/Sadler&Cooper_2003Plenum.pdf30.6480,-99.2531,,AHm33?|$*TX0236
Mason(S-Llano River)MasonTXto S in banks of Llano RiverPennsylvanianGraford, Lowerinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-ParulocrinusTX023630.6456,-99.233,,AHm73|$*TX0439
PotontocMasonTXCambrianRileyinvertebrates(diverse)TX0436http://earthsciences.ucr.edu/docs/Sadler&Cooper_2003Plenum.pdf30.9097,-98.9800,,AHm73|$*
StreeterMasonTXCambrianRileyinvertebrates(diverse)TX0441http://earthsciences.ucr.edu/docs/Sadler&Cooper_2003Plenum.pdf30.7649,-99.3764,,AHm73|$*
Eagle Pass(S)MaverickTXSCretaceousNavarrovertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia,(eggs)TX023728.7089,-100.4992,,AHm73|*$TX0238
Eagle Pass*MaverickTXfor 240 km to Laredo in Rio Grande River gravelsinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals(silicified);;plants(petrified wood)TX023828.7089,-100.4992,,AGg14|$*TX0237
Brady(S4-ShropshireLakeSpillway)McCullochTX4.4 km S near spillway at Shropshire Lake spillway in shales and LimestonePennsylvanianinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX023931.1135,-99.287,,AHm73|$*
Brady(SE8-Brady-MasonRd)McCullochTX8 km SE in W side of Brady-Mason RdPennsylvanianMarble Fallsinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX024031.082,-99.2893,,AHm73|$*
Fife(E3)McCullochTX2.8 km E in shale on S side of roadPennsylvanianGrahaminvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX024131.3903,-99.3592,,AHm73|$*
Mercury(E)McCullochTX400 meters E at top of escarpmentPennsylvanianGraford Limestoneinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-ParadelocrinusTX024231.4122,-99.1514,,AHm73|$*
Placid(N4)McCullochTX4.3 km N E of concrete culvertPennsylvanianBrownwood Shaleinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX024331.3448,-99.1892,,AHm73|$*
Rochelle(E6)McCullochTX5.6 km E,In red shales in creek valleyPennsylvanianMillsap Lake Shaleinvertebrates-brachiopoda(chonetid)(abundant)-Chonetina,Mesolobus;echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)TX024431.2298,-99.1540,,AHm73|$*TX0245
Rochelle(SE6)McCullochTX5.6 km SE,W of road from Rochelle-San Saba Hwy to MercuryPennsylvanianMineral Wells Shaleinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-Athlocrinus,PlaxocrinusTX024531.1964,-99.1659,,AHm73?|$*TX0244
Saddle CreekMcCullochTX2.4 km S of Colorado River junction in Limestone bedPennsylvanianPueblo Shaleprotists-forams-fusulinida-FusulinaTX024731.4046,-99.4701,,AHm73|$*TX0246
Saddle Creek(Colorado River)McCullochTX1.6 km S of Colorado River junction 6 meters below Limestone bedPennsylvanianPueblo Shaleinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX024631.4128,-99.4763,,AHm73|$*TX0247
BosquevilleMcLennanTXIn bosque escarpment. The Grayson generally contains abundant and invertebrates(diverse) as well as some chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth) in clays, marls and chalky white limestoneCretaceous,UpperGraysoninvertebrates(abundant),vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)TX0511http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/31.6024,-97.1953,,AHm73?|$*TX0520
Bosqueville(N)McLennanTXN in sands, clays, and lignite. The Woodbine usually contains marine fossils as well as carbonized_wood and plantsCretaceous,UpperWoodbineinvertebrates-mollusks;plants(wood)TX0520http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/31.6127,-97.1965,,AHm73|$*TX0511
Waco(LakeWacoDam)McLennanTXon slope behind Lake Waco DamCretaceousDel Rioinvertebrates(diminutive)-cnidaria-corals-rugosa(horn_corals);;mollusks;vertebrates-fish(vertebrae)(teeth)TX024831.5979,-97.2225,,AHm73|$*
D'Hanis(SecoCrk)MedinaTXalong Seco Creek inCretaceous UpperAnachacho Limestoneinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaTX024929.3264,-99.2947,,AHm73|$*
Goldthwaite(S14-GoldthwaiteReef)MillsTXin a hill (Goldthwaite Reef) 14 km SWCretaceous LowerEdwardsinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals-scleractinia-Texastrea;;;echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusks(abundant)TX025131.3813,-98.6564,,AHm73?|$*TX0250
Goldthwaite(SW13-GoldwaiteReef)MillsTX13 km SW at Goldthwaite reefCretaceous LowerEdwardsinvertebrates-mollusksTX025031.3813,-98.6564,,AHm73?|$*TX0251
ForestburgMontagueTXIn sandsCretaceousTrinityvertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-pycnodontidae(plates)-Eomesodon;;sarcopterygii-Ceratodus(teeth)TX025333.5331,-97.5564,,AHm73|$*TX0252
Forestburg(S4-TriconodontGully)*MontagueTX4km S in Triconodont Gully -- several localities in W wall of ridge and opposite that locality?CretaceousTrinityvertebrates-reptilia-turtles-Naomichelys,TrinitichelysTX025233.5043,-97.5701,,AHm73?|*$TX0253
Ringgold(SSE10)MontagueTX9.6km SSE 50m W of RR trackPermianAdmiralvertebrates-fish-sarcopterygii-EctosteorhachisTX025433.7419,-97.9279,,AHm73|$*
Nacodoches(E37-SanAugustineRd)NacogdochesTX37 km E on San Augustine RoadEoceneWelchesinvertebrates-mollusksTX025531.5048,-94.3080,,AHm73|$*TX0256
Nacogdoches(E33-SanAugustineRd)NacogdochesTX33 km E in cuts along San Augustine RdEoceneWelchesinvertebrates-mollusksTX025631.5159,-94.3619,,AHm73?|$*TX0255
ChatfieldNavarroTXinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-TurrilitesTX025732.2414,-96.4073,,AHm73|$*
-NewtonTXIn stream gravels W of Sabine River. Primarily Miocene fossils with admixture of reworked fossils from earlier periods back to the PermianMioceneFlemingvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)TX0413http://search.datapages.com/data/doi/10.1306/A1ADDCC3-0DFE-11D7-8641000102C1865D30.74,-93.62,,AHi44|$*
Horse Shoe Bend(WolfCrk)OchiltreeTXOn S side of Wolf Creek 6.4km E of TX83 crossingMioceneHemphillvertebrates-reptilia-turtlesTX0258CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission36.2234,-100.6727,,AHm73|$*
AdrianOldhamTXPermianWichitavertebrates-synapsida-DimetrodonTX0259CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.2747,-102.6647,,AHm73|$*
Graford(NW4)Palo PintoTX4.4 km NW just W of HwyPennsylvanianGrafordinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-AthlocrinusTX026032.96,-98.2887,,AHm73?|$*
Lone Camp(WNW8)Palo PintoTX8 km WNW (6.4 km SSW of Lover's Retreat) near road cornerPennsylvanianGrafordinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-ParadelocrinusTX026132.7009,-98.3548,,AHm73|$*
McKenzie MountainPalo PintoTXarea exposuresPennsylvanianGrafordinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalviaTX026232.3483,-98.353,,AHm73?|$*
Mineral Springs(NW-FossilPrk-IndianCrkRd)Palo PintoTXNW at Mineral Springs Fossil Park on Indian Creek RdPennsylvanianinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids(stems);;(others)TX0537http://www.mineralwellsfossilpark.com/32.8258,-98.1947,,AKn73|$*
Mineral Wells(LakePinto)Palo PintoTX2 km W at end of Lake Pinto in yellow marlPennsylvanianMineral Wellsinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-PlaxocrinusTX026332.8172,-98.1246,,AHm73|$*TX0266
Mineral Wells(NW10-UnionHillSchool)Palo PintoTX9.6 km NW,400 meters NNW of Union Hill School in shale in small gullyPennsylvanianKeechi Creekinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-Aesiocrinus,DelocrinusTX026432.8721,-98.1786,,AHm73?|$*
Mineral Wells(S10-BrazosRiver)Palo PintoTX9.6 km S,2,4 km W of Oaks Crossing on Brazos River in thin limestonesPennsylvanianMineral Wellsinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-Aatocrinus,Delocrinus,Laudonocrinus,Perimestocrinus,Plaxocrinus,(others)TX026532.6983,-98.1072,,AHm73?|$*
Mineral Wells*Palo PintoTXarea outcrops of yellow marlPennsylvanianMineral Wellsinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-PlaxocrinusTX026632.8075,-98.1127,,AHm73|$*TX0263
Palo Pinto(NNW6-KyleMtn)Palo PintoTX6.4 km NNW on NW slope of Kyle MountainPennsylvanianGraford Shaleinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-Apographiocrinus,Delocrinus,Endelocrinus,Pachylocrinus,Paradelocrinus,Zeacrinites?TX026732.8554,-98.5691,,AGl63?|$*
Pickwick(SE3)Palo PintoTX3 km SE. The site of Pickwick is under the waters of Possum Kingdom LakePennsylvanianBrad Limestoneinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX026832.8389,-98.4828,,AHm73|$*
Salesville(NW5-MineralWellsCrushedStoneQry)Palo PintoTX5 km NW in quarry of Mineral Wells crushed stone CoPennsylvanianPalo Pinto Limestoneinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-Delocrinus,Erisocrinus,PlaxocrinusTX026932.9314,-98.1348,,AHm73?|$*
Strawn(W6-StrawnOilFieldRd)Palo PintoTX5.6 km W on slope below limestone escarpment on Strawn Oil Field road S of small lakeinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-Parulocrinus;;mollusks-bivalvia-PterinopectinellaTX0270Originally Pterino,Pectinidella32.5627,-98.5747,,AHm73?|$*
Brock(SW5-ConsolationSchool)ParkerTX5 km SW at road corner near old Consolation School sitePennsylvanianMillsap Lake Shaleinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-Endelocrinus,Neozeacrinus,Schistocrinus,Synerocrinus,(others)TX027132.6527,-97.9767,,AHm73?|$*
Glass MountainsPecos?TXPermianRoad Canyoninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-LyroschizodusTX027230.4353,-103.1086,,AHk44|*$TX0095,TX0096,TX0097,TX0098,TX0099,TX0401
-PotterTXin Blanco shalePleistoceneBlanco_TXinvertebrates-arthropoda-insecta-diptera,hemiptera,odonataTX027435.4159,-101.8996,,AHj44?|$*
AmarilloPotter?TXRandall County?Pleistocenevertebrates-mammals-proboscidea-MammutTX0424http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php35.1985,-101.8227,,AHh44?|$*
Home CreekPotter?TXFossiliferous site in Dockum FormationTriassicDockumvertebratesTX0391CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionwww.ias.ac.in/jessci/jun2005/CH01.pdf35.6,-101.8833,,AHm73?|$*
Sierrita de la Cruz Creek(HerringRanch)PotterTXW in WPA quarry On Herring RanchTriassicDockumvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Buettneria,EupelorTX0273CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission. Originally entered as 'Cerrita de la Cruz'35.4517,-102.0881,,AHm73?|$*
Arroyo Benigno?PresidioTXLoc-40207Pleistocene (Blancan)Viejavertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-ProthyracodonTX0462Can't identify Arroyo Benignohttp://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php30.3667,-104.8333,,AHh44?|$*
MarfaPresidioTXRegional exposures (May be fee)plants(petrified wood)TX027530.3078,-104.0186,,AHj44|$*
Shafter(N5-SierraAltaCrk)PresidioTX5 km N on E bluff of Sierra Alta CreekPermian LowerCibolo Limestoneinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-Apographiocrinus,Cibolocrinus,Erisocrinus,SpaniocrinusTX027629.8467,-104.2931,,AHm73?|$*
Shafter(S-Cibola Cyn)PresidioTXS in Cibola Canyon The Grayson generally contains abundant and invertebrates(diverse) as well as some chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth) in clays, marls and chalky white limestoneCretaceous,UpperGraysoninvertebrates(abundant)-mollusks-cephalopodaTX0518http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/29.8001,-104.3134,,AHm73|$*
Vieja(AirstripLocalFauna)Presidio?TXOriginally entered as Airstrip, County Unknown, South Dakota, Eocene, Chadron.Eocene(Chadron)vertebrates-mammalsSD0132Mammal Reference Location This may be a reference to the Airstrip fauna in the Capote Mountain Tuff member of the Vieja Group in West Texas which is of Chadron age. 1.5km N of Boyd Chambers Ranch House.30.3505,-104.7,,AHm73?|$*
AxtelRandallTX13 species of Hemphill mammalsPleistocenevertebrates-mammals(bones)TX0277CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission31.6581,-96.9711,,AHm73|$*
Bull DrawRandallTX23 species of late Irvingtonian mammalPliocenevertebrates-mammals(bones)TX0278CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.9033,-101.7288,,AHm73|$*TX0288
Canyon(E-PaloDuroCyn)RandallTXPalo Duro Canyonvertebrates-reptilia-phytosauria(teeth)TX0280CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.95,-101.67,,AHj43|*$TX0284,TX0285,TX0286
Canyon(E-Sunday Cyn)RandallTXNear the head of the Sunday Canyon Branch of the Palo Duro CanyonTriassic UpperTrujilloplants-angiosperms-SanmigueliaTX0279plants in gray mudstone34.9551,-101.7146,,AHm73|*$TX0281,TX0392
Canyon(E-SundayCyn)RandallTXnear head of Sunday Canyon branch of Palo Duro Canyonplants(carbonized)TX028134.9534,-101.7396,,AHm73|*$TX0279,TX0392
Cita CanyonRandallTX27 species of Blancan mammalPleistocenevertebrates-mammals(bones)TX0282CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.8887,-101.6226,,AHm73|$*
Currie RanchRandallTX6 species of Hemphill mammalsPleistocenevertebrates-mammals(bones)TX0283CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.02,-101.77,,AHm73?|$*
Little Sunday CanyonRandall?TXFossiliferous site in Dockum FormationTriassicDockumvertebratesTX0392www.ias.ac.in/jessci/jun2005/CH01.pdf34.9563,-101.7155,,AHm73?|*$TX0279,TX0281
Palo Duro CanyonRandallTXPublic Access at state park 55 km S of Amarillo. Anywhere in canyon or side canyons in multicolor shales above unfossiliferous red Permian shalesTriassic UpperTecovas Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Unio;;;plants,vertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Buettneria;;fish-(Coprolites),sarcopterygii-dipnoi(uncommon)(teeth);;reptilia-aetosauria-Desmatosuchus;dinosauria-theropoda-Coelophysis;;phytosauria(abundant)(fragments)-Brachysuchus,Leptosuchus;(saurians)(uncommon)TX0285CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.9358,-101.6493,,AHm44|*$TX0280
Palo Duro Canyon?RandallTX24km E. Assume this is 24km E of the town of Canyon.TriassicDockumvertebrates-reptilia-choristodera-ColognathusTX0284CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.9811,-101.6743,,AHm73?|*$TX0280
Palo Duro State ParkRandallTXFrom 2nd draw above mouth of Gold Canyon on N. side (tributary of Sunday Canyon)TriassicDockumvertebrates-fish-sarcopterygii-ChinleaTX0286CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.9384,-101.6968,,AHm73?|*$TX0280
Sand Creek Canyon?RandallTXCan't locate Sand CreekTriassicDockumvertebrates-reptilia-choristodera-ColognathusTX0287CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.7423,-101.9366,,AHm73?|$*
Sunday CanyonRandallTXIn gray lens in exposure along dirt road on N wall of Sunday Canyon just W of Palo Duro State Park 34.8333 -101.7333TriassicTrujilloplants-angiosperms-Archaestrobilus,Sanmiguelia;gymnospermopsida-coniferophyta-Pelourdea;;pteridophyta-CladophlebisTX0467http://bcornet.tripod.com/Cornet96/Archaestrobilus.htm34.8333,-101.7333,,AHm73?|$*
Woody DrawRandallTX8 species of late Irvingtonian mammalPleistocenevertebrates-mammals(bones)TX0288CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.9139,-101.7031,,AHm73|*$TX0278
PecosReevesTXCretaceousWashitainvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-ExogyraTX028931.4211,-103.4861,,AHm44|$*
Notla(S12)RobertsTX11.2 km S of Notla,Ochiltree County in sandy clay lakebedTertiary Uppervertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae-Neohipparion,Pliohippus;rhinocerotidae-Teleoceras;;proboscidea(mammoths)-Amebelodon;;reptilia-turtlesTX0290CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission35.9969,-100.6320,,AHi44|$*
Salter FarmRobertsonTXLoc-186 (reworked material?)Pleistocenevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-LamnaTX0457http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php31.0346,-96.7453,,AHm44?|$*
BallingerRunnelsTXin quarries on N side of Colorado RiverPermian LowerArroyoinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalviaTX029231.7331,-99.9785,,AHm73|$*TX0291
Ballinger*RunnelsTXin area exposuresPermian LowerArroyoinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-AviculopectenTX029131.7381,-99.9469,,AHm43|$*TX0292
Chalk Hill(Dallas-FtWorthHwy)RuskTXIn road cuts on Dallas-Fort Worth Highway. The Eagle Ford is usually a series of dark shales with occasional limestones containing invertebrates and chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth). Can't really pin down location. LatLong is arbitrary loc about half way between Arcadia Park and Chalk HillCretaceous,UpperEagle Fordinvertebrates,vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)?TX0529http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/32.7478,-96.9012,,AHm73?|$*TX0528
Sabinetown BluffSabineTXin green-gray glauconiteinvertebrates-arthropoda-crustacea-ostracoda;;mollusks-bivalvia-Arca,Bornia,Corbula,Macrocallista,Nucula,Periploma,Phacoides,Pitaria,Spisula,Trinacria,Venericardia;gastropoda-Architectonica,Bittium,Cerithiella,Epitonium,Melanella,Natica,Sinum,Skenea,Teinostoma,Tuba;scaphopoda-CadulusLA007231.4089,-93.7042,,AHm73?|$*
Coldspring(NE11-TrinityRiver)San JacintoTXTrinity River Print - 11.2km NE on S bank of Trinity RiverCretaceousFleming Uppervertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GraptemysTX0293CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission. Site is probably now under water.30.6217,-95.0111,,AHm73?|$*
Coldspring*San JacintoTXArea exposures:Caper Place,3km N at Donahue Pit,Harvey Pit,Johnson Farm,Kelly Farm,Love Place,McGowen Place,McCurry pit,Trinity River 2km above TX190 bridge,14.4(11.2)km NE on Trinity RiverMioceneFlemingvertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-Alligator;;turtles-Geochelone,TrionyxTX0294CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission30.5922,-95.1292,,AHj44?|$*
Pool CreekSan JacintoTXMiocene (Hemingford)Oakvillevertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneTX0295CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission30.8255,-95.2516,,AHm73|$*
BendSan SabaTXcurrently closedPennsylvanianSmithwick?TX029831.0998,-98.5119,,AHm73|$*TX0296
Bend(NW8-RoughCrk)San SabaTX8 km NW E of road crossing Rough Creek on N side of CreekPennsylvanianMarble Fallsinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-Lasanocrinus,ScytalocrinusTX029731.1355,-98.5464,,AHm73|$*
Bend(W3-ColoradoRiver-FlatRockBend)San SabaTX3 km W at the Flat Rock Bend on the Colorado River in shales and limestones in bluffPennsylvanianSmithwick?invertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX029631.0897,-98.5215,,AHm73?|$*TX0298
San SabaSan SabaTXEPennsylvanianSmithwickinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-EuchondriaTX0403http://books.google.com/books?id=svVskArvqRAC&pg=PA116&lpg=PA116&dq=abbott+pennsylvanian+fossils&source=web&ots=lOtHaJf56y&sig=NJ5TQEVUMG0nHqmfhmFd1_ZhOUg#PPA113,M131.1958,-98.7186,,AHm43|*$TX0299,TX0303
San SabaSan SabaTXMississippianChappel Limestoneinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita-Australosutura,Carbonocoryphe,Pudoproetus,ThigriffidesTX029931.1958,-98.7186,,AHm43|*$TX0303,TX0403
San Saba(E)San SabaTXto E in shale exposuresPennsylvanianSmithwickinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-EuchondriaTX030331.1958,-98.7186,,AHm43|*$TX0299,TX0403
San Saba(LambertRanch)San SabaTXat Lambert Ranch Fossils (Fee in 1970s)?TX030231.1638,-98.804,,AHm73?|$*
San Saba(SE4-CR1031)San SabaTX4km SE in road cut and shale quarry on CR1031MississippianBarnett Shaleinvertebrates-conodonts,mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea,bactritida;gastropodaTX030131.1633,-98.6889,,AHm73|$*
San Saba(SW18)San SabaTX18.4 km SW of Hotel San Saba in creek bank 150 meters W of San Saba-Wallace Creek RdPennsylvanianMarble Fallsinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-Cibolocrinus,EthelocrinusTX030031.1077,-98.8319,,AHm73?|$*
Elkins Place Bone BedScurryTXVertebrate remains in lacustrian deposits. 36.8 km N of SnyderTriassicTecovasplants,vertebratesTX0304CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permissionwww.ias.ac.in/jessci/jun2005/CH01.pdf32.9917,-100.884,,AHm73?|$*
SnyderScurryTXin exposures from Ranch house to highway. Beck Ranch faunaPliocene UpperBlanco_TXvertebrates-amphibia,aves(birds)(bones),fish,mammals-perissodactyla-equidae-Nannippus;;;reptiliaTX0306CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission32.718,-100.919,,AHm43?|$*
Snyder(E16-BeckRanch)ScurryTX16 km E in marls at Beck RanchPliocene Uppervertebrates-amphibia,aves(birds)(bones),mammals,reptiliaTX0305CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission32.7134,-100.768,,AHm73?|$*
-ShackelfordTXPermianMoraninvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-MyalinaTX030932.9319,-99.2297,,AHi44|$*TX0307
Fort Griffin(McKenzieTrail)ShackelfordTXexposures on McKenzie's TrailPermian LowerMoran|Puebloinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-MyalinaTX030732.9319,-99.2297,,AHm73|$*TX0309
Moran(N13-IbexRd)ShackelfordTX13.3 km N on Ibex Road on N side of roadPennsylvanianPuebloinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX030832.655563,-99.2319,,AHm73?|$*
Dinosaur Valley State ParkSomervellTXGlen Rose(footprints)TX031032.2464,-97.8135,,AHm73|*$TX0314,TX0316,TX0318
Glen RoseSomervellTXCretaceousGlen Roseinvertebrates-cnidaria-corals;mollusks-bivalvia,cephalopoda-ammonoidea;;porifera(sponges);protists-forams;vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)TX031132.2344,-97.7550,,AHm73|*$TX0312,TX0316,TX0317
Glen RoseSomervellTXCretaceousGlen Rosevertebrates-fish-actinopterygii-MacrepistiusTX0312CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission32.2344,-97.7550,,AHm73|*$TX0311,TX0316,TX0317
Glen Rose((S13)KnobHillRanch)SomervellTX13 km S at Knob Hill Ranch on TX144 http://www.fossilknob.com/fossil_site.html,fee siteCretaceousinvertebrates(marine)(abundant)TX031332.1221,-97.7488,,AHm73?|*$TX0316,TX0474
Glen Rose(CR205-CR2009)SomervellTXSW in roadcuts along CR205 and CR2009 SE of TX67Cretaceous,LowerGlen Roseinvertebrates(abundant)TX0476http://paleo.cc/paluxy/glenroseareas.jpg32.1485,-97.7958,,AHm73|*$TX0316
Glen Rose(PaluxyRiver)SomervellTXin LimestoneCretaceous Lowerworms-annelida-SerpulaTX031732.2344,-97.7550,,AHm73|*$TX0311,TX0312,TX0316
Glen Rose(S-TX144)SomervellTXS along TX144 to and well beyond Walnut Grove In roadcutsCretaceous,LowerGlen Roseinvertebrates(abundant)TX0474http://paleo.cc/paluxy/glenroseareas.jpg32.1186,-97.749,,AHm54|*$TX0313,TX0316
Glen Rose(SW-CR2013)SomervellTXSW in roadcuts along CR2013 SE of TX67Cretaceous,LowerGlen Roseinvertebrates(abundant)TX0475http://paleo.cc/paluxy/glenroseareas.jpg32.15,-97.8745,,AHm73|*$TX0316
Glen Rose(SW-US67)SomervellTXSW In roadcuts along US67Cretaceous,LowerGlen Roseinvertebrates(abundant)TX0473http://paleo.cc/paluxy/glenroseareas.jpg32.2127,-97.7910,,AHm73|*$TX0316,TX0318
Glen Rose(US67)SomervellTXAlong US 67 between Glen Rose and Stephenville. Good exposures ofCretaceousGoodland|Duck Creek|Fort Worth|Weno|PawPawinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Enallaster,Hemiaster,Phymosoma;;mollusks-bivalvia-Exogyra,Gryphaea,Lima,pectinidae-Pecten;;gastropoda-Lunatia,Turritella;;;plants-algae-PorocystisTX031532.1535,-97.9458,,AHm74|$*
Glen Rose(W6-Paluxy River)SomervellTX6.4km W,400m below fourth crossing of Paluxy River above Glen RoseCretaceousGlen Rosevertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(tracks)TX0314CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission32.2391,-97.8088,,AHm73|*$TX0310,TX0316,TX0318
Glen Rose*SomervellTXin 15 outcrops between Uvalde,Kinney County to the Paluxy River in Sommerville CountyCretaceousGlen Rosevertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(tracks)-hadrosauroidea?,theropoda-Acrocanthosaurus,TyrannosaurusTX0316Uvalde is in Uvalde County in SW Texas between San Antonio and Del Rio.32.2344,-97.7550,,AEe14|*$TX0310,TX0311,TX0312,TX0313,TX0314,TX0317,TX0318,TX0469,TX0472,TX0473,TX0474,TX0475,TX0476
Paluxy River*SomervellTXvertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria-tracks at eight sites along about 4 km of river about 3 km W of Glen Rose,TX?TX031832.2343,-97.7944,,AHm73|*$TX0310,TX0314,TX0316,TX0473
Arroyo VallejoStarrTXLoc-1142Pleistocenevertebrates-mammals-carnivora-canidaeTX0464http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php26.3882,-98.7609,,AHh44?|$*
-StephensTXPennsylvanianWayland Shaleinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-AstartellaTX032132.7526,-98.8426,,AHh44?|$*
Breckenridge(N11)StephensTX2 km W of Breckenridge-Crystal Falls Highway, 10 km N of BreckenridgePennsylvanianHarpersvilleinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX031932.8271,-98.9202,,AHm73|$*
Ivan(SW4-BrekinridgeHwy)StephensTX3.7 km SW on Breckenridge Hwy at S end of escarpmentPennsylvanianThrifty Shaleinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids;;protists-forams-fusulinidaTX032032.8526,-98.7564,,AHm73|$*
Perry FarmStonewallTXAt Alvin Perry farmHoloceneinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropodaTX0423http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php33.1364,-100.2324,,AHj44?|$*
-*TarrantTXIn area pits and other exposuresCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea;;;vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-Cretoxyrhina,PtychodusTX0409http://www.blackriverfossils.org/TripReports/TarrantCounty/tabid/53/pt/1/Filter/107/Default.aspx32.8889,-97.3184,,AHi44|$*TX0493
-TarrantCounty(N)?TarrantTXArea exposures in N part of county. Location is arbitrary -- junction of I-35 and US81Cretaceous,UpperPawpawinvertebrates,vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)TX0493http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/32.8889,-97.3184,,AHj44|$*TX0409
Amon Carter AirfieldTarrantTXThe airport was shut down in the 1970s and operations moved to DFWCretaceous UpperWoodbinevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-batoidea-pristidae(sawfish)(teeth)-OnchopristisTX032232.8420,-97.0629,,AHm73|*$TX0538
ArlingtonTarrantTXLoc-41214CretaceousWoodbinevertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(bones)TX0456http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php32.7365,-97.1095,,AHm73|*$TX0538
ArlingtonTarrantTXWithin Viridian planned neighborhood. Accessibility unknown. Will eventually be developed.CretaceousWoodbinevertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia,dinosauriaTX0538http://www.star-telegram.com/news/local/community/arlington/article181614746.html32.7962,-97.0805,,AKm83?|*$TX0322,TX0456,TX0521
Armstrong Iron Works(SHemphillSt?)TarrantTXLoc-186. Can't locate thisCretaceousWoodbinevertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-LamnaTX0458Armstrong Iron works was probably on S Hemphill St. Loc is arbitraryhttp://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php32.6922,-97.331,,AHm73|$*
Benbrook(MarysCrk)TarrantTXat Mary's CreekCretaceousDuck Creekinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-LimaTX032332.6960,-97.4499,,AHm73|$*
Big Fossil CreekTarrantTXinvertebrates?TX0530http://maps.Google.com32.8589,-97.3114,,AHm73|$*
CrowleyTarrantTXCretaceousMain Street Limestoneinvertebrates-brachiopoda-KingenaTX032432.5823,-97.3414,,AHm73|*$TX0504,TX0505
Crowley*TarrantTXArea exposuresCretaceous,UpperMain Street Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusksTX0505http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/32.5823,-97.3414,,AHm73|*$TX0324,TX0504
EvermanTarrantTXinvertebrates-echinoderms-asteroidea-(starfish);ophiuridea-OphiuraTX032532.6308,-97.2889,,AHm73|$*
Fort WorthTarrantTXCretaceousNiobraravertebrates-reptilia-turtles-ProtostegaTX032632.8203,-97.2636,,AHh44|*$TX0331,TX0332,TX0334,TX0541
Fort WorthTarrantTXinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Desmoceras,GoodhallitesTX033232.8203,-97.2636,,AHh44|*$TX0326,TX0331,TX0334,TX0541
Fort Worth(ClearFork)TarrantTXNear Intersection of Hulen St and Bellaire Dr in Clear Fork of Trinity River. ammonoidea inCretaceousGoodland Limestoneinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaTX033032.7045,-97.3892,,AHm73|$*
Fort Worth(HodgeStn)TarrantTX4,8km N in RR cut at Hodge Station -- Long Ave -- I35 JunctionCretaceous,UpperFort Worth Limestoneinvertebrates(diverse),vertebrates?-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)TX0484http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/32.8100,-97.3141,,AHm73|$*
Fort Worth(LakeWorth)TarrantTXAt Lake Worth Dam in cliff overlooking damCretaceousinvertebrates(abundant)-echinoderms-echinoidea-Hemiaster;;mollusks-bivalvia-Ostrea;cephalopoda-ammonoideaTX032732.7945,-97.4150,,AHm73|*$TX0328,TX0329,TX0479
Fort Worth(LakeWorthDam)TarrantTXBelow the Lake Worth Dam at Inspiration Point at the East end of Lake Worth .8km South of the Tx199 (Jacksboro Hwy) off ramp from I820 Northwest of Fort Worth. 40m exposedCretaceousGoodland Limestoneinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Hemiaster,Heteraster;;mollusks-bivalvia-Cyprimeria,Exogyra,Gryphaea,Protocardia;gastropoda-Turritella,Tylostoma,ViviparusTX0329A variety of mollusks and Echinoderms can be found at this locality32.793,-97.4106,,AHm73|*$TX0327,TX0328,TX0479
Fort Worth(LowerCrossTimber)TarrantTXE in Lower Cross Timber beltCretaceousinvertebrates-mollusksTX0414'Cross Timbers' probably refers to a dense belt of oak and cedar found in Oklahoma and Texas just East of the edge of the great plains.An American Geological Railway Guide P41032.3028,-97.2846,,AHm44?|$*
Fort Worth(SansomPark)TarrantTXAt Sansom Park near the damCretaceousGoodlandinvertebrates(abundant)-echinoderms,mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Oxytropidoceras;;;(others)TX032832.7945,-97.4150,,AHm73|*$TX0327,TX0329,TX0479
Fort Worth(TrinityRiver)TarrantTXBluff of the Trinity River N of the 19th century courthouseCretaceous,UpperFort Worth Limestoneinvertebrates(diverse),vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)(possible)TX0482http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/32.7588,-97.3336,,AHm72?|$*
Fort Worth(W24)TarrantTX24 km Winvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-HemiasterTX033332.7243,-97.5325,,AHm73|$*
Fort Worth(rr)TarrantTXCuts of the Texas and Pacific RRCretaceous,UpperFort Worth Limestoneinvertebrates(diverse),vertebrates?-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)TX0483http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/32.7794,-97.3327,,AHl73?|$*
Fort Worth*TarrantTXall area exposuresinvertebrates-mollusksTX033132.8203,-97.2636,,AHh44|*$TX0326,TX0332,TX0334,TX0541
Fort Worth*TarrantTXarea exposures ofCretaceousDuck Creekinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoidea-Desmoceras,MortonicerasTX033432.8203,-97.2636,,AHh44|*$TX0326,TX0331,TX0332,TX0541
Lake ArlingtonTarrantTXinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Gryphaea,pectinidae-PectenTX033532.7219,-97.1997,,AHm73|$*
Lake BenbrookTarrantTXCretaceousDuck Creekinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda-AmauropsisTX033632.6513,-97.4467,,AHm73|*$TX0337,TX0471
Lake Benbrook*TarrantTXin area yellow Limestone outcropsinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaTX033732.6513,-97.4467,,AHm73|*$TX0336,TX0471
Lake Worth(LakeWorthDam)TarrantTXAt Lake Worth Dam in complete section of the Goodland FormationCretaceous,UpperGoodlandinvertebrates(abundant)(diverse)TX0479http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/32.7945,-97.4150,,AHm73|*$TX0327,TX0328,TX0329
Lake Worth(W)TarrantTXW in a Gryphaea coquina capping sands of the Walnut and Paluxy formationsCretaceous,UpperWalnutinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea-Hemiaster,Heteraster,Phymosoma,Salenia;;mollusks-bivalvia-Ceratostreon,Cyprimeria,Gryphaea;gastropoda-TurritellaTX0478http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/32.8141,-97.4994,,AHm73?|$*
Little Fossil ParkTarrantTX-TX0542https://geonames.usgs.gov/apex/32.4819,-97.1654,,AKm73|$*
Mountain Creek Lake?TarrantTXNear the junction of Mountain Creek Lake Pike and Blue Cut Road in cuts. The Eagle Ford is usually a series of dark shales with occasional limestones containing invertebrates and chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth). Can't identify either road. There is a Mountain Lake Parkway on the E side of the Lake and a Blue Cut Rd near Moody, McClellan County Lat Long is an arbitrary loc on Mountain Creek Lake Parkway/Florina DrCretaceous,UpperEagle Fordinvertebrates,vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)?TX0527http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/32.7142,-96.9515,,AHm73?|$*
North Richland Hills(Fossil Creek Park)TarrantTXIncluded based on name. Not known if there are fossils or if collecting is permitted. But it looks like a pleasant walkCretaceous?-TX0541http://durangotexas.blogspot.com/2016/04/communing-with-nature-at-north-richland.html32.8166,-97.2536,,AKm73|*$TX0326,TX0331,TX0332,TX0334
Sycamore CreekTarrantTXWCretaceous,UpperWenoinvertebratesTX0491http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/32.7413,-97.2973,,AHm73|$*
Walnut CreekTarrantTXThe Woodbine usually contains marine fossils as well as carbonized wood and plantsCretaceous,UpperWoodbineinvertebrates-mollusks;plants(wood)TX0522http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/32.6783,-97.4754,,AHm73|$*
AbileneTaylorTXPermianStandpipevertebrates-fish(scales)TX033832.4486,-99.7328,,AHi43|$*
-(AnnieTaylorsWell)TravisTXAt Annie Taylors Well siteHolocenevertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-equidae-EquusTX0430Possibly the Fyllan and Kitchen Door West of Austin. Location is Bee Cave.http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php30.3061,-97.9523,,AHj44?|$*
Austin(10th+Congress)TravisTXat 10th and CongressHolocenevertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-AlligatorTX034230.2669,-97.7428,,AHm73|*$TX0341,TX0345
Austin(AbbottLabs)TravisTXAt Abbott LabsCretaceousEagle Fordvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)-Cretolamna,Squalicorax,(others)TX0339There are several Abbott Lab owned facilities in Austin. Lat Lon is Howard Station which is near several of them.30.44,-97.7017,,AHm73|$*
Austin(BartonCreek)TravisTXAt concrete bridge at mouth of Barton Creek. The Grayson generally contains abundant and invertebrates(diverse) as well as some chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth) in clays, marls and chalky white limestoneCretaceous,UpperGraysoninvertebrates(abundant),vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)TX0515http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/30.2678,-97.7709,,AHm73|$*
Austin(MtBonnell)TravisTXAt base of Mount Bonnell. The Grayson generally contains abundant and invertebrates(diverse) as well as some chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth) in clays, marls and chalky white limestoneCretaceous,UpperGraysoninvertebrates(abundant),vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)TX0506http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/30.3211,-97.7735,,AHm73|*$TX0340,TX0459
Austin(MtBonnell)TravisTXMount Bonellinvertebrates-brachiopoda-WaconellaTX034030.3211,-97.7735,,AHm73|*$TX0459,TX0506
Austin(NE-ArrowheadDr)TravisTXArrowhead Drive, Loc-TMM-41935CretaceousEagle Fordinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-Inoceramus;;;vertebrates-fish(teeth),reptilia-squamata-lacertilia-Coniasaurus(teeth);;turtlesTX0459There are apparently innumerable Arrowhead Drives in TX. The loc used is in Austin, but NW rather than NE of downtown.http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php30.3388,-97.7625,,AHm73?|*$TX0340,TX0506
Austin(RR2222)TravisTXoff Loop 360 at Austin City Park Road on Ranch road 2222?TX034430.3617,-97.7937,,AHm73|$*
Austin(ShoalCrk)TravisTXAlong Shoal Creek. The Grayson generally contains abundant and invertebrates(diverse) as well as some chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth) in clays, marls and chalky white limestone. Latlong is arbitrary location in Shoal Creek Green BeltCretaceous,UpperGraysoninvertebrates(abundant),vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)TX0516http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/30.3287,-97.7471,,AHm73|$*
Austin(ToysRUs)TravisTXin Toys are Us parking lot N of Ben White Blvd?TX034330.2596,-97.8094,,AHm73|$*
Austin(downtown-10th+Congress)TravisTXNear corner of 10th and Congress. Kind of paved overHolocenevertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-AlligatorTX034530.2727,-97.7411,,AHm72|*$TX0341,TX0342
Austin*TravisTXarea chalk exposuresCretaceousAustin Chalkinvertebrates-echinoderms-asteroidea(starfish)-AustinasterTX034130.2669,-97.7428,,AHi14|*$TX0342,TX0345
Waters Park(SE3-LittleWalnutCrk)TravisTX3.2km SE on Little Walnut Creek inCretaceousAustin Chalkinvertebrates-mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaTX0348Also written as 'Watters Park'. It was about 13km N of Austin30.3980,-97.692,,AHm73|$*
West DoucetteTylerTXMioceneFlemingvertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-rhinocerotidae-Peraceras,TeleocerasTX0349CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission30.8188,-94.4285,,AHm73|$*
Woodville(RushCrk)TylerTXAt Rush CreekMioceneFlemingvertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneTX0350CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission30.7942,-94.3171,,AHm73|$*
Arenosa ShelterVal VerdeTXLoc-42198Holocenevertebrates(abundant)-mammals-artiodactyla-Bison;;(others)TX0455http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php29.7032,-101.3695,,AHm72|$*
Rattlesnake CanyonVal VerdeTXPermianAdmiral Upper?TX035129.774,-101.6184,,AHm73|$*
Aiken Hill?WalkerTXAiken Hill (Akin Hill?) is a legitimate site, but I have not been able to identify the exact locationMiocene(Arikareean)Flemingvertebrates-mammals-perissodactyla-brontotheriidae,equidae-EquusTX0416http://www.npl.utexas.edu/vpl/databases/index.php30.8006,-95.4538,,AHm72|$*TX0352
Gospel Hill?WalkerTX6.4km from Riverside to OakhurstMiocene (Hemingford)Oakvillevertebrates-reptilia-crocodilia-alligatoridae-AlligatorTX035330.8294,-95.3550,,AHm73|$*
Huntsville(AkinHill)WalkerTXnear HuntsvilleMiocene (Hemingford)Oakvillevertebrates-reptilia-turtles-GeocheloneTX035230.8006,-95.4538,,AHm72|$*TX0416
Cedar RunWashingtonTXMiocene (Hemingford)Oakvillevertebrates(truncated)-aves(birds)-messelornithidae[?];fish(teeth)-actinopterygii-Lepisosteus,Pappichthys,Rhineastes;chondrichthyes-batoidea(rays)-Dasyatis,pristidae-Ischyrhiza;Protoplatyrhina,Ptychotrygon,Rhinoptera;chimaera-Deltodus,Polyrhizodus,Psephodus;petalodontae-Antliodus;selachii(sharks)-Cladodus[?],Ewingia,Galeocerdo,Ginglymostoma,holocephali-Fadenia,Sandalodus;Odontaspis,xenacanthidae-Orthacanthus[?]TX0354vertebrates-fish-Cladodus and Orthacanthus-are Paleozoic chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks). Messelornis is an Eocene bird from Germany30.2258,-96.4078,,AHm73|$*
Lake Casa Blanca(spillway)WebbTXAt dam spillwayEoceneLaredoinvertebrates(marine)(diverse)TX0355http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0022-3360(199005)64:3%3C454:ULM(RF%3E2.0.CO;2-327.5331,-99.4464,,AHm73|$*
Beaver Creek Cattle TrailWichitaTXNo info on Beaver Creek Cattle Trail. Loc Used is near mouth of Beaver CreekPermianArroyovertebrates-amphibia-lepospondyli-Diplocaulus,Lysorophus;;synapsida-Dimetrodon,EdaphosaurusTX0357CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.8938,-98.8151,,AHm73|$*TX0356
Beaver Creek(mouth)?WichitaTXNear mouth and possibly elsewherePermianBelle Plainsvertebrates-synapsida-Edaphosaurus,SecodontosaurusTX0356CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.8938,-98.8151,,AHm73|$*TX0357
Gilberts Creek?WichitaTXPermianArroyovertebrates-synapsida-DimetrodonTX0358There is a Gilbert Creek in Clay County just across the Wichita County line at 34.0990N,-98.4003W.CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission34.0990,-98.4003,,AHh44?|$*
Mount Barry*?WichitaTXArea exposures including sites 3km W and 10km SWPermianBelle Plainsvertebrates-amphibia-diadectidae-Diadectes;temnospondyli-Eryops;;synapsida-Dimetrodon,Edaphosaurus,Ophiacodon,SecodontosaurusTX0359CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.8851,-98.6403,,AHm73|$*TX0029
Mount Barry*?WichitaTXMultiple localities. Some described as 'near' one as 5-10km W. AKA 'Bare Butte'PermianAdmiralvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-Eryops;;synapsida-Dimetrodon,Lupeosaurus?,Metarmosaurus,OphiacodonTX0029CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.8851,-98.6403,,AHm73|$*TX0359
Wichita River Valley*WichitaTXin regional exposures throughout the Wichita River ValleyPermianvertebrates-amphibia,fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)-(coprolites),xenacanthidae(remains);;crossopterygii,sarcopterygii-dipnoi;;reptiliaTX036033.9912,-98.6765,,AHh14|$*
-WilbargerTXPermianArroyovertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-TrematopsTX036234.0731,-99.2093,,AHh14|$*
Ruff CreekWilbargerTXRuff Creek is a Tributary of Turkey CreekPermianArroyo?vertebrates-synapsida-DimetrodonTX0361CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.9767,-99.1962,,AHm73?|$*
Georgetown(E2-SmithCrk)WilliamsonTX1.6 to 3.2km E along Smith Creek. The Grayson generally contains abundant and invertebrates(diverse) as well as some chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth) in clays, marls and chalky white limestone. There doesn't seem to be a Smith Creek near Georgetown Airport. LatLon is where Pecan Branch passes under I35Cretaceous,UpperGraysoninvertebrates(abundant),vertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes-selachii(sharks)(teeth)TX0514http://www.geocities.com/lancelhall/fossils/30.6700,-97.6676,,AHm73?|$*TX0363
Georgetown(FyllanCave)WilliamsonTXIn Lyback[?] Caves, or to Fyllan Cave a classic Pleistocene cave site West of Austin.Pleistocenevertebrates-mammals-artiodactyla-Platygonus(peccary)TX0363This might be a reference to Inner Space Cavern,a developed tourist attraction just South of Georgetown30.6625,-97.6639,,AHm73?|$*TX0514
Georgetown(SSanGabrielRiver+I35)WilliamsonTXS St South San Gabriel River exit from I35invertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaTX036430.6331,-97.6902,,AHm73|$*
Leander(SSanGabrielRiver+TX185)WilliamsonTXin S fork of San Gabriel River at TX183Cretaceousichnofossils,vertebrates-reptilia-dinosauria(tracks)TX0397The mineral Celestite also found30.6208,-97.86,,AHm72|$*
San Gabriel River(E-TX104)WilliamsonTX1.6km above TX104 bridgeCretaceousinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusks-cephalopoda-ammonoideaTX0365TX104 doesn't actually cross the San Gabriel River. Most likely this is the TX104 bridge over Mankins Branch.30.6347,-97.6221,,AHm73?|$*
BridgeportWiseTXPennsylvanianDickersoninvertebrates-brachiopoda-LissochonetesTX036633.2100,-97.7544,,AHm43?|*$TX0367,TX0368,TX0373,TX0535
BridgeportWiseTXPennsylvanianDickersoninvertebrates-brachiopoda-LissochonetesTX036833.2100,-97.7544,,AHi43|*$TX0366,TX0367,TX0373,TX0535
BridgeportWiseTXPennsylvanianGrafordinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Lissochonetes;porifera(sponges)TX036733.2100,-97.7544,,AHi43|*$TX0366,TX0368,TX0373,TX0535
BridgeportWiseTXPennsylvanianGrafordinvertebrates-porifera(sponges)TX053533.2100,-97.7544,,AHi43|*$TX0366,TX0367,TX0368,TX0373
Bridgeport(E12)WiseTX12 km E(?)Pennsylvanianinvertebrates-mollusks-gastropoda;(others)TX036933.2094,-97.6434,,AHm73|$*
Bridgeport(FR2952)WiseTXFarm Road 2952invertebrates-porifera(sponges)TX037233.2434,-97.8291,,AHm73|*$TX0374,TX0375,TX0379
Bridgeport(FR2952)WiseTXNW on E side of Farm Road 2952 200 meters N of Farm road 1658 in roadcutPennsylvanianGrafordinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-Apographiocrinus,Delocrinus,Erisocrinus,Graffhamicrinus;echinoidea-Archaeocidaris;;mollusks-gastropoda-Platyceras;;porifera(sponges)-demospongia-Heliospongia;hexactinellida-GirtyocoeliaTX0374well preserved crinoids33.2331,-97.8257,,AHm73|*$TX0372,TX0375,TX0379
Bridgeport(LakeBridgeport)WiseTXnear lakePennsylvanianGrafordinvertebrates-arthropoda-trilobita;mollusks-gastropodaTX037533.2301,-97.8257,,AHm73?|*$TX0372,TX0374,TX0379
Bridgeport(N)WiseTXN end of town in clay pitPennsylvanianGrafordinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-ParagassizocrinusTX037333.2173,-97.7562,,AHm73?|*$TX0366,TX0367,TX0368,TX0535
Bridgeport(NW5)WiseTX5 km NW in LimestoneAdams Branchinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-AnnuliconchaTX037133.2441,-97.7893,,AHm73|$*
Bridgeport(S3)WiseTX2.6 km S on W wide of stream flowing into Martins Lake in calcareous shalePennsylvanianPalo Pintoinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-Delocrinus,Erisocrinus,PerimestocrinusTX037033.1903,-97.7777,,AHm73?|$*
Chico(NW9)WiseTX9 km NW 4.1 km E of Jacks County line on S side of Chico-Jacksboro hwyPennsylvanianBrad Limestoneinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX037633.3202,-97.8909,,AHm73|$*
DecaturWiseTXCretaceousWalnutinvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-ExogyraTX037833.2342,-97.5858,,AHi43|$*TX0377
DecaturWiseTXCretaceousinvertebrates-echinoderms-echinoidea;mollusks-bivalvia-OstreaTX037733.2342,-97.5858,,AHi43|$*TX0378
Lake BridgeportWiseTXPennsylvanianinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids(fragments)TX037933.2301,-97.8257,,AHm73?|*$TX0372,TX0374,TX0375
-Wise|JackTXAt Wise-Jack county linePennsylvanianGarnerinvertebrates-brachiopoda-JuresaniaTX038033.1841,-97.9208,,AHm73?|$*
GrahamYoungTXin Pennsylvanian South Bend Formation inPennsylvanianSouth Bendvertebrates-fish-chondrichthyes(teeth)-petalodontae-Petalodus;psammodontidae-Stamiobatis;;sarcopterygii-dipnoi(teeth)-SagenodusTX038333.1070,-98.5896,,AHj54?|*$TX0381,TX0382
Graham(N2-Salt Creek)YoungTX2 km N on top of Salt Creek bluff 200 Meters N of bridge on Graham-Murray highwayPennsylvanianGrahaminvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoidsTX038133.1153,-98.5954,,AHm73|*$TX0382,TX0383
Graham*YoungTXarea exposures of argillaceous,buff shale with Limestone nodulesPennsylvanianGrahaminvertebrates-mollusks-bivalvia-LimipectenTX038233.1070,-98.5896,,AHj54?|*$TX0381,TX0383
NewcastleYoungTXPennsylvanianBreckenridgeinvertebrates-brachiopoda-Composita,DerbyiaTX038433.1939,-98.7383,,AHj43|$*
Newcastle(S7)YoungTX6.5 km SPennsylvanianHarpersvilleinvertebrates-echinoderms-crinoids-DelocrinusTX038533.136,-98.7285,,AHm73|$*
Rattlesnake Butte?YoungTXOriginally Archer CountyPermianAdmiralvertebrates-synapsida-Dimetrodon,OphiacodonTX0032There is no 'Rattlesnake Butte' in the Wichita Basin. There is a Rattlesanke Butte in Upton County at (31.1458,-102.064) CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.3714,-98.4747,,AHm73?|$*
Terrapin School(Olney)?Young?TXAt the head of the South Fork(of what? Salt Creek?). Terrapin School was in OlneyPermianMoranvertebrates-amphibia-temnospondyli-EdopsTX0040CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission33.3831,-98.7727,,AHm73?|$*
3-D Ranch(FalconDam)ZapataTXThis might refer to a partial sirenian skelaton found 0.6-1.6km Upstream of Falcon Dam. That's the location used.EoceneLaredo(Uintan)vertebrates-mammals-sireniaTX038626.5658,-99.1381,,AHm73?|$*TX0387
3D Ranch?ZapataTXEoceneLaredovertebrates-mammalsTX0387CAUTION:Collecting vertebrate material in the US requires landowner or government permission26.5658,-99.1381,,AHm73?|$*TX0386
Zapata?ZapataTX(petrified wood) at Ramirez Ranch - (Fee in 1970s). Loc used in Raminero, tx?TX038827.0065,-99.3837,,AHm73?|$*

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