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Fossils of Kentucky: Everything you need to know about Kentucky fossils.

Oceans of Kansas: Photographs, artwork, historical papers, and other information on the sea creatures, especially mosasaurs and plesiosaurs, that lived in the Western United States during the Cretaceous period.

The Life and Times of Long Dead Sharks: Information on fossil sharks and rays, primarily from Miocene to Pleistocene marine sediments in eastern North Carolina. Also material on select locations around the U.S.

Maine Fossils: An informational guide from the Maine Geological Survey highlighting fossils discovered in Maine.

Fossils of Virginia: This site provides information and images of fossils found in Virginia with many other links to information on the geology of the state.

Green River Paleobotany Project: This site is geared towards amateurs and professionals who collect fossil plants from the Parachute Creek Member of the Green River Formation in Colorado and Utah. The site provides an identification guide for more than 250 species of fossil plants and encourages collectors to submit images of their own fossils if they think they have found a new species.

Cincinnati Fossils: This site lists all fossil taxa described or reported from the type Cincinnatian strata (Upper Ordovician) of Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana, including mollusks, arthropods, echinoderms, brachiopods, and many other groups.

A Guide to the Orders of Trilobites: This award-winning site provides "everything you wanted to know" about trilobites.

Ancient Life Found in Kansas Rocks—An Introduction to Common Kansas Fossils: This detailed and informative site includes a Kansas geologic timetable, fossil classification, images, vocabulary, and more. This site is based on a book available from from the Kansas Geological Survey.

Fossil Cephalopods in Utah: A reference to help provide information on the identity, biostratigraphy and location of fossil cephalopods found in the state of Utah.

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