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Some Fossil Brachiopods: Images of several fossil brachiopods, dating in geologic age from early Cambrian to Pleistocene, with explanatory text.

Texas Fossils: A collection of fossils, found in Hood Co., Jack Co., Fannin Co., and surrounding areas with over 200 specimens.

Dinosaurs of Late Cretaceous Alaska: Find out more about Alaskan dinosaurs on this Alaska Museum of Natural History page.

Pennsylvanian Footprints in the Black Warrior Basin of Alabama: This documents rare animal trackways and other trace fossils from the Carboniferous, collected from a surface coal mine in Walker County, Alabama.

The Calvin Photographic Collection: An on-line collection of over 5,000 photographs of fossils and geology, taken by University of Iowa professor Samuel Calvin and colleagues during the late 1800s and early 1900s.

Fossil Images from Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument: A pictorial essay of fossil life in the Grand Staircase National Monument, unveiled by Utah Geological Survey (UGS) staff.

Ordovician Fossils in Ogle County, Illinois: An amateur collection of fossils gathered at various sites in Illinois, primarily Ordovician.

Graptolites: Graptolites (literally translated "writing on rock") are an extinct group of Paleozoic colonial organisms, most often found as thin carbonized films in various shales or limestones from the Cambrian to the Carboniferous. Following are graptolites collected from the Athens Shale formation (Ordovician age) near Montevalo, Alabama.

Levin Fossil Collection: An image gallery of an amateur collector's finds, focusing on fossils of all ages from Kansas.

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