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Here are links to my favorite Arizona fossil photos. Back to main page Martin Formation Pseudoatrypa devonia Thamnopora Many in rock at Chasm Creek. Mural Limestone Clam Turitella Naco Formation Derbyia crassa Common. Mucrospirifer Myalina nacoensis Chaunactis olsoni My best sponge. Fusilinid Hash Plate Kohl's Ranch Wilkingia terminale Redwall Formation Archimedes First ever reported from the Redwall. Schnebly Hill Formation Fern Naco? Equisetum Naco? Unknown sponge Silicified sponge from Fort Apache Member.
Fruitbat posted a topic in DocumentsGeneral Papers on Paleontology USGS Monographs (1882-1915) Fossil Identification - General Fossils Kingdom incertae sedis Kingdom Eubacteria - Stromatolites and Thrombolites Kingdom Fungi Kingdom Plantae - Plants Brown Algae and Red Algae - Phaeophyceae and Rhodophyta Green Algae - Chlorophyta and Charophyta Non-vascular Land Plants (bryophytes) Non-Seed-Bearing Vascular Plants (tracheophytes) Seed Plants (spermatophytes) General Plants and Floras Kingdom Animalia - Animals Fossil Invertebrates Phylum Uncertain - Cloudinidae, Dickinsoniidae and related forms Phylum Foraminifera - Forams and Fusulinids Phylum Porifera - Sponges Phylum Bryozoa - Moss Animals Phylum Phoronida - Horseshoe 'Worms' Phylum Cnidaria - Corals, True Jellyfish, Anemones, Conulariids and Their Relatives Class Anthozoa - Corals and Sea Anemones Subphylum Medusozoa and General Cnidaria - Jellyfish and Their Relatives (including Conulariids) Phylum Annelida, Phylum Chaetognatha, Phylum Priapulida, Phylum Sipuncula and Others - Fossil Worms Phylum Echinodermata - Crinoids, Echinoids, Starfish and their Relatives Class Asteroidea - Starfish (Sea Stars) Classes Eocrinoidea and Crinoidea - Sea Lilies Class Echinoidea - Sea Urchins Class Ophiuroidea - Brittle Stars Other Echinoderms Phylum Brachiopoda - Lamp Shells Cambrian Brachiopods Ordovician Brachiopods Silurian Brachiopods Devonian Brachiopods Carboniferous Brachiopods Permian Brachiopods Triassic to Pleistocene Brachiopods General Brachiopods Phylum Mollusca Class Bivalvia - Oysters, Clams and their Relatives Class Gastropoda - Snails and their Relatives Class Hyolitha, Class Polyplacophora, Class Scaphopoda, Class Tentaculitoidea and General Molluscs Class Cephalopoda - Ammonites, Nautiloids and their Relatives Ordovician - Triassic Cephalopods Jurassic Cephalopods Cretaceous Cephalopods Paleocene - Pleistocene Cephalopods General Cephalopoda Phylum Onychophora - Velvet Worms and Lobopodians(?) Phylum Arthropoda Class(?) Dinocaridida Class incertae sedis - Euthycarcinoids and Others Class Marrellomorpha Subphylum Chelicerata - Spiders, Scorpions, Eurypterids, and Their Relatives Class Arachnida - Spiders, Scorpions, Mites and Their Relatives Class Merostomata - Sea Scorpions, Horseshoe Crabs and Their Relatives Other Classes and General Chelicerata Subphylum Crustacea - Lobsters, Crabs, Shrimp, Barnacles and Their Relatives Class Malacostraca - Crabs, Lobsters, Shrimp and Their Relatives Class Maxillopoda - Barnacles and Their Relatives Class Ostracoda - Seed Shrimp Other Classes and General Crustacea Subphylum Hexapoda- Insects and Their Relatives Subphylum Myriapoda - Millipedes and Centipedes Clade Xandarellida - Stem 'Trilobites' Subphylum Trilobitomorpha - Trilobites Nektaspida - 'Soft-bodied' Trilobites Cambrian Trilobites Ordovician Trilobites Silurian Trilobites Devonian Trilobites Carboniferous and Permian Trilobites General Trilobites General Arthropoda Phylum Vetulicolia Phylum Hemichordata- Acorn Worms, Graptolites and Their Relatives Phylum Chordata Invertebrate Chordates - Cephalochordates, Tunicates and Their Relatives Subphylum Vertebrata - Animals with backbones Class Conodonta Superclass Agnatha - Jawless Vertebrates Infraphylum Gnathostoma - Jawed Vertebrates Classes Placodermi and Acanthodii - Armored Fish and 'Spiny Sharks' Class Sarcopterygii - Coelacanths, Lungfish and Their Relatives Class Actinopterygii - Ray-Finned Fish Subclass Chondrostei - Sturgeons, Paddlefish and Bichirs Subclass Neopterygii General Actinopterygii Class Chondrichthyes- True Cartilaginous Fish Subclass Holocephali - Ratfishes (Chimaeras) and Other Primitive Chondrichthyans Subclass Elasmobranchii - Sharks, Rays, Skates and Sawfishes 'Primitive' Sharks Subdivision Selachii (Selachimorpha) - 'Modern' Sharks Subdivision Batoidea - Rays, Skates and Sawfishes Chondrichthyes (by period) and General Elasmobranchs Superclass Tetrapoda Class Amphibia- Salamanders, Frogs and their Relatives Order Seymouriamorpha (May not belong with Amphibia) Subclass "Labyrinthodonta" (Temnospondyli) Subclass Lepospondyli Subclass Lissamphibia - Frogs, Toads, Salamanders and their Relatives General Amphibia Class Reptilia Superorder Crocodylomorpha- Alligators, Crocodiles and their Relatives Superorder Ichthyopterygia- Ichthyosaurs Superorder Lepidosauria - Tuatara, Lizards, Mosasaurs, and Snakes Order Mosasauridae - Mosasaurs Order Squamata - Lizards and Snakes Order Rhynchocephalia (Tuataras) Order Eosuchia and General Lepidosauria Superorder Sauropterygia- Plesiosaurs and their Relatives Order Pterosauria - Pterodactyls and their Relatives Order Rhynchosauria Order Testudines - Turtles Order Thalattosauria Clade Dinosauriformes - Dinosaurs and Sister Groups Order Ornithischia - 'Bird Hipped' Dinosaurs Clade Thyreophora - Armored Dinosaurs (Ankylosauria, Stegosauria and Their Relatives Suborder Ceratopsia - Horned Dinosaurs Superfamily Hadrosauroidea Suborder Pachycephalosauria - 'Dome-Headed' Dinosaurs Other Ornithischia Order Saurischia - 'Lizard Hipped' Dinosaurs Suborder Theropoda Infraorders Herrerasauria, Coelophysoidea, Ceratosauria Infraorder Tetanurae General Theropoda Suborder Sauropodomorpha Silesauridae and Other Non-Dinosaurian Dinosauriforms General Dinosaurs, Dinosaur Extinction and Paleocene (?) Dinosaurs Other Reptiles - Phytosaurs, Aetosaurs, Choristodera and Drepanosauromorpha Class Aves - Birds Basal Birds (Jurassic and Cretaceous) Neornithes (Modern Birds) Infraclass Neognathae Superorder Galloanserae - Landfowl and Waterfowl Superorder Neoaves - Modern Birds (excluding Galloanserae) Clade Columbea Clade Passerea Infraclass Paleognathae - Ratites and Their Relatives General Aves From Dinosaurs to Birds Class Synapsida - Stem Mammals/Mammal-like Reptiles Pelycosaurs Therapsids Class Mammalia - Mammals Primitive Mammals Infraclass Marsupialia - Pouched Mammals Order Eulipotyphla - Hedgehogs, Shrews, Moles and Their Relatives Order Pholidota - Pangolins and Their Relatives Superorder Xenarthra - Armadillos, Sloths and Their Relatives Order Rodentia - Rats, Mice, Squirrels and Their Relatives Suborder Castorimorpha - Beavers, True Gophers and Their Relatives Suborder Hystricomorpha - Porcupines, Capybaras and Their Relatives Suborder Myomorpha - Rats, Mice, Gerbils and Their Relatives Suborder Sciuromorpha - Squirrels, Mountain Beavers, Prairie Dogs and Their Relatives Other Rodents and General Rodentia Order Lagomorpha - Hares, Rabbits, Pikas and Their Relatives Order Chiroptera - Bats Order Carnivora - Dogs, Cats, Bears and Their Relatives Family Canidae - Dogs and Their Relatives Family Felidae - Cats and Their Relatives Family Hyaenidae - Hyenas and Their Relatives Family Mustelidae - Weasels and Their Relatives Superfamily Ursoidea - 'Bear Dogs', Bears and Their Relatives Clade Pinnipedia - Seals, Walruses and Their Relatives Families Barbourofelidae and Nimravidae - False Saber-Toothed 'Cats' Other Carnivora Order Artiodactyla - Even Toed Ungulates Family Antilocapridae - Pronghorns and Their Relatives Family Bovidae - Bison, Cattle, Antelopes and Their Relatives Family Camelidae - Camels, Llamas and Their Relatives Family Cervidae - Deer and Their Relatives Family Giraffidae - Giraffes, Okapis and Their Relatives Family Merycoidodontidae - Oreodonts and Their Relatives Family Suidae - Pigs and Their Relatives Family Tayassuidae - Peccaries and Their Relatives Infraorder Tragulina - Chevrotains and Their Relatives Other Artiodactyla Order Perissodactyla - Odd Toed Ungulates Family Brontotheriidae - Brontotheres Family Chalicotheriidae - Chalicotheres Family Equidae - Horses and Their Relatives Family Hyracodontidae - 'Running' Rhinoceroses Family Rhinocerotidae - 'True' Rhinoceroses and Their Relatives Family Tapiridae - Tapirs and Their Relatives Other Perissodactyla Orders Astrapotheria, Pyrotheria, Litopterna and Notungulata - South American Ungulates Order Hyracoidea - Hyraxes Order Proboscidea - Elephants and Their Relatives Family Elephantidae - Mammoths and Elephants Family Gomphotheriidae - Gomphotheres Family Mammutidae - Mastodonts and Their Relatives Other Proboscidea General Proboscidea Order Sirenia - Manatees, Dugongs and Their Relatives Order Desmostylia Order Cetacea - Whales, Dolphins and Their Relatives Order Primates - Monkeys, Apes, Humans and Their Relatives Monkeys and Non-hominin Primates Primates - Family Hominidae Ichnofossils - Trackways, Coprolites, and Other Trace Fossils (Including Eggs) Tracks and Trackways Eggs (Oolithids), Gastroliths, 'Ejecta' and Coprolites (Feces) General Ichnofossils Taphonomy - Fossilization and Fossil Formation Faunas, Localities and Stratigraphy North America United States - Alabama to Louisiana United States - Maine to North Dakota Unites States - Ohio to Tennessee United States - Texas (Nothing else need be said!) United States - Utah to Wyoming United States - National Parks and other Federal Lands Canada North America (General) Central/South America and the Caribbean Europe Africa and the Middle East Asia Australia/New Zealand Excavation, Preservation, Preparation and Imaging Techniques Special Volumes Cenozoic Mammals of Land and Sea: Tributes to the Career of Clayton Edward Ray. Emry, R.J (ed.), 2002. Avian Paleontology at the Close of the 20th Century: Proceedings of the 4th International Meeting of the Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution, Washington, D.C., 4-7 June, 1996. Olson, S.L. (ed.), 1999. Geology and Paleontology of the Lee Creek Mine, North Carolina. III. Ray, C.E. and D.J. Bohaska (eds.), 2001. Geology and Paleontology of the Lee Creek Mine, North Carolina. II. Ray, C.E. (ed.), 1987. Geology and Paleontology of the Lee Creek Mine, North Carolina. I. Ray, C.E. (ed.), 1983 Collected Papers in Avian Paleontology Honoring the 90th Birthday of Alexander Wetmore. Olson, S.L. (ed.), 1976. Paleozoic Perspectives: A Paleontological Tribute to G. Arthur Cooper. Dutro, J.T., Jr. (ed.), 1971. Advances in Trilobite Research. Rabano, I., R. Gozalo and D. Garcia-Bellido (eds.), 2008. Fossil Fish Studies. Chorn, J., et al., 1978 Methods in Preparation. Brown, M.A., J.F. Kane and W.G. Parker (eds.), 2009. Shorter Contributions to Paleontology and Stratigraphy. Sando, W.J. (ed.), 1988. Ordovician of the World. Gutierrez-Marco, J.C., I. Rabano and D. Garcia-Bellido (eds.), 2011 Mississippian-Pennsylvanian Boundary in Northeastern Oklahoma and Northwestern Arkansas. Sutherland, P.K. and W.L. Manger (eds.), 1977. Carboniferous Geology and Biostratigraphy of the Appalachian Basin. Greb, S.F. and D.R. Chesnut (eds.), 2009. Papers from the Geological Curators' Group Seminar on The Commercial Trade: Ethics Versus Science - The University of Manchester, 23 May 2001. Nudds, J.R. (ed.) 2001. Making Tracks Across the Southwest. Reynolds, R.E. (ed.), 2006. Recent Advances in the Study of Neogene Fossil Birds. Ornithological Monographs Number 44, American Ornithologists Union, 1990. Searching for the Pliocene: Southern Exposures. Reynolds, R.E. (ed.), 2012. Fabulous Fossils - 300 Years of Worldwide Research on Trilobites. Mikulic, D.G., E. Landing and J. Kloessendorf, 2007. Neanderthals Among Mammoths. Excavations at Lynford Quarry, Norfolk. Boismier, W.A., C. Gamble and F. Coward (eds.), 2012. Geology and Vertebrate Paleontology of Western and Southern North America, Contributions in Honor of David P. Whistler. Wang, X. and L.G. Barnes (eds), 2008. A Burgess Shale Primer: History, Geology and Research Highlights. Caron, J.-B. and D. Rudkin (eds.), 2009. Elasmobranches et Strategraphie. Herman, J. and H. Van Waes (eds.), 1993. Special Issue: Recent advances in Cambrian to modern cephalopod research I. Klug, D., et al. (eds.), 2015. Cephalopods Past and Present. New Insights and Fresh Perspectives. Landman, N.H., R.A. Davis and R.H. Mapes (eds.), 2007. Progress in Echinoderm Palaeoecology. Zamora, S. and I. Rabano (eds.), 2015. Sauropod Gigantism: A Cross-Disciplinary Approach. Farke, A.A., et al. (eds.), PLOS Collections. Fossil Record 5. Sullivan, R.M. and S.G. Lucas (eds.), 2016. Middle and Late Pennsylvanian Chronostratigraphic Boundaries in North-Central Texas: Glacial-Eustatic Events, Biostratigraphy, and Paleoecology. Part II: Contributed Papers. Boardman, D.L., et al. (eds.), 2016. Special Volumes - National Park Service National Park Service Paleontological Research Volume 4. Santucci, V.L. and L. McClelland (eds.), 1999. National Park Service Paleontological Research Volume 3. Sentucci, V.L. and L. McClelland (eds.), 1998 National Park Service Paleontological Research Volume 2. Santucci, V.L. and L. McClelland (eds.), 1995. Archaeology - Human Artifacts Fossil Collecting and Collectors - Stories, Journals and Logs Fossil and Artifact Collecting - Management, Laws and Regulations Fossil Fakes, Composites and Pseudofossils
One of my favourite things to do on TFF is to linger around on FOTM, watching the entries and winners come forth, and the same with FOTY. Outside FOTM boards, the only reference are the badges winners get for them. Sometimes I try to see what golden find got them the win out of curiosity, yet to no avail do to the sheer amount of winners over the years. To make finding these treasures of FOTMs past easier so that more people can appreciate these finds, the badges for FOTM on your profile page should provide a link to their spot in the winner's gallery and/or the thread that declared them winner. Anyone agree?
I came across some interesting articles in the web and just thought I'd share with you. Bizarre sphere fossils could be among world's earliest animals "A series of mysterious spherical fossils found in southern China may be remnants of some of the world's earliest animals. A new study finds that these controversial fossils are not likely to be bacteria orsingle-celled protists; their cells, preserved for more than 600 million years in rock, are too complex and differentiated. Instead, the fossils may be multicellular algae, or even the embryos of ancient animals. "The real value of these fossils is that we now have some direct evidence about how this transition from single-celled organisms to things like animals and plants occurred in the evolutionary past," said study researcher Shuhai Xiao, a geobiologist at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg." Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/science/2014/09/25/bizarre-sphere-fossils-could-be-among-world-earliest-animals/ http://phys.org/science-news/archaeology-fossils/ http://www.scienceclarified.com/Ca-Ch/Carbon-Family.html