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Paleontology and fossiles: General overview, Fossils

Amber  see also Dinosaur fossils
Amber Baltic amber, insects, fossils spider, acarina, fossils insects, rav, harpaks, retinite, succinite, kohaku, glessum, fung chi, fossil resin, fuling, fehg, bernstein, elektron, ambra, ambre, agdsten, inclusions, palaeoentomology, fossil fishes, ammonites, trilobites, brachiopods, mollusks, echinoderm, belemnites, sponge, shark teeth, corals, bivalvia, gastropoda, shells, paleontology
Amber amber is the fossilized resin of ancient trees which forms through a natural polymerization of the original organic compounds
Amber web site dedicated to amber fossil resin and copal. Its paleontological significance is explored in detail. There are numerous original photographs of amber and inclusions with sections on its formation and role in human history, a tip
Amber neotropical amber
Amber Amber
Amber amber is a semi-precious gem formed out of the fossilized resin of ancient trees. Age varies from 20 million years up to 245 million years. Dominican amber ranges from 25-40 millions years (tertiary period)
Amber gives a green light to study of ancient life
Amber: arboreal gold
Amber gallery
Amber photos part of Fossils
Amber: window to the past
Amberized fossil leaf amber is the fossilized resin of ancient trees and often, along with insects, plant material is trapped by dripping resin and thereby preserved intact over millenia by the gradual process of amberization
Blue Amber The purpose of this site is to act as an information portal for Dominican Blue Amber. Amber is supposed to be amber color, right? Wrong. There is the original color of amber, yellow, orange, honey, cognac or the kind. But there also is cream, cherry, red, green and even blue as the rarest of all
Metaphysical properties of amber
Fossils  see also Dinosaur fossils
Ammonites et autres fossiles en Franšais
British chalk fossils chalks are found the world over in rock successions dating from the Late Cretaceous (98-65 million years ago). They record a period of extreme warming and unusually high sea-levels, when much of the world's  continental platforms were flooded by marine water
Cretaceous fossils a reference resource on fossils from the Cretaceous Period (Late Dinosaur Age) of the world
Crinoidea Crinoidea explained
Crinoids Crinoids explained
Crinoids a tip
Detrich fossil company photos of spectacular fossil discoveries and details of global expeditions
Dinosaur tracking fossilized dinosaur tracks are forms of trace fossils, also known as ichnites or ichnofossils. Unlike body fossils, which are the remains of dead bodies, trace fossils record the active movements and behaviors of ancient organisms
Earth Lab Datasite - fossils Find out about fossils, minerals and rocks discovered in your local area with the Earth Lab database
Echinologia en Franšais
Echinoids spatangoid morphology
Eocene and Oligocene Fossils A Collection of Eocene and Oligocene Fossils
Eocene fossils coleoptera, diptera, flora
Eocene fossils
Introduction to ichnology ichnology: study of plant and animal traces
Jurassic ammonites and fossil brachiopoda
Fossiele planten in Dutch
Fossielen in BelgiŰ
Fossil hominids to provide an overview of the study of human evolution, and of the currently accepted fossil evidence
Fossils of Kentucky dedicated to showing fossils found of the local geographic area that surrounds the area where most KYANA members live and collect
Fossils of the Gault clay dedicated to the fossils of the lower cretaceous Albian (Gault Clay and Folkestone Beds) in the county of Kent, south-east England
Fossils, rocks, and time the diversity and evolution of life on Earth through the last 600 million years
Fossil sharks from Transylvania
Fossil shark teeth
Ginkgo a living fossil The genus Ginkgo is one of the major groups in the phylum Ginkgophytes. Fossils of Ginkgo are recognized by its leaves, reproductive organs and wood. Its leaf remains are the most often found, ...
Miocene fossils Miocene fossils
Photographs and descriptions of fossils
Pictures of fossils
Plant fossils of West Virginia
Shark teeth
Shark teeth
Shark teeth dedicated to the fossil sharks and rays from the Cretaceous of the Netherlands. Objective is to give a brief overview of the most common species which can be found in the cretaceous sediments of the SE part of The Netherlands and the adjoining area in Belgium
Sheppey Fossils
Stromatolite fossils in the Hakatai shale
Invertebrates  see also Dinosaur fossils
Bryozoa: fossil record
Conodonta- Conodonta
Crinoid education project
Hidden world of the conodonta the Conodonta are an extinct phylum (Sweet, 1988) of small, bilaterally symmetrical vermiform (worm-like) animals
Invertebrates Invertebrates
Neogene marine invertebrates an online biotic database containing images and data for taxa used in analyses of Tropical American biodiversity over the past 25 million years
Orders of trilobites Orders of trilobites
Ordovician conodonts Conodonts in Vertebrate Evolution, Conodont Element Types, Species Identified, Scolocodonts, What are Conodonts?
Saint-Petersburg paleontological laboratory paleontological laboratory quality photos of Russian fossils, trilobites, ammonites, vertebrates, minerals
The semi compleat trilobite presentation of trilobite images
Trilobite Trilobites are hard shelled, segmented creatures that existed over 300 million years ago
Trilobite gallery trilobites are an extinct group of marine arthropods which existed during the Paleozoic era, from the Cambrian to the Permian period about 540-245 million years ago
Trilobites trilobites are members of the phylum Arthropoda (jointed-foot animals). Arthropods have segmented bodies and appendages covered by an exoskeleton which provides support and protection for muscles and organs
Trilobites Trilobites are ancient arthropods that lived in the oceans of the world during the Paleozoic Era (545-253 MYA). Today, trilobites are found throughout the world, with representatives on every continent
Trilobites, ammonites, and belemnites

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