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Use the following links to explore fossils and related topics. Each website will open as a separate window.

A Guide to the Orders of Trilobites

Bonsai

Charles Darwin Online

Devonian Times

Dry Dredgers

Earthtime

Explorations Through Time

Fossils, Rocks & Time: USGS

Fossil Fish of Bear Gulch

GB3D Type Fossils
High resolution photographs and
digital models of British type fossils

Geosource
Great Place to Buy Fossil Specimens

Hans' Paleobotany Pages

InsideWood Database

Links for Palaeobotanists

Mazon Creek Fossils

Mills Geological
High-quality, identified petrified wood and plant fossils
from around the world.

MIRACLE

Nebraska County Fossils

Palaeos

PALEOMAP Project

Petrified Wood: Site Dedicated to Tree-like Plants
Excellent petrified wood specimens and very informative!

Plant Fossils of West Virginia

Silesian Petrified Wood

Science Olympiad

State Fossils

Sticks and Stones Lapidary

Stonefish
Petrified Wood Tables & More!

The Paleontology Portal

Puijila: A Prehistoric Walking Seal

The Talk Origins Archive

The Virtual Fossil Museum

Tiktaalik roseae

Tom Wolfe Lapidary

Tree of Life

UCMP Berkeley

Understanding Science: How Science Really Works is a project of the University of California Museum of Paleontology. This site is an excellent resource for teachers and students.

University of Bristol

University of Nebraska State Museum

Valdosta State University's Virtual Museum of Fossils

The Virtual Apple Parer Museum
This site has information on the evolution of the sweet apple.

Western Colorado Publishing
Books for the Serious Fossil Wood Collector

Wolfgang Putz: My Fossil Wood Collection
Explore images of over 1500 museum quality
fossil wood specimens from around the world!

The Wood Database

Wood and Charcoal Identification


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