Fossil Treasures of the Anza-Borrego Desert
Easy Field Guide to Invertebrate Fossils of California
Copyright © 2001 Ed DeRouin All Rights Reserved
IdentifyFossils California Links
Here are some links that may be useful to you. Most are paleontology-related,
but a few are on other subjects I enjoy. These are listed separately, for your convenience.
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Fossil/Paleontology Related Sites
Fossils From The Kettleman Hills, California
Pliocene fossils found in the Kettleman Hills, roughly 80 miles northwest of Bakersfield.
Sailor Flat Paleobotany
A Paleobotanical Visit To The Sailor Flat Hydraulic Gold Mine.
San Diego Natural History Museum The Museum's Department of Paleontology
conducts biodiversity related research, and holds significant collections
of specimens from southern California and Baja California dating back to the 1880s.
Rich's Photo Albums
Photographs of fossils, cacti and succulents, and a variety of other subjects. Updated daily.
Fossils of the Late Miocene
Fossil pictures of animals native to the Santa Cruz area during the
time that the Santa Margarita Sandstone layer was laid down.
Page Museum La Brea Tar Pits
Page Museum at the Rancho La Brea Tar Pits - Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.
Geology of the Santa Clarita Valley
Explanation of the Geology of the Santa Clarita Valley, including a geological
description of each city including Acton and Agua Dulce.
Southern California Paleontological Society
A non-profit organization which pledges itself to work in cooperation with
scientific institutions and for the preservation of the fossil record.
Participation is invited in the program to collect, preserve, and study
Lower Cambrian Trilobites from the Inyo-White Mountains, Eastern California
University of California White Mountain Research Station (WMRS) website
concerning early Paleozoic arthropods affectionately known as Trilobites.
An extensive digital archive of specimens can be viewed.
Other Interesting Sites
The finest Bass Fishing site on the web. I should know; I wrote it! Take a break from cleaning fossils and do some bass fishing!