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Field Trip To The Copper Basin Fossil Flora, Nevada: Take a virtual field trip to a 40-million-year-old fossil plant locality in northeastern Nevada; detailed text; images of fossils; on-site images.

Fossil Plants And Insects At Bull Run, Nevada: Take a virtual field trip to a 37-million-year-old fossil plant and insect locality; detailed text; images of fossils; on-site images.

The Early Cambrian Waucoba Spring Geologic Section, California: Take a virtual field trip to a world-famous Early Cambrian locality in northwestern Death Valley National Park; detailed text, with on-site image and links to images of fossils.

Fossil Insects And Vertebrates On The Mojave Desert, California: Virtual field trips to two world-famous fossil localities in the middle Miocene Barstow Formation, California; detailed text, with images of fossils and on-site photos.

Dinosaur Footprints and Trackways From the Northeastern U.S.: This webpage details footprints from the Triassic and Jurassic periods of the northeastern United States. Information includes photographs of footprints, along with information on stratigraphic horizon and correlation, age, and taxonomy.

Fossil Leaves And Seeds In West-Central Nevada: A virtual field trip to a fabulously productive Middle Miocene plant locality in Nevada, where the Middlegate Formation yields the leaves of evergreen live oaks, leaves from many species of deciduous trees and shrubs, plus winged conifer seeds.

Fossil Plants In The Dead Camel Range, Nevada: A virtual field trip to a remote Middle Miocene plant-bearing site in Nevada, where the Desert Peak Formation produces many leaves from evergreen oaks and deciduous trees and shrubs, plus winged seeds from conifers.

Bliss Dinosaur Ranch: This site showcases a large number of Cretaceous fossils (Hell Creek Formation) on a private ranch on the Montana-Wyoming border. The bones of Triceratops and pachycephalosaurs have been found, as well as numerous mammal teeth.

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