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"Cardium" craticuloide, articulated specimen Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Eastover Formation.
Abdouina sp., tooth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Tupelo Bay Formation.
Abdounia enniskilleni, 10 teeth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Clinchfield Formation.
Abdounia enniskilleni, 20 teeth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Clinchfield Formation.
Abdounia enniskilleni, 22 isolated teeth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Clinchfield Formation.
Abdounia enniskilleni, 22 teeth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Clinchfield Formation.
Abdounia enniskilleni, 22 teeth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Clinchfield Formation.
Abdounia enniskilleni, 35 isolated teeth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Clinchfield Formation.
Abdounia enniskilleni, anterior tooth and lateral tooth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Clinchfield Formation.
Abdounia enniskilleni, five teeth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Tupelo Bay Formation.
Abdounia enniskilleni, nine isolated teeth from different jaw positions Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Clinchfield Formation.
Abdounia enniskilleni, one tooth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Clinchfield Formation.
Abdounia enniskilleni, three teeth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Clinchfield Formation.
Abdounia enniskilleni, three teeth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Harleyville Formation.
Abdounia enniskilleni, tooth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Harleyville Formation.
Abdounia enniskilleni, tooth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Harleyville Formation.
Abdounia enniskilleni, tooth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Harleyville Formation.
Abdounia enniskilleni, two islolated anterior teeth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Clinchfield Formation.
Abdounia enniskilleni, two teeth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Harleyville Formation.
Abdounia recticona, tooth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Tupelo Bay Formation.
Abdounia recticona, tooth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Tupelo Bay Formation.
Abdounia recticona, tooth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Tupelo Bay Formation.
Acteocina candei, 134 tiny shells and fragments Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Raysor Marl.
Acteon sp., three tiny shells Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Raysor Marl.
Adeorbis supranitidus, four shells Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Raysor Marl.
Aequipecten sp., five valves Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Tupelo Bay Formation.
Aesopus garderae, three shells Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Raysor Marl.
Aetobatis sp., fragments of two fused teeth (x4) Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Bone Valley Deposits.
Aetobatis sp., portions of two lower teeth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Coastal plain deposits.
Agaronia alabamensis, steinkern Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Santee Limestone.
Agaronia alabamensis, steinkern Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Santee Limestone.
Agaronia sp., partial steinkern Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Santee Limestone.
Agaronia sp., two incomplete steinkerns Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Santee Limestone.
Agassizia inflata, test Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Santee Limestone.
Agoniatites sp. Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Tindouf Basin
Agoniatites venuxemi, nearly complete ammonoid Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Mahantango.
Albula oweni, one tooth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Clinchfield Formation.
Alewife floater mussel (Anodonta implicata) Bob Campbell Geology Museum Modern; Donated: E. Halpen.
Aligena aequata, isolated valves and articulated specimens Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Eastover Formation.
Alligator mississppiensis, one tooth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Bone Valley Deposits.
Alligator mississppiensis, three teeth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Bone Valley Deposits.
Alokistocare sp., cephala dorsal view Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Conasauga Formation.
Alokistocare sp., complete ecoskeleton in dorsal view Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Conasauga Formation.
Alokistocare sp., complete exoskeleton Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Conasauga Formation.
Alokistocare sp., complete exoskeleton Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Conasauga Formation.
Alokistocare sp., complete exoskeleton in dorsal view Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Conasauga Formation.
Alokistocare sp., complete exoskeleton in dorsal view Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Conasauga Formation.
Alokistocare sp., complete exoskeleton in dorsal view Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Conasauga Formation.
Alokistocare sp., complete exoskeleton in dorsal view Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Conasauga Formation.
Alokistocare sp., complete exoskeleton in dorsal view Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Conasauga Formation.
Alokistocare sp., exoskeleton Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Conasauga Formation.
Alokistocare sp., exoskeleton in dorsal view Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Conasauga Formation.
Alokistocare sp., exoskeleton in dorsal view Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Conasauga Formation.
Alokistocare sp., exoskeleton in dorsal view Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Conasauga Formation.
Alokistocare sp., exoskeleton in dorsal view Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Conasauga Formation.
Alokistocare sp., exoskeleton in dorsal view Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Conasauga Formation.
Alokistocare sp., exoskeletons in ventral view Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Conasauga Formation.
Alokistocare sp., partial cephala Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Conasauga Formation.
Alopias grandis, two incomplete teeth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Coastal plain deposits.
Alopias sp., tooth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Harleyville Formation.
Alopias sp., two teeth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Tupelo Bay Formation.
Alopias sp., two tooth crowns Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Harleyville Formation.
Ambonychia sp., limestone with impression/ mussel shell Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: McMillan Formation.
Ammonite (Agoniatites sp.) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 350 million years old; Donated: H. Abercrombie.
Ammonite (Alligaticeras sp.) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 180 million years old; Donated: H. Abercrombie.
Ammonite (Arietites bucklandi) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 190 million years old; Formation: Lias Formation.
Ammonite (Asteroceras obtusum) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 190 million years old.
Ammonite (Asteroceras stellare) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 200 million years old; Formation: Frodingham Ironstone; Donated: H. Abercrombie.
Ammonite (Conlinoceras tarrantense) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 95 million years old; Formation: Woodbine Formation; Donated: Shawn Hamm.
Ammonite (Dactylioceras commune) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 190 million years old; Formation: Witby Mudstone; Donated: H. Abercrombie.
Ammonite (Dactylioceras sp.) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 180 million years old; Formation: Upper Lias Clay; Donated: Kermit Watson.
Ammonite (Desmoceras sp.) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 110 million years old; Donated: H. Abercrombie.
Ammonite (Didymoceras sp.) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 73 million years old; Formation: Pierre Shale.
Ammonite (Eopachydiscus marcianus) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 100 million years old; Formation: Duck Creek Limestone; Donated: Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Gosnell.
Ammonite (Hamites maximus) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 100 million years old; Formation: Gault Clay Formation.
Ammonite (Mortaniceras equidistans) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 100 million years old; Formation: Duck Creek Limestone; Donated: Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Gosnell.
Ammonite (Placenticeras sp.) Bob Campbell Geology Museum Donated: A.D. Boone.
Ammonite (Placenticeras sp.) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 70 million years old; Formation: Bearpaw Shale.
Ammonite (Pleuroceras spinatum) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 180 million years; Formation: Lias Formation; Donated: H. Abercrombie.
Ammonite (Rhaeboceras sp.) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 69 million years old; Formation: Bearpaw Shale.
Ammonite (Sphenodiscus lenticularis) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 67 million years old; Formation: Fox Hills Sandstone.
Ammonite (Trilacinoceras humanese) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 450 million years old; Formation: La et Tsi; Donated: H. Abercrombie.
Amphibian (Branchiosaurus petrolei) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 288 million years old; Formation: Odernheim Schichten; Donated: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campell.
Amphibian (Branchiosaurus petrolei) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 288 million years old; Formation: Odernheim Schichten; Donated: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campell.
Amusium ocalanum, single left valve embedded in matrix Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Ocala Limestone.
Anadara staminaea, six left valves, four right valves Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Eastover Formation.
Ancient Bison (Bison antiquus) astragalus (ankle bone) Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Coastal plain deposits.
Ancient camel (Poebrotherium sp.) partial skeleton Bob Campbell Geology Museum 31 - 38 million years old; Formation: White River Formation.
Ancient oyster (Rastellum carinatum) Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Maeverano Formation.
Ancient shark (Carcharocles auriculatus) teeth Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Phosphate Beds.
Andara lienosa, one right valve Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Raysor Marl.
Angel wing clam (Cyrtopleura costata) Bob Campbell Geology Museum Modern; Donated: Z. Zuber.
Anguid lizard (Peltosaurus sp.) Bob Campbell Geology Museum 30 million years old; Formation: White River Formation.
Anisoclonta carolina, 23 small valves Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Raysor Marl.
Anomia argentaria, shell matrix Bob Campbell Geology Museum Formation: Peedee Formation.