A Field Guide to Fossils of Texas
A Field Guide to Fossils of Texas is the only definitive guide that presents a collection of the state's most common fossils and also shows the most important, noteworthy, and unusual specimens.
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Adkins Ambulacral areas ammonites aperture Austin group Baylor Univ beak Boese brachiopods C. D. Homan calyx ceous Color Photo Compare to Photo Conrad coral Cragin crinoid Dallas Museum deﬁnite Denton Eagle Ford Eagle Ford gr Eagle Ford group echinoids edge Eocene Eocene epoch ﬁnd ﬁne ﬁve ﬂat ﬂattened fossil Frank Fredericksburg Fredericksburg division genus geologic Glen Rose formation Grayson identiﬁcation John Moody lobes Lower Cretaceous period Macraster Mary medium-sized microfossils mosasaur Museum of Natural Natural History Navarro group Ornament Paleocene epoch Paleozoic Palo Pinto Peak fm Pennsylvanian period periproct peristome Permian Permian period pygidium radiating rear ribs ridges Roemer rounded seed fern shape shell Shumard side similar slightly snail species specimens spines spire Stephen Crane suture Taylor gr teeth texana Texas at Austin Texas Memorial Museum Text illustration tooth trilobites tubercles University of Texas Upper Cretaceous period urchins valve vertebrae Washita division Weno whorl