Fossil Identification Sheets - New York, Maryland, Virginia, New Jersey, North Carolina. Printable Fossil Identification Guides

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Printable Fossil Identification Guide Sheets

Below are printable fossil identification guide sheets in PDF and JPG format. These are ideal to take fossil hunting with you if you are new to fossils, or taking new people or children with you when you travel to the outdoor fossil sites. They are designed to be easily printed.
Simply click on the corresponding images and save the .PFD or print.

If you don't see the fossil identification guide you are looking for, try looking at the Fossil Hunting Sites. Each fossil hunting location has an online identification area.

.PDF FOssil identification sheet of common Devonian fossils of New York Common Devonian Fossils of Western New York: This fossil identification sheet is ideal for collecting in the Devonian outcrops of Western New York.

There are 3 I.D. sheet options for download:
Color .PDF Black and White .PDF High Res Color .JPG

To go to the Western New York Location Page of this website click here

or
View the Online New York Fossil Identification Guide Here
.PDF fossil identification sheet of common vertebrate Miocene fossils of Maryland Common Miocene Vertebrate Fossils of Maryland: This fossil identification sheet is ideal for identifying vertebrate fossils from the Calvert Cliff area of Maryland and the Horsehead Cliffs of Virginia. It's good for fossil shark teeth identification in this area.

To go to the Calvert Cliff Location Page of this website click here

or
View the Online Maryland Fossil Vertebrate Identification Guide Here
.PDF fossil identification sheet of common invertebrate Miocene fossils of Maryland Common Miocene Invertebrate Fossils of Maryland: This fossil identification sheet is ideal for the invertebrate (i.e. shells) fossils of the Calvert Cliff area of Maryland and the Horsehead Cliffs of Virginia. Although there are hundreds of different species of fossil sea shells, this I.D. sheet has the most commmon fossil shells I encounter while fossil collecting.

To go to the Calvert Cliff Location Page of this website click here

or
View the Online Maryland Fossil Shell Identification Guide Here
.PDF fossil identification sheet of common Paleocene fossils of Maryland Common Paleocene Fossils of Maryland: This fossil identification sheet is ideal for the Paleocene outcroppings along the Potomac River in Maryland and Virginia. It's good for fossil shark tooth identification in this area.

To go to the Potomac River Location Page of this website click here

or
View the Online Potomac River Fossil Identification Guide Here
.PDF FOssil identification sheet of common Miocene and Pliocene fossils of North Carolina Common Miocene and Pliocene Fossils of North Carolina: This fossil identification sheet is ideal for collecting the spoil pile in front of the Aurora Fossil Museum in Aurora, North Carolina. It's good for fossil shark tooth identification in this area.

To go to the North Carolina Location Page of this website click here

or
View the Online North Carolina Fossil Identification Guide Here
.PDF FOssil identification sheet of common Cretaceous fossils of New Jersey Common Cretaceous Fossils of New Jersey: This fossil identification sheet is ideal for collecting at Big Brook in Monmouth County, New Jersey, and nearby places.

To go to the New Jersey Location Page of this website click here

or
View the Online New Jersey Fossil Identification Guide Here