This website contains images of fossils found on our property in Hood Co., TX and other counties in Texas. We have found many interesting fossils, and hope you find them interesting as well. In Hood County, Tarrant Co., Denton Co., Kerr Co., Travis Co., and Dallas Co., the formations are Lower Cretaceous, being about 100MYA. In other counties the formations are Pennsylvanian and are about 300MYA. There are specimens from Hood Co., Jack Co., Wise Co., Dallas Co., Tarrant Co., Denton Co., Palo Pinto Co, Grayson Co, Fannin Co., Kerr Co., and Travis Co., TX.
We found ammonites (shown at left), straight cephalopod fossils, gastropod fossils (snails), bi-valve (clam, brachiopod, and scallop) fossils, oyster fossils, urchin fossils, turtles, and plant life, as well as an abundance of petrified wood on the property in Hood County, TX. Below, click on a category to view images of some of the fossils we have found. You can hover over images to gain a more complete description of the fossil.
If you have information on any of these fossils, or can identify more fully any of these photos, please contact me by clicking the contact us link above. In addition, check out the various links to other sites that contain information about fossils in north Texas. We welcome your thoughts and comments about our site, and hope this site is educational and interesting for you.
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