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Identification Statistics > State fossil > Binomial nomenclature (most recent) by state

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States (A to Z) Description
Alabama Basilosaurus cetoides
Alaska Mammuthus primigenius
Arizona Araucarioxylon arizonicum
California Smilodon fatalis
Colorado Stegosaurus stenops
Connecticut Eubrontes giganteus
Delaware Belemnitella americana
District of Columbia nomen nudum only
Florida Cnidaria, Anthozoa
Georgia undetermined
Idaho Equus simplicidens
Illinois Tullimonstrum gregarium
Indiana Megalonyx jeffersonii
Kentucky undetermined
Louisiana Palmoxylon
Maine Pertica quadrifaria
Maryland Ecphora gardnerae
Massachusetts undetermined
Michigan Mammut americanum
Minnesota Castoroides ohioensis
Mississippi Basilosaurus cetoides
Zygorhiza kochii
Missouri Delocrinus missouriensis
Montana Maiasaura peeblesorum
Nebraska Mammuthus primigenius
Mammuthus columbi
Mammuthus imperator
Nevada Shonisaurus popularis
New Jersey Hadrosaurus foulkii
New Mexico Coelophysis bauri
New York Eurypterus remipes
North Dakota Teredo petrified wood
Ohio Isotelus maximus
Oklahoma Saurophaganax maximus
Oregon Metasequoia
Pennsylvania Phacops rana
South Dakota Triceratops horridus
Tennessee Pterotrigonia thoracica
Texas Pleurocoelus nanus
Utah Allosaurus fragilis
Vermont Delphinapterus leucas
Virginia Chesapecten jeffersonius
Washington Mammuthus columbi
West Virginia Megalonyx jeffersonii
Wisconsin Calymene celebra
Wyoming Knightia

SOURCE: Wikipedia: List of U.S. state fossils

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