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Inyo1

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Rather recently, I uploaded a paleobotany-related fossils page to http://inyo3.coffeecup.com/auriferousgravels/auriferousgravels.html .

It's called Fossil Plants At The Chalk Bluff Hydralic Gold Mine, California--a field trip to a world-famous middle Eocene fossil plant locality exposed at an abandoned hydraulic gold mine (operated from the late 1850s to 1884) in the western foothills of California's Sierra Nevada. Includes: detailed text; photographs of fossil leaves and petrified wood, and on-site images, as well.

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