This category is for website dealing with the study of amber. Sites offering amber products for sale should be submitted to:
Any website dealing with life in the Mesozoic may be submitted to this category, but websites dealing with specific fossil Mesozoic taxa should be submitted to the appropriate vertebrate, invertebrate, plant, or microfossil category instead. Websites about specific fossil localties should be submitted to the appropriate category in:The study of paleontology can be broken down in a number of ways. One way to study past life is to examine specific intervals of the earth's past. This category is for any website that deals with the study of these intervals.
Needs to be own subcategory - otherwise confused with true databases. Any reference collection (taxonomic or paleoecologic) with more than 50 references can be submitted.Online paleontology databases are the newest way to share paleontological information. Included in this category are a variety of databases dealing with the taxonomy, ecology, and geological ranges of ancient organisms.
Please try to find the most appropriate place to submit your site there.This category is for professional and amateur paleontological organizations which do not themselves conduct scientific research but aim to spread information about such research. They organize meetings, publish journals and provide research grants for scientists in the field.
Sites in languages other than English should be submitted to the appropriate category of World
Please submit in the form:This category is for websites dealing with specific professional paleontologists.
Title: Last Name, First and Middle Initial
Description: Major field of study, professional affiliation.
Only sites offering supplies, equipment, specimens, or models for professional use will be listed in this category. Sites selling fossils to collectors or for jewelry are listed in Shopping/ categories that are linked from this category.Websites offering paleontological supplies, equipment, models, and specimens.
Please submit your website to the appropriate subcategories if your website deals with a specific continent, country, province, or state.This category is for any website which deals with fossils or paleontology of a specific area or region.
Submissions to this category should relate to the early tetrapod animals of the Devonian and Mississippian periods.Vertebrate paleontology is the study of ancient animals with backbones: fish, amphibians, reptiles, mammals, birds.
Sites dealing with the tetrapods of later periods should be submitted to those categories, such as:
Science: Earth Sciences: Paleontology: By Geological Interval: Paleozoic: Permian