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  • The Paleobiology Database: A global, collection-based occurrence and taxonomic database for marine and terrestrial animals and plants of any geological age, as well as web-based software for statistical analysis of the data.
  • Alaska Paleontological Database: A searchable fossil database containing published and unpublished fossil records and locality information for the state of Alaska.
  • Austrofossil: Searchable database on fossils from Austria.
  • BUGS: A database of British Coleoptera (Arthropoda: Insecta), including information on habitat, distribution, and fossil occurrence, along with their bibliographic references. Database available for download in Microsoft Access format.
  • Fossil Record 2: Family level searchable database of fossil organisms. Create your own diversity plots of different groups.
  • Fossils: An Illustrated Database on French Tertiary Fossils: A scientific collection database of Paleogene (Tertiary) shells, mostly from the Paris basin, with taxonomy and bibliography of all included species.
  • Goniat: Paleozoic ammonoid database system, Tübingen University, Germany.
  • Neogene Marine Biota of Tropical America: Online biotic database containing images and data for taxa used in analyses of Tropical American biodiversity over the past 25 million years.
  • Neptune: Neptune is a relational database part of CHRONOS Network. It contains fossil marine plankton records and chronostratigraphy from Deep Sea Drilling Research (DSDP) and Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) sites.
  • PaleoBank: A relational database for fossils being built at the University of Kansas.
  • PaleoBase On-Line: Databases intended to provide authoritative references for common and stratigraphically important invertebrate macrofossils.
  • Trace Fossil Image Database: Pictures of ichofossils from Anthony Martin at Emory.
  • fosFARbase: A relational database of lower vertebrates (fish, amphibians, and reptiles) from the Neogene of Eurasia.

 

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