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Collecting and Identification
Florida Statute sets forth the State of Florida's declared intent to protect and preserve vertebrate fossils and vertebrate paleontology sites. All vertebrate fossils found on lands owned or leased by the state belong to the state with title to the fossils vested in the Florida Museum of Natural History for the purposes of administration. Field collection of vertebrate fossils may be conducted under the authority of a permit issued by the Program of Vertebrate Paleontology in accordance with FS § and the University of Florida RULE 6C1-7.541 F.A.C. The purpose of the fossil collecting permit is not only to manage this non-renewable part of Florida's heritage, but to help paleontologists learn more about the range and distribution of the state's fossil animals.For further info and permit application please .However no permit is required when you go on a Back In Time Expedition,we have a group permit that will cover you.
PHOTOS AND DESCRIPTIONS
NOTE : The Florida Museum Of Natural History
in Gainsville offers a free fossil identification service.
Use this link to send them your photo and info....