The Plaster Jacket Series
The purpose of the Plaster Jacket is to aid in fossil identification and it was a place for paleontologists to preserve unusual and interesting specimens. More editions will be added as they are scanned.
- Plaster Jacket Number 11 – September 1969 (pdf – 1.8 MB) Fossil Land Carnivores of Florida
- Plaster Jacket Number 12 – November 1969 (pdf – 697 KB) Fossil Bison from Florida
- Plaster Jacket Number 28 – July 1978 (pdf – 382 KB) – The Monkey Jungle, A Late Pleistocene Fossil Site in Southern Florida
FLORIDA FOSSIL INVERTEBRATES
Florida Fossil Invertebrates is a publication of the Florida Paleontological Society, Inc., and is intended as a guide for identification of the many common invertebrate fossils found within the state. Each part deals with a specific taxonomic group and contains a brief discussion of that group’s life history (based on modern analogs) along with the pertinent geological setting. This series deals solely with published taxa; no new species descriptions are included. Some of the specimens figured in this series are on display at Powell Hall, the museum’s Exhibit and Education Center. This publication is only made possible through the generous financial support of James and Lori Toomey.
- Florida Fossil Invertebrates 13 (pdf) – Mollusca, Bermont Formation (Middle Pleistocene)