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Scallop Shell Fossils
Castaic, California

Conglomerate with fossilized scallop shells, 4 to 5 inches in diameter. Located at the head of the Castaic Valley at the confluence of Fish Creek and Castaic Creek, on what was the Naylor Ranch from the 1910s to the early 1930s.


LW0060: Digital image by Leon Worden, 2000.
FOSSILS

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Tick Canyon Camel (Maxson 1928)

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Sand Canyon Whale

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Canyon Country Oreodonts (Whistler 1967)

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Newhall Ranch Bivalve

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Sand Canyon Marine Fossils x3

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Fish Canyon Scallops

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Marine Fossils, Newhall Creek x7

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Pico Canyon x2

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Marine Fossils,
Towsley Canyon x12

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