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The Complete Guide to Michigan Fossils

Joseph J. Kchodl
The number-one guide to information on Michigan fossils


Joseph Kchodl—aka "Paleo Joe"—has been hunting fossils in Michigan and throughout the country with the world's leading paleontologists. Now he shares his knowledge of Michigan fossils in this wonderful new book.

The Complete Guide to Michigan Fossils is the third in the Complete Guide to Michigan series of books on natural treasures found in the state of Michigan. The book starts with a clearly written section that introduces the numerous fossils of Michigan. It includes a helpful photographic identification guide and reveals all the fossil sites found throughout the state.

Joseph J. Kchodl is a guest teacher at elementary and middle schools and libraries throughout the state, where he gives over 50 seminars to schools in Michigan every year. He is an avid collector of fossils, with a specialty in trilobites. Kchodl has published several articles in the Mid American Paleontology Society Digest. This is his first book. He lives in Midland, Michigan.

Product Details

  • 112 pages.
  • 60 B&W photographs.
Available for sale worldwide

  • Ebook
  • 2009
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  • 978-0-472-02183-3

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  • Paleozoic Era, Pleistocene Era, Corals, Echinoderms, Bryozoans, Brachiopods, Gastropods, Cephalopods, Trilobites, Mammoths, Mastodons


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