the public fossil   collection

Fossil specimens donated by Loyce Youngblood to the

 Laurence Youngblood Energy Library

 University of Oklahoma

Large Ammonite Fossil   (Coahuila, Mexico)

   Large Sabal Palm Frond        (Wyoming)

Energy Library Fossils:

Energy Library Minerals:

Youngblood - Library Story

       

   Youngblood Library Link     (Oklahoma. University Libraries System)

Fossils Photo Gallery...  Youngblood Energy Library

  

 Ammonite-Large    with nautiloid  Cretaceous (Mexico)

Large Sabal Palm Frond    (with fossil fish)                    

   

 Eocene Epoc

 (Wyoming)

 

 

 

 

Carboniferous  Plants Slab

Pennsylvanian (PA)

 

Crinoid "Sea Lily"   Lower Jurassic (Germany)

 Note: The crinoid above was not donated. It was  on loan to the Laurence Youngblood Energy Library at time of  Loyce Youngblood's  death. OU purchased it from the Youngblood Estate for the geological library.

Visit these fossils on pages 6 to 12.

 

 Ammonite "Prize"   Late Cretaceous   (Mexico)

 

 

Cephalopods Slab

Large slab of Ammonites with straight Nautiloids  

   Late Devonian    (Morocco)

Fossiliferous Limestone Walls     Lower Cretaceous (Texas)

Library  Minerals: 

See Giant 4-foot   Selenite Crystals     (Mexico)

Quartz Monzonite  (Quebec, Canada)

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the private fossil collection

Personal fossils from the  residence and estate of  

Loyce Youngblood

Large Sabal Palm Frond overlaying apparent fish  Green River Formation (Wyoming)

 Multiple-Calyx Crinoid   with nine "Sea Lilies"  (Germany)

Single-Calyx Crinoid   "Sea Lily" marine animal    (Purchased from Estate by OU) (Germany)

      Loyce and Laurence:      The Youngblood Story

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For information contact:     David Wallace    davidwallace333@att.net      (405) 974-9759