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List of fossils in Kumamoto prefecture

A list of fossils reported from Kumamoto prefecture, Kyushu region, Kyushu island, Japan.

Photographs of outcrops and fossils in Kumamoto prefecture

Paleozoic
Bivalvia
Shikamaia sp.
Crinoids
Fusulinds
Neoshwagerina sp.
Yabeina sp.
Silurian (443.4-419.2 Ma)
Brachiopoda
Lingula sp.
Corals
Favosites sp.
Halysites sp.
Heliolites sp.
Stromatoporoids
Stromatopora sp.
Triassic (252.17-201.3 Ma)
Bivalvia
Monotis sp.
Megalodon sp.
Fusulinids
Jurassic (201.3-145.0 Ma)
Gastropoda
Nerinea sp.
Corals
Sponges
Calcareous algae
Cretaceous (145.0-66.0 Ma)
Dinosaurs
Carnivorous dinosarus
Herbivorous dinosarus (Bones)
suborder Theropoda
Therizinosaurus sp., (Skulls)
Reptiles
order Testudines
Sharks (Teeth)
Ammonoids
Cymatoceras sp.
Eupachydiscus sp.
Eupachydiscus haradai (Jimbo)
Gaudryceras sp.
Polyptychoceras sp.
Protexanites fukazawai (Yabe and Shimizu)
Bivalvia
Acila sp.
Apiotrigonia miner (Yabe and Nagao)
Apiotrigonia obliquecostata Nagao
Glycymeris amakusensis Nagao
Inoceramus amakusensis
Inoceramus (Platyceramus) higoensis
Inoceramus japonicus Nagao and Matsumoto
Nanonavis sp.
Propeamusium sp.
Pterotrigonia pustulosa
Trigonioides (Kumamotoa) mifunensis Tamura
Plants (Leaves)
Corals
Trace fossils
Footprints (suborder Theropoda)
Eocene (56.0-39.0 Ma)
Mammals
Coryphodon sp.
Bivalvia
Crassatellites sp.
Venericardia nipponia (Yokoyama)
Gastropoda
Perotrochus eocinicus
Plants
Taxodium sequoianum Gothan
Foraminifera
Nummulites sp.
Pliocene (5.33-2.58 Ma)
Plants
Acer mono Maxim., (Leaves)
Actinodaphne lancifolia (Seib. et Zucc) Meisn
Cinnamomum campora (Linn.) Seibold
Fagus crenata Blume, (Leaves)
Liquidombar styraciflua L., (Leaves)
Quercus salicina Blume
Quercus serrata, (Leaves)
Pliocene-Pleistocene
Plants
Metasequoia sp.
Quercus dentata, (Leaves)
Tsuga sp., (Leaves)
Diatoms
Pleistocene (2.58- 0.01Ma)
Shellfishes
Plants
Acer sp., (Leaves, Trunks, Cones)
Alnus sp., (Pollen)
Juglans mandshurica var. sachalinensis, (Cones)
Picea sp., (Pollen)
Pinus sp.
Quercus sp., (Leaves, Trunks, Cones)
family Taxodiaceae, (Pollen)
Trapa sp., (Seeds)