Tucson Fossil Show
2013 Arizona Mineral & Fossil Show
Official Show Dates: February 2 to February 16, 2013
Hours: 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. - No admission fee
following are the locations of the Fossil Mall friends who
will have rooms at the Tucson Fossil Show this year
(click links below or scroll down):
Black Cat Mountain
Industries Fossils Inc. Terra
Trilobites Gold Bugs
and Barb Rockers are icons of the Tucson Fossil Show.
Museums worldwide line up to see their spectacular fossils,
which lately has included some remarkable specimens from
the Kansas Chalk.
nearly 10 foot long Xiphactinus audax, a member of fishes
Order Ichthyodectiformes, will be among PaleoSearch's
featured fossils at the 2013 show. The fossil comes from
(83 million years old) Niobrara Formation/Smoky Hill
Chalk in Gove County, Kansas.
City Center Hotel (former InnSuites Hotel) , in the Copper
Ballroom (Fossil Hall), 475 N. Granada
Aaronson will be in his usual spot with his
usual array of fine fossils. He travels to Morocco
a year, returning with treasures from one of
the most fossiliferous places on earth. Especially
look for authentic
Moroccan trilobites instead of the fakery often
found from Morocco. E-mail Joe at joe at fossilsplus
dot com or call
him at 941 539 5883.
Street show Booth # F15-F16
Ast, a retired educator, is one of the most serious
western trilobite collectors in the world. The
beautiful Nevadia weeksi trilobite shown to the left
is typical of George's discoveries. E-mail him at
geeast at msn dot com or phone at 760 217 0584.
He will be in the same room as last year:
Limited, Room 137, 665 N. Freeway, Tucson, AZ.
Cat Mountain Trilobites together
is out of Delta Utah in Milliard County, Utah,
arguably the trilobite capital of America's most
state. She runs the New Dig Inc. self dig site
there, hosts tours and high-end digs, and is a
member of Fossil
s Cat in New Dig Quarry
in her New Dig Quarry
City Center Hotel (former InnSuites Hotel) , in
the Copper Ballroom (Fossil Hall), 475 N. Granada
by Markus Martin, features trilobites with legs
and antennae from New York. These famous trilobites,
and other fossils, have been preserved in
pyrite or ‘fool’s
gold’, which enabled soft tissue fossilization.
City Center Hotel (former InnSuites Hotel) , suites